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Bloody Tales of the Tower of London

The terrible cries of tortured traitors have given the Tower of London a particularly grisly place in the history of the capital of England. Brave a trip to the Tower with investigator Joe Crowley and Tudor historian Dr Suzannah Lipscomb, as this gruesome series explores its infamous blood-spattered past.


History's Secrets

Mysterious events, compelling figures and great unanswered questions from the past are explored. Most historians have reached a consensus about the way major world events played out. Yet decades after the fact, certain stories remain touched by an air of uncertainty. Investigate the truth behind some of history's greatest events and most iconic people. Discover new clues about the reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes; the CIA's top-secret experiments; the Unabomber and; little known stories from NASA's Apollo missions.


Knights of Mayhem

This show is the National Geographic series which looks at an interesting sport derived from medieval times. These athletes compete in professional jousting, the next extreme sport that is set to sweep the globe. Join these modern Lancelots as they don over a hundred pounds of armor, saddle up their horses and charge at their opponents.


Are You Tougher Than a Boy Scout?

An exciting yet moving, reality competition series wherein 6 elite Boy Scouts will compete against different adult men in a variety of scout-based challenges. Over a course of three days and two nights, the scouts will compete and judge the adults in adventurous challenges.


The Monster Project

A documentary series exploring various urban myths revolving around monsters.


You Can't Lick Your Elbow

You Can't Lick Your Elbow is a guide to the weird, clever, and amazing things you can-and sometimes can't-do with the human body. We'll show you how to hack into your own physiology to maximize and alter your body's responses to all kinds of situations. Join host and NFL analyst Tony Gonzalez as he takes you on a tour of the high-tech machine you carry around 24/7.


Positive Energy

In this series Dallas Campbell and Kari Byron travel the globe meeting the innovators that are creating new ways to power our world into the future. The world faces a huge challenge - we are used to energy at the flick of a switch, fast cars and cheap, fast transport; but how do we meet our needs without damaging the planet? Our hosts will reveal visionary large and small-scale projects across the world and help create a new energy installation.


Japan: Between Earth And Sky

This three 52-minute films series, Japan between sky and earth, takes us on a journey of discovery though a wild and little-known Japan filmed and showed as never before with 4K images and spectacular aerial shots. The three films, from north to south, shot on 4 seasons, reveal the mystery of some the most beautiful sites in the country, the great spectacle of nature and the subtle balance that prevails in Japan between tradition and modernity.


Wild Galapagos

Galapagos, an archipelago formed by the ungovernable power of the elements. A paradise, dependent completely on the mercy of the currents, undergoes constant transformations, which grant the survival of all animals on land and in the water. Take a closer look at the most famous islands in the world! Be prepared to see Galapagos like you have never seen it before and you'll be up for a surprise!


Expedition Great White

National Geographic joins a crew of world class anglers and scientists for a remarkable expedition to study the largest predatory fish on earth. It's unlike any other catch ever attempted – monster great white sharks are hauled out of the water for unprecedented up-close encounters.