Megadrive follows comedian and horrible driver Johnny Pemberton as he travels around the country learning to use and abuse some of the biggest, craziest, most dangerous vehicles the world has ever seen.
Bill Granger brings to life his passion for cooking in the same relaxed, stunning style of his cafés and books. Filled with no-fuss recipes using easy to find ingredients, Bills food ensures that everyone can prepare his appealing and delicious food. Bill shows how to cook meals for every occasion, whether it's breakfast or a barbecue, mid week meals or that special dinner party for family and friends.
Help! My House is Falling Down is a Channel 4 show hosted by Sarah Beeny. She and her team of experts travel around Britain looking for homes that need urgent repair. The show dispenses advice on what constitutes a minor or major repair, and follows the work done. The show first aired on 10 August 2010, and saw Sarah Beeny visit six residences around Britain. In episode one, a couple were desperate to save their 250 year old cottage in Northampton from woodworm, erosion, flooding and brick-eating bees. The second episode involved Sarah rescuing an Essex home from sludge, sewage, rats and black mould. Sarah headed to Hull for the third episode in which troublesome tree roots caused massive cracking to internal walls of a beautiful Victorian property. In episode four, a young couple from Brighton battled with disintegrating walls and chronic damp. Fareham played host to episode five, and Sarah attempted to rescue a house that was sinking into the ground. Add to that a failing roof, shifting floors and sewage problems, and this 16 room Georgian house proves to be a very large challenge. In the final episode of the season, Sarah helps a couple in Staines who returned from their honeymoon to find burst pipes and extreme flooding.
Hospital 24/7 is a medical documentary series broadcast in the United Kingdom on BBC One. Filmed at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff, Wales, the third biggest hospital in the UK, the series follows the professional dramas at the hospital, portrays the real-life sagas of the people who work there and shows some of the biggest challenges facing the NHS.
High Finance is a quiz show created and hosted by Dennis James which aired on CBS from July 7 to December 15, 1956. It followed Gunsmoke on the CBS schedule. High Finance aired at 10:30 p.m. Saturdays opposite NBC's Your Hit Parade. On the program, contestants answered questions about current events. The player would be asked five questions based on three newspapers which he or she studied before the show. Each correct answer earned $300. Three correct answers allowed the player to play the "investment segment" in which he or she wagered any amount of the money won on answering a question. A correct answer won the wager and a prize, plus the option to risk any prizes won and return the next week to play another "investment segment" or keep any prizes won and leave the show. A fourth win would earn that player his or her "dream prize", such as a miniature golf course or a restaurant. A fifth successful "investment segment" won that player an additional $75,000.
Truth Be Told is a captivating TLC documentary series taking viewers into the lives of people who face day-to-day challenges coping with various illnesses, addictions and afflictions.
Former professional footballer and young offender Ian Wright is on a personal mission to help young offenders at Portland Young Offenders Institution create and participate in their own football academy.
Half Pint Brawlers is a wrestling company and television series. The company is considered the craziest and also the top midget wrestling company in the country. Known for controversy and also for their hardcore wrestling style, they often use staple guns, thumb tacks, broken bottles, and barbed wire in their matches. They got a fraternity kicked off of campus for one of their politically incorrect shows, and have been banned from performing in certain states. The company is made up of Puppet "The Psycho Dwarf" who runs the company. Little Kato "The Dwarf Destroyer" is the veteran of the group and he almost dies in the very first episode. Beautiful Bobby is Kato's long-haired brother known for his high-flying style. Turtle is the rookie of the group and the fellow emcee. Madd Mexx is known as "The Immigration Sensation". Teo is the smallest Extreme Athlete who causes the most problems in the group and stands in at 3 ft 10 in. Spyder Nate Webb is the only tall guy in the group and also acts as an announcer. Spike TV aired the first season of the series following the Half Pint Brawlers in 2010. During the first season of the show, the Brawlers performed shows at a maximum security prison, on Bourbon Street, at a redneck festival, and a show with Luchadores in Mexico. The show was produced by the Lumberjack Crew and Idea Factory production companies.
Members of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission invite you to join them for the ride as they defend against the many ecological threats facing our planet's future. See environmental crime enforcement like you've never seen it before. Watch as the FWC rolls out specialized equipment and a team of highly trained law enforcers who will wage a war against reckless citizens who abuse and threaten Florida's natural preserves.
The Hairy Bikers search for Britain's best cooking family. The show includes cooking challenges for the competing families, plenty of foody tips and chat, and a celebrity guest.
I Used To Be Fat is an MTV reality series that follows overweight teens striving to achieve weight loss through means of diet and exercise. Each episode follows one teenager who is paired with a motivational personal trainer. A trainer teaches them new exercise and eating habits over the next few months while offering emotional support. Documented students share their personal trials and tribulations in the series. Several episodes of the show have covered a high school student's last summer before college. These students expressed a desire for a metamorphosis before they start their new lives away from home.
MTV brings the extreme sport of Parkour to TV with some of the most prestigious traceurs (or free runners) from the World Freerunning & Parkour Federation to complete various courses in the quickest time with flow/style and awards one lucky winner a $10,000 prize.
Famous and Fearless is a reality television game show series in which 8 celebrities competed in extreme sporting events to win money for their respective chosen charity. It aired in January 2011 on Channel 4 and was presented by Chris Evans and Clare Balding with Jack Osbourne appearing alongside them as a guest in most shows. The commentator of the events was Nick Fellows. The winner was Charley Boorman. The live part of Famous and Fearless was filmed in the Liverpool Echo Arena, where all the Head to Head's and other events happened before an audience.
Boom! was an American reality television series that aired on Spike TV in 2005. It featured a group of demolition experts using explosives to destroy objects such as trailers, houses, boats and cars. Often, the suggestions on what should be blown up were sent in by home viewers via a "BOOM! Mailbag". Each episode covered obtaining the materials, cleaning, gutting, and rigging the thing with explosives, and then making the final countdown and pushing the detonator, and watching the devastation.
A&E presents "Strange Days with Bob Saget", a real-life series that busts down barriers to investigate some of America's most fascinating subcultures and corners of society. Documenting his journey around America, Saget immerses himself in different unusual cultures. Known for his roles in "Full House," as the host of "America's Funniest Home Videos," his edgy stand-up comedy routines and his guest starring turns on "Entourage," Bob Saget definitely has a unique view of the world. Bob will ride on a Harley (well, in a sidecar) for 1,200 miles with hardcore bikers to get accepted into their club, search for Bigfoot with Bigfoot hunters, navigate becoming a professional wrestler, search for the true Las Vegas through the eyes of three different groups of people, rush a fraternity at Cornell University, and train to be a counselor at a sleepover camp for 11-14 year old kids.
Live to Dance was a United States television reality program and dance competition on the CBS network. Dancers from all over the country auditioned for Live to Dance in "specially constructed Dance Domes". Resembling the British dance competition series Got to Dance, the show was first shown on January 4, 2011, and was headlined by the American Idol judge Paula Abdul as lead judge with Andrew Günsberg as host. Judging alongside Abdul were Kimberly Wyatt, the former member of Pussycat Dolls, and Michael Jackson's long-time choreographer Travis Payne. The show was intended to rival So You Think You Can Dance and unlike most other reality shows, allowed dancers of all ages to compete. The series was not renewed for a second season. An Australian version was filmed in 2011.
The Kate Smith Show is a half-hour variety program which aired on CBS television from January 25 to July 18, 1960. The program features singer Kate Smith and the Harry Simeone Chorale.
Iron Chef Australia is an Australian cooking show based on the Japanese show Iron Chef, as well as its American adaptation Iron Chef America. The program is a sort of culinary game show, with each episode seeing a challenger chef competing against one of the resident "Iron Chefs" in a one-hour cooking competition based around a theme ingredient. The show was put into production by the Seven Network mainly to capitalise on the success of the Network Ten cooking show MasterChef Australia, and is produced by that show's current production company Shine Australia. It premiered on Seven on 19 October 2010.