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    James May's Road Trip

    James May's Road Trip

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    James May's Road Trip is a BBC show centered on the pursuit of finding the best wines in both the "Old" and "New" Worlds. It is hosted by James May, best known for his role in Top Gear, and wine connoisseur Oz Clarke. Together, the duo explore various vineyards throughout the world, while at the same time, Oz tries to enlighten the beer-loving James to the value of fine wine. They journey to vineyards like Bordeaux, Rhone Valley and Paso Robles. The pair like to travel in style to their destinations, as seen when they journeyed through France in May's Jaguar XJS and when they made their way through California in a large, well-equipped motor home. James is typically planning some sort of mischief, like he did when the pair were in France. While there, he set up a wine taste test which included a blend that was fermented in the trunk of his car. The show's interesting locations and fun-loving hosts offer an entertaining and unique twist on the subject of wine.moreless
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    Eco Trip

    Eco Trip

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    Sundance Channel
    Eco Trip is an original Sundance channel documentary series which explores the real cost of man's product consumption on the health of the planet. Each episode investigates how a particular commodity may harm people or the environment and then refreshingly offers a more environmentally friendly solution. The likable eco-adventurer, David de Rothschild is the host of the show. During each episode, he travels around the world and immerses himself and viewers into the step by step procedures needed to create everyday products. He interviews people directly involved in the various industries and consults environmental experts. Through this process he uncovers a variety of harmful side-effects, including things like pesticides, run-off, and deforestation. Eco Trip is fast paced and entertaining. It informs the viewer without imparting judgment or guilt. However, after seeing the negative impact of seemingly simple things like paper napkins, cotton t-shirts, and gold, viewers will be left considering the consequences of just about everything they consume.moreless
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    Spain ... On the Road Again

    Spain ... On the Road Again

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    PBS
    Celebrity chef Mario Batali and famed actress Gwyneth Paltrow hit the road in Spain's countryside to sample the culture in spots often overlooked by tourists.
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    Sahara

    Sahara

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    BBC (ended 2002)
    The Sahara is the size of the United States with a population the size of Norfolk, a small UK county. The temperatures are extreme, the camels are poisoned ... this is another of Michael Palin's exciting globe-trotting adventures. During his travels across theSahara Desert, Michael meets interesting people, learns about their cultures, and goes through what they do in their everyday lives. He visits the countries of Gibraltar, Morocco, Mauritania, Senegal, Mali, Niger, Libya, Tunisia and Algeria. But this is no easy task. Traveling in the immense heat of the Sahara, our host suffers through illness, dangerous lands with no government, and harsh climates to learn more about the world. In just four episodes, Michael teaches viewers about life in the Sahara Desert.moreless
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    Cook on the Wild Side

    Cook on the Wild Side

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    KEO Films
    Cook on the Wild Side is a cooking and travel series hosted by famed British celebrity chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, the eccentric wild man who travels the world in search of little-known earthy delicacies and meets up with some like-minded people who want nothing more than to live off the fat of the land. This show earned Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall the nickname "Hugh Fearlessly-Eatsitall" for his willingness to cook up and devour whatever edible items crossed his path, whether it was a nice hedgerow of a bit of roadkill. Each episode of this fun series follows Hugh into a new locale. In one episode, he goes diving for scallops in pristine Scottish waters, showing viewers how the molluscs can be prepared, served, and eaten raw right after you catch them. In another episode, he reveals the types of food one can find right in the middle of London, including pigeon and garden snails. Cook on the Wild Side is a classic cooking show and a must-see for foodies with a taste for adventure.moreless
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    Extreme Sweets

    Extreme Sweets

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    Food Network
    Extreme Sweets is the Food Network series hosted by Adam Gertler where he travels across the great United States, trying to find the country's most extreme sweet treats. Do you have a sweet tooth? You'll need more than just that to hang with Adam on this trip. You'll need an extremely daring personality and a strong pallet, as Adam is taking on some very unordinary desserts. Some are pretty tame, like candy cocktails in Hershey, PA, and they get more daring with worm-covered caramel apples on the California coast. Some are downright dangerous, like the Hollywood sweet shop that made him sign a waiver before trying their spicy confections. Adam sees candy wonders like an art gallery where the paintings are made from candies, a chocolate spa, and even a sweet shop with a life-sized Marilyn Monroe sculpture made of Jelly Bellies. Join Adam as he tours the country, looking for creative and colossal confections and candy on Food Network's Extreme Sweets.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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    Extreme Cuisine with Jeff Corwin

    Extreme Cuisine with Jeff Corwin

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    Food Network
    Jeff Corwin uses his wildlife and food expertise to travel the world and find the best regional food and try it out for himself.
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    Food Buddha

    Food Buddha

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    TLC
    Renowned chef Rodelio Aglibot will travel to different destinations known for its cuisine. He will then join forces with a local food guide and order one of each item off the menu. Together they will break down each dish to learn more about the restaurant. When Rodelio returns to his kitchen, he will prepare a dish inspired by his adventure.moreless
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    Plum Homes

    Plum Homes

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    Plum TV
    Plum Homes is a travel and architecture series, featuring knowledgeable host Lewis Canfield who invites viewers to join him on a tour of some of America's most impressive vacation homes and communities, taking time to speak with some of the architects, creators, and homeowners responsible for these gorgeous homes. In each episode of this illuminating series, a different home and the surrounding territory is explored. America is home to some of the most breathtakingly gorgeous landscapes in the world, and a wide variety of communities have sprung up from these inspiring locations. Acclaimed architect Patrick Ahearn appears in many installments of this series, explaining the reasoning behind some of his work in locations like Martha's Vineyard, Edgartown, and Chappaquiddick Island. Plum Homes is an informative and fun series that's perfect for architecture fans interested in getting a glimpse of some of the most beautiful homes in the country.moreless
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    Michael Palin: Himalaya

    Michael Palin: Himalaya

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    BBC
    Michael Palin: Himalaya is the BBC TV series that follows comedian and adventurer Michael Palin as he embarks on a six-month trip through the Himalayas. Michael has traveled through many countries in his travelogue series, and this is one of the most beautiful. He journeys through Afghanistan, through India and to the region known as the Death Zone near Everest's base. Michael traveled 3,000 miles through the Himalaya mountain range, trekking up several of the mountains. The highest point on the journey goes all the way up to Everest Base Camp, an altitude of 17,500 feet. He also journeys to locations like the Bhutanese capital, the Tiger Leaping Gorge, and the Bay of Bengal. Along the way he meets fascinating characters like the Dalai Lama, the Bhutanese royal family, and the Konyak headhunters, learning about their histories and customs. Join Michael as he continues his BBC travelogue series in Michael Palin: Himalaya.moreless
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    Have Cake, Will Travel

    Have Cake, Will Travel

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    Food Network
    Cake decorator Ashley Vicos and her team travel America to bake amazing cakes for special events such as New York's fashion and Mardi Gras in New Orleans.
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    Super Bikes!

    Super Bikes!

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    Speed TV
    Super Bikes!, which is a television show that has aired on the SPEED Channel since 2006, chronicles the world of a popular American stunt rider by the name of Jason Britton as he travels the country exploring the motorcycle scene. While Super Bikes! heavily involves the stunt bike scene as well as stunting competitions, other areas of the motorcycling world are expanded upon, leaving the viewer with greater knowledge of the sport bike culture and motorsports involving these impressive motorcycles. The show, which is available in high-definition, has had four seasons and forty-eight episodes thus far. The show's host, Jason Britton, is an American stunt rider who has spent the majority of his life on the top of a two-wheeler. At the age of twelve years old, he was already racing motocross. An expert in his field, he is regularly used to perform stunt work for a variety of movies. He is also the Executive Editor of 2Wheel Tuner magazine.moreless
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    Styleyes: Miami

    Styleyes: Miami

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    Si TV
    Styleyes: Miami features Jai Rodriguez as he shows you all the hot spots of Miami. From high class restaurants to the trendiest new clothing boutiques.
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    Fields of Glory

    Fields of Glory

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    Mojo
    Fields of Glory is an original series by MOJO that features the rich histories and long-established traditions of college football stadiums across the United States. Each episode of Fields of Glory highlights a different stadium, giving viewers an inside look at past game days and pageantry. Texans will appreciate the look back at the University of Texas' Darrell K. Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium, where the Texas Longhorns have played college football since 1924. Another episode highlights Michigan Stadium at the University of Michigan, one of the most famous sporting venues in the U.S. Texas A&M University and Auburn University's stadiums are featured in Fields of Glory as well. Viewers will also get an inside look at the histories of LSU's Tiger Stadium, the University of Florida's Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida Field, Neyland Stadium at the University of Tennessee, and Autzen Stadium at the University of Oregon. Episodes have an approximate running time of 24 to 25 minutes.moreless
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    Destination Tennis

    Destination Tennis

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    The Tennis Channel
    Destination Tennis takes you around the world, exploring the tennis scene in various places that host ATP and WTA tournaments. The host Mayleen Ramey gets up-close and personal with the people who play tennis in these cities. Viewers will see people involved in the local tennis scenes, explore the cities and all they have to offer, as well as get firsthand information that will excite the heart of any tennis player. The host will take you deeper into the cities, show you the best attractions, the top resorts in the area that offer tennis facilities, good places to eat and show you the unique people from the area. The show will give you an inside view into how to perfectly plan your dream vacation revolved around your favorite sport. So if you're an avid tennis lover who needs help planning their dream vacation, Destination Tennis is the show for you!moreless
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    Seasoned with Spirit

    Seasoned with Spirit

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    PBS
    Native American Chef Loretta Barrett Oden (Citizen Potawatomi Nation) hosts the Regional Emmy award-winning PBS cooking, travel and Native American culture, five-part series.
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    Chinese Food Made Easy

    Chinese Food Made Easy

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    Cooking Channel
    Chef Ching-He Huang shows her best recipes for Chinese food.
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    America's National Monuments: Legacy of the Great Plains

    America's National Monuments: Legacy of the Great Plains

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    PBS
    Tour some of the most treasured monuments in America's Great Plains with this visually stunning exploration of 10 national landmarks. Designated by U.S. presidents to protect significant pieces of our history and geology, national monuments range from areas of natural beauty to locations and structures with historical value. Devils Tower, the Agate Fossil Beds, Homestead, the Capulin Volcano and the Little Bighorn battle site are included.moreless
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    Global Wonders

    Global Wonders

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    Paramount Television
    Global Wonders is a culturally enriching children's animated DVD series written by by award-winning authors and creators such as Sindy McKay, Ed Wexler, and Jim Latham. The series introduces children ages 3 to 5 to different people, traditions, languages, and instruments from varying countries across the globe - in the most fun and entertaining way imaginable. By becoming acquainted with characters such as Alisha from South Africa, Marisa from Mexico, and Rajeev from India, children are able to broaden their view of the world, as well as their general knowledge. Other advantages to the show are the ways in which the content can heighten children's self-awareness, and ultimately their self-esteem. J. Kevin Nugent, Ph.D is a frequent contributor to the show. He works for the Brazelton Institute at the Children's Hospital in Boston and is a member of the Harvard Medical School, Pediatrics division. Be sure to catch an episode of Global Wonders!moreless
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