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    D'Myna Leagues

    D'Myna Leagues

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    YTV
    Picture this. You're a sports superstar. A hero. Soon your beak will be all over that Wheaties box, and your coinage'll be dragging down your cargos. You're on the road to fame, fortune, and freedom. But wait! The bus is full of wingnuts! Like those Mungo Brothers, baseball's answer to the Three Stooges. Or Mississippi Mud Flap Flammen and Horatio "Big Tree" Powell, who couldn't catch a cold from a wet Kleenex. And who's this know it all Nikki Tinker, and why does she know it all, including how to fix your swing? And what about that fat cat Radcliff, always sending those shifty losers Schlitzy and Paully to screw up your game? And those Weasels -- MAN, do they cheat! Sometimes you wonder how you got in with this bunch... the food fights, fungus pizza, and bus ride belch-o-ramas... But hey - that's what it's like to leave the nest and chase a dream - that's life in D'Myna Leagues!moreless
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    The National Parks: America's Best Idea

    The National Parks: America's Best Idea

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    PBS (ended 2009)
    Ken Burns and his documentary team spent almost ten years producing this series of programs that detail the history of the United States' National Park System. Though filled with scenes of the majestic beauty of the lands, the broadcasts are also about the people who created the parks - men and women who identified the value of National Parks and who continue to refine their mission and operations to meet the changing needs of new generations of Americans.moreless
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    The Re-Inventors

    The Re-Inventors

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    Smithsonian Channel
    Matt Hunter and Jeremy MacPherson discover original patent designs from old inventions and follow how they are built and tested and put into the patent stage.
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    Explore: Specials

    Explore: Specials

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    Link TV
    Explore: Specials, from Link TV, are half hour compilations based on common themes from various explore.org short programs. Explore.org showcases a diverse online collection of photography and online short documentaries. The organization is led by Charles Annenberg Weingarten and supported by the Annenberg Foundation, a non-profit company working to develop more effective ways of sharing ideas and knowledge. Each film is created to personalize philanthropy and highlight non-profit organizations from around the world. Explore.org's films offer a close look at the personal and inspiring stories of local heroes and philanthropic efforts. Among the Link TV specials are episodes that explore the adversity facing the Darfuri people in Sudan, show how combat veterans in Idaho overcome their grief with fly fishing, and uncover the factors that influence modern-day Chinese and Tibetan society. All shows, in keeping with explore.org's goals, focus on documenting the selfless acts of humanity in order to educate and inspire others.moreless
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    National Geographic: Amazing Planet

    National Geographic: Amazing Planet

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    National Geographic
    Amazing Planet is a Hi-Def show on the National Geographic Channel. This show explores the geologic upheaval that our planet is currently undergoing and uses the manifestations of that upheaval to trace the planet's timeline.moreless
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    Discovery Extreme Survival Pack

    Discovery Extreme Survival Pack

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    Discovery Channel
    Discovery Extreme Survival Pack is an anthology of episodes and interviews portraying survival under the most extreme circumstances. This collection includes episodes from "Secrets to Survival" and "Man vs Wild," providing you with an up-close and personal view of the fears and thrills one experiences when fighting to survive. Watch as survival expert Les Stroud gets lost in the snow and must battle Mother Nature to avoid death. If you thought you had a rough day, get ready for a wake-up call as Bear Grylls beats aggressive wild boars and freezing water, deep in the American forest. This collection also includes first-hand advice, tricks, and valuable information on survival from experts who have seen it all. Do you think that you have what it takes to survive in the depths of nature? Get out of your comfort zone and find out with these authentic tales of man's will to live!moreless
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    Kidnap & Rescue

    Kidnap & Rescue

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    Discovery Channel
    Rescuers must go into some of the scariest situations in order to rescue innocent victims from their kidnappers inside and outside of the US.
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    Stunt Junkies

    Stunt Junkies

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    Discovery Channel
    Perry Barndt and Eli Thompson host this weekly series featuring the world's top extreme athletes, stunt designers and coordinators as they prepare for a death-defying stunt. Each episode reveals the life cycle of the stunt from conceptualization to training as well as the science behind each stunt. The final segment of the episode shows the stunt actually being performed.moreless
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    Discovery Atlas: Uncovering Earth

    Discovery Atlas: Uncovering Earth

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    Discovery Channel
    Discovery Atlas: Uncovering Earth is a three-part Discovery Channel miniseries that will take you on a tour of Earth's history, using scientific data and historical evidence to reveal how the Earth has developed over the years, as land masses shift and eventually form the continents we all know today, and early civilizations establish the foundations of human culture. This informative series utilizes state-of-the-art technology to take you back in time, giving you a front-row seat at the development of our planet. Watch as exploding volcanoes create the lands that will become the scenic and culture-rich countries of the Mediterranean, and see the gradual movement of the tectonic plates beneath Africa form the Great Rift Valley. You'll also witness the begins of human societies and how the presence of human's also shaped the natural world. Discovery Atlas: Uncovering Earth is a revealing portrait of the planet we all call home.moreless
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    I, Predator

    I, Predator

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    Animal Planet
    I, Predator is an Animal Planet documentary series that gives viewers a glimpse of what it feels like to be one of the natural world's greatest predators, scientifically breaking down the physiological processes that make these natural warriors such perfect hunters. This six-part series combines live footage of real animals hunting in the wild with state-of-the-art animations to show the incredibly complex science behind these deadly creatures. In each installment, real footage of two animals fighting in the wild is presented to show the shocking capabilities of each creature. During the fight, computer graphics and digitally-enhanced diagrams, along with slow motion technology, explain to the viewer what is happening inside the bodies and minds of these animals. In one installment, a killer whale chases a seal nearly a kilometer underwater, her body constantly adjusting to protect her from the massive deep sea pressure. In another episode, two great white sharks face-off for the chance at a tasty meal that may have to last them a month, making for a dangerous meeting between two hungry hunters.moreless
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    Chased by Dinosaurs: Three Walking with Dinosaurs Adventures

    Chased by Dinosaurs: Three Walking with Dinosaurs Adventures

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    BBC
    Chased by Dinosaurs is a BBC two-part miniseries starring Nigel Marven in a sci-fi faux documentary about Nigel's travels through time, where he comes face-to-face with a variety of long-extinct dinosaurs. Nigel is a consummate thrill seeker and explorer, and in all his travels he's never found action and adventure like finds a hundred million years in the past, when dinosaurs ruled the Earth. Nigel's mission is to find and study a variety of dinosaur species, including the Argentinosaurus, the Sarcosuchus, the Pteranodon, and the Giganotosaurus. His studies lead him into harm's way multiple times, leading to intense action sequences as Nigel runs for his life in a world where he is outnumbered and outsized. In the first installment, Nigel travels back in time 100 million years to Argentina in the Middle Cretaceous period, where he barely survives an encounter with one of the largest dinosaurs that ever existed. In the second installment, Nigel goes to Mongolia in the Late Cretaceous period, 75 million years ago. Chased by Dinosaurs is an educational and exciting series, full of awesome dinosaur action and stunning visuals.moreless
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    Stuff Happens

    Stuff Happens

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    Planet Green (ended 2008)
    Bill Nye (the Science Guy) is back on television hosting this new science show on Planet Green. Join Bill as he examines what happens after we dispose of all the stuff we consume every day and how it impacts the environment and our planet.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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    Killer Outbreaks

    Killer Outbreaks

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    Animal Planet
    Killer Outbreaks is a documentary series that analyzes the phenomena of disease. This program works with the Center for Disease Control to bring viewers more information about the epidemics that often spread across the globe. As viruses evolve into new strains, different and stronger types of medication are often needed to repress infection. Real life experiences are discussed and it is a frightening notion that the death of millions of people can come from just one person getting sick. The possibility of a global pandemic is even closer to becoming a realization, with the ease of travel that technology has brought. Humans face an even more dangerous risk, now more than ever. Every war is not without its heroes, however. The scientists at the CDC work around the clock to develop preventive measures and immunizations to keep various diseases from spreading. The series touches upon extremely volatile diseases, such as Anthrax, SARS, MRSA, and Salmonella. Killer Outbreaks is featured on Animal Planet.moreless
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    Stories from the Vaults

    Stories from the Vaults

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    Smithsonian Channel
    Ever wonder how museums work? Get a behind the scenes look at the famous Smithsonian Institution museum complex in "Stories from the Vault". Host Tom Cavanagh meets with experts within the Smithsonian and showcases the artifacts they work to preserve for future generations.moreless
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    Rx for Survival - A Global Health Challenge

    Rx for Survival - A Global Health Challenge

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    Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc.
    This television event chronicles leaders who battle the most critical and emerging threats to global health and who. against all odds, deliver the goods.
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    SCJ Green Room

    SCJ Green Room

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    ABC Family
    SCJ Green Room is an environment-centered informational television show on ABC Family. In SCJ Green Room, ABC Family stars, from Francia Raisa of The Secret Life of the American Teenager fame to Scott Michael Foster of Greek fame, discuss today’s major environmental issues. The stars discuss why issues such as tree conservation and recycling are important, before presenting a variety of simple steps that the average American can take to make their lifestyles greener and to protect the Earth. Especially in recent years, with changing climates and increasing rates of environmentally-influenced diseases, such as cancer, people all over the world have started to pay attention to the message of environmentalism. Now that there is interest, networks like ABC Family and Disney Channel are meeting that interest with the needed information to make the green movement a success. In ABC Family’s SCJ Green Room, the stars that so many admire and look up to reinforce the spreading perception of the human role in the maintenance of the Earth’s environment, and give advice about how to do your part. Tune in, because who knows? You might learn something that your great-grandchildren will thank you for.moreless
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    Biblical Mysteries Explained

    Biblical Mysteries Explained

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    Biblical Mysteries Explained is the Discovery Channel series that explores great events in the Bible, using new scientific discoveries to show how they happened. The two-part series investigates two of the strangest mysteries of the Bible, Exodus and Sodom & Gomorroah. Exodus tells the miraculous story of the escape of the Israelites from the pursuing Egyptians, when Moses parts the Red Sea. In Sodom and Gomorrah, the cities were consumed by fire and brimstone. Where these tales true? How could they be possible? A new breed of scientists believe that mega-disasters have happened in Earth's past, and will happen again. They believe that these disasters; floods, asteroid strikes, and more, were recorded by early man in folk legends, myths, and the Bible itself. Find out the science behind these stories, and learn how they may actually refer to real events in the Discovery Channel's two part special Biblical Mysteries Explained.moreless
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    National Geographic: Africa

    National Geographic: Africa

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    National Geographic
    National Geographic: Africa is the eight-part documentary series by National Geographic Television and Thirteen/WNET New York that takes a personal look at the continent of Africa through the eyes of its people. The series assembles epic footage shot over two years in 11 different countries, showing the plants, animals, and people in places like the savanna, the rain forest, and the Congo in beautiful widescreen super 16mm film. Find out what it's like to live on the vast Serengeti plains, in the Congo River Basin, all the way to the island of Zanzibar and more. The series takes viewers on a beautiful and informational adventure through Africa's regions, taking a wide look as well as narrow personal stories of the people who live there. See the mighty herds of wildebeest, the isolated farms, and the bustling metropolises of the beautiful land while learning the fascinating stories of it's people in stunning series, National Geographic: Africa.moreless
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    Life in The Undergrowth

    Life in The Undergrowth

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    BBC (ended 2005)
    David Attenborough narrates this fascinating series about the lives of tiny invertebrates. The latest advances in macrophotography are spotlighted as a never-before-seen view of these creatures is made accessible to nature-loving viewers.moreless
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