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Lost Faces of the Bible

The Lost Faces of the Bible, a four-part documentary series, blends myth-busting archaeology with dramatic recreations and forensic investigation. Having been granted unprecedented access to four ancient skulls from the Holy Land, each episode seeks to accurately reconstruct a famous face. Travelling across the globe, archaeologists and scholars separate fact from myth, while a team of forensic anthropologists and artists put flesh on bone, using both traditional and state-of-the-art methods of facial reconstruction.


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.


Goldfathers
Nat Geo,

2012

| Reality

This past summer in Alaska, three gold mining "families" battled nature, machines and each other in a brutal race against time to get as much gold from the ground as possible before the icy, frost of winter returned to shut them down.


Stranger Than Nature

Various weather, geological, and animal phenomena are discussed and analyzed to try and uncover the mystery behind them.


Atlantis Rising

James Cameron and Simcha Jacobovici go on an adventure to find the lost city of Atlantis by using Greek philosopher Plato as a virtual treasure map.


Invisible Nature

This mini-series uses electronic microscopy to reveal the hidden activity allowing plants to do things all around us without being noticed.


National Geographic Specials

Specials that cover a wide range of topics such as historical figures, events, places, and more.


Blowdown

A family of demolition experts travels the world blowing down structures built to withstand time, gravity and natural disasters. As much an art as a science, every job poses unique and complex challenges, requiring the Loizeaux family to rewrite the rulebook each time.


Salvage Code Red

In National Geographic Channel's Salvage Code Red, salvors race against time to rescue stricken ships, their cargo and crew, and prevent environmental disaster. Divers venture with helmet cameras inside sunken vessels to capture gripping footage of abandoned behemoths. The series takes viewers inside the bowels of a burning ship while intricate CGI illustrates the immense challenges, and some innovative solutions, in hauling and repairing a sinking vessel.


Total Riff Off
Nat Geo,

2014

| Comedy

On April 1st, the guys from "Mystery Science Theater 3000" and RiffTrax are adding their very own commentary to classic National Geographic Channel programs, featuring excerpts from "Honey Badgers," "Unlikely Animal Friends," "Man v. Monster," "Swamp Men," "Alpha Dogs," and more!