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Rogers Media Television Specialty Rundown Monday, April 25 – Sunday, May 1

Rogers Media Television Specialty Rundown
Monday, April 25 – Sunday, May 1
(TorontoApril 21, 2011) Tune in to OLN, G4 and The Biography Channel for the thrills, laughter and reality putting the special in specialties. See below for the rundown of NEW episodes airing this week.
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Destination Truth: Thursday, April 28 at 8pm ET/PT
Josh Gates and his team travel to the East African country of Kenya, where a massive volcanic crater is rumoured to be haunted by 60,000 warriors, killed there during a bloody civil war in the 1800s. Battle cries, shadows, and strange noises are all reported to emanate from the center of what's called the Menengai Crater. Then, Josh and the team visit Madagascar, in search of the small but dangerous creature, the Kalanoro.  Stories of the mischievous Kalanoro date back 2,000 years, but recent sightings imply the dangerous, two-foot tall, humanoid monster may be back. Find out what Josh and his team of experts find in this all new episode.
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Mantracker:  Sunday, May 1 at 9pm ET/PT
Over the hill came a great big noise … Who could it be but the Blinkhorn boys!  Thick-as-thieves brothers Wes and Jamie are football teammates, avid hunters and outdoorsmen. But will this be enough to find the finish point and beat Mantracker at his own game?  Sidekick Scott Cox teams up with Mantracker in the ragged, rugged terrain of Colorado’s LostCanyon.
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Electric Playground Daily: Monday, April 25 to Friday, April 29 at 6:30pm ET/PT
It’s “Coming Soon” week on EP Daily and the team will be visiting both movie sets and game studios to bring viewers the latest updates and behind the scene looks at upcoming movies and video games. Set and studio visits include: Wrong Turn 4 in Manitoba, Clockwork Girl at an animation studio in Vancouver, Hamill in Rochester, New York and several upcoming videogames from Sony Computer Entertainment, including Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception.
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The Biography Channel
Diana: The True Story:Monday, April 25 at 12pm ET/PT
Dubbed the 'Fairy-Tale Princess’, Diana proved a lonely and sad life as the insecurities she felt as a child were consolidated by her hollow marriage to Prince Charles. Family and friends provide an insight into how Diana filled the void in her emotional life with her children and the charitable causes she chose to support.

Princess Anne Biography:Tuesday, April 26 at 12pm ET/PT
British Princess Royal, the only daughter of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, born in London, UK. Princess Anne was previously married to Lieutenant Mark Phillips, but later divorced in 1992 with two children: Peter Mark Andrew and Zara Anne Elizabeth. She later married Timothy Laurence in 1992. An accomplished horsewoman, she has ridden in the British Equestrian Team, and was European cross-country champion in 1972. She is a keen supporter of charities and overseas relief work; as president of Save the Children Fund, a member of the International Olympic Committee and president of the British Olympic Association.
Prince Harry Biography:Wednesday, April 27 at 12pm ET/PT
Prince Harry is third in line to the British throne. As the younger son of Charles, Prince of Wales and the late Diana, Princess of Wales, the fun loving Prince enjoys the kind of freedom his elder brother (and future King) William, can only dream of. Harry was just 8 when his parents separated and 12 when his mother was killed in a tragic car crash. The world will never forget his one mile walk behind Diana's coffin on the day of her final journey. Educated at Eton and trained at Sandhurst, Harry's credentials as a member of the Royal House of Windsor are impeccable. But, at just 17, the young Prince hit the headlines when he admitted to underage drinking and experimenting with marijuana; it was the kind of bad press that has cast a shadow over Britain's third in line to the throne. Today, Harry divides his time between the Army and various charitable works.
Prince Charles Biography:Thursday, April 28 at 12pm ET/PT
Prince Charles, son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, ascended the royal hierarchy at an early age. His mother became queen when he was only three after the death of his grandfather King George VI. As her oldest child, Charles became the heir apparent to the British throne and received the title of Duke of Cornwall. As a public figure, Charles came off to many as intelligent, aloof, and a bit awkward. He was used to having every move he made scrutinized by the press, but even he could not have been imagined what a sensation his relationship with Lady Diana Spencer would cause. They were married in 1981.Unfortunately; their common love for their children was not enough to hold the fairy tale marriage together. The couple officially separated in 1992 and divorced in 1996. After years of quietly maintaining their relationship, Charles married Camilla Parker Bowles in 2005. She then became the Duchess of Cornwall.

Kate Middleton Biography:Friday, April 29 at 12pm ET/PT
Get to know the future Princess in this Canadian television premiere. Although she's set to marry
England's Prince William in the wedding of the century, Kate Middleton is an unlikely choice for a royal bride since a commoner hasn't married an heir to the throne for 350 years. But while she may lack royal blood, she has another advantage -- a family history of ambition and determination that has propelled the Middleton’s from the depths of a British coal mine to WindsorCastle. We look at how Kate's drive has helped her to survive paparazzi hounding, nasty media nicknames, and a humiliating public break-up.
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OLN is a specialty television station in Canada offering viewers a one-stop destination for adrenaline pumping action and adventure entertainment. Larger than life personalities take viewers on intense and rugged journeys across Canada and the world in pursuit of knowledge, competition and prey. Original Canadian reality, adventure, and travel series along with US acquired programming provides viewers with different perspectives on the world around them unearthing new and exhilarating adventures at every turn. OLN is a part of Rogers Broadcasting Limited, a division of Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX: RCI and NYSE: RCI) which is a diversified Canadian communications and media company. For more information visit
G4 is a digital television station in Canada that connects young adults to the latest in entertainment, gaming, pop culture and technology. It's the ultimate destination for animated and live action comedy series as well as access to behind-the-scenes previews and reviews of leading edge events and trends. Owned by Rogers Broadcasting Limited, a division of Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX: RCI and NYSE: RCI) which is a diversified Canadian communications and media company, G4 is available by subscription on digital cable and satellite. For more information about G4 visit
The Biography Channel is a specialty television station in Canada that showcases real people, real drama, 24-hours a day. Offering an entertaining mix of biographies, reality series, documentaries and films; giving viewers behind-the-scenes and up close and personal access to today’s hottest celebrities, movers and shakers and pop culture icons. Available to digital cable and satellite customers, The Biography Channel in Canada is owned by Rogers Broadcasting Limited, a division of Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX: RCI and NYSE: RCI) which is a diversified Canadian communications and media company. For more information
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Meghan Hardy, Rogers Media Television, 416.764.3197,  
Veronica Logue, Rogers Media Television, 416.764.3195,

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