Tv Talk

Tv Talk

Tv Talk

Nature’s fury
Catch the action-packed movie ‘Volcano’ on September 19 at 11.10 pm, on Star Movies. In the city of Los Angeles, it is nice and quiet. The people of the city are carrying on with their daily routine. Until an earthquake occurs.

The director of the city’s emergency management, Michael Roark believes that something is big is about to happen, so he finds a geologist named Amy Barnes to help him investigate.

What they will realise is that the earthquake is a sign of a volcano forming in the city.  Now Roark has to use every resource in the city to stop the volcano from consuming Los Angeles.

Rare rides
Players Parking Only’ airs on Discovery Turbo on September 19 at 10.30 pm. Discover the automotive styles of professional athletes on ‘Players Parking Only’.

The show gives an upfront and personal access to today’s superstars and their rare rides in ways one has never imagined.

Whether it’s customising, restoring or collecting, the episode goes beyond the vehicle to reveal the special place it holds in the mind and heart of a particular athlete.

Unconventional experts
Animal Planet presents ‘Mad Mike And Mark’ on September 19 at 9 pm. Hosts Mark Tennant and Mike Penman join forces and camera equipment to present a fresh series that uncovers life as a wildlife photographer.

In each episode, they set out somewhere in Africa on a photographic safari that is designed to throw them into difficult situations.

Viewers watch as these two unconventional experts that have one major thing in common — a failure to disguise their professional competitiveness — manoeuvre their way out of tricky and dangerous spots.

Tennant will do anything to get a great shot; Penman will do anything to get a better one. Hold onto your hats!

Survival of the fittest
There are some very basic rules for surviving in the wild. Find shelter, water, food and help.

In Discovery Channel’s new series ‘Dual Survivor’, meet military-trained Dave Canterbury and naturalist Cody Lundin — trained survival experts — who will take on some of the planet's most unforgiving terrain to demonstrate — in their own way — how the right skills and some creative thinking can keep you alive.

Equipped with minimal gear carried in the real-life situations, Canterbury and Lundin must draw upon their arsenal of skills to devise extraordinary ways to use what they can find in their surroundings, as well as ordinary objects and demonstrate what it takes to stay alive. The show airs on September 19 at 8 pm.