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S35 Ep15: The Fish on My Plate

“What fish should I eat that’s good for me and good for the planet?” Bestselling author and lifelong fisherman Paul Greenberg sets out to answer that question in “The Fish on My Plate." As part of his quest to investigate the health of the ocean — and his own — Greenberg spends a year eating seafood at breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • S35 Ep14: Life on Parole
  • S35 Ep10: American Patriot
  • S35 Ep12: Poverty, Politics and Profit
  • S35 Ep11: Second Chance Kids
  • S35 Ep13: Bannon's War
  • S35 Ep15: The Fish on My Plate
  • S35 Ep19: Last Days of Solitary
  • S34 Ep16: Iraq Uncovered
  • S35 Ep9: Out of Gitmo/Forever Prison
  • Betting on Trump: Jobs
  • Betting on Trump: Water
  • S35 Ep8: Battle for Iraq/Hunting ISIS
  • S35 Ep7: Trump's Road to the White House
  • S35 Ep6: Divided States of America (Part 2)
  • S35 Ep5: Divided States of America (Part 1)
  • S35 Ep4: President Trump
  • S34 Ep14: Exodus
  • S35 Ep2: Confronting ISIS
  • S35 Ep1: The Choice 2016
  • S34 Ep13: A Subprime Education
  • Mosquito Hunter
  • S34 Ep12: Policing the Police
  • S34 Ep11: Business of Disaster
  • S34 Ep10: The Secret History of ISIS

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