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Hong Kong TV debuts: Unlikely Animal Friends, Tomorrow's Food

BBC series shows how incredible changes are being made to the very concept of what food is, while if you're in need of a cute, furry animal hit, Nat Geo Wild show fits the bill, writes Robin Auld

BBC series shows how incredible changes are being made to the very concept of what food is, while if you're in need of a cute, furry animal hit, Nat Geo Wild show fits the bill, writes Robin Auld

Hong Kong TV debuts: Unlikely Animal Friends, Tomorrow's Food
18 Jun 2016 - 10:34PM
Hong Kong TV debuts: Banged Up Abroad explores lure and effect of marijuana smuggling

Locked Up Abroad - Plane Crash Marijuana attempts to answer that question through the story of Jim PapRocki, a college graduate who, in 1972, was persuaded by his brother-in-law to fly a tonne of marijuana out of southern Mexico and, you guessed it, ended up becoming a guest of the country's notorious prison system. 

Locked Up Abroad - Plane Crash Marijuana attempts to answer that question through the story of Jim PapRocki, a college graduate who, in 1972, was persuaded by his brother-in-law to fly a tonne of marijuana out of southern Mexico and, you guessed it, ended up becoming a guest of the country's notorious prison system. 

Hong Kong TV debuts: Banged Up Abroad explores lure and effect of marijuana smuggling
11 Jun 2016 - 11:34PM
Hong Kong TV debuts: Nazi Attack on America, a lopsided look at the second world war

Winning the second world war was a team effort, not that you'd realise it while watching this National Geographic Channel documentary, writes Robin Auld

Winning the second world war was a team effort, not that you'd realise it while watching this National Geographic Channel documentary, writes Robin Auld

Hong Kong TV debuts: Nazi Attack on America, a lopsided look at the second world war
4 Jun 2016 - 11:04PM
Hong Kong TV debuts: Sad People Factory tackles depression; possession is nine tenths of new show Outcast

Documentary on TVB deconstructs the myth that depression is just a medical condition, writes Robin Auld

Documentary on TVB deconstructs the myth that depression is just a medical condition, writes Robin Auld

Hong Kong TV debuts: Sad People Factory tackles depression; possession is nine tenths of new show Outcast
28 May 2016 - 10:33PM
What's on Hong Kong TV: David Attenborough's life and times; nature-inspired robotics

 Attenborough at 90 is a highlights compilation from British broadcaster and naturalist's 65 years of broadcasting, while Xploration Earth 2050 looks at nature from a completely different angle, writes Robin Auld

 Attenborough at 90 is a highlights compilation from British broadcaster and naturalist's 65 years of broadcasting, while Xploration Earth 2050 looks at nature from a completely different angle, writes Robin Auld

What's on Hong Kong TV: David Attenborough's life and times; nature-inspired robotics
14 May 2016 - 11:48PM
Hong Kong TV debuts: NatGeo's The Great Human Race takes us back 2.4 million years
8 May 2016 - 12:02AM
Hong Kong TV debuts: Containment, for die-hard zombie fans; season six of Game of Thrones has landed, as if you didn't know
30 Apr 2016 - 10:21PM
Hong Kong TV debuts: Gear, Grease and Glory, a slice of petrolhead heaven

Robin Auld picks out some highlights for Hong Kong television viewers, including a documentary about the impact on sherpa communities in Nepal of the deaths of 16 sherpas on Mount Everest in 2014 

Robin Auld picks out some highlights for Hong Kong television viewers, including a documentary about the impact on sherpa communities in Nepal of the deaths of 16 sherpas on Mount Everest in 2014 

Hong Kong TV debuts: Gear, Grease and Glory, a slice of petrolhead heaven
23 Apr 2016 - 10:48PM