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National Geographic Channel


  • Hollowed Out Hope show

    Hollowed Out Hope

    Al’s truck has a 10,000-lb. payload, but it may not be enough to show a valuable burl who’s boss.

  • Where's the Water? show

    Where's the Water?

    Rival clam diggers and a struggling economy add to Andy and Jim’s paycheck woes.

  • The War of Worms show

    The War of Worms

    Things turn nasty when Jim’s son tries to encroach on the senior wormers’ territory.

  • Diving The Labyrinth show

    Diving The Labyrinth

    Diving The Labyrinth

  • Motion Control show

    Motion Control

    Cameraman Martin Dorhn describes the "Frankencam" he used to film army ants up close and personal.

  • Innovation on the ISS show

    Innovation on the ISS

    The research taking place on the International Space Station is providing valuable information and breakthroughs for life on th...

  • Make it Rain show

    Make it Rain

    Kal Penn discusses how we can make it rain with jets.

  • Shark Eden show

    Shark Eden

    Shark Eden

  • Free Falling show

    Free Falling

    Tree frogs are a truly remarkable species.

  • Trapped by Elephants show

    Trapped by Elephants

    After tracking elephants undetected, cameraman Bob Poole gets stuck in the middle of two elephant herds.

  • Comets Through the Ages show

    Comets Through the Ages

    How comets were perceived throughout history and art is explored.

  • Slow Drowning show

    Slow Drowning

    Cameraman Bob Poole could only watch as a wildebeest became stuck in the river and drowned.

  • Earth From Above show

    Earth From Above

    We view Earth from space and examine the traces of life on its surface.

  • Jungle Camera show

    Jungle Camera

    Martin talks about filming in the jungle with delicate equipment.

  • Imagining the 4th Dimension show

    Imagining the 4th Dimension

    The many ways that the infinite universe may be shaped is discussed.

  • The Songs of Whales show

    The Songs of Whales

    The songs of whales are just beginning to be deciphered.

  • Lost Crew show

    Lost Crew

    Crew gets lost trying to drive through Africa to find Kob.

  • A Nuclear Reality show

    A Nuclear Reality

    A reflection on the proliferation of nuclear weapons.

  • Four Seasons show

    Four Seasons

    Katie Bauer describes treacherous weather conditions and problems in the Falklands.

  • T. rex Autopsy Trailer show

    T. rex Autopsy Trailer

    At 13 metres long, nearly 2 metres wide and lying lifeless in a specially constructed biology lab, the world’s first full-siz...