Pivot On-Air Schedule
Today, July 24
Man Nobody Knew: In Search of My Father, CIA Spymaster William Colby, The
The son of William Colby, Director of the CIA under Richard Nixon, presents a compelling look at his father's life as a superspy and the effect his secretive profession had on the family.
"Highway To Hail"
George and his storm chase team head straight into the “bears’ cage”, looking to get beat up by the biggest, baddest hailstones that Texas and Oklahoma can throw at them.
Eco-Disasters- George investigates some of the world’s largest eco-disasters found in the former Soviet Union
"Winds of Autumn"
The Winds of Autumn - George and Mark stormchase in Newfoundland, the site that pulled Mark out of a depression.
2009 Hurricane - George tracks the biggest storms of the 2009 Hurricane season.
Midwest Stormfest - George returns to “Tornado Alley” with three of his fellow stormchasers.
George investigates a volcano that poses danger the people of a nearby city and the mountain gorillas in the nearby jungle.
"Fire and Water"
Fire and Water - George follows the fabled route of the Klondike Gold Rush through Alaska.
Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars - Part 1
John Crichton and his love Aeryn Sun are reunited; the wormhole knowledge that Crichton possesses makes him a target in an intergalactic war.
Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars - Part 2
With the birth of his child fast approaching, Crichton must find a way to use the wormhole technology to bring an end to the Scarran-Peacekeeper war.
Volcanic Wedding - George marries on the lip of an exploding volcano.
Wild Water - George embarks on three explorations into the wild water that makes up over 70% of our angry planet.
"Season 3, Episode 52"
Tonight: Roger Ross Williams talks "God Loves Uganda" and human rights activist Rev. Cannon Albert Ogle. Ahmed Shihab-Eldin guest hosts this special TakePart World episode.
History of Water, Part 4 - The Battle for Water
The Battle for Water focuses on the future of water and the wars that will be fought over it as the gap between supply and demand is growing ever wider.