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March 28 - April 3

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Expedition Week
- NEW - Starts THIS SUNDAY at 9P et/pt

PREVIEW "Eating with Cannibals" >>

Expedition Week is back starting this Sunday with two premieres each night. Sunday at 9P, author and explorer Piers Gibbon looks at one of mankind's ultimate taboos: cannibalism. He'll trek into the rain forest of Papua New Guinea and meet with members of the once-feared Biami tribe who ate human flesh.

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This Week's Highlights
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Drugged: 3 Episodes
TONIGHT starting at 8P et/pt
Getting "high" is an unquenchable national desire. Tonight, we'll take you beneath the skin to reveal how our bodies react to three common drugs: marijuana, cocaine and ecstasy.
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Witness: DC 9/11
TUESDAY at 9P et/pt

Using raw sound and video, Witness: DC 9/11 reconstructs the events of September 11, 2001 in Washington, D.C., as first the nation, then the nation's capital, came under attack.
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Dawn of the Ocean
THURSDAY at 9P et/pt
Journey toward the ocean floor, where eternal darkness prevails. Scientists search for creatures that thrive in extreme conditions once believed too toxic to support any life.
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Unlikely Animal Friends

FRIDAY at 9P and 10P et/pt
Friday, we'll reveal surprising animal odd couples and the heartwarming stories behind them - like the tortoise who adopts a baby hippo or the lion, tiger, and bear who became friends.
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Photo of the Week
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Finding Jack the Ripper
- NEW - SUN at 10P et/pt

Could Jack the Ripper have been the world's first trans-Atlantic serial killer? Can 21st century techniques crack this 19th century crime spree, while reversing decades of investigative assumptions?
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Snow Frogs

Cold-blooded frogs can't be coy about romance when fleeting summer comes to the French Alps.

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Inside Japan's Nuclear Plant

Photographs from inside the Fukushima Daiichi power plant show workers as they struggle, amid peril, to stabilize the damaged reactors.

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