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This is the real India a country which despite growing at 9% straddles several worlds. That is not to say that this series once again talk about the India that the west looked at like the magical mystical country but a nation which operates at many levels. The films showcased in these series are never-seen-before and informatively voyeuristic documentaries which make you wonder with awe at how India can repeatedly surprise anyone. There is no one established truth so to speak but several ways to look at the same.

It points out just how the scared and the profane co-exist side by side in India a child who is born with a congenital anomaly is worshipped like a goddess and its only takes several visits by a doctor to let her parents know that the child is not divine but ailing. Or India’s Lady boys eunuchs who celebrate their third gender, fall in love, have live-in relationships, safe and repeated sex with their partners, also service others as workers, participate in a beauty pageant but all with a smile and no guilt. Or the other bitter truth about this country where girl children are killed or abandoned at birth in states such as AP and Haryana despite stringent measures. Or Pure Love, Pure Sex which is about a polygamous India where a woman has two husbands and lives happily.

EPISODE GUIDE

  • India: Elephant Kingdom Aka Kaziranga
  • India: Secrets of Wild India-Kaziranga
    Secreted away in the shadow of the Himalayas, along the banks of the Brahmaputra River, roam One-Horned Rhinoceroses, Wild Buffalo and Asian Elephants. The last great herds of India's giant grazers. It is January, and six months of drought, fire and flood lay ahead of them. Seen through the eyes of a newborn elephant calf, this film portrays a land of unexpected contrasts and endless variety, unique to India and the world.
  • India: Seconds From Diaster-Mumbai Massacre
  • India: Food Lover's Guide
    Home to over a billion people, theres a lot to watch out for if you want to keep your cool in India. Join Virologist Dr Mike Leahy as he travels from the chaotic metropolis of Mumbai to Varanasi, one of the holiest cities in the world. With so many people living in such close quarters, India is also home to a vast population of nasty bugs keen to invade or attack the unwary…and the overly inquisitive. From intestinal hitchhikers to a beetle with a specially developed arsenal of chemical weaponry, follow Dr. Mike through one of the worlds largest and most diverse countries.
  • India: Tata Nano
  • India: Banged Up Abroad-Delhi Aka Party Girl
  • India: The Living Edens-Bandhavgarh
    Once a hunting preserve for the Indian Maharajas, Bandhavgarh National Park is one of the most important tiger habitats remaining in Asia. Within the park, an abandoned palace harbors a flourishing population of tigers, bats, cobras, and monkeys who share their domain with a solitary temple priest. The dominant male tiger that has ruled this domain for years is now being challenged by a younger, stronger male.
  • India: The Taj Mahal
  • India: The Last Man-eater-Killer Tigers Of India
  • India: The Living Edens-Anamalai
  • India: Inside Kingdom Of Dreams
  • India: Monkey Thieves-Fang's Market
    The Galta Gang are trying their luck to invade the territory of the toughest macaque in town, the formidable Fang. Can they succeed?
  • India: Tiger Queen Aka Battle For Survival
  • India: Monkey Thieves-Taxi Raid
    Still no sign of the monsoon and food shortage, the monkeys are searching high and low for food. They raided vehicles at the taxi stand.
  • India: Chef on the Road
  • India: Skid Row
    The monsoon rains still haven't broken yet, and the temple is very quiet. The hungry monkeys are getting desperate.
  • India: Monkey Thieves-One Bad Apple
    In Indias capital, new Delhi. The government is clamping down on the hoards of marauding macaques that are terrorising the citys population. Offices have been ransacked, sensitive documents exposed, government officials attacked, and worst of all, monkeys have been held directly responsible for the deaths of several Delhi citizens. The supreme court has decreed that the city must be monkey-free. Life for the Galta gang has been peaceful for the last six months. But one gang member has been absent. Kavi has been convalescing in animal sanctuary Help In Suffering. And now hes ready for release back to the city. Its time for his carer Suresh to say goodbye. The Galta gang go to town for their regular meal from Vijay Sharma who came to their aid during the recent drought. Young Anoop spots an opportunity for dessert and the gang raid an unattended ice-cream cart. Watching from the shadows, exiled Zamir misses out on the feast, and then steals an ice-cream from a child. The local people are outraged at the attack and the countrys leading monkey catcher drops his work in Delhi and rushes back to Jaipur.
  • India: Delhi
  • India: Divided we stand
    As the worldwide economy plummets, the Galta Gang faces a big problem - there are more mouths to feed but food is not enough at the temple.
  • India: Air Crash Investigation-Crash Course
    November 12th, 1996 - Shortly after take off from New Delhi, Saudi Airways Flight 763 levels off at 14,000 feet. As the crew waits for clearance to climb to their cruising altitude, the plane is hit by a Kazakhstan Airlines jet. The collision cripples both planes. They spiral violently to the ground, killing all 349 people on board. It's the worst mid-air collision in the history of aviation. The two wreckage fields are five miles apart. As investigators comb through the charred debris for evidence, they try and answer troubling questions: Why did the two planes collide? Who's responsible? And can they stop it before it happens again?
  • India: Secrets Of Wild India-The Elephant Kingdom
  • India: Future Offices
  • India: Seconds From Disaster Mumbai Massacre
    At 9.20pm on 26 November 2008 gunmen burst into Mumbai's luxury Trident Oberoi hotel, firing indiscriminately. A Jewish study centre at Nariman House, popular with American and Israeli Jews, is targeted around the same time, followed by tourist hangout Café Leopold, the city's most luxurious hotel, the Taj Mahal Palace, and the CST, one of the world's busiest rail stations. These unprecedented commando-style attacks, which leave 166 dead, have clearly targeted both the Indian public and Western visitors. Seconds from Disaster reveals the failings that allowed 10 terrorists free reign of India's largest city - killing at will - in front of the world's cameras for nearly 3 horrifying days.
  • India: Monkey Thieves-The Great Escape
    Zamir and his new gang explore some new turf and raid an office when a businessman goes out on an errand. They ransack the premises but find nothing to eat. After a breakfast of chapattis courtesy of visitors to the temple, the Galta gang venture back into town to investigate the mystery of the cage holding Kavi. Yash and Tito are still wary of the situation but Bipin recognises the face inside and is soon grooming his old friend through the cage bars. Suresh is satisfied and opens the gate, but freedom seems to go to Kavis head and he makes a run for it out into the streets and disappears. Zamir and his troop are still hungry after their fruitless office raid. Vasu, the alpha male has found food at the grain market, but the monkey catcher has been called. Zamir recognises his old foe and steers clear of his cages, but Vasu and his henchmen seem unaware of the threat and fall into his trap. After evading capture, Zamir is the oldest and fittest male left in the troop it seems hes fast-tracked it to the top.
  • India: Monkey Thieves-Trading Places
    Vasu has been trapped by the monkey catcher and transported far out of town, leaving Zamir to assume command of his own troop. To test their mettle the new boss leads them towards Fangs market. Stealing breakfast from under his nose will be a tough test. But when Zamir arrives he finds the market is closed and Fang nowhere to be seen. Plan B - Zamir spots another opportunity. An open window leads them into a jewellery storeroom and the gang make off with the valuables, leaving Fang and his resident troop looking like the guilty party. Suresh is concerned when Help In Suffering get an emergency call about a lone monkey in distress. He fears it could be his old friend Kavi. Expert animal rescuer Bal Chand returns to base with the stricken monkey in a sack. To Sureshs relief it turns out not to be Kavi, but a mother and her newborn baby. This poses a whole new set of problems for Suresh. While Vasu and his exiled band try to get to grips with life in the country, Zamir is going from strength to strength at home in the city. He breaks into a hotel store-room and celebrates finding a successful meal by downing a bottle of booze. Zamir thinks hes hallucinating when his long lost nephew Kavi appears at the hotel. Kavi has no idea his unruly uncle has been ousted from the Galta gang, The naive youngster is only too pleased to join his old family member.
  • India: India's Lady Boys
  • India: Temple Of The Tigers-Bandhavgarh Wilderness
    This is the story of the Tigress Bacchi and her new litter of Cubs, her now grown-up son and of the rivalry between this young male and his grandfather.
  • India: Perilous Journeys Crossing The Himalayas
    Perilous Journeys host Marsh Mokhtari travels across Indias majestic Himalayan Mountain Range over one of the worlds highest motorable passes. The white-knuckle journey starts in the northern India town of Leh, and climbs to more than 5,600 meters in elevation over Khardung La. In summertime the region around the pass is full of tourists, but in wintertime the road can be treacherous and prone to avalanches. Mokhtari experiences winter weather and altitude sickness as he drives over the mountains and into the Nubra Valley where India and Pakistan have been fighting each other for decades.
  • India: The Great Indian Witchhunt
  • India: Temple Of The Tigers-Badhavgarg Wilderness
  • India: Perilous Journeys-Crossing The Himalaya
    On a breathtaking journey through the high Himalayas, follow a clan of yak herders on a journey unmatched anywhere on the planet.
  • India: Secrets Of Wild India-Elephant Kingdom
  • India: Seconds from Disaster-Mumbai Massacre
    At 9.20pm on 26 November 2008 gunmen burst into Mumbai's luxury Trident Oberoi hotel, firing indiscriminately. A Jewish study centre at Nariman House, popular with American and Israeli Jews, is targeted around the same time, followed by tourist hangout Café Leopold, the city's most luxurious hotel, the Taj Mahal Palace, and the CST, one of the world's busiest rail stations. These unprecedented commando-style attacks, which leave 166 dead, have clearly targeted both the Indian public and Western visitors. Seconds from Disaster reveals the failings that allowed 10 terrorists free reign of India's largest city - killing at will - in front of the world's cameras for nearly 3 horrifying days.
  • India: Megastructures-Secrets Of The Taj Mahal
    Taj Mahal was built by the Great Mogul Shah Jahan in honour of Mumtaz Mahal, the love of his life. It took over 20,000 workers to build this mausoleum.
  • India: Banged up Abroad-Delhi
  • India: Seconds from Disaster-Bhopal
  • India: Secrets OF India-Elephant Kingdom Aka Kaziranga
  • India: The Living Edens-Anamalai: India Elephant Mountain
  • India: Secrets Of Wild India-Elephant Kingdom Aka Kaziranga
  • India: Bite Me With Dr Mike Leahy-India
  • India: Secrets Of Wild India-Tiger Jungles
  • India: Food Lovers Guide
    Home to over a billion people, theres a lot to watch out for if you want to keep your cool in India. Join Virologist Dr Mike Leahy as he travels from the chaotic metropolis of Mumbai to Varanasi, one of the holiest cities in the world. With so many people living in such close quarters, India is also home to a vast population of nasty bugs keen to invade or attack the unwary…and the overly inquisitive. From intestinal hitchhikers to a beetle with a specially developed arsenal of chemical weaponry, follow Dr. Mike through one of the worlds largest and most diverse countries.
  • India: One Bad Apple
  • India: IC814 Air Hijack
  • India: Monsoon Showdown
    The monsoons finally break and there are a lot of fightings over food at the temple. Zaimor almost gets the upper hand over Tarak.
  • India: Secrets Of Wild India-Elephant Kingdom Aka Kazirang
  • India: Inside Tiger Trade
  • India: The Last Maneater-Killer Tigers Of India
  • India: Inside-Kingdom of Dreams
  • India: Inside-Mumbai Massacre
    At 9.20pm on 26 November 2008 gunmen burst into Mumbai's luxury Trident Oberoi hotel, firing indiscriminately. A Jewish study centre at Nariman House, popular with American and Israeli Jews, is targeted around the same time, followed by tourist hangout Café Leopold, the city's most luxurious hotel, the Taj Mahal Palace, and the CST, one of the world's busiest rail stations. These unprecedented commando-style attacks, which leave 166 dead, have clearly targeted both the Indian public and Western visitors. Seconds from Disaster reveals the failings that allowed 10 terrorists free reign of India's largest city - killing at will - in front of the world's cameras for nearly 3 horrifying days.
  • India: Maneater Manhunt-Killer Leopards
    Leopards are renowned as one of the world's most elusive and resourceful predators, and in Mumbai - one of the biggest cities on earth - they are hunting people.1 Gordon Buchanan travels to India to find out why. Between 2001-2006, 57 people were killed on the outskirts of this megacity, by leopards.2a Gordon travels to a green jungle within this urban jungle: Sanjay Gandhi National Park, a protected wilderness within the city limits. At the Park Gordon enlists the help of local leopard expert, Krishna Tiwari. Krishna takes Gordon to meet some of the victims' families and attack survivors. Everywhere he goes Gordon finds people who've had close encounters with the cats. He sets up camera traps and spends the night camped out with his thermal camera and is amazed to film a leopard, just 300 yards from a village. He visits a city suburb at night, and finds it brimful of stray dogs, cats and rats: all potential prey for an opportunistic predator known for its diverse diet .3
  • India: Monkey Thieves-Return of the Rebel
    The exiled Zamir nurses his grudge against the Galta Gang and sets about acquiring a new troop so that he has enough support to take them on.
  • India: An Unlikely Hero
    Bipin and his troop are living a good life at their market home until a group of rivals darken their door.
  • India: Monkey Thieves-Rising Forces
  • India: Heroes & Villains
    As the commotion of the Holi festival dies down, the Galta gang ventures into town to inspect the damage. Little Esha gets lost in the city.
  • India: Monkey Catcher
    The monsoon rains are still running late and not only is food shortage a problem, other troops in the surrounding area could start to muscle in on the temples natural spring water reserves. In the city Zamir, a crafty monkey with his beady eyes on Taraks top job, spots an opportunity. A cart owner makes the fatal mistake of turning his back on his cart and the gang cleans up, but the cart owner calls in the monkey-catcher… A handful of the troop, including teenagers Yash and Tito, fall foul of the monkey-catcher at last and are carted away in his truck.
  • India: Megafactories-Tata Nano
    Sir Ratan Tata is a man on a mission: to make India's roads safer by getting people off motorbikes and into the world's cheapest car - the Tata Nano. In India it's common to see a family of four ride together on a motorbike. On bad roads in Monsoon rain that's a lethal way to commute. Tata envisages the Nano as a 'people's car' - India's answer to the Model T. But to bring his car to the people he must overcome some formidable challenges. Design issues and skyrocketing costs threaten to blow out the car's $2200 price tag, and violent protests force him to dismantle and shift his 3 billion dollar Megafactory 2100km across India.
  • India: Monkey Thieves-Monkey Catcher
    The monsoon rains are still running late and not only is food shortage a problem, other troops in the surrounding area could start to muscle in on the temples natural spring water reserves. In the city Zamir, a crafty monkey with his beady eyes on Taraks top job, spots an opportunity. A cart owner makes the fatal mistake of turning his back on his cart and the gang cleans up, but the cart owner calls in the monkey-catcher… A handful of the troop, including teenagers Yash and Tito, fall foul of the monkey-catcher at last and are carted away in his truck.
  • India: Prostitution
  • India: Monkey Thieves-The Apartment Job
  • India: Inside:Mumbai Terror Attacks
    On 26th November 2008, ten gunmen landed in Mumbai. Over 60 hours the gunmen killed 165 people. This program will revisit those 60 hours.
  • India: The Living edens- India Bandhavgarh Wilderness 
    This is the story of the Tigress Bacchi and her new litter of Cubs, her now grown-up son and of the rivalry between this young male and his grandfather.
  • India: Megacities-Mumbai
    It's called the "city of gold." From the oldest stock exchange in Asia to the largest film industry in the world…Mumbai is a city of glamour and glitz. It's India's largest, richest and fastest city. Millions come here chasing their dreams. And to keep these people on the move, Mumbai must keep moving. More than any other city in the world, public transportation is Mumbai's lifeline. Mumbai's trains and buses keep this city in the fast lane…but by 2020, this city of 13 million will swell to an astounding 20 million people. Mumbai will become the most populous city in the world! Will this megacity continue to thrive? Or will it come to a screeching halt?
  • India: Return of the Clouded Leopard
  • India: Secrets of Wild India- The Elephant Kingdom
  • India: Secrets Of Wild India-Tiger Jungles Aka Tadoba
  • India: Latika Rana
    This film profiles the life and work of Latika Rana, one of the few female tiger conservationists in India. But Latika is no ordinary conservationist- she's also married to the Prince of Nepal. She divides her time between high society in Katmandu and tigers in Indian jungles. Our film explores the conflicts in Latika's complex and often surprising life.
  • India: Truth Files-Latika Rana
    This film profiles the life and work of Latika Rana, one of the few female tiger conservationists in India. But Latika is no ordinary conservationist- she's also married to the Prince of Nepal. She divides her time between high society in Katmandu and tigers in Indian jungles. Our film explores the conflicts in Latika's complex and often surprising life.
  • India: Monkey Thieves-Skid Row
    The monsoon rains still haven't broken yet, and the temple is very quiet. The hungry monkeys are getting desperate.
  • India: Mumbai Massacre
  • India: Monkey Thieves-Monsoon Showdown
    The monsoons finally break and there are a lot of fightings over food at the temple. Zaimor almost gets the upper hand over Tarak.
  • India: Perilous Journeys-Crossing the Himalays
  • India: Megacities- Mumbai
    f gold." From the oldest stock exchange in Asia to the largest film industry in the world…Mumbai is a city of glamour and glitz. It's India's largest, richest and fastest city. Millions come here chasing their dreams. And to keep these people on the move, Mumbai must keep moving. More than any other city in the world, public transportation is Mumbai's lifeline. Mumbai's trains and buses keep this city in the fast lane…but by 2020, this city of 13 million will swell to an astounding 20 million people. Mumbai will become the most populous city in the world! Will this megacity continue to thrive? Or will it come to a screeching halt?
  • India: Secrets of Wild India- Desert Lions
  • India: Megacities-Miumbai
  • India: IC 814 Air Hijack
    Indian Airlines Flight IC 814 takes off from Kathmandu on its way to New Delhi, India. En route the flight is hijacked by five masked men who have managed to smuggle onboard, guns, knives and grenades.
  • India: Inside-Mumbai Terror Attacks
    On 26th November 2008, ten gunmen landed in Mumbai. Over 60 hours the gunmen killed 165 people. This program will revisit those 60 hours.
  • India: Megafactories- Tata Nano
  • India: Secrets Of Wild India-Desert Lions
  • India: India's Missing Girls
    Every year in India, thousands of baby girls are killed – simply because of their gender. It is all part of India’s centuries-old preference for boys and how it affects Indian society at large.
  • India: The Mahakumbh Mela
  • India: Mumbai Mega Flood
    Millions of people are under siege by freak weather. Find out how the world's 6th largest city, Mumbai, was brought to a grinding halt?
  • India: Air Hijack (IC 814)
    Indian Airlines Flight IC 814 takes off from Kathmandu on its way to New Delhi, India. En route the flight is hijacked by five masked men who have managed to smuggle onboard, guns, knives and grenades.
  • India: Mumbai Terror Attacks
    On 26th November 2008, ten gunmen landed in Mumbai. Over 60 hours the gunmen killed 165 people. This program will revisit those 60 hours.
  • India: Banged Up Abroad- Delhi Aka Party Girl
    In 1999, heartbroken Londoner Clare Matthews decides to travel to Goa, India. She loves it so much that when her money runs out, she overcomes her initial fears and hides 2 pounds of hashish in a statue, mailing it off to Europe to make some quick cash. But her party lifestyle spirals out of control, and she needs more money. She ships another parcel, and then another-but the third one doesn't reach Europe. The courier company says they've lost the address and ask her to go to the post office to pick up a fax. Desperate for money but suspecting a trap, Clare reluctantly picks up the fax. She's arrested and ends up spending years in one of Asia's largest jails, waiting trial. Finally, she's given a 5 year sentence which she's already served. But just after she's released, Clare's lawyer tells her that her sentence has been extended for another 5 years. Devastated, Clare waits in jail for 3 months until the judge relents and allows her to return to London.
  • India: The World's Smallest Girl
    At 16 and just 1ft 11, Jyoti Angur is the world’s smallest fully grown woman. A surgeon has offered to operate but her parents are unsure – should they let their daughter risk an operation?
  • India: Perilous Journeys-Crossing The Himalayas
  • India: Secrets of The Taj Mahal
  • India: Banged Up Abroad- Delhi
    In 1999, heartbroken Londoner Clare Matthews decides to travel to Goa, India. She loves it so much that when her money runs out, she overcomes her initial fears and hides 2 pounds of hashish in a statue, mailing it off to Europe to make some quick cash. But her party lifestyle spirals out of control, and she needs more money. She ships another parcel, and then another-but the third one doesn't reach Europe. The courier company says they've lost the address and ask her to go to the post office to pick up a fax. Desperate for money but suspecting a trap, Clare reluctantly picks up the fax. She's arrested and ends up spending years in one of Asia's largest jails, waiting trial. Finally, she's given a 5 year sentence which she's already served. But just after she's released, Clare's lawyer tells her that her sentence has been extended for another 5 years. Devastated, Clare waits in jail for 3 months until the judge relents and allows her to return to London.
  • India: Slum City
    There is nothing subtle about Dharavi. The sight, smell and sound coming out of Asia’s biggest slum are in your face. The 530-acre land produces 200,000 wallets, handbags and briefcases every year.
  • India: India's Ladyboys
    The film gives a fascinating and revealing insight into a group of people who until now have been very misunderstood and are still considered very much outsiders in their own country – the Hijras.
  • India: Mumbai
    Examine Mumbai's large scale lunch delivery known as the 'dabbahwallah' system, one of the best managed supply chains in the world.
  • India: Hostage To Terror
  • India: Temple of The Tigers: India Bandhavgarh Wilderness
  • India: Mumbai Mega Floods
    How was the world's sixth largest city brought to a grinding halt? Viewers may follow the siege of Mumbai, India, as all its systems shut down and millions of people are under siege by freak weather. The programme also travels to other cities around the globe to see what tactics they use to prepare and cope with natural disasters.
  • India: The Tiger Trade
    Follow undercover agents from the EIA (Environmental Investigation Agency) as they dive into the ruthless and murky world of illegal tiger trading. They are armed only with undercover cameras and a resilient dedication to protect the natural environment. The wild tiger population is on the brink of extinction - there are just over 3,000 left in the world. This hard-hitting documentary is on the front lines of the battle, following people with extraordinary stories who try to protect our endangered species from illegal exploitation.
  • India: Desert Lions
    At first glance the desert of India's north-west appear devoid of life. But even in the most hostile environments wildlife thrives. In this inhospitable place, only the best adapted survive. Here, in the harsh deserts and salty drylands, live India's specialists. They have to endure extreme hardship, sandstorms, droughts, and intense heat.
  • India: Super Cyclone
    The science of the super cyclone is examined and deconstructed by an Indian Meteorological team monitoring the weather in the area.
  • India: Aircraft
    The film explores six landmark airplanes. Each features a major technological innovation that allowed engineers to build bigger cargo planes.
  • India: Monkey Thieves-The Monkey Catcher
    The monsoon rains are still running late and not only is food shortage a problem, other troops in the surrounding area could start to muscle in on the temples natural spring water reserves. In the city Zamir, a crafty monkey with his beady eyes on Taraks top job, spots an opportunity. A cart owner makes the fatal mistake of turning his back on his cart and the gang cleans up, but the cart owner calls in the monkey-catcher… A handful of the troop, including teenagers Yash and Tito, fall foul of the monkey-catcher at last and are carted away in his truck.
  • India: Girl With Two Faces
    In March 2008 a miracle occurred in remote rural India. A baby was born with two faces. Worshipped as a goddess, both mother and baby were said to be in good health. But how long can she survive?
  • India: Secrets of Wild India- Desert Lion
    At first glance the desert of India's north-west appear devoid of life. But even in the most hostile environments wildlife thrives. In this inhospitable place, only the best adapted survive. Here, in the harsh deserts and salty drylands, live India's specialists. They have to endure extreme hardship, sandstorms, droughts, and intense heat.
  • India: The Girl Who Cries Blood
    Twinkle, a 14yr old girl from India, spontaneously bleeds from her eyes, hands, feet, head & chest. This is a story of a family’s desperate search for a cure for their daughter’s mysterious illness.
  • India: Tiger Queen
    Indian Tigers - Battle for Survival (Title - TBC), follows female tiger, Machli, and her three cubs; Satra, Athara and Unis at in their lakeside territory which Machli has held for 11 years. As the cubs reach maturity, they face one of the most dangerous times of their young lives, leaving the safety of their mother's company, and venturing into the wilderness to find their own territories. When one of the tigers sets her sights on the lakeside territory, battle commences, and one by one the tigers are pushed out...the only tiger remaining is mother Machli. Will daughter challenge mother in this battle to survive?S hot in stunning high definition, the world of the Indian tigers is uncovered, showing tigers in all their glory, their secrets and battle for survival, in Ranthambhore National Park, India.
  • India: Tiger Trade
    Follow undercover agents from the EIA (Environmental Investigation Agency) as they dive into the ruthless and murky world of illegal tiger trading. They are armed only with undercover cameras and a resilient dedication to protect the natural environment. The wild tiger population is on the brink of extinction - there are just over 3,000 left in the world. This hard-hitting documentary is on the front lines of the battle, following people with extraordinary stories who try to protect our endangered species from illegal exploitation.
  • India: Secret of Wild India-Desert Lions
  • India: IC 814 Hijack
    24 Dec 1999 - Flight IC814 from Kathmandu to New Delhi was hijacked by 5 dangerously armed men. 189 people were taken hostage. What was the outcome?
  • India: Kingdom Of Dreams
  • India: Food Lover's Guide- India
    Home to over a billion people, theres a lot to watch out for if you want to keep your cool in India. Join Virologist Dr Mike Leahy as he travels from the chaotic metropolis of Mumbai to Varanasi, one of the holiest cities in the world. With so many people living in such close quarters, India is also home to a vast population of nasty bugs keen to invade or attack the unwary…and the overly inquisitive. From intestinal hitchhikers to a beetle with a specially developed arsenal of chemical weaponry, follow Dr. Mike through one of the worlds largest and most diverse countries.
  • India: The Girl Who Cried Blood
  • India: Bindis And Beauty Queen
    What is it like growing up as a young second generation Asian woman in Britain? This film follows three girls who have entered Miss India UK 2004, a major event on the Asian calendar. It charts the trials and tribulations faced by the girls and their families as they compete for the title to represent their culture in the UK.
  • India: Stuntmen of Bollywood
  • India: Air Hijack
  • India: The Heart Of Incredible India-Madhya Pradesh
  • India: Secrets Of The King Cobra
    This is an unprecedented journey into the natural history of the wild King Cobras.
  • India
    India’s successful Bollywood film industry relies less on the high-tech gadgetry of its American counterpart Hollywood, and often on the real-life wizardry of the country’s best stuntmen.
  • India: The Apartment Job
    The delayed monsoon rain and food shortage caused the monkeys trying to invade into people's home;some manage to evacuate in time while some don't.
  • India: Return Of The Clouded Leopards
    Cats from the Clouds follows the work of wildlife Photographer Sandesh Kadur and Wild Life Trust of India Vet Dr Bhaskar Choudhury, as they undergo the unique rehabilitation of 2 orphaned Clouded Leopard cubs to their natural jungle habitat. The 2 cubs are hand reared, and taught to live independently before being released back to the jungle. A year on the, team unite to search for the cubs they set free more than a year ago.
  • India: A la Cart - Food in Fast Lane
  • India: Inside Mumbai Terror Attacks
    On 26th November 2008, ten gunmen landed in Mumbai. Over 60 hours the gunmen killed 165 people. This program will revisit those 60 hours.
  • India: The Living Edens- Anamalai-The Elephant Mount
  • India: Anamalai: India Elephant Mountain
    As the Western Ghats fall away into the heat and haze of India's Deep South, a solitary mountain rises up from the hot, dusty plains of Tamil Nadu. Seen from a distance, the mountain's silhouette is uncannily familiar. The sweep of the trunk and character
  • India: Crossing the Himalayas
    Perilous Journeys host Marsh Mokhtari travels across Indias majestic Himalayan Mountain Range over one of the worlds highest motorable passes. The white-knuckle journey starts in the northern India town of Leh, and climbs to more than 5,600 meters in elev
  • India: Air Hijack (IC 814)
    Indian Airlines Flight IC 814 takes off from Kathmandu on its way to New Delhi, India. En route the flight is hijacked by five masked men who have managed to smuggle onboard, guns, knives and grenades.
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