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Mondays from 1 July at 7.30pm

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Apollo: Missions to the Moon

Monday 15 July at 8.30pm

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National Geographic

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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.


Drain The Oceans 2

Tuesdays from 2 July at 8.30pm Channel 072

Season 2 of Drain The Oceans will dive deeper into the unknown. Are you ready?

Egypt From Above

Available On Demand Channel 072

This unique journey from the air will reveal how traditions, engineering, agriculture and natural wonders have shaped the farthest corners of this epic country.

The Hot Zone

Available On Demand Channel 072

An edge-of-your-seat thriller inspired by the events of an Ebola outbreak in 1989, minutes from the nation’s capital.

Scrapyard Supercar

Mondays from 1 July at 7.30pm Channel 072

In each episode of Scrapyard Supercar, two amateur mechanic teams face a challenging engineering task. They have to build a working car, built from scrap metal and old parts found in the scrapyard, under a deadline. The teams finished vehicles then head to the racetrack where they compete in a number of challenges to see which performs best against a supercar.

The Armstrong Tapes

Tuesday 16 July at 9.30pm Channel 072

A one-hour documentary film that provides a personal and in-depth look at the first man to set foot on the moon: Neil Armstrong.

Rookie Moonshot: Budget Mission to the Moon

Thursday 18 July at 9.30pm Channel 072

The story of SpaceIL, a small company with a dream to delvelop the first ever private spacecraft to attempt a moon landing.

Apollo: Missions to the Moon

Monday 15 July at 8.30pm Channel 072

Newly transferred film and never before heard audio recount the key moments of NASA's Apollo space programme and America's goal to land on the Moon before 1970.

National Geographic Feature Documentaries

Sundays from 7 July at 7.30pm Channel 072

Nat Geo is showcasing all of their best feature length doco's on Sunday nights starting from July!

Mission to Saturn: Inside the Rings and Beyond

Friday 19 July at 9.30pm Channel 072

In 2017, the Cassini spacecraft plunged to its death in the atmosphere of Saturn. Since then, scientists have analysed the data from its final 22 orbits and come to some startling new conclusions. Though the rings have been long thought to be as old as the planet itself, new data reveals they are actually relatively young, and they are disappearing.

Explorer: Journey to Europa

Friday 19 July at 8.30pm Channel 072

Europa - An icy moon of Jupiter 485 million miles away from Earth - May be our best hope for finding alien life in our solar system. Today, an innovative class of explorers and scientists are planning a trip to Europa to answer the question - could there be life?

Apollo 8: The Mission that Changed the World

Thursday 18 July at 8.30pm Channel 072

With an interview with Apollo 8 astronaut Bill Anders who took the historic Earthrise photograph, this stunning, archive-driven documentary tells the incredible story of Apollo 8 and the environmental campaign that followed.

Apollo: Back to the Moon

Wednesday 17 July at 8.30pm Channel 072

This documentary recounts the epic adventure by detailing the journey of the men who took par in or aided the mission.

Inside Incredible Machines

Wednesdays at 9.30pm Channel 072

A 6-part series devoted to delving deep into the heart of the world’s greatest machines.

Superstructures: Engineering Marvels

Wednesdays at 8.30pm Channel 072

Superstructures: Engineering Marvels is a blue-chip new series that reveals the extraordinary feats of engineering that are hidden the world’s most spectacular man-made constructions.

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