Two French Canadian ne’er-do-wells travel to New York City with a scheme to a get rich quick selling Christmas trees.
Bright Promise is an American daytime soap opera that ran on NBC from September 29, 1969 to March 31, 1972. It aired weekdays at 3:30 PM Eastern/2:30 PM Central.
A prequel to the highly anticipated Xbox 360 game Alan Wake, Bright Falls is an online series of live action shorts set in the fictitious Pacific Northwest town of Bright Falls, WA that provide an eerie prelude to the events that transpire before Alan Wakes arrival. The series, which is six episodes in length, introduces us to Jake Fischer, a newspaper reporter who, while visiting the town on business, encounters a series of mysterious and haunting experiences.
Bright Sparks was a children's television educational series aired on Australian and UK television in 1989. It taught viewers about science and technology. The animated characters explaining the subjects were super-imposed onto live-action footage of the subject matter.
Jang Na Ra plays a cute and innocent country girl who often daydreams of rescuing her prince. One day, she meets Jang Hyuk who accidentally falls into her bath tub while she was taking her bath. Not off to a good start they started arguing over the matter. However, the story goes on to tell how Jang Nara arrives in the big city due to her plan to settle her irresponsible parents' debts. She moves into Jang Hyuk's house as a hired servant hence begins to teach the rich spoiled brat (Jang Hyuk) some manners through her down to earth scoldings and no-nonsense attitude. This drama gets totally hilarious in many scenes where Jang Nara and Jang Hyuk's combination comes out as refreshingly cute. Jang Hyuk plays a rich and proud man who inherits his father's business (Snowy Cosmetics) but is later betrayed by his own cousin and uncle leading to his downfall. On the other hand, Jang Nara plays a girl that he meets who help him pick up the pieces in his life, from defeat to success. A very well written drama with a story many will enjoy! Source: k-fever.com
Dr James Fox tells the story of three cities in three exceptional years - cities whose artists and thinkers, writers and musicians set the world on a new course.
Britain's Brightest is a television game show presented by Clare Balding. The show began on 5 January 2013 and is broadcast on Saturday evenings on BBC One. It is produced by RDF television and broadcast from MediaCityUK in Salford. The series finished on 9 February 2013, and was won by training consultant Andy Thomas, who had actually been runner-up on his original heat, but made it through to the final in the play-off. The runner-up was backgammon champion Zoe Cunningham.
A brand new quiz features sixteen brilliantly bright families taking part in a knock out tournament as they attempt to win the holiday of a lifetime and the title of Britain's Brightest Family.
The Brighter Day is an American daytime soap opera which aired on CBS from January 4, 1954 to September 28, 1962. Originally created for NBC radio by Irna Phillips in 1948, the radio and television versions ran simultaneously from 1954-1956. Set in New Hope, Wisconsin, the series revolved around Reverend Richard Dennis and his four children, Althea, Patsy, Babby and Grayling. The Brighter Day was the first soap opera to air on network television with an explicitly religious theme. Another soap opera created by Phillips, The Guiding Light, initially had a religious theme as a radio show but dropped it by the time the series moved to television.
Brighton Belles was a short lived British sitcom, which aired for 11 episodes from 1993 until 1994. Based on the hit US series The Golden Girls, the show performed so poorly in the ratings that it was pulled from ITV schedule half way through its run.
Classics: The Best of Sarah Brightman is a VHS of the PBS special of the same name that aired in 2002. A copy of the show was made available to the audience if they made a financial contribution to their local PBS station. The VHS is hosted and narrated by Laura Savini along with Sarah herself. The two women talk in various locations including Sarah's home in London, her studio in Germany, one of Mozart's apartments, and in several concert halls where some of Sarah's most famous performances occurred.