Gordon Ramsay on Raising Pigs

Gordon Ramsay learns how commercial pigs are kept and sees tail docking first hand and is shocked by piglet castration in Europe.

The F Word's bold, modern and mischievous take on the world of food combines location VTs, kitchen actuality, celebrity interviews, stunts and recipe based challenges to give the format its trademark energy, pace and visual richness and create waves in the food world and beyond. Season 2.

Titanic: A Remembrance

On April 15, 1912 the RMS Titanic tragically sunk to the bottom of the sea. 73 years later, National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Dr. Robert Ballard and his team discovered the famed liner's remains. Watch Dr. Ballard describe how he gathered support to find the Titanic, the moment of its discovery and the mission to preserve its legacy.

Photo Gallery: Titanic Shipwreck

Photo Gallery: Discovering the Titanic

Wtf? Man, William Todd Commits 11 Felonies within 9 Hour Period

"Been there, pooped on that, stole the T-shirt" is a pretty accurate summary of William Todd's nine hours in Nashville. While on layover between Greyhound bus trips, the Kentucky man allegedly committed 11 felonies, including stealing guns (and a T-shirt) from the Slaughterhouse haunted house, robbing tourists, carjacking a cab driver and defecating on a lawyer's desk before "smearing feces on some of the framed law degrees."

Stunned police officers finally caught Todd on the grounds of Opryland, where he was hiding inside a water-cooling vat. "I've never seen anything like this before," Sgt. Tony Blackburn said, noting, "He rode the Greyhound bus...then left in blue lights."

Cockpit: The Rule of Engagement

The story of a squadron of space fighter pilots, stranded in their cockpits deep in enemy space, struggling with reality and delusion as they are hunted by mind controlling aliens.

COCKPIT: THE RULE OF ENGAGEMENT is a standalone chapter from the same universe which follows the Carrier Captain (Ronny Cox) who must decide if it is worth risking the security of Earth to save a suffocating pilot who may or may not have been corrupted by the mind controlling aliens.

Feel free to visit the cockpitthemovie website to learn more.

BBC Planet Earth: Whales Hunting Krill

Faint disturbances in the heart of Antarctic waters gives way to breathtaking images of whales hunting krill in this fantastic clip from the from BBC natural history masterpiece, Planet Earth.

Nom Nom Nom Cat

Whether it contains catnip or something else, this Russian cat cant stop nom nomming on his bottle.

CNBC: Inside the Mind of Google

Maria Bartiromo takes viewers Inside The Mind of Google for a rare look at the worlds most powerful technology company and its crown jewel, the Google Internet search engine.

This is the fascinating story of how two grad students, in barely a decade, took a one-time research project and turned it into a global technology powerhouse changing the way we interact with information, the Internet, and each other.

See how Google came to dominate the search industry and turn it into a profit machine and see where its taking its next step and how the company plans to address arguably the biggest controversy in todays digital age: privacy.

Know Your Meme: Ancient Aliens

Is it possible that the Internet was created not by scientists or engineers, but by a stroke of genius owed to a brilliant mind? Could it have been the work of Giorgio A. Tsoukalos, the leading theoretician in the field of Ancient Astronaut Theory? Internet scientist Forest investigates.

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Rifftrax: Best of' Various Shorts

Some of my favorite segments from a few shorts: I'VE EDITED OUT ALOT, SO I HAVEN'T SPOILED THE WHOLE THING!!

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Caine's Arcade

A 9 year old boy - who built an elaborate cardboard arcade inside his dad's used auto part store - is about to have the best day of his life.