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    Doomsday Preppers

    Doomsday Preppers

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    National Geographic
    While most people sit back and take life one day at a time, some prefer to prepare for every scenario, including an apocalypse. National Geographic explores the world of ordinary Americans who are preparing for the end of the world.moreless
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    Extreme Cuisine with Jeff Corwin

    Extreme Cuisine with Jeff Corwin

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    Food Network
    Jeff Corwin uses his wildlife and food expertise to travel the world and find the best regional food and try it out for himself.
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    Brew Masters

    Brew Masters

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    Discovery Channel (ended 2010)
    Heads-up beer-lovers! The Discovery Channel turns its cameras on Sam Calagione, the founder of Dogfish Head Brewery. Follow Sam and his crew as they travel the world in search of new ingredients and long-standing techniques to produce this original elixir.moreless
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    The Works

    The Works

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    The History Channel
    The Works is a History Channel show hosted by Daniel H. Wilson, a Carnegie educated robotics engineer and American writer. The program reveals the unseen secrets and history of everyday life using real scientific experiments and interviews with experts. Each episode focuses on uncovering the complex systems behind commonplace things, tracing a path from where it has come to where it is today and where it can go in the future. Topics range from common garbage, beer, sneakers or tattoo removal to armored plating and robots. The Works takes the viewer from a basic understanding of a product or service to a fascinating level of behind the scenes knowledge. The viewers become privy to industry trade secrets and interesting historical facts, often presented by top representatives of each perspective field. Scientific, historical and social significance are given equal weight. The Works shows audiences a broad, vibrant and surprising picture of everyday objects and industries.moreless
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    Victory by Design

    Victory by Design

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    Speed TV
    Alain de Cadenet, as host/driver, and Tony Maylam, director/writer of the series, explain how they go about sourcing the most important cars in each marque, and then take those cars to a range of challenging and exotic locations in both the United States and Europe.moreless
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    Really Wild Animals

    Really Wild Animals

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    National Geographic
    Really Wild Animals is a nature TV series developed by the National Geographic Society that set out to educate children on the variety of wild, creepy, crawly, and winged animals in the animal kingdom. Hosted by Spin, the life-like National Geographic logo voiced by the late actor Dudley Moore, Really Wild Animals centers on specific areas around the world in order to show what type of creatures call it home. From the elephants, zebras, and lions roaming the far-stretching safaris of Africa to the weird inhabitants, such as the emu, platypus, and the koala, of the Australian outback to the tough creatures, like the penguins, caribou, and walruses, in the Arctic and Antarctic, no creature is left out in the cold as Spin shares the unique variety of creatures out there in the world. Each episode often highlights a specific issue affecting that particular region, such as deforestation of the rain forests, the harsh reality of the Arctic, and the pollution factor of the oceans. Really Wild Animals is an informative and creative children's series geared to share, explore, and teach about what the world of wildlife has to offer.moreless
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    The History of Sex

    The History of Sex

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    The History Channel
    The History of Sex is a 1999 five-part documentary series produced by The History Channel that tells the story of human sexuality from the beginning of recorded times in ancient Greece up to the present day, crafting an illuminating account of both the many ways things have changed over the years and the many more ways things have remained the same. This series is narrated by Peter Coyote and includes interviews with leading figures in sex, from Dr. Ruth Westheimer, known for her candid conversation about sexual health on radio and TV, to Hugh Hefner, the always high-profile creator of Playboy magazine. Each episode of the series focuses on a different period in history. The first episode covers Ancient Greece, then the series moves on to the Eastern world, the middle ages, the Victorian era, and finally the 20th century and the changes caused by sexually transmitted infections, birth control, and the sex industry.moreless
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    Battle Stations: Radar

    Battle Stations: Radar

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    The History Channel takes a fascinating look at radar technology, from its accidental discovery to the many ways the Allies used it in World War II. From MIT's "Radlab" and the tall radar towers built along England's southern coast to warn of German bombers to U.S. submarines' use of radar to fight the Japanese in the Pacific, see how radar revolutionized the way wars are fought, including moving women to the front lines for the first time.moreless
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    Forensic Firsts

    Forensic Firsts

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    Smithsonian Channel
    Forensic Firsts gives viewers an inside look at how detectives strive to solve history's dramatic murder cases using innovative forensic science. More criminals are being convicted that ever before. See how forensic tools are changing crime solving.moreless
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    Alaska Fish Wars

    Alaska Fish Wars

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    National Geographic
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    This Emotional Life

    This Emotional Life

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    PBS
    This Emotional Life is a documentary TV series developed by PBS that explores how we as people interact with our social and emotional natures, from improving relationships to dealing with internal wars of depression and anxiety. Harvard Psychologist Professor Daniel Gilbert, a best-selling author of Stumbling on Happiness, interviews and discusses with experts, his fellow psychologists and scientific researchers, on what the latest science has to hold on what makes us tick and what we can do to combat any and all of the emotional issues a number of us face every day. This Emotional Life looks specifically at what exactly these issues are, from what is stress to anger and addiction, to what effect they have on the physical body with unique stories from the perspectives of people experiencing them, such as Chevy Chase on how he fell in love with his wife and Richard Gere’s personal philosophy on meditation.moreless
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    Barefoot Contessa: Back to Basics

    Barefoot Contessa: Back to Basics

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    Food Network
    Barefoot Contessa: Back to Basics is a cooking show featuring celebrity chef Ina Garten, author of the best-selling "The Barefoot Contessa Cookbook." In her previous show, Chef Garten brought viewers into her kitchen for a glimpse at her fabulous dinner parties and the elaborate preparation required for those top-notch soirees. In this series, Chef Garten leads you through some simpler recipes that are perfect for everyday living. Every once in a while there's nothing better than inviting over a group of friends, decorating the dining room with fresh flowers and setting out your finest dinner ware for a multi-course meal fit for royalty. Most days, though, eating is simply something that must be done, and there's no reason those everyday meals can't shine and dazzle like the ones you spend days preparing. Barefoot Contessa: Back to Basics is an engaging series, full of easy recipes and helpful tips on spicing up your daily diet.moreless
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    Get Out Alive

    Get Out Alive

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    Discovery Channel
    Get Out Alive is a six-part series from the Discovery Channel that looks at some of the most intense survival situations of the modern era and evaluates the events from every possible angle. Each episode tracks the happenings of a different high-risk situation, explaining the events that lead up to the event, the events that transpired during the event, and the aftermath of the entire ordeal. Some of the gut-wrenching situations covered include the tale of Michael Thexton, a passenger on the infamous hijacked Pan Am Flight 103, the struggle of John Phillippi and Blaine Mayhugh, two men trapped underground in a mine for days, and Jerel Shafffer, an ordinary man kidnapped on an exotic fishing trip in Columbia. Get Out Alive combines interviews, stock footage, and dramatic reenactments in order to paint the entire picture and do so in a thrilling fashion. Whether you're an adrenaline junkie or just looking for a few modern survival tricks, Get Out Alive is certainly a good viewing choice.moreless
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    Stop Bullying Speak Up

    Stop Bullying Speak Up

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    Into The Pride

    Into The Pride

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    Discovery Channel
    This five-part series follows large predator expert, Dave Salmoni, as he goes on a six-month mission to save the lions in the Namibian bush from losing their lives.
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    Unsung

    Unsung

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    TV One
    Artists and groups share their stories of careers that have been unappreciated in the media and beyond.
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    Life

    Life

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    Discovery Channel
    This 11-part series explores the diversity of life on Earth.
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    Most Evil

    Most Evil

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    Investigation Discovery
    Investigation Discovery's Most Evil follows Columbia University forensic psychiatrist Dr. Michael Stone as he attempts to better understand the minds of the worlds most infamous criminals.
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    Weed Wars

    Weed Wars

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    Discovery Channel
    Steve DeAngelo is the owner of Oakland Harborside Health Center in Oakland, California, which serves 80,000 clients. He works to give his clients the best product available and uses his business to boost the national regulation and taxation of marijuana.moreless
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    Fish Warrior

    Fish Warrior

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    National Geographic
    Jakub Vagner, a world famous angler, fishes with a unique way of doing things.
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