Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters is an American variety show hosted by Barbara, Louise, and Irlene Mandrell that aired on NBC for two season in 1980.
How Sex Changed the World is a documentary series exploring how sex has changed history: from Ghengis Khan using it to expand the Mongol Empire to the survival of harems for thousands of years and even how Hoover used it to blackmail top level politicians.
Kate Quilton and chef Simon Rimmer investigate how consumers can get the best experience when dining out.
Experience Christmas with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. The annual holiday musical spectacular features new special guests every year.
WWE presents a half-hour variety show starring the talented duo Edge and Christian, in a series that will take a look back at all the highs and lows of sports-entertainment, while offering a unique and humor filled perspective to the WWE Universe.
The Toy That Grew Up was an American television series produced by WTTW, the Chicago affiliate of the National Educational Television network that showed complete and uninterrupted silent films. It was the first introduction to silent films to many Americans. It lasted from 1962 to 1972. The theme music used for the program was The Curse of an Aching Heart.
A Kick Up the Eighties was a 1981-1984 BBC Scotland sketch show starring Robbie Coltrane, Tracey Ullman, Richard Stilgoe, Miriam Margolyes, Rik Mayall, Ron Bain and Roger Sloman. The Series was created by Colin Gilbert, who went on to create Naked Video. The show was notable for introducing the Rik Mayall character Kevin Turvey.
I Love the '90s: Part Deux is a miniseries on VH1 in which various music and TV personalities reminisce about 1990s culture. It premiered on January 17, 2005. This series is a sequel to I Love the '90s. Its title is a reference to the 1993 comedy, Hot Shots! Part Deux.
The One That Got Away is a 1996 ITV television film, based on the book of the same name by Chris Ryan telling the true story of a Special Air Service patrol during the Gulf War in 1991. The film stars Paul McGann as 'Ryan', and was directed by Paul Greengrass, director of United 93, Bloody Sunday, and two of the Jason Bourne films.
Anne: The Animated Series was a half-hour animated television show produced by Sullivan Entertainment and created by writer/director/producer Kevin Sullivan. The series was developed for PBS and each episode contained an educational aspect. Each show had a problem for one or more of the show’s characters to face and solve. In conjunction with these problems, PBS “Ready-to-Learn” guides were created for teachers in America to use in the classrooms. The educational objectives of the show support a child’s development of his/her identity, reinforced through lateral thinking and the use of a child’s magnitude to absorb daily challenges, and it also appeared on some VHS tapes from Lyrick Studios, HiT Entertainment and Nest Family Entertainment. More recently, Sullivan Entertainment has re-written the “Ready-to-Learn” educational guides for the not-for-profit organization Free the Children. Free the Children will implement these Anne Lesson Plans in the Kenyan Schools they have built and hope to take them to other countries they work in around the world.
The Tower: A Tale of Two Cities is a British television documentary series based on the Pepys estate in Deptford, south-east London. The eight-part series premiered on 25 June 2007, on BBC One. In 2004, Lewisham council sold one of three adjacent public housing tower blocks on the economically deprived Pepys Estate to a private property developer. The tower was converted into luxury apartments and sold to people who, for the most part, did not grow up in the local area. The documentary was filmed over three years and chronicled the difficulties faced by some of the local residents in adapting to the changes sweeping the neighbourhood. Notable characters included heroin-addicted Leol and his alcoholic best friend Nicky, and the landlord of the local pub who is struggling with the challenges of satisfying his conservative 'old guard' and tempting the new arrivals - mostly young and relatively wealthy - into his traditional boozer. The Tower: A Tale of Two Cities won the best factual series BAFTA award in 2008.
Three Men of the City is a 1974 Australian TV series about a corporate battle. It was followed in 1975 by the series The Company Men.
The Legend of Chu Liuxiang is a Chinese television series directed by Aman Chang and starring Ken Chang in the lead role. The story is adapted from the first four books in Chu Liuxiang Xinzhuan of Gu Long's Chu Liuxiang novel series. Filming for the series started in October 2010 in the Water Margin Film City in Dongping County, Shandong, China. It was first broadcast on ChingTV in South Korea on 14 June 2012.
The Best Things In Life is a Singaporean drama which aired on Channel 8. It debuted on 17 March 2010 and consists of 20 episodes.