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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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    Nationwide

    Nationwide

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    BBC (ended 1983)
    British news magazine.
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    Nick News

    Nick News

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    Nickelodeon
    Nick News' flagship educational news-magazine program, is designed to educate young viewers about historical and current events. Hosted by Linda Ellerbee, this Peabody, Parents' Choice and NEA awards winning program encourages kids to look at the world around them and ask the important questions: Who, What, Where, When, and Why? This show airs every 5 weeks or so and tackles the problems of today .moreless
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    Fox News Sunday

    Fox News Sunday

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    The Fox News Channel's Sunday-drive show, FOX News Sunday is a fresh look from the #1 Cable News channel at the weekend headlines. As stories develop, Host Chris Wallace breaks the news. The show also features various interviews of top name political newsmakers.moreless
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    Journal Editorial Report

    Journal Editorial Report

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    FOX News Channel
    The Journal Editorial Report is a weekly American interview and panel discussion TV program on Fox News Channel, hosted by Paul Gigot, editorial page editor of the Wall Street Journal. Prior to moving to Fox News, the show aired on PBS for 15 months, ending on December 2, 2005. Opening with a newsmaker of the week, Gigot usually interviews a guest for the first half of the program, asking questions related to the writings of the guest or a current event of interest to the guest. Following the guest segment, the program becomes a panel discussion of Wall Street Journal editorial writers giving their opinions on the political, economic, and cultural issues of the current week. The final segment labeled Hits and Misses lets the panelists speculate on what they believe will happen in the upcoming week.moreless
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    Inside the Newsroom

    Inside the Newsroom

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    ABC News
    From forest fires to political announcements, we bring you the latest headlines that affect you and the world around you. Straight from the newsroom -- the latest headlines and developments from ABC News.moreless
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    Commanding Heights

    Commanding Heights

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    PBS (Mini-Series 2002)
    Commanding Heights is a 6-hour television documentary television series made by PBS in 2002. The series is based off of a book called "Commanding Heights: The Battle for the World Economy" written by Daniel Yergin and Joseph Stanislaw in 1998. The documentary has since been broken up into three 2-hour long segments which are all available for viewing on PBS. In short, the documentary attempts to document the rise of the free-market economy which reigns in most countries today. The series kicks off at the beginning of WWI in 1914. After a most dreadful war, the economies of most countries are nonexistent. Capitalism comes to rise, but these markets are soon trumped by Hitler and others with their communist and fascist ideas. WWII takes place and after the disintegration of communism, economies are stagnant once again. Things changed when Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan came into power during the 1980's. Both leaders disowned a central planning idea, and adopted ideas of free-market economies with little government regulation. Many countries adopted the free-market idea, and as a result, prospered overall. However, Yergin and Stanislaw, the authors of the book, argue that the era of globalization didn't really begin until 1991, with the collapse of the Soviet Union. As the documentary reaches an end, Yergin and Stanislaw argue the improbability of a globalized, free-market economy existing forever. They argue that many third world countries do not have the resources needed to support such economies, and this will lead to a decline of yet another era of globalization. Watch the series and brush up on your economics!moreless
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    America's News HQ

    America's News HQ

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    FOX News Channel
    America's News HQ is an hour-long, multi-camera television program that airs on the weekends on the Fox News Channel. It typically airs several times on both Saturday and Sunday and features a variety of hosts. America's News HQ usually originates from either Washington D.C. or New York City. It first began airing on November 5, 2008 on both the weekend and during the week. The weekday programming ended on January 19, 2009, however. America's News HQ highlights both the top stories of the day as well as the news stories that dominated headlines over the previous week. It also includes interviews with current newsmakers and analysts. Hosts of the show include Uma Pemmaraju, Jamie Colby, Kelly Wright, Gregg Jarrett, Julie Banderas, Rick Folbaum, Juliet Huddy, Eric Shawn and Shannon Bream. Of the seven airings of America's News HQ over the weekend, only the early Saturday show and the midday Sunday program feature a single host instead of a duo.moreless
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    ABC 13 Toledo Live

    ABC 13 Toledo Live

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    WTVG
    ABC 13 Toledo Live is an owned-and-operated television station of ABC Television Network, licensed in Toledo, Ohio. WTVG's studios and offices are located in Toledo and its transmitter is located in Oregon, Ohio.moreless
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    Tales From the Tower

    Tales From the Tower

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    Tales From the Tower is a stylized documentary from BAFTA award winner Robin Bextor that leads viewers on an illuminating and spooky tour through time in the ancient halls, cells, and torture chambers of the United Kingdom's number one tourist attraction, the famed Tower of London. This ancient tower stands tall to this day, despite having been founded in the year 1066. The Tower has played a significant role in England's history, being the subject of many long and violent sieges by aggressors seeking to win the valuable landmark and shift the balance of power. Over the years, the Tower has taken on many roles, including armory, treasury, menagerie, home of the Royal Mint, and the home of the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom. However, the Tower is most commonly remembered as a prison, execution site, and place of torture, and this series doesn't shy away from revealing the grotesque equipment utilized for such grisly purposes.moreless
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    The Grapevine with Brett Baier

    The Grapevine with Brett Baier

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    The Grapevine with Brett Baier is the news series where Brett Baier wraps up the political news of the day. Baier is a journalist and TV host who has worked as a Chief White House Correspondent and Pentagon correspondent for Fox News Channl. He joined the network in 1998, covering tough stories including 9/11and the War on Terrorism. In 2008 he became host of Special Report with Bret Baier, replacing the retiring Brit Hume. Special Report is the television news and political commentary program, which provides reports and analysis of the day's events, specifically political stories and issues. In the show's segment The Grapevine, we get the latest stories fresh off the vine. Learn about the political stories making news today, in short and easy to digest summaries. From federal spending to politicians, laws and more, Brett brings you the freshest political news straight off the vine in The Grapevine with Brett Baier.moreless
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    Politics Live

    Politics Live

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    Politics Live is a podcast co-hosted by Sam Donaldson and David Chalin from ABC. This daily half-hour show is an unscripted dialogue between the hosts and various guests discussing the top political news stories of the day. Want to know why Charlie Rose bet on baseball? That's a question Politics Live will ask. Want to learn about what has happened in the 2008 Presidential election? If you are wondering who was pulling ahead in the race, either John McCain or Barack Obama then stay tuned to this podcast. It offers the most up to date information with inside points of view. If you want to learn how elections are won or learn about the strategies each candidate is using, then watch Politics Live. Learn not only about the news, but why things happen and how everything has a ripple effect. If you are wondering why a conflict in the Middle East makes the price of gas soar around the world, tune in to find out all the answers you need to hear.moreless
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    Global Watch

    Global Watch

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    Global Watch is a news documentary TV series developed by PBS that centers on the world and the global image set forth by the United States. In a time when America had been considered one of the major powerhouses of the past century, Global Watch looks at how the public image is truly viewed by other countries, especially now that the reputation is in a major decline. Anchor Daljit Dhaliwal, field correspondents Gordon Corera, Mark Mullen, and Judy Muller, Global Watch sets out to educate, inform, and connect with viewers in order to become not only citizens of their respective countries but also citizens of the world. While America has dealt with its own problems on the home front, Global Watch is there to show the evolution on where the United States stands in the eyes of the world, including that of its allies, neutrals, and non-friendlies. Global Watch offers videos, newscasts, and articles of recent events, from the U.S. War on Terror and the impact of China, as well as offering ways for viewers to express their opinions with discussion forums and updates.moreless
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    Basketball Hall of Fame

    Basketball Hall of Fame

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    NBA - National Basketball Association
    The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame was established in 1959 in Springfield, Massachusetts as a place to honor players, coaches, announcers, referees, and those involved in the game of basketball. Every year, sports reporters vote anonymously on who they think should be inducted into the Hall of Fame. To be considered as a Hall of Fame inductee, a player must have bn retired for at least five years. Coaches and referees may be inducted while still active, but must have been active for at least twenty five years. Unlike other major sports hall of fame rules, the Basketball Hall of Fame inducts players from leagues outside of the United States. Also unlike other sports, the Basketball Hall of Fame ballots and voting process is kept secret. The first class of inductees included Luther H. Gulick, Edward J. "Ed" Hickox, Ralph Morgan, Oswald Tower, Amos Alonzo Stagg, Harold G. Olsen, and James Naismith.moreless
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    D-Day: The Total Story

    D-Day: The Total Story

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    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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    Unexplained with George Noory

    Unexplained with George Noory

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    Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc.
    Bravely, Unexplained with George Noory, steps out of the light and into the darkness. From executive producers George Noory, Carol Sherman and Jeff Androsky of Natural 9 Entertainment, Unexplained explores the realm of paranormal phenomena, time travel, alien abductions, conspiracies and other facets of the unexplainable. George Noory is the host of the radio program Coast to Coast AM. His show is the most listened to overnight radio program in North America, heard by nearly three million listeners each week on approximately 500 stations in the U.S. and Canada. And now, the well-known radio host joins the SCI FI Late Night lineup with five new episodes of his TV show Unexplained with George Noory. Each half-hour show will feature one-on-one interviews with experts on compelling subjects such as reincarnation, witchcraft and alien abduction, seeking new insights into the domain of the unknown.moreless
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    Dwight D. Eisenhower: Commander-in-Chief

    Dwight D. Eisenhower: Commander-in-Chief

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    Dwight D. Eisenhower's extraordinary military and political career comes into sharp focus with this authoritative profile. Recordings of Eisenhower and insightful interviews with family members and luminaries -- including Sen. John McCain, Tom Brokaw, Gen. Barry McCaffrey, Sen. Bob Dole and Walter Cronkite -- help tell the story of the complex man and his hard-fought journey from the battlefields to the White House.moreless
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    Amanpour

    Amanpour

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    CNN
    Amanpour is the CNN news and interview series where experienced global affairs anchor and international correspondent Christiane Amanpour interviews newsmakers from around the globe. Amanpour has been host to politicians and newsmakers like Robert Mugabe, Jacob Zuma, Mosab Hassan Yousef, Hans Blix and many more, and will return to the air in 2012 after ending its first run in 2010.moreless
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    CNN Heroes

    CNN Heroes

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    CNN
    CNN Heroes is a television special that comes on every year to honor people who make great contributions to help other people. The show first aired on December 6th 2007 and was hosted by Anderson Cooper. It stills continues today, with an awards show that is broadcasted at the end of every year. In between shows viewers can nominate people and vote for the heroes they want to be respected and honored. The first episode of CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute featured 18 finalist heroes for 2007.Many people came from far away places like Florence Cassassauce, from La Paz, Mexico, Rosemary Nyirumbe, from Uganda and, S. Ramakirshnan, from India. There was only one winner though and, Pablo Fajardo, of Ecuador won the 2007 CNN Hero of the year award. In 2008 there were only ten finalists instead of 2007's 18, and the winner for 2008 was Liz McCartney, of St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana. The winner for 2009 was Efren Penaflorida, of Cavite City, Philippines, and the winner for 2010 was Anuradha Koirala, of Mississippi, USA.moreless
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    Motion

    Motion

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    Live Well
    Motion, on the Live Well network, features host Greg Aiello as he explores a variety of outdoor activities. From the Channel Islands in California to Bryce Canyon National Park, Maui, and Big Sur, Aiello takes a Nature-lovers perspective on exploration. Often times filmed solely by Aiello himself, the show acts as a guide on how to adventure to less-traveled places. Camping on a budget, kayaking with friends, and hiking mountains with safety cables are examples of Aiello's hobbies that are documented for viewers to see. Each half hour episode takes viewers to a location off the beaten path, with directions on exactly how to get there. With summer and winter vacations highlighted, Motion is produced with the average outdoorsmen in mind. Aiello narrates throughout, providing an inside look into his climbing, hiking, photography, and general fitness abilities.moreless
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