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Harrogate: A Great Yorkshire Christmas

The North Yorkshire town's festive preparations as more than 50 shops pull out all the stops to put on the best window display possible and impress the crowds. In the first episode, independent retailers begin their preparations for the window competition, and upmarket gift boutique owner Georgina aims to mark her 10th Christmas in the town by installing a very special window design. Meanwhile, DJ's Nick and Will hit the streets with Santa to raise the funds to keep the festivities going.


Arabian Inferno

The parched and barren landscape of the Arabian Peninsula offers a vivid backdrop for life in the harsh desert. Water is scarce and death due to the extreme heat is common, yet a natural world continues to flourish. Follow some of the desert's most iconic creatures and learn the unique ways in which they've adapted to the stark conditions around them.


City Confidential

City Confidential features real life stories in a wide variety of American cities. While many of these stories deal with murder, some also deal with attempted murder, and public officials caught in compromising situations, among other things. The cities featured vary widely in size, from the smallest village to the largest urban areas.


The Good Shit

For the first time in human history, children are facing shorter lives than their parents. The reason? Obesity - it's a killer epidemic that destroys millions of lives each year. There isn't a single country that's been able to reduce its obesity rates . . . and unfortunately Kiwis are heavier than most. If the trend continues, we'll see nearly half the world's population as clinically overweight or obese in just 12 years time. But what if there was a silver bullet solution? Well, a team of New Zealand scientists may have found one. Amazingly, it's all natural - but the solution is not for the faint hearted, or the weak-stomached. They believe the cure for obesity could lie inside our faeces. Our 'gut bugs' team will take fit people's poo and feed it to obese people to see if it makes them thin. And surprisingly there's a lot to suggest this theory might not be so crazy. Over the next six months, we'll be following four obese teenage girls to see if this revolutionary treatment actually works. The girls won't be dieting, but they will definitely be on trial as we see their successes and struggles. Along the way, we'll also dive into the cutting edge of science behind the human microbiome, how we gain weight, and why fat can be so stubborn to lose. And it's not just about the girls - the reputations of our team of elite researchers are on the line too. If their theory is right, this ground-breaking treatment could change the lives of every obese and overweight person on the planet. There's just a whole lot of crap they'll have to get through first. Welcome to the secretive world of human poo trials.


DWDD University

Dutch television program; various scientists explain stuff, the scientist that has been on the show the most is Robert Dijkgraaf. Host is Matthijs van Nieuwkerk.


Alerta Aeropuerto

Alerta Aeropuerto is a documentary series that follows the day-to-day life of airport security agents from various countries, an elite body of the national police composed of 500 agents working to guarantee the safety of the more than 20,000 people and 400 flights that can travel daily through these facilities and avoid the two most serious problems facing the airport, cocaine trafficking and illegal immigration.


How Not To Die

Stand out medical advice with compelling stories of survival from a range of life threatening situations. Would you know what to do to save someone's life?


Written In Blood

The 10 x 60min series produced by Endemol Shine North for CBS Reality brings fact and fiction together as bestselling thriller writer Simon Toyne, author of The Boy Who Saw and other titles, meets other top UK crime writers to discuss how their works of fiction have been inspired by real life crimes. Each episode delves into a different criminal case using reconstruction, real life footage, interviews with senior police officers who worked on the cases, along with family members, key witnesses, and other experts.


Korean Hostel In Spain

We have a room! We even have food! Three men have rolled up their sleeves to provide solace to those who are tired from a long journey. In the middle of the 800km journey known as the Camino de Santiago, a small hostel opened up. Producer Na Young Seok teams up with Cha Seung Won and Yoo Hai Jin from "Three Meals a Day" once again to create Korean Hostel in Spain. Through "Three Meals a Day", Cha Seung Won's talent for cooking homemade Korean dishes have been acknowledged. That, in combination with Yoo Hai Jin's passion for traveling, this hostel is sure to be a success. Joining them is model and actor, Bae Jung Nam, whom everyone is familiar with through his appearances in "Mr. Sunshine" and "Mom's Diary". Enjoy their banter and warm your hearts with the stories shared through Korean Hostel in Spain.


The Yorkshire Ripper

In May 1981, truck driver Peter Sutcliffe was convicted of murdering thirteen women and attempting to kill seven others. His trial concluded the biggest manhunt in British criminal history, for a killer nicknamed "The Yorkshire Ripper". But after an intense six year search, Sutcliffe was only caught when stopped for a minor motoring offence. And it transpired that he'd in fact already been questioned nine times during the investigation. The series re-investigate this infamous case from a wholly new perspective, asking whether prevailing attitudes of the time, towards women and prostitutes in particular, influenced the investigation and meant that Peter Sutcliffe was caught years too late.