Program guide

10:30 En Route
10:53 A Paradigm Shift
11:32 Xtrem Clips
12:00 Hawaiian Xtrem Sports
12:22 Hunting Yeti
12:45 Tomorrow will be better
13:57 Xtrem Clips
14:00 Hawaiian Xtrem Sports
14:22 En Route (short)
14:33 After Dark
15:17 POL - Part of Life

Top programs

Dalua Downhill

Dalua Downhill is not just for fans of skateboarding. It’s a film for those who enjoy a good story. Dalua Downhill is a documentary film that shows Douglas Rodrigues da Silva, also known as Dalua, in his pursuit for the Downhill Skateboarding world title – one of the most radical sports in the world, when the skaters go down the hills at speeds greater than 110 Km/h (70 mph). During 2 years, the film follows this Brazilian athlete in his travels around the world, revealing that, beyond the competition, there is a history of struggle, heart, pressure and pain. Douglas Dalua is one of those heroes who pays the price for living his dream. Friendship and rivalry desperate and conflictuous feelings among athletes, while they duel with each other for the world champion title !

Tomorrow will be better

In January 2010, Libor Podmol arrived in the USA to buy a motorbike from one of the biggest names in freestyle motorcross. The battle for the freestyle motorcross world champion is on. This attractive sport full of dangerous jumps and stunts has captivated fans and sponsors around the world. After a bumpy career start, Czech rider Libor Podmol has gradually established himself as one of the best FMX riders in the world. The film follows Libor’s fascinating journey and his world in which dreams come true even as they defy the laws of gravity.

Xtrem Clips

A jaw-dropping collection of most spectacular extreme sports moments.

Hawaiian Xtrem Sports

Extreme sports lifestyle magazine from Hawaii with top world athletes. Each episode of HXS brings you the latest extreme sports action from the islands…windsurfing on Maui with the PWA, outrigger canoe racing in Kauai, skydiving swooping the kualoa range on oahu and tandem surfing and longboarding at the dukes oceanfest…..just to give you a taste of HXS!

Ride Along

Follow two pro kitesurfers, Linn Svendsen & Jeremie Tronet around the world in this original & high-quality TV series.

The Bro Tape

This is a mix tape of surfing underground heroes. The companion film to The Pro Tape. These are the hardworking pro surfers who don’t get enough recognition. In The Bro Tape, these professionals get their due. They might not be the biggest names in the industry, but they still surf great. This is The Bro Tape. Highlights: Kilian Garland steals the show. Perfect waves at a secret spot. Oliver Kurtz and Daniel Graham popping beers and surfing. Bud Frietas and Jesse Colombo getting tubed out of their minds. Just the chance to see these surfers is great.

Gunnie Season

With a list of some of the top skiers in the world featured in this extreme skiing film.

Chaiyo Premiere Tour

Right after their "Chaiyo" premiere the Preduce team went on a 10 days premiere tour across Thailand. Doing skate jams/demos and premieres in Chiang Rai, Lampang, Buriram and Ubon Rarchathani. Each of the demos and premieres were a blast with lots of skaters showing up to support. Just have to enjoy !

A Paradigm Shift

Great surfers riding all types of surfboards, on all types of waves.Featuring: Chris Del Moro, Alex Knost, Chad Marshal, Jai Lee, Kassia Meador, Jen Smith and many more...

The Long Hope

St John’s head on the Island of Hoy is a wild and remote 1150 foot sea cliff. It was first climbed in 1970 by climber and poet Ed Drummond together with Oliver Hill. They took 7 days to climb the cliff, sleeping on ledges and in hammocks along the way. Now, 40 years later, one of the World’s top climbers, Dave MacLeod, sets out to climb the cliff in a single day, finishing with a new desperately hard final pitch up the headwall. Macleod’s historic new climb, The Longhope Route Direct (E11), is captured close-up with the latest HD cameras and contrasted with the challenges of Drummond’s first ascent through interviews and archive material. The film also follows Drummond, now in his late sixties and suffering from Parkinson’s disease, as he makes a pilgrimage back to St John’s Head to look upon the route one last time.