Afghanistan 2014 As the withdrawal of troops approaches, Captain Antarès Bonassieu and his squad have been assigned a surveillance mission in a remote valley of Wakhan, on the border of Pakistan. Despite Antarès and his men’s determination, control of the secluded valley will slowly fall out of their hands. One dark night, soldiers begin to mysteriously disappear in the valley.
Another Lady Innocent is the title of a hentai anime directed by Satoshi Urushihara in 2004, based on his artbook "Lady Innocent" and was released in Japan under the title "Front Innocent". During the Civil War, the powerful landowner Carson had a beautiful daughter with an innocent heart, Faye. As Faye enjoys an intense sexual relationship with her friend John and her servant girl Sophia, the end of her innocent days draws near. The mysterious Lord Mark has set his eyes on her and will stop at nothing to get her.
All Quiet on the Preston Front (or the shortened Preston Front as it became known for series two and three) was a BBC comedy drama about a group of friends in the fictional Lancashire town of Roker Bridge, and their links to the local Territorial Army infantry platoon. It was created by Tim Firth and ran from 1994 to 1997.
Home Front is a lifestyle television series that aired on TVNZ's channel Television One in New Zealand. It combines "home makeover" ideas, home maintenance and DIY tips, and guided tours around the homes of well-known New Zealanders. The series ran since the early 2000s in several series of 13 episodes each. Home Front was hosted by Jayne Kiely, Dave Cull, and Sally Ridge, each of whom covered a particular area of the show. Kiely was the primary presenter, and also presented the guided tours. Cull presented hints and advice for DIYers, and Ridge presented the home makeovers section of the show. Originally hosted by Alison Mau, until she left TVNZ for Prime Television, this series was hugely successful for TV One. A rushed reshoot, of Jayne Kiely fronting many stories previously shot using Alison Mau, added to the demise of the series when it was finally axed in 2005.
A story about German resistance group fighting SS units during WWII.
Border Security: America's Front Line follows the work of US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers and agents as they clear travelers at land, air and marine ports of entry, inspect cargo and secure America’s borders. In search of illegal travelers, weapons, and contraband, there's never a dull moment for the men and women who work for CBP.
Border Security: Australia's Front Line is an Australian television program that airs on the Seven Network. The show follows the work of officers of Australian Customs and Border Protection, the Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service, and the Department of Immigration and Citizenship as they enforce Australian customs, quarantine, immigration and finance laws. Most of the programme is filmed at Sydney and Melbourne airports. Occasionally, the program features other locations such as Brisbane Airport, Perth Airport, seaports, international mail centres, raids on workplaces suspected of employing persons contrary to the restrictions of their visa or immigrant status and the work of Customs vessels and aircraft in the waters of Northern Australia.
Explore Magellanic Clouds, Black Holes, Asteroids and other phenomena of the universe in the Cosmic Front series.
Front Runners is a weekly half hour magazine show that originally aired on KOMO-TV in Seattle from 1986 to 1995. Hosted by Steve Pool and produced by Ken Morrison, the show was nationally syndicated from 1991 - 1995 and aired in more than 40 markets including New York, LA, San Francisco, Chicago, and Washington D.C. The program featured people from around the world who were among the best and brightest in their chosen pursuits. During its run, Front Runners garnered more awards than any other show in Northwest history including scores of regional EMMYS and first place in The Chicago Film Festival, The New York Film Festival, and The Houston Film Festival.
The story of Molly on her first deployment as a serving army medic against the backdrop of the British Army's withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Front and Centre was a Canadian music variety television series which aired on CBC Television in 1963.
Border Security: Canada's Front Line is a Canadian television program produced by Force Four Entertainment that airs on the National Geographic Channel. The show follows the work of officers of the Canada Border Services Agency as they enforce Canadian customs, quarantine, immigration and finance laws.
Broadway plays are presented live in condensed one hour versions.
Front Page Challenge is a Canadian panel game about current events and history. Created by comedy writer/performer John Aylesworth and produced and aired by CBC Television, the series ran from 1957 to 1995.
Front Page Detective is an American crime drama series which aired on the DuMont Television Network on Fridays at 9:30pm ET from July 6, 1951 to September 19, 1952, with a few more episodes shown in 1953. The program was then in broadcast syndication for several years thereafter.
The Front Line was a 1984/1985 BBC sitcom about two half-brothers of West Indian descent who shared a house, one brother a policeman and one a dreadlocked Rastafarian. The series starred Paul Barber as the elder, policeman brother Malcolm, and Alan Igbon as the younger brother Sheldon. It was written by Alex Shearer, filmed in Bristol and Cardiff, and transmitted between 6 December 1984 and 17 January 1985. A pilot for the series, On The Frontline, was broadcast in the 1970s. The theme tune to the series was written and performed by Black Roots, and the opening credits of the show featured the band performing the song.
The Western Front is an Australian rules football television series that has been broadcast on Network Ten in Western Australia in 2002 and ended on 8 October 2011. The show focuses on the two Western Australian teams in the Australian Football League, Fremantle and West Coast, as well as the West Australian Football League. The show has been hosted by Tim Gossage and Lachy Reid from its debut until 2010, but for the 2011 season, Reid will host it with a guest host each week. The show is notable for encouraging people to form a "big 'W'" hand sign in the background of television broadcasts on any show on any network. The sign is created by holding your hands up in front of you with the thumbs touching and only the index fingers extended, to form a "W" shape. Each week the show highlights signs seen at football matches, behind outside broadcasts or posed photos of people forming the W at notable locations around the world. They also encourage celebrities to form the "W" sign, and have filmed Kevin Rudd, John Howard, Jenifer Hawkins and Kobe Bryant. The show is broadcast on Saturday afternoons, normally between the two midday and night games that Network Ten has the rights to broadcast, and prior to Before the Game, the nationally broadcast football comedy show. It is one of the few regularly broadcast shows apart from news programs to be filmed in Western Australia.