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    Science of the Movies

    Science of the Movies

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    SCIENCE OF THE MOVIES shows viewers the science behind some of today's hottest films. Host Nar Williams acts as film's scientific guinea pig: highlighting the equipment in visual effects and computer graphics and interviewing award-winning artists as well as technicians responsible for inventing the equipment. Get ready to be on the cutting edge of cinematography.moreless
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    Clash of the Dinosaurs

    Clash of the Dinosaurs

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    Discovery Channel (Mini-Series 2009)
    This show explores dinosaurs inside and out to reveal their structures and the lives they lived.
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    Commanders At War

    Commanders At War

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    Discovery Channel (ended 2009)
    This series profiles the life experiences of the most gifted military commanders in modern history. Each week, a critical battle is examined and the tactics employed by the commanders on both sides are detailed.moreless
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    Rise of the Video Game

    Rise of the Video Game

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    Rise of the Video Game explores the world of video games from the Atari 2600 to the highly advanced technologies like the Playstation 3 and X-box 360. Rise of the Video Game also takes a look at how video games have become a cultural phenomenon as well as a source of entertainment.moreless
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    Extreme Engineering

    Extreme Engineering

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    Each episode of Extreme Engineering features a major construction and engineering project. Some projects are completed ones, like the new Hong Kong airport. Other projects are those under construction like the Gotthard Base Tunnel under the Alps. Still other episodes showcase futuristic projects that may never be built, like the Transatlantic Tunnel. Most episodes examine possible disaster scenarios that could threaten the projects. Note: The series airs under the name Kings of Construction in some countries outside of the U.S.moreless
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    The New Detectives

    The New Detectives

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    The New Detectives is a joint effort between The Discovery Channel and Dominion Pictures. The two decided to tell the stories of men and women using science to bring killers to justice and justice to victim’s families. The New Detectives evolved during a time in witch the science of crime solving was growing rapidly. This series brought life to the show The FBI Files.moreless
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    JFK: Inside the Target Car

    JFK: Inside the Target Car

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    In this special one-hour event, forensics scientists prove that the bullet that killed President John F. Kennedy was fired from the Texas School Book Depository.
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    The Real NCIS

    The Real NCIS

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    Get an inside look at one of the top investigative agencies in the world - The Naval Criminal Investigative Service or NCIS. In each episode, special agents will attempt to solve the toughest, most compelling cases from NCIS files around the globe using forensic science, undercover stings, and psychological profiling. Prepare to share in the highs and lows of each investigation.moreless
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    Who Was Jesus?

    Who Was Jesus?

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    Who Was Jesus? is a Discovery Channel documentary series that features a collaborative effort between experts in a variety of fields to provide an informed portrait of the world Jesus Christ lived in with more detail and accuracy than ever before. Jesus Christ is surrounded with mythology and mystery, and for such an important figure in modern society we really know very little about him and the places he existed. This series brings together expert commentators from the fields of science, archeology, and history to promote a contemporary conversation on what Jesus' world really looked like, what likely happened to him in his early, less-documented years, and how he influenced the political climate of the time. We can clearly see the effect Jesus has had on the centuries since his death, but the effect he had on his own time remains shrouded in mystery. In Who Was Jesus?, modern technology and leaders in a variety of fields discuss the areas of Jesus' life we know so little about.moreless
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    The Dan Ho Show

    The Dan Ho Show

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    Learn how to simplify your life and improve the health of your body and soul through the guidance of Dan Ho in this Discovery Channel show. Dan will inspire you to uncover and express your own singular style.moreless
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    After the Catch

    After the Catch

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    Join Mike Rowe as he hosts this 4-part mini-series follow-up to the Deadliest Catch. The many popular deck-hands and captains get together to tell their tales and share their experiences on the high seas.moreless
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    Corwin's Quest

    Corwin's Quest

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    This is Jeff Corwin doing his classic critter-chasing thing, only this show focuses on a theme for each episode, rather than locations as in "The Jeff Corwin Experience." For example, the first episode has the theme "sound" and is about experiencing the bellow of an alligator. The second episode's theme is "extremes" and centers on surviving a desert crossing with a camel.moreless
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    Perfect Disaster

    Perfect Disaster

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    When all the right conditions come together, they can result in the perfect disaster – a storm that is larger and more dangerous than normal. Perfect Disaster explores these 6 “impossible” storms and the possible outcomes if one were to hit a major city.moreless
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    How Stuff Works

    How Stuff Works

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    The popular website www.howstuffworks.com comes to television. This show explores the stuff that keeps the world running.
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    How Stuff Works

    How Stuff Works

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    Discovery Channel (ended 2009)
    Go deep into the inner workings of everyday things with this TV version of the website www.howstuffworks.com. This series originally premiered online, and debuted on the Discovery Channel on November 13, 2008.moreless
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    Everest: Beyond the Limit

    Everest: Beyond the Limit

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    Discovery Channel (ended 2009)
    In April and May 2006, eleven determined climbers from all over the world, and one veteran guide, took to the world's tallest peak in an attempt to reach the summit. Partially filmed with cameras mounted to Sherpas' helmets, and two camerapersons who also summited with high-altitude cameras, this six-part production offers an amazing, unflinching look at this incredible expedition through a zeroing in on the experiences of six of the climbers. Packed with plenty of edge-of-your seat intensity and footage with perspectives never before seen, this series is a must-see for HD television fanatics. Broadcast History: Season One – Tuesdays at 10:00 pm Season Two – Tuesdays at 10:00 pm followed by the companion show Everest: After the Climb at 11:00 pm Season Three – Sunday 12/27/2009 8-11:00 pm episodes one-three, Wednesday 12/30/2009 9-11:00 pm episodes four and five (all times E/P)moreless
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    Doing Da Vinci

    Doing Da Vinci

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    Mythbusters meets The Da Vinci Code in this Discovery Channel series in which a rocket scientist, a Hollywood special effects expert, and a run-of-the-mill inventor attempt to construct the Italian artist's designs from his 15th century journals.moreless
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    Going Tribal

    Going Tribal

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    Extreme explorer and former Royal Marine Bruce Parry scours the globe in search of ancient tribes as he tests his limits while living alongside people in the world’s most remote areas.
    Going Tribal follows Parry as he sheds his Western cultural accouterments and fully immerses himself in each society for a month’s time. He is accompanied by a translator and does his best to learn the basics of tribal language. He must learn to hunt and cook using traditional methods as taught to him by his hosts.
    Going Tribal offers a unique look into some of the world’s most isolated peoples and disappearing tribes, exposing the viewers to languages and customs like never before.moreless
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    Inside Planet Earth

    Inside Planet Earth

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    The Discovery Channel uses computer-generated imagery to depict what it looks like in the Earth's molten core and its magnetic layers.
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    How William Shatner Changed the World

    How William Shatner Changed the World

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    From flip phones to medical imaging, William Shatner lists these and many other examples of how the fictional U.S.S. Enterprise influenced the world of science in reality in this two-hour documentary. The special is based on Shatner's book "I'm Working on That," and features interviews with some of the famous inventors who were inspired by Star Trek.moreless
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