The BEST episodes directed by Carl Hindmarch

Dominican Republic
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8.26
85 votes

#1 - Dominican Republic

Man vs. Wild - Season 3 - Episode 9

Grylls has some tips on how to survive the hurricane season and he also eats a tarantula to survive

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Patched In
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7.73
476 votes

#2 - Patched In

Gangland Undercover - Season 1 - Episode 3

Now a full-patch Vago, Falco is secretly enjoying his new role as an outlaw biker. When an early-morning police raid goes bust, however, he faces serious allegations on two fronts. Chapter president Schizo is on the hunt for a snitch, and during the gang’s annual Reno run, Darko, the chapter’s sergeant-at-arms, and Stash go rogue forcing Falco to join them on an ill-fated payback operation.

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A Tough Prospect
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7.50
507 votes

#3 - A Tough Prospect

Gangland Undercover - Season 1 - Episode 2

A knockout punch gives Falco his road name, and while a new motorbike provides him with added street cred, he's now got a major debt to pay.

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The Saint of Death
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7.38
86 votes

#4 - The Saint of Death

Paranormal Witness - Season 3 - Episode 10

An innocent man is haunted by the face of the saint of the criminal underworld.

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Patagonia
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7.38
234 votes

#5 - Patagonia

Man vs. Wild - Season 2 - Episode 5

Grylls parachutes into Patagonia, the southernmost tip of South America, where he first encounters a vast ice field, then forages in a beech forest, wades through a frozen bog and swims through icy water.

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Andes Adventure
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7.38
139 votes

#6 - Andes Adventure

Man vs. Wild - Season 2 - Episode 6

In Patagonia, Grylls skins a hare, scales a cliff, tracks a puma, drinks dirty water, and crosses the Perito Moreno glacier, a vast frozen labyrinth of ice caves and crevasses.

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The Hospital Hauntings
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7.02
132 votes

#7 - The Hospital Hauntings

Paranormal Witness - Season 3 - Episode 6

Medical professionals from different hospitals in the U.S. reveal their alleged encounters with ghosts.

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Terror! Robespierre and the French Revolution
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#8 - Terror! Robespierre and the French Revolution

BBC Documentaries - Season 2009 - Episode 145

The watchwords of the French Revolution were liberty, equality and fraternity. Maximilien Robespierre believed in them passionately. He was an idealist and a lover of humanity. But during the 365 days that Robespierre sat on the Committee of Public Safety, the French Republic descended into a bloodbath. 'The Terror' only came to end when Robespierre was devoured by the repressive machinery he'd created. This drama-documentary tells the story of the Terror and looks at how Robespierre's revolutionary idealism so quickly became an excuse for tyranny, and why a lover of liberty was so keen to use the guillotine.

Rollermania: Britain's Biggest Boy Band
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#9 - Rollermania: Britain's Biggest Boy Band

BBC Documentaries - Season 2015 - Episode 209

In 1975, the Bay City Rollers were on the brink of global superstardom. The most successful chart act in the UK with a unique look and sound were about to become the biggest thing since the Beatles. Featuring interviews with Les McKeown and other members of the classic Bay City Roller line-up, and using previously unseen footage shot by members of the band and its entourage, this is the tale of five lads from Edinburgh who became the world's first international teen idols and turned the whole world tartan.

The Somme
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#10 - The Somme

BBC Documentaries - Season 2005 - Episode 56

Drama-documentary recounting the events of the 1st July 1916 and the Battle of the Somme on the Western Front during the First World War. Told through the letters and journals of soldiers who were there.

The Last Days of the Raj
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#11 - The Last Days of the Raj

Channel 4 (UK) Documentaries - Season 2007 - Episode 5

A dramatized, very accurate version of the bitterness of the partition of British India. Although this story had been brought to the screen many times in Gandhi, Sardar, Jinnah, Lord Mountbatten-The Last Viceroy, but unless history is backed up by facts, testimonies and eye-witness accounts, it cannot be considered authentic. Similar to this production was a 3-part BBC documentary titled END OF EMPIRE - India in which was shown the closing 2 years of the Raj. But here we see the story from the day Mountbatten and his delegation arrive in India.