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    Really Wild Animals

    Really Wild Animals

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    National Geographic
    Really Wild Animals is a nature TV series developed by the National Geographic Society that set out to educate children on the variety of wild, creepy, crawly, and winged animals in the animal kingdom. Hosted by Spin, the life-like National Geographic logo voiced by the late actor Dudley Moore, Really Wild Animals centers on specific areas around the world in order to show what type of creatures call it home. From the elephants, zebras, and lions roaming the far-stretching safaris of Africa to the weird inhabitants, such as the emu, platypus, and the koala, of the Australian outback to the tough creatures, like the penguins, caribou, and walruses, in the Arctic and Antarctic, no creature is left out in the cold as Spin shares the unique variety of creatures out there in the world. Each episode often highlights a specific issue affecting that particular region, such as deforestation of the rain forests, the harsh reality of the Arctic, and the pollution factor of the oceans. Really Wild Animals is an informative and creative children's series geared to share, explore, and teach about what the world of wildlife has to offer.moreless
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    Discovery Health Specials

    Discovery Health Specials

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    Discovery Health
    Discovery Health Specials is a collection of the most memorable segments featured on the Discovery Health Channel, presenting incredible stories of human suffering and recovery, as brave victims of unfortunate health disorders fight for a better tomorrow. Discovery Health has for years sought out the most inspiring stories of people battling illness under extreme circumstances, and this series remembers some of the most unbelievable stories of human triumph ever presented. The series covers a wide variety of subjects, from life-and-death struggles to elective and cosmetic surgery pursued for personal reasons. The wide variety of topics include a pair of conjoined twin sisters who share one seven-chambered heart, a toddler who was born without an upper jaw, cheekbones, or eye sockets, a girl who stopped growing at nine years old, and an eight-year-old born with one of humanities rarest and most storied disorders, Mermaid Syndrome. Discovery Health Specials are riveting accounts of human courage in the face of illness.moreless
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    Barkitecture

    Barkitecture

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    Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc.
    Barkitecture gets families barking up the right tree! Each episode is the rags to riches story of a wayward dog finding a permanent home, and the family who welcomes the new pet into their lives. Hosts Dr. Karen Tobias and Kenny Alfonso walk the family through the adoption process and help them prepare for the dog's homecoming. Dr. Karen uses her experience as a veterinarian to give the family tips on how to care for their new friend and teaches them how to pick out the best supplies. Kenny designs and builds a stylish, custom doghouse that's safe and functional.moreless
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    Bears!

    Bears!

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    Animal Planet
    Bears! is a series of shows that focuses on what else, but bears. The title Bears! is also given to part of the Animal Planet website that has a lot of information about bears, as well as various videos, shows, games, and photos of bears. Every episode focuses on a different type of bear living in places all over the world. Some bears that are been featured on the shows are Polar bears and Panda bears. Most of the bear shows have not yet been shown on television and do not have information on them. On the website you can watch shows ranging from a few minutes to close to an hour in length. These shows are great for anyone interested in wild life, also they are great for children. Several of the episodes have baby bears and focus on the family life of the bear, which is fun for kids. You are able to see how bears survive in all different elements and learn about them.moreless
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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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    Get Out Alive

    Get Out Alive

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    Discovery Channel
    Get Out Alive is a six-part series from the Discovery Channel that looks at some of the most intense survival situations of the modern era and evaluates the events from every possible angle. Each episode tracks the happenings of a different high-risk situation, explaining the events that lead up to the event, the events that transpired during the event, and the aftermath of the entire ordeal. Some of the gut-wrenching situations covered include the tale of Michael Thexton, a passenger on the infamous hijacked Pan Am Flight 103, the struggle of John Phillippi and Blaine Mayhugh, two men trapped underground in a mine for days, and Jerel Shafffer, an ordinary man kidnapped on an exotic fishing trip in Columbia. Get Out Alive combines interviews, stock footage, and dramatic reenactments in order to paint the entire picture and do so in a thrilling fashion. Whether you're an adrenaline junkie or just looking for a few modern survival tricks, Get Out Alive is certainly a good viewing choice.moreless
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    Into The Pride

    Into The Pride

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    This five-part series follows large predator expert, Dave Salmoni, as he goes on a six-month mission to save the lions in the Namibian bush from losing their lives.
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    Life

    Life

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    Discovery Channel
    This 11-part series explores the diversity of life on Earth.
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    Weed Wars

    Weed Wars

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    Discovery Channel
    Steve DeAngelo is the owner of Oakland Harborside Health Center in Oakland, California, which serves 80,000 clients. He works to give his clients the best product available and uses his business to boost the national regulation and taxation of marijuana.moreless
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    Brew Masters

    Brew Masters

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    Discovery Channel (ended 2010)
    Heads-up beer-lovers! The Discovery Channel turns its cameras on Sam Calagione, the founder of Dogfish Head Brewery. Follow Sam and his crew as they travel the world in search of new ingredients and long-standing techniques to produce this original elixir.moreless
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    Flying Wild Alaska

    Flying Wild Alaska

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    Discovery Channel
    The Tweto family works hard to operate their family-owned airline, Era Alaska. They must battle the Alaska weather and rugged terrain in order to deliver packages to some of the most dangerous areas of Alaska.moreless
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    Cats 101

    Cats 101

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    Animal Planet
    This show will showcase the many breeds of cats and where they originated as well as the most popular breeds today.
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    Future Weapons

    Future Weapons

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    Discovery Channel
    An entertaining and upbeat, mostly factual and undeniably cool show to watch about the future of weaponry. The host is a former US Navy SEAL and he uses easy to understand language. This isn't a show dealing strictly with the US military, but instead it crosses international boundaries while offering a look at truly astonishing weaponry.moreless
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    The Most Extreme

    The Most Extreme

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    Animal Planet
    Made by Natural History New Zealand, this series showcases the world's most extreme animals, in various categories such as speed or stinkiness, in a top-ten countdown format. FAQ:
    I've seen an animal on the show rank number 1 in jumping, but only able to jump a couple of feet - what's that about? Most everything on the show is body sized porportioned. Can I nominate an animal for the show? No, sorry, you can not. Can I be on this show? Most of the show is computer animated or animals recorded in their natural habitat so, no. Are humans ever ranked on the show? Yes, they are sometimes compared to all the other animalsmoreless
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    Hopkins

    Hopkins

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    ABC
    Baltimore's John Hopkins Hospital is the setting for this documentary series that spotlights real-life drama inside a high-pressure hospital.
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    How the Earth Was Made

    How the Earth Was Made

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    The History Channel (ended 2010)
    Let the History Channel show you how the Earth came into being in this powerful series. Filmmakers travel the globe to uncover the geological processes that have shaped our planet and witness some pretty amazing stuff in the process.moreless
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    The Crocodile Hunter

    The Crocodile Hunter

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    Discovery Channel
    Steve the star was born after a chance encounter with his friend, a television producer who was filming in the Park for TV. In true Steve style they took a punt and the first documentary, "The Crocodile Hunter" was produced in 1992. The tremendous success of this one program quickly encouraged the making of more and so over the next 3 years, 10 one hour episodes were made and on television screens all over the world. Steve has now filmed 50 episodes of "Crocodile Hunter", 52 episodes of "Croc Files", and his next project will be an animated series. WHAT IS THE AIM OF THE CROCODILE HUNTER SERIES? Steve: "Our aim is to continue producing more wildlife programmes to entertain and enlighten. We'll take the audience to some of the wildest and remotest territories in the world. The time has come when all of us must be accountable. We don't own the planet Earth, we belong to it. And we must share it with our wildlife. It's obvious that every man, woman and child can contribute to the well being of our native wildlife and the planet through simple day-to-day stuff such as recycling, chemical and pollution awareness, and not wasting water. Terri and I eat, sleep and live for wildlife. Our love, passion, and devotion is to educate and share with the world our magnificent - often threatened or sometimes threatening - wildlife. Our job in this world is to bring misunderstood and feared animals (as well as the cute and cuddlies) right into your house, so that we can share and learn about the world's wildlife.

    Terri: "Steve and I are very lucky to live and work with what we love best. Zoo life definitely has its ups and downs but there is nothing else we'd rather be doing. It's our goal and our passion to open everyone's hearts to love and care for wildlife for generations to come."

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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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    Mega Disasters

    Mega Disasters

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    The History Channel
    Using past natural disasters as an example, this series explores what would happen should a major catastrophe strike the United States. From tsunamis, earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions to hurricanes and even an astroid impact, see what disasters could be coming our way. It's happened before; it will happen again.moreless
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