/ Outdoor / Adventure TV channel?

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chubbs2 - on 12 Feb 2014
Sorry if I'm being dim and this has been asked before (did search honest!), but does anybody know if there's a tv channel you can subscribe to which shows climbing, walking and general adventure content of the type seen at SHAFF and KMFF. Note I don't mean stuff like fishing and shooting on the US Outdoor channel or the X games stuff on ESPN. Something showing repeats of old content like Dave but for outdoor types.

If not why not...any idea?

Thanks.
Scott K - on 12 Feb 2014
In reply to chubbs2:

Try epic tv on the web. www.epictv.com
climber david - on 12 Feb 2014
In reply to chubbs2:

Can't think of anything on TV but there probably isn't enough content to make it sustainable and not a big enough market to make it profitable

David
chubbs2 - on 12 Feb 2014
In reply to Scott K:

Thanks I'd forgotten that one, but still just video hosting. I just don't get why there isn't some direct TV accessible content.
chubbs2 - on 12 Feb 2014
In reply to climber david:

Do you think? I'm not so sure. When you think of all the minor rubbish channels on satellite, I can't believe there's not enough historical content for say 4 hours a night a few nights a week. And once it's up and running, people could make content for it.
PeterM - on 12 Feb 2014
In reply to chubbs2:

I do miss Discovery and Nat Geo of old. They used to do proper expedition stuff, and I don't mean just mountain stuff. Unfortunately it's all gone 'reality' with tree-felling, truck-driving, gold-diving, storage-hunting dullness. Not sure what Eden is like? (the channel..before some smart arse states the obvious :-))
Scott K - on 13 Feb 2014
In reply to chubbs2:

We get The Adventure Show on BBC 2 in Scotland. Not sure if you get it in the rest of the UK. It's pretty good but too short and the stories tend to suffer due to this.
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mh554 on 13 Feb 2014
In reply to chubbs2:

It could be hosted by Bear Grylls and Ray Mears.

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