Janeane Garofalo: If You Will (2010)
Actress/comic Janeane Garofalo discusses the downside of sobriety, unemployment and other topics in a sold-out performance from the Moore Theatre in Seattle.
Your Big Break (1999)
Your Big Break is a talent show featuring contestants playing the role of their song's original singer. The show aired in syndication from September 25, 1999 to June 16, 2001. It was hosted by Christopher "Kid" Reid in its first season (1999-2000) then by Alfonso Ribeiro in its second (2000-2001). It was produced by Dick Clark Productions in association with Endemol and was distributed by Buena Vista Television.
Santa's Magic Toy Bag (1983)
An inept elf with good intentions almost ruins Christmas.
The Van Dyke Show (1988)
The Van Dyke Show is an American sitcom starring Dick Van Dyke and his son Barry Van Dyke which aired on CBS from October 26 to December 7, 1988. The series marked the second time the real-life father-son actors worked together, after Dick guest starred in a 4th Season episode of Airwolf with Barry as the leading man.
On Common Ground (1999)
American and German soldiers reunite to discuss World War II.
On Main Street (1995)
Host Dr. Dale Meyer.
On Stage at World Cafe Live (2005)
From the World Cafe Live in Philadelphia.
Wuthering Heights (1978)
Wuthering Heights is a 1978 British film adaptation of Emily Brontë's novel Wuthering Heights, starring Ken Hutchison, Kay Adshead, Pat Heywood, and John Duttine, originally broadcast on BBC Two as a 5-part mini-series, beginning 24 September 1978. Location filming took place on the Yorkshire Moors. This BBC version is regarded as being the one most faithful to the original novel because it does not end with Cathy's death but continues into the next generation, with Heathcliff seeking revenge against those he felt had wronged him.
On the Waterways (1991)
XSTV: Xtreme Sport Television (1997)
The best of extreme sports including watercraft racing, in-line skating and mountain biking.
One Day (1998)
Four children go on a magical journey to learn firsthand about the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Gary Spetz's Painting Wild Places (2004)
Gary Spetz presents the basics of watercolor painting.
Rory Peck Awards (2000)
The Rory Peck slots celebrate the work of some of the best freelance cameramen.
Off Beat Cinema (1993)
Off Beat Cinema is a two-hour hosted movie show that airs on television stations throughout the United States in late-night time slots. It originated from WKBW-TV in Buffalo, New York from its launch on Saturday October 31, 1993 until July 2012. It shifted to local competitor WBBZ-TV on August 4, 2012.
Midnight Snack (2011)
Suzanne French travels to different restaurants to experience different people and lifestyles.
Rights & Wrongs: Human Rights Television (1993)
A series pilot examines global human-rights issues, including the murder of Indian women in dowry disputes; anchor Jane Wallace.
Nick Stellino's Family Kitchen (2000)
Chef Nick Stellino introduces easy-to-prepare Italian recipes.
Thrill Seekers was a syndicated Four Star Television series that was produced in 1973 and 1974. It was hosted by Chuck Connors and featured people who did dangerous stunts. One of the series featured Australian stunt woman, Carol Cranston, who was working with the John Anderson Mustang Hell Drivers in the USA. Her episode of Thrill Seekers was shot at Terre Haute showgrounds, Indiana, where Cranston performed a high fall into cardboard boxes, did a hit and run at 30 mph, and was run over by a truck which drove over a plank placed across her midriff. Another member of the Mustang Hell Drivers, Pat Jackson, performed in the series in which she jumped a pick-up truck from ramp to ramp.
Thumb Wrestling Federation: TWF (2006)
The battles of two thumb wrestling teams, the Dexteras and the Sinistras.
Wacky and Packy (1975)
A theatrical agent dies and gets a heavenly pep talk. With Bob Newhart, Jack Klugman.
The Search for the Nile (1971)
Seasoned with Spirit (2006)
The lives and traditions of Native American tribes.
Time After Time (1993)
Living Smart (2005)
Solutions to life's challenges.
Cake Boss: Icing on the Cake (2010)
Pop-up episodes of "Cake Boss."
Project Runway Latin America (2010)
Project Runway Latin America is a Latin American reality television series on Glitz* which focuses on fashion design and is hosted by model Rebecca de Alba. The contestants compete with each other to create the best clothes and are usually restricted in time, materials and theme. Their designs are judged, and one or more designers are eliminated each week. The show was canceled after its third season.
Tattooed in Detroit (2011)
Travel Now (2010)
Travel destinations and themed vacations.
Painter Clyfford Still was a leader of the Abstract Expressionist movement.
My Beautiful Game (2013)
Whether called Soccer or Football, it will always be known as `the beautiful game'.
Wild Lifers (2013)
Dan, Stephanie Braman, and Dustin Mueller travel the world in pursuit of one common goal: to experience the best hunting and outdoor adventures.
War Digs with Harry Harris (2013)
Six men are on a mission to dig up the secrets of the Second World War.
On the Trail of Genghis Khan (2010)
For young Australian adventurer Tim Cope, this was the journey of a lifetime – travelling 10,000kms alone on horseback across the Eurasian steppe through Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine and Hungary. From the former Mongol capital Karakorum to the Danube, Tim retraced the path of the first nomads and followed the route taken by legendary Genghis Khan as he forged his great empire. Over three and a half gruelling years, and guided by an old Kazakh wisdom – "to understand the wolf, you must put on the skin of a wolf and look through its eyes" – Tim lived just as the ancient nomads did.
Nashville Country Revival (2012)
Shane Untamed (2011)
Shane Reynolds does a little bit of everything -- producer, photographer, host, adventurer -- and now he's taking his multitude of talents on a quest to find the last truly wild places on Earth. As his journey takes him to incredible, often remote locations, Shane encounters the people and animals who live there. Each episode follows him as he completes an ultimate goal, such as diving with whale sharks or being the first person to climb Mount Weiassipu in Guyana, all with the assistance of experts who help him come out alive.
Supertwins: Triplets, Quads and More (1998)
Following five women expecting multiple births and profiles of triplets, quadruplets and quintuplets in various stages of life.
Richard Bangs' Adventures with Purpose, Switzerland, Quest for the Sublime (2008)
Richard Bangs explores Switzerland, the winter resort of St. Moritz, the Glacier Express, Zermatt and the Matterhorn.
Richard Bangs' Adventures with Purpose, Norway, Quest for the Viking Spirit (2009)
Richard Bangs seeks a modern Viking spirit in Norway's Arctic north, its mountainous sea coast and its cities.
Naked in a Fishbowl (2010)
An improvised live sitcom based on the lives of Bonnie, Sara, Alice, Chloe, Ruby, and Sophie.
Hot Seat with Wally George (1983)
The father of "Combat TV" interviews guests.
Paranormal Trauma (2012)
What Are We Eating Today? (2011)
Global Exchange (2011)
Anchored in Abu Dhabi, John Defterios reports on the global economy and emerging markets.
The Crossover (2014)
NBC Sports Network taps the talents of Michelle Beadle, who helped make ESPN's "SportsNation" a ratings winner, and former Fox News anchor Dave Briggs to co-host "The Crossover," a half-hour weekday studio show. As its title hints at -- and despite airing on a sports network -- the show's content is not solely sports-driven; mixed in are top stories from the worlds of pop culture and entertainment, a crossover designed to appeal to viewers who want more than basic sports news and scores. Adding to that element are the personable Beadle and Briggs, who welcome sports and entertainment stars for wide-ranging interviews.
The Artie Lange Show (2012)
Veteran comedian Artie Lange hosts a nationally syndicated radio talk show. The program is a comedic look into the world of sports and entertainment.
180 Days: A Year Inside an American High School (2013)
A yearlong journey follows the lives of teachers and school leaders struggling to keep students on track to graduation at Washington (D.C.) Metropolitan High School, a public school where just 7 percent of students are considered proficient in math and only 19 percent in reading. Principal Tanishia Williams Minor expresses hope that her students can succeed, despite low test scores and a number of other problems. The five students who are profiled give viewers a rare glimpse beyond the test scores and statistics.
Secrets of the Waterside: The Canals of England (2013)
England's canals have long supported rich natural habitats.
Tough Grit: The Rural America Challenge (2012)
Tony Robinson's Gods & Monsters (2011)
Tony Robinson takes a look at the history of belief, superstition and religion in Britain.
Mud People (2012)
A look at a weekend of competition, camaraderie and celebration of Mud.
Pass the Bucket (2011)
In the Fight (2007)
The animated Trollkins follows the adventures of Blitz, Pixlee, and Flooky.
Spiritual Outdoor Adventures (2001)
Dr. Jimmy Sites travels the world on bowhunting adventures.
Sturm der Liebe (2005)
The Millennials (2016)
The young generation that is already taking the world by storm. All this year, Quest Means business has been following the lives of five millennials to find out how they work and live.
Watergate is about the Watergate scandal, which began in June 1972 when five men were arrested for breaking into the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee at the Watergate complex in Washington D.C. The subsequent investigation revealed a cover up initiated by high-ranking White House officials that eventually forced the resignation of President Richard Nixon in 1974.
NASCAR Hall of Fame Biography: Junior Johnson (2010)
Watership Down (1999)
Watership Down is a British-Canadian animated fantasy children's television series, adapted from the novel of the same name by Richard Adams. It was a co-production of Alltime Entertainment of the United Kingdom and Decode Entertainment of Canada, and produced by Martin Rosen, the director of the 1978 feature film adaptation. It was produced with the participation of the Canadian Television Fund, the Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit and the Ontario Film and Television Tax Credit from the Government of Ontario.
What's Going On? (2003)
Global issues through the eyes of children.
Open Call (2004)
Auditions for reality shows.
Wheel 2000 (1997)
Children spin the wheel and solve puzzles.
Road to the CMA Awards (2014)
Country artists nominated for the 2010 honors take part in an exclusive preview of the ceremony.
Modern Collective (2012)
Six surfers set out to alter one's perception of modern day surfing.
Strange Universe (1996)
Unusual and unexplained events from around the world.
When the Whistle Blows (1980)
When the Whistle Blows is an American comedy television series that aired for 10 hour-long episodes on ABC from March 14 to July 20, 1980. The series was produced by Universal Television and starred Dolph Sweet, Doug Barr, Susan Buckner, Philip Brown and Tim Rossovich. It was filmed single-camera style and without a laugh track.
Energy Now! (2010)
A newsmagazine focusing on energy and environmental issues.
Psych: Flashback to the Teen Years (2009)
Race and Rage: The Beating of Rodney King (2011)
King discusses his infamous beating and what has transpired during the ensuing 20 years.
Stunt Dawgs (1992)
Stunt Dawgs is an animated comedic adventure series about a team of stunt performers and their bulldog named Human who also solve problems heroically. The series was produced by Franklin/Waterman Productions and Rainforest Entertainment and co-created by Jeff Franklin, best known for co-producing Full House. It aired from 1992 to 1993.
The Realm (2011)
Preview of the latest Teton Gravity Research productions.
Samuel Blakes (2011)
Legal Cafe (1997)
Answers to consumers' questions; host June Grasso.
Heavy Sedation (2006)
Dramatic and comedic science fiction and suspenseful shorts.
Marco's Great British Feast (2010)
The Native Americans (1994)
The Native Americans is a three-part American television documentary miniseries that premiered on TBS on October 10, 1994. The remaining two episodes aired on October 11 and 13, 1994. Directed by John Borden, Phil Lucas and George Burdeau, the six-hour series explores the history of Native American cultures, with each hour of the series devoted to a particular region of the United States.
Mississippi River Quest (2010)
Engineering Volcanoes (2010)
Exploring the inner workings of volcanoes that can kill thousands, destroy cities and change climate.
The New Explorers (1990)
Team Smithereen (2009)
The Nightmare Years (1989)
The Nightmare Years is a book by William L. Shirer, recounting his pre-WW2 years as a journalist in Nazi Germany.
Endurance Traveler (2010)
Dean Warhaft travels the globe and experiences the endurance sports every country has to offer.
Welcome Home (2015)
Performers including Stevie Wonder, Anita Baker, Neil Diamond, John Fogerty, Peter Fonda, James Ingram, Linda Ronstadt and Jon Voight appear in an Independence Day concert salute to America's Vietnam veterans as part of the "Welcome Home Weekend."
M Countdown Remix (2010)
Nature Adventures with Terri and Todd (2008)
Terri and Todd explore the creatures and landscapes throughout all of nature in hopes of having fun and encouraging others to get out and explore themselves.
The Story of Furious Pete (2010)
Peter Czerwinski is a world record holder in competitive eating, though as a teen he suffered with anorexia.
Riding Britain's Railways (2010)
A unique and revealing history of Britain's railroads and engineering evolution.
Nascar Angels (2006)
Rusty Wallace and top drivers help deserving people across the nation with their car-care needs.
Heroes: Made in the USA (1987)
In the Dust of the Rabbi (2006)
After a young man becomes a Christian, his Jewish father rejects him.
Killer Instincts (2004)
Host Linda Vester.
Start Up (2016)
Documentary series following three new businesses in Wales.
The Newlywed Game (1988)
Railway Adventures Across Europe (1993)
Station Zero (1999)
Station Zero is an American animated comedy television series that aired on MTV for one season in 1999, airing at 6:30 PM. The show followed a group of four young African-American and Latino men who ran a fictional public-access television show called Live from the Bronx, where they watched hip hop videos and critiqued them in a similar manner as Beavis and Butt-head. It was based on A View From Da' Unda'Ground, a comic strip from the same team which ran in The Source from 1991–1994.
Mystic Lands (1996)
The cultures of the greatest civilizations in history are examined.
Jimmy Houston OutDoors (1990)
Jimmy Houston visits unique locations and shares his fishing knowledge.