The frequency of the National Geographic Abu Dhabi 2021 channel on Nilesat and the schedule of all Sunday programs

The frequency of the National Geographic Abu Dhabi documentary channel on Nilesat has become one of the most searched satellite channels in the recent period, as the channel is interested in presenting documentaries in many different fields, some of them are interested in wildlife, some are interested in science and others are interested in space, this remarkable diversity in content Presented on the National Geographic Abu Dhabi channel frequency, it has made it a subject of constant research and interest for many and many viewers in the Arab world. In this article, we will show you the frequency of the National Geographic Abu Dhabi 2021 channel on Nilesat, so follow us.

National Geographic channel frequency Abu Dhabi

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National Geographic channel frequency Abu Dhabi

National Geographic Channel Abu Dhabi

National Geographic Abu Dhabi channel began working more than ten years ago, specifically in 2009, and throughout this period, the channel has presented many distinctive and purposeful documentaries. Perhaps this unique content provided by the channel is what gave it such great popularity among viewers in the Arab world, where it offers The channel has a large number of documentaries in many different fields such as space and wildlife. It also presents a number of films interested in the weather and others interested in aviation matters. This great diversity helped the channel greatly in creating this great popularity throughout the past periods.

National Geographic Abu Dhabi movies

One of the most important films currently being shown on the National Geographic Abu Dhabi channel is the documentary film Imprisoned in Exile, which tells the stories of some criminals after they were arrested and placed in prisons to receive punishments. The channel also presents the distinguished documentary film The Lost Treasures of Egypt, which is one of the best The documentaries currently presented by the channel, where the film documents the search and excavation of Egyptian antiquities carried out by a group of the most famous archaeologists in the world. The film is shown every Tuesday at ten in the evening, Saudi time.

Today’s schedule

We review together below a statement of the dates of all the documentaries that will be presented on the frequency of the National Geographic Abu Dhabi channel today, Sunday, September 12

wild kingdom · 8:00am
Auto Rescue Unit · 9:00am
Rebel Island – Life and Survival in Alaska · 10:00am
giant Nazi structures · 11:00am
Ready for battle ·  12:00pm
Snowy Road Rescue Team ·  1:00pm
highway dangers ·  2:00pm
Inside the cool machines ·  3:00pm
big cats ·  4:00pm
Giants Airlines ·  5:00pm
Air Crash Investigations – Special Report ·  6:00pm
Air Crash Investigation ·  7:00pm
Air Crash Investigation ·  8:00pm
Air Crash Investigation ·  9:00pm
Dog Rehabilitation ·  10:00pm
Auto Rescue Unit ·  11:00pm
Rebel Island – Life and Survival in Alaska · 12:00am
Air Crash Investigation · 1:00am
Dog Rehabilitation · 2:00am
Auto Rescue Unit · 3:00am
Rebel Island – Life and Survival in Alaska · 4:00am
Air Crash Investigations · 5:00am
Dog Rehabilitation · 6:00am
Auto Rescue Unit · 7:00am


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