In Bed With Chris Needham is a 1992 Teenage Video Diary from the BBC about a Loughborough teen and thrash metal fan, Chris Needham, and his friends as they establish their own band and build up to their first proper 'gig'.
TV kalendar is a daily historical documentary television series produced and broadcast by Croatian Radiotelevision. Running continuously since 1976 and spanning more than 12,000 episodes, it is one of the HRT's most enduring television programs. The first episode of TV kalendar was aired by Radio Television Zagreb, then part of Yugoslav Radio Television, on January 3, 1976. Its original concept of a daily 10-minute almanac that covered anniversaries of important historical events, as well as anniversaries of notable births and deaths, was kept virtually unchanged throughout the years. From 1976 to 1986 TV kalendar was jointly edited by Obrad Kosovac and Vladimir Fučijaš, leading a small team of collaborators. Fučijaš then became the sole editor until his retirement in 2001, when Kosovac returned to the editorial position. Kosovac retired at the end of 2010, and was succeeded by Vladimir Brnardić, a historian. TV kalendar used to be shown at 19:15 — just before the evening news — garnering high ratings, but has since been rescheduled to a less popular morning time slot. As of 2010, it is aired at 6:40, with a 12:15 repeat.
The Pit is a British television show about underground heavy metal and rock music and culture, airing seven nights a week on Red TV on SKY DIGITAL.
101 Cars you Must Drive was a Speed TV program hosted by actor and comedian Alonzo Bodden. The premise of the program is that there will be 101 cars, and that all 5 cars within a particular episode can be linked to one another in some fashion.
S.O.C.O. (Scene of the Crime Operatives) is a Philippine reality television series by ABS-CBN that aims to find answers to serious crimes with the help of local police and forensic investigators. It is hosted by ABS-CBN reporter Gus Abelgas. It is aired currently in the Philippines via ABS-CBN. On July 14, 2012 were moved to an earlier day and timeslot every Saturday at 4:00-4:45 PM, after Showbiz Inside Report.
L'Abécédaire de Gilles Deleuze is a French television program produced by Pierre-André Boutang in 1988-1989, consisting of an eight-hour series of interviews between Gilles Deleuze and Claire Parnet.
Disasters of the Century is a documentary television series that airs on History Television. The program is produced by Regina, Saskatchewan-based Partners in Motion. Each episode documents two different disasters from Canada and around the world, using a mixture of re-enactments, photographs, and interviews with survivors and family members of victims. Some episodes deal with broader topics concerning disaster. For example, Washed Away investigates the destruction water can cause by looking at several disasters. Any Televisions has different Episodes numbering schemes.
The Children Who Cheated the Nazis is a documentary about the Kindertransport, by the director Sue Read and producer Jim Goulding. This documentary film was broadcast by Channel 4 on 28 September 2000, and has since been broadcast in America, Israel, France, Australia, Spain and worldwide. The film is narrated by Lord Richard Attenborough, Academy Award winning film actor and director, who features in the film, talking about the two Kindertransport children his family gave a home to. Warren Mitchell Also featured is Warren Mitchell, whose family also took in a Kindertransport child.
Highland Emergency is a British television documentary series following the work of the emergency services in the Highlands of Scotland. It is broadcast on Channel 5 in the UK. Filmed aboard the search and rescue aircraft of the Royal Navy, Royal Air Force and HM Coastguard as well as the Scottish Ambulance Service air ambulances, the show follows the teams on emergencies in the Highlands. The series also follows the work of the Emergency Medical Retrieval Service in transporting critically ill patients, via Royal Navy and SAS aircraft, to better equipped, urban hospitals. Series one comprised 28 episodes and aired throughout 2008 and 2009. Series 2 first aired on Channel 5 on Friday, 26 February 2010 and consisted of 6 episodes. The main difference in the two series was in the timing, with series 2, episodes being 1 hour in duration rather than 30 minutes as in series 1. Series 3 first aired on Channel 5 on 14 September 2011 and reverted to the 30 minute running time.
A Visit With the Armed Forces was a 30-minute TV series which aired on the now-defunct DuMont Television Network Mondays at 8pm EST from July 3, 1950 to January 22, 1951. As its title suggests, the series consisted of documentary films on the United States armed forces.
First Tuesday or This World is a monthly television documentary strand, shown in the United Kingdom on the ITV network and was produced by Yorkshire Television. The subject matter was mainly social issues and current affairs stories from around the world. It ran from 5 April 1983 to 2 November 1993, with programme being shown on the first Tuesday of the month, hence the title. In 1993, Network First was a part replacement for First Tuesday.
The Montage programs, a filmed history of the 1960s and 1970s with a Cleveland perspective, are composed of more than three hundred documentary films which were shown primarily on WKYC-TV, Cleveland's NBC affiliate, from September 1965 to December 1978. The series was produced and directed by Dennis Goulden.
Dog Tales is a weekly half-hour syndicated documentary television series which features stories and news about all types of dogs and dog lovers. It is produced by Alex Paen, and distributed by Telco Productions, Inc.
This PBS documentary explores depression, a debilitating disease that affects millions of Americans. Touching the lives of people from diverse backgrounds, depression still carries a stigma that causes some sufferers to go without treatment. Real people with depression talk about their experiences, and scientists offer commentary to shed light on the disease, including its diagnosis, treatment and current research.
Living with Tigers is a 2003 documentary about tigers in Africa. It aired on Discovery. The sequel to Living with Tigers is Tiger Man of Africa on the National Geographic Channel. This documentary features a Bengal tiger re-wilding project started by John Varty in 2000. This project involves training captive-bred Bengal tiger cubs by their human trainers so that the tigers can regain their predatory instincts. Once they prove that they can sustain themselves in the wild, they would be released into the wilderness of Africa to fend for themselves. Their trainers, John Varty and Dave Salmoni, have to teach them how to stalk, to hunt, and, most importantly, to associate hunting with food. It is claimed by some that two Bengal tigers have already succeeded in re-wilding, and two more tigers are currently undergoing their re-wilding training. This project is featured by The Discovery Channel as a documentary, Living With Tigers. It was voted one of the best Discovery Channel documentaries in 2003. A strong criticism about this project is with the chosen cubs. Experts state that the four tigers involved in the re-wilding project are not purebred Bengal tigers and should not be used for breeding. The four tigers are not recorded in the Bengal tiger studbook and should not be deemed as purebred Bengal tigers. Many tigers in the world's zoos are genetically impure, and there is no reason to suppose these four are not among them. The 1997 International Tiger Studbook lists the current global captive population of Bengal tigers at 210 tigers. All of the studbook-registered captive population is maintained in Indian zoos, except for one female Bengal tiger in North America. It is important to note that Ron and Julie were bred in the USA and hand-raised at Bowmanville Zoo in Canada, while Seatow and Shadow are two tigers bred in South Africa.
World Class Cuisine is an American television program created by Jason Vogel and Arna Vodenos and co-produced by the Discovery Channel between 1993 to 1997 featuring the talents of professional chefs from around the globe. John Kavanaugh was a camera man for the show's duration and directed part of one season. Tomi Bednar Landis co-produced one season alongside the Discovery Channel. Somewhat unique in its rather spartan production style, its content is marked by its stark simplicity. The show presents world class chefs in their own environments, in professional kitchens as opposed to production studios. Many of the chefs on the program do not speak English, and their instructions are usually translated, while others choose not to speak at all, leaving the narration in the hands of the presenter. The program commonly adopted a format surrounding a three course meal consisting of an appetizer, a main course, and a dessert, with three different chefs presenting their own signature dishes.
Clothes-Line was an early BBC television programme broadcast live in six parts between 30 September and 3 December 1937. It is notable for being the first television programme dedicated to the history of fashion. It was produced by Mary Adams, and co-presented by the fashion historian James Laver and Pearl "Polly" Binder.