Spend a Late Night in with Alan and Justin as they show you their favourite unseen clips and funniest bits from the Friday & Sunday Night Project. Featuring, for the first time ever, top celebrities from the show as you’ve never seen them before, plus extended clips and outtakes that couldn't be shown on TV. All this introduced by showbiz's number 1 golden couple as they spend their own Late Night…in bed together! Good times!
Bell TV (French: Bell Télé), formerly known as Bell ExpressVu, Dish Network Canada and ExpressVu Dish Network, is the division of Bell Canada that provides satellite television service across Canada. It launched on September 10, 1997 and as of 2004 it has been providing "Bell TV for Condos", a VDSL service provided to select multidwelling units (condominiums and apartments) in Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto. Bell TV provides over 500+ digital video and 90 HD and audio channels to, as of May 2008, over 1.8 million subscribers. Its major competitors include satellite service Shaw Direct, as well as various cable and communications companies across Canada, such as Rogers Communications, Shaw Communications, and Vidéotron. The name ExpressVu was contructed for its universal recognition by both English and Quebec speakers. Anglophones and Bell's own English-language advertisements pronounced the name as "express view", while francophones understand "vu" as the past participle of the word "voir", "to see" or "seen".
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Drawn Together is an American animated television series, which ran on Comedy Central from October 27, 2004 to November 14, 2007. The series was created by Dave Jeser and Matt Silverstein, and uses a sitcom format with a TV reality show setting. Like that of The Surreal Life, the show's eight characters are a combination of personalities that were recognizable prior to the series. Drawn Together, however, uses cartoon parodies of stock characters. In addition, their character traits parody personality types that are typically seen in reality TV shows. The characters agreed to live in a house together in a setup similar to that of The Real World. Comedy Central advertises it as the first animated reality show, and in some episodes, characters participate in challenges that are based on reality TV challenges.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Georgina "Georgie" Parker (born 16 December 1964 in Sydney) is an Australian television actress. She grew up in the suburb of St. Ives. Parker attended St Ives North Public School in primary and attended the all-girls' Abbotsleigh School for Girls, in Sydney. She has been married since December 1999 to Steve Worland, the screenwriter of the Fox Searchlight feature film Bootmen (2000). They have a daughter, Holly, born in September 2000. Parker was first seen on Yahoo Serious' Young Einstein, before becoming known on Australian TV through her role as nurse Lucy Gardiner in A Country Practice from 1989 to 1992. She also appeared as Despina, Memo's love interest, in the 90's sitcom, Acropolis Now and young firefighter "Mad Dog" Cartwright in the first season of Fire (TV series).
'One of the great British comedians and all-round entertainers of her generation' Guardian'Bittersweet but scalpel sharp' Radio Times'One of Britain's finest ever performers ... a sublime and unparalleled crafter of words' IndependentVictoria Wood's wit and humour endeared her to millions of TV viewers for over four decades. Writer, producer and actress of television shows such as As Seen on TV and Dinnerladies, Victoria was often voted the funniest woman in Britain.Her rise to stardom, from her early years in Lancashire to the successes of the sell-out shows at the Royal Albert Hall, is sympathetically and honestly portrayed by Neil Brandwood. This meticulously researched and written biography provides an insightful account of the life and career of one of Britain's best-loved comediennes.
Includes The Following Episodes Christmas Who? Procrastination Snowball Effect Survival Of The Idiots Mermaidman And Barncleboy IV Chocolate With Nuts As Seen On TV Pizza Delivery Squeaky Boots Special Features:None Listed.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. XEQ (Channel 9 analog, Channel 44 digital HDTV) is a Televisa flagship TV station, based in Mexico City. In May 2001 was rebranded as "Galavisión" (which should not be confused with Univision cable TV network of the same name in the United States of America). XEQ is repeated on various television transmitters throughout Mexico, often with local ads inserted. The Galavisión schedule is mainly filled with foreign telenovelas, a lot of sports, especially football (soccer) and lucha libre (wrestling), along with gossip shows like NX. On January 3, 2007, Galavisión debuted its first news program, Las Noticias por Adela. Prior to that date, Galavisión offered no newscasts, as Televisa''s news programming could be seen on XEW-TV, as well as its local stations such as XHTV.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Lou Gordon (May 17, 1917 - May 24, 1977) was a television commentator and talk show host, newspaper columnist, radio host, and influential political reporter. Gordon was known as a flamboyant, irreverent, and controversial interviewer, based in Detroit, Michigan. He is notable as host of The Lou Gordon Program, a twice-weekly, 90-minute television show, that was seen Saturday and Sunday nights on WKBD-TV.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Carter Ferguson is a Scottish based fight director and actor, with approximately 400 professional credits appearancesas a fight director and over 140 episodes of the Scottish soap opera River City as Harry Black. Carter recently released a 3 part web series made for Pds. 1000 set in the world Of 28 Days Later. Called "The Rage", the series was "a bit of fun" hommaging Danny Boyle's work. As a fight director he has worked in Scottish film, TV and theatre for 13 years. Ferguson directed fight sequences for feature films including 16 Years of Alcohol with Kevin McKidd, Gamerz, Senseless, and Wild Country. Fergusonn is also the regular fight director at Glasgow's Citizen's Theatre: Hamlet was recently described by The Times as having "the most convincing sword fight seen on stage in years." He recently directed fights on the BBC3 drama Reichenbach Falls, and advised on fights for Buffy the Vampire Slayer and The Gem Merchant with Harvey Keitel.
Whether you've seen him on TV, on his sell-out national tours, or at his own club in east London, you won't be disappointed by Lee Hurst Live at the Backyard comedy Club.It's Lee at his Best, performing his top stand-up in front of a loud and enthusiastic crowd having a great laugh with the big bald bloke.Sit back and laugh yourself hoarse as Lee lets loose with his hilarious opinions and stories on everything from van drivers to the dangers of speeding and asthma!He also reveals more un-broadcast able secrets from They Think It's All over, including the infamous Bob Nudd episode on feel the sportsman. If you haven't seen Lee live, you'll understand why he's one of Britain's most popular and best loved comedians.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rachelle Leah (born August 20, 1984 in San Carlos, California) is an American model and television personality. Leah began modeling professionally at age 18. Before her career began to take off, Leah was studying to become a paramedic. She started out modeling for Ford Motor Company and made appearances on shows such as The View, Carson Daly, and the Nick And Jessica Variety Show. By the age of 19, her photo was seen on a boxing website by the UFC, and she was hired as an Octagon Girl. Leah has appeared on and hosted numerous TV shows such as Spike's Sexiest NYC Bartenders, Spike TV's Women of Action, Casino Cinema, Inside the UFC, and The Ultimate Fighter.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Marketing in schools is a widespread phenomenon in which schools sign contracts allowing certain businesses to conduct marketing activities in school facilities primarily advertising. For example, a school might allow only one brand of soft drink to be sold in vending machines on the campus, in return, the soft drink company would provide compensation to the school (frequently money, but it may provide other compensation as well, such as building new facilities or paying for school supplies). The phrase usually refers to arrangements by elementary schools or high schools, rather than higher education, because this marketing is seen as targeting children, it is very controversial. One example of this is Channel One News, an "educational" TV show shown in schools that shows two minutes of advertising. Channel One is shown in over 11,500 middle and high schools across the United States, reaching 7.7 million students.