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    The 100 Scariest Movie Moments

    The 100 Scariest Movie Moments

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    Bravo
    Bravo counts down some of the most memorable moments in movie history horror. This special event ran for five nights and featured interviews with some of the top names in cinematic fear: Wes Craven, Stephen King, Peter Jackson, John Carpenter, and even Courteney Cox (of the Screamfame.moreless
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    Intimate Portrait

    Intimate Portrait

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    Lifetime (ended 2004)
    Delve into the lives of celebrated women! Get a personal perspective on some of the most impressive women in art, entertainment, politics, business, science, journalism and sports. Learn about their ups and downs, heartaches and happy endings. Listen as they describe their childhoods, careers and personal relationships in their own words — and hear from their close friends and family too. From 1995 to 2004, the popular series featured former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, actress Sela Ward, journalist Diane Sawyer and astronaut Sally Ride, Shania Twain, among others. First Telecast: January 3, 1995 261 Color Episodes LIFETIME BROADCAST HISTORY: January 1995 - November 2003 --- Monday, 7PM December 2003 - August 2004 --- Saturday, 11PMmoreless
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    Shark Week

    Shark Week

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    Discovery Channel
    Discovery Channel's Shark Week is an annual series of investigations into the characteristics and habits of the dangerous and often misunderstood marine predator. It is also cable television's longest-running programming event (it premiered in 1988). In Shark Week 2006, host Mike Rowe takes a closer look at one of the ocean's most feared creatures as well as the lives of the researchers, scientists and documentarians who work to find out more about them.moreless
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    Sahara

    Sahara

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    BBC (ended 2002)
    The Sahara is the size of the United States with a population the size of Norfolk, a small UK county. The temperatures are extreme, the camels are poisoned ... this is another of Michael Palin's exciting globe-trotting adventures. During his travels across theSahara Desert, Michael meets interesting people, learns about their cultures, and goes through what they do in their everyday lives. He visits the countries of Gibraltar, Morocco, Mauritania, Senegal, Mali, Niger, Libya, Tunisia and Algeria. But this is no easy task. Traveling in the immense heat of the Sahara, our host suffers through illness, dangerous lands with no government, and harsh climates to learn more about the world. In just four episodes, Michael teaches viewers about life in the Sahara Desert.moreless
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    Forensics: You Decide

    Forensics: You Decide

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    Investigation Discovery
    This 13-part series aims to expose both sides of the story and question the outcome in different criminal cases. It shows cases that present the same evidence from two different sides that each can be equally compelling. In the end, the jury decides and allows the viewers to see the differing perspectives of persecution and defense.moreless
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    Tuesday Night Book Club

    Tuesday Night Book Club

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    CBS (ended 2007)
    Tuesday Night Book Club follows the lives of a group of real suburban housewives who meet each Tuesday night to dish on everything in their lives from sex to spouses and more.moreless
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    The Color of War

    The Color of War

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    The History Channel
    The Color of War is a historical war documentary TV series developed by the History Channel as narrator Peter Coyote brings to life seventeen unique episodes on the life of soldiers during World War II with the first-ever, never-before-seen images and film reels in color. With personal letters, private photos and footage, revisit what it was like for the soldiers as they relive the moments leading up to their enlistment, the marching, and the ultimate fighting. What was it like for young men when they were first told they would be sent abroad to fight in the European fronts? What did the men do in between the drudgery of marching and the stressful fighting? The Color of War examines and shares the daily struggle of the soldiers in war and the systems needed to keep the fighters fed, armed, and safe. Vivid and upfront, this award-winning documentary embraces all that color footage can give to the brutal war with its first-hand accounts.moreless
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    Andrew Zimmern's Bizarre World

    Andrew Zimmern's Bizarre World

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    Travel Channel
    Andrew Zimmern explores the cultural side of the worlds most exotic locations. Zimmern of "Bizarre Foods" fame will focus on the people, politics, and culture of the worlds must see locations along with the cuisine analysis he's famous for. Learn interesting facts, history, and culture of the world's most well know locales with Andrew Zimmern and "Bizarre Worlds".moreless
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    It Could Happen Tomorrow

    It Could Happen Tomorrow

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    The Weather Channel
    What would happen if a major hurricane were to hit New York City? If an 8.0 Earthquake hit San Francisco? This new series from The Weather Channel creates these potential scenarios and more, then examines the possibilities and shows what is being done to prevent and prepare for these violent acts of nature.moreless
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    Legends

    Legends

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    BBC Four
    Legends is a long running documentary series featuring profiles of high profile members of the entertainment industry. Most editions focus on those from the world of musical entertainment, although some occasional editions have focused on comedians. Originally airing in a series by series format, recent editions have been broadcast as occasional one off specials and every episode doesn't feature the Legends title.moreless
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    Conquistadors

    Conquistadors

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    PBS (ended 2001)
    Conquistadors is a documentary series produced by the American Public Broadcasting System that retraces the steps of Spanish explorers, looking for gold in the new world. Writer and presenter Michael Wood goes back 500 years in history, when Spain ruled the world and its Conquistadors were looking to expand the country's interest at any cost. Wood starts the series with "The Fall Of the Aztecs," following Herana Cortez's journey from Cuba to Mexico taken from information in the captain's log. He recreates Cortez's first contact with the Indians. The director also tells the story of how the conquistador defied the Spanish governor, who planned to exterminate the Indians. Next in the series, Wood travels south to Ecuador, when Francisco Pizarro made his first voyage into Incan territory. The director obtains a letter written by King Phillip II that gave Pizarro instructions on how to get Incan gold and silver. The third segment follows Pizarro's journey through the Andes in search of the fabled city of gold, El Dorado. The last installment, takes audiences on a journey through Brazil, and the countries surrounding Amazonia, showing how Conquistadors gave up looking for El Dorado after most of their crews died from malaria. moreless
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    OK! TV

    OK! TV

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    ITV (ended 2011)
    Originally a documentary style show on ITV1 hosted by Fiona Phillips (with a team boasting Twiggy, Nigel Havers, Patsy Palmer & Tracie Bennett) the show aired once a week on Friday nights. The show then returned as a regular slot hosted by Jeff Brazier and various other presenters on This Morning. After Richard Desmond's takeover of five in 2010, he decided to axe magazine show Live from Studio Five in favour of bringing back the OK! TV format. Originally Matt Johnson and Denise Van Outen were announced as the hosts of the show, however Denise pulled out at the last minute, so LFSF host Kate Walsh took on the role. With the launch of Celebrity Big Brother launching within August 2011, the show relocated to Elstree studios and rebranded with new hosts Jeff Brazier and Jenny Frost on August 17th 2011. Channel five then returned to ITN as it's news provider, thus the Sky produced OK! TV was cancelled and it's last episode aired on December 16th 2011.moreless
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    Living with the Tribes: The Adventures of Mark and Olly

    Living with the Tribes: The Adventures of Mark and Olly

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    Travel Channel
    Living with the Tribes: The Adventures of Mark and Olly is the documentary series from the Travel Channel that joins British explorers Mark Anstice and Oliver Steeds as they journey to underdeveloped nations to live with indigenous people. The duo of extreme travelers head to the worlds hidden lands to visit with endangered and unknown tribes. They travel to West Papua to live with the Kombai tribe, a forest tribe that uses skills and tools unfamiliar to the Europeans. Mark and Olly go along with everything the tribe does, learning to live off the jungle around them. They try to make their own treehouse, learn about the harsh Kombai justice system, and experience the festivals of the tribe. The adventurers later joined the Mek tribe of the inaccessible and mysterious highlands, and went on to the small village of Koran Korata in Peru to experience life with the Machigenga tribe. Join in with Mark and Oliver as they travel to distant lands to live with ancient tribes on Travel Channel's Living with the Tribes: The Adventures of Mark and Olly.moreless
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    Quest for the Bay

    Quest for the Bay

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    The History Channel (ended 2002)
    Welcome to the Quest for the Bay guide at TV.com! This reality-based series chronicles eight "average people" (7 men and one woman) who volunteer to help relive an adventure: the epic 1200 mile journey of the Hudson's Bay Company fur traders of 1840s from Winnipeg, Canada, to the Hudson Bay.moreless
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    Ancient Civilizations

    Ancient Civilizations

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    TVO
    Ancient Civilizations is a National Geographic documentary/biography series that explores mysteries ranging from the lost Kingdom of the Maya to Noah's Flood. Each of the 12 episodes examines a mysterious civilization or historical event with the goal of understanding how our modern world has been shaped by ancient historical, cultural and political structures. What are the original roots of a civilization? What sustains a civilization, and what causes it to fall? In seeking answers, the camera follows modern-day scientists as they use state-of-the art technology to discover the underlying truth. A specially-designed robot travels inside the Great Pyramid of Egypt to probe previously inaccessible and unexplored shafts, sonar scans scour the ocean floor for clues to Noah's flood, CT scans investigate the secrets behind King Tut's golden mask, and modern genetics trace the origins of the Phoenicians. Architectural wonders and cultural curiosities that have fascinated people for decades are revealed through the lens of modern technology as this documentary series tries to shed light on the origins of mankind.moreless
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    When Jordan Met Peter

    When Jordan Met Peter

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    ITV
    Welcome to the Katie & Peter: The Next Chapter, series guide. Branded as Katie & Peter in America. This reality series has followed model Katie Price and singer Peter Andre's relationship from when their romance blossomed in the Australian jungle, were both were contestants in I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!, their two children births, Peter becoming Harvey's(Katie's first son) father figure and their two weddings. Previously the show has been branded under various different names, When Jordan Met Peter, Jordan and Peter Laid Bare and Jordan & Peter: Marriage & Mayhem. Terry Wogan and Samantha Janus have both narrated series, whilst Lola Price has provided the narration for the show since it took on it's current name.moreless
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    Art21: Art in the Twenty-First Century

    Art21: Art in the Twenty-First Century

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    PBS
    This one-hour program works to expose different artists in America today. Each show compares the artists presented and allows the audience to analyze them.
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    Yellowstone

    Yellowstone

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    BBC
    Against ts vast and majestic landscapes, full of lush meadows, deep forests, and violent hot springs, this landmark series follows the intertwining stories of Yellowstone's iconic inhabitants: the grey wolf, the grizzly bear, and the herds of antelope and buffalo. In a land of beauty and peril, the dramatic lives and fortunes of these animals are inexorably bound together. Intimate and emotional, epic, and engaging, "Yellowstone" reaveals the grandeur of this unique place as its animals struggle to survive over the course of three vividly changing seasons.moreless
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    The Staircase

    The Staircase

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    Sundance Channel (Mini-Series 2005)
    An 8-part documentary series about the celebrated trial of Michael Peterson, a writer who is accused of murdering his wife, executive Kathleen Peterson, who was found dead at the bottom of a staircase in their home.moreless
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    Beef: The Series

    Beef: The Series

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    BET
    The show's title refers to the slang version of the word meaning an argument or dispute. The show examines the disputes between celebrities and popular figures in the hip-hop and R&B communities of the music recording industry.moreless
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