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    Strange Sex

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    TLC
    Strange conditions and fetishes are brought to light with first hand accounts and commentary from doctors and the people experiencing the sexual attractions themselves.
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    The Nature of Things

    The Nature of Things

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    CBC
    This multi-award-winning show has been broadcast in more than 80 countries, including the United States, on The Discovery Channel and PBS. On the air since 6 November 1960, it is one of the longest-running television shows in Canada. Biologist and geneticist David Suzuki has hosted the show since 1979.moreless
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    The Joy Behar Show

    The Joy Behar Show

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    HLN
    The Joy Behar Show features comedian & Emmy Award winner, Joy Behar, as she hosts her own variety talk show where she discusses world issues, hot topics & every day events with a variety of guests.moreless
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    Seven Sunrise

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    Seven Network
    Sunrise screens weekdays between 6am-9am with Kochie and Mel tackling the issues that matter and aiming to give viewers a voice by using talkback television. Like talkback radio, viewers will set the news agenda of the day by getting their point straight to air by email, SMS or conventional mail. Some of the issues raised are written on a whiteboard on set - the ROSwall (Responses of Sunrisers) - then Kochie and Mel chase the story and seek appropriate action on behalf of the audience. In this era of breaking news, Sunrise uses a constant news and weather ticker to report the latest headlines. In a first for commercial television in Australia, the ticker runs news headlines from across the world across the bottom of the screen for a constant three hours. Sunrise has a stable of regular guests unlike any other news program on television. All are experts in their field. The line-up includes Foreign Affairs Editor Dr Keith Suter, Medical Editor Dr John D'Arcy and Sunrise Vet Rachele Lowe. Sunrise's mission is to deliver a balanced breakfast. News and information combined with entertainment and humour. It's the perfect way to start your day.moreless
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    Today (Australia)

    Today (Australia)

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    The Nine Network
    The Australian version of Breakfast TV Show, Today is hosted by acclaimed Journalists, Karl Stefanovic and Lisa Wilkinson. Richard Wilkins provides all the inside entertainment information, while Georgie Gardner presents the news. Sports News is presented by Cameron Williams and Steve Jacobs is the Weatherman. Today is Australia's longest running breakfast television program and has been on air for over 20 years. At Today, the motto is "it's a brand new day everyday".moreless
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    This Week

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    BBC
    A punchy, irreverent and satirical British current affairs show hosted by interviewer and former Sunday Times editor, Andrew Neil. Each week, Andrew is joined on his sofa by former Conservative Minister, Michael Portillo, and a left-leaning guest. At the beginning of each episode, a well-known person presents their Take of the Week on a topic they are concerned about. After a debate on this, it's on to Round Up of the Week with a political journalist or commentator and more debate. Finally, a celebrity is invited to give their opinions on a social/cultural subject in Spotlight.moreless
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    NBA Tonight

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    ESPN
    NBA Tonight is the new late night studio show on ESPN covering all of the latest news in the world of basketball. Highlights will be shown, analysis will be provided and interviews with the night's top performers will also be on the half hour program.moreless
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    Primetime Live

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    ABC
    Welcome to the PrimeTime Live guide at TV.com. Today's headlines come together on Thursday evenings with hard hitting investigative reports and undercover reporting that has, over the years, made a difference. Primetime, an American news magazine show on the ABC network, began August 10, 1989 with Sam Donaldson and Diane Sawyer. The early name for this show was actually "Primetime Live", but that changed when Sam Donaldson left, was replaced by Charles Gibson and was then called "Primetime Thursday". When the 2004-05 season began, ABC again reinvented this series with Chris Cuomo, Cynthia McFadden and John Quinones replacing Charles Gibson. Diane Sawyer has been the only regular anchor throughout this long-run series. On July 2005, the name was again altered to be simply, "Primetime", although some references have slipped through still calling it "Primetime Live". Interviews, human interest features and events that touch our lives are found here with people we've come to trust. Investigative reporting includes reports on insurance scams, bogus and dangerous botox injections, examination of how Iraq war veterans return home to lives of poverty. Other stories included Charles Gibson's report on the efforts to separate conjoined Virginia twins. Also hard hitting, Quiones' looked at the spiritual healer called "John of God," who has attracted millions of desperate victims and Sawyer's telling report from behind bars in a women's maximum security prison. Plus, of course, current events that have yet to happen.moreless
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    Deadly 60

    Deadly 60

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    BBC Two
    Steve Backshall travels across six continents to find the world's most dangerous animals.
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    Dish Nation

    Dish Nation

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    MyNetwork TV
    Radio personalities will have their shows simulcast for a national audience every weekday on Dish Nation.
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    GameTrailers TV with Geoff Keighley

    GameTrailers TV with Geoff Keighley

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    Spike TV
    Get access to the world of videogaming as Geoff Keighley, Amanda MacKay and Daniel Kayser report on the latest in game reviews and previews.
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    The Crossover

    The Crossover

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    NBC Sports (ended 2013)
    Michelle Beadle hosted this series that combined the world of sports and pop culture.
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    Starting Point

    Starting Point

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    CNN (ended 2013)
    Starting Point was a CNN morning news television show originally hosted by Soledad O'Brien. The series ran from 2012-2013 before being replaced by New Day.
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    Bump!

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    LOGO
    Bump! is a travel show shown in the US on the Logo Network. Star Charlie David, lesbian playwright Shannon McDonough, and model J.R. Anderson take you on a trip around the world to the best gay and lesbian hotspots and vacation destinations, all without ever leaving your couch.moreless
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    This Week

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    ABC
    In his role as anchor of This Week, Stephanopoulos regularly interviews prominent figures in the Bush administration, including Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, as well as newsmakers from both sides of the aisle in Congress. In July 2003, Stephanopoulos conducted a rare joint interview with Supreme Court Justices Sandra Day O'Connor and Stephen Breyer, the first-ever Sunday morning interview with two sitting Supreme Court justices. He conducted a second interview with Breyer in fall 2005.moreless
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    Some Assembly Required

    Some Assembly Required

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    Discovery Channel (ended 2008)
    Did you ever wonder how a television is put together or what goes into the making of mundane items around the house? Some Assembly Required dives in to take a look at how things are made, from high tech to toothpaste.moreless
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    Off Limits

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    Travel Channel
    Don Wildman hosts and sets out to explore some of the most hidden places across America.
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    NFL PrimeTime

    NFL PrimeTime

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    ESPN
    With too many games airing every Sunday to watch, NFL PrimeTime condenses all of the action into a one-hour program. Trey Wingo hosts and Merril Hoge and Trent Dilfer provide the analysis on NFL PrimeTime, recapping all of the action from the previous week in football.moreless
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    Fast Money

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    CNBC
    Catch the recap of the day's stock market moves on this financial-focused show. Get all the news and angles straight from the stock exchange floor.
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    The OT

    The OT

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    FOX
    Sometimes three hours is not enough time for a football game. Airing Sunday nights at 7 PM The OT will feature extended coverage of America's Game of the Week or recap any notable games throughout the day. The OT provides closure for sports fans to the weekend in football.moreless
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