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BBC Wildlife Documentaries in the Age of Attenborough. by Gouyon, Jean-Baptiste.;
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Subjects: Electronic books.; Documentary television programs.;
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A History of Television’s The Virginian, 1962–1971. by Green, Paul(SAGE)1033161;
Green_4680-3_McF_cover -- Green_Virginian_9780786446803.On September 19, 1962, The Virginian made its primetime broadcast premiere. The 1902 novel by Owen Wister had already seen four movie adaptations when Frank Price mentioned the story's series potential to NBC. Filmed in color, The Virginian became television's first 90-minute western series. Immensely successful, it ran for nine seasons--television's third longest running western. This work accounts for the entire creative history of The Virginian, including the original inspirations and the motion picture adaptations--but the primary focus is its transformation into television and the ways in which the show changed over time. An extensive episode guide includes title, air date, guest star(s), writers, producers, director and a brief synopsis of each of The Virginian's 249 episodes, along with detailed cast and production credits.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Documentary television programs; Television broadcasting;
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Valleywood [electronic resource] : The Autobiography of Lateysha Grace by Grace, Lateysha.;
Cover; Title Page; Dedication; Contents; Prologue; Introduction; Chapter One: BACK TO THE OLD SKOOL; Chapter Two: NEW DAD; Chapter Three: FATHER FIGURE; Chapter Four: JEKYLL AND HYDE; Chapter Five: DADDY CRUEL; Chapter Six: SHATTERED DREAMS; Chapter Seven: LIVING WITH THE DEVIL; Chapter Eight: SCHOOL DAZE; Chapter Nine: MIRACLE; Chapter Ten: HEROIN(E); Chapter Eleven: FIRST LOVE; Chapter Twelve: FISTICUFFS; Chapter Thirteen: LONDON TOWN; Chapter Fourteen: FAME CALLING; Chapter Fifteen: TOUGH CHOICE; Chapter Sixteen: A NEW BEGINNING; Chapter Seventeen: VALLEY LIFEChapter Eighteen: SECRET'S OUTChapter Nineteen: ALL ALONE; Chapter Twenty: MY DAY IN COURT; Chapter Twenty-one: BACKLASH; Chapter Twenty-two: BLASTS FROM THE PAST; Chapter Twenty-three: TWO'S UP; Chapter Twenty-four: YOU BEAUTIFUL; Chapter Twenty-five: THIRD TIME'S A CHARM; Chapter Twenty-six: TWITTER WAR; Chapter Twenty-seven: PARISIAN DREAM; Chapter Twenty-eight: LOVE SASHA; Chapter Twenty-nine: RUMOUR HAS IT; Chapter Thirty: ARE YOU SERIOUS?; Chapter Thirty-one: WELCOME TO MIAMI; Chapter Thirty-two: AMIR KHAN; Chapter Thirty-three: BOOTY CALL; Epilogue; Thank You; Plates; CopyrightSince exploding on to our screens as part of the MTV show The Valleys, diva Lateysha Grace has caused quite a stir with her kick-offs, cat-fights, and confident Beyoncé-like behavior. But before all the glamor, Lateysha had a bleak childhood; born into a single parent family where her mother Debbie struggled to make ends meet, plunging the family into the depths of abject poverty. All Lateysha craved was a normal family life and when her mum met a new man, she was happy to finally have a father figure. Her dream soon turned into her worst nightmare though when her new dad became addicted to he
Subjects: Electronic books.; Documentary television programs -- Great Britain.; Grace, Lateysha.; Reality television programs -- Great Britain.; Television -- Social aspects -- Great Britain.;
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Enduring mystery of Stonehenge [videorecording] / by Peltier, Melissa Jodrt(SAGE)1974853; McPherson, Kellyaut(SAGE)2102873; Ackroyd, Davidnrt(SAGE)1968511; Simpson, Chris(SAGE)1880156; Kiner, Kevin(SAGE)2031618; Johnson, Vaughn(SAGE)1976403; Gray, Elizabeth(SAGE)1921633; Klipstein, Donald.; Jones, Leslie,1959-(SAGE)1878716; History Channel (Television network)(SAGE)1954321; MPH Entertainment (Firm)(SAGE)1980806; New Video Group(SAGE)1949044;
VHS.Executive producer, John Gengl and Elizabeth Gray ; directed by Melissa Jo Peltier ; written by Kelly McPherson ; edited by Rob Goubeaux ; music by Kevin Kiner and Vaughn Johnson.Narrated by David Ackroyd.Outlines the mystery of Stonehenge and its use by man throughout the centuries. Featuring Stonehenge experts, Aubrey Burl, Clews Everand, Leslie Ellen Jones and Donald Klipstein, they talk about this famous site including the stones' position with the sun and moon.
Subjects: Megalithic monuments; Documentary television programs;
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Men, women & the sex difference [videorecording] / by Stossel, John(SAGE)1697131; Paul, George.(SAGE)1969774; Breen, Joanna.(SAGE)1938445; Gustafson, Natalie.(SAGE)1938439; Messina, Gabriella.(SAGE)1938433; Dauer, Patricia.(SAGE)1938427; Sloan, David(SAGE)1773943; ABC News.(SAGE)1663612; Films for the Humanities (Firm)(SAGE)1695175;
Director, George Paul; producers/writers, Joanne Breen, Natalie Gustafson, Gabriella Messina; writers, Patricia Dauer, David Sloan; host/writer, John Stossel.Looks at the differences between the sexes and whether they are the result of biology or environment.DVD is copy from library-owned VHS tapes, as DVD does not exist for purchase as of 2014.
Subjects: Documentary television programs; Sex differences; Sex differences; Sex differences (Psychology);
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Understanding the senses [videorecording] / by Bimba, Christine(SAGE)2020875; Curtin, Jane(SAGE)1935597; Discovery Channel (Firm)(SAGE)1945457; Discovery Networks(SAGE)1888269; Films for the Humanities (Firm)(SAGE)1695175;
DVD.Executive producer, Jonathan Ward ; executive producer (Discovery Networks), Nancy LeBrun ; writer and producer, Christine Bimba ; executive editor, Walter Cronkite.Narrator, Jane Curtin.Neurologist Dr. Oliver Sacks and other specialists explain the functions and malfunctions of our senses.
Subjects: Documentary television programs; Senses and sensation; Neurophysiology; Vision; Hearing; Taste; Smell; Touch;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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The forgetting [videorecording] : a portrait of Alzheimer's / by Arledge, Elizabeth(SAGE)1956826; Pierce, David Hyde(SAGE)1972790; Shenk, David,1966-(SAGE)1873746; Hunt, Linda,1945-(SAGE)1820949; Roland, Erich.(SAGE)1934014; Daring, Mason(SAGE)1630886; Warner Home Video (Firm)(SAGE)1947657; Twin Cities Public Television (Saint Paul, Minn.)(SAGE)1753981;
DVD.Broadcast premiere on PBS Jan. 21, 2004.MPAA rating: Not rated.An exploration of Alzheimer's, taking both a sweeping and intimate look at how this cruel disease affects nearly five million Americans and their loved ones.Narrator, Linda Hunt.Director of photography, Erich Roland ; editor, Doug Quade ; music, Mason Daring.
Subjects: Alzheimer's disease; Documentary television programs; Video recordings for the hearing impaired;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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Life's greatest miracle [videorecording] / by Lithgow, John,1945-(SAGE)1814433; Nilsson, Lennart,1922-2017.(SAGE)1660876; Cort, Julia(SAGE)1981344; Agaton, Mikael(SAGE)1968830; Boysen, Lea(SAGE)2031626; Dahl, Henrik(SAGE)1948921; Erikson & Nilsson Productions(SAGE)1983883; WGBH (Television station : Boston, Mass.)(SAGE)1697326; WGBH Educational Foundation(SAGE)1652006; PBS Home Video.(SAGE)1947360; Warner Home Video (Firm)(SAGE)1947657;
DVD, Region 1 encoding, Dolby surround stereo.Narrated by John Lithgow.Drama director, Mikael Agaton ; director of photography, Sven Nykvist ; editor, Dick Bartlett ; music, Ray Loring ; narrator, John Lithgow ; executive producers, Bo G. Erikson, Paula S. Apsell.MPAA rating: Not rated.The development of a child from conception to birth, using both microimagery and the story of a young couple preparing for their first child.
Subjects: Human reproduction; Fetus; Documentary television programs; Video recordings for the hearing impaired;
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How the Earth was made [videorecording] / : The complete season one / by Hicklin, William(SAGE)2030257; Werbe, Susan(SAGE)1985328; Johnson, Corey,1961-(SAGE)2022454; Pioneer Productions(SAGE)1771760; History (Television network)(SAGE)2018191; A & E Home Video (Firm)(SAGE)1946978;
Narrator, Corey JohnsonUsing the latest in forensic science techniques, learn about the various geological processes that have changed the globe.DVD.
Subjects: Historical geology; Plate tectonics; Continental drift; Nature television programs; Science television programs; Documentary television programs; Nonfiction television programs; Television series; Video recordings for the hearing impaired;
Available copies: 4 / Total copies: 4
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The new asylums [videorecording] / by Mead Street Films (Firm)(SAGE)1588198; WGBH Educational Foundation(SAGE)1652006;
Photography, Ben McCoy ; editor, Daisy Wright.Narrated by Will Lyman.Fewer than 55,000 Americans currently receive treatment in psychiatric hospitals. Meanwhile, almost 10 times that number, nearly 500,000, mentally ill men and women are serving time in U.S. jails and prisons. As sheriffs and prison wardens become the unexpected and often ill-equipped caretakers of this burgeoning population, they raise a troubling new concern: Have America's jails and prisons become its new asylums. The program goes deep inside Ohio's state prison system to explore the complex and growing issue of mentally ill prisoners.DVD-R.
Subjects: Mentally ill prisoners; Mentally ill; Criminal justice, Administration of; Documentary television programs;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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