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    America's Test Kitchen

    America's Test Kitchen

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    America's Test Kitchen is the most-watched cooking show on public television. The series is filmed in the Cook's Illustrated magazine test kitchen located outside Boston, Massachusetts. Each episode features recipes that have been carefully developed to make sure they work every time. Host Christopher Kimball and the test cooks use a common-sense, practical approach to solve everyday cooking problems, and they test equipment and taste supermarket ingredients to save consumers' time in the store.moreless
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    PBS American Masters

    PBS American Masters

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    Produced (or acquired) by Thirteen/WNET New York for the Public Broadcasting Service, episodes of American Masters are dedicated to documenting and honoring America's most notable creative artists and the inspiration behind their work. Each year a series of special broadcasts profiles a cross-section of the nation's finest artistic pioneers from the past and present.moreless
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    The 1900 House

    The 1900 House

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    One family gets to have the ultimate adventure, traveling back in time from the Information Age to the Victorian Era. The series follows the Bowler family, hand-picked out of thousands of applicants, to live for three months inside a completely restored Victorian-era house. They are allowed no modern-day comforts, not even electricity (it was too expensive for a family of their class!). Watch as they do everyday tasks we take for granted: cooking, cleaning, even at-home entertainment, with the things they had available in 1900 Britain. "The 1900 House" is commonly referred to as Season One of PBS's "House" series. Others include Manor House, 1940s House, Colonial House, and Frontier House.moreless
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    Time Team America

    Time Team America

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    Time Team America is a new science-reality series from PBS that sends some archaeologists on a race against time to dig up historic sites around the nation. The team has exactly 72 hours to uncover the buried secrets of their assigned digs using the latest modern technology, decades of expertise and their own sharp smarts. Host Colin Campbell guides each expedition as viewers watch these archeologists, diggers, scientists and historians at work. The audience can really see how these archeologists work and the cool history they discover. You never know what they'll dig up next! Time Team America aired on PBS stations during the Summer of 2009.moreless
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    History Detectives

    History Detectives

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    This series explores the true stories behind historic sites, artifacts and tall tales at the request of citizens all over America, with the help of an inquisitive team of fact-finders with an uncanny talent for uncovering the truth.moreless
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    The Mind of a Chef

    The Mind of a Chef

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    Anthony Bourdain takes viewers into the mind of chef and restaurateur David Chang in The Mind of a Chef. The show takes travel, cooking, history, science, and humor to a new level. Chang travels round the world to random food joints- from ramen factories in Japan to taking a BBQ tour in Texas, North Carolina, and Kansas City.moreless
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    Carrier

    Carrier

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    Expose yourself to the world of working on a nuclear aircraft carrier. Filmmakers immerse themselves in the microcosm that is life on the USS Nimitz, as they probe into the professional and person lives of the crew. This series was awarded a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Cinematography for Reality Programming.moreless
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    Everyday Edisons

    Everyday Edisons

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    Everyday Edisons is a reality television series currently airing on PBS. Created by Louis Foreman and hosted by Michael Cable, the program revolves around aspiring inventors trying to thrust their idea into the global consciousness. Differing from other reality shows of the same ilk, Everyday Edisons does not eliminate the contestants from the show. Every invention featured on Everyday Edisons is at least put through the process of commercialization. They show then follows each inventor as they attempt to get their product idea actualized. each inventor is given equal opportunity to get their invention made in a world in which investors are often hard to come by. Some products created on the show include products called Befudiom, Tsquare, Koku, and Kineta.moreless
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    Your Life Your Money

    Your Life Your Money

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    Your Life Your Money RSS feed for PBS programming.