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The Taste

Culinary competitors compete to impress a panel of esteemed judges, including Anthony Bourdain and Nigella Lawson, in this season premiere. Four culinary superstars coach teams of four in the hopes of creating the best flavours, which will later be evaluated in a "blind spoon" challenge. ABC, 7 p.m.

The Nature of Things

Evolutionary biologist Hendrik Poinar leads the charge to unlock the secrets of the Black Death, a disease that wiped out half the population of Europe in the 14th century. Scientists believe it could be the key to fighting some infectious diseases. CBC, 7 p.m.

The Assets

This new episode entitled Trip to Vienna continues the mini-series based on the real-life experiences of CIA counter-intelligence officer Sandy Grimes (Jodie Whittaker). Set in the 1980s, the program explores the final showdown of the Cold War. ABC 9 p.m.

Talk shows

David Letterman: Brian Williams, Roseanne Cash

Jay Leno: Mark Harmon, Kristin Chenoweth

Jimmy Kimmel: Chris Pine, Kevin O'Leary

Craig Ferguson: Kenneth Branagh, Christian Finnegan

Jimmy Fallon: Drake, Ana Gasteyer

Jon Stewart: Steven Brill

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 16, 2014 B4

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