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    Doc Zone | Jan 29, 2015

    A TV Renaissance explores the rise of TV as the most influential medium of the 20th century and how it's helped to shape our national identity.

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    The Nature of Things | Jan 29, 2015

    Mystery of the Monsoon is a cinematic exploration of the force of the monsoon. Some say it’s the soul of India. We experience the monsoon through the eyes of farmers, fishermen, and wildlife wardens, all of whose lives are affected by the rains and of meteorologists, who try to predict the timing, location and volume of the rains.

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    The Book of Negroes | Jan 28, 2015

    After British defeat, Aminata registers Black Loyalists in The Book Of Negroes for an escape to freedom in Nova Scotia.

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    Dragons' Den | Jan 28, 2015

    A protective product sparks a Dragon competition and turns heads in the Den; an entrepreneur exposes it all to have the Dragons weigh in; and a couple outlines their eco-friendly solution to a monthly problem. Plus, accomplished Canadian athletes hope the Dragons will join their team.

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    Schitt's Creek | Jan 27, 2015

    Johnny and Moira, feeling like they have failed as parents, try to get to know their grown children. Alexis spies on Mutt and thinks he's having an affair with the Mayor's wife.

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    Heartland | Jan 28, 2015

    Find out more about a crucial step in making sure every line of dialogue is crystal clear in each episode of Heartland as star Amber Marshall explains what is referred to "ADR."

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