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National Geographic Channel Inside Maximum Security

National Geographic Channel Inside Maximum Security logoOak Park Heights supermax combines innovative architecture, cutting-edge technology and a staff trained to control violent prisoners. But the inmates are always looking for ways to fight back and their criminal ingenuity puts the Supermax to the test.

National Geographic Channel MegaStructures

National Geographic Channel MegaStructures logoMegaStructures is a documentary television series appearing on the National Geographic Channel. Each episode is an educational look of varying depth into the construction, operation, and staffing of various structures or construction projects, but not ordinary construction products. Generally containing interviews with designers and project managers, it presents the problems this involved the or products that are now in general use within the construction industry. MegaStructures focuses on constructions that are extreme; in the sense that they are the biggest, tallest, longest, or deepest in the world. Alternatively, a project may appear if it had an element of novelty or are a world first. This type of project is known as a Megaproject.

National Geographic Channel Wild

National Geographic Channel Wild logoFrom colorful creatures to powerful predators, get up close and personal with some of Mother Nature’s most untamed creations — on their own turf. With the help of the industry’s most respected biologists, zoologists, and cinematographers, Wild scours the planet to bring you the most amazing and the most dangerous creatures on our wild planet.

National Geographic Chasing UFOs

National Geographic Chasing UFOs logoA team of trained investigators sets out to uncover the truth about UFOs. But they’re not just looking for more stories on extraterrestrial activity—they want answers. Risking it all, this team of scientists and UFO researchers investigate and dissect some of the most mysterious sightings on the planet to unearth stunning new evidence. The data they collect on these adventures paints an entirely new picture of what we know about these strange lights in the sky.

National Geographic Dangerous Encounters

National Geographic Dangerous Encounters logoReptile expert Dr. Brady Barr has spent his entire career studying some of the world's most amazing and deadliest animals. In the hit series, Dangerous Encounters, Barr's goal is to study these dangerous creatures in their natural environment before their habitat is destroyed so that he can better understand what they need to survive in the wild.

National Geographic Documentaries

National Geographic Documentaries logoThe National Geographic Channel, also called Nat Geo, is a subscription television network that features documentaries produced by the National Geographic Society. It features some programming similar to that on the Discovery Channel such as nature, science, culture and history documentaries.

National Geographic Explorer

National Geographic Explorer logoNow in its third decade, National Geographic Explorer travels around the world exploring topical news stories. Hosted by Lisa Ling, Explorer visits locations with unique events and fascinating stories.

National Geographic Extreme Universe

National Geographic Extreme Universe logoEver wondered what would happen if you were sucked into a black hole? Or, if wormholes could make time travel a reality? And could life on Earth survive a huge meteor strike like the one that took out the dinosaurs? Now you can find out in this captivating series. Join experts as they unravel the most mind-boggling mysteries of the cosmos, using the latest scientific theories, dramatic time sequences and everyday examples of incredible forces.

National Geographic FIGHT MASTERS

National Geographic FIGHT MASTERS logoWith the aid of science, find out precisely how much damage the world's best fighters can cause. You might think you have little in common with an Ultimate Fighting Champion or a Navy SEAL, but the need to defend yourself can arise for any person at any time. The incredible new series Fight Masters shows there's a precise science behind striking the right blow. “It's not about being a black belt, or worrying about being a martial artist, or taking karate,” says self-defence instructor Dominick DiVito. “It's about knowing a man's weaknesses, and not worrying about his strengths.” Experts ranging from UFC champion Randy Couture to Californian police sergeant Gary Fredo reveal some of those weaknesses in a specially designed lab, as a crack team of scientists monitor every move. The ...

National Geographic Icons Of Power

National Geographic Icons Of Power logoThey governed the greatest empires, kingdoms and nations of their time, and their power was often absolute. These remarkable sovereigns, rulers and conquerors could—by a single act, decree or whispered aside—better the lives of their people or condemn them to an existence plagued by war and deprivation. What made each one so special? How did they come to power? And once they assumed the mantle of leadership—whether by birth, by fiat or by deadly design—what did it feel like to rule? Find out with this popular National Geographic series.
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