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Season 14, Episode 06 -"Tipsy Desserts"
Dessert is good, but for Ina Garten, tipsy desserts are even better. She uses sparkling white wine to add a little zing to Moscato Poached Fruit that can be made in advance. Bourbon is the secret to her decadent Bourbon Honey Cake, and Armagnac brandy is magical in Ina's Plum Clafoutis. A refreshing Campari and Orange Granita takes dessert to a new level, and Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten shows how to make Chocolate Rum Pudding with Candied Violets.
MP4 | AAC VBR | 255MB
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On most days in winter, the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit at Queen's Medical Centre is full. Intensive care is often the last resort for very sick children, a place that can keep them alive while doctors work on making them better.
MKV | AC3 CBR | 781MB
MP4 | AAC VBR | 557MB
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A couple leaves the Big Apple to manage a new hotel in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Conflict arises when their modest budget and one's desire for a place by the beach competes with the other's wish to be closer to his family across town.
MP4 | AAC VBR | 262MB
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Season 07, Episode 00 -"Spring Break Countdown"
Make a splash as we count down Murr, Sal, Q and Joe's most cringeworthy, embarrassing and hilarious moments of fun in the sun. Plus, you'll come away with a dozen totally ridiculous spring break tips to take with you!
MKV | AC3 CBR | 958MB
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CIVILIZATIONS, a new nine-part series presented in partnership with the BBC that tells the story of art from the dawn of human history to the present day -for the first time on a global scale. Inspired by Civilisation, Kenneth Clark's acclaimed landmark 1969 series about Western art, this bold new series from Nutopia broadens the canvas to reveal the role art and the creative imagination have played across multiple cultures and civilizations, introducing a new generation to works of beauty, ingenuity and illumination created across continents. Mary Beard From the landscape scrolls of classical China and the sculpture of the Olmecs to African bronzes, Japanese prints and French Impressionist paintings, CIVILIZATIONS explores the wealth of treasures created through the entirety of the human experience.
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Season 2, Episode 2 -"Beirut"
Once torn apart by civil war, Beirut has bounced back to rebuild its reputation as a cosmopolitan city with a rich artistic heritage and a level of tolerance and cultural freedom rare in the region. Nina and Alastair's journey takes them up into the surrounding mountains by cable car to an astonishing modern Christian cathedral. Nina is welcomed into an 800-year-old mosque that was once a cathedral built by Crusaders. While Nina discovers how a bullet-ridden house has been transformed into an emotionally powerful war memorial, Alastair meets Bernard Khoury, whose visionary buildings are designed to improve the social fabric of Beirut. Alastair also encounters a street artist paying tribute to an actress who united the city in times of trouble, and Nina takes tea with an elderly Armenian couple who reflect on the city's immigrant experience.
MP4 | AAC VBR | 481MB
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