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The Liquid Bomb Plot: The Story of the Largest Terror Plot Since 9/11

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The Liquid Bomb Plot
- NEW - THIS SUNDAY at 9P et/pt


In 2006, British and U.S. intelligence agencies and counter-terrorist police faced a race against time as they tried to foil the largest and most sophisticated terror plot since 9/11. See this incredible, gripping detective story from the deserts of rural Pakistan, through the back streets of London, to the corridors of power in Washington, and to its heart-stopping climax.

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Hard Time: The Convict Cycle
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Meet inmates who swear that prison has changed them- some for the better and some for the worse. We'll meet an inmate on his way to completing his sentence who realizes that prison changed him into a better man.
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Salvage Code Red: 3 Episodes
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Three episodes of Salvage Code Red start at 8P e/p when a salvage team races to the scene to rescue the crew and save the ship before it leaks poison into the waters where African penguins and other sensitive marine life live.
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Jurassic CSI: Megasaurus
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Giant dinosaurs seemed to defy physical laws to become the biggest land animals ever. Paleontologist Phil Manning uses the latest techniques to see if there are even bigger dinosaurs out there waiting to be to be unearthed.
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Monster Fish:
Jumping Giants of Laos
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Dr. Zeb Hogan heads to one of the world's largest waterfalls, the Khone Falls in Laos, to unlock a mystery of how giant fish climb over incredible cascades and to find out if proposed dams along the Mekong will block the fish migratory routes forever.
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Pint-Sized Preachers
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Go inside the controversial world of child evangelists to follow two rising-stars and one established child minister as they spread God's word and bring congregations to their feet.
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The world's eminent blue whale scientists embark on a mission to find and record the breeding and calving grounds of the biggest animals on Earth.
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