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    In Search of Food

    In Search of Food

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    Ovation TV
    In Search of Food is the Ovation TV series where chef Barton Seaver travels the country to see what goes into meals made from locally grown foods. Barton is an acclaimed chef, author, and authority on sustainable foods. His passion and commitment to using these local and sustainable ingredients in his restaurants has helped create successful businesses and amazing food, and win him titles like Esquire Magazine's Chef of the Year. Barton finds the farm-to-table connections to be important to all of those involved, including the person who enjoys the final meal. Now the chef is heading around the country to find like-minded food artisans who are also committed to natural, fresh foods. He heads to San Francisco, Minneapolis and New York, taking an unforgettable journey around each location. He follows the ingredients back to their farms, seeing the breathtaking locations and inspiring people behind these meals. Join Barton Seaver as he shows people around the country that are using sustainable local ingredients to make mouthwatering meals in Ovation TV's In Search of Food.moreless
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    MysteryQuest

    MysteryQuest

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    The History Channel
    This show tries to find the answers behind age old phenomenons and enigmas.
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    Samantha Brown: Passport to Latin America

    Samantha Brown: Passport to Latin America

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    Travel Channel
    Samantha Brown: Passport to Latin America is a reality travel show developed by the Travel Channel that follows its host Samantha Brown as she takes in all the sights and delights that the regions of the culture rich of Latin America has to offer. While she experiences the local favorites, such as the well-loved restaurants and the go-to shopping centers, Samantha also shares each city's cultural heritage and history while offering a guide to what to look for as a tourist in those great cities. From Belize to coastal Chile, Guadalajara, Mexico to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Passport to Latin America visits some of the better-known cities of Latin America as Samantha takes in the authentic way to tango in Buenos Aires, the feisty action of a Lucha Libre match in Mexico City, and the gustatory pleasure of a naca tamale in Nicaragua. Samantha Brown has been a host for the Travel Channel for over ten years with a passport stamped with over a dozen of countries, hundreds of cities, and an opinion on the beds and breakfasts of thousands of hostels around the world.moreless
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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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    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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    Michael Palin: Around the World in 80 Days

    Michael Palin: Around the World in 80 Days

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    BBC
    Michael Palin: Around the World in 80 Days is a travel series developed by the BBC that chronicles Monty Python actor and notable comedian Michael Palin as he takes up the task of Phileas Fogg, Jules Verne’s hero of his classic novel Around the World in Eighty Days, in an endeavor to travel around the world in eighty days. In true Victorian fashion, Palin sets out to follow Fogg’s travel route without taking the easy way out by traveling via aircraft. He sets off from London to only be stopped by one of the many roadblocks in Palin’s journey. From Italian railway strikes to missing train and ferry connections to a very uncomfortable case of traveler’s diarrhea, he continues to strive forward in order to clean up the city of Venice, befriend the crew of an Indian sailboat, getting a shave by a blind barber, working as deckhands on a Yugoslavian freighter, and being attacked by a cockatoo. A wonderful real-life adaptation of Verne’s classic, Micahel Palin: Around the World in 80 Days shows the world in a lovely and comical light. Michael Palin followed the trip with a book detailing the experience completely from his perspective without cut scenes.moreless
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    Asia in a Week

    Asia in a Week

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    Asia in a Week is a documentary TV series developed by DramaFever that does its best to show the breathtaking sights, boisterous sounds, and scintillating tastes Asia has to offer to the world as each episode showcases a unique aspect of the modern Asian culture. From Tokyo, Japan to Mumbai, India to Jakarta, Indonesia, Asia in a Week lets viewers follow a film crew as they spend a week dedicated to their task. Watch as they (and you) explore the Japanese "Freeter" movement, an expression used to describe the growing number of men and women in Japan never growing up beyond living in their parents' house and part time jobs. Explore the Chinese village that is entirely settled in underground caves and tunnels. Visit the men-only outdoor laundry center in Mumbai. Asia in a Week is not about the same old sights and tours of other documentaries, but is about the unique world Asia has to offer.moreless
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    Cruises We Love

    Cruises We Love

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    Travel Channel
    Cruises We Love! is a 12 episode series featured on the Travel Channel that showcases the joys of cruising. The show features everything from mainstream cruise lines to exclusive ships that explore remote Alaskan areas.moreless
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    Miami Social

    Miami Social

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    Bravo
    Take a look at the hot scene of young Miami professionals in this Bravo reality series.
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    Pressure Cook

    Pressure Cook

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    Mojo
    If you think cooking can be an adventure, then this series is for you. Chef and restaurateur Ralph Pagano is dropped in exotic locales like Iceland, Mexico, Belize and Italy and forced to work his way home in any kitchens that will have him. The pressure is on for this Iron Chef and Hell's Kitchen veteran, as he must overcome such obstacles as language barriers, cultural differences and dress codes in order to make his way home.moreless
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    Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan

    Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan

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    BBC America (Returning March 25th, 2014)
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    All-Girl Getaways

    All-Girl Getaways

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    Fine Living
    All-Girl Getaways is an easygoing, informative series about - you guessed it - planning vacations and getaways for women only. Many women enjoy the occasional long weekend away from errands and family, and retreat to a luxurious spa or a remote resort with their best gal pals. All-Girl Getaways shows viewers how to do it right. Every step is covered, from selecting a destination and picking travel dates to arranging for child care and saving money on meals and gas. All-Girl Getaways takes the audience along as an engaging group of women plans their escape; weeks of meticulous planning and preparation finally pay off when the friends whisk themselves away for a mini-vacation of pampering, relaxation, and gossip with no men allowed! Viewers will be inspired to recharge their own batteries and get away from the daily grind without their husbands and children in two. Sometimes a girl just needs to get away, and All-Girl Getaways shows you how.moreless
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    America's Secret Slang

    America's Secret Slang

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    H2
    Examining the origins of American slang words and phrases.
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    Samantha Brown: Passport to China

    Samantha Brown: Passport to China

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    Travel Channel
    Samantha Brown: Passport to China is a reality travel show developed by the Travel Channel that follows its host Samantha Brown as she takes in the sights, sounds, and tastes of what the great nation of China has to offer any traveler. Her trip begins with the festivities at the opening of the 2008 Olympic Summer Games in Beijing before dining on the unusual fare of scorpions and starfish while visiting a traditional Chinese home. Her trip takes her throughout China from Beijing to Sichuan and Xi’an. Some of the sights she takes in are the expansive Great Wall, the ancient and formidable Terra Cotta Warriors, the legendary 600-year-old Xi’an Bell Tower, and even playing with the cuddly vulnerable Red Pandas. Samantha Brown has been a host for the Travel Channel for over ten years with a passport stamped with over a dozen of countries, hundreds of cities, and an opinion on the beds and breakfasts of thousands of hostels around the world.moreless
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    Feasting on Waves

    Feasting on Waves

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    Food Network
    In this spin off of Food Network's Feasting on Asphalt, host Alton Brown takes to the waters instead of the streets to find the most authentic food in each area he visits. Alton and his crew will sail the Caribbean on the same course Christopher Columbus embarked on in 1492.
    Season One Mission Statement: My Mission, to push past the cruise ship buffets and chain food eateries to seek out true island cuisine - wherever it may be. It's a tough job, but one that needs doing, I'm Alton Brown and this is Feasting on Waves.moreless
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    Michael Palin: New Europe

    Michael Palin: New Europe

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    BBC
    Michael Palin: New Europe is the BBC travel series where Monty Python alum Michael Palin takes us along with him on his globe-trotting adventures. Michael's travels in New Europe show a world that has changed greatly since the collapse of the Iron Curtain and the end of the Cold War. Most of the perception of Europe focuses on Western Europe, forgetting that the countries in Eastern Europe are new to the western world. They are new nations with new governments trying to find their place in the post-Soviet world. Michael journeys on a voyage of discovery in places that were once forbidden, enjoying the new freedom to roam unhindered of places in his own continent which he previously couldn't visit. The series had seven episodes where Palin visits 20 countries, seeing places like Moldova, Estonia, Slovakia, Serbia, Albania, the Republic of Macedonia, and Herzegovina. Palin also released a companion book called New Europe, documenting the trip with photographs by Basil Pao.moreless
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    Forbes Luxe 11

    Forbes Luxe 11

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    Travel Channel
    Forbes Luxe 11 is a one hour documentary on the Travel Channel, about eleven of the world’s most magnificent, most luxurious, and most expensive getaways. Produced by City Lights Television, this joint product of the Travel Channel and Forbes Magazine presents viewers with a glimpse of life in the lap of luxury. From billionaire playgrounds to exclusive hotels, from over-the-top meals to extravagant toys, Forbes Luxe 11 shows the very best of the best, when money is not a limiting factor and budget is unheard of. The eleven featured getaways span the globe, from Palm Beach, Florida to Johannesburg, South Africa, to Mustique in the West Indies. Of the eleven, five destinations are in the United States of America, but the other six are in international destinations, from Scotland to The Maldives. For those of us who do not have the padded bank accounts of the likes of Bill Gates and Oprah Winfrey, Forbes Luxe 11 provides a source of inspiration for daydreaming and motivation for working a little harder at getting that promotion.moreless
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    Keys to the Castle

    Keys to the Castle

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    HGTV
    Keys to the Castle is a documentary TV series developed by HGTV that follows host, actor John Barrowman, as he explores what it is like for modern owners of castles. With palatial homes with stones older than most cities, these home owners in Dorset, Suffolk, and two in Scotland as well as four chateaux in France give a personalized tour sharing all the secrets and joys of living in some of the oldest homes in Europe. From unbelievable landscapes of hedge mazes to moats keeping the neighbors from asking for some sugar, these homes offer both pros and cons to living in a flashback to the Middle Ages. John gets a taste of what it is like to have a home with ghosts from the sixteenth century, heating over one hundred rooms in a stone building, and maintaining a very old and very leaky roof. Keys to the Castle is an interesting look at the romantic (and somewhat cool) reality of living life as the royals do.moreless
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    Amazing Adventures of a Nobody: Europe

    Amazing Adventures of a Nobody: Europe

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    FOX Reality Channel
    Amazing Adventures of a Nobody: Europe is an innovative series from the FOX Reality Channel. Starring Leon Logothetis, Amazing Adventures of a Nobody: Europe shows viewers that it's possible to enjoy Europe's most amazing sights on a shoestring budget. The cameras shadow Logothetis as he travels to Europe's hottest destinations without spending more than five Euros each day. This five Euro per diem must cover travel, lodging, and food. Logothetis follows other rules as well: he never spends more than 24 hours in a single place, and must pass through certain select cities assigned to him by the show's producers. The daily five Euros must be spent in only a day; Logothetis forfeits any change that remains at the close of each day. In order to meet his goals, he must often work for food or rely upon the kindness of strangers. There are no restrictions on items that may be gifted to him; however, Logothetis is not allowed to accept donations of money. Amazing Adventures of a Nobody: Europe is wildly popular among travel enthusiasts and fans of extreme pursuits. Europe will never seem the same again!moreless
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    Adam Richman's Best-Sandwich in America

    Adam Richman's Best-Sandwich in America

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    Travel Channel
    Adam Richman's Best Sandwich in America follows host Adam Richman around the country on his quest to find the best thing since sliced bread ON sliced bread. Adam travels from region to region crowning one sandwich supreme.moreless
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