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    America Caught on Camera

    America Caught on Camera

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    Travel Channel
    America Caught on Camera is the Travel Channel clip show which brings together footage of hilarious and strange vacation moments. Using both bystander videos and surveillance cameras, this show has videos of people who let their guard down on vacation, resulting in hilarious and jaw-dropping clips.moreless
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    Roadtrip With G. Garvin

    Roadtrip With G. Garvin

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    Cooking Channel
    Chef and cookbook author Gerry 'G.' Garvin explores eateries around the U.S.
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    Uncorked

    Uncorked

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    Mojo
    Uncorked with Billy Merritt, despite being an unusual concept, is outstanding proof that anyone can learn to love wine, even a comedian. Through the show, Merritt doesn't attempt to hide his obvious lack of knowledge about wine yet he's still one of the most engaging host's on a wine-orientated show to date. In fact, he practically reads the minds of his viewer, asking questions that everyone wants the answers to but can't ask for fear of humiliation. Starting out as a comedian who loved his normal beer, he learns to love wine and the tricks of the trade, eventually collecting his own from his recently attained knowledge from the show, attempting to show that you can too. From practical advice to overlayed tips running through this show, it's not hard to learn to love wine yourself. Merritt will take your around the world, from Napa to Europe, you'll meet chefs, grape growers, wine makers, all with the fiery passion of a true wine-lover.moreless
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    A Program About Unusual Buildings & Other Roadside Stuff

    A Program About Unusual Buildings & Other Roadside Stuff

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    PBS
    A Program About Unusual Buildings & Other Roadside Stuff follows tour guide Rick Sabek as he visits some of the most unusual roadside buildings in America. This PBS documentary features the many wildly unique roadside attractions that are designed to catch your eye and lure you inside. Travel to Flanders, New York to see the Big Duck that is used as a shop to sell ducks and duck eggs. Go south to Lexington, Kentucky to see the Bondurant's Pharmacy building shaped like a giant 30-foot high mortar and pestle. In Florida, stop by the upside down building of Wonderworks, an amusement park for your mind. The fish-shaped National Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame & Museum in Wisconsin is truly unforgettable. On the west coast, stop at the hot dog-shaped Tail o' the Pup in Los Angeles. This architectural journey across the country proves that something mind-bending is just around the corner.moreless
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    Culinary Travels

    Culinary Travels

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    Culinary Travels is a television show which takes cooking out of the kitchen and on to the road. The viewer is transported to the source of the meal that is being cooked, using all-local and all-natural foods to cook a local indigenous delicacy, whether it be in Jamaica, or in Tokyo. The viewer gets to see the locals and the personalities in whichever location Dave Eckert (The host) and his team end up. The unique feature of the show is that it tries to understand where local food comes from, going through a veritable trove of information just to get to that point. Here you can learn about the food, wine, culture and history of a place, but you also get to see the travel and adventure to the places where the crew travel to. Eckert truly goes out of his way to find the finest and freshest foods, sometimes that even involves climbing a mountain, both for his own and the viewers pleasure.moreless
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    Madventures

    Madventures

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    Travel Channel
    This Finnish series follows two journalists or travellers as they like to be called, Riku Rantala and Tuomas Milonoff aka Tunna on their short budget 8 month world tour to locations around the globe that are generally off the beaten path and show you what really goes on in the world, beware this is no ordinary travel show, and is meant for mature viewers, and some scenes are not for the faint of heart.moreless
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    Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan

    Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan

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    BBC America
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    Spain...On the Road Again

    Spain...On the Road Again

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    PBS
    Spain...On the Road Again on PBS.
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    The Layover

    The Layover

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    Travel Channel
    Anthony Bourdain arrives in a new city each week with only 24-48 hours to show viewers the insider places, people and foods.
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    Off Limits

    Off Limits

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    Travel Channel
    Don Wildman hosts and sets out to explore some of the most hidden places across America.
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    $40 a Day

    $40 a Day

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    Food Network (ended 2005)
    $40 a Day is a fun, family-oriented food & travel show hosted by Rachael Ray. Rachael packs her bags & hits the road in search of the most delicious, international food experiences- all on a budget of $40 a Day. She travels to different cities & towns throughout America & Europe in search of exceptional food at affordable prices. The mission is to satisfy her hunger for tasty snacks & hearty meals while staying within her budget limitations. Her challenge is to eat the best three meals & a snack that she can on her budget. Watching her budget means Rachael dines everywhere from crab shacks & pubs to five star restaurants, sampling the best, most authentic food at every stop. With each step, Rachael offers practical tips on how to enjoy gourmet fare without blowing the budget. Along the way, Rachael enjoys local culture & happenings of whatever city she is exploring.

    All episode descriptions are used from Food Network with their permission.

    Rachael Ray is also the host of Food Network's 30 Minute Meals, Inside Dish, & Rachael Ray's Tasty Travelsmoreless
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    Tougher in Alaska

    Tougher in Alaska

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    The History Channel
    Severe weather shapes life in this northern state in ways that non-residents can hardly imagine. This History Channel series spotlights the past and present of Alaska's people and how they have learned to survive and thrive in this area of vast distances, rugged terrain, and extreme weather.moreless
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    When Vacations Attack!

    When Vacations Attack!

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    Travel Channel
    People can spend years plan the perfect honeymoon or family getaway and arrive expecting the most amazing trip ever taken but it doesn't always end up that way! See how some vacations start out great and turn into horrible nightmares.moreless
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    The Wild Within

    The Wild Within

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    National Geographic
    Steven Rinella, a lifelong outdoorsman looks into human's connection to wild places, hunting food and the ritual of the meal. Steven hunts and gathers food like our ancestors used to and eats everything he hunts providing food for his family and friends.moreless
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    Rachael Ray's Tasty Travels

    Rachael Ray's Tasty Travels

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    Food Network
    Rachael Ray is back on the road, scouring the country for the best travel eats! Rachael Ray’s Tasty Travels is full of insider tips and travel secrets from where to get the best burger to great dining options at all hours of the day. Join Rachael to turn your next vacation into a tasty trip!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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    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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    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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    Wild China

    Wild China

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    BBC Two
    This documentary captures the dazzling array of landscapes and creatures that can be found across China. The six-part series reveals the little-known natural treasures and secret wildlife havens of China's wildest regions.moreless
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    Exiled

    Exiled

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    MTV - Music Television
    The girls who have everything that were featured on My Super Sweet 16 are in for a new perspective on live when their parents send them to live with indigenous tribes in other countries in this MTV spin-off. Will they learn a newfound respect or will they prove old habits can't be broken.moreless
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