Lilaram sells lottery tickets and one customer has hit the jackpot but dies of shock upon finding out that he has won. Now, Lilaram wants all the money, and so does everyone around him.
A man finds himself on the seashore of a deserted island. He finds a copy of the tabloid weekly "Shukan Taishu" next to him. He decides to wait for help while reading the "Shukan Taishu." While reading the tabloid weekly, his mind wanders into delusions. It so happens, that man's greatest skill is the power of his delusions. As time passes, help does not arrive. His mind drifts into his past where he was always waiting.
A fascinating portrait of the maverick Washington journalist who, blacklisted during the McCarthy era, started his own paper (running it for some seventeen years) and became a master political gadfly. Stone himself is a delight: witty, irreverent, forever puncturing the lies he claims it is in the nature of all politicians to tell. Brilliantly edited throughout, the real triumph of the film is the way it intercuts Stone's comments with newsreel footage to demonstrate how much of a point he has.
The men of the The 28th (Māori) Battalion are seen returning to Wellington Harbour from WWII aboard the ship Dominion Monarch after their time spent serving in WW2. Their families wait to greet them with pōwhiri and hākari, whilst those men never to return are also remembered.
Weekly Idol is a South Korean variety show, which airs at 6 PM every Wednesday nights on MBC Every1, MBC's cable and satellite network for comedy and variety shows. The show is hosted by comedian Jeong Hyeong Don and rapper Defconn.
News comedy show, tonight show and chat show all in one, allowing Charlie to return to his comedy roots while being a general nuisance to newsmakers, politicians and other charlatans.
A narrative documentary news program that features one or two of the New York Times’ biggest and most important visual stories each week. The show will follow the stories and the reporters that work on them every step of the way.
Charlie Brooker's Weekly Wipe is a British television review programme created and presented by Charlie Brooker. It is the most recent addition to Brooker's Wipe series, and the first to be broadcast in HD. The programme is an amalgam of the earlier Wipe series, with reviews of current televisions programmes, news events, games, and films. The programme was commissioned by the BBC in November 2012, with six episodes ordered. It began airing on 31 January 2013, and was broadcast simultaneously on BBC Two and BBC HD.
This program -- one of our viewers’ favorites -- brings you the weekly wrap-up of news in the world of entertainment. This year, Entertainment Weekly celebrates its 20th anniversary. Since Park Tae-ho, the program’s executive producer, and Lee So-ra, a famous Korean model, became the emcees of Entertainment Weekly, its rating soared by 7 percent, recording an all-time high in the program’s history. The program’s credibility has enhanced when KBS reporters and producers took charge of its planning firsthand.
HypaSpace was a weekly entertainment news program about the world of science fiction and fantasy, created by and shown on Space, a Canadian cable television station. It had daily and weekly segments. The television show covers movies, television, books, comics and community events. The show has HypaSpace daily shows and HypaSpace weekly shows which sums up the week of news. The series was casual and irreverent. HypaSpace was produced by Simon Evans and Michelle Dudas. There were 260 episodes per year, excluding the first year, which started in May, and the sixth year, as the daily shows were pulled around mid-December with only the weekend edition airing. The daily segments stopped being produced in mid-December 2007, which meant that in its last year, the show had only 26 episodes. There were approximately 1480 episodes of the show. In May 2005, Kim Poirier took over hosting the show, joining original host Jonathan Llyr, now a reporter for the program. Poirier left the show in July 2007. Segments of HypaSpace aired interstitially between Space programs. Llyr hosted the show whenever Poirier was on a break or was ill. He also hosted the HypaSpace podcast, which started on October 7, 2006. Mark Askwith then took over as the host of the podcast.
A weekly recap of global events; presented by Sylvia.
The Illustrated Weekly Hudd is a comedy sketch series that ran on the BBC from 1966 to 1967, starring Roy Hudd. The series incorporated myriad comedic styles, elaborate make-up and costume changes, and a diverse array of locations in order to create a singular visual style. The series featured Doug Fisher, Sheila Steafel, Patrick Newell and Marcia Ashton. Writers included Eric Davidson, Graham Chapman, Dick Vosburgh, and Dave Freeman. It was produced by James Gilbert.
The Idiot Weekly, Price 2d was the first serious attempt to translate the humour of The Goon Show to television. It was made by Associated-Rediffusion during 1956 and was broadcast only in the London area. It combined elements of a sitcom and sketch comedy with Peter Sellers as the editor of a tatty Victorian newspaper, The Idiot Weekly. The headlines of the paper were used as links to comedy sketches. Although written mainly by Spike Milligan, there were many contributions from members of the writers' co-operative Associated London Scripts, including Dave Freeman and Terry Nation, with Eric Sykes credited as the script editor. The series was produced and directed by Richard Lester. It was followed by A Show Called Fred and Son of Fred. The title was revived by Spike Milligan for the Australian radio series The Idiot Weekly.
All Around Performance Horse Weekly is a show about performance horses and the Cowboys/Cowgirls that ride them. This weekly RFD-TV show is hosted by team ropers Sean Koehler, John Klam and Scott Cobb,
Fresh with the Australian Women's Weekly was an Australian television program. It aired for half an hour at 11:30 am on the Nine Network. It was hosted by Pete Evans and Lyndey Milan. The show began in 2000 known simply as Fresh and had screened in various timeslots. The show had in the past been hosted by Jason Roberts and Geoff Jansz.
Aux Weekly was a Canadian television series that focused on the latest headlines in music and entertainment news. Viewers were given an in depth look into the headlines that matter in the world of music. Hosted by Andrew Alba, Melissa Hetu and Barry Taylor, the show explored musical trends and events from indie rockers to the latest chart toppers. Aux Weekly aired on Aux. During its run, Aux Weekly was the only music-magazine program airing in Canada and became a staple for artist interviews and performances.
MTV Hits Weekly Hot30 Countdown is an Australian music television show that first aired on 5 December 2010. It broadcasts on MTV Hits, Today Network radio stations and online each Sunday from 6:00pm – 8:30pm.