ION Life | Schedule

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A flight instructor wants to get feminine for a launch event.


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An up-and-coming golfer wants a signature look for the links.


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Location: Seattle Style Agent William helps a mother go from frazzled to fabulous in time to renew her wedding vows. Location: Washington, DC Up Next: Style Agent Mary Alice targets Vanessa, a hard-working waitress, and takes her from working class girl to modern day princess just before her boyfriend surprised her with a marriage proposal. You won't want to miss today's edition of Ambush Makeover!


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Location: Las Vegas Today on Ambush Makeover, Style Agent Nancy transforms a bride-to-be from drab to fab for her wedding at the Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas!


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Can Anna and Kristina recreate an authentic tropical taste in their kitchen, thousands of miles away from the island? Today's Jamaican judge won't stand for anything but the real Caribbean deal.


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Chef Michael undergoes a personal fitness and nutritional assessment at the revitalizing Mountain Trek Spa in Southeast British Columbia. We study the practice of "personal improvement through exercise, meditation, nutrition, and massage.


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Michael takes son Gabe on his first camping trip - in his own backyard! He prepares fun and easy meals ready to be fired up on the grill. Camping favourites include fresh salmon with an Asian flavour base wrapped in foil, roast potato salad, vegetable kebabs and of course, a camping must - homemade marshmallow smores.


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Enjoy the highlights of some of Rocco DiSpirito's best dishes from this season of Now Eat This! See how Rocco's healthy, delicious recipes transform each family's approach to food and cooking.


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Pina is a fashionista with a hectic schedule and is the self-titled queen of frozen food. If it can't be ready in 10 minutes, she doesn't bother. It's going to be a challenge turning Pina from useless in the kitchen to fearless in the kitchen, but Christine is up for it. She helps Pina get hands-on in the kitchen at a cheese factory and then puts her to work at a panini grilling station at a wedding. Finally, Pina must cook and serve a stylish meal for her picky parents.


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Finnish Grandmother Anja Karpinnen dares David to eat the eye of the Salmon. David dares Anja back. It's pretty funny.


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It's been raining for days and Michael wants to chase the blues away. He decides to make a comfort meal of simply spiced roast chicken and garlic steamed broccoli. A smooth vermouth sauce tops off the homemade mashed potatoes with brown butter, completing this cosy family meal.


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Michael has been travelling on business and looks forward to reconnecting with his family and his own kitchen. Inspired by a duck entrée he had earlier in the week, Michael creates a simple, flavourable pan-seared duck breast by marinating it with thyme, mustard and soya sauce. Bibb lettuce with a goat cheese vinaigrette and gnocchi with sweet baby peas complete this reunion meal.


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Starting with fresh halibut and haddock, and a little East Coast inspiration, Michael devises a Mediterranean-style fish stew with the addition of fennel and tomato. He finishes it off with a tangy orange and garlic garnish. A French loaf with anchovy butter and a little zest of lemon perfects the meal.


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After a long day of errands and chores, Michael opts to make a quick and easy meal. A tasty three-meat sauce that includes beef, pork and veal turns good old spaghetti into an original feast of flavour. The meat sauce is rounded off with a few slices of pancetta and finely chopped vegetables. Roasted garlic bread and a salad of romaine lettuce with croutons and Italian dressing complete this scrumptious dinner.


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Michael serves up a rich and zesty pizza that appeals to both adults and kids. He starts off with a good tomato sauce base that includes essential ingredients like onion, garlic, tomatoes, tomato paste and of course, oregano. This is a great party meal. Guests can personalize their pizzas from a selection of toppings. Panzerotti and twisty bread with dipping sauce round out this simple but delicious party hit.


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Michael believes cooking is like life. You don't need to have it all figured out in advance, just follow your adventurous spirit and see where it leads you. Using chicken thighs and two or three different types of mushrooms, Michael creates an impromptu chicken and mushroom stew. Mashed potatoes, carrot sticks and sautéed asparagus complement this meal.


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With summer fast approaching the Smith family is busy with their annual spring-clean, and the refrigerator is no exception. Michael decides to use up all his ingredients to prepare one of the last hearty meals of the season, a beef stew with aromatic vegetables and potatoes. Homemade whole-wheat cheddar biscuits are the perfect accompaniment.


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Michael receives a postcard from a friend in Thailand, inspiring him to explore Thai flavours at home. Building flavour in three simple steps and using readily available ingredients from his refrigerator and pantry, Michael creates his favourite Thai noodle dish, with a cucumber salad, steamed Asian greens with spicy peanut sauce, and a pineapple salad for dessert.


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Loza Stavroff makes two different flaky Banitsas, and teaches David to dance a Horo.


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Columbus called this island "the Great Jewel of the Caribbean", Rudolfa Hood cooks traditional island favorites from the island of Nevis.


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Zorka Jovancevic and David make cabbage rolls and Coffee Cake.


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Hyun-Joo Cho practices spiritual self-healing through her cooking. Cold vegetarian salads and some warm apple wontons are for dinner.


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Regine Frankel tells riveting tales of surviving World War 2 as a Jew in France.


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Heidi Kuhner and David get along famously until "the Incident". David finally convinces her to make her delicious Swiss Fondue. Also, Linzertorte!


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Estonian grandmother and former Olympic judge Evelyn Koop teaches David how to roll "Rouladen" and organize an international competition at the same time.


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Luzia Nunes left her home in the Azores to teach David how to cook authentic Portuguese-style fish stew and reveals why she's called "Crazy Luzia".


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This episode we explore the tastes, fashions, and styles of several international destinations!


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This episode is about water and its fascinating appeal and the impact it has on our lives!


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This episode is about traveling and the discoveries that await the adventurous soul!


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On this episode of At Home With Didiayer, we explores the ways in which the beauty of nature can be incorporated into our everyday lives!


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On this episode of At Home With Didiayer, we examine the value of global conservations surrounding energy!


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In this episode, Didiayer explores everything from tiny homes to small steps you can take to achieve big changes in your life!


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On this episode of At Home With Didiayer, our host travels to an organic farm to learn why buying organic produce is more important than ever.


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On this episode of At Home With Didiayer, our host Didiayer steps into the cooler side of life as she explores the many uses of ice!


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How to tell if your dating "the one, saving big bucks on wedding costs, why dogs tilt their heads and how to tell if you're addicted binge TV watching.


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Using corn mazes to grow brain cells, the differences between helicopter and lawnmower parents and what causes "forgotten sibling syndrome?


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A breed on the border of extinction gets a helping hand to extend their ˜leash' on life. #saveusplease Have you heard of the Dandie Dinmont Terrier? No? Join the club, not many people have. The Dandie is listed as an endangered purebred breed and only 300 puppies are born each year. While that is still a precarious position for the Dandie, they would have long ago been extinct had it not been for Mike Macbeth. Mike regularly makes semen runs for other breeders around the world to expand the lines and pedigrees. But that selection process, as well as deciding who she will sell pups to, is a bit like going for a high-level government security job “ there's a background check, an intense interview and binding contracts going back and forth. Mike can't afford any missteps when it comes to breeding these dogs “ literally, their survival depends on it.