(Discovery Channel, Wednesday, 2 p.m.)
The programme narrates the terrifying true stories of the paranormal as told by the people who experienced them. The episode dramatises some of the scariest stories in America, revealing a world in which tragedy, suicide and murder have left psychic impressions so powerful, that innocent people become forced to deal with them decades later. Through first-person accounts, the series slowly unravels the mystery and origin of each haunting.
(Animal Planet, Sunday, 7 p.m.)
Safari Animal Planet, Sunday, 7 p.m.
Become part of a real-life drama, where the entire animal world is unveiled, exposing the full spectrum of animal behaviour and the amazing relationships between different species. Travel from the dense jungles where the silence is only broken by the sounds of its inhabitants to the deep waters of the oceans which play home to the aquatic wild.
(Animal Planet, Tuesday, 8 p.m.)
Blue PlanetAnimal Planet, Tuesday, 8 p.m.
“Blue Planet” is a comprehensive series devoted to the natural history of the world's oceans. Created over the course of more than 150 filming trips and 3,000 days in the field, filmmakers travelled to 200 locations worldwide on all seven continents in order to provide a compendium of the creatures that inhabit everything from the north to the south poles, and from the coral reefs to the mysterious deep.
Explorer: Secret History of Diamonds
(National Geographic Channel, Tuesday, 8 p.m.)
The 2006 Oscar-nominated action thriller "Blood Diamond" put the issue of conflict diamonds in the public eye.
Now, NGC takes an in-depth look at these international symbols of wealth and their connection to terrorism and crime.
We'll talk to a diamond dealer who discusses the dark world of diamond smuggling and the alleged 9/11 connection between al Qaeda and the Belgium diamond sector, worth billions a year.
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