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The Masters

Thursday, April 11,

at 2 p.m., TSN

Enjoy extended coverage as players compete for the coveted green jacket at The Masters. Modern-day golf legends such as Phil Mickelson, Jim Furyk and Tiger Woods have been invited to this year's tournament, which is held at Augusta National Golf Club.

Dragons' Den

Sunday, April 14,

at 8 p.m., CBC

In a special season-finale episode titled The Year of the Dragon, viewers are given a close-up look at the Dragons' lives outside the den. Cameras follow the five business tycoons as they travel the world and manage their massive empires.

Wonder Women! The Untold Story

of American

Superheroines

Monday, April 15,

at 9 p.m., PBS

This fascinating Independent Lens documentary traces the history of comicdom's first female hero, Wonder Woman, and explores how pop-culture representations of super women reflect American attitudes. Lynda Carter (TV's Wonder Woman) and Lindsay Wagner (The Bionic Woman) offer their perspectives.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 11, 2013 A1

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