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00:00 BIOTIFUL PLANET - MADAGSCAR
 
A nine-part series on the treasures of France’s overseas territories. The French overseas territories are a treasure trove of biodiversity. In a total surface area ten times smaller than France itself, we find more endemic species than in all of Europe. The question is for how much longer ? The extraordinary natural richness of these territories is nevertheless extremely fragile. Our anchors invite us along on a biological treasure hunt that’s also an opportunity to take stock of the situation. It’s one adventure and surprise after another as we meet the men and women fighting out in the field for biodiversity conservation: leatherback turtle observation, whale-watching, protecting the coral reefs and tropical forests by setting up natural reserve...
01:00 AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 ISLANDS - ESCAPE TO CAPE VERDE (CAPE VERDE)
 
On the Island of Boa Vista, in Cape Verde, along the coast and also inland to get acquainted with its many different faces. Together with Eliseu, an authentic Cape Verdean, we visit the beaches in the South, the most beautiful on this Island, deserted and uncontaminated. Among these beaches is the Santa Monica, that is over 20 kilometers of white sand, the beach of Varandinha, unbelievable virgin sands, interrupted here and there by black volcanic rocks and then on to the famous Chave beach, a bed of pink and white sand that can be crossed by quad-bikes and off-road vehicles. We then go to Rabil, to visit a small terracotta factory and then on to Sal Rey where we go out on a fishing trip with an Italian called Sampei. We then meet Sonia, an Italian girl who is working with the children of the shanty-town of Sal Rey, and finally we meet Joan, a Dutch biologist who leads a team of the Turtle Foundation, a Society that is trying to protect Marine turtles. We have the opportunity of seeing, in person, a turtle la
01:30 AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 ISLANDS - WHERE NATURE IS SACRED (GAMBIA)
 
The smallest country in Africa, The Gambia, rises from and follows the river of the same name, but most of all it is a country surrounded by Senegal. A country inhabited by a joyful people that we visit starting from the capital city Banjul, built on a small island, positioned between the sea and the river Gambia. With our cameras, we continue to explore traditional places: the miraculous waters of Kachikally park, crocodiles and cotton trees, the blooming Makasutu forest, between baboons and palm wine, and, last but not least, the colored fishing village of Tanje, with their dehydrated fish and magical views of the Atlantic Ocean.
02:00 ASSASSINATION II
 
Assassination II, portrays the murder of Venustiano Carranza, Francisco Villa and Alvaro Obregon, occurred during the last years of the Mexican Revolution. Assassination II is a format that blends the past with the present; historical reconstruction, structured by the questions Who, how and why it will unveil each of the questions surrounding the details of each of the deaths of these important figures in Mexican history. Assassination II , portrays from its unknown side, the personality of the victims, the murderers, and also the personality of the intellectual murderers of each case. The program develops the leadership of historian Pedro Salmerón, in each case, and with a specialist historian that retrace the different lines of research that were taken just after the events, and secret plots hatched to that truth comes to light, while we'll find out the true events revealed after several years of research. With this format, viewers will witness the truths hitherto undisclosed Mexican history.
03:00 TECHNO-SCIENCE - EL DESAFIO CIENTIFICO EN EL CAMBIO CLIMATICO
 
Andrea Obaid and Cristián Campos visit the south of our country. Andrea goes to Dichato to study the effects of hypoxia, lack of oxygen at sea. Cristián addresses Aysén, Puerto Tranquilo, Maldonado, for marine studies and to see how climate change affects the flora and fauna of these sectors; as is the forest of Maldonado. Both show studies conducted by universities of our country. In Dichato, the University of Concepción; and Aysen, the Catholic University with its various faculties.
04:00 NOMAD'S LAND - CANADA
 
The Great North... ‘up north’ as the Canadians say, is one of the most isolated regions in the world. Although the Great North occupies 40% of Canada’s total surface area, the region is inhabited by only 0. 3% of the population. And all of them, each for their own reasons, but especially because of the size of the territory, are destined to be on the road one day or another. For over six months of the year, the temperature is below zero. For ‘Nomad’s Land in the Great North’, the crew had to face three days at -50°C followed by a week of blizzards with winds of up to 190 km/hour. There’s no easy way out in the Great North! And yet, mid-winter is the best season for travelling. It’s easier to go along a river or over a lake when it’s frozen than it is in the summer. There aren’t so many mosquitos either. Christophe Cousin takes the Dempster Highway from south to north over almost 2,000 kilometers to meet some travelling people and to experience the region for himself. This vertical journey gives the sun a bit
05:00 IN CONCERT - SURKALEN
 
Surkalén is composed of three Chileans from Valparaíso and a Russian-Canadian violinist. The word Surkalén consists of the words Sur, for the South American origin and Kalén, which means different in the Selknam language (former inhabitants of Tierra del Fuego). Therefore honoring disappeared people. Most of the group’s creations are strongly influenced by South American rhythms and music of the world. Surkalén’s music is different and unique!
06:00 THE AVIATORS - S5 EP 6
 
PYROTECHNICS: We showcase Rich Gibson, the man behind some of the most explosive airshow spectacles. HANGAR FLYING 2: Kurtis, Sara, and Anthony debate the merits of their favorite bomber planes.
06:30 THE AVIATORS - S5 EP 7
 
100 YEARS OF COMMERCIAL FLIGHT: The highs and the lows of an industry that has become an essential part of our lives.
07:00 EARTH: CRACKS OF RAGE: GROWLING EARTH
 
Rescuers testify about their involvement, specialists explain to us how these catastrophes come to life and how they evolve Victims explain how they have survived the dramatic consequences of these natural phenomena
08:00 I HAVE SEEN THE EARTH CHANGE - EGYPT: THE PHARAOH WITH DRENCHED FEET
 
Abid'allah Quanwati, a fisherman, and Tarek Al-Cheikh, a farmer, are childhood friends. They live in Rosetta, which is located in the mouth of the Nile Delta. Both have seen their income decrease year after year. Fish are scarce and plants are dying.
09:00 NOMADS - FLYING HIGH-PARAGLIDING IN TENERIFE-CANARY ISLANDS
 
Three paragliders explore the flight opportunities in Tenerife, a volcanic region of Mt. Teide, in the Canary Islands.
10:00 SCEPTICS - OCCULT SCIENCES
 
We will attempt to decipher "the mysteries of the occult": the powers of the mind, contact with the dead and being possessed by demons.
11:00 WILD CULTURE - SERENGUETI
 
Claudio Iturra, with his team, is directed to the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, Africa. During their journey, they encounter an African celebration of marriage, motorcade and band with live music of trumpets, which are added together and witness. At the time the couple arrive at their new home in which they live and carry out their celebration party.
12:00 ANCIENT CULTURE - EP 8
 
Claudio Iturra takes viewers on a journey to the world’s most astonishing areas. Each episode of this fascinating documentary series shows a new place, which has amazed people since ancient times.
13:00 BEAUTIFUL MINDS - FERNANDO MONCKEBERG
 
Albert Einstein said that the mind is like a parachute: it only works if we have it opened. Beautiful Minds is a documentary series that summarizes the advances of Chilean science during the last fifty years, narrated by their own protagonists, who have won the National Prize of Science.
14:00 THE AVIATORS - S6 EP 7
 
WWI History: Soon after the invention of the aircraft, military uses for the new flying machine came into being. Then with the dawn of the Great War, legends like the Red Baron were made, and a whole new mode of warfare was born.
14:30 THE AVIATORS - S6 EP 8
 
COMMON AEROBATIC MOVES: All air show maneuvers can almost be broken down to one of a handful of common moves that we’ll explain. SUB SONEX: A homebuilt aircraft with a jet engine. It looks cool. It sounds cool. And it goes like heck!
15:00 GOING SOUTH - EP 7
 
Going South: Cycling through the Americas an adventurous environmental cycling documentary. As the climate changes, an environmental crisis is proclaimed. Four adventurous people from Sweden, Spain and the UK take on the challenge of a lifetime. The Going South teams cycle a distance of 16,765 miles and visit 17 countries. Going South is currently sold to more then 70 countries world-wide.
15:30 GOING SOUTH - EP 8
 
Going South: Cycling through the Americas an adventurous environmental cycling documentary. As the climate changes, an environmental crisis is proclaimed. Four adventurous people from Sweden, Spain and the UK take on the challenge of a lifetime. The Going South teams cycle a distance of 16,765 miles and visit 17 countries. Going South is currently sold to more then 70 countries world-wide.
16:00 DON'T FORGET YOUR PASSPORT - VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA
 
Host Gordon Sivell takes in the colorful ANZAC parade in Melbourne, Australia and then tours the wine region of Yarra Valley after touring a unique wildlife facility designed to save indigenous wildlife with surgery. He takes a chopper flight over the 12 Apostles geological rock formations, cruises with the bottlenose dolphins and learns about aboriginal customs in a Victoria State sanctuary.
17:00 BUDAPEST WILD
 
Most of us have very little to no idea how many species we are actually sharing our flats and houses with. Rest assured, it is an uncannily surprising number.... Budapest Wild is a funny wildlife show/documentary set in the capital of Budapest, with the aim to make the average viewer look at his or her home differently the next time she looks under the sink.
18:00 MUNDO AD PORTAS - S1 EP 4
 
Why travelling makes us so happy? Is it because it makes us remember what we are capable of creating? In "Mundo Ad Portas" we closely follow the journey of a curious photographer and a travel businessman that, for two months, leave their routine aside to learn about unique places with unforgettable cultures.
19:00 THE ASIAN CENTURY - TAIWAN'S STRAWBERRY GENERATION GROWS UP
 
They are called the Strawberry Generation. Young Taiwanese, born in the 1980's who grew up as spoilt brats, raised by parents who made their fortunes thrived during Taiwan's economic miracle years. The straberries are much unlike their parents, who hard work and commitment helped grow Taiwan from one of the poorest countries in Asia to one of the wealthiest. The strawberries are said to be soft; they are good to look at but fragile. They lack the drive and aspirations of their parents. Host Brendon Fernandez examines whether Taiwan will wither or bloom in the hands of the Strawberry Generation.
19:30 THE ASIAN CENTURY - CAMBODIA'S LAND GRABS
 
For the sake of development, Cambodians are finding themselves getting evicted out of their own homes, leaving the land as cash cows for foreign and local investment companies. This phenomenon termed as "Land grabbing" has become widespread in Cambodia, with the poor bearing the brunt of it all. But, many fear a starker and much less optimistic outcome. Is land grabbing a necessary evil for the greater good of Cambodia? Will this suffering be just a temporary measure before the ripples of benefit can be seen? Host Brendon Fernandez travels to Cambodia to examine if the country’s development plans will be a benefit or a burden for Cambodia?
20:00 TRAVEL PLAN - DELHI
 
Travel to Amazing Places all over the world. From Paris to Petra. From New York to Cambodia
20:30 TRAVEL PLAN - AFRICA-DIMKA&KONSO
 
Travel to Amazing Places all over the world. From Paris to Petra. From New York to Cambodia
21:00 DISTANT SHORES- FRENCH CANALS
 
Series 9 of Distant Shores follows Paul and Sheryl Shard on a diverse voyage from England through the inland waterways of France to the Mediterranean Sea, an Atlantic crossing, and island-hopping in the Caribbean aboard their 49-foot sailboat, Distant Shores II. When they travel through France to arrive in the Med they sail to Gibraltar. From Gibraltar they enter the Atlantic Ocean stopping at the exotic port of Rabat on the west coast of Morocco, then head offshore to explore the Canary Islands before joining the Atlantic Rally for Cruisers (ARC) in Las Palmas for a 2,800 mile trans-atlantic passage to the Caribbean for Christmas celebrations.
21:30 DISTANT SHORES- BURGUNDY
 
The voyage through France continues in the wine districts.
22:00 PACHO VILLA HERE AND THERE
 
The Centaur of the North, bandit for some, revolutionary leader for the others. The life, the character and the fights of one of the greatest symbols of the history of Mexico, narrated by Paco Ignacio Taibo II.
23:30 FLAVOURS OF SOUTH AFRICA - THE INTERIOR
 
From the savage Kruger National Park via Suweto to the oldest Baobab tree in the world, Charlie Ottley takes us on a breathless safari across South Africa’s mighty Interior. See a lioness battle hyenas, learn how to make cheese, discover a great recipe for caterpillars and be hurled into the void and Charlie shows us yet another facet of this vast and mosaic country.
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