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Revolves around three thirty-something friends living in San Francisco, who are exploring the exciting, and sometimes overwhelming, options available to a new generation of gay men. Patrick is a 29-year-old video game designer, aspiring artist Agustín, 31, questions the idea of monogamy, and the group's oldest member, longtime waiter Dom, 39, is facing middle age with dreams still unfulfilled.

Weaves together the uplifting true stories of individuals who have overcome devastating obstacles, unselfishly given to the community, and embraced their inner superhero because of their love of Batman.

In 1943, Noor Inayat Khan was recruited as a covert operative into Winston Churchill's Special Operations Executive. With an American mother and Indian Muslim father, she was an extremely unusual British agent. After her network collapsed, Khan became the only surviving radio operator linking the British to the French Resistance in Paris, coordinating the airdrop of weapons and agents, and the rescue of downed Allied fliers.

Follow Pete Evans, Australia's top celebrity chef, on a culinary journey across America as he teams up with the country's most innovative chefs to source the finest regional ingredients and create a multicourse feast for friends.

Dublin through the ages presents an overview of the city's must-see historical and cultural destinations. Discover the most famous pubs in Dublin, including the Brazen Head (Ireland's oldest) and the Gravity Bar in the top of the Guinness Storehouse. And see the structures that represent the political unrest that plagued Dublin and Ireland throughout history, including Dublin Castle, the Custom House, the General Post Office, the Georgian townhouses and more!

In a unique series of DVDs, viewers get over 10 hours of Buck Brannaman doing what he does best: teaching us to do better by our horses, so we can ultimately do better by ourselves, our families, our communities and our world. The discs include instructional clinic footage and interviewers collected during the making of the documentary "Buck".

As a boy, filmmaker James Cameron dreamed of a journey to the deepest part of the ocean. This film is the dramatic fulfillment of that dream. It chronicles Cameron's solo dive to the depths of the Mariana Trench and nearly seven miles beneath the ocean's surface piloting a submersible he designed himself. The risks were astounding. The footage is breathtaking. A celebration of science, courage, and extraordinary human aspiration.

This episode of the PBS series Craft in America looks at the relationship between craft and the military, and profiles five practicing artisans who either were veterans or whose work honors them. Artisans covered in the program are: Ehren Tool, Gulf War veteran, who makes clay cups that draw attention to the realities of war and its consequences; Judas Recendez, Iraq War veteran who practiced ceramics at the Army Arts and Crafts Center and went on to get a BA in Fine Arts at the Corcoran College of Art + Design; Peter Voulkos, celebrated ceramic artist, who served in World War II, and earned his art degree through the G.I. Bill; Pam DeLuco, who created a book that presents the experiences of women veterans; Eugene Burks, Jr., a member of "the Old Guard", the Army's oldest active duty regiment, who makes leather horse tack for the caissons that transport the remains of fallen soldiers to Arlington National Cemetery.

Paul is a therapist who exhibits great insight and confidence when treating his patients. But Paul suffers crippling insecurities and is counseled by his own therapist, Gina. Adding to his list of growing concerns, his wife, Kate, who is overcome with feelings of neglect and resents competing for his attention. Paul's patients undergoing treatment include: a young doctor who is in love with Paul; a Navy pilot who is reevaluating his life after a failed mission in Iraq; a teenage gymnast with suicidal tendencies; and a passionate couple who are troubled in all other areas of their lives.

In a unique series of DVDs, viewers get over 10 hours of Buck Brannaman doing what he does best: teaching us to do better by our horses, so we can ultimately do better by ourselves, our families, our communities and our world. The discs include instructional clinic footage and interviewers collected during the making of the documentary "Buck".

It takes us on a journey from the world of Silicon Valley to the bedrooms of British teenagers in order to ask an important question: What exactly is the internet doing to our children? This revealing documentary examines how children are adapting to the technological world we live in, and how free and open connectivity can have alienating and addictive side-effects, especially on the youngest minds using it.

Chronicles the life of gangster Al Capone, highlighting the contradictions that formed his character. Features commentary by a Capone biographer, Capone's great niece, a retired Chicago police detective, and a television writer. Also discussed is Capone's legacy as a prominent figure in American popular culture.

Looking for a workout system to obliterate fat, combat aches and pains, and build ripped, rock-hard muscle? Enter center ring and join WWE champion and Superstar legend Triple H for a total-body challenge that will change your life. Created by world-renowned strength coach Joe DeFranco, this powerful system includes upper-body, lower-body, cardio, and mobility workouts, as well as a four-week calendar, to maximize strength, endurance, flexibility, and function with raw, no-nonsense exercises.

A documentary film about Alejandro Jodorowsky's attempt to make a film adaptation of Frank Herbert's 1965 science fiction novel, Dune, starring Jodorowsky's own 12-year-old son, as well as Orson Welles, Mick Jagger, David Carradine and Salvador Dali with music by Pink Floyd; film includes interviews with Jodorowsky and others.

Jay Harding travels across Northern France and Belgium, visiting key World War I locations on the Western front.

Facing drastic budget cuts, the Philadelphia School District did the unthinkable. It shuttered Germantown High School and sent its students to archrival Martin Luther King, leaving a first-time head coach and a new principal to unite bitter adversaries. An intimate and unflinching snapshot of urban America's education crisis and a celebration of the power of sports to bring young people, neighborhoods, and a city together.

Join WWE mogul and mother of three Stephanie McMahon for a complete workout system with a four-week calendar designed to transform and strengthen the upper and lower body, chisel the abs, and shed fat.

The second inspirational documentary in the higly successful franchise. This reconnects Joe with his followers from the first film to catch viewers up on how the impact of juicing has changed their lives. With help from friends, family and the medical communit, he not only shows viewers were he is now, but also continues to educate viewers about the critical role that family and community support play in maintaining this healthy lifestyle.

Join Brianna Barnes as she explores the pristine beauty, rich history, and fascinating people of Switzerland.

Civil rights attorney Thurgood Marshall's triumph in the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court decision to desegregate America's public schools completed the final leg of a journey of over 20 years laying the groundwork to end legal segregation. He won more Supreme Court cases than any lawyer in American history, making the work of civil rights pioneers like the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rosa Parks possible.

A safe, gentle, Applied Functional Science workout that is perfect for beginners or those that have not been exercising regularly. All of the exercises are done either standing or sitting on a chair, no lying down on the floor.

This documentary examines the personal journey of Mariel Hemingway, the granddaughter of writer Ernest Hemingway, as she strives for a deeper understanding of the suicide and mental iillness that have afflicted so many of her family members. Intimate verité footage and raw, emotional interviews with Mariel and her daughter are interwoven with rarely seen archival footage of the three Hemingway sisters and their parents.

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