Atmospheric, superbly scripted and filled with the unexpected, this remarkable anthology series offers spine-tingling psychological and supernatural tales for younger viewers. Strongly remembered to this day, Shadows is one of the quintessential children’s drama series of the 1970s. Producer Pamela Lonsdale – renowned for many landmark children’s series – assembled an outstanding team of writers for this third series, including Fay Weldon and Joan Aiken, and Liverpool Poet Brian Patten; performers include Joan Greenwood, Clive Swift, Bryan Pringle, Ronald Hines and June Brown. This series also includes The Boy Merlin – the screenplay which was developed into the memorable children’s series of 1979.
Doctor Who star Jon Pertwee is your host in this highly popular, light-hearted panel game which invites viewers to play detective - pitting their wits against a panel of celebrity sleuths to solve a fictitious murder mystery. Devised by comedians Jeremy Lloyd and Lance Percival, the show's brilliantly original formula presents short dramas laden with clues - and a few red herrings - to be pieced together by the panellists who, having grilled the 'suspects', point the accusing finger at the likely felon... As ever, lively repartee is the order of the day among a stellar guest panel that includes Honor Blackman, June Whitfield, Richard O'Sullivan, Sheila Hancock, Patrick Mower, Rodney Bewes, Yootha Joyce and Brian Murphy.
Doctor Who star Jon Pertwee is your host in this highly popular, light-hearted panel game which invites viewers to play detective – pitting their wits against a panel of celebrity sleuths to solve a fictitious murder mystery. Devised by comedians Jeremy Lloyd and Lance Percival, the show's brilliantly original formula presents short dramas laden with clues – and a few red herrings – to be pieced together by the panellists who, having grilled the suspects, point the accusing finger at the likely felon... The star-studded guest panel for this volume includes Mollie Sugden, June Whitfield, Joanna Lumley, Bill Maynard, Magnus Pyke, Rodney Bewes, Diana Coupland, Nerys Hughes and Victor Spinetti – alongside series regulars Liza Goddard and Patrick Mower.
As founding cast members of hit television show Gogglebox, Leon and June won the hearts of a nation with their warm humour and unending love for each other.When Leon sadly died at Christmas 2017, Gogglebox viewers were bereft, calling for a state funeral for our national treasure. In this touching memoir she looks back at all of the laughter and love they have shared together; letting us in on the secrets to a truly happy marriage in this wonderful celebration of two lives well lived.Together for 63 years, coming to terms with life without Leon has been a difficult process for June. But the many treasured memories of their marriage will never leave her. From when, aged 18, she first laid eyes on Leon at teacher training college in 1955; their journey to marry when their parents disapproved; happy recollections of 1960s Liverpool; to building a loving home and family together before finding fame as pensioners.Firm favourites of Gogglebox, they were loved for their gentle teasing, Leon's cheeky gags and humorous rants, and June's unerring patience and caring touch. Leon and June have experienced their fair share of highs and lows, but they always got through everything together. As Leon always said, 'As long as June's here, I'm all right.' 1. Language: English. Narrator: Rhian Morgan. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/053594/bk_adbl_053594_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
On June 19, 2001, Ryan Corbin, grandson of Pat Boone and son of Lindy Boone Michaelis, accidentally stepped through a skylight and fell three stories onto a cement floor. As Ryan lingered between life and death in intensive care, Pat and Lindy decided to take action in a big way: They went on Larry King Live, shared their faith, and asked millions of TV viewers to pray for Ryan. Heaven Hears is the amazing story of what happened next. You won't want to miss this story of tragedy and triumph from the Boone family. It's a story of the immovable faith of a mother, the incredible power of prayer, and the undeniable evidence that heaven hears us. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Lindy Boone Michaelis. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/oasi/001247/bk_oasi_001247_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The main purpose of the study was to determine the exposure habit of farmers to radio and television and to determine the effectiveness of radio and television in the dissemination of agricultural information as perceived by farmers. Data were collected from randomly selected 100 radio listeners and 100 television viewers through personal interviewing during November 2007 to June 2008. In case of radio, among seventeen selected radio broadcasted national and regional farm programs, farmers were more or less exposed to only eight programs. Among the eight programs shamol Sylhet (regional) ranked first followed by desh- amar- mati- amar (national program), ajker chasabad (regional program) and so on. From overall consideration most of the respondents (85%) had low to medium exposure to radio broadcasted farm program. Among the entire farm programs broadcasted through radio, farmers preferred to know the information related to market value of agricultural product followed by questioning- answering and so on. In case of television among the selected five farm television program broadcasted through five satellite channels (BTV World, Channel-I, Banglavision, Rtv and ATN Bangla).
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Mock the Week is a British topical celebrity panel game, hosted by Dara Ó Briain. The game is influenced by improvised topical stand-up comedy, with several rounds requiring players to deliver answers on unexpected subjects on the spur of the moment. It is made by independent production company Angst Productions and made its debut on BBC Two on 5 June 2005. The programme returned for an eighth series of seven episodes in January 2010. Episodes regularly attract 3.5 million viewers. Another series has been commissioned. Created by Dan Patterson and Mark Leveson, the same people responsible for the comedy game show Whose Line Is It Anyway? Some games past and present are rather similar to games in Whose Line Is It Anyway? particularly past games such as Dating Games and Ask the Politicians. The show's theme music is "News of the World" by The Jam.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! El Chavo,in full El Chavo del Ocho (Spanish for "The Kid from the 8"), is a Mexican television show that has gained a great amount of popularity in Spanish-speaking Latin America as well as in Spain, Brazil, United States, and other countries. It focuses around the adventures and tribulations of the title character, an orphan, played by the show's creator, Roberto Gómez Bolaños, and other inhabitants of a fictional apartments building, or as called in Mexico, vecindad. The show traces back to June 20, 1971, where it appeared as a sketch in the "Chespirito" show, broadcast on Mexico's channel 8. In 1973, El Chavo moved to Televisa and became a weekly half-hour series. The show was cancelled in 1980, but shorts were still produced in Chespirito from that year until 1992. At its peak of popularity during the mid-1970s, El Chavo, having 350 million viewers worldwide, was the most-watched show in Mexican television. The frequent occurrence of Mexican idiomatic expressions makes El Chavo very hard to translate into other languages. An exception is the Portuguese language which is very similar to Spanish.
Jeanette Nolan (December 30, 1911 June 5, 1998) was an American actress, born in Los Angeles, California. Miss Nolan was a graduate of Abraham Lincoln High School in Los Angeles. She began her acting career at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California, and, while a student at Los Angeles City College, made her radio debut in 1932 in Omar Khayyam, the first transcontinental broadcast from station KHJ, and continued acting until the 1990s. She made her film debut as Lady Macbeth in Orson Welles's 1948 film Macbeth, based on Shakespeare's play of the same name. Despite the fact that she and the film received withering reviews at the time, Nolan's film career flourished in largely supporting roles. Viewers of film noir may know her best as the corrupt wife of a dead (and equally corrupt) police officer in Fritz Lang's The Big Heat. Her final film appearance was in Robert Redford's The Horse Whisperer as Robert Redford's mother