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06:00
Whilst travelling through the United Kingdom, Andrew samples some traditional and cutting-edge cuisine. Find out what he thought of haggis, jellied eels, pheasant and ox heart.
06:45
The Odyssey vessel faces a legal battle after they find a wreck containing 17 tons of silver and gold coins. Spain claims the loot came from a Spanish frigate blown up in 1804.
07:30
Danny takes a look at the construction of the extraordinary LPD17, a giant vessel designed to transport everything from helicopters to hovercrafts.
08:15
Bank-robbing outlaw Butch Cassidy and his pal Sundance masterminded one of the most remarkable crime sprees in American history.
09:00
Explores the remarkable origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions and ideas. Today, we look at the history of the tank, warrior aircrafts and the drone.
09:20
Wayne's selling two muscle cars at the Mecum Auction in Kissimmee. Whilst he's there he can't resist bidding for two vintage Jeeps and a Chevy pickup.
09:45
Join Andrew Zimmern in Morocco as he tries out the local food you won't find in the supermarket. See how Andrew handles the menu which includes calf's brains and cow's heart.
10:30
Tattoo anthropologist Lars Krutak goes to Hawaii to learn about ancient Polynesian culture and endure rites of initiation in his quest for an authentic Hawaiian tattoo.
11:15
The incredible Stonecutters Bridge in Hong Kong, suspended over a busy waterway, will be more than a kilometre long - a new record for cable-stayed span.
12:00
In a mining camp teeming with violence and vice, Seth Bullock was the lone stabilising force standing in the way of complete chaos.
12:45
Look at the advanced training techniques that transform ordinary men into smart, inventive soldiers; and delve into what it takes to become a top sniper in the Armed Forces.
13:30
Explores the remarkable origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions and ideas. Today, we look at the stories of writing, libraries and the internet.
13:50
Wayne has a trinity of classic Italian sports cars to auction in Florida, including a 1971 Ferrari Daytona Spyder. Will he make the 1.5 to 2-million-dollar valuation?
14:15
Andrew Zimmern is in Spain as he continues his global adventure in search of the world's most unique meals. On today's menu for Andrew to sample are bulls' testicles and baby eel.
15:00
The 'Tattoo Hunter', Lars Krutak, ventures to the remote mountains of the Philippines in search of the tattoo of the Kalinga head-hunters.
15:45
Danny Forster takes a look at the staggering $5.25 billion project to expand the Panama Canal and restore it to its former glory.
16:30
Bat Masterson, a dapper gunfighter, gambler and hunter, earned his fame by taming Dodge City - the wildest town in the Old West.
17:15
Look at the advanced training techniques that transform ordinary men into smart, inventive soldiers; and delve into what it takes to become a top sniper in the Armed Forces.
18:00
Explores the remarkable origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions. Today, we look at the stories of the bow and arrow, the gun and the atomic bomb.
18:20
Wayne arrives in Amish Country in search of an ultra-rare 1929 DuPont boattail speedster. Then, in Philadelphia, he visits the Simeone car museum.
18:45
In 'Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations', his journey takes him to people and places far beyond the realm of food, from Iceland to New Zealand and Paris to New Jersey.
19:30
The adventurous trio tackle the endless sands and slot canyons of Arizona, but harsh winds and frigid temperatures threaten hypothermia and abandonment of the trip.
20:15
Series that explores the world's largest construction projects. In this captivating special, go behind the scenes at London's impressive Olympic Aquatic Stadium.
21:00
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the history of the soldier through the ages.
21:20
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the perplexing history of the crossword puzzle.
21:45
Discover the truth behind one of society's most clandestine institutions. Hidden within these bordellos are secrets about famous patrons, governments and even religion.
22:30
Chad and Mike get a fiery awakening as they attempt to squirt fire from a boat-mounted flame thrower, whose design is based on the world's first ever flame thrower.
23:15
A minute-by-minute account of the horrifying high school massacre from various perspectives, aided by the personal accounts of those who were there.
00:00
Explores the remarkable origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions. Today, we look at the stories of the bow and arrow, the gun and the atomic bomb.
00:20
In the 1950s, America had broken free from the shackles of wartime economics. When scientific innovation met consumerism, the result was the concept car.
00:45
In 'Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations', his journey takes him to people and places far beyond the realm of food, from Iceland to New Zealand and Paris to New Jersey.
01:30
The adventurous trio tackle the endless sands and slot canyons of Arizona, but harsh winds and frigid temperatures threaten hypothermia and abandonment of the trip.
02:15
Series that explores the world's largest construction projects. In this captivating special, go behind the scenes at London's impressive Olympic Aquatic Stadium.
03:00
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the history of the soldier through the ages.
03:20
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the perplexing history of the crossword puzzle.
03:45
Discover the truth behind one of society's most clandestine institutions. Hidden within these bordellos are secrets about famous patrons, governments and even religion.
04:30
Mike travels to India to see the ancient Chakram, which was used by warriors on horseback. This device is a throwing weapon shaped like a ring with razor-sharp edges.
05:15
The adventurous trio tackle the endless sands and slot canyons of Arizona, but harsh winds and frigid temperatures threaten hypothermia and abandonment of the trip.
06:00
Join Andrew Zimmern in Morocco as he tries out the local food you won't find in the supermarket. See how Andrew handles the menu which includes calf's brains and cow's heart.
06:45
Tattoo anthropologist Lars Krutak goes to Hawaii to learn about ancient Polynesian culture and endure rites of initiation in his quest for an authentic Hawaiian tattoo.
07:30
The incredible Stonecutters Bridge in Hong Kong, suspended over a busy waterway, will be more than a kilometre long - a new record for cable-stayed span.
08:15
In a mining camp teeming with violence and vice, Seth Bullock was the lone stabilising force standing in the way of complete chaos.
09:00
Explores the remarkable origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions and ideas. Today, we look at the stories of writing, libraries and the internet.
09:20
Wayne has a trinity of classic Italian sports cars to auction in Florida, including a 1971 Ferrari Daytona Spyder. Will he make the 1.5 to 2-million-dollar valuation?
09:45
Andrew Zimmern is in Spain as he continues his global adventure in search of the world's most unique meals. On today's menu for Andrew to sample are bulls' testicles and baby eel.
10:30
The 'Tattoo Hunter', Lars Krutak, ventures to the remote mountains of the Philippines in search of the tattoo of the Kalinga head-hunters.
11:15
Danny Forster takes a look at the staggering $5.25 billion project to expand the Panama Canal and restore it to its former glory.
12:00
Bat Masterson, a dapper gunfighter, gambler and hunter, earned his fame by taming Dodge City - the wildest town in the Old West.
12:45
Look at the advanced training techniques that transform ordinary men into smart, inventive soldiers; and delve into what it takes to become a top sniper in the Armed Forces.
13:30
Explores the remarkable origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions and ideas. Today, we look at the stories of the monarchy, democracy and communism.
13:50
Wayne is auctioning off a 1949 Mercury Woodie Wagon and a rare 1961 Austin-Healey 3000 Mk I BN7 for a client. Will he be successful at the sale?
14:15
Andrew is in the Philippines where the theme of mealtimes is: if it's moving, it's edible! Whilst there he samples the local delicacies of mangrove worms and coconut grubs.
15:00
Anthropologist Lars Krutak goes to Thailand to obtain a mystical tattoo, believed by some to impart magical powers to all who wear it.
15:45
Designed to improve the agricultural prospects of western Peru, the new tunnel through the Andes will be one of the deepest in the world. Danny explores the life-changing plans.
16:30
Bass was no ordinary lawman. A slave set free by the American Civil War, he hunted outlaws in the nation's most dangerous territory.
17:15
Look at the advanced training techniques that transform ordinary men into smart, inventive soldiers; and delve into what it takes to become a top sniper in the Armed Forces.
18:00
Explores the remarkable origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions. Today, we look at the stories of antibiotics, anaesthesia and organ transplants.
18:20
Wayne is selling the oldest Simplex 50 Speedcar Roadster brass car known to exist, estimated to be worth over 1 million dollars.
18:45
In 'Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations', his journey takes him to people and places far beyond the realm of food, from Iceland to New Zealand and Paris to New Jersey.
19:30
Matt, Danny, and Blake tackle Oregon's Steens Mountain. A winter storm ups the ante and pummels the friends with the elements, testing their endurance and resolve.
20:15
Series that explores the world's largest construction projects. In this captivating special, explore the construction of Serbia's longest bridge.
21:00
History buff Geoff Edgers travels throughout the US in search of little known stories highlighting the heroism of individuals in extraordinary circumstances.
21:45
The truth behind America's secret bunkers - from backyard boxes to government mini-cities. Underground bunkers have featured in war planning since the dawn of time.
22:30
It's weapons at dawn as Chad and Mike take a trip back to the days of duelling pistols. Their modern version has a twist though: it's electrically triggered.
23:15
A minute-by-minute account of the frightening sarin gas attack on the Tokyo underground, using a split-screen format and accounts from those involved.
00:00
Explores the remarkable origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions. Today, we look at the stories of antibiotics, anaesthesia and organ transplants.
00:20
In the 1950s, America had broken free from the shackles of wartime economics. When scientific innovation met consumerism, the result was the concept car.
00:45
In 'Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations', his journey takes him to people and places far beyond the realm of food, from Iceland to New Zealand and Paris to New Jersey.
01:30
Matt, Danny, and Blake tackle Oregon's Steens Mountain. A winter storm ups the ante and pummels the friends with the elements, testing their endurance and resolve.
02:15
Series that explores the world's largest construction projects. In this captivating special, explore the construction of Serbia's longest bridge.
03:00
History buff Geoff Edgers travels throughout the US in search of little known stories highlighting the heroism of individuals in extraordinary circumstances.
03:45
The truth behind America's secret bunkers - from backyard boxes to government mini-cities. Underground bunkers have featured in war planning since the dawn of time.
04:30
The Egyptians created a bow that could be used in a cramped and unstable chariot. When not in use it resembled a triangle, but when drawn it transformed into a perfect arc.
05:15
Matt, Danny, and Blake tackle Oregon's Steens Mountain. A winter storm ups the ante and pummels the friends with the elements, testing their endurance and resolve.
06:00
Andrew Zimmern is in Spain as he continues his global adventure in search of the world's most unique meals. On today's menu for Andrew to sample are bulls' testicles and baby eel.
06:45
The 'Tattoo Hunter', Lars Krutak, ventures to the remote mountains of the Philippines in search of the tattoo of the Kalinga head-hunters.
07:30
Danny Forster takes a look at the staggering $5.25 billion project to expand the Panama Canal and restore it to its former glory.
08:15
Bat Masterson, a dapper gunfighter, gambler and hunter, earned his fame by taming Dodge City - the wildest town in the Old West.
09:00
Explores the remarkable origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions and ideas. Today, we look at the stories of the monarchy, democracy and communism.
09:20
Wayne is auctioning off a 1949 Mercury Woodie Wagon and a rare 1961 Austin-Healey 3000 Mk I BN7 for a client. Will he be successful at the sale?
09:45
Andrew is in the Philippines where the theme of mealtimes is: if it's moving, it's edible! Whilst there he samples the local delicacies of mangrove worms and coconut grubs.
10:30
Anthropologist Lars Krutak goes to Thailand to obtain a mystical tattoo, believed by some to impart magical powers to all who wear it.
11:15
Designed to improve the agricultural prospects of western Peru, the new tunnel through the Andes will be one of the deepest in the world. Danny explores the life-changing plans.
12:00
Bass was no ordinary lawman. A slave set free by the American Civil War, he hunted outlaws in the nation's most dangerous territory.
12:45
Look at the advanced training techniques that transform ordinary men into smart, inventive soldiers; and delve into what it takes to become a top sniper in the Armed Forces.
13:30
Explores the remarkable origin of hundreds of the world's most influential ideas. Today, we look at the stories of battleships, submarines and the pursuit of naval supremacy.
13:50
Wayne tracks down a Ferrari 275 GTB4 in Boston. After two tests and a few repairs the car is ready for resale. Meanwhile, in California Wayne takes a spin in an original 275.
14:15
Food critic Andrew Zimmern is in Ecuador to try out the delicacies which make mealtimes in the country unique. Whilst there he samples the national dish of barbequed guinea pig.
15:00
The 'Tattoo Hunter' goes to Papua New Guinea in his quest to become the first outsider to survive the blood rites of the Kaningara tribe and earn the right to wear their tattoo.
15:45
Witness the future of architecture at Abu Dhabi's astonishing $500 billion Al Raha beach development, where developers build on land reclaimed from the sea.
16:30
Bill Doolin terrorised Oklahoma with his brazen robberies. Like many outlaws before him, he died with his boots on, defying the law until the end.
17:15
Look at the advanced training techniques that transform ordinary men into smart, inventive soldiers; and delve into what it takes to become a top sniper in the Armed Forces.
18:00
Explores the remarkable origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions. Today, we look at the stories of the telescope, radiology and the microscope.
18:20
When Wayne finds out a car he sold was bought by the son of Joe Bojalad, a racer and the car's first owner, he tries to reunite man and car before Joe's 78th Birthday.
18:45
In 'Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations', his journey takes him to people and places far beyond the realm of food, from Iceland to New Zealand and Paris to New Jersey.
19:30
Matt, Danny and Blake rappel into a 500-foot sinkhole to venture into the beautiful and mysterious Mexican territory known as Canón Rio La Venta.
20:15
Azerbaijan is reinventing itself after decades as part of the Soviet Union. Danny Forster goes behind the scenes of Baku's construction projects.
21:00
Rich barters for an M1 Garand used during D-Day and a Luger used in the film 'Hell's Angels'. Meanwhile, the Gunsmoke crew modifies a hunter's rifle.
21:45
We'll explore a conspiracy that helped three inmates escape the dungeon of Alcatraz, and discover the remnants of a mysterious military outpost linked to Abraham Lincoln.
22:30
Look at the advanced training techniques that transform ordinary men into smart, inventive soldiers; and delve into what it takes to become a top sniper in the Armed Forces.
23:15
Recreates the hour leading up to the most devastating terrorist attack in Asian history using dramatic reconstructions and interviews with survivors.
00:00
Explores the remarkable origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions. Today, we look at the stories of the telescope, radiology and the microscope.
00:20
In the 1950s, America had broken free from the shackles of wartime economics. When scientific innovation met consumerism, the result was the concept car.
00:45
In 'Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations', his journey takes him to people and places far beyond the realm of food, from Iceland to New Zealand and Paris to New Jersey.
01:30
Matt, Danny and Blake rappel into a 500-foot sinkhole to venture into the beautiful and mysterious Mexican territory known as Canón Rio La Venta.
02:15
Azerbaijan is reinventing itself after decades as part of the Soviet Union. Danny Forster goes behind the scenes of Baku's construction projects.
03:00
Rich barters for an M1 Garand used during D-Day and a Luger used in the film 'Hell's Angels'. Meanwhile, the Gunsmoke crew modifies a hunter's rifle.
03:45
We'll explore a conspiracy that helped three inmates escape the dungeon of Alcatraz, and discover the remnants of a mysterious military outpost linked to Abraham Lincoln.
04:30
Look at the advanced training techniques that transform ordinary men into smart, inventive soldiers; and delve into what it takes to become a top sniper in the Armed Forces.
05:15
Matt, Danny and Blake rappel into a 500-foot sinkhole to venture into the beautiful and mysterious Mexican territory known as Canón Rio La Venta.