Choices made in the first 72 hours of any survival situation are the most critical. Dual Survival is
back with the next generation of survivalists who are ready to tackle the toughest terrains and
demonstrate how to make it out alive – hopefully within the first 72 hours. Grady Powell and Bill
McConnell will be dropped into survival situations that anyone, anywhere in the world, could one
day encounter. These experts exhibit how the right skills, knowledge and mental attitude can
keep people alive under even the most extreme circumstances. Each episode takes place in a
different remote wilderness location, where Grady and Bill must put aside their philosophical
differences and work together to secure the four key elements of wilderness survival: water,
food, fire and shelter.
Fire and Ice (Chile Part 1) •Take me to the River • Eat or be Eaten
Scorched Earth • On Thin Ice • High and Dry • Cuban Crisis
Saturation Point • Long Way Home (Chile Part 2)
Back for a brand new season, experienced car dealer Mike Brewer and multi-talented mechanic Edd China are tasked with finding and restoring faded iconic cars to sell for a profit. In each episode, Mike sets out to find a motor with money-making potential that he can hand over to Edd to restore back to its former glory. When the cars are finished, the duo take to the tarmac for an exciting final test drive, then Mike attempts to sell the car on for a profit. Making money on used cars is hard at the best of times…will the dynamic driving duo succeed? Mike and Edd are going to risk it all by opening workshops in both the UK and, for the very first time, in America. Wheeler Dealers is going truly global.
In 1980, the US government banned new human occupation in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska, a protected area home to thousands of native animals and pristine terrain spanning roughly the size of South Carolina. Currently, only a handful of families spread across seven permitted cabins are allowed to remain in the refuge. Within less than one hundred years, all remaining permits will reach expiration, and there will be no human presence left. The Last Alaskans documents the lives of some of the most isolated people in America – the last of their kind – as they struggle and thrive in Alaska’s untouched wilderness located hundreds of miles from roads, civilisation and each other.
This two series collection brings all the action of Deadliest Catch Series 11 and 12 together. It’s an adrenaline fuelled journey and we are along for the ride!
The 13-time Emmy® Award-winning series returns for its 11th Season and the fearless captains of the Bering Sea are back. This year they must lean on their brethren to survive. But just how far will they push their crabbing brotherhood? Massive storms, a super typhoon and new regulations will change all the rules. With great risks come even greater opportunities, and for those willing to put it all on the line, it means an even bigger payoff.
For the past eleven years, the veteran captains of the Bering Sea have carved their living in one of the world’s most dangerous fisheries, risking it all including their lives. But this year, a new generation is stepping up and claiming their seat at the table. But do they have the drive and guts that it takes to become a legend? What the young guys lack in experience, they make up for in drive and eagerness. This season, Deadliest Catch welcomes a new skipper to town. Just 23 years-old, Sean Dwyer of the Brenna A is the youngest captain ever in the history of the series. Jake Anderson takes his first full season at the helm of the Saga. Now that he’s been given a shot, he needs to prove his worth as a leader. Meanwhile on the Cornelia Marie, young skipper Josh Harris steps out of the shadows to claim his birthright on the legendary vessel once commanded by his father, the late Captain Phil Harris.