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Bulldog Drummond's Peril

1h 06m

In this episode captain Drummond tries to find the killer of various people. All assassinations were provoked by a diamond of great value, but Drummond will face the danger.

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Broadway Limited

1h 14m

A publicity stunt staged on a train known as the Broadway Limited creates problems because of an unknown baby that was part of the stunt.

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Arctic Quest

56m 30s

Polar Adventurer Geoff Wilson plans to kite-ski the entire 2,200km length of the Greenland ice sheet. He’s expecting sub-zero blizzards, hidden mile-deep crevasses and predatory polar bears, but Geoff’s biggest challenge will be his partner: he’s bringing along a rookie – his son-in-law, Simon.

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Arctic Quest

56m 30s

Polar Adventurer Geoff Wilson plans to kite-ski the entire 2,200km length of the Greenland ice sheet. He’s expecting sub-zero blizzards, hidden mile-deep crevasses and predatory polar bears, but Geoff’s biggest challenge will be his partner: he’s bringing along a rookie – his son-in-law, Simon.

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Overland Season 15 Episode 4 – In the middle of Oasis and sandstorms

50m 10s

At the legendary Jade Gate, we leave behind us Han China and enter the land of the Uyghur, the Muslim population that inhabits the North West of China. The most adventurous part of the journey awaits us: the exploration of the Taklamakan Desert with the tallest dunes in the world and the powerful sandstorms caused by the torrid Karaburan wind. The southern track of the Silk Road features a series of important Oasis-Cities that are irrigated by the water coming from the glaciers of the Kunlun.

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Overland Season 15 Episode 6 – On the border of four States

50m 50s

Once we reach Urumqi, the capital of the Autonomous Region of Xinjiang, our attention will be focused on the population that lives in this area of China, which is mainly Muslim in cultural and religious terms. Although the Han represent the majority, the Uyghurs insist on having their own state. The journey continues in the territory to the North of Urumqi and our encounter with thousand of oil wells shows the great race for the exploitation of the territory.

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Overland Season 15 Episode 1 – Beijing

49m 50s

Overland’s journey starts from Beijing, which has now become one of the most modern cities in the world. With its peaceful daily invasion of tourists and visitors Tiananmen Square has changed radically, like it had on every previous occasion Overland passed through it: in 1985 with 3 fiat pandas in a sea of bicycles, in 1989 with the Itala shortly before the student protests, in 1999 with the orange trucks and in 2005 with the bicycles, in a square which was then full of motorised vehicles.

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Overland Season 15 Episode 3 – Gansu corridor

49m 58s

From Lanzhou, after passing the Yellow River, we head back up the Gansu corridor, an obligatory step to head West amongst the final dunes of the Gobi desert to the North an the snow-capped mountains of Qilian Shan to the South. There will be numerous historical and artistic testimonies, which were in part described by Marco Polo who lived here for a bout a year.

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Overland Season 15 Episode 5 – On the Northern Silk Road

51m 21s

The journey on the Southern Silk Road continues from Hotan and ends in Kashgar, which in ancient times was considered the city with the largest open-ait market in the known world. Today the extraordinary bazar is relegated to a covered pavilion surrounded by huge buildings. Kashgar is the starting point for the Northern branch of the Silk Road that will lead us to Turpan over a series of new roads, modern cities and stretches of the ancient track with ruins of the abandoned ancient dwellings.

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Overland Season 15 Episode 8 – Genghis Khan and Inner Mongolia

52m 30s

We continue along a route amongst the sand dunes of the Badain Jaran desert. Mongolia presents its most well known but most shocking side: in a single valley we counted 49 coal- fired power stations. The Genghis Khan Mausoleum tells the story of this great historic character, who played a huge role in China’s, while the Taoist monastery Wudang reveals the Buddhist religion of the population.

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Overland Season 15 Episode 7 – From the Altai to the Gansu

50m 48s

The Altai Mountains offers us forests, Kazakh tents, grazing animals, Siberian and Mongolian ethnic minorities. The Uyghurs, the ancient inhabitants of the territory, are mainly concentrated in the large cities and dedicate themselves mainly to trade and their families. The Kanas Natural Reserve, with its marvellous eponymous lake, has been transformed into a story of Chinese Switzerland, given the incredible similarity of the buildings in the vast pine forests.

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Overland Season 15 Episode 2 – Xi'an, where the Silk Roads start

50m 17s

With its splendid testimonies of grandeur, the city of Xi'an offers travellers the Terracotta Warriors and the Wild Goose Pagoda. Here Buddhism spread easily thanks to the enormous quantity of people who coexisted in a single territory, despite being of different religions. Even now Muslims organise markets full of culinary resources and trading stalls.

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Penny Black

1h 23m

Self-centered twenty-something Penny Black (Astra McLaren) travels around New Zealand in an attempt to save her job and opulent lifestyle. Along the way she meets a guy name Guy (Anton Tennet); who makes her slow down and question the world.

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Ice Trap

1h 50m

This voyage to the centre of the ice is the breath-taking tale of a polar scuba diving expedition in Greenland. August 2012. It’s the end of the Arctic summer. Two adventurers are drifting in their sea kayaks among gigantic blocks of ice carried south by the East Greenland Current. They intend to travel between the only two communities on one of the world’s wildest coastlines. Ittoqqortoormiit is the starting point of an intense 1000-kilometer-long human adventure!

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Ice Trap

1h 50m

This voyage to the centre of the ice is the breath-taking tale of a polar scuba diving expedition in Greenland. August 2012. It’s the end of the Arctic summer. Two adventurers are drifting in their sea kayaks among gigantic blocks of ice carried south by the East Greenland Current. They intend to travel between the only two communities on one of the world’s wildest coastlines. Ittoqqortoormiit is the starting point of an intense 1000-kilometer-long human adventure!

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Blue World - Season 5 Episode 04 - Cave Training in the Bahamas

24m 00s

Cave diving is the most difficult and dangerous type of diving, so the training to become a certified cave diver is arduous. This episode documents Jonathan’s actual cave training in the Bahamas and follows him as he learns how to dive safely in the overhead environment of a cave in an attempt to earn his full cave diver certification.

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Nomads Seeking Adventure 304 - Kitesurfing Tahiti

26m 00s

This episode of Nomads joins famous surf photographer, John Bilderback and his wife Alexis, on a kitesurfing adventure in beautiful Tahiti. Accompanied by a number of pro kitesurfers including: Sky Solbach, Kristin Boese and island native, Moehau Goold, this Tahitian adventure is set to be a breathtakingly beautiful journey for the unusual, and increasingly popular, sport of kitesurfing.

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Backstreet Atlas

22m 26s

Zach was born in Boston, Adam in New York. They met over a decade ago through a shared love of skateboarding. One summer, they skated from Boston to New York. Using a network of friends, friends of friends, and strangers they skated from town to town and filmed everything along the way in order to rediscover their small part of the world. Backstreet Atlas is part documentary, part skate video, and part modern urban travelogue. Good trips, times, and people aren't hard to come by.

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Teach me to Fly

51m 42s

Céline dreams of becoming a helicopter pilot. Attend the course and work as a flight attendant. Difficult but fundamental job, because flight attendants are the “eyes on the ground” of the pilots. The documentary ventures with her into a little known and not very feminine world. An exciting journey also made up of adventure and breathtaking images.

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The Legendary Pacific Coast

23m 37s

Greg Grainger visits the famed wine region of Hunter Valley in harvest time, explores the majestic waterways of Port Stephens by kayak, enjoys fresh oysters and fishing on the Great Lakes and has very special experiences with dolphins, seals and turtles.

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Sessions: King Island

4m 54s

Located in the notoriously windy Bass Strait between Victoria and Tasmania, King Island can produce some of the best beach breaks in the world. This adventure with Harry Bryant and crew showed just how good!

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281 Days

50m 10s

In March 2007, Dutch adventurist Ralph Tuijn attempted to become the first person to row solo across the Pacific Ocean unassisted. Departing from Callao Peru, and leaving his wife and daughter behind for more than nine months, Ralph faced the effects of La Nina, a broken water-maker, and rotten food provisions – leaving him with little or no food or fresh water in the middle of the Pacific Ocean

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281 Days

50m 10s

In March 2007, Dutch adventurist Ralph Tuijn attempted to become the first person to row solo across the Pacific Ocean unassisted. Departing from Callao Peru, and leaving his wife and daughter behind for more than nine months, Ralph faced the effects of La Nina, a broken water-maker, and rotten food provisions – leaving him with little or no food or fresh water in the middle of the Pacific Ocean

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Cerulean Blue

1h 12m

An introvert's urgent road trip to reclaim his lost love is derailed when he meets a free-spirited woman who challenges all of his ideals

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Nomads Seeking Adventure 303 - Mountain Biking the Alps

25m 59s

This episode of Nomads will spend more time with Team Cannondale and riders Mick Hannah, Wayne Goss, and George Ryan as they set out on a wild ride through Europe, exploring every different aspect of mountain biking that Europe has to offer. Again, Nomads will go from the single track and big dirt jumps, to meeting with dealers, going to trade shows and meeting the fans. This journey will truly allow the viewer to dive into the life of a pro mountain biker in the home of all mountain sports.

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Blue World - Season 5 Episode 02 - Muck Diving in Florida + Iceland…The World’s Clearest Water

24m 00s

Jonathan travels to Iceland to investigate a giant crack in the ground filled with frigid runoff from melting glaciers. It’s rumored to be the clearest water in the world. But to find out, Jonathan has to brave some very cold water. Next, he heads down to sunny Florida, not to dive a coral reef or a spectacular shipwreck, but to dive in shallow, murky water under a busy bridge. This secret spot is home to some of the ocean’s most remarkable, and weird, animals.

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Blue World - Season 5 Episode 01 - Tiger Sharks in the Bahamas + Crystal Cave of Abaco, Bahamas

23m 59s

In the series pilot, host Jonathan Bird travels to the Bahamas, where, in the past few years, diver interactions with Tiger sharks have become up close and personal. These large and dangerous animals are not only being hand-fed, but actually handled by divers. Jonathan learns how to flip a Tiger shark from experienced shark handlers. Next, Jonathan joins world-renown cave explorer Brian Kakuk to investigate the Crystal Cave of Abaco, Bahamas…

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Nomads Seeking Adventure 307 - Freestyle Snowmobile Madness Across America

26m 00s

The world’s best freestyle snowmobilers tour in Alaska to perform for their fans. Long time pro Ryan Britt struggles to perform the death defying back flip in front of his home crowd while newcomer Nathan Moncrief copes with the struggles of being a newcomer. While touring in Alaska the whole group drives to Valdez, the home of extreme snowmobiling, for some fun in the deepest snow these flatlanders have ever seen!

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Blue World - Season 5 Episode 03 - Tiger Shark as a Camera Operator + Florida Cave Diving

23m 59s

Jonathan joins an expedition to recruit a new Blue World camera operator in the form of a 1,000 pound Tiger shark! Working with experienced shark handlers, he puts a camera on the dorsal fin of the shark to see what it can film all by itself. But will Jonathan get his camera back? Next, he joins an experienced cave diver to explore a famous underwater cave in Northern Florida (USA).

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The Zone - Post atomic journey

1h 22m

The movie directors, Alessandro Tesei and Pierpaolo Mittica , joined a group of young Ukrainians stalkers and penetrate in Chernobyl exclusion zone, filming one of the most incredible and adventurous trip ever made.

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The Zone - Road To Chernobyl

1h 22m

The movie directors, Alessandro Tesei and Pierpaolo Mittica , joined a group of young Ukrainians stalkers and penetrate in Chernobyl exclusion zone, filming one of the most incredible and adventurous trip ever made.

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Wonders of Victoria

23m 14s

From Portland with its tuna fishing and swimming with seals. To Bendigo and its vintage trams. Also MILDURA and the mighty Murray River and its paddle steamers. To Falls Creek and yoga in the snow. As well, West Wyalong: historic wool sheds, sunset on Lake Cowal.

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Surviving the Fundy Footpath

24m 36s

Surviving the Fundy Footpath' is an adventure doc that follows mega-novice Bruce Persaud, a city slicker from Toronto, with zero camping experience, as he attempts to complete one of Canada's toughest multi-day hikes, the treacherous Fundy Footpath. Bruce was accompanied by a team of veteran guides including 70-year-old footpath founder Alonzo Leger, his son and current trail master, Marc Leger and locally famous environmental scientist Ben Phillips.

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Surviving the Fundy Footpath

24m 36s

Surviving the Fundy Footpath' is an adventure doc that follows mega-novice Bruce Persaud, a city slicker from Toronto, with zero camping experience, as he attempts to complete one of Canada's toughest multi-day hikes, the treacherous Fundy Footpath. Bruce was accompanied by a team of veteran guides including 70-year-old footpath founder Alonzo Leger, his son and current trail master, Marc Leger and locally famous environmental scientist Ben Phillips.

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Animal Instinct - Episode 3

23m 38s

Animals and nature instinctively brought together in a visually stimulating format. A beautiful collection of creatures great and small from across the planet. A relaxing easy to digest series suitable for the entire family - a feast for the eyes and ears. Brilliant images set to emotive music.

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Altai

19m 33s

Altai - An Unexpected Fortune' - In Spring 2014 the Austrian and German ski alpinists David Pitschmann, Fabian Lentsch, Joi Hoffmann, Michael Trojer and Jakob Schweighofer headed to the remote Russian Altai Mountains in hope to discover a skier's paradise. After a long travel they found themselves again in a tiny woodshed at the sidelines of a Russian farmers' village called Kurai, having no idea what is going to happen next.

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Greg Grainger - Wildest Antarctica

57m 42s

Wildest Antarctica documents the chilling beauty and grandeur of this labyrinth of ice and snow and the wild creatures that have adapted to an icy existence. Capturing the true essence of the Antarctic, this programme highlights the key behaviours of the penguin colonies and the majestic creatures of the deep in their fight for survival.

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Omar & Salma 3

1h 36m

Omar and Salma learn that their daughters have been kidnapped by a mafia cell based in South Africa compelling the pair to undergo a series of adventures in that part of the world.

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Ben Cropp - Australia's Wild North

52m 00s

Ben Cropp and his sons, Dean and Adam explore from their vessel, Freedom ll, the vast and remote coastline of Australia’ s far north. Ben visits his dream place, what he feels is the most spectacular and beautiful place in all of Australia.

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Ben Cropp - Sea snakes of the marion reef

52m 03s

The sea snake, serpent of the sea, is a highly venomous creature, its venom is ten times more potent than the cobra. Many native fishermen die from sea snake bites in the islands north of Australia, but, fatalities are rare in Australi. Marine scientists accompany Ben Cropp on his vessel “Freedom” to Marion Reef.

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Ben Cropp - Coral Sea: Emerald Isles in a raimbow sea

52m 02s

In the Coral Sea, east of Queensland and south of the Solomons lie many plateaus of coral that rise to the surface and are capped with coral islands. Ben Cropp and his team scuba dive these crystal waters with wonderful coral gardens, big fish, and many sharks, that go into a feeding frenzy when food is available.

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Ben Cropp - Exploring Cape York

52m 04s

The third film in the series of adventures undertaken by Ben Cropp and his two sons, Dean and Adam, around the top end of Australia’s wilderness. Here Ben catches mud crabs in Princess Charlotte Bay, and shows how he can immobilise the formidable claws by caressing the crab and putting it to sleep.

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Ben Cropp - The Kimberley coast

52m 10s

Ben Cropp and his sons, Dean and Adam explore from their vessel, Freedom II, the vast and remote coastline of Australia's far north. It’s an adventure along the top end - Cape York, The Gulf of Carpentaria, Arnhem Land, and the Kimberly coast.

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Ben Cropp - Plight of the pelican

52m 03s

Join Ben Cropp as he explores different breeding grounds of the pelicans such as the barren islands where they lay their eggs, to the rivers where many predators such as crocodiles and eagles prey on the young chicks. This film attempts to track the life of flocks of pelicans through an entire cycle of seasons.

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Ben Cropp - Silent warriors

52m 01s

In 1942, the most bloody battle between the Japanese and the Allied Forces took place on the idyllic Solomon Islands north-east of Australia. 26,000 lives were lost. On expeditions which led to the Solomons from northern Australia via the Great Barrier Reef, Ben Cropp has explored many such wrecks in detail

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Ben Cropp - The corals Reefs are dying

56m 03s

Ben Cropp looks at the alarming deterioration of coral reefs around the world, caused by man's interference and pollution. Some countries have already ruined their coral reefs. Scientists predict that within 40 years two-thirds of the world's coral reefs will be dead.

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Ben Cropp - The elusive mermaid

52m 02s

The Dugong is an elusive animal, thought to have given rise to the legend of the mermaid. Around the world, Dugong have been hunted to near extinction. Australia is their last sanctuary, and even here they are on the decline from gill netting and indigenous hunting.

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Ben Cropp - Wonders of a billabong

52m 02s

For this adventure, Ben selects the best billabong he has seen just outside Litchfield National Park in Northern Territory. This tropical billabong swarms with life. Filming in HD, Ben captures its pristine scenic beauty, amazing wildlife, their specialised behaviour and the drama of predator versus prey that is a daily battle in what appears a tranquil lagoon.

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Ben Cropp - Where ocean giants meet

51m 33s

Ben Cropp and his team witness the close of the last whaling operation in Australia and dive with the great white sharks that are drawn to the slaughter. ben follows the migratory path of the whales to shark bay, where the ocean giants truly meet.here on underwater dives they encounter grey nurse sharks, great white sharks, a rare leatherback turtle, and a herd of dugong.

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Holtanna

51m 55s

In the heart of the Antarctic, at the foot of the Holtanna mountain range, in the land of Queen Maud, four adventurers, all mountain professionals, are attempting to make the first base jump on the continent.Amongst them are Géraldine Facnacht, professional snowboarder and base jumper; Sébastien Collomb-Gros, skier and base jumper; Manu Pellissier, guide and Himalayan specialist; Sam Beaugey, polar expedition guide and base jumper.

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Horizontal Snow

27m 28s

Adventures and explorations in Himalaya and Canadian Great North. A documentary series drove by Jean Troillet, the Swiss mountain guide and veteran climber who made the achievement to climb 10 peaks over 8000 metres without oxygen.

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Karun

58m 00s

Karun: Misadventures On Iran’s Longest River' - British adventurers Tom Allen and Leon McCarron set out to follow Iran’s longest river, the Karun, by human powered means. Their aim is to go beyond the politics and explore the culture and geography of this most misunderstood of nations and have a great adventure doing so. But despite Tom’s previous experience of travel in Iran, they find that cultural differences run deeper than they’d realised.

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