Thursday, 7.30pm, Discovery You may remember this program about fossicking for gold in the Alaskan wilderness. Last season, six men who were down on their luck gave goldmining their all. After sinking their last $US250,000 into a 21m glory hole, they expected to break their backs, then leave as millionaires before the bleak Alaskan winter froze them out. Unfortunately, though they did strike gold, they found just $US20,000 worth between them. This time they are supersizing their operation (isn’t everyone?) with twice the equipment, twice the manpower, and twice the gold-rich ground. Naturally, they are going to split into two teams that will compete with each other. The Dakota boys are going to continue where they left off at their mine in Porcupine Creek. But wait a minute, wasn’t that the one that turned out to be a complete dud last season? Yes, but apparently they didn’t go deep enough. ‘‘ We’re getting closer to the payload with every scoop,’’ says a possibly deluded Dakota boy. The other team, led by father and son Jack and Todd Hoffman, opens up a new site at nearby Quartz Creek. Rugged men in rugged activity in a quest for million-dollar hauls. Sounds a bit like the stock exchange minus the suits.