This series presents the definitive history of the Cultural Revolution, its background, and aftermath, blending an incredible array of documentary footage with discussion by Chinese contemporaries, diplomats, and scholars, including Roxanne Witke, the only Westerner to interview Mao’s wife, Jiang Qing.
An exploration at the LGBT rights movement in California before Stonewall. The main purpose of this documentary is to highlight the important role that California has played in both the LGBT rights movement and the recorded creation of the LGBT History.
Revolution focuses on the struggle to survive 15 years after a global blackout.
A dance show that welcomes dancers from all styles and ages to compete and—for the first time on TV—be judged with a 360˚ shot of their most spectacular "Revolution" moment.
Kirarin Revolution is a Japanese shōjo manga by An Nakahara. The series' title is the supposed name of Kirari's debut single. As of August 2007, it runs in the shōjo magazine Ciao published by Shogakukan. It won the 2007 Shogakukan Manga Award for children's manga. The anime adaptation is a Japan and South Korea coproduction, and it premiered on 7 April 2006 in Japan on TV Tokyo and ran for 153 episodes until March 27, 2009. Starting from episode 103, this show aired in High-Definition 16:9 with 3D animation. Its airing time was 18:00-18:30 on Fridays.
By blending history with the portrayal of sex, violence, minorities, women and homosexuality on television, "TV Revolution" touches on some of the greatest and most controversial moments of the small screen.
A three-part docuseries to mark the centenary of the Irish War of Independence, telling the story of the people’s revolution of 1916 to 1922, as it has never been told before. We explore how the rebels drew heavily the revolutionary spirit that swept the world in the first years of the 20th century, reveal the astonishing events that forced Britain’s hand and show how the Irish example had a far reaching impact, causing millions around the world to rise up and demand their right to equality and freedom.
The American Revolution is a 2006 miniseries from The History Channel composed of thirteen episodes which track the American Revolution from the Boston Massacre through the Treaty of Paris, which declared America's independence from Great Britain. The series is narrated by Edward Herrmann.
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Inline skaters, BMXers and skateboarders go head-to-head on a death-defying course. Edge-of-your-seat stuff with Steve-O and Maya Jama.
Revolution is an ITV gameshow hosted by Carol Vorderman, the pilot episode was recorded at Elstree Film Studios on Saturday 31 March. On 29 June 2013, it was announced that the show had been "scrapped" by ITV.
Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand Up Revolution is an American stand-up comedy television series that currently airs on Comedy Central in the United States. On TV the show is rated TV-14 due to language and sexual references. Hosted by comedian Gabriel Iglesias, who is best known for his stand-up specials, the show features new material by both himself-and-coming and established comedians. Each episode opens with stand up by Iglesias before several other comedians show up and start performing, each of whom Iglesias usually introduces them with an encore. The show debuted on October 6, 2011, and is executive produced by Iglesias himself. On March 9, 2013, Comedy Central has picked up season 3 of the show and is set to premiere later in the fall.
Art writer Waldemar Januszczak explores the revolutionary achievements of the Impressionists.
Twenty years on from the invention of the World Wide Web, Dr Aleks Krotoski looks at how it is reshaping almost every aspect of our lives. Joined by some of the web's biggest names - including the founders of Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, Apple and Microsoft, and the web's inventor - she explores how far the web has lived up to its early promise.
The Revolution is an American health and lifestyle talk show with some reality television components. It aired weekdays at 2:00pm on the ABC network from January 16 to July 6, 2012. Created by producer J. D. Roth, the series replaced the soap opera One Life to Live. The series was hosted by Project Runway's Tim Gunn, a consultant on style and fashion topics, fitness trainer Harley Pasternak, designer Ty Pennington, medical consultant Dr. Jennifer Ashton, and therapist/relationship expert Dr. Tiffanie Davis.
Dance Revolution is a television series from CBS and DIC Entertainment, in association with Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc, produced by Brookwell McNamara Entertainment, and based on the video game series Dance Dance Revolution. Originally known as Dance, Dance, Dance!, the series premiered on September 16, 2006 as part of KOL Secret Slumber Party on CBS. The entire series had a focus on promoting fitness and nutrition to children. The series, however, was not renewed after its first season. Its last broadcast was on September 8, 2007. Dance Revolution was taped at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood, California.
Vegas Revolution is a Travel Channel show that goes behind the scenes of the glamorous attractions Las Vegas has to offer. The series includes Vegas Spectacles, Vegas Adrenaline, Vegas Cravings, Vegas Extravagance, and Vegas Retreats.
French Revolution is a documentary about the events that started when a mob of angry Parisians stormed the Bastille and seized the King's military stores forcing the end of feudalism and the rise of equality and a new world order.
Dinosaur Revolution is a four-part American nature documentary produced by Creative Differences. It utilizes computer-generated imagery to portray dinosaurs and other animals from the Mesozoic era. The program was originally aired on the Discovery Channel and Science. Dinosaur Revolution was released to mixed reviews, with some citing the quality of its animation and a lack of seriousness in its tone as reasons for criticism. It was, however, praised for its educational content and general energy.
Restaurant Revolution was an Australian cooking reality television series which screened on the Seven Network in 2015. The show consisted of five teams of one, two, three or four people with a pre-existing relationship competing to turn their vision for a restaurant into a reality. The teams were given the chance to design and run their own pop-up restaurant with viewers able to dine in and experience the food, service and atmosphere. The show was hosted by Scottish-born restaurateur Jock Zonfrillo. Teams are scored and judged by a panel of experts. The industry expert panel consists of Neil Perry (chef and restaurateur), Erez Gordon (front-of-house specialist), John Lethlean (food critic) and Jess Ho (brand strategist). They were also scored on how much profit they made each week.