Hear the dramatic stories of the ships that go where the large ones can't. Witness the daring, dramatic rescue of General MacArthur by a squadron of PT boats in WWII. Relive the dangerous gunboat patrols through the Mekong Delta in Vietnam.
Follow the course of 20th century rescue missions, and reveals the strategies that keep fighting forces alive. Witness the largest rescue mission in history when a volunteer armada rescues trapped soldiers at Dunkirk in WWII.
Bridget and Brent team up to stage a house in desperate need of an update. With '70s-style wood paneling, mauve carpets and embossed floral wallpaper, the stagers certainly have their work cut out for them
Barry Kennedy heads north with the bush pilots whose skill and fearlessness makes survival possible for countless others living in the remote north. Landing on frozen lakes and rivers, pilots fly in supplies and fly out the injured.
Barry Kennedy gets his hands dirty (really dirty) when he assists Dr. Michelle Oakley as she does a full bison autopsy out in the wild. Watch them meet the challenges of handling big game and big chills at the same time.
Mother and daughter duo Maureen and Bridget are challenged to stage not one, but two cramped condos simultaneously! At 465 and 797 square feet respectively, prospective buyers are going to have a difficult time imagining how to live there.
We go to the dogs when we visit Frank Turner of Muktuk Adventures to learn what dog mushing is all about. In addition to the dog mushing, Barry gets a taste of what it's like to care for over 100 irrepressible snow-loving sled dogs.
If Bonnie really wanted to sell her house, it would be sold. Instead, she fired her first two agents, and then tried selling it herself. With her daughter away at university, maybe this time she'll be able to let go.
The greatest triumphs of these ships in 20th century naval battles. See the destroyer used in every theatre in WWII, from shore bombardment at the beaches in Normandy on D-Day to fending off Kamikaze attacks at Okinawa.
Just getting airborne during a Canadian winter requires Herculean amount of effort on the ground. In this episodes host Barry Kennedy shows us what it's like to keep the airports big and small operating during the dead of winter.
It's like the biggest snow fort you ever built! We join Barry and the Ice Hotel crew in Quebec as they construct this architectural wonder out of nothing but frozen H2O. The team must work night and day to get ready for the grand opening!