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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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    Barbara Walters Special: 30 Mistakes in 30 Years

    Barbara Walters Special: 30 Mistakes in 30 Years

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    Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc.
    Walters chronicles her biggest interview faux pas.
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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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    Battle of the X-Planes: Nova

    Battle of the X-Planes: Nova

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    NOVA follows the battles and backroom deal-making between Lockheed and Boeing in their race to win the largest defense contract ever, worth $1 trillion. Follow four years of decision-making regarding test flights, aviation engineering and contract negotiations that resulted in the Joint Strike Fighter -- a plane made to be adaptable, affordable and stealthy.moreless
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    Democracy Now!

    Democracy Now!

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    Democracy Now!
    Democracy Now! is a daily news program of news, analysis, and opinion distributed as a streaming video on their website and aired by more than 700 radio, television, satellite and cable TV networks in North America. Democracy Now! is known most for its one hour "War and Peace" report that airs every morning. It is hosted by investigative journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez. The program is 100% independently funded. It is financially sustained through independent contributions from listeners, viewrs, and foundations. Democracy Now! does not accept monies from advertisers, corporations or the government. Democracy Now! was founded in 1996 in New York City by journalists Amy Goodman, Juan Gonzalez, Larry Bensky, Salim Muwakkil, and Julie Drizin. The "War and Peace" report is primarily hosted by Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, with Jeremy Scahill contributing frequently. Democracy Now! is the flagship program of the Pacifica Radio network. The video broadcast of the "War and Peace" report airs on public access cable television, on satellite and on the Internet as both a live stream, archived video and audio only programs.moreless
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    Hubworld The Show

    Hubworld The Show

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    The Hub (ended 2011)
    Hubworld The Show is the series that catches you up on everything that's happening on The Hub. The Hub is a digital cable and satellite television channel launched by Discovery Communications and Hasbro in 2010. The channel has programming for 6-12 year olds, and is a replacement for Discovery Kids. The programming is catered to young children in the daytime, and families in the evenings. With original children's programs, syndicated older programs, classic TV sitcoms, feature films, and dramas, the programming on The Hub is varied and highly entertaining. Some of the new shows include Transformers: Prime, G.I. Joe: Renegades, R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour, and Pound Puppies. On Hubworld The Show, actor/comedian/magician host Justin "Kredible" Willman brings you the latest in pop culture and Hub happenings. With reports on kids' entertainment, movies, music, sports and more, as well as clips from the Hub original series, children can be sure they don't miss any of the Hub action thanks to Hubworld The Show. A regular segment featured was J2LUK, where singer/guitarist/songwriter Danny Tieger, performed the news in song. Sometimes he would perform songs that fit the theme of the show (IE; Super Bowl, Transformers, Earth Day). The series lasted exactly a calendar year (52 episodes).moreless
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    Paranormal TV

    Paranormal TV

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    This content focuses on anything from psychic phenomena to ghosts and aliens. It tries to explain the unexplained!
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    Have I Got News for You

    Have I Got News for You

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    BBC
    "Have I Got News For You" is a long-running, satirical panel quiz, poking fun at the news stories of the past week. Each week two guests join team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton, with a guest host presiding over the points.moreless
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    Known Universe

    Known Universe

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    National Geographic (Mini-Series 2009)
    This National Geographic mini-series explores subjects such as space and time in the universe.
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    Nasty By Nature

    Nasty By Nature

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    Discovery Channel
    This show looks into the many revolting habits of animals and human beings and questions why they do these things.
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    What Would You Do?

    What Would You Do?

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    ABC
    What Would You Do? is a reality hidden-camera show broadcast on ABC as part of the "Primetime" series. Hosted by John Quinones, the show sets up everday scenarios to gauge the reaction of or test the character of witnesses and passerby's, which are caught using hidden cameras. Some of the situations set up by the show include: a woman who says she has been drinking asking strangers to blow into a breathalyzer to help start her car, an out-of-control soccer coach verbally abusing a child, and a man trying to lure a visibly drunken woman out of a restaurant and back to his house. Many people ignore the situation and mind their own business. Others survey the situation and step in when they feel things have gone too far. Some even step in immediately to make their voices heard. The main question is: when faced with an ethical dilemma, would you do the right thing?moreless
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    The Electric Playground

    The Electric Playground

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    G4
    While you may play the games, do you really know the people behind the games? The Electric Playground highlights those "invisible people" who are the true stars of the games: The game developers, writers, concept artists, directors, producers, and anyone involved in creating games. Hosted by Victor Lucas and Tommy Tallarico, they go on location with Co-hosts Julie Stoffer, Geoff Keighley and Jade Raymond to interview those people in the gaming industry to let you know the creative and always exciting minds behind those games you love to play. Plus get a preview of upcoming games, news from the gaming industry and get gaming info on some of your favorite stars. In 2007 EP curiously was absent from G4's lineup in the United States, but new episodes were shown in Canada. In the summer of 2007 EP returned to G4 as an online podcast. Note: Reviews on the Run (Called Judgment Day in the U.S.) is a spin-off of a segment from this show.moreless
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    Buried Treasure

    Buried Treasure

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    FOX
    Twin antique-dealer brothers, Leigh and Leslie Keno, will travel across America searching for hidden treasure in people's homes. If they find a treasure, they will lobby for the family to sell the item.moreless
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    ESPN FC

    ESPN FC

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    ESPN2
    An extension of the popular website, this daily show updates viewers on all the latest happenings in the world of soccer. Dan Thomas and Max Bretos rotate as hosts with analysis by ESPN's soccer announcers and former players.moreless
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    The Andrew Marr Show

    The Andrew Marr Show

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    BBC
    The BBC's former political editor, Andrew Marr, hosts this weekly flagship morning talk show, originally known as Sunday AM. In addition to topical political discussions with politicians and commentators, there is usually a cultural segment with guests from the world of theatre or cinema, as well as a musical act to finish.moreless
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    Imus In The Morning

    Imus In The Morning

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    MSNBC
    Imus In The Morning has aired in one form or another on radio since the 1970's. In September 1996, Imus debuted on MSNBC. It's one of the network's highest-rated shows.

    In 2005, MSNBC enabled Imus to leave the confines of the WFAN studio and built a set for his show at their Secaucus, New Jersey headquarters. Charles McCord joins him in this studio, as well as many of the guests. The remainder of the staff (Bernard McGuirk, Chris Carlin et al) join the show from the WFAN studios.

    Every year from the last week in May until the first week of September, Imus broadcasts from a studio at his ranch in New Mexico. The remainder of the cast continues to broadcast from New York and New Jersey. The show was canceled by MSNBC and WFAN in April of 2007, following Imus' remarks about the Rutgers woman's basketball team. December 3, 2007, Imus and the crew returned to radio and television, on WABC and RFD TV.moreless
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    The Big Breakfast

    The Big Breakfast

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    Channel 4 (ended 2002)
    The Big Breakfast was a live magazine show, which aired on Channel 4. Since it's first show, it provided many of today's TV's stars with their big break; Chris Evans, Gaby Roslyn, and Johnny Vaughan all found greater fame since hosting the show. The show's greatest novelty was it's setting; a former terrace of 3 cottages in East London, once lived in by the lock keepers of the Old Ford Lock on the Lees Navigation Canal. The show was presented from the living room, with interviews by the fireplace, round the kitchen table, and on the bed in the boudoire. They even presented from a shed at the bottom of the garden. The show was set apart from others by it's wacky and colourful presentation, and was nominated for, and even won, along with it's presenters, several awards. The show was then axed by Channel 4 at the height of its popularity with the fans.moreless
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    E!'s 101

    E!'s 101

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    E!
    In this series, E! lists 101 of the most significant moments in certain aspects of entertainment, from celebrity couplings to major public gaffes. Actors, comedians and "experts" from the field of entertainment provide commentary throughout each countdown. Each countdown takes place over the course of five nights. The show runs as occasional specials and is rerun ad nauseum by E!moreless
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    Hardball with Chris Matthews

    Hardball with Chris Matthews

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    CNBC
    For the most part, Hardball with Chris Matthews is a political debate and discussion show. Chris Matthews offers viewers a rotating cast of politicians and political wonks; and he peppers them with a rapid fire slew of tough questions in hopes that one wil crack and say something inappropriate, or, even worse, true. Hardball airs weeknights at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. EST, on MSNBC.moreless
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    Penn & Teller Tell A Lie

    Penn & Teller Tell A Lie

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    Discovery Channel
    Celebrity duo Penn & Teller present up to seven outrageous and funny stories per episode told through visual stunts. The home audience will have to determine if the story is true or untrue through an interactive companion experience available at Discovery.com, the Discovery Channel App for iPad and via iPhone.moreless
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