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Tuesday's TV Highlights: 'POV' on KOCE

July 11, 2011 |  8:00 pm

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This week's TV Movies


Nuon-Chea, left, a former leader of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge, talks with reporter Thet Sambath in a new documentary on “POV,” 10 p.m. on KOCE.


Gordon Ramsay's Great Escape: The celebrity chef learns about Vietnamese cooking in the season premiere of his food-themed travelogue (6 and 9 p.m. BBC America).

Aftermath With William Shatner: The rescue of “Baby Jessica” — the little girl who fell down a backyard well in Texas in 1987 — is revisited (7, 8 and 11 p.m. Biography).

Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmern: Montreal is the next stop for this food-themed travelogue (9 p.m. Travel).

Chopped: The culinary competition returns for another go-round (10 p.m. Food).

How the States Got Their Shapes: This series explores regional accents in its season finale (10 p.m. History).

Love Lust: A new installment of the docu-series probes the paranormal (10 p.m. Sundance).

Covert Affairs: Annie (Piper Perabo) is caught in the act of setting up surveillance cameras on a new episode of the espionage drama (10 p.m. USA).


Humble Beauty: This special surveys art created by homeless people living in downtown L.A.'s skid row (8 p.m. KCET).

Mutant Planet: Evolution's role in shaping life on Earth is explored in this special (8 p.m. Animal Planet).


Lawrence of Arabia: Peter O'Toole stars in director David Lean's epic 1962 historical drama (5 p.m. TCM).

Hellboy: Ron Perlman is as bad as all that in director Guillermo del Toro's 2004 action fantasy (8 p.m. Encore).


Baseball: The American and National League's best players face off in the 2011 MLB All-Star Game in Phoenix (5 p.m. Fox).

Women's basketball: The Sparks visit the San Antonio Silver Stars (5 p.m. FS Prime).

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