Chao Nee Ti Mo-Chit is a Thai news and current events program, show on TV Channel 7, produced by Media of Medias Ltd. The program is shown Monday–Friday, from 6.00 until 7.30.
Chithi is a Tamil Television television series produced by Radaan Productions and originally aired on Sun TV from 20 December 1999 to 10 November 2001. It holds the credit of most watched regional Language television program in India ever. Produced by Tamil actress Raadhika Sarathkumar, it starred her as the protagonist in a dual role. Veteran actor Sivakumar played the role of Raadhika's husband.
Jinguuji Kouma is the smart and handsome student council president. His elegant smile captures the hearts of women. Hayakawa Tsubasa is a multi-talented and gentle shop assistant at a café. His cafe latte with owl latte art is very popular with female customers. The two men travel through time to fight their archenemy. The charming "Butlers," as they are called, fight supernatural battles and also experience a slapstick comedic life at their academy.
Iki Tadashi is a military leader named who was captured by the Soviets during World War II. Treated as a war criminal, he was sentenced to many years of labor in a harsh Siberian detention camp. After 11 years of imprisonment, he is released. He returns to Japan and begins readjusting to life as a civilian, rejecting an offer from his former colleague to work on a defense project. Tadashi has decided to never involve himself in war again, much to the joy of his family. Instead, he attempts to set off on a new path working at a major trading company. --Tokyograph
Chitose Get You!! is a Japanese yonkoma manga series written and illustrated by Etsuya Mashima. An anime series by Silver Link began airing in July 1, 2012.
Chitose-chan is a penguin who lives in Kyoto. Getting in touch with people and getting fed delicious food as she curiously walks around Kyoto streets is her favourite thing to do. The story features popular places in Kyoto like Kiyomizu Temple, Ginkaku Temple, and Gion from the Penguin's point of view. This is a short story about a penguin that is nostalgic and warm, curing and relieving the heart.
Chitrahaar is a television program on DD National, most widely watched in the 1970s. The word literally means 'a garland of pictures'. It airs for half an hour every Friday on prime-time where the videos of the latest songs in Hindi film music are televised. It's the longest-running film-based programme in TV history, having started in the 1960s. With the advent of cable TV, the viewership of DD has drastically dropped in urban areas, but it's still popular in the rural regions. Lately, Chitrahaar has started using same language subtitling, where Hindi subtitles of the song's lyrics scroll across the screen. The idea behind SLS is that people who are just learning to read would benefit by reading lyrics of the songs they are listening to and watching. It's an engaging way to promote literacy, especially in villages. This initiative of Doordarshan has been technically supported by Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad. DD started another show called Rangoli that is based on the same film-music theme and has wide rural viewership.
Chitrmala is an Indian-American television show that airs weekly on MHz Networks. The show features Bollywood entertainment with coverage of music videos, live shows, concerts, and interviews with famous actors, actresses, musicians, and directors in the Bollywood industry. Chitrmala also showcases several professional segments where physicians, lawyers, politicians, CPAs, and others give advice to the viewers on a variety of topics through an informative interview format. MHz Networks summarizes Chitrmala as a "South Asian program spotlights celebrity entertainers from Bollywood and around the world. Though primarily produced in English, this hour-long program also features some songs and segments in Hindi". The show is produced in Washington, DC although many episodes feature footage from locations around the globe. Nilima Mehra and Mandira Nandani Mehra are the two hosts of the show. The Executive Producer of Chitrmala is Dr. Rajesh N. Mehra, who is concurrently a practicing family physician in Chantilly, Virginia. Dr. Mehra is also the Executive Producer of Salaam India, which also airs weekly on MHz Networks.
Chittod Ki Rani Padmini Ka Johur was an Indian historical television drama on Sony Entertainment Television, based on the life of Rani Padmini, the famous 14th-century queen of Chittod, Mewar, Rajasthan. The drama premiered on May 25, 2009 with Sony TV's "new look" along with many other shows. The series is produced by National Award winning director, Nitin Chandrakant Desai, who spent millions of rupees to create the "right look" for the drama. The drama was meant to run for 6 months, but ended after 48 episodes due to its exceeding expenses and low TRPs.