Set in England in the early 19th century, Pride and Prejudice tells the story of Mr and Mrs Bennet's five unmarried daughters after the rich and eligible Mr Bingley and his status-conscious friend, Mr Darcy, have moved into their neighbourhood. While Bingley takes an immediate liking to the eldest Bennet daughter, Jane, Darcy has difficulty adapting to local society and repeatedly clashes with the second-eldest Bennet daughter, Elizabeth.
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The arrival of a young, well-off, eligible man named Mr. Bingley sends the Bennet household--with five girls of a marrying age--into a tizzy. But it's the introduction of Mr. Bingley's friend, Mr. Darcy, that sets in motion the fate of Elizabeth Bennet, resolved only after a labyrinth of social and personal complexities.
Pride & Joy, is an American comedy series that aired on NBC in 1995. The series revolved around a Manhattan couple with a newborn son, Greg and Amy Sherman, and a couple across the hall, Nathan and Carol Green. The series soon folded after one season.
Father of the Pride is an American animated television series that began broadcasting on NBC on August 31, 2004 and was part of a short-lived trend of CGI series in prime-time network TV. The show, which was produced by Jeffrey Katzenberg and his company DreamWorks Animation, revolves around a family of white lions, the patriarch of which stars in a Siegfried & Roy show in Las Vegas. Despite heavy promotion, the show was unsuccessful and was canceled after one season. Transmission and production were also delayed by the real-life on-stage injury of Roy Horn.
Bogan Pride is an Australian comedy television series which first screened on SBS TV in 2008. The six-part series created by and starring actress, Rebel Wilson, is directed by Peter Templeman and produced by Tony Ayres and Michael McMahon. The series centres around the life of a teenage bogan girl. The series was not renewed for a second season by SBS.
Family pride was a short lived 1990s British soap opera produced by Central Television which ran for two series in 1991 and 1992. It was written by Mahmood Jamal and Barry Simmer and centred around the lives of three Asian families living in Birmingham. It was produced by Zia Mohyeddin, directed by Henry Foster and Faris Kermani, and first appeared on screen on 30 June 1991. The series was shown in the Midlands region on ITV and nationally on Channel 4. Among the actors to have appeared in the series were Paul Henry, Rula Lenska and Zia Mohyeddin.
School Pride is an American reality television series which airs on NBC, from executive producers Cheryl Hines and Denise Cramsey. The 7-episode series follows the renovation of a different public school each week. The aired from October 15, 2010 to November 26, 2010. The premiere episode earned 2.90 million viewers.
House of Pride was a Canadian television soap opera, which aired on CBC Television from 1974 to 1976. The series opened with the death of family patriarch Dan Pride, and focused on the families of his five adult children. Each of the families lived in a different Canadian city; the series had production units in Vancouver, Winnipeg, Toronto, Montreal and Halifax. The cast included Charmion King, Lynne Griffin, Budd Knapp, Linda Sorenson, Colin Fox and Sébastien Dhavernas.
Pride and Prejudice is a 1967 BBC television serial, based on Jane Austen's novel of the same name, originally published in 1813. This production marked the 150th anniversary of the death of Jane Austen. It was directed by Joan Craft and starred Celia Bannerman and Lewis Fiander as the protagonists Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy.
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
A legal drama about team of young and passionate prosecutors who banded together to fight against injustice and oppression that befall weak and poor people. Besides face many hardships from higher authority, they also learn to cooperate and adjust with the clash of different personalities and backgrounds.
The Pride of the Family was a half-hour situation comedy starring Paul Hartman, Fay Wray, Natalie Wood, and Robert Hyatt, which aired for forty episodes on ABC in the 1953–1954 season. Hartman portrays Albie Morrison, the father and error-prone head of the household, about whom most of the episodes are centered. Albie works in the advertising section of his local newspaper, and he often has new ideas that go awry in the workplace as well as failed handyman activities at home. Wray, remembered in particularly from her role in the horror film King Kong, plays Albie's wife, Catherine. Natalie Wood is the 15-year-old daughter, Ann, and "Bobby" Hyatt is the 14-year-old son, Junior Morrison. Larry J. Blake appeared fourteen times in the role of "Frank". Hartman's Albie Morrison lacks the good judgment and wisdom exercised by the fictitious insurance agent James Anderson, Sr., the role of Robert Young on the long-running Father Knows Best, which premiered the following season on CBS. Billboard described Hartman's lead role as "average"; indeed the series attempted to present the "average family." Guest stars included Tol Avery, Barbara Billingsley, Douglas Fowley, Frank Ferguson, Lyle Talbot, Steven Terrell, and Joey D. Vieira.
The Pride of Chaozhou is a television drama series produced by Hong Kong broadcaster Asia Television in the 1990s. The series is known for its depiction of the unique culture of Teochew. The series is also considered to be a semi-autobiography of the CEO of ATV at the time: Lim Por-yen. The series was rebroadcast after Lim's death.
home to some of the largest male lions on the planet — as they fight for survival. The pride is a dangerous place to grow up and the lion cubs start their life vulnerable and weak, with threats from all sides. As few as one in five cubs live to 2 years old and it takes them years to develop the abilities needed to become an apex predator. Watch as the cubs learn from their family, mastering the expert skills needed to stay on top and practising their killer tactics on prey. Within a couple of years, the aspiring young male lions will need to fend for themselves and find a pride of their own. Find out who will become a lion king.
The Pride of Britain Awards is an annual event in the United Kingdom, honouring British people who have acted bravely or extraordinarily in challenging situations. The awards were founded by Peter Willis, an associate editor of the Daily Mirror, under the editorship of Piers Morgan. The first Pride of Britain Awards were held at the Dorchester Hotel, Mayfair, London in May 1999. The awards are televised on ITV and hosted by Carol Vorderman. The judging panel is made up of celebrities and well-known figures from a range of backgrounds, and has included multiple appearances by Simon Cowell, Richard Branson, Fiona Phillips, Miriam Stoppard, Sir John Stevens, Sir Magdi Yacoub, Richard Wallace, Eamonn Holmes and Ms. Dynamite, chaired from 1999 to 2004 by Piers Morgan and from 2005 to 2006 by Peter Willis. The awards are organised in association with the Daily Mirror, Lidl, ITV, Daybreak and The Prince's Trust. Winners of the Pride of Britain Lifetime Achievement Award have included; Peter Benenson, founder of the human rights organisation Amnesty International, Chad Varah, founder of the charity group the Samaritans, Alec Jeffreys, who pioneered DNA fingerprinting, and Nicholas Winton, who saved many Jewish children from the Holocaust.