NGC to offer viewers amazing moments

MUMBAI: This month NGC is looking to add juice to its programming line up with Nat Geo Amazing Moments. The show kicks off on 26 March at 8 pm.

The 12 part series counts down the best events captured by National Geographic's lens. Featuring imagery and first hand accounts from scientists, journalists and filmmakers on the scene, the programme lets viewers experience moments of discovery, adventure and shocking animal behaviour.

NGC India VP marketing Rajesh Sheshadri said, "Nat Geo's Most Amazing Moments showcases a collection of real-life experiences that makes our viewers think again about their definition of possible and impossible by going beyond their thought horizons. National Geographic's unparalleled cinematography also adds to the thrilling experience, which I am confident will leave our audience wanting more!"

The twelve part series follows a theme for each episode. These episodes take the viewers on a roller coaster ride of danger, thrill and close encounters with death. Seeing Is Believing captures most amazing moments brilliantly on film. From nature's fury, dangerous rescue missions, unpredictable animal behaviour to painful human rituals, this never seen before amazing footage leaves the viewer thinking again about all that's around them.

Most Thrilling Moments, the first episode of the series presents daring moments. Viewers will find out what it's like to have a 200-mile-an-hour racecar fly through the air, right over ones head and a descent into an active lava-spewing volcano.They will also see a real-life vampire drink human blood and venture down one of the world's most violent stretches of whitewater.

Another episode Close Encounters features surprising moments when predator meets prey, man meets animal and people look death in the face in some of the most incredible scenes ever captured on film. Viewers will get up close and personal with rats, giant squids or swarms of stinging bees and pray for passengers on a sinking cruise ship or pilots in a mid-air collision.

The series concludes with Predators of War on 31 March at 8 pm. Predators on South Africa's Mala Mala game reserve, including cheetahs, hyenas and lions, engage in a no-holds-barred battle for slowly diminishing water and food.

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