Season 03, Episode 04 – “The Loss”
Kurt Wallander leads the investigation when the dismembered body of a young woman is found buried in a field. All the leads point to the victim being an Eastern European prostitute, but what has led to her death and who is behind her brutal murder?
Note: In Swedish, with English Hardcoded subtitles.
Season 09, Episode 11 – “Whaley House”
Investigator Zak Bagans heads to Paris, where he learns from locals that the dead rest just beneath the streets, about 65 feet below in a massive labyrinth. His mission is to learn everything he can about the history, the culture and the mysteries of Paris’ catacombs — especially as it relates to the afterlife.
National Geographic Wild Ultimate Honey Badger
Drop into the secret life of orphaned honey badger “Badgie” as she learns to face the wilds of Africa alone. Join her at ground level on mouse, snake and scorpion hunts, and watch her battle a porcupine for ownership of her burrow. Badgers are famous for being the most fearless animals in Africa, and Nat Geo WILD follows Badgie’s rite of passage to becoming the Street Fighter of the Savannah.
Season 02 , Episode 02 – “Riding Shotgun”
Every day we use words and phrases that come from deep within our history. Their origins reveal a lot about us and where we came from, but most of us have no idea what these terms originally meant. In this episode we look at how forms of transportation from horses to trains to cars, and different intoxicating substances from opium to booze, influenced the common words and phrases we say every day. Why do insensitive people “ride roughshod” over others, while lucky people ride the “gravy train?” Who put the jay in “jaywalker,” and the bus in “busboy?” Why are “highways” high, what do “turnpikes” turn, and why is a wild person “hell on wheels?”