After receiving a scholarship from the state, a recent Columbia University medical school graduate is required to set up his practice in an eccentric Alaskan town.
After the death of his wife, Sarah, John West, packs up his three children and moves from their hectic urban life to his small northern hometown to take command of the local search-and-rescue service. Once there, the family struggles with their new surroundings, new friends and accepting Sarah's death.
Northern Lights is a 2006 comedy-drama. It is a spin-off of the 2004 Christmas special Christmas Lights. A sequel, City Lights, was broadcast in 2007. Also a Christmas special, Clash of the Santas, was broadcast in December 2008. It featured Colin and Howie taking a trip to Lithuania to represent the United Kingdom in a Santa convention. The main problem with this is that miserable Howie is picked as Santa, while true Christmas believer Colin is relegated to the role of cheerleading elf.
Northern Life was a daily news programme on Tyne Tees Television, which aired from 6 September 1976 to 2 October 1992. The programme was aired at 6pm on weekday evenings, for some years at 6.25pm, and ran for 30, 35 or 60 minutes at various points in its run. The programme was the successor to Today at Six, and was replaced by Tyne Tees Today in 1992 following the takeover by Yorkshire Television. The programme had a light-hearted approach and was notable for Paul Frost's monologues towards the end of many of the shows. For much of its run Northern Life had a split-regional news service integrated into the second part of the programme, with the south of the Tyne Tees region served by the Middlesbrough studio anchored by Teesside-based news reporters such as Andy Kluz. Presenters of the show included Bill Steel, Tom Coyne, Paul Frost, Jane Wyatt, Pam Royle, Eileen McCabe, Stuart McNeil and Sheila Matheson.
Northern Exposure was a supplementary video blog for the Northern Scotland edition of the regional news programme, STV News at Six. The first blog was produced on Tuesday June 19, 2007 and as of June 30, 2009, 180 episodes had been made available The blog was presented and produced by Norman Macleod, Andrea Brymer, Kirstin Gove, Chris Harvey and Louise Steel from STV North's studios in West Tullos, Aberdeen on a regular basis.
Northern Mysteries is a docudrama-style television program that retells some of the stranger events in Canadian history, dealing with ghosts, paranormal events, lost treasures and bizarre murders. Hosted by Kenneth Welsh each episode usually tackles two events or subjects, by discussing with Journalists, the police and eye witnesses a complete account of what happened, as well as re-enacting the events for entertainment purposes. Original versions of each episode were released in both English and French.
Daybreak Northern Ireland was the regional news strand for Northern Ireland provided for the ITV breakfast station ITV Breakfast. Unlike the ITV plc-owned regions, UTV - the ITV contractor for Northern Ireland - did not provide regional news broadcasts during Daybreak. This was due to a dispute between UTV and GMTV which dates back to 1994 when UTV opted out of the national breakfast contractor in breach of their broadcasting licence to provide live coverage of the breaking news of the Combined Loyalist ceasefire. GMTV Northern Ireland was rebranded as Daybreak Northern Ireland in September 2010, when GMTV was replaced by new breakfast programme, Daybreak. Regional bulletins aired three times each weekday, and included a look at the days main headlines, a travel news update, and a weather forecast.
Grundy's Northern Pride is an ITV Tyne Tees/Granada series about architecture, presented by John Grundy. A follow-up to Grundy's Wonders, the series covers a wider area than that series. Beginning in early 2007, Northern Pride was broadcast on Tuesdays at 7.30pm
One Northern Summer is a Canadian documentary television miniseries which aired on CBC Television from 1971 to 1977.
Northern California News aired on Chico, California television stations KHSL-TV Channel 12 and KNVN-TV Channel 24 simultaneously at 5:00pm, 5:30pm and 11:00pm from 2001 to 2005. The newscasts were anchored by Matt Keller and Maureen Naylor, with Dave Vanore covering the weather and had various sports anchors. NCN was also a part of the 90-minute morning program called Wake Up!, a program that still runs today. The two stations have since dropped NCN and only broadcast Action News at 11 together seven nights a week and Action News Weekend Report at 6:30 on Saturdays and Sundays with longtime news reporter Debbie Cobb anchoring. NCN also provided two local newsbreaks during KNVN's Your Show Live program during that show's 18-month run.
Popular Youtube vloggers, SerpentZA & Laowhy86, head to the northernmost point of China on their most grueling and punishing adventure to date.
Ray Mears' Northern Wilderness is a television series hosted by Ray Mears, showing Mears in Canada. The series is broadcast by the BBC. Mears also released a book of the same title.
TV Patrol Northern Luzon is a local news program of ABS-CBN Regional Network Group in Northern Luzon, shown in the northern Luzon cities and provinces of Baguio, entire Cordillera, La Union, Ilocos Sur and Parts of Pangasinan are San Fabian, Sison and San Manuel. The newscast is done in a tabloid-style format. It delivers the most recent news and current affairs issues in Northern Luzon in the Tagalog language. It is aired live daily from the ABS-CBN Baguio at 5:00 PM, from Monday to Friday, simulcast also on Channel 30 in La Union and Channel 11 Mountain Province. It is also simulcast on radio via MOR 103.1 Baguio For Life! TV Patrol Northern Luzon is anchored by Dobie de Guzman and Maira Wallis. The program is backed by a team of ABS-CBN reporters.
TV Patrol Northern Mindanao is the local news network broadcast of the ABS-CBN Regional Network Group in Cagayan de Oro City. It has been the most watched news program in Cagayan de Oro City and Misamis Oriental. The newscast is a tabloid-style format and the program delivers news headlines about current events in Northern Mindanao. It is aired live daily from the ABS-CBN Cagayan de Oro Newscenter at 5:00 PM, from Monday to Friday, simulcast also on Channel 2 in Bukidnon, Channel 7 in Ozamiz City and Channel 4 in Iligan City. It is also shown abroad through ABS-CBN Now and The Filipino Channel, and is also simulcast on radio via DXEC MOR 91.9 Cagayan de Oro. TV Patrol Northern Mindanao maintains a 24-hour shift of reporters, cameramen and drivers with coverage over the provinces of Misamis Oriental, Misamis Occidental, Lanao del Norte, Lanao del Sur, Bukidnon, Zamboanga del Norte and Camiguin, as well as in Dipolog City.
The Hairy Bikers head north on a big Baltic adventure in search of new cuisines to explore, travelling from Germany to Sweden via Poland, Russia, Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
Match of the Day from Northern Ireland is the name given to coverage of football matches involving local teams in Northern Ireland and the Northern Ireland national football team, produced and broadcast by BBC Northern Ireland. It is shown on either BBC One Northern Ireland or BBC Two Northern Ireland depending on the match and availability in the schedule, while some of Northern Ireland's international matches have also been broadcast throughout the United Kingdom via the BBC Red Button interactive channels on Freeview and Sky Digital. The program first broadcast in the 1980s whenever BBC NI took over international football from UTV who used to show highlights, with the matches on BBC NI there was more Live action and highlights than before. The coverage was hosted by BBC NI sports presenters at the time including John Barrett and commentary was often done by Mark Robson. Jackie Fullerton became main commentator in 1993 whenever he moved to BBC NI from UTV with Mark Robson going in the opposite direction. Coverage declined in the 2008/2009 season with Northern Irelands home games on Sky Sports who bought the rights in 2008 and away games on Setanta Sports. That season the program has been limited to Northern Ireland highlights of all games, the Home highlights were shown on the night of the game and away highlights on the night after the game due to right restrictions. The only Northern Ireland match this season shown live on MOTD from NI was between San Marino and Northern Ireland in a 3-0 win for Northern Ireland. MOTD from NI also covers the Co-Operative Insurance Cup and JJB Sports Cup Finals live on BBC NI and the Milk Cup. The JJB Sports Cup has been shown live since 2000 and Co-Operative Insurance Cup since 2006 and the Milk Cup finals night has been shown since 2005.