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Get to Know Your Planet With the National Geographic Channel

With over a century at the forefront of efforts to document and explore the world that surrounds us, the name National Geographic rings a bell in the ears and minds of all who hear it, from school kids to teachers to housewives to businessmen. With as hefty a reputation as an organization like this brings to the table, it’s not surprising to learn that their venture into the world of TV has been a resounding success.

Cutthroat-Cooking on Iron Chef

Welcome to the most competitive kitchen arena in the world. Iron Chef is a spectacularly competitive cooking program available on cable and satellite TV where some of the finest contemporary chefs show off their skills in a heated showdown. Hosted in Japan and originally produced by FujiTV, the shows incredible success with viewers has opened it up to international audiences in recent years, with a long and proud history in Japanese television. The show has been so successful that it has spawned an American offspring, Iron Chef America, hosted here in the US (but still attracting the same quality of of local and international chefs).

The Brave One

[voiceover, doing her radio show] I’m Erica Bain. And as *you* know, I walk the city. I bitch and moan about it. I walk and watch and listen, a witness to all the beauty and ugliness that is disappearing from our beloved city. Last week took me to the gray depths of the East River where Dmitri Panchenko swims his morning laps…

Grassroots Efforts Help Build Awareness and Momentum of a Movie Script

Screenwriter and her sisters take matters in their own hands to get grassroots efforts to support quality, African-American family film. The Lemon Tea script has received much acclaim for its funny, sometimes sad, heartwarming family story, with a message that transcends age, race or gender. In brief, the story surrounds the main character, Libby who is ashamed of her dark skin, but soon discovers that beauty comes in a myriad of shades, and furthermore, the beauty that lasts forever comes from the heart. The sisters are finding there are many who are willing to support their efforts.

Ninja Turtle Nostalgia

When I was about 8 years old I wanted to be a Ninja Turtle more than anything else in the world. Unlike other prospective professions, there was no real preparation anyone could give me to be a Ninja Turtle. I watched the cartoons carefully to see how the Ninja Turtles became who they were. In piecing together what I could from the disjointed cartoon and the comic book, I learned that toxic ooze was the reason the Ninja Turtles came to be. Toxic ooze? No problem for an 8 year old! So the quest began…

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