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Good-bye Pulau Tiga, hello Australian outback! And you if you don't know what that means, you might have spent the last year stranded on Temptation Island - not that it's a horrible place to be! Reality shows are popping up all over the tube, while we tune in, in record numbers. Is it a flash in the pan or is reality TV here to stay? You be the critic. Call in on Tuesday, when guest host Karen Horsman is joined by TV critics Antonia Zerbisias of the Toronto Star and John Doyle of the Globe and Mail.
Jan 30, 2001
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