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National Geographic Channel

Diana: In
Her Own Words

Tuesday August 15 at 7.30pm

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The State

Wednesdays from 23 AUGUST 8.30PM

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Mondays 8:30pm

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National Geographic

Channel 072

After 125 years of exploration, National Geographic continues to bring back stories about the most thrilling events happening all over the world. And we haven’t finished yet, with our unparalleled reputation for visually exciting and compelling storytelling, National Geographic is the undisputed home of smart, relevant and inspiring factual entertainment about life, the universe and everything in between.

Diana: In Her Own Words

Tuesday August 15 at 7.30pm Channel 072

New documentary on Princess Diana solely told in Diana's voice.

The State

Wednesdays from 23 AUGUST 8.30PM Channel 072

A story of four British men and women who leave their lives behind to join Isis in Syria


Mondays 8:30pm Channel 072

Starring Australia’s Geoffrey Rush and from executive producers Brian Grazer and Ron Howard comes National Geographic’s first scripted anthology series, Genius.

Science Of Stupid

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From motorbike crashes and trampoline mishaps to unexpected explosions and novice lumber jacking, witness the world’s most jaw-dropping acts of stupidity. Hosted by Richard Hammond, Science Of Stupid explains the physics, biology and engineering mistakes behind amateur stunts gone wrong.

Air Crash Investigation

Weekdays 12.30pm Channel 072

Every time a plane crashes, the world takes notice. And so do the experts whose job it is to figure out what happened. Air Crash Investigation season 15 uncovers the truth behind the most legendary aviation disasters, and every episode features eyewitness accounts, captivating re-enactments, state-of-the-art CGI, and interviews with the investigators.

Uncensored with Michael Ware

Wednesdays 9.30pm Channel 072

Watch as journalism becomes literature on television in a breakthrough series starring the indomitable Michael Ware -the renowned former TIME Magazine and CNN war correspondent -as he takes you behind the mask of our world’s enigmas.

Origins: The Journey of Humankind

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The story of the most epic and compelling mystery of all: “what made us modern?”


Season 2

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When humans put their imaginations to work, anything is possible.

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