Henry is a lawyer who survives a shooting only to find he cannot remember anything. If that weren't enough, Henry also has to recover his speech and mobility, in a life he no longer fits into. Fortunately, Henry has a loving wife and daughter to help him.
When 13-year-old Henry Hart lands a job as Danger, the sidekick-in-training to superhero Captain Man, he must learn to navigate a double life balancing the challenges of 8th grade with the crazy adventures of a real-life crime fighter!
Horrid Henry is a British animated television series based on the book series by Francesca Simon produced by One Explosion Studios and Nelvana Limited, broadcast from late 2006 on Children's ITV in the UK and it will air on Cartoon Network Pakistan and Cartoon Network India on 2013 from 6am until 6:30am. The animation style differs from the Tony Ross illustrations in the books. Series Producer of the series is Lucinda Whiteley, Animation Director is Dave Unwin. The series has been sold to more than a dozen countries including France, Germany, South Africa, South Korea, and the Philippines. So far, the two series have 104 episodes. The second series of 52 episodes started airing on 16 February 2009 and episodes from this series are currently being shown alongside episodes from the first series. There is a music album Horrid Henry's Most Horrid Album. The incidental music is composed by Lester Barnes and additional songs are composed by Lockdown Media.
A one-hour reality series that follows 20-year old Tyler Henry, exploring the world of this self-proclaimed clairvoyant medium as he balances his unique abilities with trying to be a regular young adult. Formerly of a small-town and now living in the City of Angels, Tyler has quickly become one of Hollywood's top mediums, bringing messages from the heavens and profound visions to today's stars.
Henry is a forty-something man suffering a midlife crisis and looking to escape from his current situation - but this forty-something man also happens to be the King of the United Kingdom.
The Henry Rollins Show was a weekly talk show hosted by Henry Rollins on the Independent Film Channel. The show featured Rollins' monologues, interviews with celebrities and uncensored musical performances. The show was canceled after the wrap of its second season.
Sitcom based around the character of wide-boy Brixton pirate radio DJ - the "crucialll!!!" Delbert Wilkins, founder of the BBC (Brixton Broadcasting Corporation). It focus on Delbert's attempts to break into the big time.
Series of television plays written by six different authors. Each play is a lavish dramatization of the trials and tribulations surrounding Henry and his wives. Keith Michell ties the episodes together with his dignified and magnetic performance as the mighty monarch.
Hirveä Henri on brittiläinen animaatiosarja vuodelta 2006. Se perustuu samannimisiin Francesca Simonin kirjoittamiin kirjoihin. Sarja kertoo Henri-nimisestä pojasta, joka tykkää tehdä kepposia. Hänellä on oma kerho, jonka nimi on Purppurajengi. Ohjelmaa esittää Suomessa YLE TV2.
Henry Hugglemonster is the story of a mischievous 5-year-old monster named Henry who loves adventures, discoveries, and being with his family. Each day brings new opportunities for Henry to explore his feelings and learn important life lessons about working with others, showing kindness, and getting along with siblings. Henry finds love and support from his parents, Daddo and Momma; and his brothers and sisters, Cobby , Summer, and Ivor.
Series based on Ann Pilling's children's novel. Henry brings home an innocent looking leg from a fashion dummy to add to his junk collection. A gang of thugs is very interested in the leg and seems to be prepared to stop at nothing to get it back.
After Henry is a British sitcom that aired on ITV from 1988 to 1992. Starring Prunella Scales and Joan Sanderson, it had started on BBC Radio 4 in 1985, finishing in 1989. It was written by Simon Brett. After Henry was made for the ITV network by Thames Television. The BBC was reluctant to produce After Henry for television, so in 1988 after the third radio series Thames Television did so. The show was surprisingly popular, attracting over 14 million viewers. A second television series was shown during the same months as the fourth radio series with, in many cases, both radio and television episodes being broadcast on the same nights. The fourth television series was broadcast from July 1992, after the death of Joan Sanderson, who had died on 24 May.
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.
Noted Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates, Jr. has been helping people discover long-lost relatives hidden for generations within the branches of their family trees. Professor Gates utilizes a team of genealogists to reconstruct the paper trail left behind by our ancestors and the world’s leading geneticists to decode our DNA and help us travel thousands of years into the past to discover the origins of our earliest forebears.
Henry's Amazing Animals is an educational children's nature program produced by Dorling Kindersley and originally broadcast on the Disney Channel in 1996. Its following program was Audubon's Animal Adventures. It currently plays in syndication on Treehouse TV in Canada. It is also available on VHS. The show centres around the interactions of Henry the Lizard, a green CGI gecko with purple spots, and an unseen narrator. Each episode centers on a theme relating to the episode's subject matter, such as Henry traveling through prehistory in a time machine in an episode about Prehistoric Animals. Henry is usually faced with some kind of predicament or work, always relating to the episode's theme, which he resolves by the end of the episode, often learning a lesson of some sort in the process.
Presenter, motorcycle adventurer and writer, Henry Cole, takes a look at the world of motorcycling.
Through dramatic reconstructions and his own passionate narration, Dr. David Starkey, the controversial Tudor historian, profiles the six women who married Henry Vlll.
Historian Dr Suzannah Lipscomb unfolds the extraordinary story of the tumultuous love affair between Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, and asks: was it really love that brought them together – and was it love that tore them apart? Suzannah's journey will take her from Anne's childhood home at Hever Castle in Kent to the French palace where, some say, she learned the art of love. She will also visit Hampton Court, where Henry built the Great Hall for his new queen, and the Tower of London, where he had her beheaded.