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|1||Closed CaptioningVideoInside the Soviet Circus||Go behind the scenes at Moscow's Circus School and experience the magic and wonder of the performances that delight millions. See lion tamers risk life and limb, trapeze artists glide through the air, of course, the beloved clowns who inspire imagination and fantasy. With laughter as their language, the Soviet Circus bridges the gap between generations, borders, and all peoples of the world.||56:50||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoInside Mecca||Few non-Muslims have glimpsed its sacred glories. All Muslims are drawn by its holy summons. Now, travel to Islam's most revered city to experience a spiritual phenomenon that has endured for more than fourteen centuries INSIDE MECCA. Witness the personal challenges and spiritual rewards of three pilgrims as they join some two million fellow Muslims on their hajj or sacred journey to Mecca. Explore key Islamic sites and ancient rituals that only a handful of non-Muslims have witnessed. Discover the spiritually charged history of Mecca and its place at the center of the fastest growing and perhaps most misunderstood religion in the world.||55:36||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoInside Saddam's Reign of Terror||For 24 years, Saddam Hussein and his Baath Party executed political rivals, Shias, Kurds and anyone else who dared disagree - or even tell a joke about the dictator. A chorus of testimonials, unearthed mass graves and discovered documents now reveal the extent to which Saddam and his Baath Party tortured, maimed, raped and murdered Iraqi citizens. As he faces trial for his crimes, National Geographic goes inside his reign of terror - with rare videotape that shows Baath Party members carrying out Saddam's brutal laws.||50:36||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoWhere's Amelia Earhart?||As world famous aviator Amelia Earhart closed in on her record-setting attempt to fly around the world in July 1937, she disappeared somewhere over the Pacific Ocean-vanishing without a trace. Did she run out of fuel and crash into the sea? Or could she have survived? Investigators have built the case that Amelia Earhart was a pawn in an espionage plot for President Franklin D. Roosevelt, while eyewitnesses testified that she was captured by the Japanese military. Examining facts and evidence, National Geographic explores one of the most fiercely debated mysteries of all time.||45:22||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoInside Air Show||AirVenture Oshkosh is the largest air show on the planet, with more than 10,000 aircraft and more than half a million people. Viewers get an insider's perspective when National Geographic flies along with the world's best aerobatic pilots as they twist and tumble through the sky, and follow a father and son crew as they fly their restored P-51 Mustang on its maiden voyage to Oshkosh after a 14-year restoration - and compete for best in show. But with unparalleled preparation and precaution two things could destroy this event - bad weather and bad luck.||50:06||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoInside the IRS||As the saying goes, nothing is certain in life but death and taxes. But how well do you really know the agency that collects your federal taxes - the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)? Most of us only hear from the IRS twice a year - when we get our tax forms and when we get our refund. But what about sides of the IRS you've never seen? Take a look inside IRS processing facilities. Join special agents as they learn interrogation techniques that help them catch the tax cheats. And learn how it turns out when someone challenges the idea that we owe income taxes at all. Experience the challenge of collecting trillions in taxes from hundreds of millions of taxpayers... Inside the IRS.||44:28||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoInside the Green Berets||With exclusive access, National Geographic chronicles the lives of the war-hardened Green Berets, who are charged with protecting local civilians from the wrath of the Taliban in a remote outpost in Afghanistan. In a dramatic turn of events, a tragic explosion strikes the soldiers and film crew. With intimate firsthand accounts, National Geographic provides a rare, up close look at the sacrifices, challenges, and deadly risks that American soldiers face on the front lines every day during war.||50:52||$1.99||View in iTunes|
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Inside the Green Berets, is an in depth look at the Army's most elite group of soldiers; while showing the raw emotion of what war looks like so far from home. Best documentary I have found on this subject bar none.