Camera follow teams of High Court Enforcement Agents, dealing with the execution of High Court Writs.
On a night in London in 1946, newspaper reporter Ellen McGillivray arrives at the home of legendary literary figure, Herbert George Wells. Expecting to hear of the events and people who formed his prophetic imagination, she is informed of a world in which known scientific boundaries no longer exist. It begins a half-century earlier at London's Imperial College of Science where Wells meets Jane Robbins, a scientist equally fascinated by unnatural phenomenon, and a woman who immediately captures Wells' heart. Through midnight experiments and secret investigations into the paranormal, through the follies of chance and the miracles of fate, Wells and Robbins find themselves slipping into whirlpools of time, both past and present.
Mai Yururi decides to get rid of her old books, memorabilia, furniture and clothes. Everything around her room, except the basic necessities. Her friend visits her place and is shocked that her place is empty. Mai realizes how good it feels to get rid of clutter.
Gregg Wallace and Chris Bavin with the assistance of dietician Lucy Jones are on a mission to help different families around Britain to save money, sort food facts from food fiction and eat better for less.
Get Well Soon was a short-lived 1997 BBC television comedy series starring Matthew Cottle and Eddie Marsan. Lasting only 6 episodes, it was about the everyday lives of a group of patients, doctors, nurses and other staff at a National Health Service hospital during the post-World War II period. The show aired once a week between 2 November and 7 December 1997. The show was based on the meeting of Ray Galton and Alan Simpson, the writers of Steptoe and Son, in a Tuberculosis sanatorium in 1947.
Didn't They Do Well is a short-lived BBC television quiz show presented by Bruce Forsyth that ran from 15 January to 18 March 2004. It consisted of archive television clips, many of which were from previous quiz show episodes, in which modern day contestants were shown a question and then asked to answer it. Its title was one of Forsyth's catchphrases when hosting The Generation Game in the 1970s and again in the 1990s.
Balance: Television for Living Well was a Canadian television series, which aired on CTV beginning in 2004. Hosted by Dr Marla Shapiro, the program was a daily magazine-style talk show on health and lifestyle issues such as physical fitness, nutrition and physical and mental health. It was aired on the main CTV network daily for four years. Approximately 280 episodes were produced. The series was also sold internationally and had second-tier airing on the One specialty channel. The series was produced for CTV by S&S Productions, executive produced by Jordan Schwartz and David Smith. Supervising Producer was Rosemary Vukmanich.
Lee Nelson's Well Good Show is a British comedy sketch show, written and presented by Simon Brodkin, and produced by Avalon Television for BBC Three. It features Brodkin hosting a studio based show as his comedy character Lee Nelson, a happy-go-lucky chav, and also features television sketches of Brodkin's other comedy characters.
Lee Nelson's Well Funny People is a British television comedy series starring Simon Brodkin produced by Avalon for BBC Three.
Witness dramatic reunions of people whose lives crossed at pivotal moments. Each episode introduces us to two people who were affected by momentous events in American history. We follow them on a journey of detection as they look for a long-lost friend, family member or significant stranger.
It's 1943 and the American Air Force has come to Market Weatherby, a small East Anglian town. The war weary British and the brash American GIs sometimes clash, but friendships are also forged.
We'll Get By is a short-lived American television sitcom that aired on the CBS network. The series was created by Alan Alda and ran for twelve episodes from March 14, 1975 to May 30, 1975.
Raymond Blanc believes becoming a good cook is all about mastering the basic techniques. Raymond taught himself to be a Michelin star chef. But first, he had to understand what happens to food when you cook it different ways. Once you know what is happening when you roast, fry, poach etc then you can cook anything. After forty years of trial and error, Raymond wants to share what he has learnt. Each week he takes a different technique and shows five delicious dishes using that technique. The recipes range from simple to ambitious and Raymond delivers it all in his easy, warm, inimitable way.
We'll Take Manhattan is an American television comedy show that debuted on April 30, 1967. It only lasted one episode. It followed a young lawyer, Lucas Graystone, as he attempted to help a 140-year-old Native American and his tribe, reclaim Manhattan.
We'll Think of Something is a British sitcom that aired on ITV in 1986. Starring Sam Kelly, it was written by Geoff Rowley, who had also written episodes of Birds of a Feather and Goodnight Sweetheart. It was made by Thames Television and was directed by John Howard Davies.
Join the WellieWishers as they imagine, sing, dream and discover just what it takes to be kind. When the WellieWishers step into their colorful garden boots, they’re ready for anything – stomping in muddy puddles, dancing with fireflies and navigating the ins and outs of friendship through play and imagination.