America Undercover is a series of documentaries that airs on the cable television network HBO. Within the series are several sub-series, such as " Autopsy" and " Taxicab Confessions". ...more on Wikipedia about "America Undercover"
American Experience (sometimes abbreviated AmEx) is a television program aired on the PBS network in the United States. The program airs documentaries about important events in American history, many of which have won impressive awards. The documentaries are extensively researched, often taking years to complete. Many programs are accompanied by websites that have more background information on the subjects covered. The show, which is produced by WGBH in Boston, Massachusetts, began airing in 1988, and has had a presence on the Internet since 1995. Early on, the program was called The American Experience, although the "The" is commonly dropped in current usage. ...more on Wikipedia about "American Experience"
Animal Rescue is an TV show hosted and produced by Alex Paen. The show is about people trying to save animals from danger. Animal control officers try to assist animals in unsafe environments and respond other animal related emergencies. It is a two-time emmy nominated show. ...more on Wikipedia about "Animal Rescue"
Behind the Music is a television series on VH1 that ran from 1997 to 2003, and continues to air sporadically with new episodes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Behind the Music"
The E! True Hollywood Story is a TV documentary series on the E! Entertainment Television cable and DBS channel that deals with famous Hollywood celebrities, movies, and TV shows. Among the topics covered on the program include salacious retellings of Hollywood secrets, show-biz scandals, celebrity murders and mysteries, porn-star biographies, and "where-are-they-now?" investigations of former child stars. It frequently features in-depth interviews, actual courtroom footage, and dramatic reenactments. ...more on Wikipedia about "E! True Hollywood Story"
Explorations, powered by Duracell is a documentary TV series that looks into the many aspects of the human life with science, technology and research. ...more on Wikipedia about "Explorations (TV)"
Forensic Files is a documentary show focused on shocking situations involving evidence to help prove the events of them. This show was launched in 2000. The show is broadcasted on Court TV. This show is narrated by Peter Thomas. ...more on Wikipedia about "Forensic Files"
The Great Battles is a documentary television show that tells the stories of various decisive battles throughout history. It is hosted by Mark Jackson, a descendant of the author of The 15 Most Decisive Battles in the World. Episodes include the Battle of Platmy, the Battle of Hastings, the Battle of San Jacinto, and the Vicksburg Campaign. It airs Wednesdays at 10:00 pm ET on PBS. ...more on Wikipedia about "Great Battles"
Healing with Animals is a television documentary series that has heartwarming stories showing the healing benefits of interacting with animals. The first episode of this Discovery Health program, which debuted in Canada February 24, 2003 covered the story of twins Carly and Angela, who have cerebral palsy. Angela's chocolate lab Yogi helps her develop an independent life in high school. ...more on Wikipedia about "Healing with Animals"
Holidays in the Axis of Evil was a documentary series shown on BBC4 in the United Kingdom. In the series, reporter Ben Anderson travelled to all of the countries in the " Axis of evil", Iraq, Iran, and North Korea. ...more on Wikipedia about "Holidays in the Axis of Evil"
In Search Of ... is a TV documentary series that was broadcast weekly from 1976 to 1982. Hosted by Leonard Nimoy, the series conducts "investigations" into such unconventional topics as psychic abilities, UFOs, Bigfoot, and the Loch Ness Monster. Additionally, it features episodes about mysterious historical events such as the Lincoln Assassination, the Jack The Ripper murders, missing persons, cities, and ships (e.g., Amelia Earhart, the Mary Celeste, the lost Colony of Roanoke). Because the show often presents offbeat subjects and controversial theories, each episode's opening credits include a verbal disclaimer about the potentially conjecturable nature of the evidence and theories to be presented. ...more on Wikipedia about "In Search of..."
John Safran's Music Jamboree (or just Music Jamboree) was a light-hearted Australian music documentary television series, hosted by John Safran for SBS television. The program was produced by Selin Yaman and directed by Clayton Jacobson under the production company Ghost of Your Ex-Boyfriend Productions in association with SBS Independent. It screened in 2002, and consisted of sketches and outlandish public stunts, typical of Safran's work. The series won two Australian Film Institute Awards; "Best Comedy Series" and "Most Innovative Program Concept". SBS followed the series up with the similarly styled John Safran vs. God in 2004. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Safran's Music Jamboree"
Meeting of Minds was a variety television series, created by Steve Allen, which aired on PBS from 1976 to 1981. ...more on Wikipedia about "Meeting of Minds"
News Probe (新聞調查) is a documentary television programme in China Central Television that has aired since 1996. It attempts to investigate various news, issues, and scandals, aiming to reveal the social problems and the insufficience of policies. Its Chinese title, Xinwen Diaocha, means "News Investigations". Together with Oriental Horizon (東方時空), Jiaodian Fangtan/ Foucs (焦點訪談)and Tell it what it is (實話實說) News Probe shares the similar reputation in documentary television programmes in China. ...more on Wikipedia about "News Probe"
NOVA is a popular science television series from the USA produced by WGBH Boston. It can be seen on the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) in the United States, and in more than 100 other countries. NOVA is the most-watched science television series in the world. It is also one of television's most acclaimed series, having won every major television award, most of them many times over. In 1998, the National Science Board of the National Science Foundation awarded NOVA its first-ever Public Service Award. Narrators include Neil Ross. ...more on Wikipedia about "NOVA (TV series)"
Panorama is a long-running current affairs documentary series on BBC television, launched on 11 November 1953 and focusing on investigative journalism. The concept inspired the Australian ABC documentary series Four Corners. Richard Dimbleby was the original presenter, during the 1950s and 1960s. His son, David Dimbleby, went on to present the programme in later years. It is currently broadcast on BBC One, normally at 22.15 on Sundays. ...more on Wikipedia about "Panorama (British television series)"
Respect was the name of late 1990s television show produced by Pogus Caesar. Produced for Central/Carlton UK Television, the programmes were based on the achievements of black sports people and featured profiles ranging from Judy Simpson, Lennox Lewis, John Regis to disabled tennis player Diane Bowles. It was the first time that Pogus had produced a sports series, in Respect, he explored the lives of black people who, sometimes facing overwhelming odds, had worked hard to achieve their rightful place within British sport. ...more on Wikipedia about "Respect (television show)"
Seconds From Disaster is a documentary that investigates the worst man-made disasters in modern history, and analyzes the causes and events that led up to each disaster. The documentary features reenactments, interviews, testimony, computer generated imaging (CGI) to deconstruct the sequence of events second-by-second to the audiences. The series is broadcast on the National Geographic Channel, and has a total of 26 episodes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Seconds From Disaster"
See It Now was a television newsmagazine and documentary broadcast by CBS in the 1950s. It was created by Fred W. Friendly and Edward R. Murrow and hosted by Murrow. The show won four Emmy Awards, in 1953, 1954, 1957, and 1958. It also won a 1952 Peabody Award, which cited its ...more on Wikipedia about "See It Now"
"Taxicab Confessions" is a long-running series of no-holds-barred documentaries that air on the cable television network HBO. Set in taxi-friendly cities, such as New York City and Las Vegas, the series features a cast of regulars ( producers) who pose as taxi drivers. When a passenger hails the taxi and enters, they are recorded with small hidden cameras located within the taxi. At the end of the taxi ride, passengers are asked to sign waivers allowing the hidden camera footage to be used on the program. ...more on Wikipedia about "Taxicab Confessions"
The Crocodile Hunter is a wildlife documentary television series hosted by zookeeper Steve Irwin, the owner and manager of Australia Zoo at Beerwah, Queensland, Australia. Irwin is assisted by his American-born wife, Terri. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Crocodile Hunter"
Hollywood Greats was a long-running BBC Television series, which started in 1977. The film critic Barry Norman created a series of in depth profiles on major Hollywood film personalities, in which he interviewed surviving associates and revived a lost age. He later created a spin off series called "British Greats" in 1980. A series of books, entitled "The Hollywood Greats", "The Movie Greats" and "The British Greats", which were authored by Norman were subsequently published to great acclaim. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Hollywood Greats"
The Secret Life of Machines is a television series created by Tim Hunkin and presented by himself and Rex Garrod. In the series they explain the inner workings and history of common household and office machinery. According to Hunkin, the series was developed from his comic strips The Rudiments Of Wisdom which he researched and drew for the Observer newspaper over a period of 14 years. It was originally aired 1988 on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom. Later it was also shown on the Discovery Channel. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Secret Life of Machines"
Transgeneration is an eight episode documentary film depicting the lives of four transsexual college students as they attempt to balance college, their social lives, and their current transitions to a new sex. Unlike many other shows focusing on transgendered persons, Transgeneration attempts to create a more accurate view; focusing less on the medical side of things and more on the people it films as real human beings. ...more on Wikipedia about "Transgeneration"
Legends (aka VH1's Legends) is a music biography television series on VH1. ...more on Wikipedia about "VH1's Legends"
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