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  • Ben Fogle: Return to the Wild
    Ben Fogle: R...
    Ben Fogle: Return to the Wild (2017)
    Ben Fogle revisits people living off-grid to see how their lives have progressed.

  • A Vicar's Life
    A Vicar's Li...
    A Vicar's Life (2018)
    A Vicar's Life goes behind the scenes of the lives of country vicars at the heart of the rural community in the stunning Herefordshire countryside. From opening fêtes to marrying local couples, vicars are knitted into the fabric of country life, acting as a pillar of support in times of crisis and personal sorrow.Each episode features stories from across the county giving a closer perspective on rural life, as seen through the eyes of the church. Village fetes, shooting drives, and local issues - all served up with a heavy dose of humour, charity, and inspiring local leadership.

  • Special Needs Employment Agency
    Special Need...
    Special Needs Employment Agency (2018)
    Young people with special needs look for work.

  • Art, Passion & Power: The Story of the Royal Collection
    Art, Passion...
    Art, Passion & Power: The Story of the Royal Collection (2018)
    Andrew Graham-Dixon explores the history of the Royal Collection, one of the largest and most important art collections in the world, built up over 500 years.

  • The Biggest Little Railway in the World
    The Biggest ...
    The Biggest Little Railway in the World (2018)
    Engineer Dick Strawbridge leads a team of model railway enthusiasts as they attempt to build the longest model railway in the world, 71 miles across Scotland, from Fort William on the west coast to Inverness on the east coast. It's a route the Victorians never managed, so building this miniature railway will be an epic challenge.

  • The Trade
    The Trade
    The Trade (2018)
    From Columbus, Ohio to Guerrero, Mexico and countless cities in between, the opioid epidemic has ravaged communities on both sides of the border. But what about the lives behind the headlines and statistics? The timely, provocative series The Trade spotlights the crisis through the eyes of those most affected: the growers, addicts, cartel bosses and law enforcement hopelessly caught in its web.

  • Real, Fake or Unknown
    Real, Fake o...
    Real, Fake or Unknown (2017)
    Of all the intriguing, shocking and extreme videos on the web, how do we know which are real? Real, Fake or Unknown works out how the web's most-watched clips were made.

  • Undercover High
    Undercover H...
    Undercover High (2018)
    Undercover High follows seven young adults, ranging in age from 21 to 26, who embed themselves for a semester in Topeka, Kansas' Highland Park High School. The participants pose as typical students–attending classes, making friends and participating in school clubs and activities–to provide an inside look at what it's like to be a teenager today. Each with personal motivations driving them to help enact positive change, the participants, unaware of each other, arrive on campus where only the school administrators and select members of the community know their true identities and the reason for their semester-long stay. From bullying and the pervasiveness of social media to the struggle to excel in the classroom and navigate evolving social standards, participants discover the challenges and complexities, both new and familiar, facing today's teens.

  • Roadkill Garage
    Roadkill Gar...
    Roadkill Garage (2016)
    Roadkill Garage is an all-new show that will be appearing exclusively on Motor Trend On Demand monthly in 2016. Featuring David Freiburger from Roadkill and Steve Dulcich from Engine Masters (don't worry, Mike Finnegan is still the co-host on Roadkill), Roadkill Garage finds Freiburger and Dulcich wrenching on Roadkill project cars and other things that meet the Roadkill vibe. They'll show you how to do the wrong things the right way.

  • The Polar Sea
    The Polar Se...
    The Polar Sea (2014)
    The Polar Sea is a 10-part television series that follows an incredible amateur expedition through the fabled Northwest Passage during a summer of revolutionary change in the Arctic.

  • Rotten
    Rotten
    Rotten (2018)
    Rotten dives deep into the food production underworld to expose the corruption, waste and real dangers behind your everyday eating habits.

  • Finding Jesus Faith Fact Forgery
    Finding Jesu...
    Finding Jesus Faith Fact Forgery (2015)
    Finding Jesus discovers fascinating new insights into the historical Jesus, utilizing the latest scientific techniques and archaeological research. Knowledgeable historians, scholars, and scientists explore people, places, and objects connected to the life and times of Jesus of Nazareth.

  • Teslas Death Ray A Murder Declassified
    Teslas Death...
    Teslas Death Ray A Murder Declassified (2018)
    In Tesla's Death Ray, military investigator Jack Murphy and Tesla historian, Cameron Prince, journey around the globe hunting for information about his innovations and the research that may have gone missing from his safe. From Tesla's last standing American laboratory in Shoreham, NY on Long Island to his first American lab in Colorado to Tesla's homeland of Serbia, the team searches for missing documents and new data to understand Tesla's Death Ray. Murphy and Prince interview a wide-range of people including a rare conversation with Tesla's closest living relative. In Serbia, the team uncovers documents that will change how the world sees Tesla and this weapon. Deep in the Tesla archives, our team examines never-before-seen, hand-drawn sketches and calculations for the Death Ray — completed by Tesla himself.While the team investigates, their findings are shared with engineer Aron Koscho who has assembled a team to build and test-fire a prototype of Tesla's Death Ray. If Koscho can prove that constructing and activating this fatal weapon is plausible, it would provide a motive for murder. Tesla's Death Ray could have swung the balance of power in World War II and the world's superpowers would have been in a race to get the plans – or at least keep them out of the hands of their enemies.

  • Stripped
    Stripped
    Stripped (2017)
    Based on the hit Scandinavian format, this outlandish yet emotional social experiment aims to discover how people's lives and values change once everything they own is stripped away. This new series exposes people's relationships with their personal belongings as they forego everything they own – clothing, furniture, money and all coveted possessions – for 21 days. Each day, they may retrieve one item that they cannot live without, and priorities will inevitably emerge. Expected to go about their daily lives by showing up to work, maintaining their families and keeping up with social circles – without their everyday necessities – each person jumps into survival mode in order to determine what is most essential to them. With no shortage of outrageous and uncomfortable moments along the way, this transformative journey has a life-changing impact as they each uncover what truly matters to them most.

  • Mind Field
    Mind Field
    Mind Field (2017)
    In Mind Field, host Michael Stevens brings his passion for science to his most ambitious subject yet: something we still know very little about, human behavior. Using real subjects (including guest stars and Michael himself) Mind Field reveals some of the most mind-blowing, significant, and least-understood aspects of the human psyche. Through expert interviews, rare footage from historical experiments, and brand-new, ground-breaking demonstrations of human nature at work, Mind Field explores the surprising things we know (and don't know) about why people are the way they are.

  • The Runner Up
    The Runner U...
    The Runner Up (2015)
    This four-hour documentary series takes an all-access look at one of the most unique political campaigns of the past election year – the Congressional run of American Idol runner-up Clay Aiken. The series examines what it takes to run a campaign from the perspective of a candidate who is both a newcomer to the American political scene, and also a well-known celebrity. Throughout, Aiken struggles with his desire to be seen as a viable candidate and his need to convince voters (and America) to take him seriously.

  • Your Inner Fish
    Your Inner F...
    Your Inner Fish (2014)
    Have you ever wondered why the human body looks the way it does? Why our hands have five fingers instead of six? Why we walk on two legs instead of four? It took more than 350 million years for the human body to take shape. How did it become the complicated, quirky, amazing machine it is today? Your Inner Fish delves deep into the past to answer these questions. Anatomist Neil Shubin uncovers the answers in this new look at human evolution. Using fossils, embryos and genes, he reveals how our bodies are the legacy of ancient fish, reptiles and primates — the ancestors you never knew were in your family tree. Premiering Wednesday, April 9, 2014, the three-part series reveals a startling truth: Hidden within the human body is a story of life on Earth.

  • DNA Detectives
    DNA Detectiv...
    DNA Detectives (2015)
    Made with the support of NZ on Air, this series takes a look at what makes some of our most famous NZers what they are.

  • Village of the Damned
    Village of t...
    Village of the Damned (2017)
    Legend has it that the quiet, picturesque village of Dryden, N.Y., inspired Frank Capra's vision of Bedford Falls in It's a Wonderful Life. But contrary to that image, Dryden became the setting for a strange string of tragedies and murders between 1989 and 1999 that left residents wondering why death stalked their beloved town. To them it was a tragic coincidence, but outsiders gossiped about a curse, labeling Dryden as a real-life "Village of the Damned." Residents have maintained a code of silence... until now. Nearly two decades after Dryden's dark years ended, America's leading true-crime network, Investigation Discovery (ID), brings the mystery to life in a serialized format that features the town itself as the central character, as well as a Greek chorus of residents that lived through this tragic time. Each episode pries open one chapter from that era, starting with the cold-blooded execution of an entire family, followed by the murder of a beloved football coach, the untimely deaths of two beloved cheerleaders, and the tragic ripple effects that touched all corners of the community. Interviews with law enforcement and other key players transport viewers back to the moments, days, months, and years that followed each crime. Produced by Red Marble Media in association with Spring Theory.

  • Weather Terror
    Weather Terr...
    Weather Terror (2015)
    Documentary series following the hapless Brits who find themselves caught up in extreme and life-threatening weather events.

  • Who Killed Tupac
    Who Killed T...
    Who Killed Tupac (2017)
    Who Killed Tupac? is a six-hour limited series focusing on the investigation of the death of prolific and influential rapper and actor, Tupac Shakur. Each installment of this investigative series will include aspects from the legendary artist's life as well as follow famed civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump as he conducts a full-scale, intensive investigation into key theories behind his murder.Crump has represented the families of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Tamir Rice and other victims of gun violence who many believe were denied their due process of the law. When Tupac's mother, Afeni Shakur, who went to high school with Crump's mother, saw that he was fighting for truth and justice for the family of Trayvon Martin, she expressed to him how important that was and that this fight is not just for Tupac and Trayvon, but for all our young black men who didn't get justice. In exploring how Tupac didn't get his due process, Crump seeks to show how it is relevant to what is happening in the social justice movement in America today.Through Tupac's own words and exclusive new interviews with eyewitnesses, family, friends, and colleagues, viewers will come to understand every facet of Tupac Shakur's complex personality. Key interviews include Tupac's brother Mopreme Shakur, his childhood friend E.D.I. Mean as well as other members of his group Outlawz, Al Sharpton, radio personality Big Boy, Christopher Darden, his first manager Leila Steinberg, former MTV correspondent Tabitha Soren, executives at Death Row Records, former gang members of the Bloods and the Crips, Quincy "QDIII" Jones III and Digital Underground's Money-B.

  • Cold Water Cowboys
    Cold Water C...
    Cold Water Cowboys (2014)
    From Paperny Enterntainement, COLD WATER COWBOYS follows seven captains and their crews aboard fishing boats off the coast of Newfoundland. Eager to fight the unforgiving waves to reach their weekly tallies and cash them in are returning fishermen Captain Richard Gillett aboard the Midnight Shadow; Conway and Rick Caines aboard the Seadoo; Andre and Michelle Jesso aboard the Wave on Wave; Morris Anstey aboard the Sebastian Sails; Paul Tiller aboard the Atlantic Bandit; and newcomer Rick Crane aboard his new boat, Crane's Legacy. Throughout Season 3, the fishermen face big challenges and risks, putting it all on the line for their passions and pay days.

  • Extraordinary People
    Extraordinar...
    Extraordinary People (2003)
    Documentary series which explores remarkable stories of human experience.

  • Bushcraft Build Off
    Bushcraft Bu...
    Bushcraft Build Off (2017)
    Hosted by primitive skills master Matt Graham, Bushcraft Build-Off, is an all-new competition series where elite builders compete in a grueling, seven-day race against the clock. This competition will test the primitive building skills that have allowed survivalists to thrive in the wilderness for generations. But is now amplified on the web and through social media as these young masters attempt to outdo one another with more and more elaborate builds.

  • Extreme Wives with Kate Humble
    Extreme Wive...
    Extreme Wives with Kate Humble (2017)
    Kate Humble has spent time with communities all over the world, and has been struck by how often the roles of men and women tell us something about how a society works, and how the everyday lives of women in particular reveal its values.In this series she explores three diverse and extraordinary communities in Kenya, Israel and India, where the roles of women are exceptional, complex and sometimes extreme.

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