Stuart Pritchard is an awkward, overly-confident Englishman trying to date in Los Angeles – where he repeatedly attempts to infiltrate the world of beautiful people.
Hello, Larry is an American sitcom which aired on NBC from January 26, 1979 to April 30, 1980.
The Adventures of Hello Kitty and Friends is a 3D CGI animated series featuring Hello Kitty and other characters from the Japanese company Sanrio. It was produced from 2006 onwards by Sanrio Digital and Dream Cortex distributed by Televisa. It consists of 52 episodes and deals with themes of happiness, family and friendship. It is intended for children between the ages of three to ten to watch with their family and friends.
Hello Cheeky was a series broadcast on BBC Radio 2 between 1973 and 1979. It was written and performed by Tim Brooke-Taylor, Barry Cryer, and John Junkin, with music by the Denis King Trio, and produced by David Hatch, Richard Willcox, and Bob Oliver Rogers. There were also three Christmas specials: Hello Cheeky, Hello Christmas in 1973, Hello Christmas in 1974 and the pantomime-style Cheeky Whittington and his Magic Ballpoint in 1976. Regular segments included the quickfire "meanwhile"s, "would you believe it?"s, "home hints for the handyman", phone calls, news flashes and comic songs. The final sketch frequently featured a comic amalgam of three ostensibly serious broadcasts. Hello Cheeky quickly gained a reputation of containing absolutely terrible jokes and puns. Two random examples of jokes are, "I once spent an evening with twelve Benedictines. What happened? I drank them all and fell over" and, "Enoch Powell sent me a draught board for Christmas. Trouble is, all the squares are white." On 6 April 1975, "The Least Worst of Hello Cheeky" was recorded before a live audience in the Paris Studio. It was produced by Bob Rogers. From the two hour show, 45 minutes was released on vinyl. Two 30 minute shows containing material from this recording session were broadcast on 25 January and 1 February 1976.
Witness touching stories from people in Canada's busiest airport - stories of romantic love and family reunions, journeys sparked by joy and grief. We share the thrill of anticipation, waiting for that familiar face to emerge through the doors and bittersweet moments as others embark on their journey and say their goodbyes.
The story is about a bright and innocent 27 years old guy with an IQ of 65. Because of his issues he is neglected by society and frowned upon, but he tries to be optimistic and not let it bother him. Seo Eun Hye, a fumbling swindler running from the cops and who only believes money can bring her happiness, and love will bring more sadness then it's worth. One day she meets this boy and hey completely changes her outlook on life.
In Hello Birdy the inimitable Australian actor William McInnes gets up close and personal with some of Australia's diverse birdlife like never before. Have you ever seen a birdwatcher in a malleefowl suit or a giant yellow codpiece? Or someone using the mythical rubber red-bellied black snake to scare off a brush turkey? Have you ever wondered what to say to a horny male emu while brandishing an artificial cloaca (bird's reproductive organ)? No, well, William doesn't have much idea either, and the results are hilarious!
Hello Kitty and other Sanrio characters star in adaptations of various fairy tales from all over the world.
Hello Baby is a South Korean reality show where celebrities experience parenthood by raising children ages 5 and under. The main purpose is to see whether or not the celebrities make "good" parents. List of seasons: ⁕1st: Girls' Generation's Hello Baby ⁕2nd: Shinee's Hello Baby ⁕3rd: T-ara's Hello Baby ⁕4th: Sistar & LeeTeuk's Hello Baby ⁕5th: MBLAQ's Hello Baby ⁕6th: B1A4's Hello Baby ⁕7th: Boyfriend's Hello Baby
Hello, Goodbye is a Dutch airport reality television show produced by Dutch broadcaster NCRV and hosted by Joris Linssen. A British version of the show, aired on Sky 1, started on Thursday 19 February 2009 and is hosted by Kate Thornton, former presenter of Don't Try This at Home (TV series) and more prominently The X Factor, and was commissioned for 6 episodes airing over 6 weeks.
With a sprinkling of light-hearted competition, the series will see five new couples head out to a different European campsite each week, with the aim of winning a £1000 prize. Each afternoon sees each camp couple able to win points during allocated activities, with the losing couple having to clean camp that night. There will be nominated cooks and another couple will be in charge of organising the camp entertainment, which will be judged and scored by their fellow campers. The remaining couples will take part in traditional, cultural activities, which will be judged by local experts. At the end of the week, the couple with the most points wins the cash prize.
The Hello Girls was a British comedy-drama programme which originally aired on BBC One for two series from 5 September 1996 to 13 August 1998. It was inspired by the novel Switchboard Operators written by Carol Lake. The series was set in and around the Derby telephone exchange during 1959 and 1961 respectively. The Hello Girls was launched with much promotion aimed around former EastEnders actress Letitia Dean, who played Chris Cross, one of the 'girls' who worked at the telephone exchange. It performed very well in the ratings for both series. The theme tune Busy Line is performed by the main cast. Each episode is 30 minutes in duration.
Hello! Morning was a weekly Japanese TV show featuring members of Morning Musume, and sometimes other Hello! Project members on TV Tokyo. It is also known by the shorter name of HaroMoni. On April 1, 2007, the show ended after seven years of broadcast and a new show, featuring the same people, [email protected], took its place. The program is best known outside of Japan due to the "Dramatic Chipmunk", an online phenomenon video. The video is from the seventh episode of the segment Minimoni Chiccha, with Mari Yaguchi, Mika Todd, Nozomi Tsuji and Ai Kago. In the episode, the girls plan on having a pet so an employee from a pet store brings in some animals for the girls to look over.
Hello Paradise is a weekly, magazine-format television series that is produced in and highlights the area in and around the city of Palm Springs, California. The series features celebrities, attractions, events, hotels and restaurants in Palm Springs and the desert communities. Broadcast since its 2004 debut on KVCR-TV, the program is hosted by Joni Ravenna, although guest hosts are also featured. The show is produced by Raven Productions.