Bumped: Skies Above Britain
Plus more news of The Supervet and Morgan Spurlock.
SBS has made a few changes to its Monday line-up.
UK observational series Skies Over Britain has been bumped from 8:30pm to 4 pm Monday October 31.
Instead it will play The Supervet: Bionic Stories, which follows The Supervet premiere at 7:30pm.
For the first time in the history of The Supervet, these brand new hour-long documentary specials go beyond the operating table to delve deeper into the science behind Professor Noel Fitzpatrick’s cutting edge procedures, revealing how he continually pushes the boundaries of veterinary medicine, with the help of special onscreen 3D graphics giving a glimpse into the extraordinary ambition of Noel’s state-of-the-art surgeries.
Meanwhile double Morgan Spurlock: Inside Man episodes will air on SBS 2 from 8:30pm Tuesday October 25.
Morgan Spurlock: Inside Man – Space Exploration –
Morgan Spurlock, the Academy Award-nominated director of ‘Super Size Me,’ tells compelling stories from an insider’s perspective on a diverse range of topics – from America’s trash epidemic to living on Bitcoin. For generations, space exploration has been embraced as part of human destiny. But since the scaling-back of NASA, a new space-race has begun: not between sovereign nations, but between corporations. Morgan dons a spacesuit and explores this new Wild West.
Morgan Spurlock: Inside Man – Toxins
We’re told toxins are everywhere: in the food we eat, in products we use to clean, even the furniture we sit on. But is the world we live in really poisoning us, or is the mass hysteria just anload of BS? Morgan Spurlock puts his own body and personal environmentnunder the microscope, testing his personal body burden, monitoring his air quality, and taking an inventory of the chemicals he’s ingesting. Armed with the results, Morgan attempts to detox, examining what he can do to reduce health risks. Can we truly flush these toxins out of our bodies and still exist in the modern world?