Planet Earth is specific for it’s large number of mysterious, intriguing and exceptionally exiting shows each week. Starting from shows revolving around the history of the world such as Nazi Hunters and Conquistadors, exploring disasters and potential disasters in Mayday and Dangerous Flights, searching for new treasures in Salvage Hunters, Cash Cowboys and Treasure Divers, and traveling around in an eco-friendly way in Earth Tripping, Planet Earth has it all. Why watch 11 different channels when you can watch only one!
With high attrition and a constant shortage of men and women up to the task, this series will follow a class of new correction officers in the California prison system as they begin their 60-day probation period. Statistically, only 1 in 4 will make it past these first 60 days. While we'll see character development over the course of a season, each episode will be self-contained and highlight a new task that they're tackling for the first time. These tasks may include executing a cell search of suspected gang members, breaking up a fight between rival drug dealers who are out for blood, or working their first solo shift to cover a "pod" of inmates where they will be outnumbered 75 to 1. They will be keeping an eye on some of the country's most violent offenders as they adjust to life behind bars.
Join the Cash Cowboys for an incredible coast-to-coast adventure as they rummage through barns, basements, attics, and sheds in search of hidden treasure. Professional ‘pickers’ Sheldon and Scott will buy anything from motorbikes and memorabilia, to folk art and rare albums, and just about anything else they can make a profit on. But it’s not just about the money: it’s about a passion for the past—and the thrill of the hunt.
Biomimicry is the science of borrowing nature’s evolutionary adaptations and applying them to the human world. Natural blood thinners from bat saliva, anaesthetic from mosquitos, antibiotics in bee honeycomb, and cryogenic secrets from the blood of amphibians – there’s a new world to discover, if you know how to look.
This is not a story about the glory of Rome. It's the story of the millions who rise and fight for freedom in the shadow of absolute power, and the few who led the charge. The empire calls them Barbarians - tribes beyond the fringe of civilization that live a primitive, brutish and violent existence. But these peoples are also some of the fiercest warriors in history - men and women who refuse to bow to ruthless oppression, launching an epic saga of resistance that ushers in the fall of Rome and shapes the world to come.
In the desolate northern territory of the Australian Outback lies a vast wilderness called Kakadu, roamed by the Aborigines for 40,000 years and bordered by three rivers: the East, West and South Alligator Rivers. This part of the Outback has attracted the most extreme of characters for centuries: in the 1800s bushrangers, English prisoners with the best survival skills, escaped from city prisons and made this part of the country their new stomping grounds. But it wasn't the escaped convicts that struck fear into the locals; it was and still is, the "Salties", the massive salt water crocodiles known as the biggest, baddest reptiles on the planet. This adrenaline filled series follows a team of charismatic Aussies, as they manage and cull this highly protected species. Brave hunters cull the predators during a legitimate annual hunting season. The truly daring help manage the population by capturing prized croc eggs, swooping down on nests from helicopters flown by bush pilots-- and wading into waste deep waters, armed only with sticks for protection. It's a world as insular, beautiful and packed with frontier history as Louisiana's Swamp-- and one made even more exciting by its sheer distance from civilization.