Gear up for Excitement with the TV National Geographic Channels – this September

Formula One fans, gear up for the Singapore GP this month, with adrenaline-pumping action from the National Geographic’s new Formula E show.

Or for the budding masterchefs, you can go on a culinary trip – without leaving your house – with some of the World’s Best Chefs.

Here are some exciting line-up of programmes showing on National Geographic this month.

Formula-E (Image: Nat Geo).

Formula-E (Image: Nat Geo).


Premiers tonight, 11 September @ 8PM

National Geographic Channel

SingTel mio TV Ch 201, StarHub TV Ch 411 

Follow the story of the world’s first all-electric Grand Prix.

British engineers and designers race against time to build pioneering cars in time for the start of the 10 city-centre races, which begin in Beijing this Saturday, on 13 September 2014.

This is a gripping and complex story whereby engineering teams must overcome political, financial and logistical obstacles – to succeed. Professional reputations and millions of pounds are at stake.

Destination Wild

Destination Wild. (Image: Nat Geo)

Destination Wild. (Image: Nat Geo)

Premieres Sundays @ 9PM 

Wild Botswana: Lion Brotherhood (14th September)

Zambezi: Source of Life (21st September)

Zambezi: River Untamed (28th September) 

National Geographic Channel HD

SingTel mio TV Ch. 203, StarHub TV Ch. 457

Get in touch with the stories of the wild, straight from South Africa. See for yourself some of the amazing spectacles of wildlife and tribes that have made the land a place they call ‘home.’ 

David Attenborough’s Rise of Animals

David Attenborough’s Rise of Animals (Image: Nat Geo)

David Attenborough’s Rise of Animals (Image: Nat Geo)

Premieres Tuesday, 23 September @ 9.35pm

National Geographic Channel

SingTel mio TV Ch. 207, StarHub TV Ch. 413

Join David Attenborough – the younger brother of the late Richard Attenborough – as he studies the primitive fish that once swam in ancient seas to magnificent beasts that take to the skies, ultimately combining his discoveries with stunning CGI and cinematography to tell a compelling story that transcends through time.

World's Best Chefs. (Image: Nat Geo).

World’s Best Chefs. (Image: Nat Geo).

World’s Best Chefs

Premieres Monday, 22 September @ 7.55pm

Nat Geo People

SingTel mio TV Ch. 255, StarHub TV Ch. 412

Go on a culinary adventure – without leaving the comforts of your home.

In this show, young American chef Katie Button, who trained under the renowned Ferran Adria, shadows a culinary genius each week and visits their kitchens. Beginning with Italian master Massimo Bottura, she will then reveal the secrets to their creativity, prepare some of their incredible dishes and demonstrate the techniques, processes and innovations that have produced their stand-out, unusual and unique gastronomic style.

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