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Journalist and author Fareed Zakaria hosts this in-depth look at the major global developments of the week (the title's "GPS" stands for "Global Public Square"), with an emphasis on new ideas and innovative solutions to the World's toughest problems. Each episode also features Zakaria leading a panel discussion and interviewing a major world figure.
Valerie Bertinelli welcomes Colton Underwood, an ex-football player who now runs a nonprofit to benefit people living with cystic fibrosis. He has been traveling the country for his charity, and Valerie is treating him and his girlfriend, Cassie Randolph, to a home-cooked meal with some of her mom's best dishes. She makes Classic Antipasti Green Salad, Mom's Chicken Cacciatore, Garlicky Polenta and, for dessert, Lemon Cake with Lemon Cream Cheese Frosting.
Birthday blunders, including a little girl who wishes her birthday occurred every year; dogs with human hands; a little boy with bubbles coming out of his mouth denies taking a taste of shampoo.
The Promise of Plasma – Until new drugs are found to treat COVID-19, one of the more effective treatments has been plasma therapy. Bill Whitaker reports on how doctors are taking the blood plasma of COVID-19 survivors, and the virus-fighting antibodies in it, to create the life-saving therapy.
Spilling Across the Border – Lesley Stahl reports on raw sewage that is entering Southern California's coastal lands and waters from Tijuana, Mexico, just over the border.
Perseverance – In the most ambitious Mars rover mission yet, NASA hopes to launch Perseverance this summer to find evidence of ancient life on the "Red Planet." Anderson Cooper reports.
In India the coronavirus crisis has deepened tensions between the Hindu majority and Muslim minority. Is prime minister Modi stoking communal tensions even in a national emergency?
Original "Queer Eye" cast members Carson Kressley, Ted Allen, Kyan Douglas, Thom Filicia and Jai Rodriguez face off against Bobby Berk, Jonathan Van Ness, Antoni Porowski, Tan France and Wesley Hamilton of the new series.
As temperatures soar, survivalists try to hunt while being hunted themselves. At Camp Murder Puddle, the group fights off a night attack by aggressive crocodiles. A team in turmoil leads to the first self-banishment of the challenge.
Despite the protestations of those closest to him, Dominick returns to work before fully recovering from his accident. Heavily medicated, Dominick recalls the disturbing incident that lead to Thomas' first hospitalization while counting down the hours to Thomas' hearing with the Hatch review board.
Axe must reckon with his past to secure his future. Chuck plots against Axe with the help of some old associates. Chuck and Wendy both try to move on, but get forced together by an emergency. Wendy and Taylor embark on a new venture.
Layton descends into Snowpiercer's black market with Till, searching for both the killer and a valuable commodity for his revolution. Melanie stages a prize fight to distract the passengers from mounting class tension.
The roles are reversed in boot camp as the celebrity recruits and chefs Anne Burrell and Tyler Florence play the fan-favorite game, Remote-Control Chef. In the game, the recruits instruct their chef on how to make a dish that they cannot see, taste or touch. For the main dish challenge, Anne and Tyler teach the recruits how to make homemade ravioli. The recruits put their own flavor riff on their ravioli, and the bottom two are sent to the blind elimination challenge.
The Iowa State Fair welcomes Noah Cappe with a trio of meaty masterpieces, but it's the Double Dutch Almond Funnel that has everyone jumping with joy. Then Noah hits Florida's Space Coast State Fair, where he's over the moon for offerings like the giant Jupiter Burger, spicy Solar Flare and sweet Space Coast Softball.
Sgt. Pushee leads a multi-agency rescue mission to find a missing kayaker. A specialist is called in to locate a pesky bear roaming a residential area, and a boy is caught riding without a helmet and operating his ATV illegally.
Holdenby House in Northamptonshire was once one of the largest palaces in England and was also a prison for King Charles I in the mid-1600s. Today, it's the home of James and Karen Lowther, who over the years have invested millions on restoring it to its former glory and preserving it for future generations. Julie Montagu, Viscountess Hinchingbrooke visits the 2,000-acre estate and 75-room country house, where she gets a lesson in music, falconry, and how to keep an aging home aesthetically pleasing and profitable.
From acclaimed director Marina Zenovich, LANCE is a fascinating, revealing, comprehensive, chronicle of one of the most inspirational – and then infamous – athletes of all time. Based around extensive interviews and conversations with Lance Armstrong, the two-part, four-hour film tells the story of the cyclist's rise out of Texas as a young superstar cyclist; his harrowing battle with testicular cancer; his recovery and emergence as a global icon with his seven consecutive Tour de France titles; and then his massive fall after he was exposed in one of the largest doping scandals in history.
New discoveries on Santorini, a strange island in the Mediterranean, might offer new clues in the hunt for Atlantis. Using cutting-edge archaeological methods, experts discuss the Minoan eruption as the apocalyptic event that destroyed this long-lost civilization.
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