9/11 TERROR ATTACKS
Tuesday, September 11, 2001, a temperate and nearly cloudless morning over the eastern United States. Millions of men and women ready themselves for work. Among them is an air traffic controller in Boston, Mass. Based on sheer intuition, he will break all protocol this morning, alerting the Air Force that a potential disaster is unfolding on his radar screen. Air Force Colonel Bob Marr, commander NEADS (North East Air Defense Sector] will scramble all he has to try and avert a catastrophe - but it will consist of only two F-15’s that begin “searching for a needle in a haystack”. Meanwhile, a group of 19 young men armed with simple box cutters literally fly under the radar into the World Trade Center , The Pentagon, and a Pennsylvania field. From the viewpoint of these two key theaters of action, Air Traffic Control and the U.S. Air Force, “Seconds From Disaster: 9/11” deconstructs, second-by-second, the tragic events and security lapses that led to the worst attacks on American soil since Pearl Harbor. NGC, 10 p.m.
Throughout history, the martial arts have had a significant impact on world events. Cultures and civilizations have risen and have fallen as a result of military prowess, especially when it came to hand-to-hand combat. Karate, Capoeira, Muay Thai, Kung Fu — each is the unique product of a fascinating past. Each is steeped in the history and mythology of a particular region. And each has a Master. In every episode of Human Weapon our hosts, two martial arts adventurers, go on a quest to find the master of a different martial art. Their quest takes them to some extreme and exotic places. One week they are forced to sample steamed silk worms and choke down snake blood (both local delicacies) en route to a face off with the reigning Taekwondo champion in South Korea. History, 9 p.m.
JHILMIL SITAARON KA AANGAN HOGA
Raichand informs his secretary that he will bear the expenses of Aakash’s study and nobody should come to know about this. Angana pesters him to reveal the person; he only gives her one clue that he is a ‘Man’. Angana keeps wondering who it could be. Angana prays to God to bless that person at the same time Aakash bows down in temple thanking God to make him do a good deed for someone. Both look up with satisfied smiles. Sahara One, 9 p.m.
lCHOCCYWOCCYDOODAH is a series for Good Food that follows the internationally acclaimed Brighton based cake shop and its team of talented and quirky chocolatiers as they create chocolate masterpieces that are quite simply out of this world. The statistics behind Choccywoccydoodah are jaw dropping. Each year they produce 7500 cakes, build cakes 6 feet tall, charge up to £9K a piece and boast a celebrity client list that includes Madonna, Hugh Grant, Bob Geldof, Kylie, Katie Price and the Scissor Sisters - they even make all the chocolate for Tim Burton’s movies including Charlie & the Chocolate Factory and Alice in Wonderland. When it comes to beautiful, unique, mega cakes these guys are the best in the business. TLC, 8 p.m.
After undergoing extensive surgery, Beckett takes three months to recuperate before returning to the NYPD. With Castle in tow she begins searching for her would-be assassin. There is a new Captain at the precinct and as well as new relationships between characters. Although Beckett at first claims that she does not remember the events of the gunshot, she confesses to a psychologist that she does. As Castle tries to dissuade Beckett from digging deeper into the case, he himself is immersed in the process of trying to identify Beckett’s shooter. Star World, 10 p.m.
WHERE TIGERS RULE
Animal Planet brings you a special line up of programmes in honour of the most glorious big cats of all – Tiger. Celebrate the ultimate symbol of power and protection all March. With the species under a grave threat of extinction, those that remain are more valuable than ever. Get a glimpse into their unique world and their multiple roles, including that of a predator and protector. Animal Planet, 9 p.m.
Experts agree that there are some very basic and universal rules for surviving in the wild. Find shelter, find water, find food, find help. Beyond that, there is not much they agree on. In the new season of DUAL SURVIVAL, meet military-trained Dave Canterbury and naturalist Cody Lundin as they take on some of the planet’s most unforgiving terrain to demonstrate in their own way how the right skills and creative thinking can keep you alive.
Discovery, 10 p.m.
Kantak is following sati in the form of a tree. Daksh goes to bramha to ask him to find someone for sati. Bramha promises him that he would help him. Sati goes to give the book to anusuya who is shocked. She tries to convince her that what she is doing wont give her happiness. But sati is adamant to forget shiv. kantak is waiting for sati to come out of anusuyas ashram. As soon as sati comes out kantak gets ready to attack her shiv ka trishul is seen in the air coming to save sati. Life OK, 8 p.m.