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    Trauma: Life In the ER

    Trauma: Life In the ER

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    TLC (ended 2004)
    A true reality series, Trauma: Life in the E.R. followed real life doctors and nurses as they cared for patients brought to the emergency room for care. The series was filmed at different hospitals capturing the lives of medical personnel across the US. Patient injuries, conditions and treatment were explained by staff and a voiceover narration.moreless
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    A Baby Story

    A Baby Story

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    Cameras follow a couple as they prepare to welcome a new addition (or two) to the family.
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    Junkyard Wars

    Junkyard Wars

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    TLC (ended 2004)
    This engineering challenge started off some years ago in the UK and has now made it over to TLC. In 2001 they filmed two seasons' worth of programs with a whole series of extreme Junkyard machines being built by teams of bikers, high-tech engineers, school teachers, and even hillbillies!moreless
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    Pappyland

    Pappyland

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    Pappy Drewitt is an artist and is joined by an assortment of characters who perform skits and sing songs. In each episode, Pappy teaches the viewer an important life lesson, like sharing. The primary focus of the show is watching Pappy draw pictures. He slowly and carefully explains how and why he uses certain techniques in drawing and coloring his artwork. The show is meant to spark an interest in creating and at the end of the program, Pappy features pictures sent to him by his fans.moreless
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    Great Mysteries and Myths of the Twentieth Century

    Great Mysteries and Myths of the Twentieth Century

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    Great Mysteries and Myths of the Twentieth Century on The Learning Channel.
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    Iris the Happy Professor

    Iris the Happy Professor

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    TLC (ended 1994)
    What's all the racket in this guide? It's just a unique classroom, Ms. Principal. Puppeteer Tim Gosley talks of his days on Iris the Happy Professor as being part of a "secret fraternity," and there is some truth in that. Iris the Happy Professor, after a two-year run on TLC, went into hiding, waiting for broadminded, independent public television stations to find it (see below). Fielding some of the talent that enlightened Fraggle Rock, Henri Desclez produced this offbeat educational series for young viewers. It was an interesting class: PROFESSOR IRIS was, by all looks of things, an ibis with oversized bow tie, magic teaching stick (with which images appeared on his chalkboard), and the uncanny knack to explain away any difficult situations. SKELETON got his name from the shirt with the bones on it. He was one to go into the classroom closet to fetch anything that would aid the educational cause. PIANO was a falsetto male, often the most excited student. PLANT was the simplest of the students, but he could always come in at the right time with the right answer. MS. PRINCIPAL walked in at various times during the lesson to wonder "What's all the racket in here today?" Originally, Iris the Happy Professor was produced for TLC in 1992-94, then promptly disappeared. Fortunately, WYBE in Philadelphia picked up Iris on Labor Day, Sept. 2, 2002. Since that day, WYBE has aired Iris the Happy Professor in English (Mondays at 8:30 A.M. and 4:00 P.M.), immediately followed by the same lesson with clearer French soundtracks! Listen to Iris le gentil professeur, clear as a bell, on WYBE Mondays at 8:45 A.M. and 4:15 P.M. SCN of Saskatchewan also runs Iris the Happy Professor, but in English only. That's all for today. Bye-de-bye!moreless
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    A Wedding Story

    A Wedding Story

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    TLC’s A Wedding Story follows two individuals while they plan their nuptials. Showing people from all walks of life, different religions, people from other countries, exotic or extreme themed weddings. And interesting reality series that focuses more on the people then the planning.moreless
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    Skinnamarink TV

    Skinnamarink TV

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    TLC (ended 1998)
    Skinnamarink TV, with Sharon, Lois, and Bram uses music to teach basic skills to children. This show uses skits, dance, and music to teach about self esteem, animals, letters,numbers, and more.moreless