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    MTV Cribs

    MTV Cribs

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    MTV - Music Television (ended 2008)
    Welcome to MTV Cribs, the most exciting way to peep into your favourite celebrity homes without getting slapped with a restraining order.
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    The Cleaner

    The Cleaner

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    A&E (ended 2009)
    From the creator of the Emmy Award winning series American Dreams The cleaner tells the story of William Banks. He's a recovering addict who struggles to maintain his own rocky personal life while he helps others get clean by any means necessary. William works with an eclectic group, and together they bring addicts of all kinds to the point where they are ready and willing to get help and begin the difficult process of getting clean. With every success and every failure, William must confront his own demons through his unusual relationship with God. He's a man caught between a deep love for his family, an unwavering commitment to his work, and the ghosts of his own addictions. This show is based on the real life story of Warren Boyd, one of the co-executive producers. The theme music is "Follow That Sound" performed by Sharon Little.moreless
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    Art21: Art in the Twenty-First Century

    Art21: Art in the Twenty-First Century

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    PBS
    This one-hour program works to expose different artists in America today. Each show compares the artists presented and allows the audience to analyze them.
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    Ken Burns: Jazz

    Ken Burns: Jazz

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    PBS
    Ken Burns: Jazz is an acclaimed 2001 television documentary miniseries produced for the venerated PBS network. A sumptuously rich bite of jazz American pie. Ken Burns succeeds in documenting this impossibly large subject. Clocking in at just less than 20 hours, the series is an exhaustive and complete overview of Jazz in the 20th Century. Never dull, this set is a sophisticated and engaging exploration of the evolution of Jazz from its roots to the present. This documentary is a social history of the musicians who created one of America's greatest contributions to art and it covers the years 1900 to around 1960. The emphasis here is on the mainstream artists of the trade. Burns unravels his story in a chronological and quite accessible way that is not over the head of the neophyte nor beneath the interest of the educated jazz connoisseur. Some artists are omitted, and the last 40 years is compressed into one single episode.moreless