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    Ultimate Factories

    Ultimate Factories

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    National Geographic
    This docu-series looks at the inner workings of various factories across the United States. It shows the process behind producing the final product.
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    Smash Lab

    Smash Lab

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    Discovery Channel
    Smash Lab features a team of skilled engineers as they take on everyday technology and apply it in fun new ways. For example, would the material used in a bulletproof Kevlar vest be able to protect an airliner from bombs? The Smash Lab team will test it and see!moreless
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    Super Structures of the World

    Super Structures of the World

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    Content Film (ended 2004)
    This documentary goes inside the construction of some of the most interesting and challenging structures to ever be built.
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    America Revealed

    America Revealed

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    PBS
    Yul Kwon is set to host this new series that will debut in Fall 2011.
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    Living with the Tribes: The Adventures of Mark and Olly

    Living with the Tribes: The Adventures of Mark and Olly

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    Travel Channel
    Living with the Tribes: The Adventures of Mark and Olly is the documentary series from the Travel Channel that joins British explorers Mark Anstice and Oliver Steeds as they journey to underdeveloped nations to live with indigenous people. The duo of extreme travelers head to the worlds hidden lands to visit with endangered and unknown tribes. They travel to West Papua to live with the Kombai tribe, a forest tribe that uses skills and tools unfamiliar to the Europeans. Mark and Olly go along with everything the tribe does, learning to live off the jungle around them. They try to make their own treehouse, learn about the harsh Kombai justice system, and experience the festivals of the tribe. The adventurers later joined the Mek tribe of the inaccessible and mysterious highlands, and went on to the small village of Koran Korata in Peru to experience life with the Machigenga tribe. Join in with Mark and Oliver as they travel to distant lands to live with ancient tribes on Travel Channel's Living with the Tribes: The Adventures of Mark and Olly.moreless
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    Ancient Civilizations

    Ancient Civilizations

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    TVO
    Ancient Civilizations is a National Geographic documentary/biography series that explores mysteries ranging from the lost Kingdom of the Maya to Noah's Flood. Each of the 12 episodes examines a mysterious civilization or historical event with the goal of understanding how our modern world has been shaped by ancient historical, cultural and political structures. What are the original roots of a civilization? What sustains a civilization, and what causes it to fall? In seeking answers, the camera follows modern-day scientists as they use state-of-the art technology to discover the underlying truth. A specially-designed robot travels inside the Great Pyramid of Egypt to probe previously inaccessible and unexplored shafts, sonar scans scour the ocean floor for clues to Noah's flood, CT scans investigate the secrets behind King Tut's golden mask, and modern genetics trace the origins of the Phoenicians. Architectural wonders and cultural curiosities that have fascinated people for decades are revealed through the lens of modern technology as this documentary series tries to shed light on the origins of mankind.moreless
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    Invention USA

    Invention USA

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    The History Channel
    Tech and science experts, Riechart Von Wolfshield and Garrett Lisi travel across America to find the next great inventors.
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    Weaponizers

    Weaponizers

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    Discovery Channel
    A trained team of weapons experts turn ordinary vehicles - like a school bus or an ice cream truck - into indestructible remote-control operated machines equipped with the latest in weaponry.moreless
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    Strange Sex

    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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    ECOBIZ

    ECOBIZ

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    Sundance Channel
    Hosted by Alison Stewart, these brief news and human interest segments punctuate the breaks between the Sundance Channel's Big Ideas for a Small Planet airing during The Green block of programming. The emphasis is on the forward-thinking business tactics employed by green visionaries in the government and the business worlds.moreless
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    Motor City Motors

    Motor City Motors

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    Discovery Channel
    James and Dave Kaye are the founders of Detroit Bros. Custom, where they push the limits to create one of a kind custom vehicles. Discovery follows theses creators as they take on the challenge of automotive engineering.moreless
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    Henry Rollins Uncut: Specials

    Henry Rollins Uncut: Specials

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    IFC
    Henry Rollins, the articulate and opinionated former lead singer of "Black Flag", front man of the "Rollins Band", actor, author and spoken word artist takes his unique stage show on the road.moreless
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    Mega Movers

    Mega Movers

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    The History Channel
    Mega Movers is a television program on The History Channel. It first aired on April 18, 2006. It details the preparations and inside problems and details of large moves, such as historical buildings being relocated to new sites miles away (city halls, famous mansions, apartment houses etc.), oil derricks and such like difficult moves (Church and steeple, large off-road dump trucks, Oil platforms, Off-track Locomotives, etc.).moreless
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    Man vs. Cartoon

    Man vs. Cartoon

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    truTV
    Man vs. Cartoon is the TruTV series that takes a look at the physics and science of the wacky world of classic cartoons. We all remember the contraptions and situations in cartoons like Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner, where the clumsy coyote tries to use elaborate means to catch his nemesis the Road Runner. Now the team at New Mexico Tech's Energetic Materials Research and Testing Center are aiming to put those wacky contraptions to the test. The team goes to work to try to recreate Wile E.'s traps to see if they can succeed where he failed, building rocket skates, model plane bombs, Rube Goldberg machines, hot air balloons that drop anvils, and many other classic traps that didn't quite work out. See if the science behind the cartoon is true, and if the cartoon hi-jinks can be recreated in the real world on Man vs. Cartoon.moreless
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    Battleground Earth

    Battleground Earth

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    Planet Green
    Battleground Earth is a Planet Green reality television show starring Chris Ludacris Bridges and Tommy Lee in a competition series to see which one of these world-famous music stars can tour across the country in the most environmentally friendly way. Ludacris is an experienced and acclaimed hip hop superstar, and in this series he faces off against drummer and DJ hero Tommy Lee in a head-to-head contest to see which music titan can set the best example for sustainable living while on the road during another sell out tour. Each one of these artists will be traveling with their entourage-or rather, ecorage-as they alter their lifestyles and touring habits to complete the greenest national music tour ever. This ten-episode long series will follow their journeys as these forward-thinking superstars compete in a variety of challenge to prove they have what it takes to be the greenest music artist in history. Battleground Earth is an exciting series about two world-renowned musicians who are doing their part to usher in a new era of eco-friendly living.moreless
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    Building Green

    Building Green

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    PBS (ended 2006)
    This show follows host, Kevin Contreras, as he works tirelessly to build things that we use and need every day in an environmentally friendly manner.
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    Moments of Impact

    Moments of Impact

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    Discovery Channel
    This show exposes some of the scariest, most life threatening moments caught on camera. It shows everything from explosions to ideas gone wrong.
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    iDesign

    iDesign

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    Fine Living
    iDesign is a design gallery featuring the processes of creative professionals the world over. Viewers will get a chance to see the design process behind some of the innovative creations that make the world what it is. You can educate yourself on the technical and design backgrounds on such classics as the original iMac, created over a decade ago in 1998, the VW Bug dating back to 1938, and the Nike Air Max shoe line first introduced in 1987. Not only will you gain insight into the wonders of the oft-unappreciated creations that have had an impact on our history, but you will may just find a spark of creation within yourself. Truly, history's most creative individuals have drawn inspiration from those artists of times past, and the trend will continue for generations to come. iDesign seeks to inspire, but it is up to you the viewer to let it motivate you to become the future.moreless
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    Armageddon

    Armageddon

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    The History Channel
    Armageddon from The History Channel is a series that delves into the deep secret fear we all have: that one day soon the world will come to an end. Interestingly enough, nearly every major religion and society past and present has a concept of the end of days; the time during which destruction of the world will begin to wipe out evil so good may live forever. With this series different aspects of the Armageddon myths are explored and mysterious ancient figures discussed. The famous predictions of Nostradamus are dissected as well as Mayan myths and theories on what really killed the dinosaurs. The show speculates on phenomena that could destroy the Earth such as a gamma ray burst and offers opinions on what life would be life after humans are gone. For anyone who is interested in mythology, theology and the science that interweaves the two, this is the series to watch.moreless
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    Preserve Our Planet

    Preserve Our Planet

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    National Geographic
    For more than 120 years, National Geographic has been committed to preserving our planet. At this very moment, there are hundreds of National Geographic scientists and explorers around the globe making a difference in the conservation of the world's extraordinary habitats and species. Together with them, explore and discover these threatened places and animals...because the more we all know about the world, the more we can do to help preserve it.moreless
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