A scientist's obsessive jealousy about his wife, a professional opera singer, endangers their marriage.
The story of a young science-writer at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, who risked everything by blowing the whistle on a massive cover-up involving a promising cancer therapy.
Divorce barrister Logan arrives back in London from a trip overseas to find the whole city fogbound. Unable to reach his flat, he books into the exclusive Royal Parks Hotel. Leslie sweet-talks Logan into letting her stay in his suite, and although the pair are attracted to each other, the night passes innocently. On arriving at Chambers, Logan is asked to act as counsel for Lord Rockburn, who is seeking a divorce from his wife. Logan accepts the brief, but then discovers to his horror that Lady Rockburn was a guest at the Royal Parks Hotel ball the previous night, and a cornerstone of the case is alleged impropriety after a maid observed a man leaving her room that morning......
Documentary about middle-class people in Rio de Janeiro, in the 1960s, when Brazil was going through a hard period in its history, with the military coup and the following dictatorship. Interviews with people in the street disclose their fears, aspirations and political alienation.
Some groups of skaters are classified as teams. At Globe there are only riders. Riders who define skateboarding through their unique character and perspectives on their world. Opinion, skateboarding: to each his own.
Tour the home and studio of bass great Billy Sheehan -- five-time winner of the Best Rock Bass Player award in "Guitar Player" magazine's readers' poll -- as he shares insights gained from a lifetime of playing. Sheehan covers such topics as playing by ear, practice techniques and playing with a drummer. He also demonstrates bass licks from 13 hot tracks. Sheehan has played with Steve Vai, David Lee Roth, Mr. Big and many others.
Radically deconstructive in its interpretation of a famous Tarkovsky-sequence, Yasinsky reverses the original order of the sequence and blends it with white noise and hand-drawn sequences. She also ties her act of appropriation in with a suicide scene from Bresson and other, more serene images and sounds.
When Marie St. Clair believes she has been jilted by her artist fiance Jean, she decides to leave for Paris on her own. After spending a year in the city as a mistress of the wealthy Pierre Revel, she is reunited with Jean by chance. This leaves her with the choice between a glamorous life in Paris, and the true love she left behind.
Ivy Fisher is at the top of her game; A whip-smart, devastatingly attractive upstart business owner. She is your typical thirty something, with a stalled personal life and overactive career. But during a crucial investor meeting, Ivy's body begins to fail her. Plagued with an onset of dizziness and a crippling headache, Ivy crashes. Enter Dr. Mark Ryan - a corrupt doctor ready to feed his desire for power, and Ivy is his perfect subject. This rock-hard business woman is now about to confront her mortality. But much to Ivy's shock, she is about to find out that Dr. Ryan, a person she trusts, has the recipe to finally break her.
People give their opinion to the report on the unpopular Dry Law.
Documentarian Fred Barney Taylor crafts a fascinating portrait of Samuel R. Delany, an award-winning, African-American gay author whose credits include everything from science fiction to several issues of the Wonder Woman comic book. Using a range of experimental techniques and borrowed footage from Delany's home movies, Taylor captures his subject's thoughts on racism, violence and his struggles with sexual identity.
Residents, who are evicted from their homes in a designated urban renewal, demonstrate against their removal. The police arrive and attempt to end the demonstration. Death happen that lead to the bigger problem.
The adventures of a blind, gambling masseur and master swordsman. Zatoichi targets a yakuza-controlled village, because war with a neighbouring town's smaller gang is brewing.
In this hilarious one hour comedy special, Kanan Gill squints at a variety of subjects ranging from the difficulty in talking to your parents to The Constitution of India. It's easy to keep it funny. Kanan keeps it real.
Public Opinion was a television entertainment programme hosted by Gyles Brandreth, and produced by BBC Scotland. The game involved six celebrities being faced with four words; the celebrities were asked what word best described one person in the group. The game was divided into four rounds; at the end of the game each celebrity made a decision as to who best represented all the four words. Gossip and revelations ensued until Brandreth revealed who 2,000 members of the general public thought was best represented by the four words.
Inside Opinion was a business news talk show aired on CNBC until c. 1998. Hosted by Ron Insana. Inside Opinion explores issues affecting the markets with movers and shakers from Wall Street and Washington on this live, daily business talk show. Guests, including CEOs, cabinet members, congressional leaders and Federal Reserve governors, share insights that can result in trading opportunities before the day's end.
Second Opinion is an American television series aired weekly on PBS.
Difference of Opinion is an Australian television program that was produced and broadcast by ABC1. It began at the start of 2007, hosted by ex-60 Minutes journalist Jeff McMullen. It is a debating program. Season 1 began on Monday 12 February 2007 and ran from 9:25 pm to 10:30 pm until Monday 7 May 2007. After a nine-week break, the program returned for its second season on Thursday 19 July 2007 running from 9:25 pm to 10:20 pm. In 2008, the program was in some ways replaced by the similar ABC1 program Q&A.
Frank Skinner is joined by two fellow comedians and a studio audience to unpick the week's most talked-about news stories.
Court of Opinions is one of the first Canadian panel discussion television series, airing on CBC Television in 1952.
Shinichi Kanou's father writes novels and his mother illustrates erotic video games, so it's not unsurprising that he'd turn out a fan of comics and science fiction. However, rather than channeling his efforts into creating like his parents, he has instead become one of the world's foremost experts on "moe," with an encyclopedic knowledge of all things cute and adorable in every conceivable form of animation and media. This sort of explains Shinichi's recruitment as an ambassador for moe to the Holy Erudanto Kingdom, a parallel world where things that previously only existed in anime actually exist! How will a hot blooded young otaku react when dropped into a world with actual cute and adorable elf maids and dragons? More importantly, how will they react to this drooling devotee with diplomatic credentials? And even more to the point, exactly why does the Japanese government feel that sending someone to represent Japan's moe interests is a good idea in the first place?