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Get a frightening glimpse of what life would have been like had Britain fallen in World War II with Nazi Britain, a series that examines the experience of the Channel Islands – the only part of the British Commonwealth to come under Adolf Hitler’s terrifying rule.
Search for treasure with the American Pickers, Mike and Frank, as they sift through backyard junk hoping to land the antique jackpot. And watch some Pawn Stars in action, as the Harrison family pursues precious metals at their Gold & Silver Pawn Shop.
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Go on patrol with the Alaska State Troopers, some of the toughest lawmen on the planet, as they brave plummeting temperatures and torrid landscapes to protect the people and animals of America’s largest state.
Discover how some canny criminals managed to make off with King Amenemhat III’s hoard of burial treasure and get away with it for thousands of years, as super-sleuthing documentary, The Egyptian Job, solves an ancient case of robbery.
Whether you love or loathe flying, Why Planes Crash is a show that’ll have you glued to your screen, either in fascination or terror. Find out what happens when something goes wrong on board, and relive a selection of miraculous crash landings and close shaves.
Old wives’ tales and funny fables are put to the test by a mixture of scientific thought and fearless human endeavour as the MythBusters attempt to decipher the dividing line between reality and make believe.
Celebrities are stripped of all their creature comforts, left with nothing but a camera and their thoughts, and told to fend for themselves in Alone In The Wild. A show that truly sorts the men from the boys.
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