National Geographic Inside the Hunt for the Boston Bombers

In April 2013, chaos erupted in Boston near the finish line of one of the world’s oldest and most prestigious marathons. It was the worst terrorist attack on the United States since 9/11 and led to one of the most extensive and public manhunts in American history. Now, as the one-year anniversary approaches, National Geographic Channel presents a special two-hour event, Inside the Hunt for the Boston Bombers.
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National Geographic The 400 Million Dollar Emerald

For well over a century the National Geographic Society has been synonymous with pioneering expeditions, groundbreaking discoveries and breathtaking imagery of world cultures and exotic locations. In celebration of the iconic yellow border’s 125th anniversary, National Geographic Channel pays tribute to the hotshots, the mavericks and the best in their field who have devoted their lives to exploring the world around us and the groundbreaking discoveries that are making a difference.
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National Geographic Fatal Altitude Tragedy on K2

In August 2008, 11 people lost their lives on one of the world’s tallest mountains — the largest loss of life in the history of K2 mountaineering. Fatal Altitude: Tragedy on K2 traces the disaster with in-depth survivor interviews and actual footage from the ill-fated expedition that quickly turned into a frantic rescue operation. For these adventurers, an attempt to conquer the most treacherous mountain in the world turns into a story of both courage and tragedy.
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National Geographic Hacking the System-Hack Your Home

With more than 100 million houses in this country, you might think yours is safe from a break in. But last year, an astounding one in 85 homes in the U.S. was burglarized. Expert life hacker Brian Brushwood tackles home security, demonstrating just how vulnerable we all are by attempting to break into a real house. See how criminals defeat locks and alarm systems, and learn the importance of choosing smart codes and passwords.
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National Geographic Time Scanners Colosseum

Structural engineer Steve Burrows leads a team of laser-scanning experts to Rome in Italy on a quest to explore mysteries at the Colosseum using cutting-edge laser-scanning technology.
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National Geographic The Real Pompeii

Pompeii is one of the world’s most famous and valuable archaeological sites, gained through one of history’s most terrible natural disasters. In one of the greatest city ever lost, many secrets still await discovery even centuries after the burn.
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National Geographic Guantanamos Secrets

For the first time an exclusive look at the day-to-day life of the most notorious prison in the world. The naval base at Guantanamo Bay secured a place in the annals of history when the first wave of detainees dubbed “among the most dangerous, best-trained, vicious killers on the face of the earth” arrived in 2002. A symbol of freedom protected or freedom tragically betrayed, the controversies of Guantanamo embody the thorny issues of America’s fight to keep an enemy that wears no uniform, has no address and will declare no armistice outside the reach of U.S. courts. The goings-on inside the wire encircling this highly classified camp have been a closely held government secret. Until now. Guantanamo’s Secrets exclusively captures for the first time the day-to-day life of the most famous prison in the world, exploring the on-going daily struggle between the guard force of dedicated young…
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National Geographic The Skyjacker That Got Away

In 1971, on a flight from Portland to Seattle, a man calling himself Dan Cooper hijacked a plane and requested $200,000. After the FBI complied with the requests the plane reentered the air with just the crew and Cooper. Somewhere over Nevada, Cooper parachutes from the plane with the money and is never seen or heard from again. Now, with help of modern forensics, experts hope DNA analysis of Cooper’s tie and recovered ransom money will solve the mystery of this infamous heist.
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National Geographic Man vs YouTube

In Man vs. You Tube, engineer Tim Shaw and stuntman extraordinaire Johnny Riche join forces to determine the secrets behind some of the wildest clips to hit the Internet. Are they hoaxes or are they real?
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National Geographic Get Rich or Die Mining

Guy Clutterbuck heeft een eliteteam samengesteld om op zoek te gaan naar juwelen. De groep, grotendeels bestaande uit vreemdelingen, riskeert tijd, geld en reputatie voor het avontuur en de grote winst die Guy hen beloofd heeft. Hun eerste missie brengt ze naar Sri Lanka, waar ze hopen voldoende saffieren op te graven om te verkopen en de jackpot te winnen. Maar ze moeten hun missie volbrengen in slechts zes dagen.
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