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    Pepsi Smash

    Pepsi Smash

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    The WB (ended 2004)
    The WB will bring six episodes of a new live music series this summer, which feature Pepsi as a premiere sponsor. The cola giant will fork over a large chunk of the show's estimated $800,000 to $1 million budget. Joel Gallen is set to produce the series. Each episode will include at least six live music performances along with a countdown feature and celebrity appearances.moreless
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    TV Land Moguls

    TV Land Moguls

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    TV LAND (ended 2004)
    Merv Griffin hosts this 6-part special that chronicles the select group of television's pioneering producers -- from the 50's Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball to 80's Aaron Spelling and 90's David E. Kelly. Presented in six one-hour installments; produced by CBS News Productions.moreless
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    Life of Luxury

    Life of Luxury

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    ABC
    Life of Luxury provides an all-access look at the lives of the über-rich and the super fabulous. George Hamilton, a man whose name is synonymous with the good life, takes viewers behind some of the most expensive closed doors in the world. Robin Leach hosted the original pilot special.moreless
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    5 Takes

    5 Takes

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    Travel Channel
    The Travel Channel’s unique travel series 5 Takes follows the adventures of 5 different travelers as they log their experiences with a DV camera and a laptop to edit their footage. Each traveler produces independent short daily blogs and weekly vlogs of their journeys for the Travel Channel website http://www.5takes.com. As the travelers journal their unique experiences, a film production crew follows them around documenting their trip for the weekly 5 Takes series airing on the Travel Channel.moreless
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    Inside Out

    Inside Out

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    BBC
    British documentary series
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    Studio 42 With Bob Costas

    Studio 42 With Bob Costas

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    MLB
    This show interviews baseball legends to learn more about the history behind baseball and the events that have gone on in its history. It looks at the issues of the past and also the issues of today.moreless
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    Cruises We Love

    Cruises We Love

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    Travel Channel
    Cruises We Love! is a 12 episode series featured on the Travel Channel that showcases the joys of cruising. The show features everything from mainstream cruise lines to exclusive ships that explore remote Alaskan areas.moreless
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    Follow That Food

    Follow That Food

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    Fine Living
    Follow That Food takes you on a journey that all gourmet food lovers want to go on. Have you ever asked yourself, "Where did that come from?" or "How did the do that?" If you have ever asked these questions, then Follow That Food is the show for you. Host Gordon Elliot, seen frequently on the Fine Living channel, takes you on a journey that traces the path food products must travel to become the culinary masterpiece you crave. Follow Gordon Elliot as he travels to exotic places to find the world's best products. Travel to places such as: France to visit the best dairy farms for the finest cheeses, Italy for the best Italian vineyards, and California to find the sweetest honey imaginable. Follow That Food follows products from field to table as they are handled by farmers and growers, distributors, and chefs. Before you take another savory bite, put down your fork and Follow That Food!moreless
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    Lens On Talent: a Filmmakers Challenge

    Lens On Talent: a Filmmakers Challenge

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    BET
    Lens On Talent: a Filmmakers Challenge is a reality show competition to find the best of the best up and coming African American filmmakers. Hosted by Kim Fields, and sponsored by Johnson and Johnson, this inspiring program looks to uncover hidden talent in the African American community, and is searching the United States to find it. From hundreds of submissions, the show selects the most promising and unique of the bunch to showcase for the chance of a lifetime; the winner gets a 100,000 budget to produce their own film. Seemingly every subject is touched in the wide array of quality films submitted, from unexpected pregnancy to life on the streets, anything and everything creative minds can dream up. And not only is the audience given first peek at the marvelous mini movies themselves, but Fields sits down with the filmmakers and probes their brain, hoping to get a free lesson from a future master. As well, the gracious host is given the chance to interview working people in Hollywood, from actors to producers. And for fans that want more, the BET website is loaded with web extras in addition to the short films and full episodes. Lens On Talent: a Filmmakers Challenge is an excellent program, sure to produce a name to be heard over and over.moreless
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    Michael Palin: Himalaya

    Michael Palin: Himalaya

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    BBC
    Michael Palin: Himalaya is the BBC TV series that follows comedian and adventurer Michael Palin as he embarks on a six-month trip through the Himalayas. Michael has traveled through many countries in his travelogue series, and this is one of the most beautiful. He journeys through Afghanistan, through India and to the region known as the Death Zone near Everest's base. Michael traveled 3,000 miles through the Himalaya mountain range, trekking up several of the mountains. The highest point on the journey goes all the way up to Everest Base Camp, an altitude of 17,500 feet. He also journeys to locations like the Bhutanese capital, the Tiger Leaping Gorge, and the Bay of Bengal. Along the way he meets fascinating characters like the Dalai Lama, the Bhutanese royal family, and the Konyak headhunters, learning about their histories and customs. Join Michael as he continues his BBC travelogue series in Michael Palin: Himalaya.moreless
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    Cool Fuel

    Cool Fuel

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    Planet Green
    This show features Shaun Murphy and his team as they travel across America to find resources to create fuel alternatives.
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    P.O.V.

    P.O.V.

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    PBS
    Since 1988, P.O.V. has been showcasing "documentaries with a point of view." P.O.V. is the longest-running series on television featuring documentary films. Many of the films deal with social issues around the world, taking an intimate and unrelenting look at people and places that aren't always covered by mainstream media. The series has developed a highly distinguished reputation, and many P.O.V. programs have gone on to win various awards including three Oscars, nineteen Emmys, thirty-six CINE Golden Eagles, and twelve Peabody Awards. Dozens of high-profile and well respected directors have had films premiere on P.O.V., including Michael Moore, Jonathan Demme, Terry Zwigoff, Errol Morris, Albert and David Maysles, Michael Apted, Frederick Wiseman, MArlon Riggs, and Ross McElwee. The 2010 season kicked off with Robert Kenner's Oscar nominated Food, Inc., an examination of corporate farming in the United States. P.O.V. airs on PBS and is a production of American Documentary, Inc.moreless
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    Eco Heroes

    Eco Heroes

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    Sundance Channel
    Eco Heroes is a reality television series from The Sundance Channel that follows host Majora Carter as she travels around the country and visits with some of the nation's most visionary leaders in the Eco Movement, drawing attention to the work being done to improve humanity's relationship with the environment and ensure a better future for the planet. Majora Carter has spent the past decade working in environmental justice and as an economic consultant. A New York City native, she founded the non-profit corporation Sustainable South Bronx, an organization that seeks to improve environmental conditions in the famous NYC borough. In this series, she meets with some of the country's other passionate environmentalists, offering viewers a better sense of both the amount of work being done around the country to make our cities greener, as well as the need for these projects to continue and multiply. Eco Heroes is a revealing series that draws attention to some of America's unsung environmental champions.moreless
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    The Atheism Tapes

    The Atheism Tapes

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    BBC
    The Atheism Tapes is a six-part documentary series originally airing on the BBC that features prominent academics discussing Atheism. The series is hosted and presented by Jonathan Miller. Each of the six episodes features an extended interview with one of the following academics and scholars: Colin McGinn, Steven Weinberg, Arthur Miller, Richard Dawkins, Denys Turner and Daniel Dennett. Colin McGinn, an English philosopher, talks about a number of reasons why someone should or should not believe in God. Steven Weinberg, an American physicist, discusses the Design Argument and its effectiveness is proving the existence of God. Arther Miller, American playwright, explains atheism through the perspective of Judaism, as well as the history of antisemitism that derives from the notion that Jewish people do not believe Jesus Christ was the son of God. Richard Dawkins, an English biologist, discusses his idea that evil may exist because of a personification of a deeply-held belief. Denys Turner, a British theologian, wonders whether or not being an atheist or theist depends on the questions you ask yourself to begin with. Finally, Daniel Dennett, an American philosopher, talks at length about his own atheist, as well as why he believes Darwin's Theory of Evolution was such a dangerous idea to his contemporaries.moreless
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    Lunar Landing

    Lunar Landing

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    The History Channel
    Lunar Landing documentary on The History Channel.
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    Christianity: The First Two Thousand Years

    Christianity: The First Two Thousand Years

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    A&E
    Trace the rise and history of Christianity in this comprehensive look at the events and people who have influenced and been a part of the epic journey that is the evolution of faith. Drawing on ancient texts, the Scriptures, commentary from renowned scholars, and visits to sites like Istanbul's Hagia Sophia, "Christianity: The First Two Thousand Years" is the most complete account of the history of one of the world's most important religions. Chronicling not just the events and personalities that left indelible marks on the landscape of faith, but also the forces behind them, this panoramic journey through twenty centuries of belief and conflict covers everything from the crucifixion to the crusades to the revoluttionary changes of Vatican II while detailing how the New Testament was shaped and how it, in turn, shaped the world we live today.moreless
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    Battle Tech

    Battle Tech

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    FOX
    BattleTech is an animated television series that aired of FOX that was based within the BattleTech universe. The series was short-lived, with only 13 episodes being produced. The show focused on Adam Steiner, a fictional character from the BattleTech universe. He is a military officer bent on liberating his home planet from an invading human army. The series was regarded for its blend of computer animation for battle sequences and traditional animation for the other scenes. The story of the show begins in the year 3050. Adam Steiner, presently living on the planet Tharkad as a teach at the Nagelring Military Academy, gets word that the Inner Sphere, a region of settled interstellar space, is being invaded by the Clans, a powerful human army. The planet of Somerset falls to the Clans, which is Steiner's home world. All communication to the planet is lost, and Steiner looses contact with his brother Andrew who lives on the planet. Steiner decides to take things into his own hands and requests permission from the Federated Commonwealth's ruling family to assemble a force to gain information on the Clans and liberate Somerset.moreless
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    D-Day: The Total Story

    D-Day: The Total Story

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    The History Channel
    D-Day: The Total Story is The History Channel's three-part documentary on the invasion of Normandy in Operation Overlord, or as it is better known, D-Day. The History Channel dives into the story of the largest amphibious invasion in history, using combat footage, interviews with the soldiers of the invasion, and commentary from historians to tell the story. D-Day had huge decisions and some tragic losses, and this series aims to be the ultimate telling of the story, going back to the initial plans and strategies, all the way to the final breakthrough of troops. We hear the larger strategies of Eisenhower, Montgomery, Marshall and Bradley, and we also see what defense strategies the Germans had to try to block the attack. Narrated by actor Gerald McRaney, the documentary takes an in-depth look at the battle which took the lives of many, showing the heroism and valor of the men who fought in it, getting first-hand accounts from survivors. Watch as the historical battle unfolds on screen on The History Channel's D-Day: The Total Story.moreless
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    Discover: Prehistoric Planet

    Discover: Prehistoric Planet

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    The Science Channel
    Discover: Prehistoric Planet is The Science Channel series that takes viewers back in time to examine prehistoric worlds and the history behind one of the coolest creatures ever; the dinosaur. Go back through history to examine what happened, and check out the present day advancements and discoveries that are demystifying the history of these amazing animals that once roamed our planet. Learn about Utah's Dino Graveyard, where scientists have discovered a new species of bizarre feathered dinosaurs. Learn about one of paleontology's biggest mysteries, a dinosaur scientists refer to as Jane. See how scientists are trying to learn from mother nature's lessons to try to outsmart her in the future. Take an exclusive look at the Dino Lab, where simulations of digital dinosaurs are put to the test. Learn about the new developments in the history of the king of the prehistoric world, the T-Rex, and take a look at the changes the discoveries have made to what it may have looked like. Join The Science Channel in a trip to the amazing time of dinosaurs on Discover: Prehistoric Planet.moreless
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    The Lives of the Apostles Paul and Peter

    The Lives of the Apostles Paul and Peter

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    Vision Video
    The Lives of the Apostles Paul and Peter is the documentary series where public television Host Rick Steves brings us on a journey into the history of the Apostles Paul and Peter. Rick heads on a journey to modern-day Turkey and Greece, visiting places like Ephesus, Philippi, Athens and Corinth. He shows us the journey of Paul through the ruins of buildings where he spoke, and early places of worship. Visiting the places helps viewers appreciate the story of Paul, and learn about what brought on his written words which still inspire readers today. Rick also goes on a journey to tell the story of the Apostle Peter, from his days as a fisherman up through his adventure with Jesus and the events of his death and resurrection. He visits Trinity Lutherna Seminary in Columbus, Ohio to get the background on the dynamic leader of the early church, finding how he went from a fisherman to a model of what it means to follow Christ. Join host Rick Steves for an insightful and inspiring journey into the lives and legacy of these apostles on The Lives of the Apostles Paul and Peter.moreless
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