Chasing Classic Cars follows master car restorer Wayne Carini as he embarks on a mission to uncover the world's most rare and exotic cars. Get an insider's look at the elite club of car collectors as Wayne buys, restores, and sells vintage rides.
A documentary series about pop and rock albums that are considered the best or most distinctive of a well-known band or musician or that exemplify a stage in the history of music.
Many cruiserweight wrestlers from around the world battle in the 32-man tournament.
Mary Berry has finessed many perennial dishes down to the last crumb. Here she shares savoury secrets
Classic Now is a program that aired on ESPN Classic between August 2005 and March 31, 2006. The show was hosted by Josh Elliott from a studio in New York City rented by K2 Productions. Classic Now mixed interviews with sportswriters and analysts on current sports topics with flashbacks of past sporting events. The show aired at 7 p.m. Eastern time Monday through Friday. This program was not as successful as other talk shows on ESPN networks like Pardon the Interruption, Around the Horn, and Cold Pizza, leading to its cancellation.
Classic ABC is a segment on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation featuring children's favourite classics. Many of the shows were BBC productions or Japanese anime. The List of Shows include:
Almost like driving one...take a glimpse under the hood and inside 5 classic American-made cars from the 1920's to the 1960's.
A series about industrial plant, revealing the social history behind the machines for Channel Four.
Former Maestro competitor and drum and bass pioneer Goldie is invited to compose a piece of music to be performed by the BBC Concert Orchestra in the 2009 Proms season.
Classic Countdown celebrates one of the most loved programs ever produced and broadcast by the ABC, spanning 13 years from 1974-1987, providing the soundtrack to an entire generation of Australians.
Do you love serious classical music? Well, you've come to the wrong place! This is classically funny music as only legendary international entertainer Victor Borge, "the comedian of the keyboard," can perform it. Borge has made generations laugh with his timeless routines and dazzling musicianship. Here, authorized by Borge's family, are six of "The Great Dane's" greatest programs available for the first time in one box set.
My Classic Car is a television show about classic automobiles, hosted by Dennis Gage. It was originally broadcast on TNN, and Speed Channel. MAVtv currently airs the show and Velocity will also air the show starting in 2014. It was produced by MadStache, who also created Popular Hot Rodding Television, Corbin’s Ride On and Texas Hardtails. The host of the show, Dennis Gage, is known for his seemingly boundless enthusiasm, his trademark handlebar moustache and the catchphrase with which he ends every episode, "Honor the timeless classics." The series features major classic automobile shows and collections, usually in the United States but occasionally in other countries, including Canada and the United Kingdom. Some episodes focus on celebrities and prolific car collectors such as talk show host Jay Leno. Every episode also features a segment now sponsored by Autogeek Garage, a source for auto detailing supplies, car wax, car care products, car polishes, auto accessories, polishers, and car detailing tools. Dennis Gage resides in Evansville, Indiana, with his wife. He has three children; two daughters, and a son who may be seen biking with him in the Trippin' On Two Wheels TV travel series.
Famous Classic Tales is a series that airs cartoons from production companies such as Filmation, Rankin-Bass, Ruby-Spears, Air Programs International, Hanna-Barbera, Hanna Barbera Australia, and Southern Star Group. Famous Classic Tales was shown on CBS, and distributed by Kids Klassics Home Video and Storybook World. It had cartoons from API's Family Classic Tales. Featured cartoons included adaptions of classic literature such as Gulliver's Travels, Treasure Island, Black Beauty, Moby-Dick, and many others. The creation of a series of animated features based on classic children's stories was conceived by Jack Thinnes, Media Director at Sive Advertising in Cincinnati, Ohio. The series was created for a Sive client, Kenner Products, and each program was fully sponsored by Kenner on CBS Television Network on Sunday, late afternoon or early evening, during the prime toy selling season before Christmas. The idea to use classic children's books sprang from Thinnes' viewing of a two minute demo of Dickens' A Christmas Carol, which was produced by Walter Hucker's studio, API, of Sydney, Australia. API was purchased later by Hanna-Barbera Studios after Thinnes introduced the owners of the studios to one another. After the series ran on CBS for nearly ten years, it was moved into local syndication by Sive's syndication department. However, their adaptation of A Christmas Carol was such a favorite that it continued to run on the network for fifteen years.
Classic Car Rescue is a British reality television series produced by Blink Films and aired on Channel 5 for six weeks in 2012, as well as on Discovery Networks affiliates in international markets. Each one-hour episode documents the work of Cockney mechanic Bernie Fineman and his Canadian business partner Mario Pacione, as they purchase "shameful rust bucket" classic cars from scrapheaps, wastelands and backyards and restore them to their former glories. Having bought the "bargain wrecks," the pair must then source the parts needed to return the cars to the shiny, desirable motors they once were. At the end of each episode, the cars are appraised by automotive valuer Dylan Miles before being given away in a viewer competition.
Family Classic Tales is an animated literature series that is produced by API. These cartoons were later aired on CBS. This series is similar to Famous Classic Tales.