Grace is on the brink of making a decision that could change the rest of her life after a heated argument with her husband Adam. She's feeling trapped and alone, jealous of her successful friend and bitter about the choices she made. But is she really willing to give up the life she knows for the chance to recapture her dream?
A night of love, intrigue, death and blackmail leaves stage-star Elise Manning's fate at stake in a conflict with the unscrupulous Doctor Gruell. A rejected lover dies in Miss Manning's apartment, and Gurell implies that the death was murder and attempts to blackmail the actress. The climax brings the actress, her fiancé and the dead-man's wife face-to-face in an emotional denouement.
Tiffany loves Michael. Michael loves Tiffany. But he also loves Ashleigh. After Tiffany finds out that he's been unfaithful, she gives him one more chance to prove that he will do right by her. What follows is a wildly hilarious experience that's sure to show the different perspectives of the girlfriend, the boyfriend, and the side chick. Who's right, who's wrong, and who gets even?
A singing insurance investigator comes to Ireland to recover the stolen Blarney Stone...and romance the local policeman's daughter.
A former Interior Security Forces General of 80 years old, and a former Army doctor of 84, go every day to the same coffee shop, to sip quietly their espresso, and to make crossword puzzles, to avoid loss of memory, Alzheimer's disease.
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At the end of his older brother’s wedding in the lush English countryside, a young man struggles to deal with his sexuality.
After the bankruptcy of their father's stonemasonry firm, brothers Nicola and Andrea emigrate to America to restore their fortunes. After many adventures and near-disasters, they end up in Hollywood designing sets for D.W.Griffith and marry beautiful actresses, but tragedy strikes with the arrival of World War I, which finds the brothers fighting on opposite sides...
A man grapples with the consequences of one terrible choice.
Mid sixties British 'slice of life' with Judi Dench
Caroline, a French architect in Vilnius, Lithuania, on business, has to spend an extra night in the city due to a delayed work meeting. At the bar of her hotel she meets Jaakko, a Finnish DJ who is in Vilnius for a gig. Caroline lets him understand that she doesn’t speak English, and Jaakko doesn’t speak French. Although they lack a common language, they find themselves enjoying each other’s company...
Okonokos is a live album and concert film by My Morning Jacket released on October 31, 2006. The album was recorded during the band's fall 2005 Z Tour, over two nights at The Fillmore in San Francisco, California. This is the first My Morning Jacket album for which frontman Jim James does not receive a production credit; he is credited for "concept/story."
The film follows 8 contestants as they compete as part of the Movie Watching Championship, all trying to break the World Record for most consecutive hours without sleep...while watching movies...in the middle of Times Square.
A short documentary about the making of 'Good Morning, Vietnam'.
Morning of the Earth is a classic surfer film from 1971, created by Alby Falzon and David Elfick. The film has a soundtrack created by Australian musicians including Brian Cadd, and is set in Bali, Hawaii and Australia's north-east.
In comedian Johnny Ray Gill's parody of the Universal horror flick, actor Daniel Rubiano has to face the music when he reports to work the next morning.
Funky hard rock upstarts Incubus recorded their album Morning View at a house in Malibu, CA, and in a special event to celebrate the album's release, the group played a special radio concert at the Sony studios in New York City, which had been decorated to look like the house where the album took shape. Incubus: Morning View Sessions is a video record of the group's radio performance, which includes "Nice to Know You," "Wish You Were Here," "Drive," "New Skin," "Stellar," and seven others. Mark Deming, Rovi
"Imagine forty or fifty soldier boys each with a pail of water on the ground before him, sousing and spattering and scrubbing away for dear life..."
Sunday Morning Live is a religious and currents affairs discussion programme. The first series aired on BBC One from July 2010 to November 2010 after the end of the third series of The Big Questions. A second series began in June 2011 and series three started on 10 June 2012. Series four began on 30 June 2013.
America This Morning is an American early morning television news program airing on ABC. The newscast is currently anchored by John Muller and Diana Perez, who also serve as anchors of ABC's overnight news program World News Now. Usually airing following World News Now, it features the day's headlines, live reports from Washington, D.C., national weather and airport impact forecasts, a short SportsCenter update from the late night Los Angeles-based anchors of the ESPN show to account for West Coast scores, and a regular business news segment called America's Money. The program is broadcast live at 4:00 a.m. Eastern Time, and is transmitted in a continuous half-hour tape delayed loop until 10:00 a.m. ET, when Good Morning America begins in the Pacific Time Zone. The program usually airs as a lead-in to local morning newscasts on most ABC stations, although in the few markets where the ABC station does not produce a morning newscast, it may air in a two- to three-hour loop immediately before the start of GMA.
Fox Business Morning was an early morning business newscast that aired on the Fox Business Network from 5-7am Eastern Time. Anchored by Jenna Lee and Connell McShane, it was the first show to be aired on the network when it launched October 15, 2007. Nicole Petallides served as Jenna Lee's original co-anchor before she was replaced with McShane on May 12, 2008. Originally airing as a one-hour program, Fox Business Morning expanded to two hours on May 12, 2008. The second hour of this program replaced the first hour of Money for Breakfast, which in turn, contracted to two hours. Fox Business Morning once again contracted to 1 hour on October 5, 2009 to make way for Imus in the Morning. The show was canceled May 7, 2010 and was replaced by a Best of Imus in the Morning hour at 5am ET, an hour before the live Imus broadcast at 6am ET.
Good Morning Britain is ITV's morning breakfast show presented by Piers Morgan, Susanna Ried, from Monday to Wednesday, and Susanna and Ben Shepard on Thursday and Ben and Kate Garraway on Friday.
Good Morning, Mickey!! is a television series on Disney Channel. It was one of The Disney Channel's first original programs. It featured classic Disney shorts. Although Mickey Mouse shorts, without surprise, were the primary programming, additional cartoons featuring Goofy, Donald Duck, Chip 'n' Dale, Pluto, and others were also shown. It was first aired on April 18, 1983. Its time-slot for its early run was at 7:30 AM Eastern Time, making it the second program of the Disney Channel's 16 hour programming day. It was followed by Donald Duck Presents.
Good Morning Internet is an American web series, which aired on IFC and IFC.com in the United States. Good Morning Internet is a mock morning television show making the transition from broadcast to the internet. The show was produced and filmed in New York City by POYKPAC, a Brooklyn-based comedy troupe.
Sunday morning cartoons have been a part of US television programming since the 1950s, but aired far less than Saturday morning cartoons. At one point, ABC and CBS each aired network cartoons on Sunday mornings.
Good Morning Australia from Network Ten was the name of two different programs. This article is for the breakfast TV show, not to be confused with Bert Newton's morning program. The original Good Morning Australia breakfast television program was broadcast by Network Ten on weekdays from 7:00 to 9:00 am. It debuted on 2 March 1981 with Gordon Elliott and Sue Kellaway co-hosting. Kellaway departed shortly after the program began and was replaced by Kerri-Anne Kennerley, who stayed with the program until the end of 1991 when she was replaced by Sandra Sully, Joy Smithers and then Sandra Sully again. The male co-host position on GMA was filled by Tim Webster, Mike Gibson, Terry Willesee, Webster again, Mike Hammond and Ron Wilson. In 1992, GMA moved to the 6:30 to 8:30 am timeslot, coinciding with the launch of The Morning Show with Bert Newton. The breakfast program competed with the Nine Network's Today and usually placed second in the ratings behind Today. GMA, as a breakfast news program, was cancelled at the end of 1992 and the name was taken over by Bert Newton's morning program. GMA was Australia's first breakfast television program with programs such as Today, Sunrise, ABC News Breakfast and Wake Up following in its footsteps. The genre has also been expanded to Weekends with Weekend Today, Weekend Sunrise and Weekend Breakfast.
Good Morning Australia was a morning Australia TV program hosted by Bert Newton on Network Ten. The program began on 20 January 1992 with the title The Morning Show, changing its name on 1 February 1993 to Good Morning Australia, after the breakfast news program with the same name on the same network had been cancelled a few months earlier. The Newton program was cancelled in 2005 and aired its final episode on 16 December 2005 as Newton moved to the Nine Network. GMA was Australia's first national morning television talk program, unchallenged until 2002 when the Nine Network launched Kerri-Anne.
Good Morning Melbourne is an Australian local morning show aired on Network Ten in Victoria only in between 1981 until 1988, It hosted by Roy Hampson and Annette Allison.
This six-part series follows the adventures of a gibbon expert battling to save Borneo’s threatened wildlife and using a very special radio station to do it. Chanee Brule is a young French zookeeper who has been fascinated by gibbons since childhood. Ten years ago he headed the call of the wild and left France for Indonesia. Determined to save Borneo’s gibbons – the magical singing apes of the forest – from extinction, he is responsible for the biggest gibbon rescue and rehabilitation program in Indonesia. His efforts are boosted by his role as lead DJ on Kalimantan’s most popular radio stations nicknamed “Radio Gibbon”. If that wasn’t enough, he’s in the process of building a new television studio – Gibbon MTV – where wild music and wildlife will collide.
Playhouse Disney Morning is a television block that airs on Disney Channel Middle East from 3 a.m. till 6 45' a.m. GMT but in summer from 3 a.m till a.m. GMT in English, Arabic, and Swedish.
"Good Morning, Mr. Orwell" was the first international satellite "installation" by Nam June Paik, a South Korean-born American artist often credited with inventing video art. It occurred on New Year's Day, 1984. The event, which Paik saw as a rebuttal to George Orwell's dystopian vision of 1984, linked WNET TV in New York and the Centre Pompidou in Paris live via satellite, as well as hooking up with broadcasters in Germany and South Korea. It aired nationwide in the US on public television, and reached an audience of over 25 million viewers worldwide. George Plimpton hosted the show, which combined live and taped segments with TV graphics designed by Paik. John Cage, in New York, produced music by stroking the needles of dried cactus plants with a feather, accompanied by video images from Paris. Charlotte Moorman recreated Paik's TV Cello. Laurie Anderson and Peter Gabriel performed a new composition, "Excellent Birds," also known as "This Is the Picture." The broadcast also featured the television premiere of the video Act III, with music by Philip Glass. The Thompson Twins performed their song "Hold Me Now." Oingo Boingo played its song "Wake Up" to an audience that presumably had recently woken up on the first day of 1984. Others contributing to the project included poets Allen Ginsberg and Peter Orlovsky, choreographer Merce Cunningham, and artist Joseph Beuys.
The story of George Custer, Crazy Horse and the events prior to the battle of the Little Bighorn, told from the different perspectives of two women.