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The Amazing Spiez

(Discovery Kids, Tuesday, 5 p.m.)

This is a story of three brothers — Tony, Marc and Lee Clarck and their sister Megan. These kids have been secretly selected by the World Organisation of Human Protection — WOOHP — to become international spies. Together, these young spies will have to juggle between the daily lives of an average 12-year-old and intense, realistic spy missions.

Hunters

(Animal Planet, Wednesday, 7 p.m.)

The programme profiles the survival strategies of the most magnificent killers on Earth. More than just stalking and killing prey, survival in the wild demands a complex set of strategies to ensure a steady and adequate diet. Tune in to see how the largest carnivores, the deadliest vipers and the tiniest insects cope.

Dual Survivor

(Discovery Channel, Thursday, 9 p.m.)

Two people with drastically different backgrounds and survival strategies take on some of the planet’s most unforgiving terrain, from Chile to Zambia, to demonstrate how the right skills and some creative thinking can keep you alive even in the most dangerous situations. This time the challenges are bigger, the environments are more extreme and the differences between the two men couldn’t be greater.

Fast Food Mania

(TLC, Thursday, 9.30 p.m.)

TLC host travels the globe in search of the most unique, unusual and surprising fast food restaurants around. From the world’s largest McDonald’s in Orlando, to yuzu spiced fried chicken at KFC in Japan, whether it’s an over-the-top location of bizarre menu items sold right beside the Big Mac, we’ll see how fast food has taken over the globe and offers the comfort of favourites no matter where you are. Plus, the programme will let you in on some secret menu items you never knew you could get right in your own town.

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