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    On Death Row

    On Death Row

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    Investigation Discovery
    On Death Row is the Investigation Discovery mini-series where filmmaker Werner Herzog explores capital punishment across four episodes. A companion to his feature-length documentary on a Texas murder case and death sentence, On Death Row further explores the issue by looking at four more cases and five prisoners facing a death sentence.moreless
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    Science of the Bible

    Science of the Bible

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    National Geographic
    Go beyond the Bible text and see visual representations of the many significant Biblical stories and references.
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    The Whistle

    The Whistle

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    NBC Sports
    A 10 part series, The Whistle provides a look at the lives of top athletes away from the field, as well as educational instructions on how to learn moves, trick shots and more plays that the top stars in sports use. New episodes will air on Fridays.moreless
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    United Stats of America

    United Stats of America

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    The History Channel
    Learn the numbers and data associated with everything from how many texts we send to the amount of money we make.
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    Justice: What's The Right Thing To Do?

    Justice: What's The Right Thing To Do?

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    WGBH
    Justice: What's The Right Thing To Do? is a television series produced by Harvard University and the WGBH network. The show films lectures held by Harvard professor and author Michael Sandel, who urges his students to deconstruct ideas and theories relating to justice, equality, democracy, and citizenship. The classes are intended to increase the student's knowledge of philosophy and moral ethics by introducing them to some of the greatest philosophers - Aristotle, Kant, Mill, Locke - and by testing what they have theorized. After the students are introduced to these long-term beliefs, Michael puts their critical thinking skills to the test by creating hypothetical moral dilemmas and asking them what they think is the right thing to do given the situation. Students are encouraged to stand up and voice their opinions, which usually results in a larger debate including the entire class. The show is both fun to watch and educational and is a must see for anyone who enjoys a little intellectual stimulation.moreless
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    MLK: The Assassination Tapes

    MLK: The Assassination Tapes

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    Smithsonian Channel
    MLK: The Assassination Tapes is the Smithsonian Channel one-hour documentary which uses rare images, video and audio to tell the story of the historic murder of Dr. Martin Luther King. The footage mostly comes from the Special Collections Division at the University of Memphis, and much of it has never been seen since they first gathered it in 1968. Using only the archived footage with no narrator or interviews in the present day, the documentary paints an emotional picture of the events leading up to one of the defining moments in American History.moreless
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    Wiggle Time

    Wiggle Time

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    PBS Kids
    The #1 children's band and the most coolest fab-4 ever! From Gumballisthebest, Children can now understand how to be nice to each other and learn lessons. Go on adventure's with Sam (12), Murray (15), Anthony (12)and the little baby Jeff (3)with their friends Dorothy, Captain, Wags and Henry.moreless
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    Carla Cametti PD

    Carla Cametti PD

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    SBS One
    This six-part Australian crime series is centered around Carla Cametti, an Italian-Australian Police Detective.
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    Bringing Home Baby

    Bringing Home Baby

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    TLC
    There's nothing quite like walking out of the hospital with your first child, putting your newborn in the car for the first time, driving home, and walking through the door with your new family member. Now what? Bringing Home Baby is a new show that focuses on those first few incredible days at home. It's time to learn how to hold babies, feed them, burp them, diaper them, swaddle them, calm them down, trim their fingernails… and try to get some well-deserved rest. The first few days at home for rookie parents are a jumble of emotions. They experience everything from joy, excitement, love and happiness, to fear, uncertainty and insecurity. No matter how prepared you think you are, you still don't really know what you're in for, and you have no idea how tired you can possibly get! TLC's series "Bringing Home Baby" focuses on those first 36 hours at home with your new baby. Sure, a newborn does only a few things: eat, sleep, cry and go through diapers. But each of those activities presents its own set of challenges for new parents. Plus, there seems to be an endless list of skills to master for a newborn: you've got to learn how to hold them, feed them, burp them, diaper them, swaddle them, calm them down, trim their fingernails and get them to sleep. Meanwhile, a new mom has her own health to think about as well. Sometimes friends and family are there to lend a hand and help the newbie parents learn the ropes. But having friends and family involved can complicate even non-stressful situations. What happens when Dad changes his first diaper - with his mother-in-law hovering over his shoulder? What about that entire extended family that wants to show up and celebrate? What if the dogs can't adapt to the newest addition? That's right. It's part bundle of joy/part bundle of nerves when you're Bringing Home Baby!moreless
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    Wiggly Waffle

    Wiggly Waffle

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    PBS Kids (ended 2013)
    The Wiggles have created a second show on the air with some old episodes from the first show and new ones with more action featuring the 5th wiggle, JB (Juisebox), Captain Dorothy Wags Henry and The Wiggles.moreless
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    Ocean Mysteries

    Ocean Mysteries

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    ABC
    Exploring exotic sea creatures and their similarities to humans and other land animals. The series won 2 Emmy Awards for Outstanding Directing in a Lifestyle/Culinary/Travel Program and Outstanding Travel Program
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    Ninja: Shadow Warriors

    Ninja: Shadow Warriors

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    Smithsonian Channel
    Ninja: Shadow Warriors is the Smithsonian Channel series that explores the legends of the ancient soldiers. See ninja master Tanba lead his soldiers into battle against Samurai, learning the secret ninja techniques of spying, warfare and more.
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    Tennis Channel Academy

    Tennis Channel Academy

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    The Tennis Channel
    Tennis Channel Academy is The Tennis Channel's instructional series which will help you get to the top of your game. Tennis Channel Academy joins top coaches for instruction on all aspects of tennis, showing you tips for on and off the court which they have also taught to champions.moreless
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    Stephen Hawking's Sci Fi Masters

    Stephen Hawking's Sci Fi Masters

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    The Science Channel
    Stephen Hawking's Sci Fi Masters is The Science Channel series where science genius, professor and host Stephen Hawking brings viewers along on six adventures into scientific imagination. Humans have tried throughout history to understand our universe, time, matter, and other scientific mysteries. Often we have looked to science fiction for different answers to these questions. Now Stephen discusses these stories with great writers, directors and actors from the sci-fi genre, including Sam Waterston, Judy Davis, Malcolm McDowell and more.moreless
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    How I Rock It

    How I Rock It

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    Esquire
    Former NBA player Baron Davis profiles athletes, musicians and celebrities and the style of the modern day man.
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    Dino Stampede

    Dino Stampede

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    Smithsonian Channel
    Experts examine a 100-million-year-old excavation site that contains hundreds of dinosaur tracks, in what is believed to be the only record of a dinosaur stampede ever found. The question now remains: what made these dinosaurs run?moreless
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    The Unknown War

    The Unknown War

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    Documentary series covering World War II from the Russian perspective. Released in 1978. As full an accounting of the Eastern Front seen up until then. Covers the battles of Moscow, Stalingrad, Leningrad, Kursk, the retaking of Soviet territory and the final battle for Berlin. Even including the Soviet-Japanese battle in Manchuria that ended World War II, a well detailed series narrated by Burt Lancaster.moreless
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    Fields of Valor: The Civil War

    Fields of Valor: The Civil War

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    3net (Mini-Series 2011)
    Fields of Valor: The Civil War is the 3net four-part miniseries epic which brings viewers onto the front lines of The Civil War. See the stories unfold through the eyes of both sides of the war, learning about the beliefs, struggles, battles, wins and losses for both the North and South in this legendary war on American soil.moreless
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    See, Hear: The Middle East

    See, Hear: The Middle East

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    TVO
    See, Hear: The Middle East is the TV Ontario 1985 educational VHS release for elementary and junior high school students. The video shows students the geography, history, religions, customs and people of The Middle East, covering topics like Life in the Desert, Jerusalem, Pearl diving in the Persian Gulf and much more.moreless
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    Calling All Sharks

    Calling All Sharks

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    National Geographic
    Calling All Sharks pairs National Geographic Ultimate Explorer correspondent Mireya Mayor with renowned underwater cinematographer Bob Cranston in a mission to capture the beauty and ferocious power of the great white shark. The show highlights the use of a unique sound wave device, otherwise known as Shark Sonics, to attract sharks to the camera and offer viewers closeup footage of these amazing ocean predators. In the past, sharks were lured with a mixture of fish parts and blood called chum. Unfortunately, chum muddies the waters and causes the sharks to go into a frenzy. With Shark Sonics, viewers will see these great creatures in a more natural state while the researchers suffer less risk of injury to themselves and equipment - or at least, that's the theory. Calling All Sharks follows Cranston and Mayor as they test the new device, losing the shark cage and going face-to-face with great whites without fear for their safety.moreless
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