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Egypt Uncovered

Egypt Uncovered logoFive-part special offers a look at the new archaeological discoveries that are changing what we know about ancient Egypt. Using modern technology and the latest archaeological findings, world-renowned Egyptologists breathe life into one of history's most fascinating cultures.

Engineering the World Rally

Engineering the World Rally logoSigning up for the 2006 season of the most extreme and exciting motorsport, six-part series Engineering the World Rally joins the Subaru World Rally Team as they and 2003 champion, Petter 'Hollywood' Solberg, fight for the championship through six countries and 11 months of intense competition. This ultimate off-road challenge pits massively powerful four-wheel drive rally cars - in the hands of some of the world's greatest drivers - against the toughest and most varied terrain on the planet. These guys hurtle down narrow twisty roads, along bumpy, dusty tracks, through deep water and across solid ice at speeds exceeding 130mph. They're supported by teams of dedicated engineers and mechanics, together with their straight-talking bosses and success-hungry sponsors. It's a world of fragile...

Everest Beyond the Limit

Everest Beyond the Limit logoIn April and May 2006, eleven determined climbers from all over the world, and one veteran guide, took to the world's tallest peak in an attempt to reach the summit. Partially filmed with cameras mounted to Sherpas' helmets, and two camerapersons who also summited with high-altitude cameras, this six-part production offers an amazing, unflinching look at this incredible expedition through a zeroing in on the experiences of six of the climbers. Packed with plenty of edge-of-your seat intensity and footage with perspectives never before seen, this series is a must-see for HD television fanatics.

Exodus Earth

Exodus Earth logoIf Earth became uninhabitable, where would humans live? In Exodus Earth, the six-part series anchoring SPACE WEEK, physicist and host Dr. Basil Singer eagerly plays the role of human guinea pig to find answers. His mission is to investigate if humans could possibly call Mercury, Venus, Mars, Saturn's moon Titan, and Jupiter's moons Callisto and Gliese 581c home in the future. In the name of science, Dr. Singer subjects himself to extreme temperatures; tests new survival technologies designed to keep humans alive in harsh environments; suffers the rigors of travel in zero gravity; explores ideas for new human habitats in the sky; and more.

Expedition Borneo

Expedition Borneo logoDeep in the heart of the island of Borneo is a lost world of mountains, jungles and ravines. It hides a vast abundance of wildlife. But it is disappearing — fast. The Discovery Channel has assembled a team of jungle specialists — scientists, climbers and wildlife filmmakers — to explore this extraordinary habitat before it's too late.

Extreme Engineering

Extreme Engineering logoEach episode of Extreme Engineering discussed some major construction project, some of them are projects that have already been completed like Honk Kong's airport. Others talked abount projects that are currently under construction like Tuneling Under the Alps. And some episodes talked about more futuristic projects that may never be done like the Transatlantic Tunnel. Most episodes finished by examining some sort of disaster scenario which could threaten or ruin the project that was being examined.

Extreme Loggers

Extreme Loggers logoWatch these tough guys tear through the mud and muck to clear out monster-sized timber.

Factory Made

Factory Made logoThis Discovery Channel series spotlights the innovation involved in creating everyday man-made products manufactured en masse like jet airplanes, musical instruments, popcorn machines, stamps, blue jeans and more.

Fast Food Mania

Fast Food Mania logoFast Food Mania is an American television series that airs in the United States on Destination America. The series features its host, Jon Hein, traveling around the United States and visiting various fast food restaurants. Hein discusses the history of the restaurants, along with how their food is prepared. For example, Hein may visit the cities of a restaurant's origin (such as Corbin, Kentucky for Kentucky Fried Chicken), or the restaurant's headquarters (such as Taco Bell headquarters in Irvine, California)
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