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  1. The 49th Annual Grammy Awards

    8:00 pm 2/11/2007

    Whether it was Carrie Underwood with an authentic version of Bob Wills' "San Antonio Rose" or Smokey Robinson with his own "Tracks of My Tears," this year's show was even more eager than previous telecasts to embrace the widest spectrum of musical tastes and legends.Read more

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  2. Masterpiece Theatre: Dracula

    8:00 pm 2/11/2007

    Dracula rises anew in this peculiar and superfluous new adaptation of the classic 1897 novel by Bram Stoker that we might call "From Transylvania, With Syphilis."Read more

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  3. Wallis & Edward

    8:00 pm 2/11/2007

    A complex story of star-crossed love (and perhaps bullheadedness) conquering all as well as the stodgy tradition that strangles those inside the monarchy, and this BBC America flick tells the tale with a tantalizing soapy goodness.Read more

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  4. Frontline: News War

    8:00 pm 2/11/2007

    This four-part, must-see "Frontline" special examines the news media as it faces a government that is openly hostile to the newsgathering and reporting process.Read more

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  5. Bridge to Terabithia

    8:00 pm 2/11/2007

    A gently contained live-action feature incorporates the novel's magical and emotional elements without overplaying either -- a balance that hasn't always proven easy to maintain in the world of kid-lit adaptation.Read more

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  6. Nora Roberts' Blue Smoke

    8:00 pm 2/11/2007

    Alicia Witt plays a young arson investigator who saw her family's pizzaria go up in smoke when she was a child. She has been hunting arsonists ever since, and now discovers that an arsonist is hunting her.Read more

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  7. Ryan Eslinger, filmmaker

    4:00 am 2/11/2007

    Eslinger drew good notices with his first film, the stark black-and-white drama "Madness and Genius," which screened in the Toronto Film Festival Discovery section in 2003. Good enough for him to attract Sharon Stone to board his second picture, "When a Man Falls in the Forest," which unspools in competition in Berlin.Read more

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  8. Dialogue: Richard Eyre

    4:00 am 2/11/2007

    Richard Eyre, a knight of the realm, is one of the leading lights in British theater and also has helmed several movies. The list of actors who have fallen under his direction reads like a who's who of acting and he loves both the discipline of theater and film.Read more

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  9. Dialogue: Li Yu

    4:00 am 2/11/2007

    Li Yu has just emerged from an ordeal worthy of Alice in Wonderland. One of China's few up-and-coming women filmmakers, Li's says her third movie, "Lost in Beijing," tells the story of two families, one rich and one poor, thrust together in harsh circumstances in China's booming capital.Read more

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  10. Dialogue: Ryan Eslinger

    4:00 am 2/11/2007

    Eslinger drew good notices with his first film, the stark black-and-white drama "Madness and Genius," which screened in the Toronto Film Festival Discovery section in 2003. Good enough for him to attract Sharon Stone to board his second picture, "When a Man Falls in the Forest," which unspools in competition in Berlin.Read more

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