Lucky Stars Go Places, also known as The Luckiest Stars, is a 1986 Hong Kong action comedy film directed by Eric Tsang. It is the fourth film in the Lucky Stars series. It was an attempt to combine the original Lucky Stars troupe with the similar action comedy ensemble from the Aces Go Places series.
Scariest Places on Earth is an American paranormal documentary reality television series that originally aired from October 23, 2000 to October 29, 2006. The program was produced by Triage Entertainment for the Fox Family Channel, which is now ABC Family and owns the rights to the show. The show featured reported cases of the paranormal by sending an ordinary family to visit the location in a reality TV-style vigil.
Going Places is an American situation comedy that aired on ABC from September 21, 1990 until March 8, 1991. The show was created and executive produced by Robert Griffard and Howard Adler, and developed and executive produced by Thomas L. Miller and Robert L. Boyett. Going Places was produced by Miller-Boyett Productions in association with Lorimar Television. The series was broadcast in Germany under the title Zwischen Couch und Kamera, airing on TV.München from 1993 to 1994.
Get up close and personal with avalanches, fiery volcanoes and other natural cataclysms, and learn why some choose to live in their destructive paths.
Going Places was an Australian television series broadcast by the Nine Network in late 2007. It consisted of 8 half-hour-long episodes. Australian actor Sue McIntosh narrates the series, while her husband, John McIntosh, produces.
Places Please is an American variety show series that aired during primetime on the CBS Television Network from August 16, 1948 to 1949. Hosted by Barry Wood, each episode was fifteen minutes long and aired on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, with the other fifteen minutes occupied by local programming.
People and Places is a Canadian children's television series which aired on CBC Television from 1961 to 1962.
In this investigative series, Stacey Dooley travels to Turkey, Russia and Brazil to meet young people who are trading on their looks and sexuality for a living.
Building on what fans already love about “It’s Alive,” this program features even more of Bon Appétit's test kitchen manager Brad Leone (and his hijinks). Each season features a different culinary destination for Brad to learn about the culture, specialties, and tastes of the region.
Most Terrifying Places in America is an American paranormal documentary television series that premiered on October 9, 2009 on the Travel Channel as a stand alone special. This special was then broken down into a parted series. The series is exactly what its title implies, traveling the country in search of the "most terrifying places in America". Each episode or special features the legends and stories of several different haunted locations throughout America.
Behind the veil of tourism in Asia’s most stunning National Parks people and animals share the same backyard. Unlike protected areas in North America and Europe, the diverse endangered habitats of Asia are almost always home to people as well as wildlife. This series explores how people and animals live and survive together. Meet gentle Shinto people who have learned how to live in the shadow of an active volcano, a tribal man who cares for orphan elephants by day while wild elephants threaten his village every night and see how the spirits of a tropical island off Borneo stopped a local Imam from cutting down the rainforest. One-horned rhinoceroses, Asiatic elephants, Guizhou golden monkeys and a cast of other wildlife characters fill the lands of Asia from the flood plains of India to the granite peaks of China’s holy mountains. The result is a fusion of great stories, engaging characters and rare and threatened wildlife against a backdrop of drama and beauty.
Samantha Brown travel show
Holidays in the Danger Zone: Places That Don't Exist is a five-part BBC Four series on breakaway states and unrecognised nations, devised, written and presented by Simon Reeve. The series producer was Will Daws. The producer was Iain Overton. The series took the team to little-known parts of the world including Somaliland, recognised as part of Somalia; Transnistria of Moldova; Taiwan; Nagorno-Karabakh of Azerbaijan; Ajaria, Abkhazia, and South Ossetia, all recognized by the United Kingdom as parts of Georgia. The series was broadcast on BBC Two in May 2005. ⁕Episode 1: Somaliland ⁕Episode 2: Trans-Dniester ⁕Episode 3: Taiwan ⁕Episode 4: South Ossetia and Abkhazia ⁕Episode 5: Nagorno-Karabakh For the list and information about de facto independent unrecognised states or states with limited recognition, see list of states with limited recognition. The programme and its team were awarded a One World Award in June 2005 for best popular feature.