Sex with Sunny Megat
Get ready for a fresh take on a very old subject. Sex blogger, pleasure advocate and cyber celebrity Sunny Megatron takes us on a journey into the surprising, underground world of adult play. Through honest conversation and compelling personal stories, everyday people expose their deepest, most intimate fantasies, and nothing is taboo. Frank, funny and always sex-positive, Sunny Megatron just might be the perfect cure for your bedroom blues.
Europe: A Natural Hi
In the historic city of New Orleans, police officers, firefighters and EMTs working the overnight shift answer as many as a thousand emergency calls a night. "Nightwatch" follows multiple sets of partners in the New Orleans Emergency Medical Services unit who cover the intense and unpredictable period from 8 PM to 4 AM as they battle time and circumstance to save lives. The skills, dedication and determination that these critical and dangerous jobs require are on full display nightly while each new traumatic call comes in. As the city's heroes, one thing remains clear - the job of an emergency responder in NOLA is not only about saving lives, it's being there as a support system for the community of people in this diverse and inspiring city.
Railways: The Making
Historian Liz McIvor explores how Britain’s expanding rail network was the spark to a social revolution, starting in the 1800s and through to modern times.
Three Days to Live
The first three days after somebody is abducted are extremely important. Statistically, the chances of finding the abductee alive diminish significantly after the first 72 hours. ``Three Days to Live'' chronicles kidnapping cases, using re-creations and first-hand testimony from authorities and loved ones to illustrate what went on -- from the crucial periods early on in the cases, which all feature females who were taken, through the twists and turns the kidnappings took before reaching their conclusions. Journalist SuChin Pak narrates the hourlong series.
The Century of the S
Adam Curtis' acclaimed series examines the rise of the all-consuming self against the backdrop of the Freud dynasty.To many in both politics and business, the triumph of the self is the ultimate expression of democracy, where power has finally moved to the people. Certainly the people may feel they are in charge, but are they really? The Century of the Self tells the untold and sometimes controversial story of the growth of the mass-consumer society in Britain and the United States. How was the all-consuming self created, by whom, and in whose interests?The Freud dynasty is at the heart of this compelling social history. Sigmund Freud, founder of psychoanalysis; Edward Bernays, who invented public relations; Anna Freud, Sigmund's devoted daughter; and present-day PR guru and Sigmund's great grandson, Matthew Freud.Sigmund Freud's work into the bubbling and murky world of the subconscious changed the world. By introducing a technique to probe the unconscious mind, Freud provided useful tools for understanding the secret desires of the masses. Unwittingly, his work served as the precursor to a world full of political spin doctors, marketing moguls, and society's belief that the pursuit of satisfaction and happiness is man's ultimate goal.
Rich and Acquitted
Some defendants can afford the best defense attorneys in the country. Evidence is twisted to create gaps of doubt. And in the end the defendants are acquitted even when they may appear guilty. Each hour-long episode of the documentary series Rich and Acquitted tells the story of celebrities who use their money to hire the very best legal teams in order to escape sticky legal situations that would destroy any normal defendant. The series will reveal astonishing details about the alleged crimes and see how powerful attorneys begin to try their cases in the press, swaying potential jurors long before the trial even starts. Episodes include cases involving Michael Jackson, OJ Simpson, Snoop Dogg, R. Kelly, Oscar Pistorius and Robert Blake.
The shocking but true story behind the space race and the ruthless, brilliant scientists who fuelled it.The end of the Cold War finally reveals a generation of secrets and cover-ups, bringing a historical opportunity: the unmasking of the true heroes and villains behind the biggest race of mankind.
Ships that Changed t
Mention Belfast’s shipbuilding industry and most people immediately think of the Titanic, but it was just one of nearly 2,000 vessels to come from Harland & Wolff; once the greatest shipyard in the world.BBC Northern Ireland tells the untold story of how Belfast at the fringe of the industrial revolution single-handedly transformed world maritime history in Ships That Changed The World.In this compelling three-part series Colonel Tim Collins embarks on an epic voyage through a century and a half of the yard’s global impact, revealing the characters and personalities that drove the shipyard into the headlines, two world wars, and the centre of a commercial transatlantic shipping race that would lead to both triumph and tragedy.Using an inventory of visual techniques including film projection, digital time-lapse photography and CGI, and featuring lost Titanic footage, this is not just a story about ships, a shipyard or even a city, but of earth-shattering events on a global scale.One of Winston Churchill’s first acts during World War One was to place an order with Harland & Wolff for a complete squadron of fake warships. Two thousand workers converted 14 cargo vessels into deadly “warships” using nothing more than wood and scrap metal in this early attempt at psychological warfare. But Belfast also built some of the biggest battleships in the Navy’s fleet, and the story takes us right up to the era of the supertankers - and the liner the SS Canberra, a ship that won fame from here to Australia to the Falklands.The shipyards of Belfast, and there were more than one, are an integral part of Northern Ireland’s history, one which helped to shape our fortunes, our future, even our sense of humour.This series looks beyond the legacy of the Titanic to reveal the full story of how a small city, tucked away on the Western edge of Europe became the site of the world’s largest and greatest shipyard.Michael Appleton, producer said: “The story of the Titanic is well known, but the fact that tiny Northern Ireland on the far-flung margins of Europe was the biggest player in global shipbuilding is still our ‘secret history’. Belfast produced one in every eight ships afloat on the planet at one time, and even before she built the Titanic, the shipyard really transformed the White Star Line into the biggest name in transatlantic passenger shipping. Director David Starkey employs a restless inventory of surprises to bring this story to life, Glowfrog Studios in London created the CGI effects, and National Museums Northern Ireland provided access to hitherto lost Titanic footage.”Ships That Changed The World is an About Face Media TV production for BBC Northern Ireland. Producer Michael Appleton Writer/director David Starkey.
Back From the Dead
Using cutting-edge forensic techniques on the skeletons of long-dead warriors, this series examines the lives and deaths of soldiers from history.
Traders: Millions by
Conversations With A
Each episode will feature British investigative journalist Julie MacDonald and American psychic medium and ex cop, Bobby Marchesso. They will look into the lives of one infamous serial killer per episode, tracing their lives and attempting to spiritually communicate with these tortured souls, perhaps haunting the locations they frequented when they were alive. Julie and Bobby will track the lives of serial killers Ted Bundy, Aileen Wurnos, Albert DeSalvo (The Boston Strangler), John Wayne Gacy, Jeffrey Dahmer, Richard Trenton Chase, Belle Gunness and Charles Starkweather, visiting the locations where these renowned serial killers lived, worked and preyed on their victims.
Undercover Boss is a multi Emmy Award winning American 2010 reality television series, based on the British series of the same name and produced by Studio Lambert in both countries. Each episode depicts a person who has a high management position at a major business, deciding to become undercover as an entry-level employee to discover the faults in the company. The first series consisted of nine episodes produced in 2009 and first aired on February 7, 2010, on CBS. Companies that appear on the series are assured that the show will not damage their corporate brand.
The Celts: Blood Iro
Anthropologist Prof. Alice Roberts and archaeologist Neil Oliver go in search of the Celts - one of the world's most mysterious ancient people. In Britain and Ireland, we are never far from our Celtic past but in this series Neil and Alice travel much further afield, discovering the origins and beliefs of these Iron Age people in artifacts and human remains right across Europe, from Turkey to Portugal.
The Great British Ye
A portrait of the spectacular, dynamic nature of Britain over the course of one year.
Yukon River Run
Deep in the heart of the Alaskan wilderness, three crews build multi-ton log rafts, and float down the mighty Yukon River, hoping to cash in selling firewood and supplies to the local villages, and survive the wild.
Secrets of China
Prophets of Science
What once was just imagination is now real; what was once the distant future is now around the corner. The “Science Fiction” of the past has now simply become “Science”. And the science of the future was strangely prophesied by a group of visionaries whose dreams once may have deemed them renegades and “mad scientists,” have become reality! Each episode will examine, dissect, measure, scrutinise and celebrate the life; ideas, convictions, philosophies and genius of each legend from the science fiction realm, each of these greats are pillars of the genre, representing the most ground-breaking conceptual viewpoints of their era. Notable for some of today’s greatest sci-fi concepts these scholars will forever be remembered in the minds of the young and old!
High School Moms
Follow the real-life drama at a Colorado high school devoted exclusively to pregnant girls and teen moms. With nursing facilities and a day care center in the building, these girls are given every opportunity to continue their education while tackling the tasks of caring for a baby. Every day brings new challenges to the school’s dedicated teachers and students, as the girls try to balance schoolwork, sonograms, diapers and dreams of a bright future.
Sleuths, Spies & Sor
Pitchmen is an hour long documentary type series that follows the day to day life of infomercial kings Billy Mays and Anthony Sullivan, as they search for inventions that can make it to the big time.
Penelope Keith's Hid
Penelope Keith takes to the road to explore our changing relationship with that most quintessential of British institutions, the village
Murder Among Friends
Most killers act alone. But there’s another type of murder that happens less frequently yet with no less horror. That’s when people decide to kill as a group. Finding the truth becomes its own sort of puzzle when you have a Murder Among Friends.
Oprah: Where Are The
Oprah: Where Are They Now? is an American reality television series on the Oprah Winfrey Network that takes a look back at what happened to some of the biggest headline makers on The Oprah Winfrey Show plus updates on their current life.