National Geographic Channel's engaging programming will inspire you to find out more about the people, places and events of our world.
It provides a window on the world, connecting the global community through its entertaining, educational and engaging documentaries. Our shows span a wide range of subjects including animals (Great Migrations, Shark Men), science (Naked Science, Jurassic CSI), engineering and technology (Engineering Connections, Megastructures, Megafactories), society and history (Hitler's Stealth Fighter, Apocalypse: The Second World War, Taboo, America's Hardest Prisons), disasters (Air Crash Investigation, Aftermath) and eco topics (Eco Luxe, Earth Tripping).
National Geographic Channels showcase leading explorers, scientists, environmentalists, film makers and renowned photographers and contribute to the National Geographic Society's commitment to exploration, conservation and education (Explorers Video).
The world's most awarded filmmakers allow you to get closer to the most powerful wildlife encounters ever seen on television. Backed by National Geographic's unparalleled reputation for quality and blue-chip programming, Nat Geo Wild is dedicated to providing a unique insight into the natural world, the environment and the amazing creatures that inhabit it.
From the most remote environments (Dangerous Encounters), to the forbidding depths of our oceans (Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventure), Nat Geo Wild uses spectacular cinematography and compelling storytelling (Great Migrations, Wild Russia) to take viewers on unforgettable journeys into the wild world.
Nat Geo People brings the human experience to life with an all-access pass into the curious and intimate worlds of real people from Australia and around the world.
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RT @WorldofKeralis: Watching "Locked up Abroad" on National Geographic Channel. The program where everyone is a Rambo and MacGyver hybrid.@alvdarmawan12 hours ago
RT @DiegoGardea: I like watching the national geographic channel but I don't like it when they show lions dying. Just gets to me so much #i…@kaseedavis12 hours ago
watching "survivethetribe" on the national geographic channel ??@_pearlsandgold13 hours ago