Here’s a List of Must-Watch Shows on National Geographic This April

Embark on Larger than Life Adventures this month, as we set sail to uncover the engineering secrets behind “Colossal Machines” and follow the maritime journey of “Superships: Giants Of The Sea.”

Travel to Asia to unveil the secrets from the past with “Ancient Worlds Revealed With Albert Lin” and learn the history and emotional drama around “Clotilda: Last American Slave Ship.”

Embark on a wild adventure with the return of Nat Geo Wild’s annual “Deadliest Week Ever,” showcasing the most dangerous animals in the world, both big and small. Follow the moving story of the “Leopard Huntress,” Malika, as we see her rebuild her confidence after losing her cub in a male leopard attack.

End the day by slithering into bed to watch an exclusive compilation on snakes with “Dr. K’s Exotic Animal ER: Smitten By a Snake” – simply fang-tastic!

Check out the TV highlights below:

Engineering Marvels

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Colossal Machines
Premieres Monday, April 4 at 9am on National Geographic (Skycable CH41 SD | CH195 HD)
Massive machines require engineering extremes! This series gives insight into how colossal machines, from mammoth aircraft carriers to sub-zero snow plows, work and change the world. Using CGI and expert insights, the series ‘strip down’ the design of some of the world’s unique colossal machines to reveal their mechanical and engineering secrets.

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Superships: Giants Of The Sea
Premieres Tuesday, April 5 at 9pm on National Geographic (Skycable CH41 SD | CH195 HD)
The main transport mode for global trade is sea shipping – around 90% of traded goods are carried over the waves. Follow these engineering giants of the sea on their journey – from birth to voyage.

Uncovering The Past

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Ancient Worlds Revealed With Albert Lin
Premieres Wednesday, April 6 at 9pm on National Geographic (Skycable CH41 SD | CH195 HD)
National Geographic Explorer Albert Lin uses advanced digital equipment to map ancient civilizations, revealing never before seen archeological and engineering marvels. His journey takes him throughout Asia, from the tombs of China’s first emperor to Mongolia’s Forbidden Zone in search of Genghis Khan’s burial site to further uncover secrets of ancient worlds that remain hidden.

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Clotilda: Last American Slave Ship
Premieres Saturday, April 2 at 9pm on National Geographic (Skycable CH41 SD | CH195 HD)
It’s an investigative mystery, an emotional human drama, and an archaeological expedition. Follow this documentary as it uncovers the history and secrets of the last American slave ship – The Clotilda, whose wreck resurfaced in 2018 in Alabama.

Lethal Animals

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Deadliest Week Ever (stunt)
Premieres Monday – Sunday, April 25 – May 1, at 8:30pm on Nat Geo Wild (Skycable CH66 SD | CH193 HD)
In this year’s Deadliest Week Ever, Nat Geo Wild dives into some of the most dangerous animals in the world. From meerkats to monitor lizards, eagles and antlions, get ready to see some of the deadliest animals alive!

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Leopard Huntress
Premiers Sunday, April 24, at 8:30pm on Nat Geo Wild (Skycable CH66 SD | CH193 HD)
Follow the Leopard Huntress, Malika, as she reinvents herself in the wild with new ambush techniques outside her comfort zone. Follow her journey as she rebuilds her confidence after losing her cub in a male leopard attack.

Dr. K’s Exotic Animal ER: Smitten By a Snake
Premieres Thursday, April 21 at 8.30pm on Nat Geo Wild (Skycable CH66 SD | CH193 HD)
Dr. K and her team see a variety of animals, from rabbits to fish and birds. But one animal that is a constant in her clinic is snakes! This team has treated and cared for all kinds of snakes – from pythons to boa constrictors and everything in between. In this compilation, we’ll see some of the wildest snake stories!

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