The Mississippi: River of Song (1999)

LBJ and Vietnam: In the Eye of the Storm (2002)

President Lyndon Johnson struggles with the country's involvement in the ill-fated Vietnam War.

Red Bull Big Wave Africa (2010)

The massive South African surf hosts the 10th anniversary of Red Bull Big Wave.

Nashville on the Road (1975)

A country music series taped at various amusement parks in North America.

Mussolini: The Untold Story (1985)

Mussolini: The Untold Story follows the Italian dictator Benito Mussolini. The series begins in 1922 as Mussolini gathers his power through the use of his Black Shirt militia. Promoting himself as Caesar reincarnate, Il Duce gains a national fervor that peaks after the Italian invasion of Abyssinia (Ethiopia) in 1935. In 1938, Mussolini attempted to promote peace at a Munich conference. Nonetheless he aligned himself with Hitler and drew his country into World War II. Of course, this led to his country's downfall and his total dishonor.

I Was a Sixth Grade Alien (1999)

I Was a Sixth Grade Alien! is a British/Australian/Canadian live-action/comedy television show following the chronicles of Pleskit, a purple-skinned, blue-haired alien with an antenna positioned on his head. He tries to fit in and make some friends, but due to his strange appearance, he does not succeed very well. He does make one friend, Tim, who is interested in space and aliens. The two friends go through the sixth grade together. During the series, they solve many unusual problems, from a trans-universal portal game to a blue, crying pig creature from Pleskit's home planet. The show started on July 13, 1999, ended on January 10, 2001, and was produced by Winklemania Productions and Alliance Atlantis Communications' children's unit, AAC Kids with the participation of the Canadian Television Fund, the Canadian Film Or Video Production Services Tax Credit, and the Shaw Television Broadcast Fund. The series was based on Bruce Coville's book series of the same name.

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.

The Moxy & Flea Show (1995)

The Moxy Show is an American animated anthology television series produced by Turner Production for Cartoon Network. The show ran on December 5, 1993, originally as The Moxy Pirate Show, and consisted of classic cartoons divided by 3-D animated interstitials featuring Moxy and Flea, respectively a dog and a flea. The show ran on Cartoon Network from December 5, 1993 until 1995, where its finale was the sole episode for The Moxy & Flea Show. Reruns lasted until 2000. It is considered the first original series on Cartoon Network, but due to the production style Space Ghost Coast to Coast is considered Cartoon Network's first fully produced series.

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter (2010)

TV personality Sammi Giancola; actors Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott; TV host Jeremy Wade.

NewsNation with Tamron Hall (2010)

Tamron Hall provides context and informed perspectives on the stories making headlines, examining the impact of news on people's daily lives. In addition, the broadcast features the latest breaking news from around the country and around the world, as well as high-profile interviews with policymakers and celebrities.

Wheel 2000 (1997)

Children spin the wheel and solve puzzles.

Gutted (2010)

A program in which a long-term hoarder has their house emptied of its contents.

Track Rats (2010)

Marco's Great British Feast (2010)

Tennisography (2010)

We the Jury (2016)

Film records a sequestered jury's experiences from their selection through a 12-day trial and to a verdict.

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.

Proxy (2011)

A young woman wakes up in a diner with no recollection of how she got there. A detective investigates a gruesome murder that leads him down a surreal path.

We the Jury (2002)

Viewers are taken inside the proceedings of a real courtroom.

Million Dollar Music (2010)

Searching the world for a Stradivari violin which is a valuable instrument.

The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse and Heckle and Jeckle (1979)

Stars and Stripes (2010)

Celebrities pay homage to the culture of country music and the American West.

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)

California's Golden Fairs (2010)

Travel up and down our great state visiting these fairs, meeting diverse people and seeing all sorts of animals, great rides and attractions.

Welcome to Sherwood: The Story of The Adventures of Robin Hood (2003)

The 1938 movie about the bandit of Sherwood Forest stars Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, Basil Rathbone, Claude Rains, becoming a classic.

Riding Britain's Railways (2010)

A unique and revealing history of Britain's railroads and engineering evolution.

Papal Visit to Fatima: Arrival in Lisbon (2010)

Pope Benedict XVI arrives at Lisbon Portela International Airport.

There's Something Out There (2010)

Filmmaker Caelum Vatnsdal documents the search for Bigfoot near the Norway House community.

Treasure Hunters Roadshow (2010)

Host Andy St. Clair travels to undiscovered locations and reveals each location's treasures.

The New Movie Show with Chris Gore (2000)

The New Movie Show with Chris Gore is a movie review television program hosted by Chris Gore and aired on FX in which a panel of critics shared opinions of newly released films.

PokerStars.net Million Dollar Challenge (2009)

An exclusive promotion gives viewers the chance to play poker on TV for up to $1,000,000 against Team PokerStars pro Daniel Negreanu.

Metro Pro Wrestling (2010)

Independent Kansas City regional professional wrestling.

Starting from Scratch (1988)

A veterinarian's ex-wife decides to come back to live with him and their teenagers.

Styleboston (2012)

A look at fashion, design, and intriguing happenings around the Boston area.

The New Odd Couple (1982)

The New Odd Couple is an American sitcom that aired on ABC from 1982 to 1983, and was an updated version of the 1970s television series The Odd Couple. The New Odd Couple was the second attempt to remake a series of one of Neil Simon's plays with a primarily African-American cast. The first was Barefoot in the Park.

Week in Review (1988)

Top news items of the week.

Mysterious World (1980)

Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World is a thirteen part British television series looking at unexplained phenomena from around the world. It was produced by Yorkshire Television for the ITV network and first broadcast in September 1980.Each program is introduced and book-ended by science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke in short sequences filmed in Sri Lanka. The bulk of the episodes are narrated by Gordon Honeycombe. The series was produced by John Fanshawe and John Fairley, and directed by Peter Jones, Michael Weigall and Charles Flynn. It also featured a unique soundtrack composed by British artist Alan Hawkshaw.In 1980, Book Club Associates published a hardcover book with the same name, authored by Simon Welfare and John Fairley, where the contents of the show were further explored. It featured an introduction written by Clarke as well as his remarks at the end of each chapter or topic. In 1985, a paperback of this book was released by HarperCollins Publishers.The series was followed by Arthur C. Clarke's World of Strange Powers in 1985 and Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious Universe in 1994.

Railway Adventures Across Europe (1993)

Mystic Lands (1996)

The cultures of the greatest civilizations in history are examined.

Real Life (1998)

A common sense approach to Christianity.

Story of a People (1993)

When Nature Strikes Back (2000)

Toughest Military Jobs (2010)

Behind-the-scenes with the toughest jobs on land, in the air or at sea that military has to offer.

Exploring the Unknown (1999)

The paranormal, supernatural, unusual.

Soul Train Awards Red Carpet (2009)

Celebrity interviews from the awards ceremony.

Preaching the Word

Powerful ministers influence the black church's history.

MuMuHug (2010)

MuMu is a creature who lives alone on an island and he loves to hug.

U.S. Open Tonight (2010)

Coverage of all the day's action.

Children's Heart (2009)

Children with life-threatening heart diseases are brought to the United States for surgery.

Theater of the Word, Inc. (2009)

That Morning Show (2009)

Fresh and quirky look at life.

Ceol Tacsi (2001)

Highlights from the Tacsi music series.

True Stories from the Morgue (2003)

The Hanging Gale (1995)

t's 1846 in Donegal (mostly filmed in the gorgeous old town of Ramelton) and the Great famine is in full swing, the Phelan family's trouble start when local landowner Lord Hawksborough appoints a new English land agent, Townsend (played with delicious menace by Michael Kitrchen), who, despite having his life saved by the Phelan's, is very quick to show his displeasure with the way things are being run. Soon matters are at breaking point, with crops full of blight and starvation at the doorstep the Phelan's are on the verge of organising a bloody revolt. It's heart wrenching stuff, the hardships the Irish families faced back then was incredible and The Hanging Gale pulls no punches in its portrayal of the privations faced by the Phelans.

Try My Life (2006)

Children swap roles with their parents, and vice versa.

VIP Passport (2006)

The Hermitage: A Russian Odyssey (1994)

EPL Preview (2003)

Premiership soccer league preview.

Crash Palace (2001)

Revolving around a backpacker hostel in Kings Cross, the show followed the trials and tribulations on a group of young travellers from all around the world.

Moneywise with Kelvin Boston (2000)

Kelvin Boston hosts a financial show for consumers.

Sex, Lies, and Video Clips (1997)

Monster Mania (1988)

Wind Tunnel with Dave Despain (2003)

Since 2003, journalist Dave Despain has provided this forum for motor sports fans to let their voices be heard about auto racing's top stories. You may argue, agree or simply share your opinion by phone or e-mail, so give the country a piece of your mind and vent with a vengeance!

Weather: PM Edition (2001)

Detailed weather forecasts for the following morning and afternoon allow evening viewers to plan their next day's routine. The program also includes a recap of the current day's weather and a preview of evening conditions.

The Great Ships (1996)

Profiles of vessels from throughout history.

The Great War (1964)

The Great War is a 26-episode documentary series from 1964 on the First World War. The documentary was a co-production of the Imperial War Museum, the British Broadcasting Corporation, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and the Australian Broadcasting Commission. The narrator was Michael Redgrave, with readings by Marius Goring, Ralph Richardson, Cyril Luckham, Sebastian Shaw and Emlyn Williams. Each episode is c. 40 minutes long.

Hannah Help Me! (2009)

Life-skills transformation of overwhelmed mothers.

Combat at Sea (1994)

The Human Language (1995)

The difference between human language and that of other species.

Mob Stories (1993)

Four informants and an imprisoned "wiseguy" tell their stories and reveal secrets about America's organized crime families.

Vegetable Soup (1975)

Vegetable Soup is an American educational children's television program produced by the New York State Education Department that originally ran on PBS from September 22, 1975 to December 14, 1978.

Popular Science (1997)

Americana.

California's Green (2004)

Innovations that are helping the state's environmental challenges.

Blake et Mortimer (1997)

Blake and Mortimer is an animated television series, based on the Blake and Mortimer comic book by Edgar Pierre Jacobs.

Wolves Live (2007)

Top Dead Center (2003)

Racing and lifestyle event coverage for motorcycle enthusiasts, plus bike tests and how-to projects.

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

Truth Be Told (2009)

Personal stories are told of people living with often-misunderstood challenges and medical conditions, including insight into compulsive hoarders, sufferers of obsessive-compulsive disorder and plastic surgery addicts.

Blood, Sweat and Tears (1986)

Chubby Checker, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley and Carl Perkins perform with the the rock group.

TBN Presents Living on Course with Casey Treat (1995)

Helping others know what the Bible has to say about important topics, current events, and more.

Top of the Pops (1987)

Blue Frontier (1980)

The Right Side with Armstrong Williams (2013)

A political commentator and nationally syndicated columnist continues in the tradition of the 1994 Republican Revolution.

The Keith Barret Show (2004)

"The Keith Barret Show" is a spoof BBC chat show hosted by Keith Barret (Rob Brydon) who interviews celebrity couples in the hope of finding the secret to a successful marriage (though in fact many of his interviewee couples were not married).

The Kudlow Report (2009)

Journalist Larry Kudlow discusses economic issues and talks to movers and shakers in the economic milieu. He is joined by a group of influential journalists and political pundicts known as Kudlow's Caucus. Kudlow's signature line is "`The Kudlow Report' aims to be right on business, right on America, and right on the money."

The Cup (2008)

The Cup is a new comedy series shot in a documentary style about Bolton-based Ashburn United Football Club and their quest to win the North and Midlands Under 11s Cup in Birmingham. It rapidly becomes apparent that the real story is the selfish and obsessive behaviour of the kids' parents as they try to live their own dreams through their children.

American Photography: A Century of Images (1999)

Racing to America (2009)

Stock-car racing as a motor-sport with international appeal.

CNET News.com (1998)

CNET News is highly respected in the technology world and features articles on computers, cell phones, entertainment devices, and technology in general. It publishes articles on anything imaginable having to do with technology. Free downloads of useful applications for computers and cell phones are available. Reviews range from such diverse subjects as the Apple Watch to BMW's new electric vehicle. Bargain hunters will love the Deals and Promotions section and do it yourself fans will appreciate the How To area. CNET News is available in eight national editions and 7 languages.

The Mouse and the Monster (1996)

The Mouse and the Monster is an American animated series created by Jerry Leibowitz for Saban Entertainment. It centered around a mouse named Chesbro, and a beatnik monster named Mo. The show was originally part of the UPN network's 1996 UPN Kids lineup alongside other Saban-produced shows, such as Bureau of Alien Detectors and The Incredible Hulk. Reruns later appeared on the Fox Family Channel. The show subsequently aired on various Disney Channels in Europe following Disney's acquisition of Saban's library of shows.

Vengeance (2020)

Ugliest House on the Block (2008)

Home makeover show.

The (White) Rapper Show (2007)

Ego Trip's The (White) Rapper Show is an American reality television series created by Ego Trip magazine that first aired on VH1. In the show, ten white rappers compete with each other for the chance at a $100,000 grand prize. The show is based in the South Bronx, with MC Serch serving as the host. At the end of each show, one rapper was eliminated.

World's Most Expensive Rides (2009)

Relatively few can shop for a $150,000 handbag, a $3.2 million dog collar, a $1.4 million dessert, and an $80,000 cocktail; examining who does buy such costly things.

The Wilburn Brothers Show (1963)

Country and western musical performances.

All or Nothing (2002)

Director Mike Leigh and the cast talk about the making of his new film.

The Ultimate Blackjack Tour (2006)

The Fallen Soldiers (2017)

A personal glimpse into the lives of families of the soldiers killed in Afghanistan this year.

Tit for Tat (2009)