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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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    Treasure Quest

    Treasure Quest

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    Discovery Channel (ended 2009)
    Hunt with Odyssey Marine Exploration as they search for the ocean's greatest lost treasures. See underwater technologies, learn about the history and mystery of shipwrecks, and discover centuries old lost treasures.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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    Mighty Ships

    Mighty Ships

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    Smithsonian Channel
    Learn all of the in's and out's of the world's strongest ships as they go on some of the the most challenging, dangerous jobs a working boat will ever face.
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    World's Toughest Fixes

    World's Toughest Fixes

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    National Geographic
    Host Sean Riley meets the men and women who work in various high stake engineering industries. He observes and interacts with the workers as they fix problems with Boeing 757s, high voltage power lines, nuclear power plants and other machinery.moreless
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    Green Porno

    Green Porno

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    Sundance Channel
    Shown through an environmentally-sensitive lens, Isabella Rossellini hosts this Sundance Channel series about the reproductive activities of all kinds of animals.
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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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    Walking with Dinosaurs

    Walking with Dinosaurs

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    BBC (ended 2004)
    This six-part series, developed by Framestore Ltd. and the BBC, follows the life of Earth's greatest life forms through their reign over the Mesozoic world, from their humble beginning in the late Triassic, to their fall in the Cretaceous. Along the way, we are also witnessed to their reptilian cousins that ruled the seas and air during this fantastic time in Earth's history. Though one must keep in mind that the stories are mere speculation, the filmmakers enlisted the aide of scientists to provide them with as many facts as possible for this series. Walking with Dinosaurs scored the highest ratings for a cable series ever when it aired on the Discovery Channel. The series won an Annie, two BAFTAs, a Broadcasting Press Guild award, three Emmys Awards for Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming More Than One Hour), Outstanding Sound Editing in Non-Fiction Program & Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special (out of six nominations), the Peabody Award, three Royal Television Society awards, a TV Quick Award, a Television and Radio Industries Club Award, and a Young Artist Award. Since this series aired, it has spawned several follow-up series, including The Ballad of Big Al, Walking with Beasts, Walking with Cavemen, and at least three specials hosted by naturalist Nigel Marven.moreless
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    Engineering An Empire

    Engineering An Empire

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    The History Channel
    In an era long passed, mighty empires were forged from nothing and rose to the heights of power. Join host Peter Weller, an actor and a professor at Syracuse University as he travels the world to show the engineering feats that gave rise to some of the greatest civilizations known to man. From Rome to the Pharaohs' Egypt, from Greece to Carthage, from the Aztecs to the Maya and more, this new program from the History Channel uses computer graphics to explore the architectural, political and cultural glory of the world's greatest empires.moreless
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    Animal Cops: Detroit

    Animal Cops: Detroit

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    Animal Planet (ended 2005)
    Animal Cops: Detroit is a television reality show on Animal Planet. It takes place in Detroit, Michigan, home of the Michigan Humane Society. The Michigan Humane Society is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to serving animals since 1877 and receives no local, state or federal government funding. The MHS serves more than 48,000 animals each year and some of their programs include: animal adoptions, animal behavior and training, animal care and protection, charitable animal hospitals, cruelty investigation, education, legislation, lost and found pets, pet visitation, rescue of injured animals, sterilization and wildlife care and shelter. Field officers are dispatched to over 4,000 distress calls each year, rescuing more than 6,000 animals. Common complaints received include reports of animals with no food, water or shelter. The series is one of Animal Planet's top-rated shows; and belongs to an "umbrella rotation" of shows known collectively as "Animal Planet Heroes."moreless
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    Michael J. Fox: Adventures of an Incurable Optimist

    Michael J. Fox: Adventures of an Incurable Optimist

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    ABC
    Fans of Michael J. Fox won't want to miss this ABC special which follows the personality around the globe in search of hope and optimism. Mr. Fox will journey to Bhutan, and attend President Obama's inauguration, in addition to meeting with doctors and scientists to better understand the emotion of optimism.moreless
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    Food Detectives

    Food Detectives

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    Food Network
    Ted Allen, one of the Fab Five from Queer Eye for the Straight Guy is getting a shot at his own show on Food Network. Food Detectives will tackle some of the great food myths such as how long it takes gum to digest and if an apple a day truly does keep the doctor away.moreless
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    Scientific American Frontiers

    Scientific American Frontiers

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    PBS (ended 2005)
    Welcome to the Scientific American Frontiers guide at TV.com.

    This show was a TV version of the venerable popular science magazineScientific American. Host Alan Alda interviewed those who were exploring the cutting edge of research in all areas of science.moreless
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    Dangerous Encounters with Brady Barr

    Dangerous Encounters with Brady Barr

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    National Geographic
    Brady goes all over the world to have "dangerous encounters" with many of wildlife's most amazing creatures and learns more about them.
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    Dinosaur Planet

    Dinosaur Planet

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    Discovery Channel (Mini-Series 2003)
    The lives of four different dinosaurs take the spotlight in this fascinating, informative mini-series.
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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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    Going Tribal

    Going Tribal

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    Discovery Channel
    Extreme explorer and former Royal Marine Bruce Parry scours the globe in search of ancient tribes as he tests his limits while living alongside people in the world’s most remote areas.
    Going Tribal follows Parry as he sheds his Western cultural accouterments and fully immerses himself in each society for a month’s time. He is accompanied by a translator and does his best to learn the basics of tribal language. He must learn to hunt and cook using traditional methods as taught to him by his hosts.
    Going Tribal offers a unique look into some of the world’s most isolated peoples and disappearing tribes, exposing the viewers to languages and customs like never before.moreless
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    Python Hunters

    Python Hunters

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    National Geographic Wild
    From Green iguanas and Nile monitors, to rock pythons and the biggest nasty of them all - the 12-foot Burmese python - alien invaders have infested the Florida Everglades. And now an elite squad of hunters is fighting back. Patrolling one of the most beautiful and delicate environments on the planet, the Python Hunters are determined to get these invasive species under control. It's a high-stakes, adrenaline pumping conservation mission, and if they fail, one of the most important eco-systems in America may never recover.moreless
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    Discovery Atlas

    Discovery Atlas

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    Discovery Channel
    Armchair travelers of the world take notice: the Discovery Channel has a show for you. A celebration of culture, diversity, and geography, Discovery Atlas is a multi-part series that will showcase 30 separate countries over the next five years in beautiful HD splendor. It will have global world premieres in more than 170 countries of the world. “China Revealed”, the first episode in the series, is narrated by James Spader.moreless
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    Big, Bigger, Biggest

    Big, Bigger, Biggest

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    The Science Channel
    This show looks into the many engineering innovations that helped structures around the world become what they are today.
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