Paul Finchley is a bona fide "national treasure", one half of a popular, long-running comedy double act. The famous comedian's world is thrown into chaos when he is accused of historic sexual abuse.
A drama dealing with the abduction and murder of a young black girl, soon to be adopted by her white foster family, and the trail of lies, blame, guilt and notoriety which follow.
Alan Titchmarsh and a host of familiar faces have a privileged insider’s view into some of Britain’s most intriguing historical homes and gardens. Alan visits a number of fascinating buildings including Hardwick Hall, Kingston Lacy and he even sets foot inside a notorious Workhouse. Throughout the series, Alan will be joined by the likes of Dan Jones, Angellica Bell, Suzannah Lipscomb and more famous faces.
CBC News The National is CBC Television's flagship national television newscast, broadcast from the Canadian Broadcasting Centre in Toronto. It reports on major Canadian and international news stories, airing on CBC Television weeknights and Sundays at 10:00 p.m. local time. On Saturdays, a 30-minute edition generally airs at 6:00 p.m. ET during the season of Hockey Night in Canada, and 6:00 local otherwise, except on certain stations carrying local newscasts in that timeslot instead. Since September of 2007, The National has aired in HDTV, the first Canadian national newscast to do so. The program is also aired on CBC News Network; on weekdays, the initial version that airs live to Atlantic Canada on the main network is simulcast on CBC News Network at 9:00 p.m., with several repeat broadcasts overnight. Until August 2005, The National was also seen in the United States on the defunct Newsworld International channel; the program continues to air occasionally on C-SPAN when that network wants to provide coverage of a major Canadian news story, or a Canadian angle for a world or American event.
CTV National News is CTV's flagship newscast, which airs at 11:00 p.m. local time on the CTV stations across Canada, and live at 10:00pm ET, with repeats hourly up until 2 a.m. ET on CTV News Channel, CTV's 24-hour cable news television channel, and the previous day's can be seen on the Internet. The current anchors are Lisa LaFlamme on weekdays, and Sandie Rinaldo on weekends. The program is also broadcast in High-Definition. The title CTV National News was rarely used in the 1990s and early 2000s; weeknights, the program was called CTV News with Lloyd Robertson and on the weekends, CTV News with Sandie Rinaldo. The title CTV National News was reintroduced in 2008, because CTV News has become the name of both the national and local news on CTV O&O stations, although the banner currently continues to bear the title CTV News. Lisa LaFlamme is currently the program's main weekday anchor, after taking over for Lloyd Robertson during the second half of 2011, following Robertson's retirement. Other substitute anchors include Rinaldo, Beverly Thomson, Ken Shaw, Dan Matheson, Scott Laurie and Omar Sachedina. Originally running only 20 minutes, the newscast was expanded to a full half-hour in the 1980s.
The AKC/Eukanuba National Championship is held by the American Kennel Club every year in December or January in the US. As the name indicates, its primary sponsor is Eukanuba, a high-end brand of dog food. Over 3,000 dogs from all over the world come to compete, by invitation only, but only seven go to best in show. The first National Championship was held in Orlando, Florida in 2001. The 2002 show was also in Orlando. The next show was held in 2003 and was in Long Beach, California. The 2006 and 2006 shows were held in Tampa, Florida. The show recently switched from being held in January to being held in December, which explains why there were two winners in 2006.
Cuban police series that recreates the story of a group of policemen, the realities of their daily lives in confronting criminals.
National Velvet is an American drama series
A story about a group of intellectuals on a mission to protect priceless treasures in order to preserve their national heritage. After the Mukden Incident on September 18, 1931, North China was pushed to a desperate situation. Ren Hong Yi, a Kuomintang military officer, and Zhou Ruo Si who works at the cultural section of the Forbidden City are given the task of safely transporting national treasures further South to ensure that they do not fall into the wrong hands. No matter the challenges they face, they hold on to the belief that as long as its cultural roots remain, China will not fall. (Source: ChineseDrama.info)
Four women whose lives have reached a dead end decide to change everything by forming the first ever national curling team in Greece.
National Geographic's Explorer gives viewers special access to the issues of the day.
Le National is a 30-minute French newscast hosted by Geneviève Asselin, airing weekdays at 10:30pm ET on RDI. It focuses on news stories from across Canada, with most stories sourced from the local editions of Le Téléjournal airing across the country on Radio-Canada affiliates. Although the title is similar to CBC's English-language flagship newscast The National, Radio-Canada's flagship is in fact the late-evening network edition of Le Téléjournal, which airs at 9:00 p.m. ET on RDI, and 10:00 p.m. local / 11:00 AT on Radio-Canada.
First National was a Canadian television newscast, which aired on the Global Television Network's stations in Ontario and Manitoba from 1994 to 2001. It was also seen in Quebec after Global launched there in 1997. The program's anchor was Peter Kent. Although the newscast aired in only three provinces at most, its format was that of a national newscast, broadcasting national and international, rather than local, news. On February 9, 2001, following Global's acquisition of the WIC group of stations, First National aired its final broadcast. Global aired WIC's Canada Tonight in its place until Global National debuted on September 4. Kent then moved into a management role with the network; he later left broadcasting to pursue a career in Canadian politics.
The National Heads-Up Poker Championship is an annual poker tournament held in the United States and produced by the NBC television network. It is a $25,000 "buy-in" invitation-only tournament organized as a series of one-on-one games of no limit Texas hold 'em matches. The participants include many of the world's most successful poker players, as well as celebrities. The championship was the first poker event to be televised on and produced by a major U.S. television network. In October 2011, NBC announced that the National Heads-Up Poker Championship would not return in 2012, ending the championship's seven-year run. After a one-year hiatus, the tournament returned in 2013. The $25,000 buy-in event ran from Jan. 24 through 26 at Caesars Palace, the same venue where the event was held from 2006 through 2011. The Heads-Up Championship had been sponsored by online poker companies before Black Friday. The World Series of Poker is the new presenting sponsor.
The National Dream, also known as The National Dream: Building the Impossible Railway, was a 1974 Canadian television docudrama miniseries based on Pierre Berton's 1970 book of the same name, plus Berton's 1971 follow-up book The Last Spike. The television adaptation was written by William Whitehead and Timothy Findley. The series portrayed the concept and construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway during the late 19th century, with Berton himself as narrator. The National Dream combined dramatic reconstructions of the events with documentary content. Production required two years and cost CAD 2 million. CBC Television premiered the eight-part hour-long series on 30 March 1974 and aired its final instalment on 28 April 1974. The series' rated audience of three million within Canada set a record for CBC in terms of dramatic programming. The series was also seen in modified form on BBC in the United Kingdom.
In 19872, President Ulysses S. Grant signed into law our nation's first National Park, Yellowstone. The purpose was to preserve the breathtaking scenery and the wildlife within the historic lanscape. Since then, other significant pieces of land and sea have been designated as National Parks, in hopes to conserve the ecology, geology, and beauty of our amber plains., rugged mountain ranges, and salty shores in this spectacular collection of majestic beauty - like you have never seen before!
Global National is the English language national newscast of Canada's Global Television Network. It is produced from the Global BC studios in Burnaby, with Dawna Friesen and Robin Gill anchoring the weekday and weekend editions respectively. From 2008 to 2010, the program was the only Canadian network newscast to be regularly anchored from the nation's capital, Ottawa. In addition to Global's owned-and-operated stations, Global National also airs on affiliate CHFD-DT in Thunder Bay, Ontario, and independent station CJON-DT in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. Global also produces a Mandarin version of the newscast, titled Global National Mandarin. Anchored by Carol Wang, the newscast is seen on Shaw Multicultural Channel in Vancouver and Calgary.
The National Trust is a ten-part BBC television documentary examining various aspects of National Trust, first aired in 2005. Among the National Trust properties presented were Studland Beach & Nature Reserve, where local residents experience severe problems with the Trust, 251 Menlove Avenue, John Lennon's boyhood home, Tyntesfield, Waddesdon Manor, and Stonehenge.