Doc Zone, CBC – “Sext Up Kids”
The powder keg that is porn culture has exploded in the lives of North American children. The often-devastating consequences are explored in the new film Sext up KIDS, premiering Thursday, February 23, 2012 at 9 pm on CBCâ€™s main network documentary showcase, â€œDoc Zoneâ€. Directed by award winning documentary filmmaker, Maureen Palmer (Leaving Bountiful, How to Divorce & Not Wreck the Kids), Sext up KIDS is produced by Rick LeGuerrier and Timothy M. Hogan of Dream Street Pictures (Canada Russia â€™72, Sticks and Stones).
The Nature of Things, CBC – “Journey to the Disaster Zone”
One year later, as Japan grapples with the aftermath of the triple disasterâ€”earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdownâ€”David Suzuki travels to the country to learn how the people most affected are responding. Featuring dramatic footage of the tsunami never seen outside Japan, Journey to the Disaster Zone: Japan 3/11 airs on CBC-TVâ€™s THE NATURE OF THINGS WITH DAVID SUZUKI, Thursday, Feb. 23 at 8 p.m. (8:30 NT).
The Firm, Global – “Chapter Nine”
Mitch and Ray probe the death of a sergeant’s son when the case becomes a national security matter. Meanwhile, Tammy lands a new job with the hope of breaking new ground in the Sarah Holt case.
Undercover Boss, W Network – Brian Scudamore, founder and CEO of 1-800-GOT- JUNK?
Brian goes undercover as a driver and junk collector, hauling loads of unwanted clutter in the worldâ€™s largest junk removal franchise, 1-800 â€“GOT-JUNK?, which was founded in Vancouver. During the episode, he works alongside Calgary franchise office manager, Dani, who not only runs the day-to- day in the office, but actually gets out there to haul junk when they are short staffed on truck crews.