Hum Sub Umeed Se Hain is a political satire show, which features funny segments on Pakistani political issues. It is hosted by Saba Qamar, Fiza Ali & Mehwish Hayat, the show is now divided into the 3 versions the first one is Midweek Version Hosted by Mehwish Hayat, 2nd one is Extra Version Hosted By Fiza Ali, 3rd Show of The Week is Weekend Version Hosted by Saba Qamar Earlier this show was also hosted by Veena Malik, Sara Chaudry,Hira Salman, Kiran Tabeer, Mathira & Arisha Razi .
Open Talk Azerbaijani: Açıq söhbət is a weekly topical debate ANS TV television program in Azerbaijan. The show typically features politicians from two political parties as well as other public figures. Open Talk is presented by Sevinj Osmanqizi. It is usually recorded about 24 hours prior to transmission, but has been broadcast live.
For & Against is an American talk show hosted by Jim Morrison that currently airs on the LGBT channel here!. Each episode features Morrison discussing issues that affect the LGBT community. Morrison also interviews policymakers and pundits spanning the political landscape. The show provides news and headlines from an LGBT perspective. For & Against premiered on January 6, 2012. here! is producing 24 episodes for season one. In 2012 it was announced that episodes of For & Against will be made available on online video service Hulu.
Politics Now was a Scottish political programme produced and broadcast by STV in northern and central Scotland. The programme, broadcast for 40 weeks of the year, on a Thursday evenings after the main ITV news, covered all of the big Political developments in Westminster, Brussels and Holyrood in detail. The programme was presented by STV's political editor Bernard Ponsonby with features reports and contributions from the rest of STV's political unit - Westminster correspondent Harry Smith, political correspondent Jamie Livingstone and freelance reporter David Torrance. The programme was originally presented by former political correspondent Michael Crow until his departure from the station in January 2009. The series was replaced in 2011 by Scotland Tonight, which broadcast Mondays to Thursdays on STV covering current affairs and politics.
Geo Cartoon is a two-minute animated short that airs on Geo News. The series is one of Geo's most popular TV series.
America Now is a daily television magazine program hosted by Leeza Gibbons and Bill Rancic, featuring "news you can really use" on lifestyle topics such as health, diet, family and pets. The program, which airs Monday through Friday, is produced by ITV Studios America. America Now is broadcast across the United States on stations owned by Raycom Media and is airing via syndication in other markets around the country.
Imus in the Morning is an American radio show hosted by Don Imus on Cumulus Media Networks, and simulcast for television on Fox Business Network. The show originated locally on WNBC radio in New York City in December 1971. In October 1988 the show moved to WFAN when that radio station took over WNBC's dial position following an ownership change. It was later syndicated to 60 other stations across the country by Westwood One, a division of CBS Radio, airing weekdays from 5:30 to 10 am Eastern time. Beginning September 3, 1996, the 6 to 9 am portion was simulcast on the cable television network MSNBC. The show had been broadcast almost every weekday morning for 25 years on radio and 11 years on MSNBC until it was canceled on April 12, 2007 due to controversial comments made on the April 4, 2007 broadcast. The remark resulted in the program's cancellation the following week. The Imus in the Morning program returned to the morning drive on New York radio station WABC on December 3, 2007. WABC is the flagship station of ABC Radio Networks, which syndicates the show nationally. From 2007 to August 2009, the show was simulcast on television nationwide on RFD-TV and rebroadcast each evening on RFD HD in high-definition. After Imus and RFD reached a mutual agreement to prematurely terminate the five-year deal, Fox Business Network began simulcasting the program on October 5, 2009.
The Andrew Marr Show is an hour-long British television programme broadcast on BBC One on Sunday mornings from 9am. It is presented by Andrew Marr, previously the BBC's Political Editor. The host interviews political figures and others involved in the current events of the week. It replaced the long-running Breakfast with Frost programme when David Frost decided to retire in 2005. The programme begins with a review of the Sunday papers, for which Marr is joined by two different guests each week. It also features a BBC News and BBC Weather update. The programme shares a studio with Sunday Politics, Newsnight and HARDtalk, BBC World News, GMT, Impact, Global and Focus On Africa. The show was launched on 11 September 2005 as Sunday AM, but was renamed The Andrew Marr Show for the new series in September 2007. The editor is Barney Jones and the producers are Libby Jukes, Brian Hollywood and Catherine Elgonaid. The title sequence is a pastiche of the television series The Prisoner. The programme moved to Broadcasting House in September 2012.
American Presidents: Life Portraits is a 41-episode, Peabody Award-winning series produced by C-SPAN in 1999. Each episode was aired live, and was a two- to three-hour look at the life and times of one particular President of the United States. Episodes were broadcast from locations of importance to the profiled president, featured interviews with historians and other experts, and incorporated calls from viewers. The series served as a commemoration of C-SPAN's 20th anniversary. The first program aired on March 15, 1999, and profiled George Washington. Subsequent programs featured each president in succession, concluding with Bill Clinton on December 20, 1999.
The Sunday Edition was a television programme broadcast on the ITV Network in the United Kingdom focusing on political interview and discussion, produced by London Weekend Television. The show was hosted by Andrew Rawnsley and Andrea Catherwood. The live studio show continued the tradition of live political programming on ITV at the weekend and featured the traditional 'long format' interview as well as incisive debate by key players in politics, the arts and business. The programme included an ITV News Summary at the beginning and end of the programme. The programme has have three distinct segments: ⁕Breaking news and political stories will kick off the programme and be brought up to the minute by interviews with key figures and commentators. ⁕The in-depth political interview will lie at the heart of the show. ⁕Discussion of major issues and interviews with big names from across the range of arts, business and culture will offer insight and provoke debate. When the programme changed its time slot, to the earlier time of 09:25, low ratings of 250,000 cast doubt over its future.
Lester & Charlie is a social satire/political satire web series created, produced, edited and directed by Jeff Bond and Richard Wooley. In each episode, the title characters attempt to resolve a person’s dilemma or address a socio-political issue by executing a misguided but well-intentioned scheme. Segments have appeared on CNN, Time and on Alan Colmes' blog Liberaland. Each episode is purportedly produced on a US$20 budget and shot with a broken camcorder. In 2011, in collaboration with the Coffee Party USA, Lester and Charlie produced a series of videos marking the one-year anniversary of the controversial Citizens United decision by the United States Supreme Court. In May 2011, they appeared in character in the Bravo reality series Pregnant in Heels. Their weekly satirical interactive political polls have been featured on Crooks and Liars and on the website for WPIX in New York City and became regularly featured on The Huffington Post in 2012.
Westminster Live was a weekly television programme focusing on political developments within the Parliament of the United Kingdom. The programme began in November 1989 on the same day as television cameras were first allowed into the House of Commons. The programme lasted until 2002 when it was discontinued, and succeeded by the Daily Politics. The programme was presented by Nick Robinson and Iain Macwhirter. Robinson left the BBC to join ITV and Macwhirter went on to report on the Scottish Parliament in Holyrood Live. The first presenter was Vivian White and later hosts included Nick Ross and Diana Madill. The programme was originally presented from a small studio opposite the Houses of Parliament, but in later years it came from the BBC's Millbank base. It focussed on coverage from Parliament far more than its successor.