Elephants of Samburu
(Animal Planet, Monday, 10 p.m.)
Sabu Douglas Hamilton, who grew up among elephants, presents a rare look into Kenya's Samburu Reserve and reveals the lives and loves of African elephants. Witness the rivalry and passion as the biggest male in the park fights over a female, a baby gets washed away in a flooded river and an orphaned elephant is found alone and starving, and in need of rescue.
Buggin' With Ruud: Alaskan Bug on Ice
(Animal Planet, Tuesday, 9 p.m.)
Follow New Zealand-based entomologist Ruud Kleinpaste as he journeys the world to uncover little known secrets about the insect world. Insects have to live life hard and fast in Alaska. With only six weeks of summer, bugs have to make hay while the sun shines. They have to reproduce, meet and eat the plentiful supply of food to keep them going over the long winter months.
Ruud celebrates the summer solstice with the bugs before venturing over glaciers in search of Alaska's hardiest bugs.
O'Shea's Big Adventure: Crocodile Canyon
(Animal Planet, Thursday, 9 p.m.)
In this episode, Mark O'Shea visits West Africa, where he traverses mountainous sand dunes of the Sahara in search of desert crocodiles. He is in search of a mysterious population of water-dwelling reptiles, crocodiles that live in the middle of the world's largest desert. The creature, which has never been filmed before, raises many puzzling questions about how it got there and how it survives.
(STAR World, Saturdays and Sundays, 11 p.m.)
Are you an ardent Sci-Fi lover? Do investigative fast-paced plots psyche you out? Then this critically acclaimed American science fiction drama is just for you. The series revolves around Myka Bering and Peter Lattimer, two United States Secret Service agents who have been assigned to the government's secret Warehouse 13, which houses supernatural artefacts. Their assignment is to retrieve some of the missing objects and investigate the new ones. The series features Canadian beauty, Joanne Kelly as Myka Bering and Edward ‘Eddie' McClintock as Peter Lattimer.