A woman must fly back to her hometown when her Alzheimer's-stricken mother wanders into a blizzard. The return home forces her to confront her past.
Yuzuka Hanami is a young, carefree girl who lives the most ordinary life imaginable. Although her father works around the clock and her mother is rarely home, she still enjoys herself and strives to be an excellent student. Miton, on the other hand, is an alien life-form with the ability to transform his master into a magical girl, a warrior who fights evil wherever it may appear. However, there are not as many enemies as there used to be, so Miton has been out of work for a while. Starving and homeless, he has taken up residence in a pile of garbage. As Yuzuka walks past him one day, Miton seizes the opportunity to offer his services to the young girl. Yuzuka reluctantly agrees, but when she transforms into a magical girl and discovers that her outfit is a swimsuit, she begins to have second thoughts about what she has gotten herself into!
If I Had You is a British television movie featuring Sarah Parish, Poppy Miller, and Paul McGann. Parish stars as the police detective Sharon Myers who moves from a big city back to her small hometown and investigates a murder. It was first broadcast on 7 May 2006 on ITV. The programme was also broadcast in the United States on BBC America on 25 July 2006.
Before Women Had Wings is a 1997 television film, based on the story by Connie May Fowler about a mother whose abusive husband commits suicide, and she starts to violently abuse her two daughters. It is only then that a kindly woman becomes good friends with her youngest daughter, who therefore escapes the harsh realities of life.
It Had to Be You is an American sitcom starring Faye Dunaway and Robert Urich. The series premiered September 19, 1993 on CBS. It centered on Dunaway's character, a Network-like businesswoman, who hires blue-collar Urich to do some carpentry work at her Boston office, and their ensuing romance. Music by Stephen James Taylor. The theme song was the 1924 hit "It Had to Be You" written by Isham Jones.
Hadleigh was a British television series made by Yorkshire Television which originally ran from 1969 to 1976. Developed by Robert Barr, it was a sequel to the writer's earlier Gazette for the same company. The theme music was composed by Alan Moorhouse and, from series 3, Tony Hatch. James Hadleigh played by Gerald Harper, was "the perfect squire, paternalistically careful of his tenantry's welfare, beloved in the village, respected in the council." A "knight in a shining white Aston Martin V8, he sets about correcting local injustices." His wife, from a lower-class background, was played by Hilary Dwyer. The series attracted around 17 million viewers at its peak.
Charlie Had One But He Didn't Like It, So He Gave It To Us is a Canadian comedy television series which aired on CBC Television in 1966.
Hadrian is a Bafta Cymru-winning 2008 BBC Television documentary film in which Dan Snow follows the travels of the Roman Emperor Hadrian.
Hadley! was a short lived Australian talk show which aired on the Australian subscription television news channel Sky News Australia and was hosted by commentator Ray Hadley who discussed current political and social issues with guests. The program premiered on 16 November 2010 and lasted for four episodes. The program was broadcast live across the country from Sky News' Sydney studio in Macquarie Park and aired Wednesday evenings between 8:15 and 9:00 pm. The format of the program consisted of a brief introduction by Hadley followed by an interview with a current federal politician. This was followed by the segment 'thumbs up or thumps down' where Hadley and one of his guests, usually a journalist, posed pre-written questions to each other where they either agreed or disagreed. The final segment consisted of Hadley and either one of two panellists discussing political and general issues. The show closed with a parody song recorded by the Robertson Brothers. Hadley resigned from Sky News Australia on the eve of program returning in 2011 reportedly due to 'differences' and staff not wanting to work with him.
Covert One: The Hades Factor is a made-for-TV thriller filmed in Toronto that first aired in 2006. Directed by Mick Jackson, the miniseries is loosely based on The Hades Factor, a 2000 novel written by Gayle Lynds as part of the Covert-One series created by Robert Ludlum.
The evolution of the modern naval warship, from the days of wooden vessels under sail to today's nuclear-powered aircraft carriers, submarines, and missile cruisers.