Home | Poem | Jokes | Games | Science | Biography | Celibrity Video | বাংলা

A Boat Made of Plastic Bottles Sails the Pacific – This Week on Nat Geo

If you are having trouble viewing this email, please visit this link.

National Geographic Channel This Week (Email Newsletter)
Navigation Bar

April 18 - 24

 Photo: The 12,000-Bottle Boat
Share this story: Facebook Share Twitter Share

The 12,000-Bottle Boat
- NEW - THURSDAY at 8P et/pt


Eco-adventurer and environmentalist David de Rothschild is building a six-person catamaran made entirely from more than 12,000 recycled plastic drinking bottles. His goal - sail this plastic ship, Plastiki, on a 1,500-mile voyage across the Pacific. Nat Geo is there each step of the way as we follow the creation and journey of the Plastiki and the daily lives and hazards facing its crew.

Get the Companion Book >>

This Week's Highlights
 Photo: The Girl in the Glass Casket
The Girl in the Glass Casket
- NEW - TUESDAY at 8P et/pt
Mummy experts try to rescue one of the world's greatest collections of mummies, endangered by humidity and showing signs of decay - including one of the best preserved in the world.
Watch a Preview >>
 Photo: Inside the Muslim Brotherhood
Inside the Muslim Brotherhood
- NEW - WEDNESDAY at 10P et/pt

Nat Geo exposes the role of Egypt's largest opposition group during the country's recent revolution and reveals what the future may hold as Egypt emerges from the Mubarak regime.
Watch a Preview >>

 Photo: Hooked
Hooked: Deadly Weapons
- NEW - FRIDAY at 9P et/pt
In the world of monster fish these fierce fighters wield some of evolution's deadliest arsenals: they shock, sting, stun or slice predators or prey.
Watch a Preview >>
 Photo: Search for the Greatest Polar Explorer

Great Expeditions: Search for the Greatest Polar Explorer

- NEW - SATURDAY at 8P et/pt
Follow a navy expedition attempting to uncover the truth behind the legendary polar explorer Roald Amundsen's disappearance in 1928.
Watch a Preview >>
Photo of the Week
 Photo: Explorer: Mystery of the Murdered Saints
Explorer: Mystery of the Murdered Saints
- NEW - TUE at 10P et/pt

Deep in the crypt below the Cathedral of Reggio Emilia lie a set of bones believed to be the remains of reported saints, Chrysanthus and Daria. For more than 1,500 years they've been hidden away...until now.
Watch a Preview >>

Also From National Geographic
 Photo: National Park Week
National Park Week

This week, the National Park Service is offering free admission to all its sites. So grab your camera, explore a park, and send us your photos. We'll put together a gallery of our favorites!

View Photos >>
 Photo: Above Yosemite
Above Yosemite

No matter where they come from, from the Alps to the Andes, all self-respecting rock climbers yearn to make a pilgrimage to Yosemite to measure themselves against its giants.

From the Magazine >>
Ad: Shark Men DVD
Link: Nat Geo WILD
Link: Nat Geo on Twitter
Link: Nat Geo on Facebook
Prime-Time Schedule
Mon 4/18
Tue 4/19
Wed 4/20
Thu 4/21
Fri 4/22
Sat 4/23
Sun 4/24
8P et/pt
Inside the Green Berets
The Girl in the Glass Casket
- NEW -
Hard Time: Female Felons
The 12,000-Bottle Boat
- NEW -
Hooked: Chasing Marlin
Search for the Greatest Polar Explorer
- NEW -
Earth: Making of the Planet
9P et/pt
9/11: Science and Conspiracy
The Pope's Secret Service
- NEW -
Hard Time: Prison City
America Before Columbus
Hooked: Deadly Weapons
- NEW -
Shark Men: Hot Water
10P et/pt
Explorer: Mystery of the Murdered Saints
- NEW -
Inside the Muslim Brotherhood
- NEW -
Ice Pilots: Nightmare Landing
- NEW -
Shark Men: Surfing with Sharks
Shark Men: Young and Hungry
- NEW -

You received this editorial/commercial e-newsletter from National Geographic because
the information for your account indicates that National Geographic may contact you via e-mail.
To unsubscribe from this e-newsletter, please click on the unsubscribe link above or send your request to:
National Geographic Attn: E-newsletter Program 1145 17th Street NW, Washington, DC 20036