Rob, Chanel and Sterling look for some `Everyday Peens', encounter `Dog Bombing' and check out some people who have serious `Motor Skills'.
The Browns prepare for Christmas, demonstrating how - when it comes to the festive season - their holiday traditions are just as unique as their wilderness lifestyle.
Alaskan Bush People
Ray visits the Cevennes National Park in southern France, one of the country's most uninhabited regions. He meets Laurent, a farmer whose family have grown chestnut trees for generations, before setting up a campfire to cook some of the nuts to make soup. He then chats to a beekeeper who builds traditional hives from tree trunks, and then he heads off in search of wolves - an animal that was once common in this area - and learns how vultures have been successfully reintroduced to the region.
Wild France with Ray Mears
A Harry Potter fan shops for a magical dress, and a Goth rock bride wants a black dress for her masquerade ball reception.
Say Yes to the Dress: UK
The cold-blooded dictators who do not care for the value of life so much as they do achieving their selfish motives of domination, power, and immortality.
Ancient Top Ten
Dallas Campbell uses science to reveal the humiliating and painful potential of disasters involving monster truck jumps and adults riding children's scooters.
Science of Stupid
The death of a 26-year-old woman found shot inside her home. The medical examiner declared it a suicide, but a determined investigator took another look at the case after two people close to the victim each had a very different story to tell.
Shadow of Doubt
Shaggy and the gang visit the Scooby Snacks factory, where they battle with a slimy sludge monster that is haunting the building.
What's New Scooby-Doo?
Four new bladesmiths compete for a chance to forge a Hunga Munga, a four-edged behemoth of a weapon.
Forged in Fire
How a vicious attack on 32-year-old mother-of-three Frankie Cochran saw her survive to identify her assailant, David Gerard. Extracts of his DNA led officers to two unsolved murders committed six years apart.
Your Worst Nightmare