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Stuff They Don't Want You To Know

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know logoFrom UFOs to psychic powers and government conspiracies, history is riddled with unexplained events. Get a closer look at the Stuff They Don't Want You To Know in this video podcast from HowStuffWorks.com.

Super Structures of the World

Super Structures of the World logoThe Super Structures documentary specials celebrate the world's most spectacular engineering challenges and monumental construction projects. The series features the Eurotunnel, the International Space Station, the Panama Canal and many more fascinating structures around the world.


Superships logoSuperships offers a richly detailed guided tour of the biggest, fastest, toughest merchant ships in the world. In addition to exploring the ships' science and technology, the 12-episode, three DVD series also conveys the pure thrill of being aboard. Take the world's largest ships, from double hulled super tankers to the largest sailing boat, the greatest heavy lift vessel to the largest salvage tug and explore the incredible, revolutionary technology that places these ships at the forefront of their industries. Using state of the art 3D animation and graphics as well as in-depth close up footage we uncover the precise role and technology behind each of these Superships.

Surviving the Cut

Surviving the Cut logoWith extraordinary, unprecedented access, Surviving the Cut takes viewers into the intense world of military elite forces training. From divers and snipers to para-rescue men and bomb specialists, the elite and how they earn a place in the coveted units are the focus in this compelling all new series. From the most competitive and brutal underwater training tests in the US Army Special Forces Underwater Operations Course to the unforgiving, torturous demands of Army Rangers training, Surviving the Cut is a full throttle, action-packed journey into the backbreaking hell that is military training. "No other military show has ever taken such a genuine, honest look at the people behind the uniform. Surviving the Cut will inspire and captivate viewers by showing them a truly poignant glimpse ...
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Survivorman logoSurvivorman follows outdoor enthusiast and survival expert Les Stroud as he is abandoned for a week in a remote location with no supplies no food, no fresh water, and no matches. While stranded in the middle of nowhere Les must document his experience with his unique one-person camera rig and 50 pounds of camera equipment. Each new location presents a new set of obstacles for Les with such diverse climates as the Costa Rican rainforest to the Arctic ice floes.

Survivorman Ten Days

Survivorman Ten Days logoLes Stroud is heading back to some of the most captivating and harshest wilderness areas in the world. Alone, in his classic Survivorman way, Les is taking off with little to no food, water or gear and NO safety or camera crew. This time he is off for TEN CONSECUTIVE DAYS of survival!

Swamp Brothers

Swamp Brothers logoMeet a different breed of brothers: Robbie Keszey is an exotic animal expert and Stephen Keszey is a former city slicker learning the ropes. Together they run Glades Herp Farms, Florida’s largest reptile sanctuary and exotic reptile dealership. The brothers make their living breeding and caring for hundreds of slithering, poisonous and sharp-toothed creatures – but their passion is being on call 24 hours a day to respond to animal emergencies across the state.

Swamp Loggers

Swamp Loggers logoWhen the toughest, hardest swamps need to be logged, Bobby Goodson is usually on everyone’s short list. Bobby is a third generation logger who turned to ‘swamp logging’ a few years after his father’s business was burned to the ground. Although his dad decided to retire after that incident, Bobby simply found a new way to log. He brought the innovative technique of laying down a ‘skid road’ to his home state of North Carolina after watching it done in Georgia. “My dad couldn’t believe it, but we’d found a way to keep from sinking into the swamp and keep the land underneath in pretty good condition too."

Swords: Life on the Line

Swords: Life on the Line logoFor the fisherman of New England, braving the frigid, unpredictable waters of the North Atlantic is a tradition that has been in their families for generations. It is an unforgiving environment, where forty-five-foot vessels contend with fifty-foot waves and gale-force winds, where one fish can earn you $50,000, and one mistake can cost you your life. From the producers of "The Deadliest Catch" and "Ice Road Truckers", Swords takes us out to sea in pursuit of massive blue-fin tuna and the elusive swordfish, with the fathers, sons, old salts and greenhorns for whom the ocean is more than just where they make a living: it's a way of life.
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