A child escapes from Poland during World War II and first heads to Greece before coming of age in Canada.
Comedy about one big happy family and their sometimes awkward, often hilarious and ultimately beautiful milestone moments as told by its various members. Of the three siblings, middle child Matt may have just found his true love, his co-worker, Colleen; his coddled youngest brother, Greg, and his wife, Jen, are overwhelmed by the birth of their first child; and the eldest, Heather, and her husband, Tim, are dreading their impending empty nest so much, they're considering having another baby. Their parents are Joan the family's adoring matriarch who would do anything for her kids - as long as she agrees with it - and John, the gregarious patriarch who's searching for ways to soften the blow of turning 70. As the family's lives unfold in four short stories each week, they try to savor these little pieces of time that flash by but stay with you forever, because these moments add up to what life's all about.
Lenny Henry in Pieces was a British stand-up and sketch show by comedians Lenny Henry and Gina Yashere. It aired on BBC One between 2000 and 2003. The show began with two Christmas specials in 2000 and 2001. The 2000 show won the Golden Rose of Montreux award. This was followed up by a six-part series in March 2002. A second and final series consisting of seven episodes began in March 2003. It was followed by The Lenny Henry Show, which also featured sketches. The primary feature of the show is the sketches, although Henry has a brief stand-up section in each episode.
Missing Pieces is an Australian factual television series that screened on the Nine Network in 2009. It was hosted by Peter Overton. Missing Pieces follows the stories of people who embark on a life-changing journey to find someone special who is missing from their lives. It has a similar premise to the successful Seven Network factual television series Find My Family.
A story about difficult choices, tough decisions, entwined lives and parents torn between their children and their hearts. Gulseren comes from a poor background, while Cihans wife Dilara is wealthy. They both gave birth in the same hospital on the same day 15 years ago but a mistake was made that would change their destinies. Having similar surnames, an absent-minded nurse mixed the babies and nobody noticed. As the truth about the children is revealed, fundamental problems arise between the two families because of their totally different lifestyles and economic statuses. However these events bring Cihan and Gulseren closer together. They have inexplicable feelings towards each other that they cannot run away from or ignore.
Newman and Baddiel in Pieces is a sketch comedy television show written by and starring comedians Robert Newman and David Baddiel, produced by Harry Thompson, and broadcast on BBC Two in 1993. A Spin-off from The Mary Whitehouse Experience, the show combined monologues and observational routines from each of the two comedians and character comedy. Its title sequence was an animated version of Munch's painting The Scream, with Newman and Baddiel revealed as the artist's friends in the background, standing near a waterfront theatre in which they were appearing. Audience applause between sketches was frequently accompanied by an animated theatre full of applauding The Scream characters.
Five Easy Pieces is a TVB television series, premiered on 4 August 1980. Theme song "Five Easy Pieces" composition and arrangement by Joseph Koo, lyricist by Wong Jim, sung by Adam Cheng.
Pièces à Conviction is a monthly French investigative journalism TV program that airs on France 3. Elise Lucet has hosted the program since 2000.
Edith Ann: A Few Pieces of the Puzzle was an animated television special created by Lily Tomlin. It was produced by Klasky Csupo. It is not to be confused with a sketch on a late 60's comedy show, Hee Haw or kids show The Electric Company.