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    Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations

    Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations

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    Join best-selling author and professional chef Anthony Bourdain as he travels the world seeking the ultimate dining experience. He will hit locales from the well known to those off the beaten path, from New Jersey to Iceland and points in between. Along his journey, the adventuring Bourdain will share his no holds barred experience of the food and customs that flavor the different cultures of the world in a way that only he can. The show is produced by Zero Point Zero Productions.moreless
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    Passport to Europe

    Passport to Europe

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    Join Samantha Brown as she takes us through the blossoming beauty of Europe to truly discover its gifts, its cultures, and its secrets. Brought through the back lanes of Naples and the slopes of the Swiss Alps, we inhabit the lives of Europeans and experience their cultures, traditions, and hobbies. We are taken into the historical monuments of the ancient cities and into the modern clubs of the reformed metropolises. From the producers of Great Hotels comes a brand new sexy and adventurous show mapping the quintessential lifestyle of the average European, by enjoying the flavour of their foods and the fashion of their lives.moreless
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    Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern

    Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern

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    Andrew Zimmern wanders the globe searching for strange and unusual delicacies. In each destination, Andrew samples the native culinary delights. However, he doesn't go in for the normal foods that tourists would be drawn to. Instead, he goes after the strangest foods that the location has to offer. He explains the taste, texture and history of all the foods he tastes. Destinations include: U.S. gulf coast, Morocco, Spain, Scotland, and the Philippines.

    Bizarre Foods is a product of Tremendous! Entertainment and the Travel Channel.moreless
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    Man v. Food

    Man v. Food

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    Foodie Adam Richman sets out on mission to sample the country's best culinary treats. Richman will visit the not-to-missed restaurants in a number of cities all across the U.S.
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    Samantha Brown's Great Weekends

    Samantha Brown's Great Weekends

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    Need a change of scenery? Accomplished traveler Samantha Brown shows you a number of fun destinations you can do in only a weekend.
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    Madventures

    Madventures

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    This Finnish series follows two journalists or travellers as they like to be called, Riku Rantala and Tuomas Milonoff aka Tunna on their short budget 8 month world tour to locations around the globe that are generally off the beaten path and show you what really goes on in the world, beware this is no ordinary travel show, and is meant for mature viewers, and some scenes are not for the faint of heart.moreless
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    Bridget's Sexiest Beaches

    Bridget's Sexiest Beaches

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    Join Bridget Marquardt of The Girls Next Door fame as she sets out to visit the world's most beautiful seascapes in the new Travel Channel series "Bridget's Sexiest Beaches." Every Thursday Bridget will check out a new local culture and experience steamy adventures at hot spots like Fiji, Croatia, Jamaica, Mexico, Costa Rica, California, Thailand and Hawaii.moreless
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    Food Paradise

    Food Paradise

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    Food Paradise is a culinary documentary TV show developed by the Travel Channel that takes viewers all over America, from New York, New York to Urbandale, Iowa to Burbank, California, in an effort to present all that viewers can stomach of the many varieties of foods and the restaurants that specialize in them. Food Paradise follows a theme, often focusing on the best breakfast, pizza, steak, or even the best all you can eat paradises, and goes everywhere and anywhere to share the best of the best. Narrator Mason Pettit does his best to give all those mouthwatering locations their due, whether they specialize in all things seafood like Boston, Massachusetts's Union Oyster House, which is also one of the oldest restaurants in the United States, pizzas like Studio City, California's Caioti Pizza CafŽ where it is not just a pizza but a work of art, or where diners got their start in Pawtucket, Rhode Island's Modern Diner. Food Paradise is a walk in all the delicacies your stomach and eyes can handle in one sitting.moreless
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    Dhani Tackles the Globe

    Dhani Tackles the Globe

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    Cincinnati Bengals' player Dhani Jones travels to various countries to learn traditional sports in this Travel Channel series.
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    Great Hotels With Samantha Brown

    Great Hotels With Samantha Brown

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    Great Hotels with Samantha Brown is a travel TV show developed by the Travel Channel that follows host Samantha Brown as she travels all around the United States in order to stay and share the sights and amenities of some of America's most renowned hotels. From the Bellagio in Las Vegas, Nevada to the Breakers in Palm Beach, Florida, the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, California to Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge at Walt Disney World Resort, Samantha walks the viewers through everything they would experience as hotel revelers. She shares the layout, the rooms, and all that the hotels have to offer, typically showcasing what extra resides there in order to make those hotels unique and desirable to travelers. 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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    5 Takes

    5 Takes

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    The Travel Channel’s unique travel series 5 Takes follows the adventures of 5 different travelers as they log their experiences with a DV camera and a laptop to edit their footage. Each traveler produces independent short daily blogs and weekly vlogs of their journeys for the Travel Channel website http://www.5takes.com. As the travelers journal their unique experiences, a film production crew follows them around documenting their trip for the weekly 5 Takes series airing on the Travel Channel.moreless
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    Andrew Zimmern's Bizarre World

    Andrew Zimmern's Bizarre World

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    Andrew Zimmern explores the cultural side of the worlds most exotic locations. Zimmern of "Bizarre Foods" fame will focus on the people, politics, and culture of the worlds must see locations along with the cuisine analysis he's famous for. Learn interesting facts, history, and culture of the world's most well know locales with Andrew Zimmern and "Bizarre Worlds".moreless
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    Living with the Tribes: The Adventures of Mark and Olly

    Living with the Tribes: The Adventures of Mark and Olly

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    Living with the Tribes: The Adventures of Mark and Olly is the documentary series from the Travel Channel that joins British explorers Mark Anstice and Oliver Steeds as they journey to underdeveloped nations to live with indigenous people. The duo of extreme travelers head to the worlds hidden lands to visit with endangered and unknown tribes. They travel to West Papua to live with the Kombai tribe, a forest tribe that uses skills and tools unfamiliar to the Europeans. Mark and Olly go along with everything the tribe does, learning to live off the jungle around them. They try to make their own treehouse, learn about the harsh Kombai justice system, and experience the festivals of the tribe. The adventurers later joined the Mek tribe of the inaccessible and mysterious highlands, and went on to the small village of Koran Korata in Peru to experience life with the Machigenga tribe. Join in with Mark and Oliver as they travel to distant lands to live with ancient tribes on Travel Channel's Living with the Tribes: The Adventures of Mark and Olly.moreless
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    Samantha Brown: Passport to Latin America

    Samantha Brown: Passport to Latin America

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    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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    Bite Me With Dr. Mike

    Bite Me With Dr. Mike

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    Dr. Mike Leahy exposes some of the creepiest and most dangerous creatures on Earth and gets up close and personal, even letting them bite him to discover more about them!
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    Cruises We Love

    Cruises We Love

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    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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    Samantha Brown: Passport to China

    Samantha Brown: Passport to China

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    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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    Samantha Brown: Passport to Cruises

    Samantha Brown: Passport to Cruises

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    Samantha Brown: Passport to Cruises is the Travel Channel's series documenting Travel guru Samantha Brown as she cruises through the Mediterranean and Caribbean Seas. Narrated by Brown, the series follows her as she discovers the joys unique to cruising the ocean on a passenger ship the size of a small city. The camera follows Brown as she explores the ins and outs of life on a ship, interviewing some of the other passengers as well as some of the crew. As Brown realizes that she truly loves sightseeing by boat, she signs up for more cruises throughout the tropics. With ports in places like Venice, Florence, Nice, Cozumel, the Grand Cayman, Greece, Israel, and Trinidad and Tobago, Brown gives inside tips and tricks for the best sightseeing, eating, and exploring one can do in each of the destinations. With her experience as a travel host for more than ten years, Samantha Brown always finds the most unusual and memorable locations to enjoy.moreless
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    Forbes Luxe 11

    Forbes Luxe 11

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    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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    Taste Of America

    Taste Of America

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    Taste of America is a humorous and informative look at the American obsession with food. Hosted by comedian Mark DeCarlo, this program examines food history and food culture in the United States. Each episode focuses on a different area of the country and examines the foods made famous by each. DeCarlo samples Kentucky bourbon, attends a tomato festival in California, tries paw paw in Ohio and enjoys a lentil festival in Washington. He travels to Rhode Island for a clam bake, tries out frozen bananas on Balboa Island and reports from the Shuck Festival in Iowa. Food lovers and travel buffs will love Taste of America and its endearingly fearless host, who is game for anything and loves to try new foods. Over the past twenty years, American foodies have drastically widened their culinary horizons and are now cooking with a variety of international ingredients that were until recently unavailable in the United States. However, many of these gourmands have remained woefully unaware of America's own rich culinary traditions. Taste of America is a highly enjoyable remedy for this that will leave viewers hungry for more!moreless
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