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Answer Me 1997

In 1997, nothing was more important to Shi Won than the Korean boy band 'H.O.T.' She and her five closest friends exemplified the teenage angst of K-pop idolatry that was escalating during the decade. They reconnect 15 years later and relive their youth of the late 1990s.


DigFellas

Relic hunters Bill Ladd and Howard Hewitt embark on a quest to find and preserve our nation's past. In each episode, the duo investigates, isolates, and excavates a history-rich location, in search of precious relics and antiques. Using their expertise and deep historical knowledge, they separate treasures from trash. At the end of every dig, the duo meets with historical experts to authenticate their findings. Their journey is about "passion over profit" - the love of history and the adventure of uncovering it.


Snoop & Son: A Dad's Dream

Following music icon Snoop Dogg's son, Cordell Broadus, a sought-after high-school football recruit, as he plays his senior season and is courted by top colleges. Snoop Dogg's youth football league is also highlighted.


Denmark's Next Top Model
Other,

2010

| Reality

Danish version of the popular franchise America's Top Model.


Armageddon Outfitters

If the floodwaters rise, if the virus spreads, if the bombs go off - these men are ready.


First Australians
SBS,

2008

| Documentary

First Australians chronicles the birth of contemporary Australia as never told before, from the perspective of its first people. First Australians explores what unfolds when the oldest living culture in the world is overrun by the world's greatest empire.


Secrets Of South America

A three-part series revealing what it's like to be young in South America.


Wild Thailand

Did you know Thailand has over 50 national parks that make up 14% of the country's total area? And these parks are home to 10% of Earth's animal species? Thailand is a popular holiday destination with us Brits, and there's a side of the country holidaymakers rarely see. This stunning series reveals the hidden terrain in all its glory: from the strange and wonderful creatures to a small selection of the 27,000 species of flowering plants.


Ivory Wars

In 1989, Discovery Channel helped expose a devastating situation in Africa with the world premiere of Ivory Wars. Along with widespread reporting from the international media, this landmark television documentary helped shed light on the severity of the elephant poaching situation in Africa. The response was powerful and immediate. That same year, the international ivory trade was banned by CITES (the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species). Ivory prices plummeted as demand lessened, and elephant populations were given a chance to recover. But in recent years, the picture has changed. Despite a 23-year international ban on trade in ivory, Africa's elephants are once again under siege. These intelligent and vulnerable creatures are being killed in increasingly large numbers for their ivory tusks, with much of it going to the Far East - especially China - where demand is very high.


Living on the Edge (2014)

Living on the edge follows trained anthropologist Chris Terrill as he heads to some of the remote environments on the planet, alone with his camera to try and find out why people live in the most ferocious and threatening places in the world.