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Sand MastersSand Masters

An incredible team of six artists travel across the globe to create unimaginable, massive masterpieces made from sand.


The French Revolution: Tearing Up HistoryThe French Revolution: Tearing Up History

Dr Richard Clay tells the story of the French revolution through the art that was produced from the country at the time.


Street Food Around The WorldStreet Food Around The World

Street Food Around the World, is a factual entertainment television series hosted by actor Ishai Golan ('Uri' from 'Prisoners of War,' the series that served as the inspiration for the hit American series 'Homeland'). The series is produced by Ananey Communications and is aired worldwide on networks such as National Geographic Asia and Discovery Latin America. The third season is currently in development. In every episode, host Ishai Golan explores the origins and recipes of the most savory and surprising local dishes around the world. Ishai travels to a different city and in the time span of 24 hours; he meets with the locals and must eat whatever they eat. The series takes the viewers on an exciting journey to discover the culinary gems of food stalls, colorful food markets and popular local restaurants, which draw hundreds of passers-by every day.


This Is Brazil!This Is Brazil!

The show takes a look at the vibrant colour and culture of the 12 Brazilian capital cities that will play host to this year's World Cup.


James Martin's Islands to HighlandsJames Martin's Islands to Highlands

James Martin sets off on his foodie travels across the UK. Each day James will be accompanied by a top chef.


Triple RushTriple Rush

Triple Rush gives you an insider's look at the chaotic workings of 3 different NYC courier companies as they battle for survival in this intensely competitive industry.


Great Antiques Map of BritainGreat Antiques Map of Britain

Tim Wonnacott travels around the country to discover the people, places, antiquities and collectibles that reveal more about the social histories of Britain.


Restoring England's HeritageRestoring England's Heritage

Our buildings tell the story of the places where we live, and how they were shaped by the people who came before us. How they worked, played and what they fought for and what they believed in. But as time passes and fashions change, many of the buildings we once loved and valued are forgotten and left to fall into rack and ruin. Unless someone comes along with a dream to save them. But in an age of tight budgets and stretched priorities, which buildings should we save, and which should be put out of their misery? A look at England's endangered historic buildings, with each programme focused on a different region and presented by a different local talent.


Wildest Latin AmericaWildest Latin America

Trek across the mountainous peaks and volcanic slopes of the Andes; explore the windswept plains of the Patagonian wilderness; journey into the teeming forests of the Amazon, and wade through the giant swamps of Venezuela, as this beautiful five- part series celebrates the region's most iconic and dramatic locations. Combining the extraordinary stories of the animals and people, each episode explores the latest revelations about life in this land of extremes. From army ants to armadillos, jaguars to giant otters, find out how each species has developed unique ways to stay alive. Through ingenuity and determination, people have also found ways to make the most of what the continent has to offer. uncover the vital skills, incredible lifestyles and ancient rituals that continue to shape the identity of Latin America's diverse people. Experience all this fascinating continent has to offer and gain an exciting and in-depth understanding of Latin America's most spectacular places.


Great Castles of EuropeGreat Castles of Europe

A look at stories and secrets behind the castles throughout Europe.