John-John is the best party promoter in Ibiza. He's responsible for the wildest parties ever. A party fixed by John-John is bound to be a success, and everyone will queue to get on the guest list. The former party prince among the jet setters in Paris, Charles de Poulignac, is therefore in no doubt about where he should go in order to revenge his former clients. He flies to Ibiza, where he hopes to make an alliance with John-John, and put an end to life as persona non grata in Paris, and again take his place as the party prince of Paris. Written by HardHouseClubber
The Space Squad returns in the sequel to the original Space People. When Captain Vek Tempus is framed for an assassination attempt on the galactic president, he's forced to go on the run and return to the planet Earth. As he and his crew attempt to clear his name, they come into contact with enemies both old and new-but-strangely-familiar.
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President Vasily Goloborodko is in power for almost half a year. The economic situation in the country had deteriorated: prices are rising and the national currency has depreciated. People's confidence in the President is rapidly falling. To stabilize the situation in the country Goloborodko needs to get financial assistance from the IMF in the amount of 15 billion euros, which can be provided, if reforms and anti-corruption laws will be introduced in Ukraine.
An impressive roster of dancehall and reggae stars come together to share the stage for the 11th annual "Unite the People" concert held in Kingston, Jamaica, to raise money for charitable causes in the city and neighboring parishes. In this second volume of performances from the celebration of regional unity, featured artists include Marcia Griffiths, Freddie McGregor, Maxi Priest, Tinga Stewart and Chrisinti.
The second of two coproductions by the British Broadcasting Corporation and the National Film Board of Canada, People of the Seal, Part 2: Eskimo Winter is compiled from some of the most vivid footage ever filmed of the life of the Netsilik Inuit in the Pelly Bay region of the Canadian Arctic. Together, the two films provide insight and understanding of a culture now almost vanished, as they show the incredible resourcefulness of the Netsilik (People of the Seal) who have adapted to one of the world's harshest environments. Part 2: Eskimo Winter shows how Inuit families gather in communities on the sea ice to harpoon seal as they come up through breating holes in the ice. Also seen is the mid-winter season, a time of intense socializing in the communal igloo, with games, contests and ceremonial activities.
Three couples deal with problems in their sex lives that threaten their marriages. A wife discovers that her husband has been unfaithful, a couple argue about having children, and a couple realize that the spark has left their marriage.
In 1976, Tony Wilson sets up Factory Records and brings Manchester's music to the world.
Genesis also shows us how God is at work in the lives of the Patriarchs, introducing us to Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Joseph, and setting the scene for the next book – Exodus. This time it’s all about Moses and the Israelites’ harrowing escape from Egypt. Let My People Go [Exodus] begins with the story of baby Moses being plucked from the river by Pharaoh’s daughter, saved so he could grow up to lead God’s people out of Egypt. He meets God in a burning bush, witnesses the miraculous parting of the Red Sea and wanders in the desert. It’s there that the Lord makes a covenant with his people and gives them a new set of rules, the Ten Commandments. The book of Exodus is all about salvation and redemption – what they are and why we need them!
Fresh off the biggest independent wrestling show of the last 30 years at Wembley Arena, PROGRESS returns to Manchester with its unique brand of strong-style, punk rock pro wrestling.
Richard Bacon counts down the 100 most irritating people with celebrities, pop stars and politicians all in the running.
American citizens who are normally marginalized, forgotten and left to fend against toxic dumps and other violations, come to understand that the only way to survive and save their communities is to challenge the system head-on.
A fragmented view of contemporary Spain, drawing conclusions about the persistence of the human condition, strangeness, and the chaos within relationships.
Documentary film on events that happened on August 28th in African-American history, shown at the Smithsonian African-American History Museum.
"GORDOS" is a comedy about life's excesses and deficiencies; about our insecurities, phobias, obsessions, traumas, mistakes, fears, blame, desires, hopes, challenges, concessions, goals, relationships, love, sex, health, family... about survival in the widest and "largest" sense of the word.
Black Light Dreams - 25 Years of the Famous People Players, Toronto
"Funny People" is packed with scenes which will make you double up with laughter! What would you do if you were walking along the street and a cute little lady rushed up to you and gave you a smashing kiss, as if you\'d known each other for years? And how does one remain cool as a cucumber when you\'re busy with an important audition and the chair you are sitting on gets hotter unitl you have to jump up in discomfort to save your behind? Then there is the case of the bank note sticking out from under the wheel of a car. People will always be human and no-one will walk past without trying to pull it out, even if the mudguard comes off or the hooter suddenly starts blowing. The antics to get this note out will make you laugh until tears roll down your cheeks!
When Brian's new girlfriend, a stand-up comedian, suddenly disappears, he enlists the help of his broken-hearted best friend and imaginary characters from a cliché romantic comedy to find her.
Don't miss this exciting second episode of the Dezert People series. Packed full of breath taking on-board shots, insane ground camera angles, close calls & crashes, high speed helicopter footage, and much more...
The Most Annoying People of 2006 was broadcast on BBC Three on 27–28 December 2006 and narrated by Richard Bacon.
The Most Annoying People of 2009 was broadcast on BBC Three on 27–28 December 2009 and narrated by Richard Bacon.
The Most Annoying People of 2008 was broadcast on BBC Three on 27 & 29 December 2008 and narrated by Richard Bacon.
The Most Annoying People of 2007 was broadcast on BBC Three on 22–23 December 2007 and narrated by Richard Bacon.