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A Very Brady Renovat
The Brady Bunch house is the most beloved home in American TV history -- but it actually never existed because the famous interiors were built entirely on a sound stage. That's all about to change as the cast members who played the six Brady kids team up with eight hosts to transform the property into an accurate re-creation of the iconic home. Tune in September 9th at 9/8c!
Stonehenge is one of the most enigmatic and fascinating historical sites that Britain has to offer, largely because historians have little idea what the huge stone monoliths were for, or how they got there. There's no end of theories, but none of them so far have been conclusive. Recent revolutionary research has just been undertaken which, over the course of four years, has yielded some fascinating insights into the site. Drawing on this new data, archaeologists might finally be able to put to bed some of its mysteries. This two-part programme reveals the project's findings
The Great Christmas
In the first Christmas lights competition of its kind for television, 4 families will compete each week to transform their homes for the holidays in just 21 days. These 20 families were chosen through an extensive nationwide search based on their previous elaborate Christmas light displays, incredible choreography and over-the-top designs.
How Sex Changed the
Food, water and shelter are all necessary to man’s survival. But there’s another powerful need that has transformed history, silently steering us at every turn… sex. HOW SEX CHANGED THE WORLD spans thousands of years and sheds light on how sex has changed history: from Ghengis Khan using it to expand the Mongol Empire to the survival of harems for thousands of years and even how Hoover used it to blackmail top level politicians. Also revealed are the surprising histories behind Cornflakes, WWII pinup girls, car design and so much more. Join us, as we uncover the stories you won’t find in textbooks.
Rock the Park
"Rock the Park" taps into America's love affair with our national parks. Our hosts, Jack Steward and Colton Smith, have made it their life's mission to explore every national park in this country. In the process, they come face to face with nature and push their physical limits as they go off the beaten path to discover some of the most awe-inspiring places on earth. The series is designed to inspire other Americans to seek adventure in the national parks.
Hackers of CypherCon
CypherCon is an annual hacker conference held in Wisconsin that provides hackers with an outlet to openly demonstrate and experience creativity and ingenuity through hands-on enlightening activities, thought provoking presentations and technical projects.
From Willis Tower to One World Trade Center, skyscrapers are emblematic of the world’s great cities. Since their beginnings in the late 19th century, these tall towers have constantly evolved as architects and structural engineers pushed the boundaries of what’s possible. The new Science Channel series, SKYSCRAPERS: ENGINEERING THE FUTURE, puts the spotlight on what the world’s most ambitious cities are doing to transform their skylines with designs that seem to defy gravity. Throughout the series, SKYSCRAPERS: ENGINEERING THE FUTURE unlocks the inner workings of these urban goliaths. From Chicago to London, Melbourne to Tokyo, each episode gives viewers a never-before-seen look at these herculean structures. The 2,722-feet Burj Khalifa in Dubai is not only the tallest building in the world, but the inspiration for a new generation of builders. In Singapore, the famed Marina Bay Sands hotel has challenged the concept of what a building’s function can be, maximizing its connectivity to operate as a modern micro-city. Other SKYSCRAPERS: ENGINEERING THE FUTURE episodes explore: The 1,500 tall Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur and the 88-story landmark Jin Mao Tower in ShanghaiChicago’s 82-story Aqua, a mixed-use skyscraper, and Melbourne’s Eureka Tower, one of the tallest residential buildings in the worldDubai’s Cayan Tower, known for 90-degree twist, and London’s The Shard, the tallest building in the UK
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Man, Fire, Food
Man Fire Food features the inventive ways people cook with fire. From small campfires to creative custom-made grills and smokers, we visit home cooks, pit masters and chefs who are fascinated by fire and food. The smoke signals take host Roger Mooking to Hawaii, wine country in Northern California, New England and the great American South to meet the passionate people who celebrate the building of and cooking over live fire.
Roger Mooking tours the U.S. in a search for the most innovative methods of cooking with fire.
Take Us Home: Leeds
A new docu-series that will give Leeds United fans an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the club’s 2018-19 season as they pushed for promotion under head coach, Marcelo Bielsa, after a 15-year absence from the Premier League. Narrated by academy award winner and avid Leeds United fan Russell Crowe.
Code of the Wild
Two survivalists-turned-wilderness-private-eyes are on a mission to solve history's greatest mysteries in places inaccessible to the common man. Brothers Casey and Chris Keefer use their unique blend of survival and tracking techniques to enter the heart of these dark recesses and pick up the trail that can finally put long-lost legends to rest.
Ghost Brothers: Haun
Best friends Dalen Spratt, Juwan Mass and Marcus Harvey answer desperate pleas from families experiencing paranormal activity in their homes. Their goal? Validate or disprove the paranormal claims and bring peace to the inhabitants — both living and departed.
Inside Europe: Ten Y
Opening the lid on the fierce arguments and clashes of personalities between Europe’s leaders, as they struggled with crises which could have torn the union apart.The latest political box-set from Brook Lapping and acclaimed series producer Norma Percy. In the unique Brook Lapping style, these stories are told by those who were in the room when the key decisions were taken.For the first time, Europe’s Presidents and Prime Ministers and their closest advisers take us back behind closed doors, where they battled night after night to keep the European Union together. The series shows leaders such as French President Nicolas Sarkozy and European Council President Donald Tusk not just as politicians, but passionate people trying to defend their project and their countries - with all the contradictions that involved.- How David Cameron promised a referendum, and his attempts to get a new deal on immigration from Europe in order to win it.- How the Greek financial crisis threatened to spread and destroy not just the Euro, but the world economy. And how the medicine prescribed by the EU increased populism - of both right and left.- How the sudden arrival of hundreds of thousands of migrants in the summer of 2015 put the European project in peril, as the member states disagreed over the solution.
Rob Riggle: Global I
Actor, comedian and retired Marine, Rob Riggle is traveling the globe to unearth some of the world’s greatest legends and mysteries. In his quest for answers to humanity’s biggest questions, Riggle teams up with experts and scholars that help him use history, archaeology, science and more to uncover the truth. He will take on some of the biggest challenges and most daring adventures — from traveling to Scotland in search of The Holy Grail to diving in Greece for the lost city of Atlantis, and jetting off to Key West to look for a pirate’s hidden treasure. Fearless in the pursuit of adventure, Riggle will put new skills to the test, try new delicacies, and meet new people as he travels the globe investigating one epic mystery at a time.
Fixer Upper: Behind
Joanna Gaines shares an in-depth look at how all the design decisions, details and decorating come together before the final reveal of each Fixer Upper house. She also reveals some never-before-seen design elements and shows how she, Chip and her design assistants work to meet their clients' needs and style while overcoming design challenges that pop up along the way.
Unexplained and Unex
Did the Maya Empire relocate to America? How did Merriweather Lewis really die? Where did the Ark of the Covenant end up after being smuggled out of Jerusalem? Explorers Justin Fornal and Emiliano Ruprah use historical maps as well as modern imaging techniques to examine these and other mysteries.
At Home with Amy Sed
Amy Sedaris cordially invites you into her home, where she will show off diverse but necessary homemaking skills, from death-bed etiquette, to gutting a fish, to crocheting miniature sweaters for a mice infestation, to entertaining your husband's business associates. As always, Amy will give it her best shot to entertain guests, increase her know-how and her can-do, and attempt to work out personal issues.