An informative and entertaining documentary, Prime Presents: All In The Mind takes Kiwi brain development specialist Nathan Wallis on a journey to present compelling science about a very big life question: is a man’s grey matter the same as a woman’s?
The Newtons have logging in their blood. Three generations have worked tirelessly in the bush, and now the Rotorua based family business, helmed by patriarch Willy Newton, is doing better than ever.
Can't Pay? We'll Take It Away
This series reveals the stories of what happens when you get into debt, and you can’t, or won’t pay it back. In the first episode the agents face violent boyfriends and a struggling mother.
Colombia With Simon Reeve
Simon Reeve heads to Colombia at a pivotal point in its history - after 50 years of brutal civil war that has killed more than 200,000 people and displaced seven million, 4 months ago a peace deal was signed promising to end the conflict and finally bring peace to the country.
World's Wildest Flights
There are over one hundred thousand flights a day across the globe, most go smoothly without a hitch, but at 37,000 feet anything can happen! With more and more people recording their own footage on board, we’ll bring viewers right into the drama.
The Queen's Green Planet
This landmark documentary follows Her Majesty the Queen as she launches an ambitious project to create a global network of protected forests, spanning the 52 countries of the Commonwealth.
Phil Spencer's Stately Homes
Premieres 26 May 7.30pm
In this new series, Phil Spencer reveals his passion for period property on a grand tour of Britain’s magnificent stately homes. From the spectacular Scottish Lowlands to the stunning South Downs, Phil reveals how and why these houses came to be, and some of the jaw dropping bills their owners were landed with.
World's Wildest Weather
World’s Wildest Weather places the viewer in the eye of the storm in every episode.
Premieres 22 May 7.30pm
Every decade in American history has redefined our country and left its mark. But few decades have had the breadth of impact of THE SIXTIES.
Madam Secretary returns to Prime with an all-new, gripping season. After the assistant vice minister of Timor-Leste suddenly dies during a meeting with Elizabeth (Téa Leoni) on the first day of the U.N General Assembly, she becomes suspicious when the president of Timor-Leste ships the body back without a proper investigation.
NCIS: New Orleans
NCIS: NEW ORLEANS is a drama about the local field office that investigates criminal cases involving military personnel in The Big Easy, a city known for its music, entertainment and decadence.
Paddington Station 24/7
Premieres 12 April 7.30pm
Step aboard for a unique insight into one of the UK’s busiest train stations, as this fascinating observational documentary goes behind the scenes at London’s Paddington during what will be one of its busiest summers yet.
We travel a little bit further back in time with the new series, The Seventies. The 1970s was a dramatic decade for America.
Ross Kemp Extreme World
On the USA/Mexico border Ross discovers the reality of life for the men and women attempting to make a new life in America and discovers how their journey is becoming increasingly deadly.
“SEAL Team” A new military drama that follows the professional and personal lives of the most elite unit of navy Seals as they train, plan and execute the most dangerous missions.