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TVO’s summer 2007 highlights

TORONTO, The battle for the heights of global economics, a psycho analysis of modern corporations, a festival of Canadian documentaries and the best debate and discussion on issues that matter most to the citizens of Ontario are all on offer on TVO this summer.

Beginning July 2, 2007 the six-part documentary "Commanding Heights" tells the epic tale of competing economic theories and the revolution of ideas that have shaped our new, interconnected world. The film is one of a number of high-profile documentaries that play off each other to present different views of our social and economic world, including one of Canada’s most popular documentaries ever, "The Corporation," a three-part dissection of large, multi-national companies beginning August 6, 2007 at 8 pm.
"The Corporation" kicks of a month-long festival of Canadian-made documentaries presented by the "View From Here," TVO’s multi-Gemini Award-winning anthology series presenting point-of-view documentaries from a Canadian perspective. The festival airs Monday to Friday August 6 to 31, 2007 and includes films such as "Peanuts," "Black Coffee," and "Free Trade is Killing My Mother."

Beginning June 4, 2007 and running through August 2, "The Agenda with Steve Paikin" some of its best programs over the past season grouped into theme weeks that include Climate Change, National Politics, Communities and Our Changing Culture. "The Agenda with Steve Paikin" airs Monday to Friday at 8 pm and 11 pm.

Also this summer, look for the return "Feast India," a savory eight-part culinary and cultural tour of the South Asian land airing Fridays at 7 pm and 7:30 pm beginning July 13, 2007. And beginning August 25 at 7 pm and 7:30 pm the 10-part reality-based history experiment "Evacuation" takes 12 city kids from London and sends them back in time to see what life was like for children who were sent to live in the countryside during World War 2 to escape Nazi bombs.

And as always, there is a great lineup of films and extraordinary conversations with actors and other film professionals on "Saturday Night at the Movies" and "The Interviews."

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Headline, Industry News

TVO’s summer 2007 highlights

TORONTO, The battle for the heights of global economics, a psycho analysis of modern corporations, a festival of Canadian documentaries and the best debate and discussion on issues that matter most to the citizens of Ontario are all on offer on TVO this summer.

Beginning July 2, 2007 the six-part documentary "Commanding Heights" tells the epic tale of competing economic theories and the revolution of ideas that have shaped our new, interconnected world. The film is one of a number of high-profile documentaries that play off each other to present different views of our social and economic world, including one of Canada’s most popular documentaries ever, "The Corporation," a three-part dissection of large, multi-national companies beginning August 6, 2007 at 8 pm.
"The Corporation" kicks of a month-long festival of Canadian-made documentaries presented by the "View From Here," TVO’s multi-Gemini Award-winning anthology series presenting point-of-view documentaries from a Canadian perspective. The festival airs Monday to Friday August 6 to 31, 2007 and includes films such as "Peanuts," "Black Coffee," and "Free Trade is Killing My Mother."

Beginning June 4, 2007 and running through August 2, "The Agenda with Steve Paikin" some of its best programs over the past season grouped into theme weeks that include Climate Change, National Politics, Communities and Our Changing Culture. "The Agenda with Steve Paikin" airs Monday to Friday at 8 pm and 11 pm.

Also this summer, look for the return "Feast India," a savory eight-part culinary and cultural tour of the South Asian land airing Fridays at 7 pm and 7:30 pm beginning July 13, 2007. And beginning August 25 at 7 pm and 7:30 pm the 10-part reality-based history experiment "Evacuation" takes 12 city kids from London and sends them back in time to see what life was like for children who were sent to live in the countryside during World War 2 to escape Nazi bombs.

And as always, there is a great lineup of films and extraordinary conversations with actors and other film professionals on "Saturday Night at the Movies" and "The Interviews."

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Headline, Industry News

TVO’s summer 2007 highlights

TORONTO, The battle for the heights of global economics, a psycho analysis of modern corporations, a festival of Canadian documentaries and the best debate and discussion on issues that matter most to the citizens of Ontario are all on offer on TVO this summer.

Beginning July 2, 2007 the six-part documentary "Commanding Heights" tells the epic tale of competing economic theories and the revolution of ideas that have shaped our new, interconnected world. The film is one of a number of high-profile documentaries that play off each other to present different views of our social and economic world, including one of Canada’s most popular documentaries ever, "The Corporation," a three-part dissection of large, multi-national companies beginning August 6, 2007 at 8 pm.
"The Corporation" kicks of a month-long festival of Canadian-made documentaries presented by the "View From Here," TVO’s multi-Gemini Award-winning anthology series presenting point-of-view documentaries from a Canadian perspective. The festival airs Monday to Friday August 6 to 31, 2007 and includes films such as "Peanuts," "Black Coffee," and "Free Trade is Killing My Mother."

Beginning June 4, 2007 and running through August 2, "The Agenda with Steve Paikin" some of its best programs over the past season grouped into theme weeks that include Climate Change, National Politics, Communities and Our Changing Culture. "The Agenda with Steve Paikin" airs Monday to Friday at 8 pm and 11 pm.

Also this summer, look for the return "Feast India," a savory eight-part culinary and cultural tour of the South Asian land airing Fridays at 7 pm and 7:30 pm beginning July 13, 2007. And beginning August 25 at 7 pm and 7:30 pm the 10-part reality-based history experiment "Evacuation" takes 12 city kids from London and sends them back in time to see what life was like for children who were sent to live in the countryside during World War 2 to escape Nazi bombs.

And as always, there is a great lineup of films and extraordinary conversations with actors and other film professionals on "Saturday Night at the Movies" and "The Interviews."

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