Stephanie, a dedicated mother and popular vlogger, befriends Emily, a mysterious upper-class woman whose son Nicky attends the same school as Miles, Stephanie's son. When Emily asks her to pick Nicky up from school and then disappears, Stephanie undertakes an investigation that will dive deep into Emily's cloudy past.
Grace & Favour is a British sitcom sequel to the long-running series Are You Being Served? It aired on BBC1 for two series from 1992 to 1993 and marked the return of Are You Being Served? creators and writers Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft.
Celebrating Countdown's 40th anniversary, host Julia Zemiro takes us through the show's fascinating story. Backed by a stellar cast of stars, original footage and music bringing the 70's and 80's alive.
The Nation's Favourite... is a British documentary series, celebrating music by a particular artist. Since the show began in 2010 it has been narrated by various TV stars including Liza Tarbuck, Fearne Cotton, Amanda Holden and Kate Thornton Then in July 2012, three episodes counting down the Nation's favourite number one single aired on ITV hosted by Fearne Cotton. The programme has celebrated bands and singers including ABBA, the Bee Gees and Elvis Presley.
My Favourite Film was a television special broadcast on the ABC on 4 December 2005. After public voting took place on the show's website, the special listed the top ten most popular films as chosen by voters, and these films were discussed and their rankings debated by a panel hosted by Margaret Pomeranz, a long-time ABC film critic, which included Judith Lucy, Stuart MacGill, Sigrid Thornton, Chris Taylor and Richard Roxburgh.
My Favourite Album was a nation-wide poll conducted by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation to discover Australia's most popular album. Voting was by phone, SMS or over the ABC's website between 20 September 2006 to midnight on 18 October 2006. Much of the poll's promotion was through the ABC's music trivia program Spicks and Specks and ABC's youth radio station Triple J. The end result, as voted by more than 100,000 viewers, had Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon voted Australia's favourite album. The highest Australian artists on the list are Midnight Oil with 10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1 at #23. The "Top Ten" results of the voting was aired at 7.30pm on Sunday 3 December 2006, on ABC TV, before a studio audience and reviewed by a panel consisting of comedienne Judith Lucy, Australian Idol judge Ian Dickson, Spiderbait vocalist Mark "Kram" Maher, singer Renée Geyer, and comedian Chas Licciardello. Between segments of the show, comedian Alan Brough discussed unusual trivia arising from the poll. The show was hosted by Triple J presenter Myf Warhurst. The 90 minute show was rescreened at 3pm on 7 January 2007.
Cookery series demonstrating easy everyday recipes made using readily accessible foods.
Sally Phillips invites a beloved comedy star onto each episode to discuss sketches from the last 70 years of comedy.
Campfire Favourites was an Australian television series which aired in 1956 on Sydney station TCN-9. Despite having a very brief run of less than 2 months, it is notable as one of the earliest Australian-produced television series, and for featuring Frank Ifield. The series ended around the same time as two other early Australian series, The Johnny O'Connor Show and Accent on Strings, an article in Women's Weekly suggesting the three series were unable to obtain sponsors. Broadcast at 7:15PM on Thursdays, the 15-minute series was themed around country music. The set design was basic, consisting of a painted backdrop of Eucalyptus trees.
Britain's Favourite Supermarket Foods is a British documentary series which was first broadcast on BBC One on 15 February 2012 as a one-off special. The programme returned on 18 July 2013 and aired for two episodes. Presented by Cherry Healey, the programme investigates some of the UK's favourite supermarket foods, revealing their secrets and unexpected powers.