An intimate look into the personal lives of pop music's greatest and most influential artists.
Gordon sets up a business behind bars, attempting to get prisoners working and paying something back into the system. But training up a group of prisoners won't be easy...
The Man Behind the Badge is the title of a half-hour American television police drama series which aired on the CBS from 1953-1955 starring and hosted by character actor Charles Bickford. Years later, Bickford appeared as one of the owners of Shiloh Ranch in the NBC western series, The Vrginian. In its first season, The Man Behind the Badge aired on Sundays at 9:30 p.m. EST opposite ABC's Jukebox Jury.
To be trapped behind enemy lines is every soldier’s worst nightmare: a situation they all train for, few experience, and even fewer survive. No Man Left Behind dramatizes the stories of real-life war-heroes whose contribution to the war effort becomes a pure battle for survival against all odds.
In 2008, 13-year-old Aarushi Talwar, and her family's servant, Hemraj Banjade, were found dead in their home in Noida, India. More than a decade later, the case remains unsolved.
Behind Closed Doors is an American drama series set during the Cold War hosted by and occasionally starring Bruce Gordon in the role of Commander Matson. The series, which aired on NBC from October 2, 1958, to April 9, 1959, focuses, among other themes, on how the former Soviet Union stole American missile secrets and proposes steps to prevent further espionage. Behind Closed Doors is based on the files and experiences of Rear Admiral Ellis M. Zacharias, who offers comments at the end of each segment. Behind Closed Doors, a Screen Gems production, replaced Jackie Cooper's sitcom The People's Choice, followed the NBC quiz show, Twenty-One, and preceded the The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show. Its competition was The Pat Boone Chevy Show on ABC and Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theater western anthology series on CBS.
Joanna Gaines gives the full story behind bringing details and designs together for her season 5 Fixer Upper clients. She unveils surprises viewers didn't see in the original episodes, and gives a peek at never-before-seen rooms.
The Force: Behind the Line is an Australian documentary television series about the Western Australia Police, hosted by Simon Reeve and aired nationally on the Seven Network from 22 August 2006. Similarly to Border Security: Australia's Front Line and the American Cops series, each episode intermixes three or four investigations per episode.
Behind Mansion Walls is an American documentary television series on Investigation Discovery that debuted June 6, 2011. The series, hosted by Christopher Mason, tells the stories of crime and investigation that are unveiled in wealthy families and relationships, with conspiracies, hidden accounts, false identities and secret affairs. It tells stories of murder and mystery on a grand scale. The victims and individuals involved in cases come from upscale levels of society, from oil tycoons to real estate moguls.
Behind the News is a long-running news program broadcast on Australia's ABC1 made in Adelaide and aimed at school-aged children. BtN is aimed at upper primary and lower secondary students with the goal of helping them understand current issues and events in their world. Behind the News explores major news events using the language, music and popular culture of young people. The program explains the concepts that underpin the issues and events, while also providing background information that puts current affairs into context. Behind the News also covers kids' issues often overlooked by mainstream news, and makes use of online resources including streaming video of BtN stories, study materials for teachers and additional information and activities for students. BtN explains news items in a fun, simplistic way that is easy to understand. In 2004 Behind the News was temporarily axed due to Government budget cuts but returned to air in 2005. While BtN was the first and original program of this nature, a similar program on Network Ten, ttn, debuted in the year BtN did not air. ttn itself was axed at the end of 2008. Some schools let students watch BtN on a regular basis in hope that it will give them an insight into politics, current affairs, sport and various other topics.
Behind the Bash is a show hosted by Giada De Laurentiis that aired on Food Network. The show focuses on what it takes to create the"over-the-top, high-rolling parties from glitzy Las Vegas to New York City." The show was produced by Atlas Media Corp.
"Behind The Mask” is a comedic docu-series that dives into the colorful, unusual world of sports mascots through the eyes of four mascots: high school, college, semiprofessional, and NBA pro
Behind the Glass was a "widely popular" Russian copy of the reality TV show Big Brother, first aired in 2001 by television station TV-6. Behind the Glass was the first television reality show in Russia, where six men and women between the ages of 21 and 24 living together in a glass apartment, filmed by 26 cameras. One way mirrors allowed pedestrians to see into the bedroom, living room and bathroom. Security guards protected the glass. Fans were charged 20 roubles to look in on the show. Former NTV producer Grigory Luibomirov, producer and director of the show, created the reality series.