Changes to the schedule include the following:
Sun Mar 28
6:30 Air Crash Investigations: Operation Babylift
April 4, 1975. At the end of the Vietnam War, the U.S army loaded hundreds of orphans onto their largest transport aircraft plane to fly them to safety. But only minutes into their escape, the plane lost control and crashed in a paddy field near the airport. Sadly, only half of the children onboard survived. The investigation began immediately, as officials searched desperately for an answer to why this tragedy occurred.
Mon Mar 29
7:30 Out of the Wreckage: Plane Crash Survivors
Tonight we meet the survivors of some of the worst commercial crashes in aviation history. Individuals who have cheated death by the slimmest of margins and crawled out of the wreckage to tell their tales. In their own words and alongside dramatic archive footage of the actual crashes, survivors tell their heart-stopping stories of survival and heart-warming stories of recovery and personal redemption in the years that follow.
Tue Mar 30
7:30 Eye of the Leopard
Following the remarkable life of one small leopard from when she is just eight days old until she is three years old and on the brink of adulthood. Legadema, as she is named, works her way into your heart as she slips in and out of danger virtually every day, running from baboons and hyenas but also making landmark strides in hunting and surviving. It is the story of a mother and daughter relationship as well as that of an emerging huntress in Botswana’s magnificent Mombo region. Narrated by Jeremy Irons.
Sat Apr 3
6:30 Tim Cahill: The Unseen Journey
A unique and rare insight into the life of Australian sporting superstar, Tim Cahill, in the lead up to the soccer World Cup. From his no nonsense on-field persona to his laid back, family orientated character once the final whistle blows, Tim reveals his innermost hopes and fears and talks about his plans for the future.