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Schedules

E.g., 08/03/2018
Aug 03 Friday
  • 00:35
    Tower Crane
    In California, Mega Movers use unique methods and tools to move a tower crane that soars 36-stories high. In Florida, they battle the elements to preserve a hurricane-ravaged beach.
  • 01:30
    Cattle Ranching
    The host goes roping and riding on a cattle ranch that's 175 years old. He drives cattle, dishes hash at the chuck wagon and learns the way of the cowboy.
  • 01:55
    Dairy Farming
    The host follows the evolution of dairy farming all the way from the pasture to the refrigerator. He acquaints himself with the milking process and learns the latest mechanical methods.
  • 02:25
    11
    Hunter Ellis examines brilliant innovations in military plane construction, and profiles civilian use of seaplanes in Alaska, including Vertical Take-Off Landing Craft.
  • 03:25
    Horse Power Revolution
    The horse has been a revolutionary animal in unexpected ways. It has changed how we speak, what we wear, and sets the hidden limit for the size of our most massive empires.
  • 03:50
    Below Zero
    Reveals how cold has the power to turn men into Barbarians, spark history's longest running war, and create the concept of race. When we finally take control of the cold, we learn to dominate the planet.
  • 04:20
    Marine Raiders
    Take a look at the efforts of the US Marine Raiders during WWII and their operations in the Pacific theatre, including Guadalcanal and Midway.
  • 05:15
    14
    The host looks at the history of winter warfare, a tradition of fighting, surviving, and travelling in the snow that created commandos in various countries, and at the huge winter sports industry.
  • 06:10
    Do It Yourself
     
    Explore DIY methods such as using a simple hair care product to fix bashed-in bumpers; diving deep underwater and catching lobsters with bare hands and see how vicious raccoons invade a restaurant.
  • 06:40
    Life Skills
     
    Experts show how one can jump-start a car with dead battery, how a homemade tourniquet can save a bleeding person's life and how a coconut can help one survive on a deserted island.
  • 07:10
    Tower Crane
    In California, Mega Movers use unique methods and tools to move a tower crane that soars 36-stories high. In Florida, they battle the elements to preserve a hurricane-ravaged beach.
  • 08:05
    11
    Hunter Ellis examines brilliant innovations in military plane construction, and profiles civilian use of seaplanes in Alaska, including Vertical Take-Off Landing Craft.
  • 09:00
    Horse Power Revolution
    The horse has been a revolutionary animal in unexpected ways. It has changed how we speak, what we wear, and sets the hidden limit for the size of our most massive empires.
  • 09:25
    Below Zero
    Reveals how cold has the power to turn men into Barbarians, spark history's longest running war, and create the concept of race. When we finally take control of the cold, we learn to dominate the planet.
  • 09:55
    Does Larry Eat Poop?
    Larry hunts for crazy critters in Florida. He follows one of the state's leading herpetologists, tracking and collecting some of the most venomous snakes in the world.
  • 10:50
    Cattle Ranching
    The host goes roping and riding on a cattle ranch that's 175 years old. He drives cattle, dishes hash at the chuck wagon and learns the way of the cowboy.
  • 11:15
    Dairy Farming
    The host follows the evolution of dairy farming all the way from the pasture to the refrigerator. He acquaints himself with the milking process and learns the latest mechanical methods.
  • 11:45
    Do It Yourself
     
    Explore DIY methods such as using a simple hair care product to fix bashed-in bumpers; diving deep underwater and catching lobsters with bare hands and see how vicious raccoons invade a restaurant.
  • 12:10
    Life Skills
     
    Experts show how one can jump-start a car with dead battery, how a homemade tourniquet can save a bleeding person's life and how a coconut can help one survive on a deserted island.
  • 12:40
    Tower Crane
    In California, Mega Movers use unique methods and tools to move a tower crane that soars 36-stories high. In Florida, they battle the elements to preserve a hurricane-ravaged beach.
  • 13:35
    Horse Power Revolution
    The horse has been a revolutionary animal in unexpected ways. It has changed how we speak, what we wear, and sets the hidden limit for the size of our most massive empires.
  • 14:00
    Below Zero
    Reveals how cold has the power to turn men into Barbarians, spark history's longest running war, and create the concept of race. When we finally take control of the cold, we learn to dominate the planet.
  • 14:30
    Marine Raiders
    Take a look at the efforts of the US Marine Raiders during WWII and their operations in the Pacific theatre, including Guadalcanal and Midway.
  • 15:25
    14
    The host looks at the history of winter warfare, a tradition of fighting, surviving, and travelling in the snow that created commandos in various countries, and at the huge winter sports industry.
  • 16:20
    Does Larry Eat Poop?
    Larry hunts for crazy critters in Florida. He follows one of the state's leading herpetologists, tracking and collecting some of the most venomous snakes in the world.
  • 17:15
    Do It Yourself
     
    Explore DIY methods such as using a simple hair care product to fix bashed-in bumpers; diving deep underwater and catching lobsters with bare hands and see how vicious raccoons invade a restaurant.
  • 17:40
    Life Skills
     
    Experts show how one can jump-start a car with dead battery, how a homemade tourniquet can save a bleeding person's life and how a coconut can help one survive on a deserted island.
  • 18:10
    Beyond The War Of The Worlds
    Beginning with its literary origins, we trace the path of H.G. Wells' War of the Worlds from its riveting magazine serial through the panic broadcast of 1938, and then to major motion pictures.
  • 19:05
    Subways
    The host explores the history of subways throughout the country. He also directs subways from a futuristic control room and drives a train through its downtown run.
  • 19:30
    Tires
    The host goes to work at a tire factory that produces 21 million passenger tires every year. He studies various stages of manufacturing tires, including mixing and curing process.
  • 20:00
    Cursed
    Zahi wants to see if the long-forgotten Falcon galleries can be restored as a new tourist destination. They not only house thousands of mummified birds but also deadly snakes and scorpions.
  • 20:55
    Unsolved Mysteries
    Underwater archaeologists search for the WWII Nazi submarine U-576, which disappeared in the US waters; in Scotland, researchers dig up an ancient rock covered with cryptic markings.
  • 21:50
    Lost
     
    The Unexplained hunts for the truth about a legendary 1980s arcade game linked to the CIA's mind control program, MK-Ultra and searches for a nuclear bomb lost off the coast of Georgia's Tybee Island.
  • 22:45
    Armageddon Battle Plan
    Researchers explore the writings of the ancient scrolls that were discovered in desert caves near the Dead Sea in 1947 and reveal an apocalyptic war in future.
  • 23:40
    Beyond The War Of The Worlds
    Beginning with its literary origins, we trace the path of H.G. Wells' War of the Worlds from its riveting magazine serial through the panic broadcast of 1938, and then to major motion pictures.
Aug 03 Friday

No schedule (Philippines) to display.