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    Expedition Safari

    Expedition Safari

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    Expedition Safari is a series that focuses on big game hunting and outdoor adventure. The Outdoor Channel, a network available on a number of cable affiliates, carries the show. Safari Club International is a co-producer of Expedition Safari, and while the program centers decidedly on a hunting theme, it emphasizes natural conservation and a goal of preserving hunting areas and game habitats. Their hope is that sportsmen and women will be able to enjoy safari hunts for generations to come. Expedition Safari's host is Mike Rogers, whom his network bills as a disabled vet who went through a mental epiphany. This happened during the challenge he met filming one episode for the series in New Zealand. So far, the team has been on safari to more than three continents, including Africa, North America, and Oceania. During the show's first season in 2010, Mike presented a black rhino hunt from South Africa and a white-tailed deer excursion to Pennsylvania.moreless
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    How Do They Do It?

    How Do They Do It?

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    The Science Channel
    There is technology in almost every aspect of our lives. How Do They Do It exposes this technology and gives you an in-depth look at how things work. From airport baggage handling to space shuttle lift off, How Do They Do It will show you how it all happens.moreless
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    Dual Survival

    Dual Survival

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    Discovery Channel
    Imagine being thrown into the wilderness, do you think you could survive? Experts think that having basic survival skills such as finding food, shelter, water and finding help are important. Dave Canterbury and Cody Lundin take on surviving through some of the hardest conditions, proving that having the right skills and thinking out of the box can save you.moreless
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    American Hot Rod

    American Hot Rod

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    Discovery Channel
    From the producers of American Chopper comes American Hot Rod, the show that gives the viewers a look at the life of legendary hot-rod builder Boyd Coddington and his crew of builders. The show takes the viewers into the fast paced, complicated, and tension filled world of hot-rod building. Along the way we meet Boyd's crew and family, as they struggle to complete their classic cars before the deadline is upon them. It's just another day in the life of American Hot Rod.moreless
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    Oddities

    Oddities

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    Discovery Channel
    Take a look inside Obscura Antiques & Oddities in New York where viewers can see a wide range of strange items such as a two-headed mounted cow and weird medical instruments. The shop owners Mike Zohn and Evan Michelson show off their love for the items they've accumulated.moreless
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    Fight Quest

    Fight Quest

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    Discovery Channel
    Join hosts Doug Anderson and Jimmy Smith as they travel the globe in search of a variety of fighting challenges. The pair immerse themselves in the local culture as they prepare to face off against a local in a no-holds-barred battle. Locations include the Philippines, China, Japan, Korea, Mexico City, Thailand, Israel, Brazil and India. Jimmy Smith, an LA-based mixed martial arts fighter and Doug Anderson, an Iraqi War veteran, employ their respective martial arts backgrounds as they seek to win each competition.moreless
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    Build it Bigger

    Build it Bigger

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    The Science Channel
    If you have a thirst for knowledge on how some of man's greatest feats were constructed, then stick with Danny Forster as he travels the world checking out such amazing construction sites like roller coasters, aircraft carriers, skyscrapers and more.moreless
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    The Blue Planet

    The Blue Planet

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    Discovery Channel (ended 2002)
    The BBC spent five years and $10 million to produce this landmark exploration of the ocean, a world we know less about than the moon. We go further out and deeper down to show you things that have never been seen before. The Blue Planet: Seas of Life reveals the sea and its communities at their most fearsome and alluring. Until now, we've only touched the surface...moreless
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    Shark Week

    Shark Week

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    Discovery Channel
    Discovery Channel's Shark Week is an annual series of investigations into the characteristics and habits of the dangerous and often misunderstood marine predator. It is also cable television's longest-running programming event (it premiered in 1988). In Shark Week 2006, host Mike Rowe takes a closer look at one of the ocean's most feared creatures as well as the lives of the researchers, scientists and documentarians who work to find out more about them.moreless
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    Real & Chance: The Legend Hunters

    Real & Chance: The Legend Hunters

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    VH1
    The Stallionaire's Real and Chance look to uncover the truth about myths and legends of nature's animal tales. In each episode Real and Chance go to a new destination and learn about the mission at hand, learn skills to take with them on their hunt, and if they can trap the animals.moreless
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    NOVA

    NOVA

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    PBS
    Seen in more than 100 countries, NOVA is the most watched science television series in the world and the most watched documentary series on PBS. It is also one of television's most acclaimed series, having won every major television award, most of them many times over. Each week NOVA takes an in depth look at a particular topic or individual in the science field. NOVA's topics cover all branches of science and engineering. NOVA's unique way of presenting each topic can be interesting to both those with no prior knowledge or those whose life's work is being covered.moreless
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    The Colony

    The Colony

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    Discovery Channel
    This show exhibits a controlled experiment that makes us think about how we would survive in the midst of a catastrophe. It tries to see exactly what we would need to survive and rebuild society under the worst circumstances. For 10 weeks, 10 isolated volunteers will have the task of rebuilding what is left of society after a viral outbreak, while finding ways to communicate and get electricity, water and food.moreless
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    Survivorman

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    OLN
    Survivorman follows outdoor enthusiast and survival expert Les Stroud as he is abandoned for a week in a remote location with little supplies (The supplies he is given to use depend on the scenario he is playing out. Sometimes he will play the sceneario of a stranded scuba diver on an island and other he will play a broken down car in the middle of the desert. However, he always carries his Leatherman Multi-Tool and his trusty harmonica.) While stranded in the middle of nowhere Les must document his experience by himself using 50 pounds of cameras and equipment that ranges from tripods, body strap stands, to film all the way to the cameras and the cases that hold them. Each new location presents a new set of obstacles for Les with such diverse climates as the dense, humid Costa Rican Rainforest all the way to the dry, arid environment of the Kalahari Desert in Africa. No matter where he goes he is always alone, always in danger, and always Survivorman. The series originally ended in 2008. But in the summer of 2012, Les Stroud returned with all-new survival challenges, on a desert island in Mexico and in the cold mountains of Norway.moreless
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    One Step Beyond

    One Step Beyond

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    ABC (ended 1961)
    Outside the known is irreality, and one step beyond that is Surrealism. John Newland introduces reported cases of supernatural phenomena, whose poetry is revealed in magnificent and almost brutally compressed dramatizations. One Step Beyond was mainly filmed at M-G-M Studios, Hollywood, and partly at M-G-M British Studios, Borehamwood, Herts. It premiered nine months before The Twilight Zone, and was also known as Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond. All episodes are directed by Newland himself, a dab hand whose trademark is subtle, balletic camera work. This series fed the nation's growing interest in paranormal suspense in a different way. Rather than creating fictional stories with supernatural twists and turns, this program sought out 'real' stories of the supernatural, including ghosts, disappearances, monsters, etc., and re-creating them for each episode. No solutions to these mysteries were ever found, and viewers could only scratch their heads and wonder, "what if it's real?"moreless
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    Monster House

    Monster House

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    Discovery Channel (ended 2006)
    Monster House revolves around foreman Steve Watson finding a crew of 5 builders to redesign a home. The homeowners get to choose the theme, but the building and design of the house has to be left up to Steve and his crew. If the building team completes the job by midnight Friday they win power tools. The theme and crew of each house vary from week to week.moreless
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    Air Emergency

    Air Emergency

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    Discovery Channel
    This series investigates the reasons behind plane crashes and how they could have been prevented. Each episode shows a re-enactment of a particular accident and the subsequent investigation. Eye-witnesses, victims and relatives are interviewed about the effects these catastrophes have had on them and their loved ones. In Canada, where the series originated, the show is called 'Mayday'. In the US it is 'Air Emergency'. Everywhere else it is called 'Air Crash Investigation'.moreless
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    How the Universe Works

    How the Universe Works

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    Discovery Channel
    See as never before the inner workings of our world, and explore black holes, supernovae, neutron stars, dark energy, and all the titanic forces.
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    Cosmos

    Cosmos

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    PBS (ended 2005)
    Carl Sagan brings us the Cosmos, everything that ever was and ever will be, in an approach that is easily accessible even for those of us that are not science wizards. This 13 part series covers everything from the history of astronomy, the challenges it faced at its creation, how the universe was created and how it all might end, to the evolution of life on Earth, and the nature of the human brain. First aired in 1980 by the Public Broadcasting Service, Cosmos has seen multiple versions over the years. When the series was released on home video in the late 1980s, a 14th episode was included, which consisted of an interview between Dr. Sagan and Ted Turner. Dr. Sagan taped new epilogues for the 10th anniversary version in 1990, in which he addressed new discoveries and alternate viewpoints. The Science Channel rebroadcast the series on its 25th anniversary in 2005 with enhanced computer graphics. The series was awarded an Emmy and a Peabody Award. It has been broadcast in 60 countries and has been seen by an estimated 500 million to 1 billion viewers worldwide.moreless
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    Animal Precinct

    Animal Precinct

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    Animal Planet
    In New York City today, police officers are asked to navigate a gamut of diverse cultures, languages and beliefs to serve the eight million people that reside in America's biggest metropolis. Within this mosaic, however, is a large population in need of protection that is often overlooked; the city's five million animals. Unlike their human counterparts, these animals are protected by a small group of law enforcement officials who, until now, have done their important work in obscurity. Animal Precinct, narrated by Michael Madsen, chronicles the drama, emotion, triumph and tragedy of the work of the agents of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animal's (ASPCA) Humane Law Enforcement Department (HLE), the only law enforcement group in New York City solely devoted to investigating crimes against New York's animal population. From inside the HLE's headquarters, Animal Precinct allows viewers to accompany the agents as they investigate some of the thousands of crimes that are reported to them each year. Led by Dale Riedel, a former New York City police commanding officer, Animal Precinct chronicles the work of HLE agents. These investigators all possess a passion to prevent animal cruelty and punish perpetrators that serves as the driving force behind their work. Their cases include the infiltration and destruction of dog fighting rings, the closing down of cockfighting facilities, and the arrests of perpetrators who are starving and abusing their animals. To do their jobs effectively, the agents must combine their investigative skills, compassion, tact and street smarts while dealing with people who are often uncooperative, unsympathetic and, at times, violent. All of their abilities, and more, are on display throughout Animal Precinct.moreless
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    Secrets of New York

    Secrets of New York

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    NYC TV
    Secrets of New York is an NYC TV educational series hosted by Kelly Choi that explores the little known facts and areas of the greatest city in the world- New York! Part documentary, part history lesson, and all parts involving the weird and mysterious, Secrets of New York takes you, the viewer, into the places very few see on those mean streets- including under them as the city's intricate six thousand mile long sewer system is shown and explored. Are you a native New Yorker? Or do you just marvel at it from a distance? Either way you'll be fascinated by each of the episodes. Take a look at the bridges connecting the island and find out which one can hold the most weight. Get inside buried underground sites of New York, as Kelly explores abandoned train stations and massive water valves. She'll even investigate the paranormal oddities reported in the city, ones unexplained by science. Sure, it may look impressive on the streets, but NYC has so many sides that nobody ever gets to see... until now.moreless
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