Changes made to "Closer to Truth"
The previous page contained a plethora of marketing / promotional language that wasn't in line with the spirit nor guidelines of Wikipedia, as if someone copied and pasted something straight from their website. As a long-time fan of the show, it deserves more than this. Accordingly, I contacted the producers of the show to acquire factual information which would be helpful to the community and this information is reflected on this page.
Creation of "List of Closer to Truth episodes"
Based on the information provided by the producers of the show, I created a new page outlining all series, seasons and episodes of the show. I hope that this will help anyone looking for information about the program, especially when it comes to topics of interest.
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