Good Dog U (1999)

Good Dog U is an American television program about training and caring for dogs. It was hosted by Joel Silverman and dog trainer Jay Stutz. It is shown on the channel Animal Planet.

The Head (1994)

"The Head" is the story of Jim, a trade-school student in New York City who awakens one morning to find that his cranium has enlarged to mammoth proportions. A week later, out bursts Roy, a little purple alien with an odd sense of humor who has taken up residence in Jim's head. Roy needed a place to stay to adapt to the Earth's environment while on a mission to save the world from a power-hungry alien named Gork. Aiding Jim and Roy are Jim's girlfriend, Madelyn; his personal physician, Dr. Richard Axel; and a group of "human anomalies." The theme of the story is to reinforce the value of diversity, tolerance, acceptance of differences, and working together to solve problems.

Fins (2006)

Paint Misbehavin' (2009)

Steve Flanagan and his team build the cop car of the future; the team and their fireproof paint get a baptism by fire straight out of a Hollywood movie.

Prince Caspian and the Voyage of the Dawn Treader (1989)

British children join a fantasy-world quest. From C.S. Lewis' "The Chronicles of Narnia."

Fashionistas by Heart (2009)

Social Studies in Action: A Teaching Practices Library K-12 (2002)

Classrooms exploring history, civics, geography.

Video Power (1990)

Video Power is an American television series that aired in two different formats from 1990-1992 on WGN-TV Chicago Superstation. Both formats revolved around video games, and actor Stivi Paskoski presided over both series playing video game master Johnny Arcade.

Bravo Profiles: The Entertainment Business (1998)

Monster Mania (1988)

Vienna 1900 (1973)

Five stories from the writings of Arhur Schnitzler dramatised by Robert Muller.

Smithsonian World (1984)

Combat at Sea (1994)

Popcorn Zen (2004)

Popcorn Zen was a weekly showcase program that airs on AZN Television. The series debuted in 2005. The show was hosted by an American radio deejay, Eugene Lee.

Open Book (2009)

Coal Country (2009)

The truth about coal mining and the battle with the coal companies in Appalachia.

Great Vacation Homes (1999)

A showcase of various unique and amazing vacation homes.

MTV Jams (1996)

Special features on current entertainment personalities.

Family Armor (2009)

Two Mormon brothers-in-law run a cutting-edge business of bulletproofing vehicles in Texas while juggling fatherhood and their faith.

The Labours of Erica (1989)

The Labours of Erica is a British television sitcom starring Brenda Blethyn as self-made businesswoman Erica Parsons. The show was first broadcast between 13 March 1989 and 9 April 1990.

The Last Bastion (1984)

The Last Bastion is a television mini-series which aired in Australia in November 1984. It is a docudrama telling the story of Australia's involvement in World War II, and its often strained relations with its two main allies, Great Britain and the United States.

The Violent Earth (1998)

The Violent Earth is a 1998 French-Australian mini series set in New Caledonia from 1888 to 1977.

Prime Ticket Press Box (1990)

Pop Goes the Culture (2009)

Backstage and behind-the-scenes of the arts and entertainment industry.

Stay Where? (2009)

Overnight stays in the most unusual places.

Federation Cup Highlights (2004)

Visionaries: Knights of the Magical Light (1987)

Visionaries: Knights of the Magical Light is a science fantasy media franchise that consisted of a short-lived toyline of action figures and vehicles produced by Hasbro, and an animated television series by Sunbow Productions that ran for one season of thirteen episodes in 1987, while Star Comics published a bimonthly comic book series that lasted six issues from November 1987 to September 1988. The animated series was the only Hasbro property to be produced by Sunbow without the aid of Marvel Productions, and utilized Japanese studio TMS Entertainment for overseas animation work.

Festival Pass with Chris Gore (2002)

Private Lives of the Pharaohs (2000)

Scientific investigations into the mysteries of ancient Egypt. Episode information to be announced.

The Virtual Revolution (2010)

The Virtual Revolution is a British television documentary series presented by Aleks Krotoski, which began airing on BBC Two on 30 January 2010. A co-production between the BBC and the Open University, the series looks at the impact the World Wide Web has had since its inception 20 years ago. The series took a different approach to BBC documentary making by encouraging an open and collaborative production.

All-American Festivals (2003)

Food celebrations.

Liography (2001)

Liocracy was a Canadian television comedy series produced by Creative Atlantic Communications Ltd. airing on The Comedy Network in 2001 and 2002.

Inner Chef with Marcus Samuelsson (2005)

Browning Expeditions (2010)

Biologist and award-winning wildlife sculptor Stephen LeBlanc, joined by special guests, takes viewers across North America and around the world to quality big-game hunting sites. The expeditions include ideas and tricks that can help turn an ordinary hunt into a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Shaquille O'Neal Presents: All Star Comedy Jam, Live From South Beach (2009)

Performers at the Florida event include Earthquake, Arnez J, Melanie Camacho and LaVell Crawford.

Unschuldig (2008)

Unsung Heroes of WWII (2002)

Profiling ordinary Americans who served in World War II.

The Greatest (1998)

Chesapeake Wine Country (2009)

Wineries in Maryland.

Picture Windows (1994)

Picture Windows was a television miniseries that aired on Showtime in 1994. It comprised six short films inspired by works of art and directed by prominent filmmakers such as Joe Dante, Norman Jewison, John Boorman, Jonathan Kaplan, Peter Bogdanovich, and Bob Rafelson, respectively. It included performances by a number of notable actors, Robert Loggia, Steve Zahn, John Hurt, Alan Arkin, and George Segal. The miniseries won one Emmy Award and several CableAce Awards.

Sink the Bismarck! (1996)

Eyewitnesses and survivors recount the sinking of the German battleship Bismarck, a life-and-death pursuit over 2 million square miles of ocean.

NYC: Inside Out (2009)

Examining the people and technology that keep New York City running.

Airshow Extreme (2009)

All types of aircraft take to the skies to perform amazing feats.

The Coaches Show (2009)

Former NFL head coaches breakdown the strategies and decisions made each week.

Sister Wendy's American Collection (2001)

The Interrogators (2009)

Show Me the Funny (1998)

Pets: Part of the Family (1999)

Host Gary Burghoff explores the close relationships many people have with their pets.

The Fifth Corner (1992)

The Fifth Corner is an American television series which aired on NBC and produced by TriStar Television in 1992. The two-hour pilot aired on April 17, 1992, and one final episode aired the week after.

Healthcare Heroes (2009)

Doctors, nurses and other health care professionals save lives.

Travel the Road (2003)

Two missionaries travel through 25 countries filming their experiences.

Bernstein/Beethoven (1982)

Sex, God, Rock 'n Roll with Stuart Davis (2009)

Cary Grant: The Leading Man (1996)

The actor's career path brings him from working-class Englishman to Hollywood royalty.

An Italian Christmas With Mario and Giada (2004)

Mario Batali and Giada De Laurentiis travel the country looking for the best Italian holiday recipes and traditions.

The Rich List (2006)

Teams consisting of strangers compete to win money by completing lists.

The Keith Barret Show (2004)

The Keith Barret Show is a spoof BBC chat show hosted by Keith Barret who interviews celebrity couples in the hope of finding the secret to a successful marriage. It was devised by Paul Duddridge and co written with Rob Brydon. In each programme, there are a selection of clips from venues such as speed dating or interviews with relationship experts.

Chihuly in Charlotte (2000)

How Dale Chihuly created, shipped and reassembled his fragile masterpiece on display at the Mint Museum of Craft and Design in Charlotte, N.C.

Tracks of Glory (1992)

Tracks of Glory is a 1992 Australian mini series set in 1903 about Major Taylor's visit to Australia and his rivalry with Australian cycler Don Walker.

The Uptown Comedy Club (1992)

Nephew Tommy: Just My Thoughts (2011)

Thomas Nephew (Tommy Miles) performs.

Flag (2006)

In 20xx, a civil war broke out in a small country in Asia is getting hard in spite of dispatch of UN forces. But a picture taken by accident in the battle field accelerates the peace process. It is a picture of a flag. Although they are enemies, they cooperate together to fly it in a sanctuary, and the flag becomes the symbol of the peace. However, just before the peace agreement is achieved, the flag is robbed by an armed extremist group in order to obstruct the truce. UN decides to send SDC (Special Development Command) and a cameraman to record their activities. The cameraman is Shirasu Saeko. She is the cameraman who took the picture of the flag. At first they think the mission is easy because they wear latest armed suits, HAVWC (High Agility Versatile Weapon Carrier), but they get in trouble by unexpected attacks.

Yard Attack (2011)

Preparation is always important when it comes to landscape renovation, but contractor Steve Watson takes this element to the extreme. In this series, Watson and his crew transform barren yards into lush outdoor paradises in just a matter of hours. The secret? Before the team even shows up, the designs have been finalized, the employees have their assignments, and the job equipment and materials are already waiting on the street. Watson proves that with the right game plan and a small army of helpers working at military precision, a week's worth of yard renovations can be accomplished in a fraction of the time.

Diggnation on Youtoo (2011)

Kevin and Alex discuss top stories.

This is Tom Jones (1969)

This Is Tom Jones was an ATV variety series starring Tom Jones. The series was exported to the United States by ITC Entertainment and was networked there by ABC.

Singapore Sessions with Charlie Rose (2011)

Asia is shifting from a global production base to a source of innovation for the world.

Feast Delight (2011)

Muge Karshi demonstrates Turkish cooking.

First Edition (2002)

News and current affairs.

MotoGP Rewind (2013)

Guts With Michael Mosley (2013)

Michael Mosley explores the human digestive tract.

I'm with the Band: Nasty Cherry (2019)

In an unfiltered, intimate docuseries, pop star mentor Charli XCX finds out what it takes to build -- and break -- a real, badass all-girl punk band.

Pop This Way (2013)

Power of Love: Quincy Jones & Sir Michael Caine's 80th Birthday Celebration (2013)

A star-studded bash celebrating the lives of Sir Michael Caine and Quincy Jones raises money for charity.

Lily Cole's Art Matters (2013)

On "Lily Cole's Art Matters," the titular host -- a model and art history graduate -- embarks on a journey with some of the world's most famous contemporary artists during which she watches them work in their studios while discussing their lives and work, including the genesis of their pieces and how their artistic careers began. Among the artists appearing are Gabriel Orozco, Antony Gormley, Tacita Dean, and Christo.

Hootenanny (1963)

Hootenanny was an American musical variety television show broadcast on ABC from April 1963 to September 1964. The program was hosted by Jack Linkletter. It primarily featured pop-oriented folk music acts, including The Journeymen, The Limeliters, the Chad Mitchell Trio, The New Christy Minstrels, The Brothers Four, Ian & Sylvia, The Big 3, Hoyt Axton, Judy Collins, Johnny Cash, The Carter Family, Flatt & Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys, The Tarriers, Bud & Travis, and the Smothers Brothers. Although both popular and influential, the program is primarily remembered today for the controversy created when the producers blacklisted certain folk music acts, which then led to a boycott by others.

Glamur (2011)

HGTV Home Presents (2013)

Carnegie Endowment Forum (2013)

Former Ambassador Ryan Crocker on the Iraq War.

Becoming Wild (2011)

See what a day in the life on the Minnesota Wild roster looks like.

Hit and Run (2020)

A young man makes a decision in a moment of panic and is forced to confront that decision.

AHAVA Beauty (2013)

Garage Sale Wars (2013)

In Search of the Constitution (1987)

Amar'e Stoudemire: In the Moment (2013)

Inside look at what it takes to become and remain one of the most dominant basketball players; behind the scenes training and interview footage.

Buick Human Highlight Reel (2011)


Highlights of the four-day event featuring today's hottest country music stars; Little Big Town hosts.

I Am the Greatest!: The Adventures of Muhammad Ali (1977)

An animated series featuring boxer Muhammad Ali, who starred as his own voice.

Coming Out (2016)

Two young, gay adults talk to family and friends about their sexuality.

My Family Recipe Rocks! (2012)

Former boy-band member and veteran TV host Joey Fatone hosts this cooking show that forgoes celebrity chefs to tell the stories and highlight the recipes of amateur cooks. Those from around the country share details of their homemade specialties. Among the cooks and recipes featured are a cheerleader with a Mediterranean chicken recipe, a California family that prepares recipes using Spam, and even famous prop-comic Carrot Top, who is joined by his girlfriend as they prepare a dinner party for Fatone at their Las Vegas home.

My Evil Sister (2013)

How does the bond between sisters become so bad that murder is the only option? Or so powerful that they combine forces to plan a killing? These are the stories of sisters who have done the unthinkable: killing their sibling or joining together to kill someone else.

Who is J.O.B? (2012)

Champion surfer Jamie O'Brien and his friends get into antics in and out of the water as they travel the world in search of waves.

Eye on Football (2013)

The latest news and analysis from New Orleans.

Life Flight (2015)

Air-ambulance teams as they race to save lives.

Insane Bathrooms (2013)

A tour of the most unique, opulent, and mind-bending bathrooms in the world.

Where's Huddles? (1970)

Where's Huddles? is an American adult animated sitcom produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions which premiered on CBS on July 1, 1970 and ran for ten episodes as a summer replacement show for The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour until September 2.

National Geographic Explorer: The 400 Million Dollar Emerald (2012)

A tale of deceit, obsession, and folly unfolds with the unearthing of the world's largest emerald in Brazil.

Power Yoga (2010)

A combination of traditional flow yoga with Ted's signature moves to challenge your body and relax your mind.

2013 NHL Network Scouting Combine Recap (2013)

David Garrett Rock Symphonies (2010)

Violinist David Garrett performs at Berlin's open-air Wuhlheide Theater.

Harry and Cosh (1999)

Harry and Cosh was a British children's television series directed by Daniel Peacock shown on Saturday afternoons on Shake! on Channel 5.