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Ina Garten is sharing recipes and pro tips for putting together a gorgeous seasonal brunch. She starts with Shakshuka with Feta, the perfect way to serve eggs to a crowd, and bakes a batch of make-ahead Morning Glory Muffins. Smoked Salmon Tartines with Gravlax Sauce turn the volume up on a brunch staple, and Ina shares her secrets to the perfect Fresh Fruit Platter before toasting the holidays with a Spicy Bloody Mary.
Lyra discovers the horrific truth behind the Gobbler's activities in the North. She must now use all her wits to help free those around her and avoid suffering a terrible fate.
As the beginning of autumn arrives, Dick Strawbridge passes on his conker skills to the family, before the serious business resumes and the next phase of the renovation begins. Dick and his wife Angel Adoree get to work converting the old tack room into a grand entrance way. Angel knocks down walls and upcycles an old glass door, while Dick lays a new concrete floor.
They've survived until the end after enduring Bushtucker Trials, camp life and each other. But which of the finalists will you crown this year's King or Queen of the Jungle? Ant and Dec reveal which of the campmates will follow in the footsteps of 2018 winner Harry Redknapp. It's been a rollercoaster ride of a contest, with highlights including the windy skyscraper challenge on day one, and the moment Jacqueline Jossa had to face her fear of spiders in an early challenge. While Caitlyn Jenner has become a show favourite, it remains to be seen who will emerge from the camp victorious.
Looking back on the major stories of the year - from the New Horizons mission to the most distant world we have ever visited to the release of the first-ever picture of a black hole. The team relive the highlights and uncover the latest developments.
"Bombing Afghanistan" interviews Hamid Karzai who wants the American military to stop bombing civilians. "What's Wrong with the Bees?" investigates the recent phenomena of Colony Collapse Disorder. "Sarko L'Americain" interviews the new French president. "Andy Rooney" talks about baseball and sports.
"Curve Ball" investigators the Iraqi defector who fabricated a story about WMDs that helped drive the U.S. into war in the Middle East. "The Ivory War" investigates elephant poaching in Africa. "Captain of Capitalism" profiles venture capitalist Tom Perkins. "Andy Rooney" talks about not wanting to be a politician.
"Superbug" investigates MRSA a drug-resistant super-bug that can cause serious infection and death. "Insanity on Death Row" examines the case of a death row inmate who may be mentally ill. "Here Come the Millennials" looks at how people in their late teens and early twenties may not be ready for the workforce. "Andy Rooney" talks about newspaper headlines.
"Evidence of Injustice" examines how flawed science was used in hundreds of prosecutions and may have sent dozens of innocent people to jail. "The Youngest Terrorist" looks at the case of Omar Khadr who was captured in combat and sent to Guantanamo despite being only 15 years-old. "Calorie Counting" looks at how health officials want to force fast food restaurants to reveal the calories count of their food. "Andy Rooney" talks about the network's list of holidays.
"Awakenings" examines how some minimally conscious people can be awaken through drug therapy. "Hi-Tech Heist" looks at how thieves are using computers to steal customer's financial information from businesses. "Eagles" interviews the band as they prepare for their first album in 28 years. "Andy Rooney" talks about how people are carrying more stuff.
"Kings of Congo" goes to Rwanda to examine who gorillas are so endangered. "Prescription for Addiction" investigates the drug Prometa which has been advanced as a miracle drug for the treatment of methamphetamine addiction. "LT MVP" interviews running back LaDainian Tomlinson. "Andy Rooney" talks about New York Giants football games.
"Don't Ask, Don't Tell" investigates the U.S. military's policy on homosexuality. "Garden of Eden" goes to Indonesia to view a pristine paradise where few humans have ever been and new species are being discovered. "A-Rod" interviews the baseball superstar about performance-enhancing drugs in baseball. "Andy Rooney" talks about what it means to be rich.
"Joel Osteen" rebroadcasts a segment on the famous preacher. "Roots" rebroadcasts a segment on how genetic genealogy uses DNA to trace ancestry back hundreds of years. "The Winner" rebroadcasts a profile of New England Quarterback Tom Brady. "Andy Rooney" talks about Christmas.
"The Age of Megafires" rebroadcasts a segment on how the warming climate may be contributing to mega fires. "Pot Shops" rebroadcasts a segment on the consequences of legalizing medicinal marijuana in California. "Get Me the Geeks!" rebroadcasts a segment on the technicians who set up our sophisticated computer gadgets. "Andy Rooney" talks about self-help books.
The Monitor sends Harbinger to gather the worlds' greatest heroes - Supergirl, The Flash, Green Arrow, Batwoman, White Canary, The Atom and Superman - in preparation for the impending Crisis. With their worlds in imminent danger, the superheroes suit up for battle while J'onn and Alex recruit Lena to help them find a way to save the people of Earth-38.
At the turn of the 20th century, 29 million Americans are working and 40% of them are farmers. Over the decades, factories expand like never before, two world wars speed up technological change, and by the 1950s, American workers have the highest wages and consumer power of any country in the world. This is the story of the men and women who built the American Dream, presented entirely in color through digitally remastered archival footage and home movies.
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