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In addition to making a movie about Titanic, Cameron’s also visited the wreckage of the ship, which lays to rest at the bottom of the ocean. With the upcoming 100th anniversary of Titanic’s sinking, we should expect to find plenty of TV coverage on the disaster in the coming weeks. For National Geographic, that includes two interesting looking specials, one of which features James Cameron.
I doubt I’m alone in being unable to believe that it’s been ten years since 9/11. Regardless of how time flies, the tenth anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon is quickly approaching and naturally, TV networks are set to begin airing specials.
As the tenth anniversary of one of the most unforgettable and tragic days in American history approaches, the plans to mark the occasion with television specials are well under way. Today Nat Geo announced that they will feature an entire week of special coverage of the event – ending with an exclusive hour-long interview with former President George Bush in which he will openly discuss that day.
Wonder what it took to dismantle Yankee Stadium? Next week the National Geographic Channel will air Break It Down: Yankee Stadium, which will give viewers an inside look at what was involved in taking down the House that Ruth Built. Check out a clip from it ahead!
Expedition Week will take place in April, but the network has also planned a second week to premiere sometime in the fall. The extra week reportedly wasn’t planned, but when executives got a look at the wealth of footage
Later this month, the National Geographic Channel will be exploring the concept of the “warrior gene” in an episode of Explorer titled “Born to Rage,” and who better to guide us through it than punk rocker Henry Rollins?
With the anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks approaching, National Geographic Channel has a couple of specials set to air next week, which will look back at the events that took place in New York City and Washington, DC.
National Geographic Channel is taking us inside the Border Wars. Illegal immigration into the United States has been a hot-topic issue for years and years, and now NGC is taking viewers to the front-line with their new series. Set in the sister cities of Nogales, AZ and Nogales, Mexico, Border Wars promises to show how one of our busiest borders is kept under control
The story of these dogs is truly heartbreaking but everyone loves a good comeback, right? I’ve never seen an episode of DogTown in the past but the compelling story of these dogs has me curious to see how this operation (and the series) works. I’m eager to learn more of the dogs’ stories and also find out what it took to get the dogs back on track.