TV SHOWS – CATALOGUE

Uberguide 2 – Episode 1

An adrenalin-charged look at the top ski resorts in Europe and North America, including hot aprés ski action, luxurious mountainside resorts, gourmet restaurants, dazzling shopping and more.


Episode Length: 01:00:00

Year: 2007

Episode: 1 of 8


 

Airdogs 4 – Episode 8

As Rooster struggles to adapt his flight experience to helicopters, Mark aims to finally out perform the veteran pilot. Although Miller is the only one with experience in a helicopter, the two have headed out south to challenge each other on an experimental chopper that simulates plane flight via an onboard computer, possibly giving Rooster back his advantage.


Episode Length: 01:00:00

Year: 2009

Episode: 8 of 1


 

Airdogs 3 – Episode 6

Watch as the Air Dogs relive the history of the worlds first powered aircraft design, the Biplane. Rooster attempts to follow in his father’s footsteps by testing himself on one of the toughest WWII training aircraft, the Tiger Moth; while Miller goes joyriding in a vintage stunt Biplane.


Episode Length: 01:00:00

Year: 2009

Episode: 6 of 2


 

Airdogs 2 – Episode 4

The Air Dogs are on a pilgrimage to the Mecca of gliding, a unique area at the foot of the Rocky Mountains that produces massive thermals. The two want to find out who can surf the “wave” up to the greatest elevation in one of the engineless gliders. Equipped with oxygen tanks and clothing designed protect against the temperatures of Mt. Everest, Miller and Rooster soar into the inhospitable heights of the atmosphere trying to outdo each other.


Episode Length: 01:00:00

Year: 2009

Episode: 4 of 2


 

Airdogs 2 – Episode 2

What self-respecting pilot wouldn’t have a B-25 Mitchell on their fantasy flight list? During the Second World War, B-25s flew in every theatre of war on missions ranging from bombing, to low-level tank busting to anti-shipping attacks. In this episode, the Air Dogs head to Hamilton, Ontario, where Rooster hopes to take a Mitchell for a ride. Meanwhile, Miller gears up to fly another vintage workhorse from the Second World War. The Beech 18 C-45 Expeditor was used for bombing and weapons training, search and rescue operations, light transport and reconnaissance missions as well as communications. The Air Dogs are ready to start their engines, but can they pass their ground school test first?


Episode Length: 01:00:00

Year: 2007

Episode: 5 of 2


 

Airdogs 1 – Episode 2

In this adrenaline-filled episode, the Air Dogs push their skills to the limit. The mission: land a vintage air trainer on the smallest airstrip in the world – the roof of a RV speeding down a short runway at over 90 kilometres an hour. World famous air show pilot Kent Pietch spends time teaching Rooster and Miller the technique, but will all the training help them master such a hairy landing?


Episode Length: 01:00:00

Year: 2007

Episode: 2 of 1


 

Stonehenge Decoded

For centuries, Stonehenge has been a puzzle. There have been many disputed theories about this giant stone circle: the Romans imagined a temple to the sun god Apollo. Medieval legend said it was the work of the wizard Merlin. More recently, some have claimed it is a giant stone computer built to predict the movement of the stars.

But now, at last, we might be close to a real understanding of this iconic Stone Age monument. In a vast new archaeological investigation, Professor Mike Parker Pearson and his team are unearthing evidence that reveals Stonehenge may not have stood in isolation, but was part of one of the largest prehistoric religious complexes in the world. Within this complex they have discovered remains of the largest prehistoric settlement in northern Europe.

And at its centre stood an extraordinary near replica of Stonehenge itself, built not in stone but wood.


Episode Length: 01:30:00

Year: 2008

Episode: 1 of 1


 

Ancient X Files II – The Great Flood

For centuries, people have wondered if accounts describing “a great flood” in dozens of ancient cultures could be evidence of a single catastrophic event. Now, Bulgarian scientists believe they have evidence that reveals not only where such a Great Flood happened, but what caused it. One investigator searches for clues that could reveal the series of events that led to the devastating natural disaster. Then, head to the Scottish highlands where ancient monoliths inscribed with mysterious markings and symbols are scattered across Scotland. Baffling and undecipherable, they have remained one of ancient Britain’s great enigmas. But Dr Rob Lee believes he may have cracked their code and could be on the brink of revealing the language and wisdom of an ancient civilisation.


Episode Length: 01:00:00

Year: 2012

Episode: 6 of 6


 

Ancient X Files II – Sodom and Gomorrah

For centuries, archeologists have searched for these original “cities of sin” supposedly destroyed by the wrath of God. But have the experts been looking in the wrong place all these years? Archaeological excavations have uncovered the scorched remains of ancient pottery shards super-heated in a catastrophic event with the intensity of a nuclear blast. Could this be evidence of a supernatural intervention? Then, head to Italy to explore the darkest secrets of Rome, Venice and Milan as author Nick Pelling attempts to decode what has been called “the most mysterious text in the world” – the Voynich Text. Filled with cryptic lettering and bizarre imagery, the document has stumped historians and code breakers for over a century, but Pelling believes he can succeed where others have failed and finally decode this strange text.


Episode Length: 01:00:00

Year: 2012

Episode: 5 of 6


 

Ancient X Files II – Mystery of Mary Magdalene

In 591, Pope Gregory gave a sermon describing Mary Magdalene as a harlot and this notorious reputation of her has stuck. But in recent years, Mary Magdalene has attracted new attention as some have embraced the idea that she was not only Jesus Christ’s spouse, but also the mother of his children and the victim of the biggest conspiracy in the history of the Church. Join author Margarat Starbird as she sets out to investigate these claims, witnesses a haunting ritual performed by a group that venerates Mary Magdalene as the wife of Christ and examines evidence that women may have played a more significant role in the early Christian church than previously thought.


Episode Length: 01:00:00

Year: 2012

Episode: 4 of 6


 

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