Dangerous Dogs is a documentary series that takes a look at the rise in the number of dog attacks in recent years. The show attempts to find out whether the root cause is irresponsible owners. The cameras follow dog wardens on the front line dealing with dangerous dogs.
Easyjet: Inside the
Britain's biggest low-cost airline is getting ready for its busiest year ever more planes, more routes, more flights and more passengers. Rookie Pilots will follow the ups and downs of easyJet's new recruits as they take to the air for the very first time.
WWE Breaking Ground
Back in Time for Chr
Stacey Dooley in the
Edge of War
Military Channel's all-new original series "EDGE OF WAR" revisits the string of events that paved the way for the world's most critical declarations of war, examining each pivotal decision's unfurling with minute-by-minute storytelling. Hosted by retired U.S. Army General Wesley K. Clark, "EDGE OF WAR" transports viewers into the minds, war rooms, and military operations that shaped the world as we know it. From World War II to Korea, Argentina, and the Middle East, see how leaders brought their countries to the very edge, and learn their motivations in risking it all. The six-episode first season of "EDGE OF WAR" world premieres Tuesday, April 3 at 10 PM E/P on Military Channel. Providing expert commentary throughout "EDGE OF WAR" is host Gen. Wesley K. Clark, a 38-year veteran with the U.S. Army who, during that time, rose to the rank of four-star General and served as NATO's Supreme Allied Commander and Commander in Chief of the United States European Command. In 2001, Gen. Clark penned the best-selling book "Waging Modern War: Bosnia, Kosovo, and the Future of Combat," which offers implications for how NATO's war in Kosovo changed the way war will be waged in decades to come.
This Wild Life
The cameras follow the lives of human and animal families living in Kenya’s Samburu National Reserve. They also follow the story of a safari camp run by wildlife expert Saba Douglas-Hamilton and an elephant conservation charity run by her husband Frank Pope.
The Men Who Built Am
Spans a formative period of history featuring the first 75 volatile years of the United States - from the Revolution through the California Gold Rush - where Daniel Boone, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, John Frémont, Davy Crockett and Andrew Jackson set forth across uncharted land with determination and self-reliance.
UFOs: The Lost Evide
Few have ever heard about the ultra top-secret military base in the remote deserts of Utah known as Area 52. Reports of vanishing aircraft, and UFO's, have convinced investigators that our military knows.
Hailing from Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania, Dan is a veteran of the United States military and the Director of Government Relations at Sahl Communications, Inc. located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. He is the new co-host for "Saving Heroes", a Big Monster Entertainment production that premieres July 26th, 2014 at 9 am on American Heroes Channel. Dan joined the Saving Heroes team as a co-host in order to use his unique perspective to help share the heroes’ stories. His understanding of the word “sacrifice” and familiarity with dedication allow him to identify with the show’s heroes in a way that not many other people can.
Andrew Roberts takes a look at the life of Napoleon as he offers a new insight as he depicts him as an extraordinary, gifted military commander and a mesmeric leader whose private life was full of disappointments and betrayals.
Top of the World
Unique views and the stories behind them are highlighted at some of the most gorgeous and epic locations around the world. From unusual vantage points to once-in-a-lifetime panoramic views, each spot offers an immersive, thrilling experience.
Bering Sea Gold
From Ice to Fire: Th
Helen Czerski explores the incredible science of temperature. She'll take us from a starting point of the simple human sensations of heat and cold deep into the world of molecular physics, fluid dynamics and high-energy plasmas to reveal the mind-bending science that lies at the heart of this most immediate of our senses.She'll reveal that temperature is so much more than a nice hot cup of tea or the cool of a winter breeze. In fact, what we perceive as temperature is just our senses reacting to the vibration of atoms and molecules. But these vibrations have the ability to change the state of matter, forge new elements from old and start reactions that can transform the world in beautifully constructive or horrifically destructive ways.
Walking The Americas
Crime Files the Home
Documentary series following the traffic police as they enforce the law on some of Britain's busiest and most dangerous roads. In the fight against crime the latest weapon the cops have are headcams, tiny cameras which record everything Yorkshire's Regional Roads Crime Team see and allow officers to gather evidence as they work.
A documentary series following a group of veteran and civilian volunteers who travel to Syria and Iraq to fight against ISIS alongside local militias.
British Isles: A Nat
With characteristic passion and enthusiasm, Alan Titchmarsh takes an incredible voyage of discovery - from the frozen summit of Ben Nevis to the white sands of the temperate Isles of Scilly, and from the rain-drenched tip of western Ireland to the dry expanses of East Anglia.To reveal the secrets hidden in the landscape, Alan descends a Yorkshire waterfall twice as high as Niagara Falls, climbs one of the highest mountains in Scotland and goes foraging with red squirrels in Formby. He travels back in time to find hippos roaming through Trafalgar Square, an immense forest that spreads from Land's End to John O'Groats, and prehistoric reptiles swimming in Britain's tropical seas.In an inspiring and compelling series, Alan shows how the British landscape and wildlife have evolved through dramatic geological, climatic and human change, but he also examines the state of the land today and investigates the fresh challenges and responsibilities we face in a future that promises as many spectacular transformations as in the past.
Despised serial killer Brian Wicklow (Matthew Kelly) is the only one who can locate the body of a young woman. But he's spent most of his incarceration playing mind-games with the authorities and talking in riddles. But there may finally be a man who can get to him: a former convict (John Hannah) with a tormented past of his own.