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Sky News with Anna Jones - Netflix

The latest news sport and weather with Anna Jones.

Sky News with Anna Jones - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 120 minutes

Premier: 2014-09-04

Sky News with Anna Jones - Sky Sports - Netflix

Sky Sports is a group of sports television channels operated by the satellite pay-TV company Sky plc. Sky Sports is the dominant subscription television sports brand in the United Kingdom and Ireland. It has played a major role in the increased commercialisation of British sport since 1991, sometimes playing a large role in inducing organisational changes in the sports it broadcasts, most notably when it encouraged the Premier League to break away from the Football League in 1992. Sky Sports Main Event, Premier League, Football, Cricket, Golf, F1, Action and Arena are available as a premium package on top of the basic Sky package. These channels are also available as premium channels on nearly every satellite, cable and IPTV broadcasting system in the UK and Ireland. Sky Sports News and Sky Sports Mix are both provided as part of basic packages. The Sky Sports network is managed by Barney Francis.

Sky News with Anna Jones - Sky Sports HD channels - Netflix

Sky Sports 1 HD launched on 22 May 2006 as Sky Sports HD, and airs live cricket, Premier League and The Football League as well as English Premiership and Super League Rugby. The 2008 Ryder Cup was also screened in HD. In July 2006, Sky Sports HD2 launched on Sky Digital channel 409, at the same time Sky Sports HD1 moved to channel 408, with Sky Sports News switching to channel 405. There was also a HD version of PremPlus, called PremPlus HD, which broadcast on Sky channel 483 until the football season ended. It was briefly branded Sky Sports HDX and used to broadcast other Sky Sports content in HD, before it ceased broadcasting. HD broadcasts of rugby league's Super League began from the start of the 2007 season in February 2007. Super Bowl XLI marked the first NFL broadcast in HD in the UK; additional NFL games in HD have since been phased in. Monday Night Football, Thursday Night Football, Thanksgiving Day games and the NFL Playoffs were shown in HD from 2008. Sky Sports HD3 launched on 17 March 2008, to coincide with WWE's first UK HD broadcast. The channel broadcasts a large quantity of WWE and golf. Sky Sports HD4 launched on 29 April 2010. Due to an Ofcom review of premium services, Sky Sports HD1 and HD2 launched on the Virgin Media platform on 2 August 2010. This marked the first time that Sky's HD programming was shown via a rival service. Smallworld Cable added Sky Sports HD1 and HD2 in the first quarter of 2012. UPC Ireland added Sky Sports 1 HD and 2 HD along with Sky Sports News HD on 16 August 2012. Sky Sports News HD launched on 23 August 2010. It was rebranded as Sky Sports News HQ HD on 12 August 2014 along with the standard channel. On 1 March 2012, the HD channels were given a minor rebrand, with the 'HD' moving to the end of the channel names, for example Sky Sports 1 HD instead of Sky Sports HD1. Sky Sports F1 HD launched on 9 March 2012. Sky Sports 2 HD was also rebranded to 'Sky Sports Ashes HD' in the same move used for the standard channel on 30 June until 31 August 2013. Sky Sports 4 HD was also rebranded to 'Sky Sports Ryder Cup HD' in the same move used for the standard channel on 18 September 2014 until 2 October 2014. Sky Sports 3 HD, Sky Sports 4 HD and Sky Sports F1 HD launched on Virgin Media on 15 July 2014. Sky Sports 5 HD launched on 12 August 2014 as well as being added on Virgin Media. Sky Sports 3, 4 and 5 HD launched on Virgin Media Ireland on 15 October 2014. On 1 January 2015, Sky Sports News HQ HD, along with Sky News HD were added on Virgin.

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London Real - Netflix

A talk show which introduces the viewer to the most fascinating people in London and members of parliament.

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2016-01-04

London Real - Daniel S. Peña Sr. - Netflix

Daniel Steven Peña Sr. (born August 10, 1945), also known as Dan Peña, is an American businessman and business coach. He resides at Guthrie Castle in Scotland, in which he previously operated a wedding business.

London Real - Political Positions - Netflix

Peña is a vocal supporter of Donald Trump and a skeptic of climate change science.

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BBC News at Five - Netflix

BBC News at Five provides in-depth discussions and analysis of the latest breaking news with Huw Edwards or Gavin Esler.

BBC News at Five - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2006-04-03

BBC News at Five - BBC News at Five - Netflix

The BBC News at Five is an hour-long daily news programme broadcast at 17:00 on BBC News. The programme is fronted by BBC News at Ten presenter Huw Edwards, the BBC's lead presenter for major breaking news, from Monday to Thursday and Jane Hill on Friday. The show includes a detailed look at the news, as well as analysis with guests and sport and weather updates. Unlike most other BBC News Channel bulletins, the BBC News at Five is presented from Studio C, which is usually the main studio for BBC World News.

BBC News at Five - History - Netflix

The programme started on 3 April 2006 as part of the BBC's relaunch of BBC News presenters, which saw the introduction of the new flagship programme to compete against Jeremy Thompson's Live at Five programme on rival channel Sky News, and to improve BBC News ratings for the hour. As part of the 2008 revamp of the entire news output, the show moved studios within BBC Television Centre along with BBC News and the BBC News at One and BBC News at Ten bulletins. The show originally broadcast from Studio N8 but moved to Studio N6. On 18 March 2013, the programme moved to Broadcasting House along with BBC News and the BBC One bulletins. On 4 November 2013, the BBC News at Five received new opening titles featuring the hour of broadcast.

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Dateline London - Netflix

Foreign correspondents currently posted to London look at events in the UK through outsiders' eyes, and at how the issues of the week are being tackled around the world.

Dateline London - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2016-01-02

Dateline London - Alex Deane - Netflix

Alexander “Alex” Deane is an English writer, political commentator and consultant. He is a regular commentator on Sky News and BBC Dateline London.

Dateline London - Career - Netflix

Deane was called to the bar at Middle Temple in 2005. He served as Chief of Staff to David Cameron and Tim Collins during their respective periods as Shadow Secretary of State for Education.

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Election - Netflix

Bernard Ponsonby anchors STV's coverage of the outcome of the 2017 General Election. The programme starts with a UK-wide exit poll, giving the first prediction of the result. With live links across the length and breadth of Scotland, correspondents report from key Scottish seats as the shape of the new parliament unfolds. Viewers will also be brought important declarations and developments from other parts of the UK, with interviews and reaction from senior politicians and expert analysts.

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 485 minutes

Premier: 2017-06-08

Election - Chief Election Commissioner of India - Netflix

The Chief Election Commissioner heads the Election Commission of India, a body constitutionally empowered to conduct free and fair elections to the national and state legislatures and of President and Vice-President. Chief Election Commissioner of India is usually a member of the Indian Civil Service and mostly from the Indian Administrative Service. It is very difficult to remove the authority of the Chief Election Commissioner once appointed by the president, as two-thirds of the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha need to vote against him for disorderly conduct or improper actions. Despite the recent changes in the hierarchy, the system always had powers to impose unambiguous rules and guidelines that applied across the entire nation e.g. as to how the ballots will be cast and counted, what will be regarded as 'unqualified' vote. India was probably one of the first countries in the World to go for a completely electronic ballot in the last elections. What made this remarkable was that the Election Commission of India had successfully implemented this across the entire diverse Indian population that also consisted of the rural illiterate people. While the office has always been an important one in the machinery of the Indian political process, it gained significant public attention during the tenure of T.N. Seshan, from 1990 to 1996. Seshan is widely credited with undertaking a zealous effort to end corruption and manipulation in Indian elections. Though he made significant progress, several politicians attempted to derail these efforts. In particular, the expansion of the Election Commission to include the two Election Commissioners (in addition to the Chief Commissioner) was seen as a move to curtail the commissioner's ability to act aggressively.

Election - Suggested reforms - Netflix

In June 2012, Lal Krishna Advani, a veteran Indian politician and former Deputy Prime Minister of India (as well as former Leader of the Opposition in Indian Parliament), suggested that appointment of CEC (as well as the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG)) should be made by a bipartisan collegium consisting of the Prime Minister, the Chief Justice, the Law Minister and the Leaders of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha. Subsequently, M Karunanidhi, the head of Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) party and five times Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu supported the suggestion. Advani made this demand to remove any impression of bias or lack of transparency and fairness because, according to him, the current system was open to “manipulation and partisanship”. Similar demand was made by many former CEC's such as B B Tandon, N Gopalaswamy and S Y Quraishi.

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News HQ - Netflix

A comprehensive round-up of the football headlines and all the day's sports news.

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 120 minutes

Premier: 2016-09-07

News HQ - America's News Headquarters - Netflix

America's News Headquarters (seen on air as America's News HQ) is a daily news program broadcast on Fox News Channel; it also refers to the two- to three-minute headline updates during “non-news” programming. The show took the place of America's Election Headquarters. The term “News HQ” (and later “America's HQ”) is seen on the bottom of the rotating Fox News Channel logo (on the left hand side) after the Election season. America's News HQ follows the same format as its predecessor, Fox News Live. The weekday edition of America's News HQ was replaced on the schedule with The Daily Briefing with Dana Perino on October 2, 2017.

News HQ - History - Netflix

The former weekday 5:00 p.m. ET broadcast was hosted at various intervals by Jane Skinner, Heather Nauert, Jon Scott, Martha MacCallum, Bill Hemmer, and Megyn Kelly. On January 19, 2009, Glenn Beck took over this time slot when he began hosting a self-titled show, The Glenn Beck Program. America's News HQ continued airing on the weekends. On May 2, 2009, the program broadcasting from the network's New York City studios launched in high-definition (HD). On October 3, 2009, the program broadcasting from the Fox News' Washington, D.C. studios also launched in HD. The weekday edition was relaunched following the 2016 U.S. presidential election, taking the same 2:00 p.m. ET time slot previously held by America's Election Headquarters. Melissa Francis - formerly a semi regular co-host of Outnumbered - has become the most frequent host of the weekday version of the show. The show currently broadcasts Saturdays from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. On Sunday it airs from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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#@)₴?$0 з Майклом Щуром - Netflix

#@)₴?$0 з Майклом Щуром - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: Ukrainian

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2016-11-06

#@)₴?$0 з Майклом Щуром - Late-night talk show - Netflix

A late-night talk show is a genre of talk show popular in the United States, where the format originated. It is generally structured around humorous monologues about the day's news, guest interviews, comedy sketches and music performances. The late-night talk show format was popularized, though not invented, by Johnny Carson with The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson on NBC. Typically the show's host conducts interviews from behind a desk, while the guest is seated on a couch. Many late night talk shows feature a house band which generally performs cover songs for the studio audience during commercial breaks and occasionally will back up a guest artist. Late-night talk shows are a popular format in the United States, but are not as prominent in other parts of the world. Shows that loosely resemble the format air in other countries, but generally air weekly as opposed to the nightly airings of those in the United States. They also generally air in time slots considered to be prime time in the United States.

#@)₴?$0 з Майклом Щуром - 1940s–1960s - Netflix

Late-night talk shows had their genesis in early variety shows, a format that migrated to television from radio, where it had been the dominant form of light entertainment during most of the old-time radio era. The Pepsodent Show, which opened each weekly episode with host Bob Hope's rapid-fire, topical and often political observational comedy, was a particularly important predecessor to the late-night format. Early television variety shows included The Ed Sullivan Show (originally known as Toast of the Town), which aired on CBS Sunday nights from 1948 to 1971 and was hosted by Ed Sullivan, and Texaco Star Theater with Milton Berle, which aired on NBC from 1948 to 1956. These shows aired once a week in evening time slots that would come to be known as prime time. The first show to air in a late night time slot itself, Broadway Open House, aired on NBC in 1950 and ended a year later after host Jerry Lester left the show, infuriated at being upstaged by his sidekick Virginia “Dagmar” Lewis. (As it was, there were also not yet enough television sets in the United States to make television broadcasting in late-night viable; Lester himself was a last-minute replacement host for up-and-coming 26-year-old comic Don Hornsby, who caught polio and died less than a week before the show began.) The first version of The Tonight Show, Tonight Starring Steve Allen, debuted in 1954 on NBC. The show created many modern talk show staples included an opening monologue, celebrity interviews, audience participation, comedy bits, and musical performances. By this point, the Federal Communications Commission had lifted a freeze on new television stations, which allowed new stations to pop up across the country, and television adoption soon grew exponentially. As a result, unlike Broadway Open House, Tonight proved to be a resounding success. The success of the show led Allen to get another show, entitled The Steve Allen Show, which would compete with The Ed Sullivan Show on Sunday nights. Meanwhile, hosting duties of The Tonight Show were split between Allen and Ernie Kovacs; Kovacs had defected to NBC from his own late-night show on the then-crumbling DuMont Television Network. Both Allen and Kovacs departed from Tonight in 1957 in order to focus on Allen's Sunday night show. After the two left, the format changed similar to that of Today and was renamed Tonight! America After Dark and was hosted first by Jack Lescoulie and then by Al Collins while interviews were performed by Hy Gardner, and a house band led by Lou Stein. The show was not popular leading to many NBC affiliates dropping the show. The show returned to the original format that year and was renamed Tonight Starring Jack Paar, with Jack Paar assuming hosting duties. The even greater success of the show during Paar's hosting resulted in many NBC affiliates re-airing the show. He was noted for his conversational style, relatively highbrow interview guests, feuds with other media personalities (his feuds with print journalists Ed Sullivan and Walter Winchell marked a power shift from print to television; Winchell's career never recovered from the damage), and mercurial personality; Paar famously quit the show in 1960 in a dispute over a censored joke but was allowed to come back a month later. Paar permanently left the show in 1962, citing the reason that he could not handle the work load of The Tonight Show (at the time, the show ran 105 minutes a day, five days a week), and he moved to his own weekly prime-time show, which would run until 1965. After Paar's departure, hosting duties were filled by Groucho Marx, Mort Sahl and many others. Longtime guest host Johnny Carson took over as host of The Tonight Show in 1962 and the show was renamed The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. Carson streamlined the format of the show, focusing more on entertainment personalities, tweaking the monologue to include more shorter jokes, and emphasizing sketch comedy. Ed McMahon served as Carson's announcer while from 1962 to 1966 the band was led by Skitch Henderson, who hired, among others, Doc Severinsen. When Henderson left, Milton DeLugg took over. Severinsen took over in 1967, and served as bandleader with the NBC Orchestra. The show originated from NBC Studios in New York City but, as part of Carson's shifting the show toward a more entertainment-oriented program, moved to Burbank, California in 1972. NBC's two other rivals during the early television era, CBS and ABC, did not attempt any major forays into late-night television until the 1960s. ABC's first effort at late-night TV was hosted by Les Crane, which pioneered the controversial tabloid talk show format that would not become popular until two decades later. Crane's show lasted only six months. Shorter still was The Las Vegas Show, a Las Vegas-based late-night show hosted by Bill Dana that was the only offering of the United Network that ever made it to air (because that network only had a handful of affiliates, it also syndicated to CBS, ABC and independent stations); it, along with the network, only lasted five weeks in summer 1967. Steve Allen himself returned to late-night in syndication twice in this time frame, first with a show that ran from 1962 to 1964 and then with a series that ran from 1968 to 1971. ABC added the Joey Bishop Show to its late night lineup in 1967, employing a talk show format, in an attempt to rival the Tonight Show, which lasted until 1969. CBS went without late-night TV until 1969, when it acquired The Merv Griffin Show from syndication; Griffin returned to syndication in 1972, and CBS would not air any further late-night talk shows until 1989, instead opting for reruns, lifestyle programs and imported Canadian dramas in the time slot. By the 1960s, NBC had already cornered the market for late-night television viewing and would go on to dominate the ratings for several decades.

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WTFark! - Netflix

Sometimes … you just gotta say "What the Fark." From the offbeat to the well beaten path, it's the world seen through Fark-colored glasses.WTFark host Mike Rylander and team take us through the best stories of the day, with the clever, snarky edge that has made fark.com one of the most successful news sites on the planet. It's not just news… its WTFark!

WTFark! - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2014-01-15

WTFark! - Ora TV - Netflix

Ora TV is a television production studio and on-demand digital television network launched in 2012 by television host Larry King and funded by América Móvil, a business venture of Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim. Ora (which means “now” in Italian) both produces and distributes television shows including Emmy-nominated Larry King Now, Politicking with Larry King, Off the Grid with Jesse Ventura, Real Girl's Kitchen with Haylie Duff, and Brown Bag Wine Tasting with William Shatner. Ora has production offices and studios in New York City and Los Angeles.

WTFark! - History - Netflix

Ora TV was founded by Larry King and Carlos Slim in 2012 as an outlet to produce a new show for Larry King after leaving CNN. Larry King Now was launched as Ora's first show in July 2012 and aired both on Ora TV and Hulu. In 2014, Larry King Now episode “Head Trauma in the NFL” was nominated for a News and Documentary Emmy Award in the Outstanding News Discussion and Analysis category. In April 2013, Ora TV acquired Stick Figure Studios, an Emmy award-winning documentary and reality series production company based in New York. Stick Figure is the producer of Catching Hell, a spearfishing docu-drama that aired on The Weather Channel in the summer of 2014, with exclusive digital content on Ora TV. Ora TV's other content includes Haylie Duff's Real Girl's Kitchen food & lifestyle series that aired on both Ora TV and the Cooking Channel, the Laugh Factory video archive, and road trip adventure show Wayward Nation, which launched in September 2014. On June 30, 2015, Ora TV severed ties with American real estate tycoon Donald Trump. Arturo Elías Ayub, Slim’s son-in-law and chairman of Ora TV, called his remarks about undocumented immigrants racist and an insult. An Episode of Politicking which aired on September 8, 2016 and featured 2016 presidential candidate Donald Trump was the spark of a controversy. Numerous media outlets reported the interview was done by Russian state owned, 'Kremlin-backed' television. Ora TV released a statement clarifying that the content is licensed to RT America but produced independently from the network.

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Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo - Netflix

As part of her role as FOX Business Network's global markets editor, business journalist Maria Bartiromo hosts this weekly Sunday morning show on FBN sister network FOX News Channel Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo that focuses more on the general economy than the stock market specifically. The hourlong show provides viewers with information about how recent news events affect the economy. In addition, Bartiromo interviews business leaders and newsmakers on topics that include job creation and investment opportunities.

Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2014-03-30

Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo - Maria Bartiromo - Netflix

Maria Sara Bartiromo (born September 11, 1967) is an American television journalist, magazine columnist, and author. She is host of Mornings with Maria and Maria Bartiromo's Wall Street (the direct successor to the original “Wall Street Week” on PBS, renamed in early 2018). Bartiromo is global markets editor at Fox Business Network as well as the host of Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo on Fox News. She hosts Fox Business Global Power Players segments. She worked at CNN for five years before joining CNBC television. In 2013, she joined Fox Business Network and Fox News. At CNBC, she was the anchor of the Closing Bell program and the host and managing editor of On the Money with Maria Bartiromo and is credited for becoming the first reporter to broadcast live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo - Popular culture - Netflix

Joey Ramone, of The Ramones, developed a crush on Bartiromo after his band broke up in the late 1990s. He subsequently wrote a song titled “Maria Bartiromo” that appeared on the Don't Worry About Me album released posthumously in 2002.

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Tagata Pasifika - Netflix

Tagata Pasifika is a weekly TV show covering the stories of Pacific people and issues in NZ and abroad.

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2016-06-06

Tagata Pasifika - List of television stations in Samoa - Netflix

This is a list of the television stations in Samoa.

Tagata Pasifika - VBTV - Netflix

VBTV Previously (Vaiala Beach Television) is now operated as a Catholic station broadcasting EWTN, the Catholic TV satellite channel.

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48 Hours - Netflix

48 Hours is a CBS news magazine that investigates intriguing crime and justice cases that touch on all aspects of the human experience. Over its long run, the show has helped exonerate wrongly convicted people, driven the reopening -- and resolution -- of cold cases, and changed numerous lives. CBS News correspondents offer an in-depth look into each story, with the emphasis on solving the mystery at its heart. The program and its team have earned critical acclaim, including 20 Emmys and three Peabody Awards.

48 Hours - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 1988-01-19

48 Hours - 48 Hours (TV series) - Netflix

48 Hours is an American documentary/news magazine television series broadcast on CBS. The series has been broadcast on the network since January 19, 1988. The program airs Saturdays at 10:00 p.m. Eastern and Pacific Time, as part of the network's placeholder Crimetime Saturday block; as such, it is currently one of only two remaining first-run prime time programs (excluding sports) airing Saturday nights on the major U.S. broadcast television networks (along with Univision's Sabadazo). The program sometimes airs two-hour editions or two consecutive one-hour editions, depending on the subject involved or to serve as counterprogramming against other networks. The current senior executive producer is Susan Zirinsky. Zirinsky has served as executive producer since 1996. Reruns of 48 Hours are regularly broadcast on Investigation Discovery, the Oprah Winfrey Network and TLC as part of their daytime and/or weekend schedules, with varying titles based on the edition's subject matter (such as 48 Hours Hard Evidence, 48 Hours Investigates (a title that has also been used for the CBS broadcasts), 48 Hours on OWN or 48 Hours on ID).

48 Hours - 48 Hours: NCIS - Netflix

48 Hours: NCIS utilizes a similar format to the standard, although it instead features real life cases from the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. Rocky Carroll, who plays NCIS director Leon Vance on NCIS, narrates these episodes, which aired on April 25, May 12, and May 23-June 13, 2017, all of which except for May 12 being on Tuesdays. As of 2018, it is in its second season.

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Tuesday in Parliament - Netflix

Highlights of proceedings in Parliament.

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2016-03-22

Tuesday in Parliament - What Happened to Monday - Netflix

What Happened to Monday (known as Seven Sisters in Canada, France, Spain, Italy and Slovakia) is a 2017 dystopian science fiction thriller film, written by Max Botkin and Kerry Williamson, directed by Tommy Wirkola and starring Noomi Rapace, Glenn Close and Willem Dafoe. The film was released theatrically in Europe and Asia and Netflix bought the streaming rights to the film for the United States as well as the U.K. and Latin America. Netflix released the film on August 18, 2017.

Tuesday in Parliament - Release - Netflix

What Happened to Monday premiered at the 2017 Locarno Festival.

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MediaBuzz - Netflix

Veteran journalist Howard Kurtz is no stranger to criticizing the media. He did it for 20 years as a media columnist for The Washington Post and as host of CNN's long-running ``Reliable Sources'' from 1998 through the first half of 2013. So it's no surprise that shortly after departing CNN in mid-2013 for rival Fox News Channel he would premiere a show for his new employer that is modeled after his previous program. In addition to Kurtz and his weekly panel discussing how the press covers a variety of topics that include technology, social media, politics and sports, the host also interviews some of the country's top journalists. And, as you might expect in these social mediacentric times, MediaBuzz features some viewers' questions and comments on the show.

MediaBuzz - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2013-09-08

MediaBuzz - Fox News Watch - Netflix

Fox News Watch is an American current event debate program on the Fox News Channel hosted by Jon Scott which was dedicated to discussing media bias. The show ended August 31, 2013, replaced by the similar MediaBuzz.

MediaBuzz - Reception and criticism - Netflix

Left-wing media critics and bloggers argue that Fox News Watch perpetuates the myth of liberal bias in the mainstream media while ignoring conservative bias by Fox News. Fox News Watch has also been accused of ignoring or dismissing controversies concerning Fox News' parent company, News Corporation, such as when an outtake was leaked online showing the program's panelists refusing to discuss News Corp's phone hacking scandal.

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Good Morning Britain - Netflix

Good Morning Britain (also known as GMB) is a breakfast programme on British television network ITV, broadcast weekdays from 6:00am to 8:30am. Good Morning Britain was launched on 28 April 2014 in place of Daybreak.

Good Morning Britain - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 150 minutes

Premier: 2014-04-28

Good Morning Britain - Ranvir Singh - Netflix

Ranvir Singh (born 11 August 1977) is an English television presenter and journalist, best known for her presenting roles on the ITV Breakfast programmes Daybreak and Good Morning Britain. Singh occasionally presents the ITV News bulletins, acting as a stand-in presenter and has presented Real Stories with Ranvir Singh (2015–2016) and Eat, Shop, Save (2017–present), both primetime factual series for ITV.

Good Morning Britain - Awards and honours - Netflix

In July 2013, Singh received an Honorary Fellowship from the University of Central Lancashire. In October 2015 she won Media Personality of the Year at the Asian Media Awards. On 20 January 2017 she was inaugurated as Chancellor of the University of Central Lancashire.

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Tuesday in Parliament - Netflix

Highlights of proceedings in Parliament.

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2016-03-22

Tuesday in Parliament - New Zealand Parliament - Netflix

The New Zealand Parliament (Māori: Pāremata Aotearoa) is the legislature of New Zealand, consisting of the Queen of New Zealand (Queen-in-Parliament) and the New Zealand House of Representatives. The Queen is usually represented by a governor-general. Before 1951, there was an upper chamber, the New Zealand Legislative Council. The Parliament was established in 1854 and is one of the oldest continuously functioning legislatures in the world. The House of Representatives has met in the Parliament Buildings located in Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand, since 1865. It normally consists of 120 members of Parliament (MPs), though sometimes more due to overhang seats. 71 MPs are elected directly in electorate seats and the remainder are filled by list MPs based on each party's share of the party vote. Māori were represented in Parliament from 1867, and in 1893 women gained the vote. New Zealand does not allow sentenced prisoners to vote. Although elections can be called early, each three years the House is dissolved and goes up for reelection. The Parliament is closely linked to the executive. The New Zealand Government comprises a prime minister (head of government) and other ministers. In accordance with the principle of responsible government, these individuals are always drawn from the House of Representatives, and are held accountable to it. Neither the monarch (currently Queen Elizabeth II) nor her governor-general participates in the legislative process, save for signifying the Queen's approval to a bill passed by the House, known as the granting of royal assent, which is necessary for a bill to be enacted as law.

Tuesday in Parliament - History - Netflix

The New Zealand Parliament was created by the New Zealand Constitution Act 1852 of the United Kingdom (UK), which established a bicameral legislature officially called the “General Assembly”, but usually referred to as Parliament. It was based on the Westminster model (that is, the model of the British Parliament) and had a lower house, called the House of Representatives, and an upper house, called the Legislative Council. The members of the House of Representatives were elected under the first-past-the-post (FPP) voting system, while those of the Council were appointed by the Governor. Originally Councillors were appointed for life, but later their terms were fixed at seven years. This change, coupled with responsible government (whereby the Premier advised the Governor on Council appointments) and party politics, meant that by the 20th century, the government usually controlled the Council as well as the House, and the passage of bills through the Council became a formality. In 1951, the Council was abolished altogether, making the New Zealand legislature unicameral. Under the Constitution Act, legislative power was also conferred on New Zealand's provinces (originally six in number), each of which had its own elected Legislative Council. These provincial legislatures were able to legislate for their provinces on most subjects. However, New Zealand was never a federal dominion like Canada or Australia; Parliament could legislate concurrently with the provinces on any matter, and in the event of a conflict, the law passed by Parliament would prevail. Over a twenty-year period, political power was progressively centralised, and the provinces were abolished altogether in 1876. Four Māori electorates were created in 1867 during the term of the 4th Parliament. The Māori electorates have lasted far longer than the intended five years. In 2002, the seats increased in number to seven.

Originally the New Zealand Parliament remained subordinate to the British Parliament, the supreme legislative authority for the entire British Empire. The New Zealand Parliament received progressively more control over New Zealand affairs through the passage of Imperial (British) laws such as the Colonial Laws Validity Act 1865, constitutional amendments, and an increasingly hands-off approach by the British government. Finally, in 1947, the Statute of Westminster Adoption Act gave Parliament full power over New Zealand law, and the New Zealand Constitution Amendment Act 1947 of the UK allowed Parliament to regulate its own composition. In 1986 a new Constitution Act was passed, restating the few remaining provisions of the 1852 Act, consolidating the legislation establishing Parliament and officially replacing the name “General Assembly” with “Parliament”. One historical speciality of the New Zealand Parliament was the country quota, which gave greater representation to rural politics. From 1889 on (and even earlier in more informal forms), districts were weighted according to their urban/rural split (with any locality of less than 2,000 people considered rural). Those districts which had large rural proportions received a greater number of nominal votes than they actually contained voters – as an example, in 1927, Waipawa, a district without any urban population at all, received an additional 4,153 nominal votes to its actual 14,838 – having the maximum factor of 28% extra representation. The country quota was in effect until it was abolished in 1945 by a mostly urban-elected Labour government, which switched to a one-vote-per-person system.

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News, Sport, Weather - Netflix

News reports on the big stories from the UK and around the world.

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2017-01-06

News, Sport, Weather - Nine News Melbourne - Netflix

Nine News Melbourne is the weeknight, flagship news bulletin of the Nine Network. It is screened in Melbourne, and across Victoria (weekends only). Like all Nine News bulletins, the Melbourne bulletin runs for one hour, from 6PM every day. It comprises local, national and international news, as well as sport, weather and finance.

News, Sport, Weather - Weekends - Netflix

Alicia Loxley (2011–present) Clint Stanaway (2011–present) Justine Conway (2016–present)

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Sky News with Colin Brazier and Jayne Secker - Netflix

The latest news sport and weather with Colin Brazier and Jayne Secker.

Sky News with Colin Brazier and Jayne Secker - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 240 minutes

Premier: 2014-09-01

Sky News with Colin Brazier and Jayne Secker - Sky News presenters and editorial team - Netflix

Sky News has approximately 600 staff of which approximately 50 work on screen.

Sky News with Colin Brazier and Jayne Secker - Editors, correspondents & bureau chiefs - Netflix

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ABC News: Early Edition - Netflix

James McHale presents a complete half hour snapshot of the day's key stories, with a focus on major national and world news. Includes political coverage from Canberra, sport, finance and weather with Graham Creed.

ABC News: Early Edition - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2016-05-23

ABC News: Early Edition - Australian Broadcasting Corporation - Netflix

The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) founded in 1929 is Australia's national broadcaster, funded by the Australian Federal Government but specifically independent of Government and politics in the Commonwealth. The ABC plays a leading role in journalistic independence and is fundamental in the history of broadcasting in Australia. It is modelled on the BBC in the United Kingdom. While originally financed by a similar method to the British model using consumer licence fees on broadcasting receivers, its funding has evolved to the current model approved by the Australian Parliament which, except for some programs on its digital iView service, does not involve direct fees on consumers, but is primarily a mix of direct grants from the government and commercial activities related to its core broadcasting mission. In recent times, the ABC provides television, radio, online and mobile services throughout metropolitan and regional Australia and overseas through Australia Plus and Radio Australia.

ABC News: Early Edition - Independence and impartiality - Netflix

... the ABC gather and present news and information with impartiality and presents a diversity of perspectives so that, over time, no significant strand of thought or belief within the community is knowingly excluded or disproportionately represented. The broadcaster is expected to take no editorial stance other than a commitment to fundamental democratic principles.

Under the Australian Broadcasting Corporation Act 1983, the ABC Board is bound to “maintain the independence and integrity of the Corporation” and to ensure that “the gathering and presentation by the Corporation of news and information is accurate and impartial according to the recognized standards of objective journalism.” In relation to impartiality and diversity of perspectives, the current ABC editorial policy requires of the broadcaster that:

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On the Record with Brit Hume - Netflix

Follow the most dynamic and captivating election in recent history with one of the best political analysts in the business! Brit Hume brings you a jam-packed hour of powerful analysis and all of the up-to-the-minute developments from the 2016 campaign trail in On the Record with Brit Hume.

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On the Record with Brit Hume - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2016-09-07

On the Record with Brit Hume - Brit Hume - Netflix

Alexander Britton “Brit” Hume (born June 22, 1943) is an American television journalist and political commentator. Hume had a 23-year career with ABC News, where he contributed to World News Tonight with Peter Jennings, Nightline and This Week. He served as ABC's chief White House correspondent from 1989 through 1996. He then spent 12 years as the Washington, D.C., managing editor of the Fox News Channel and the anchor of Special Report with Brit Hume. After retiring as the anchor of Special Report in 2008, he became a senior political analyst for Fox News and a regular panelist on Fox News Sunday. In September 2016, he was named the interim anchor of On the Record, after the abrupt resignation of the show's longtime host, Greta Van Susteren, and served in that capacity through the 2016 elections.

On the Record with Brit Hume - On the Record - Netflix

On September 6, 2016, Hume was named the anchor of On the Record after that show's longtime anchor, Greta Van Susteren, abruptly left Fox News. He served as the program's anchor through the end of the 2016 elections. Hume's first show as host of On the Record drew 2.4 million viewers, a double-digit increase over Van Susteren's average viewing audience in 2016. On November 4, 2016, it was announced that Tucker Carlson would host a new show in the former On the Record timeslot from November 14, 2016.

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The Angelus - Netflix

The one minute daily reflective Angelus broadcast on RTÉ One is one of Ireland's longest-running programmes, having been aired daily at 6.00pm since the inception of RTÉ television in 1962.

The Angelus - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 1 minutes

Premier: 1961-12-31

The Angelus - Angelus Temple - Netflix

Angelus Temple is a Pentecostal megachurch of the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel in the Echo Park district of Los Angeles, California, United States. The senior pastor is Matthew Barnett. The attendance is 8,975 persons.

The Angelus - Buildings - Netflix

It was constructed under the leadership of denominational founder Aimee Semple McPherson and dedicated on January 1, 1923. The cornerstone of the building bears the inscription “Dedicated unto the cause of inter-denominational and worldwide evangelism”. The temple, located opposite Echo Park Lake, had an original seating capacity of 5,300, huge for a church then and now, but suited well for the crowds McPherson attracted as an evangelical sensation of the 1920s and 1930s. The halcyon days have yet to be repeated, and a 2002 renovation has left it with a capacity of a more manageable 3,500. According to the United States Department of Labor’s Consumer Price Index, Angelus Temple’s construction would cost $3,245,964.91 in 2014. It was the largest construction of its time in North America, rising “125 feet from the main floor”. A panorama of clouds, which was the work of artist Anne Henneke, adorns the ceiling, and the temple has eight stained glass windows depicting the life of Jesus Christ, created by artist George Haskins. The building underwent renovations in 1972, while still retaining its original interior and exterior appearance. The lighted cross atop the temple's dome is a longstanding landmark. The entire temple was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1992. It was a Class “A” fireproof building constructed of concrete and steel designed by Brook Hawkins. The main architectural feature of the structure is its large, unsupported concrete dome coated with a mixture of ground abalone shells. The dome's interior was painted azure blue, with fleecy clouds, a reminder to “work while it's day” and “to look for His coming”. McPherson insisted on a bright joyous setting, avoiding any reminder of sin from either artwork or motto. In back of the pulpit was her theme verse from Hebrews 13:8 “Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and today and forever.” She later said that she loved “every stone in Angelus Temple,...I love to touch its walls, its altar,...I look to its high vaulted dome....” but no part of the church pleased her more than the magnificent Kimball pipe organ which always soothed her and brought her peace of mind. The main building was dedicated on January 1, 1923. The auditorium had a seating capacity of 5,300 people and was filled three times each day, seven days a week. L. I. F. E. Bible College was founded in a building adjacent to Angelus Temple. This building is currently the home of the Angelus Temple Hispanic Church. The former Queen of Angels Hospital is the base of operations for the Dream Center, which housed many people from the Gulf States displaced after Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita. In 2001, Pastor Matthew Barnett and the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel united the Dream Center with Angelus Temple.

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Seven News Investigates - Netflix

Seven News Investigates - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2016-06-20

Seven News Investigates - Brian Ross (journalist) - Netflix

Brian Elliot Ross (born October 23, 1948) is an American investigative journalist who serves as Chief Investigative Correspondent for ABC News. He reports for ABC World News Tonight with David Muir, Nightline, Good Morning America, 20/20, and ABC News Radio. Ross joined ABC News in July 1994. His investigative reports have often covered government corruption. He has been with ABC News since July 1994. From 1974 until 1994, Ross was a correspondent for NBC News.

Seven News Investigates - Early life - Netflix

Ross was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. He graduated from the University of Iowa journalism school in 1971.

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World News Today - Netflix

The latest national and international news and business developments.

World News Today - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2015-11-30

World News Today - Today (U.S. TV program) - Netflix

Today, also called The Today Show, is an American news and talk morning television show that airs on NBC. The program debuted on January 14, 1952. It was the first of its genre on American television and in the world, and after 66 years of broadcasting it is the fifth-longest-running American television series. Originally a weekday two-hour program from 7-9 a.m., it expanded to Sundays in 1987 and Saturdays in 1992. The weekday broadcast expanded to three hours in 2000, and to four hours in 2007 (though over time, the third and fourth hours essentially became their own distinct entities). Today's dominance was virtually unchallenged by the other networks until the late 1980s, when it was overtaken by ABC's Good Morning America. Today retook the Nielsen ratings lead the week of December 11, 1995, and held onto that position for 852 consecutive weeks until the week of April 9, 2012, when Good Morning America topped it again. Today maintained its No. 2 status behind GMA from the summer of 2012 until it regained the lead in the aftermath of anchor Matt Lauer's departure in November 2017. In 2002, Today was ranked No. 17 on TV Guide's 50 Greatest TV Shows of All Time. The entertainment magazine Variety reported the 2016 advertising revenue during the first two hours of the show was $508.8 million.

World News Today - J. Fred Muggs - Netflix

From 1953 to 1957, the program featured J. Fred Muggs, a chimpanzee whose antics entertained viewers, but frustrated the program's staff, especially Dave Garroway. Also occasionally appearing was J. Fred's “girlfriend” Phoebe B. Beebe.

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Meet the Press - Netflix

For almost as long as there has been television, there's been Meet the Press. The hourlong Sunday morning public affairs program has featured interviews with countless U.S. and world leaders, and has reviewed, analyzed and discussed the news of the week -- all while looking toward the week ahead.

Meet the Press - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 1947-11-06

Meet the Press - Meet the Parents - Netflix

Meet the Parents is a 2000 American comedy written by Jim Herzfeld and John Hamburg and directed by Jay Roach. Starring Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller, the film chronicles a series of unfortunate events that befall a good-hearted but hapless nurse while visiting his girlfriend's parents. Teri Polo, Blythe Danner, and Owen Wilson also star. Meet the Parents is a remake of a 1992 film of the same name directed by Greg Glienna and produced by Jim Vincent. Glienna—who also played the original film's main protagonist—and Mary Ruth Clarke co-wrote the screenplay. Universal Studios purchased the rights to Glienna's film with the intent of creating a new version. Jim Herzfeld expanded the original script but development was halted for some time. Jay Roach read the expanded script and expressed his desire to direct the film but Universal declined him. At that time, Steven Spielberg was interested in directing the film while Jim Carrey was interested in playing the lead role. The studio only offered the film to Roach once Spielberg and Carrey left the project. Released in the United States and Canada on October 6, 2000 and distributed by Universal Studios, the film earned back its initial budget of $55 million in only eleven days. It went on to become one of the highest-grossing films of 2000, earning over $160 million in North America and over $330 million worldwide. Meet the Parents was well received by film critics and viewers alike, winning several awards and earning additional nominations. Ben Stiller won two comedy awards for his performance and the film was chosen as the Favorite Comedy Motion Picture at the 2001 People's Choice Awards. The success of Meet the Parents inspired two film sequels, namely Meet the Fockers and Little Fockers released in 2004 and 2010 respectively. Meet the Parents also inspired a reality television show titled Meet My Folks and a situation comedy titled In-Laws, both of them debuting on NBC in 2002.

Meet the Press - Themes - Netflix

Greg Focker is a middle-class Jewish nurse whose social and cultural position is juxtaposed against the Byrnes family of upper-class White Anglo-Saxon Protestants. With respect to Greg as a Jew and a nurse when compared to the Byrnes and Banks families, a distinct cultural gap is created and subsequently widened. The cultural differences are often highlighted and Greg is repeatedly made aware of them. This serves to achieve comedic effect through character development and has also been commented upon as being indicative of thematic portrayal of Jewish characters' roles in modern film as well as being a prime example of how male nurses are portrayed in media. Speaking about character development in Meet the Parents, director Jay Roach stated that he wanted an opportunity to “do character-driven comedy” and “to create realistic characters, but heighten the comedic situations and predicaments.” Vincent Brook observes mainstream Hollywood cinema's tendency since the 1990s of incorporating Jewish liminality and “popularizing the Jew.” He explains the “manly Jewish triumph” of characters like Jeff Goldblum's David Levinson in Independence Day and labels it as a “certain answer to America's yearnings for a new Jewish hero.” This stands in direct contrast to the schlemiel or “the Jewish fool” which was seen to have been revitalized in the mid-1990s after faltering since the 1960s. The schlemiel, Brook explains, is an anti-hero in whose humiliation the audience finds supreme pleasure. Within that context, Brook describes Greg Focker's character as “the quintessential example of the postmodern schlemiel.” The repeated embarrassing encounters that Greg faces with his girlfriend's all-American family is compared to the example of Jason Biggs's character Jim Levenstein of the American Pie film series where Levenstein is often the comedic centerpiece due to his repeated sexual embarrassments.

Anne Bower writes about Jewish characters at mealtime as part of the broader movement she believes started in the 1960s where filmmakers started producing work that explored the “Jewish self-definition.” She postulates that the dinner table becomes an arena where Jewish characters are often and most pointedly put into “conflicts with their ethnic and sexual selves.” She describes the example of Greg sitting down for dinner with the Byrnes family and being asked to bless the food. In this scene, Greg attempts to recite a prayer by improvising and, in doing so, launches into a recital of the song “Day by Day” from Act I of Godspell. Bower notes this scene as “particularly important for establishing the cultural distance” between the Jewish Greg and the Christian Byrnes. She noted that the social gap is further widened next morning when Greg is the last person to arrive at the breakfast table; he shows up wearing pajamas while everyone else is fully clothed. Here Greg is shown eating a bagel, which Bower argues as being a clear signifier of Jewishness. Based on common misconceptions and stereotypes about men in nursing, Greg's profession is repeatedly brought up by Jack Byrnes in a negative context and the character of Greg Focker has come to be one of the best known film portrayals of a male nurse. Even though men dominated the profession in earlier times, there has been a feminization of the nursing profession over the course of the last century which has caused men in nursing to often be portrayed as misfits by the media. A common stereotype is that of a man who accepts a career in nursing as an unfortunate secondary career choice, either failing to become a physician or still trying to become one. Such stereotyping is due to a presumption that a man would prefer to be a physician but is unable to become one due to lack of intelligence or non-masculine attributes. Jack Byrnes is often seen openly criticizing Greg's career choice per his perception of nursing being an effeminate profession. In their book Men in Nursing: History, Challenges, and Opportunities authors Chad O'Lynn and Russell Tranbarger present this as an example of a negative portrayal. Commenting on the same issue but disagreeing, Barbara Cherry in her book Contemporary Nursing: Issues, Trends, & Management called the portrayal of Greg as a nurse “one of the most positive film portrayals of men who are nurses” and commented that Greg “humorously addresses and rises above the worst of all stereotypes that are endured by men in this profession.” Sandy and Harry Summers in the book Saving Lives: Why the Media's Portrayal of Nurses Puts Us All at Risk postulate that Greg's character, although intelligent and firm in his defense of his profession, “might have done more to rebut the stereotypes” while also reporting that “some men in nursing” expressed their opinions that it would have been better to not present the stereotypes at all.

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STV News Special - Netflix

Special events are covered by the STV team.

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2017-06-09

STV News Special - STV Sports Centre - Netflix

STV Sports Centre was a Scottish regional sports stand, covering the two STV franchise areas of Northern and Central Scotland. The strand was produced the STV News department in Glasgow (STV Central), with contributions from STV North's news team in Aberdeen. Until May 2011, Sports Centre aired two different programmes: Friday Night Football, broadcast on Friday nights at 10:30pm, and Magners League Rugby - airing on Sundays straight after the late ITV News bulletin. Short Sports Centre news bulletins also aired on Monday - Thursday nights at 10:35pm during the late regional bulletins from STV News. The first series of STV Sports Centre, launched just two years after the long-running Scotsport was axed, featured interviews, special reports, analysis, a preview of the weekend's football and competitions. Gerry McCulloch and Sheelagh McLaren were the main co-hosts, Stefani Dailly and Chris Harvey acted as relief presenters in their absence.

STV News Special - Sports Centre Rugby - Netflix

Sports Centre Rugby was broadcast on Sunday nights after the late ITV News bulletin. It featured highlights from the weekend's Celtic League games with extended coverage of matches involving Glasgow Warriors and Edinburgh Rugby. Originally broadcast as STV Rugby, the programme was introduced in September 2009 after a deal was reached between the Celtic League Association, Scottish Rugby and STV, following the closure of Setanta Sports' UK operations. The Sports Centre strand was discontinued in 2011, with highlights of the new 2011/12 rugby season, now known as Pro12 airing under the STV Rugby banner once again.

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Prime Minister's Questions - Netflix

Recorded coverage of questions today in the House of Commons to the Prime Minister.

Prime Minister's Questions - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2016-03-23

Prime Minister's Questions - Prime Minister of India - Netflix

The Prime Minister of India is the leader of the executive of the Government of India. The prime minister is also the chief adviser to the President of India and head of the Council of Ministers. They can be a member of any of the two houses of the Parliament of India — the Lok Sabha (House of the People) and the Rajya Sabha (Council of the States) — but has to be a member of the political party or coalition, having a majority in the Lok Sabha. The prime minister is the senior-most member of cabinet in the executive of government in a parliamentary system. The prime minister selects and can dismiss members of the cabinet; allocates posts to members within the government; and is the presiding member and chairperson of the cabinet. The union cabinet headed by the prime minister is appointed by the President of India to assist the latter in the administration of the affairs of the executive. Union cabinet is collectively responsible to the Lok Sabha as per Article 75(3) of the Constitution of India. The prime minister has to enjoy the confidence of a majority in the Lok Sabha and shall resign if they are unable to prove majority when instructed by the president.

Prime Minister's Questions - Deputy prime minister - Netflix

The post of Deputy Prime Minister of India is not technically a constitutional post, nor is there any mention of it in an Act of the parliament. But historically, on various occasions, different governments have assigned one of their senior ministers as the 'deputy prime minister'. There is neither constitutional requirement for filling the post of deputy PM, nor does the post provide any kind of special powers. Typically, senior cabinet ministers like the finance minister or the home minister are appointed as deputy prime minister. The post is considered to be the senior most in the cabinet after the prime minister and represents the government in his/her absence. Generally, deputy prime ministers have been appointed to strengthen the coalition governments. The first holder of this post was Vallabhbhai Patel, who was also the home minister in Jawaharlal Nehru's cabinet.

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Teen Kids News - Netflix

Teen Kids News (initially titled EKN Worldwide Kids News and alternately abbreviated on-air as TKN since 2012) is an educational newsmagazine series aimed at children between the ages of 13–16 years old and their parents that debuted in first-run syndication the weekend of September 27, 2003. Teen Kids News discusses important issues in a format intended to educate and inform both children and adults. In-studio segments are shot at studios in Manhattan with field reports done on location around the country and world. The series meets Federal Communications Commission guidelines for educational and informational programming. U.S. television stations are required by law to broadcast three hours of children's programming each week; the majority of affiliates that run the series typically air it on Saturday or Sunday mornings depending on the station, though a few air the series on Fridays in the morning or daytime time periods.

The series airs on over 200 TV stations covering approximately 91% of the country and is seen in 1,000 locations in 175 countries worldwide through the American Forces Network and is seen in 12,600 schools through a special classroom education feed. Although the TV Parental Guidelines do not require news programs to receive a rating, all episodes of the series are rated TV-PG. Beginning with the tenth season premiere on the weekend of September 15, 2012, Teen Kids News began broadcasting in high-definition. In-studio segments are broadcast in the format, though most field reports continue to be produced and aired in 4:3 standard definition, with pillarboxing added to fill the left and right sides ofwidescreen television sets.

Teen Kids News - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2003-09-27

Teen Kids News - Cole Sprouse - Netflix

Cole Mitchell Sprouse (born August 4, 1992) is an American actor, and twin brother of Dylan Sprouse. He is known for his role as Cody Martin on the Disney Channel series The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and its spinoff The Suite Life on Deck. As of 2017, Sprouse stars as Jughead Jones on The CW television series Riverdale.

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CTV National News - Netflix

The most-watched news program in Canada for more than two decades is headed by Lisa LaFlamme, who delivers the news each weeknight supported by a team of correspondents and bureau reporters across North America.

CTV National News - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 1961-10-01

CTV National News - Lloyd Robertson - Netflix

Lloyd Robertson, OC (born January 19, 1934) is a Canadian journalist and former news anchor who is special correspondent on CTV's weekly magazine series, W5. Robertson served as the chief anchor and senior editor of CTV's national evening newscast, CTV News with Lloyd Robertson, until September 2011, when he retired from the CTV National News team. He co-hosted W5 from 2011 to 2016. Robertson has covered many major events throughout his career, including the 1967 opening of Expo 67 in Montreal, the 1969 Moon landing (along with Percy Saltzman), many Olympic Games, Terry Fox's Marathon of Hope, the patriation of the Constitution of Canada, both the 1980 Quebec referendum and the 1995 Quebec referendum on separation from Canada, many federal elections, the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, the September 11 attacks in 2001, and the power outage crisis on both sides of the border. On the scene, he has covered the construction of the Berlin Wall, the deaths of four former Canadian prime ministers, the elections of nearly half of Canada's prime ministers, state funerals, and royal, papal, and U.S. presidential visits. His name was also the basis for the satirical news anchor character Floyd Robertson, portrayed by Joe Flaherty on the Canadian TV comedy series SCTV.

CTV National News - Personal life - Netflix

Robertson married his high school sweetheart, Nancy Barrett, in July 1956. They have four daughters (Lisa, Nanci, Susan, and Lynda) and seven grandchildren. On March 29, 2018, Robertson was uninjured in a multi-vehicle traffic accident on the Don Valley Parkway.

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Squawk on the Street - Netflix

Squawk on the Street is headquartered live on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. We are there when the all-important opening bell rings every day. With our exclusive "Eye on the Floor" wireless cameras at the NYSE we take the viewer onto the floor of the exchange, right to the posts where the biggest companies in the world trade. In addition, our exclusive "Tick by Tick" charts track the action of every trade of every stock. Our live market coverage doesn't stop on the corner of Wall and Broad Streets in lower Manhattan. We also have exclusive coverage from the floor of the CME Group in Chicago giving our viewers the treasury, currency and commodity action in real time. In addition, "Squawk on the Street" is also on the air when the closing bells ring throughout Europe. That final hour of European trading starting at 10:30am eastern has proven to be very volatile and has a major impact on all U.S. based markets.

Squawk on the Street - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 120 minutes

Premier: 2005-12-19

Squawk on the Street - Squawk on the Street - Netflix

Squawk on the Street, which debuted on December 19, 2005, is a business show on CNBC that follows the first 90 minutes of trading on Wall Street in the United States. Originally airing as a one-hour program, the show doubled its airtime to two hours on July 19, 2007 (due in part to Liz Claman's departure from the network). This replaced the first hour of Morning Call (later renamed The Call on August 8, 2007), which aired one hour later and had its airtime reduced in half. On October 17, 2011, Squawk on the Street was expanded to 3 hours, from 9am to noon ET. The Call was canceled as a result of this program's expansion. On May 19, 2014, Squawk on the Street reverted to 2 hours (9am to 11am ET) as a new program, Squawk Alley, debuted on that day.

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PBS NewsHour - Netflix

PBS NewsHour is the long running news magazine broadcast every weeknight on PBS. The show was created by veteran newsmen Robert MacNeil & Jim Lehrer, and has been on the air since 1975. In 2009, the show, previously known as The NewsHour With Jim Lehrer, became PBS NewsHour. One of the major differences between network news and the PBS NewsHour is that because the show is publicly funded, there are no commercials. This allows the NewsHour to dedicate more time to comprehensive reporting. The nightly broadcast features a two-anchor format, with a rotation of NEWSHOUR senior correspondents Gwen Ifill, Judy Woodruff and Jeffrey Brown. Senior correspondents Margaret Warner and Ray Suarez deliver compelling original reporting & newsmaker interviews from the field. Correspondent Hari Sreenivasan delivers news to the digital world and anchors the news summary on the television broadcasts.

PBS NewsHour - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 1975-10-20

PBS NewsHour - Gwen Ifill - Netflix

Gwendolyn L. “Gwen” Ifill ( EYE-fəl; September 29, 1955 – November 14, 2016) was an American Peabody Award-winning journalist, television newscaster, and author. In 1999, she became the first woman of African Descent to host a nationally televised U.S. public affairs program with Washington Week in Review. She was the moderator and managing editor of Washington Week and co-anchor and co-managing editor, with Judy Woodruff, of PBS NewsHour, both of which air on PBS. Ifill was a political analyst and moderated the 2004 and 2008 American vice-presidential debates. She authored the best-selling book The Breakthrough: Politics and Race in the Age of Obama.

PBS NewsHour - Early life and education - Netflix

Ifill was born in the Queens neighborhood of Jamaica in New York City, the fifth of six children of African Methodist Episcopal (AME) minister (Oliver) Urcille Ifill, Sr., a Panamanian of Barbadian descent who emigrated from Panama, and Eleanor Ifill, who was from Barbados. Her father's ministry required the family to live in several cities in New England and on the Eastern Seaboard during her youth, where he pastored AME churches. As a child, she lived in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts church parsonages and in federally-subsidized housing in Buffalo and New York City. She graduated in 1977 with a Bachelor of Arts in communications from Simmons College, a women's college in Boston, Massachusetts.

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Sky News at Seven - Netflix

The latest news, sport and weather with Stephen Dixon.

Sky News at Seven - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2016-03-12

Sky News at Seven - List of The Seven Deadly Sins episodes - Netflix

The Seven Deadly Sins is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Nakaba Suzuki. The series follows Elizabeth, the third princess of the Kingdom of Liones, who is in search of the Seven Deadly Sins, a group of former Holy Knights who were disbanded after the kingdom was overthrown. She enlists the help of Meliodas and Hawk, the captain of the Seven Deadly Sins and his talking pet pig, to assemble the remaining members of the Seven Deadly Sins and take back the kingdom from the Holy Knights. The series debuted on MBS and other Japan News Network stations on October 5, 2014. A second season of the anime series was confirmed on September 27, 2015, and aired on January 13, 2018. An original video animation (OVA) titled “Ban's Additional Chapter” (バンの番外編, Ban no Bangai-hen) was included with the limited edition of volume 15 of the manga, released on June 17, 2015. A second OVA composed of nine humorous shorts was shipped with the limited edition of the sixteenth volume of the manga, released on August 12, 2015. The first The Seven Deadly Sins anime series was licensed for English release by Netflix as its second exclusive anime, following their acquisition of Knights of Sidonia. All 24 episodes were released on November 1, 2015 in both subtitled or English dub formats. The Signs of Holy War arc of the series, labeled as Season 2, was added to the service on February 17, 2017.

Sky News at Seven - Songs - Netflix

The show's first opening theme song is “Netsujō no Spectrum” (熱情のスペクトラム, Netsujō no Supekutoramu, “Spectrum of Passion”) performed by Ikimono-gakari for the first twelve episodes and the second opening theme is “Seven Deadly Sins” performed by Man with a Mission, while the first ending theme titled “7-Seven” is a collaboration between Flow and Granrodeo, the second ending theme from episode thirteen onwards is “Season” the major label debut of Alisa Takigawa. The Seven Deadly Sins: Revival of The Commandments first opening theme song titled “Howling” is a collaboration between Flow and Granrodeo, and first ending theme song is “Beautiful” performed by Anly. The second opening theme titled “Ame ga Furu kara, Niji ga Deru”(雨が降るから虹が出る) by Sky Peace and second ending theme titled “Chikai”(誓い) by Sora Amamiya.

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Sophy Ridge on Sunday - Netflix

Sky News is launching a new dynamic Sunday morning programme hosted by former political correspondent, Sophy Ridge. Sophy Ridge on Sunday will be a one hour programme broadcast at 10am that will focus on the political week in Westminster and what it means for the lives of the wider public.

The show will pick up on the mood of the nation as Brexit negotiations begin, and will examine how policy decisions will affect the lives of the electorate.

There will be a major interview at the top of the hour, a special weekly feature ‘Ridge on the Road' where Sophy explores how the country is reacting to Westminster, paper reviews and analysis from the Sky News specialist team on the week's major stories.

Sophy Ridge on Sunday - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 120 minutes

Premier: 2017-01-08

Sophy Ridge on Sunday - Robert Peston - Netflix

Robert James Kenneth Peston (born 25 April 1960) is a British journalist, presenter, and founder of the education charity Speakers for Schools. He is the Political Editor of ITV News and host of the weekly political discussion show Peston on Sunday. From February 2006 until March 2014, he was the Business Editor for BBC News and Economics Editor from March 2014 to November 2015. He became known to a wider public with his reporting of the late-2000s financial crisis, especially with his scoop on the Northern Rock crisis.

Sophy Ridge on Sunday - Awards - Netflix

Peston has won the Harold Wincott Senior Financial Journalist of the Year Award (2005), the London Press Club's Scoop of the Year Award (2005), Granada Television's What the Papers Say award for Investigative Journalist of the Year (1994) and the Wincott Young Financial Journalist of the Year (1986). At the Royal Television Society's Television Journalism Awards 2008/09 Peston won both “Specialist Journalist of the Year” and “Television Journalist of the Year” for his coverage of the credit crunch and a string of 'scoops' associated with it. Also, his scoop on Lloyds TSB's takeover of HBOS won the Royal Television Society's “Scoop of the Year” award. He was voted Best Performer in a Non-Acting Role in the Broadcasting Press Guild's 2009 awards and Business Journalist of the Year in the London Press Club's 2009 awards. In the 2008 Wincott Awards, he won the Broadcaster of the Year Award and he won the online award for his blog. In 2009, he was named Political Journalist of the Year in the Political Studies Association Awards, and he topped polls of the general public and journalists carried out by Press Gazette to find the highest rated finance and business journalist. Peston's scoop on Northern Rock seeking emergency financial help from the Bank of England won the Royal Television Society's Television Journalism Award for Scoop of the Year in the 2007/8 awards and the Wincott Award for Business News/Current Affairs Programme of the Year. He was Journalist of the Year in the Business Journalism of the Year Awards for 2007/08, and also won in the Scoop category. Peston won the Work Foundation's Broadcast News Journalism Award and the Foundation's Radio Programme of the Year Award (for his File on 4, “The Inside Story of Northern Rock”). His blog won the digital media category in the Private Equity and Venture Capital Journalist of the Year Awards. Peston received an Honorary Doctorate from Heriot-Watt University in 2010. In 2011, he was honoured as a Fellow of Aberystwyth University in recognition of “his success in journalism, his insightful writing and his contribution to the local community”.

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Check-point - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: Dutch

Status: In Development

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2016-09-01

Check-point - Check mark - Netflix

A check mark, checkmark or tick is a mark (✓, ✔, etc.) used (primarily in the English speaking world) to indicate the concept “yes” (e.g. “yes; this has been verified”, “yes; that is the correct answer”, “yes; this has been completed”, or “yes; this [item or option] applies to me”). The x mark is also sometimes used for this purpose (most notably on election ballot papers, e.g. in the United Kingdom), but otherwise usually indicates “no”, incorrectness, or failure. As a verb, to check (off) or tick (off), means to add such a mark. Printed forms, printed documents, and computer software (see checkbox), commonly include squares in which to place check marks.

Check-point - History - Netflix

The check mark is believed to have been created during the Roman Empire. “V” was used to shorten the word “veritas”, meaning 'truth'. This was used to indicate yes, true, or confirmed on items in a list. Over time, the design of the mark started to change. As people started writing more quickly, the right side became elongated.

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Nuacht TG4 - Netflix

Regional, national and international headlines.

Nuacht TG4 - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2017-04-20

Nuacht TG4 - RTÉ News and Current Affairs - Netflix

RTÉ News and Current Affairs (Irish: Nuacht agus Cúrsaí Reatha RTÉ), is a major division of Raidió Teilifís Éireann and provides a range of national and international news and current affairs programming for RTÉ television, radio and online and also for the independent Irish language broadcaster TG4. It is, by far, the largest and most popular news source in Ireland – with 77% of the Irish public regarding it as their main source of both Irish and international news. It broadcasts in English, Irish and Irish Sign Language. The organisation is also a source of commentary on current affairs. The division is based at the RTÉ Television Centre in Donnybrook, Dublin, however, the station also operates regional bureaux across Ireland and the world.

Nuacht TG4 - Programming - Netflix

RTÉ News and Current Affairs is responsible for all the news bulletins on RTÉ One, RTÉ Two, TG4, RTÉ Radio 1, RTÉ 2fm, RTÉ lyric fm, RTE News Now, RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta, and RTÉ Europe. The division also provides written news updates on RTÉ's teletext service, Aertel, RTÉ Mobile and RTÉ.ie. General news bulletins on TV and radio are usually branded as RTÉ News. RTÉ News faces competition from within Ireland and abroad. For local news TV3 News provides competition in the television sector; as do Newstalk, Today FM and 4fm in the radio sector. As Ireland is a predominantly English-speaking nation, international news channels (CNBC Europe, CNN International, EuroNews, France 24, BBC News, Sky News, etc.) compete with RTÉ with regards television news coverage of international events. Despite this competition however, RTÉ News remains the most popular source of news in Ireland.

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Sky News at 5 with Andrew Wilson - Netflix

Andrew Wilson presents the latest national and international news, sport and weather.

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 90 minutes

Premier: 2016-04-15

Sky News at 5 with Andrew Wilson - Ricky Wilson (singer) - Netflix

Charles Richard “Ricky” Wilson (born 17 January 1978) is an English singer-songwriter, and the frontman of five-piece band Kaiser Chiefs. Before the formation of the band, in 2003, Wilson was a member of the band Runston Parva (later known as Parva), which consisted of members of Kaiser Chiefs. On 19 September 2013, Wilson was confirmed as a coach on The Voice UK. He was the winning coach for both the fourth and fifth series of the show, being the only coach to win two years consecutively. Wilson left the show after three series, following the show's move to ITV.

Sky News at 5 with Andrew Wilson - Personal life - Netflix

During the early days of Kaiser Chiefs, Wilson was well known for wearing stripy blazers, waistcoats, turn-up jeans, and winkle picker shoes, a style that won him the Shockwaves NME Award For Best Dressed Person in 2006. Lately, he has adopted a more casual dress code. Wilson is well known for his energetic stage presence, climbing scaffolding, standing on the safety barrier, and at times crowd surfing. Of crowd surfing, Wilson says he likes to “get out and see the crowd, see what they smell like”. Such exploits have occasionally resulted in injury, such as torn ankle ligaments after jumping off stage during a concert in Portugal. In May 2006, Wilson was involved in a hit-and-run accident in Leeds. He was hit by the car while attempting to walk over a pedestrian crossing, suffering only bruising and a broken toe owing to a 'Ricky trademark jump' which resulted in him hitting the windscreen and being flipped over the top of the vehicle rather than trapped underneath. Wilson and the band are supporters of Amnesty International and Nordoff-Robbins music therapy. Ricky is Engaged to be Married in August 2019 to Celebrity stylist Grace Zito

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With All Due Respect - Netflix

"Game Change" authors Mark Halperin and John Heilemann host this daily, hour long show, the centerpiece of Bloomberg's new Bloomberg Politics unit. In addition to the latest news of the day, the pair welcomes guests from the top tier of the political spectrum -- House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Gov. Mitt Romney were in the premiere episode -- but politics is just one of the subjects covered on With All Due Respect for entertainment topics are also a regular feature.

With All Due Respect - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2014-10-06

With All Due Respect - Kasie Hunt - Netflix

Kasie S. Hunt (born May 24, 1985) is an American political correspondent. She is an NBC News Capitol Hill correspondent, covering Congress across all NBC News and MSNBC platforms. Hunt is the host of MSNBC Kasie DC, which airs on MSNBC on Sundays at 7 p.m.

With All Due Respect - Personal life - Netflix

Kasie Hunt married NBC News producer Matt Rivera on May 6, 2017.

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Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist - Netflix

Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist delivers morning news, videos, and photos about current events.

Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2016-10-30

Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist - List of programs broadcast by NBC - Netflix

This is a list of original programming currently broadcast by the American television network NBC.

Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist - Dramas - Netflix

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999) Chicago Fire (2012) The Blacklist (2013) Chicago P.D. (2014) Blindspot (2015) Chicago Med (2015) Shades of Blue (2016) This Is Us (2016) Taken (2017) Midnight, Texas (2017) Law & Order True Crime (2017) Good Girls (2018) Reverie (2018)

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Aggressive Progressives - Netflix

Aggressive Progressives, hosted by Jimmy Dore and Steve Oh. No horse race distractions here. Real issues from a Progressive point of view on the TYT Network.

Aggressive Progressives - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2016-08-25

Aggressive Progressives - Progressive outer retinal necrosis - Netflix

Progressive outer retinal necrosis, also known as Varicella zoster virus retinitis (VZVR), is an aggressive, necrotizing inflammation of the eye's retina caused by herpes varicella zoster virus. It is typically found in people with advanced AIDS, but has also been reported in those who are severely immunocompromised due to chemotherapy. The majority of those with progressive outer retinal necrosis develop severe vision loss and blindness. Systemic antiviral drugs may improve the long-term visual outcome in those with the disease.

Aggressive Progressives - See also - Netflix

Cytomegalovirus retinitis List of eye diseases and disorders List of systemic diseases with ocular manifestations

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AnnoZero - Netflix

Annozero (YearZero) was a television program in-depth political Rai 2 conducted in the early evening by Michele Santoro and broadcast from 14 September 2006 to 28 June 2011. It was the first program that RAI has appointed Santoro after the suspension of the program in 2002 Shoeshine following the statements of Silvio Berlusconi on 18 April of that year (the so-called "Bulgarian edict"), which effectively marked for some years the conductor away from Italian television. According to the same Santoro, Annozero not usufruiva the fee Rai and was self-financed with commercials.

AnnoZero - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: Italian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 140 minutes

Premier: 2006-09-14

AnnoZero - Beatrice Borromeo - Netflix

Donna Beatrice Borromeo (born 18 August 1985 in Innichen) is a member of the ancient aristocratic House of Borromeo, and she is well known in the Italian news media as a television personality. She is the wife of Pierre Casiraghi, younger son of Caroline, Princess of Hanover.

AnnoZero - Education - Netflix

She finished secondary education, in 2002, at Milan's Liceo Classico Giovanni Berchet. Borromeo received a bachelor of laws from Bocconi University, Milan in 2010, under supervision of prof. Lorenzo Cuocolo. She also received a Masters in Journalism from Columbia University Journalism School in May 2012.

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Al Rojo Vivo con María Celeste - Netflix

Al Rojo Vivo con Maria Celeste is a news magazine that in one hour, takes viewers on a journey through the world. It is an "information paella" that offers something for everyone: local and international news, entertainment, fashion, live interviews, special investigations, human interest, health, consumer alerts and new technology. Al Rojo Vivo con Maria Celeste airs in the United States from Monday to Friday at 4 pm EST / PST, 3 pm center.

Al Rojo Vivo con María Celeste - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: Spanish

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2002-04-29

Al Rojo Vivo con María Celeste - List of programs broadcast by Telemundo - Netflix

This is a list of television programs currently broadcast (in first-run or reruns), scheduled to be broadcast or formerly broadcast on Telemundo, a Spanish-language American broadcast television network, owned by NBCUniversal, a division of Comcast.

Al Rojo Vivo con María Celeste - Talk/reality shows - Netflix

Caso Cerrado (2002) Lo mejor de Caso Cerrado (2002) Caso Cerrado: Edición Estelar (2010) Vídeos asombrosos (2008) Acceso Total (2010) Suelta La Sopa (2013) Don Francisco te invita (2016) MasterChef Latino (2018)

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BBC News Special - Netflix

Special and live breaking reports of stories from across the UK and the rest of the world.

BBC News Special - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2006-12-13

BBC News Special - BBC News (TV channel) - Netflix

BBC News (also known as the BBC News Channel) is the BBC's 24-hour rolling news television network in the United Kingdom. The channel launched as BBC News 24 on 9 November 1997 at 17:30 as part of the BBC's foray into digital domestic television channels, becoming the first competitor to Sky News, which had been running since 1989. For a time, looped news, sport and weather bulletins were available to view via BBC Red Button. On 22 February 2006, the channel was named News Channel of the Year at the Royal Television Society Television Journalism Awards for the first time in its history. The judges remarked that this was the year that the channel had “really come into its own.” From May 2007, viewers in the UK could watch the channel via the BBC News website. In April 2008, the channel was renamed BBC News as part of a £550,000 rebranding of the BBC's news output, complete with a new studio and presentation. Its sister service, BBC World was also renamed BBC World News while the national news bulletins became BBC News at One, BBC News at Six and BBC News at Ten. Across the day the channel averages about twice the audience of Sky News. The channel is based at and broadcasts from Broadcasting House in the West End of London. In 2017, it was named the RTS News Channel of the Year

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ITV Lunchtime News - Netflix

The latest news from around the world, featuring sport and weather updates as well.

ITV Lunchtime News - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 1972-10-16

ITV Lunchtime News - ITV News London - Netflix

ITV News London is a regional news programme for the ITV London region (previously Carlton/LWT), produced by ITN.

ITV Lunchtime News - LNN - Netflix

The programme launched on Monday 4 January 1993 as London Tonight, after Carlton Television won the London weekday franchise from previous holder Thames Television. London Tonight was originally produced by London News Network – a joint venture between Carlton and LWT designed to provide a sole ITV regional news service for the London area, broadcasting seven days a week. Its creation established a continuity between the once separate services and presentation of weekend and weekday news, weather and sport in the region, previously provided by Thames News and LWT News. The flagship programme, initially an hour long and presented by Alastair Stewart and Fiona Foster, was supplemented by shorter London Today bulletins, launched on New Year's Day 1993 (LWT discontinued its own local news service over the weekend). The main evening programme was reduced to 30 minutes a year later, while from 25 November 1996 to September 2001, a half-hour lunchtime edition of London Today was broadcast on weekdays. In addition to regional news, London News Network also produced a wide range of regional programming for both Carlton and LWT as well as providing transmission services for both stations.

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Bloomberg Best - Netflix

Bloomberg Best hosts June Grasso and Willem Marx feature the best stories of the day from Bloomberg Radio, Bloomberg Television, and over 150 Bloomberg News bureaus around the world on Bloomberg.

Bloomberg Best - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2015-06-13

Bloomberg Best - Stephanie Ruhle - Netflix

Stephanie Leigh Ruhle (born December 24, 1975) is an NBC News correspondent since April 2016 and anchor of MSNBC Live. Previously, Ruhle was managing editor and news anchor for Bloomberg Television and editor-at-large for Bloomberg News. Ruhle co-hosted the Bloomberg Television show Bloomberg GO. Ruhle broke the story of the London Whale, identifying the trader behind the 2012 JPMorgan Chase trading loss.

Bloomberg Best - Personal life - Netflix

Ruhle resides in Manhattan with her husband and three children. She is Catholic.

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Channel 4 News Summary - Netflix

A lunchtime news bulletin with the latest headlines and weather.

Channel 4 News Summary - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 5 minutes

Premier: 2009-12-21

Channel 4 News Summary - Channel 4 News - Netflix

Channel 4 News is the main news programme on British television broadcaster Channel 4. It is produced by ITN, and has been in operation since Channel 4's launch in November 1982.

Channel 4 News Summary - Historical roles - Netflix

In 2003, Channel 4 News broke the story of the Dodgy Dossier which led to a political crisis in Britain. The story of the Conservative Party's election expenses scandal was first broken, and then pursued for over a year, by Michael Crick. In March 2018, an undercover investigation by Channel 4 News explored the campaign activities of Cambridge Analytica.

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Weekend Recharge - Netflix

Though it has "weekend" in the title, this show discusses the week ahead in addition to offering suggestions for what to do on Saturday and Sunday. Weather Channel meteorologists Maria LaRosa and Paul Goodloe go beyond the elements outside and into the realm of lifestyle tips. Each host has a recurring segment on Weekend Recharge. In Momerolgy, LaRosa teams with mom bloggers to help parents get a fresh start to each day; in the Weekend in Play segment, Goodloe explains how the weather is expected to impact the weekend's scheduled sports action.

Weekend Recharge - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 120 minutes

Premier: 2015-03-14

Weekend Recharge - The Weather Channel - Netflix

The Weather Channel is an American basic cable and satellite television channel, owned by Byron Allen's Entertainment Studios. Its headquarters are located in Atlanta, Georgia. Launched on May 2, 1982, the channel broadcasts weather forecasts and weather-related news and analysis, along with documentaries and entertainment programming related to weather. A sister network, Weatherscan, is a digital cable and satellite service that offers 24-hour automated local forecasts and radar imagery. The Weather Channel's former parent company, The Weather Company (part of IBM since 2016), also provides forecasts for terrestrial and satellite radio stations, newspapers, mobile apps and websites, including an extensive online presence at weather.com. The Weather Channel continues to license its brand assets and weather data from IBM. As of January 2016, The Weather Channel is received by 88 million households in America. Sometime during the week of June 10, 2018, Sling TV dropped The Weather Channel from their line up per the cordcuttersnews web site.

Weekend Recharge - Movies - Netflix

In a move that caused controversy with many longtime viewers, The Weather Channel began airing weather-related movies on Friday nights on October 30, 2009. The first feature to be broadcast by the channel was the 2000 film The Perfect Storm. After December 2009, these weekly movies were discontinued for the time being in favor of running Weather Center, which already aired throughout primetime during the rest of the work week. Despite the controversy, the Friday night film block resumed on March 26, 2010 under the title “Flick and a Forecast,” co-hosted by The Weather Channel meteorologist Jen Carfagno and MSNBC contributor Touré, with the documentary Into Thin Air: Deaths on Everest. During the broadcasts, the Lower Display Line that normally appears on TWC shows to provide local weather information (with breakaways during forecast and most long-form programs only for commercial breaks) was removed, appearing only a few times each hour during the film as a substitute for the standard “Local on the 8s” segments, with a translucent TWC logo bug appearing at other times during the film when the LDL was not on-screen. While the films shown within the “Flick and a Forecast” block were weather-related in some form, some films featured (such as Misery and Deep Blue Sea) had only a minimal tie to weather. On May 31, 2010, NewsBlues reported The Weather Channel's decision to cancel the movie block, due in part to viewer criticism of movies being shown on what is intended as a news and information channel, as well as a snafu that occurred during an April 2010 tornado outbreak that led to a scheduled movie being aired instead of wall-to-wall severe weather coverage. The “Flick and a Forecast” presentations were then replaced by an additional hour of Weather Center and a two-hour block of long-form original programs.

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BBC Weekend News - Netflix

BBC Weekend News is the national news programmes on BBC One at a weekend although it is often referred to on guides simply as BBC News, or if broadcast at 10pm exactly, BBC News at Ten. The programmes are also simulcast on the BBC News Channel.

BBC Weekend News - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 1954-07-05

BBC Weekend News - BBC News - Netflix

BBC News is an operational business division of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) responsible for the gathering and broadcasting of news and current affairs. The department is the world's largest broadcast news organisation and generates about 120 hours of radio and television output each day, as well as online news coverage. The service maintains 50 foreign news bureaus with more than 250 correspondents around the world. James Harding has been Director of News and Current Affairs since April 2013. The department's annual budget is in excess of £350 million; it has 3,500 staff, 2,000 of whom are journalists. BBC News' domestic, global and online news divisions are housed within the largest live newsroom in Europe, in Broadcasting House in central London. Parliamentary coverage is produced and broadcast from studios in Millbank in London. Through the BBC English Regions, the BBC also has regional centres across England, as well as national news centres in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. All nations and English regions produce their own local news programmes and other current affairs and sport programmes. The BBC is a quasi-autonomous corporation authorised by Royal Charter, making it operationally independent of the government, who have no power to appoint or dismiss its director-general, and required to report impartially. As with all major media outlets, though, it has been accused of political bias from across the political spectrum, both within the UK and abroad.

BBC Weekend News - Israeli-Palestinian conflict - Netflix

The BBC has faced accusations of holding both anti-Israel and anti-Palestine bias. Douglas Davis, the London correspondent of The Jerusalem Post, has described the BBC's coverage of the Arab–Israeli conflict as “a relentless, one-dimensional portrayal of Israel as a demonic, criminal state and Israelis as brutal oppressors [which] bears all the hallmarks of a concerted campaign of vilification that, wittingly or not, has the effect of delegitimising the Jewish state and pumping oxygen into a dark old European hatred that dared not speak its name for the past half-century.”. However two large independent studies, one conducted by Loughborough University and the other by Glasgow University's Media Group concluded that Israeli perspectives are given greater coverage. Critics of the BBC argue that the Balen Report proves systematic bias against Israel in headline news programming. Daily Mail and The Daily Telegraph criticised the BBC for spending hundreds of thousands of British tax payers' pounds from preventing the report being released to the public. Jeremy Bowen, the Middle East Editor for BBC world news, was singled out specifically for bias by the BBC Trust which concluded that he violated “BBC guidelines on accuracy and impartiality.” An independent panel appointed by the BBC Trust was set up in 2006 to review the impartiality of the BBC's coverage of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict. The panel's assessment was that “apart from individual lapses, there was little to suggest deliberate or systematic bias.” While noting a “commitment to be fair accurate and impartial” and praising much of the BBC's coverage the independent panel concluded “that BBC output does not consistently give a full and fair account of the conflict. In some ways the picture is incomplete and, in that sense, misleading.” It notes that, “the failure to convey adequately the disparity in the Israeli and Palestinian experience, [reflects] the fact that one side is in control and the other lives under occupation”. Writing in the Financial Times, Philip Stephens, one of the panellists, later accused the BBC's director-general, Mark Thompson, of misrepresenting the panel's conclusions. He further opined “My sense is that BBC news reporting has also lost a once iron-clad commitment to objectivity and a necessary respect for the democratic process. If I am right, the BBC, too, is lost”. Mark Thompson published a rebuttal in the FT the next day. The description by one BBC correspondent reporting on the funeral of Yassir Arafat that she had been left with tears in her eyes led to other questions of impartiality, particularly from Martin Walker in a guest opinion piece in The Times, who picked out the apparent case of Fayad Abu Shamala, the BBC Arabic Service correspondent, who told a Hamas rally on 6 May 2001, that journalists in Gaza were “waging the campaign shoulder to shoulder together with the Palestinian people.” Walker argues that the independent inquiry was flawed for two reasons. Firstly, because the time period over which it was conducted (August 2005 to January 2006) surrounded the Israeli withdrawal from Gaza and Ariel Sharon's stroke, which produced more positive coverage than usual. Furthermore, he wrote, the inquiry only looked at the BBC's domestic coverage, and excluded output on the BBC World Service and BBC World. Tom Gross accused the BBC of glorifying Hamas suicide bombers, and condemned its policy of inviting guests such as Jenny Tonge and Tom Paulin who have compared Israeli soldiers to Nazis. Writing for the BBC, Paulin said Israeli soldiers should be “shot dead” like Hitler's S.S, and said he could “understand how suicide bombers feel.” According to Gross, Paulin and Tonge continue to be invited as regular guests, and they are among the most frequent contributors to their most widely screened arts programme. The BBC also faced criticism for not airing a Disasters Emergency Committee aid appeal for Palestinians who suffered in Gaza during 22-day war there in late 2008/early 2009. Most other major UK broadcasters did air this appeal, but rival Sky News did not. British journalist Julie Burchill has accused BBC of creating a “climate of fear” for British Jews over its “excessive coverage” of Israel compared to other nations.

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Marketplace - Netflix

Marketplace is an award-winning Canadian television series, broadcast on CBC Television. The series is a consumer advocacy newsmagazine, which airs investigative reports.

Marketplace - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 1972-10-05

Marketplace - Silk Road (marketplace) - Netflix

Silk Road was an online black market and the first modern darknet market, best known as a platform for selling illegal drugs. As part of the dark web, it was operated as a Tor hidden service, such that online users were able to browse it anonymously and securely without potential traffic monitoring. The website was launched in February 2011; development had begun six months prior. Initially there were a limited number of new seller accounts available; new sellers had to purchase an account in an auction. Later, a fixed fee was charged for each new seller account. In October 2013, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) shut down the website and arrested Ross Ulbricht under charges of being the site's pseudonymous founder “Dread Pirate Roberts”. On 6 November 2013, Silk Road 2.0 came online, run by former administrators of Silk Road. It too was shut down, and the alleged operator was arrested on 6 November 2014 as part of the so-called “Operation Onymous”. Ulbricht was convicted of eight charges related to Silk Road in the U.S. Federal Court in Manhattan and was sentenced to life in prison without possibility of parole.

Marketplace - Book club - Netflix

Silk Road had a Tor-based book club that continued to operate following the initial site's closure and even following the arrest of one of its members. Reading material included conspiracy theories and computer hacking. Some of the titles included mainstream books as well as books such as The Anarchist Cookbook and Defeating Electromagnetic Door Locks. Most of the titles on this book club were pirated. This book club still exists as a private Tor based chatroom.

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Sky News Tonight - Netflix

Adam Boulton and Sarah Hewson present the nightly news magazine show. In each episode the presenters interview the key players making the news and talk to journalists from around the world for nightly interactive debates.

Sky News Tonight - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 120 minutes

Premier: 2014-09-01

Sky News Tonight - ABC World News Tonight - Netflix

ABC World News Tonight (titled as ABC World News Tonight with David Muir for its weeknight broadcasts since September 2014 and simply ABC World News Tonight for its weekend broadcasts) is the flagship daily evening television news program of ABC News, the news division of the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) television network in the United States. Since 2014, the program's weekday broadcasts have been anchored by David Muir. Cecilia Vega and Tom Llamas rotated as anchors of the Saturday editions and Sunday editions until Llamas was named sole weekend anchor in January 2017. The program has been anchored at various times by a number of other presenters since its debut in 1953. It also has used various titles, including ABC Evening News from 1970 to 1978, World News Tonight from 1978 to 2006, World News from 2006 to 2009, and ABC World News from 2009 to 2014. Since 2014 the program has been called ABC World News Tonight. As of April 2017, it is in a close ratings race with NBC Nightly News.

Sky News Tonight - Weekend newscasts - Netflix

ABC first attempted an early evening weekend newscast in July 1975, when it debuted a Saturday bulletin that was anchored by Ted Koppel and taken over by Tom Jarriel and Sylvia Chase in 1977. The broadcast, however, was not carried by many stations, and was cancelled in January 1979. Following the Saturday news cancellation, and after the flagship weeknight broadcast became World News Tonight, the program premiered World News Sunday on January 28, 1979, and expanded to a full seven days with the restoration of a Saturday newscast (World News Saturday) on January 5, 1985, years after NBC and CBS had each launched their own weekend evening news programs. These editions added the word “Tonight” to the program title in the mid-1990s, further unifying it with the weekday editions, and in the mid-2000s, their respective names were shortened uniformly to World News Tonight to correspond with those broadcasts. However, the original names were restored on July 19, 2006, concurrent with the retitling of the weekday broadcasts, but the opening title sequence displayed the name as World News for both the Saturday and Sunday editions. Prior to 1975, the only network newscasts that ABC stations broadcast on weekends were 15-minute late-night updates on Saturdays and Sundays, known as ABC Weekend News and later, ABC News Weekend Report. The programs were fed to affiliates at 11:00 pm Eastern/10:00 pm Central and were seen in tandem with the stations' own late newscasts, although some stations opted to tape-delay the network updates until immediately before their regular sign-off time (rival CBS also offered a 15-minute Sunday night bulletin during the 1970s until 1997). Because of declining affiliate interest (in part because of the proliferation of 24-hour cable news channels such as CNN) and low viewership, ABC discontinued the late-night weekend reports in September 1991. In addition, starting in 1973, weeknight co-anchor Harry Reasoner hosted The Reasoner Report, a half-hour topical analysis of important stories (especially breaking developments in the Watergate scandal) in the vein of CBS's 60 Minutes, which Reasoner himself co-moderated at two different times. Affiliates usually carried the program on Saturday evenings in the time slots where the main newscast aired on weeknights. The program, which had affiliate clearance problems and was thus unsuccessful in terms of ratings, ended in 1975, replaced by the network's inaugural Saturday newscast (see above). Some former anchors of the weekend news broadcasts include Sam Donaldson (Sunday edition, 1979–1989), Kathleen Sullivan (Saturday edition, 1985–1987), Barry Serafin (Saturday edition, 1987–1988), Forrest Sawyer (Sunday edition, 1989–1993), Carole Simpson (Saturday edition, 1988–1993; Sunday edition, 1993–2003), Elizabeth Vargas (Saturday edition, 1997–2003; Sunday edition, 2003–2004), Jim Avila (Saturday edition, 2006–2007), Terry Moran (Saturday edition, 2004–2005), Bob Woodruff (Sunday edition, 2004–2005), Dan Harris (Sunday edition, 2006–2011) and David Muir (Saturday edition, 2007–2011; Saturday and Sunday editions, 2011–2014). Muir, who had taken over World News Saturday in 2007, took over the Sunday broadcast in 2011, ending the practice of using separate anchors for the Saturday and Sunday editions of the program, with ABC renaming both broadcasts as ABC World News with David Muir as a result. David Muir anchored the weekend program until he took over the weekday broadcast in September 2014. The program returned to using separate anchors for the weekend broadcasts afterward, with Cecilia Vega being named anchor of the Saturday broadcast and Tom Llamas named anchor of the Sunday edition in February 2015. After Vega was named senior White House correspondent, Llamas was named sole weekend anchor in January 2017, as the practice of using separate anchors for the Saturday and Sunday editions ended once again. Some ABC affiliates air the Sunday edition of World News Tonight at 6:00 p.m. Eastern and Pacific Time (5:00 p.m. Central and Mountain)‍—‌one half-hour earlier than the weekday broadcasts. The weekend editions of World News Tonight may periodically be abbreviated or preempted outright due to sports telecasts that overrun into its timeslot or occasionally air immediately following the program (the latter preemption situation commonly affects stations in the Pacific and Mountain Time Zones); this is particularly common during fall, as the Saturday broadcast does not air at all from September through mid December due to ABC's college football coverage and during the winter and spring, when the Sunday broadcast is sometimes delayed or preempted due to overruns of the network's NBA telecasts.

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UTV Election Special - Netflix

UTV brings you comprehensive coverage of the 2017 Westminster elections. Paul Clark and commentators take an in-depth look at the results across Northern Ireland.

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: In Development

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2017-06-09

UTV Election Special - 2015 in Irish television - Netflix

The following is a list of events relating to television in Ireland from 2015.

UTV Election Special - December - Netflix

1 December – Shareholders approve the £100 million sale of UTV Media's television business to ITV. 2 December – RTÉ's Christmas lineup will include two special episodes of Mrs. Brown's Boys, as well as in-depth portraits of singer Ed Sheeran, and Niall Horan of One Direction. 3 December – TV3 unveils its Christmas schedule, with highlights including a Christmas special of The Great Irish Bake-Off, the concluding episode of Downton Abbey, and The Queen of Ireland's Christmas Message featuring Panti giving her take on the year's events, while Red Rock will feature a storyline about the death of a prominent character. Highlights for the 2016 winter season include the return of Celebrity Big Brother and Doctor in the House. 4 December – RTÉ journalist Teresa Mannion makes a live broadcast reporting on the progress of Storm Desmond, during which she is seen being buffeted by gale-force winds and heavy rain. The footage quickly becomes popular viewing among internet users. 7 December – Virgin Media Ireland completes its acquisition of TV3. 10 December – Viewing figures for November indicate that UTV Ireland achieved its most successful month to date, capturing a 10.3% share of the audience between 6.30 pm and 11.30 pm, making it the second-most-watched channel in that timeslot during the month. 10 December – UTV Ireland confirms that it will not be working on any future projects with broadcaster Pat Kenny. 12 December – Tony Hanway, CEO of Virgin Media Ireland, hints that TV3 may expand its coverage area to broadcast in Northern Ireland. 19 December – Boxer Michael Conlan is named the 2015 RTÉ Sports Person of the Year. 22 December – The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland approves ITV's £100 million takeover of UTV plc, meaning the deal has cleared one of the first regulatory hurdles in the Republic. 29 December – Broadcaster Gay Byrne is taken to hospital after suffering a heart attack. 29 December – Viewing figures reveal that Mrs. Brown's Boys was once again the most watched programme over the festive period. Mammy’s Christmas Punch, aired on Christmas Eve, was seen by 668,400 viewers (a 42% audience share), while Mrs. Brown’s Boys D’Movie was the most watched programme on Christmas Day, attracting 591,300 viewers (a 38% share).

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HLN Weekend Express - Netflix

HLN Weekend Express originally titled "Morning Express with Robin Meade" is Headline News Network's weekend News show hosted by Lynn Smith that airs from 7 AM to 12 Noon, ET every Saturday and Sunday!

HLN Weekend Express - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 240 minutes

Premier: 2013-07-13

HLN Weekend Express - HLN (TV network) - Netflix

HLN (Headline News) is an American basic cable and satellite television news channel that is owned by CNN. Originally branded as CNN2, and later CNN Headline News, the channel was originally structured to broadcast a tightly-formatted 30-minute newswheel 24 hours a day, with freshly updated information that briefly covered various areas of interest (such as national news, sports, entertainment, weather and business). Since 2005, however, its format has increasingly shifted to long-form tabloid-, opinion-, crime-, and entertainment news-related programming. In 2014, the network further re-focused with an emphasis on social media, but this practice was dropped by 2016 in favor of focusing more towards traditional news programming, with the remainder of its lineup dedicated to true crime programming (drawing heavily from the archives of defunct sister network Court TV). As of July 2015, HLN is available to approximately 97 million American households (83.4% of households with at least one television set) in the United States making it the most distributed American cable network. Since the mid-2000s, HLN has been available internationally on cable and satellite in parts of Asia, the Caribbean, South America, Middle East, North Africa and in Canada.

HLN Weekend Express - Headline Prime, "News and Views" - Netflix

In February 2005, the network launched a new primetime block known as Headline Prime; the block was designed to feature opinion-driven and personality-based programs (in contrast to the “hard news” programming of CNN), which network executive Ken Jautz described as a shift from “news to views” and The New York Times compared to Fox News Channel. Its launch lineup featured Prime News Tonight, Showbiz Tonight, a daily entertainment news show hosted by A. J. Hammer, and an eponymous current affairs program hosted by legal commentator Nancy Grace, which featured news and analysis related to crime and court cases. In May 2006, Headline Prime added a eponymous program hosted by conservative talk radio host Glenn Beck. Both Nancy Grace and Glenn Beck brought major ratings gains to Headline News, especially within the key demographics, although its daytime programming only saw modest increases. Exposed: The Extremist Agenda, a Glenn Beck special aired in November 2006, broke a million viewers and was the network's most-watched program of the year.

On December 15, 2008, in conjunction with CNN's own graphics changes, which resembled the graphics of its sister channel CNN International, Headline News replaced its news ticker with a “flipper”, which featured an RSS feed of the current headlines on its parent network's website, CNN.com. The same day, a new square logo with a triangular appendage (making it resemble a speech bubble) overlaid by an “HLN” acronym was introduced, initially alongside the channel's full name. Two days later, the “Headline News” name was removed from on-air use with the HLN acronym becoming the channel's name full-time, and a new slogan, “News and Views”, was introduced On March 28, 2011, HLN switched its primary standard definition feed from full-screen to a letterboxed 4:3 format, which is a downconversion from the 16:9 high definition feed; however, video footage broadcast in standard definition on either feed is not pillarboxed (as such with parent channel CNN, since its SD feed switched from full-screen to letterbox in January 2011), leaving black bars on the right and left sides of the screen, in addition to on the top and bottom of the screen. However HLN Saturday Night Mysteries, which features repurposed versions of sister channel TruTV's crime story programming, is broadcast in 4:3 full-screen on the HLN SD feed. During the spring of 2011, HLN devoted a significant amount of its broadcast day to the Casey Anthony murder trial, dedicating multiple daily and primetime slots to live coverage of the proceedings followed by commentary during the evening. The saturated coverage of the trial led to increased ratings for the network, including a doubling in regular viewership during daytime hours and nearly triple that in primetime. HLN executive vice president Scot Safon called the trial “a gigantic deal” for the network. HLN also devoted a significant amount of time to the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray (who was accused of prescribing the drugs that caused the death of Michael Jackson) during the fall of 2011. On July 18, 2011, CNN began offering live streams of HLN for mobile devices to subscribers of certain pay television services. On November 4, 2011, HLN launched its own website at hlntv.com. By contrast to CNN.com, the site is run by HLN's own editorial staff, emphasizing “must see and must share” stories, and content tying into its television programs. In May 2012, HLN acquired the rights to broadcast the Daytime Emmy Awards, beginning with the 39th annual event on June 23, 2012; this marked the first time that the awards ceremony was aired on cable, instead of broadcast television. With 912,000 viewers (not counting four repeat broadcasts, which brought the total to two million), the broadcast was “the most watched regularly scheduled, non-news telecast” ever on HLN.

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Naked News - Netflix

Naked News, billing itself as "the program with nothing to hide", is a subscription website featuring a real television newscast. The show is prepared in Toronto and runs daily, with 25-minute episodes 6 days per week. The female anchors read the news fully nude or strip as they present their news segments. Naked News TV is its offshoot pay-per-view or subscription service. Naked News also aired briefly as a late night television series on Citytv Toronto.

Naked News - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2014-07-21

Naked News - Naked hiking - Netflix

Naked hiking, also known as naked walking or freehiking, is a sub-category of the modern form of social nudity, and involves the undertaking of walking activities while naked.

Naked News - Attention and opinion - Netflix

In the United Kingdom, Stephen Gough, known as The Naked Rambler, received much media coverage for walking naked from Land's End to John o' Groats in 2003–2004 and again in 2005–2006. He was arrested and released several times during both his walks while in England, and was imprisoned in Scotland. Conversely to Gough's experiences, in 2005 and 2006 the European Alps were crossed naked during a one-week hiking tour, and there was little media coverage. No one was arrested or troubled, and there was no police involvement. Most naked hikers report friendly reactions from people they meet; however, in some countries where such restrictions exist, the risk of being booked on a charge such as public indecency is present when hiking in the nude. Some jurisdictions have regulations formally prohibiting this activity, and can impose fines or other punishments. A local bylaw to this effect was adopted, for example, by the 2009 General Meeting (Landsgemeinde) of the residents of the Swiss canton Appenzell Innerrhoden. In nearby Appenzell Ausserrhoden, the court of second instance “Obergericht” reinforced an unpaid fine of 100 Swiss francs for naked hiking and added the court's cost of another 3330 Swiss Francs.

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CBC News Network with Heather Hiscox - Netflix

Start your day with live, breaking news from Canada and around the world. Heather Hiscox anchors, bringing her unique perspective as one of Canada's most experienced and tenacious journalists to CBC News Network.

CBC News Network with Heather Hiscox - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 240 minutes

Premier: 2009-10-26

CBC News Network with Heather Hiscox - CBC News - Netflix

CBC News is the division of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation responsible for the news gathering and production of news programs on the corporation's English-language operations, namely CBC Television, CBC Radio, CBC News Network, and CBC.ca. Founded in 1941, CBC News is the largest news broadcaster in Canada and has local, regional and national broadcasts and stations. It works closely with, but is separate from, Radio-Canada Info, the news operations of the French-language Radio-Canada networks.

CBC News Network with Heather Hiscox - International - Netflix

London, United Kingdom (M) Jerusalem, Israel (M) Beijing, China (M) Washington, D.C., United States (M) New York City, United States (M) CBC also uses satellite bureaus, with reporters who fly in when a story occurs outside the bureaus. In the late 1990s, the CBC and other media outlets cut back their overseas operations.

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Matter of Fact with Soledad O'Brien - Netflix

Veteran journalist Soledad O'Brien, whose resume includes time at NBC and CNN, hosts this weekly news magazine that focuses on political and socioeconomic issues affecting America. Matter of Fact promises to provide balanced coverage of issues that will impact the future and discuss what's really going on in the country's political scene. The program includes interviews with decision makers and people who influence policy and can help institute changes. O'Brien says her goal with the show is "to expand the conversation around the issues that truly matter with those who are most directly able to impact our everyday lives".

Matter of Fact with Soledad O'Brien - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2016-09-10

Matter of Fact with Soledad O'Brien - The White Stripes - Netflix

The White Stripes were an American rock band formed in 1997 in Detroit, Michigan. The group consisted of Jack White (songwriter, vocals, guitar, piano, and mandolin) and Meg White (drums and vocals). After releasing several singles and three albums within the Detroit music scene, The White Stripes rose to prominence in 2002, as part of the garage rock revival scene. Their successful and critically acclaimed albums White Blood Cells and Elephant drew attention from a large variety of media outlets in the United States and the United Kingdom, with the single “Seven Nation Army” which used a guitar and a whammy pedal to create the iconic opening riff becoming their signature song. The band recorded two more albums, Get Behind Me Satan in 2005 and Icky Thump in 2007, and dissolved in 2011 after a lengthy hiatus from performing and recording. The White Stripes used a low-fidelity approach to writing and recording. Their music featured a melding of garage rock and blues influences and a raw simplicity of composition, arrangement, and performance. The duo were also noted for their fashion and design aesthetic which featured a simple color scheme of red, white, and black—which was used on every album and single cover the band released—as well as the band's fascination with the number three. The band's discography consists of six studio albums, one live album, two extended plays (EP), one concert film, one tour documentary, 26 singles, and 14 music videos. Their last three albums each won the Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album.

Matter of Fact with Soledad O'Brien - Works cited - Netflix

Dunn, Brad (2009). When They Were 22: 100 Famous People at the Turning Point in Their Lives. Andrews McMeel Publishing. ISBN 0740786814. Handyside, Chris (2004). Fell in Love with a Band: The Story of The White Stripes. St. Martin's Griffin. ISBN 0312336187.

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Way Too Early - Netflix

The fast-paced program brings viewers everything they need to know to start their days--from news and politics to sports and pop culture.

Way Too Early - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2009-07-27

Way Too Early - 2018–19 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team - Netflix

The 2018–19 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team will represent the University of Kansas in the 2018–19 NCAA Division I men's basketball season, which will be the Jayhawks' 121st basketball season. The Jayhawks, members of the Big 12 Conference, will play their home games at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, Kansas. They will be led by 16th year Hall of Fame head coach Bill Self. The Jayhawks wiil attempt to extend their NCAA record Consecutive Conference Championships streak to 15. The Jayhawks will enter the season with high expectations due to returning All-Big 12 players Udoka Azubuike and LaGerald Vick, adding three 2018 McDonald's All-Americans, and several transfers coming off their redshirt years. Following the 2017–18 season, several sports websites ranked Kansas 1st on their “Way too early rankings” which preview the next season.

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Sky News with Anna Botting - Netflix

The latest news, sport and weather both nationally and internationally with Anna Botting.

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2016-09-26

Sky News with Anna Botting - Sky News at Ten - Netflix

Sky News at Ten is a long-running daily news show on Sky News, airing between 10:00pm and 10:30pm. From Monday to Thursday, the show is presented by Anna Botting, while Anna Jones fronts the programme from Friday to Sunday.

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Insight - Netflix

Australian current affairs forum, with lively debate and powerful first-person stories. Hosted by award-winning journalist Jenny Brockie.

Insight - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2008-09-09

Insight - Global Insight - Netflix

Global Insight is an economics organization, serving over 3,800 clients in industry, finance and government, with revenues of over $95 million (in 2006) and employing more than 600 staff in 23 offices in 13 countries. It is a division of IHS.

Insight - Ownership and management - Netflix

Global Insight was privately held, and founded by Joseph E. Kasputys, who served as its president and CEO. On September 18, 2008, IHS Inc. agreed to purchase Global Insight for $200 million.

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MSNBC Live with Thomas Roberts - Netflix

MSNBC Live with Thomas Roberts provides the latest breaking news stories as well as details on the biggest stories of the day, the latest political developments and stories of equality and human rights.

MSNBC Live with Thomas Roberts - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 120 minutes

Premier: 2015-03-02

MSNBC Live with Thomas Roberts - Shift (MSNBC) - Netflix

Shift (stylized as shift by msnbc, formerly msnbc2) was an online live-streaming video network run by MSNBC. It was launched in July 2014 to provide a platform for original video series which diverge from the MSNBC television network's political focus.

MSNBC Live with Thomas Roberts - Former Shows - Netflix

Sports Matters hosted by Rob Simmelkjaer (new editions air Mondays) Reporter's Notebook hosted by Beth Fouhy (new editions air Mondays) Changing America hosted by Voto Latino CEO Maria Teresa Kumar (new editions air Tuesdays) The Docket hosted by attorney Seema Iyer (new editions air Tuesdays) The Book Report hosted by Richard Wolffe (new editions air Tuesdays) Road Map hosted by Ayman Mohyeldin (new editions air Wednesdays) Nerding Out hosted by Dorian Warren (new editions air Thursdays) Code Forward hosted by Nellie Bowles and Jason Del Rey (co-produced by Re/code, new editions air Thursdays) The Briefing hosted by Luke Russert (new editions air Fridays) So Popular! hosted by Janet Mock (new editions air Fridays) Just Faith hosted by Rev. Jacqui Lewis (new editions air Fridays) shift-only version of First Look hosted by Betty Nguyen msnbc Originals Three Cents hosted by Josh Barro Krystal Clear hosted by Krystal Ball Out There hosted by Thomas Roberts Greenhouse hosted by Tony Dokoupil

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Access - Netflix

Access is a daily round-up of the latest showbiz news, gossip and rumours.

Access - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 5 minutes

Premier: 2015-11-23

Access - Random-access memory - Netflix

Random-access memory (RAM ) is a form of computer data storage that stores data and machine code currently being used. A random-access memory device allows data items to be read or written in almost the same amount of time irrespective of the physical location of data inside the memory. In contrast, with other direct-access data storage media such as hard disks, CD-RWs, DVD-RWs and the older magnetic tapes and drum memory, the time required to read and write data items varies significantly depending on their physical locations on the recording medium, due to mechanical limitations such as media rotation speeds and arm movement. RAM contains multiplexing and demultiplexing circuitry, to connect the data lines to the addressed storage for reading or writing the entry. Usually more than one bit of storage is accessed by the same address, and RAM devices often have multiple data lines and are said to be “8-bit” or “16-bit”, etc. devices. In today's technology, random-access memory takes the form of integrated circuits. RAM is normally associated with volatile types of memory (such as DRAM modules), where stored information is lost if power is removed, although non-volatile RAM has also been developed. Other types of non-volatile memories exist that allow random access for read operations, but either do not allow write operations or have other kinds of limitations on them. These include most types of ROM and a type of flash memory called NOR-Flash. Integrated-circuit RAM chips came into the market in the early 1970s, with the first commercially available DRAM chip, the Intel 1103, introduced in October 1970.

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The New Screen Savers - Netflix

"The New Screen Savers" is a variety show for tech on the TWiT network. The show stars Leo Laporte and is co-hosted by Megan Morrone, Jason Howell, Fr. Robert Ballecer, and Bryan Burnett. Viewers get live tech help, interesting guests, insights into the latest innovations, products and trends, plus lots of fun things thrown in, too. There will also be special guest co-host appearances from Patrick Norton, Kate Botello, Kevin Rose, Martin Sargent, and more.

The New Screen Savers is produced every Saturday and available for download on your favorite podcast subscription service.

Records live every Saturday at 6:00pm Eastern / 3:00pm Pacific / 22:00 UTC.

The New Screen Savers - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 90 minutes

Premier: 2015-05-02

The New Screen Savers - TWiT.tv - Netflix

TWiT.tv, which is the operating trade name of TWiT LLC, is a podcast network (although TWiT uses the term “netcast”) founded by technology broadcaster and author Leo Laporte and run by his wife and company CEO Lisa Laporte. The network began operation in April 2005 with the launch of This Week in Tech. Security Now was the second podcast on the network, debuting in August of that year. Currently, the network hosts 18 podcasts and live streaming shows, including The Tech Guy, This Week in Tech, Security Now, FLOSS Weekly, MacBreak Weekly, and 13 other podcasts covering various topics including technology companies, computer security, social networking, Ham Radio and current technology news. TWiT founder and owner Laporte, in an October 2009 speech, stated that it grossed revenues of $1.5 million per year, while costs were around $350,000. In November 2014, American Public Media's Marketplace reported that TWiT makes $6 million in ad revenue a year from 5 million TWiT podcasts downloaded each month, mostly in the form of audio, and that 3,000 to 4,000 people watch its live-streamed shows. On March 18, 2015, prior to the filming of This Week in Google, Leo Laporte stated that TWiT expects to make $7 million in revenue in fiscal year 2015, and made “almost” $10 million in revenue in 2016. TWiT gets its name from its first and flagship podcast, This Week in Tech. The logo design originated from a traditional logic gate symbol of an “AND gate” turned on its side. Voiceovers are provided by Jim Cutler.

The New Screen Savers - Programming - Netflix

TWiT's netcasts are centered around technology and technology news. Hosts of the shows are usually experts in certain fields, either by working in the field itself or by being a journalist covering the field. At the beginning of 2014, there were 27 podcasts produced by TWiT, but that was cut to only 22 shows in 2015. Giz Wiz, Marketing Mavericks and Padre's Corner were among the shows that were cancelled during the year. The New Screen Savers was the only new show added to the network in 2015, a show based on The Screen Savers, an American TV show that aired on TechTV from 1998 to 2005. TWiT further cut their field of self-produced shows by nearly twenty percent in late 2015. Among the shows cut were Coding 101, which was replaced with a second weekly episode of Know How. iFive for the iPhone was cancelled, with some of that content being folded into iOS Today. Before You Buy was also dropped, with its last episode being produced on December 18, 2015. With the departure of news director Mike Elgan in December 2015, TWiT also cancelled Tech News 2Night. Hosts Megan Morrone and Jason Howell took over Tech News Today on a daily basis at 4PM each weekday, starting on January 4, 2016. No new news director has been named. Nathan Olivarez-Giles was brought in as a co-host and producer in March 2017, with the prospect of developing new shows including an automotive-related podcast. By July, no new shows were developed, and Olivarez-Giles was unceremoniously dropped from the network. Editor Tony Wang, TD Kara Kohl, producer Tonya Hall and on-air talent Bryan Burnett were also let go over the summer of 2017. In May 2017, Android App Arena was also dropped. In October 2017, Home Theater Geeks was canceled and Know How was changed to a weekly show. Tech News Today was renamed Tech News Weekly and was changed from a daily to a weekly show.

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Bloomberg Markets: Middle East - Netflix

Bloomberg Markets: Middle East is hosted by Marcus Cranny, who interviews newsmakers and he reports on market-moving stories in the Middle East!

Bloomberg Markets: Middle East - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2016-05-01

Bloomberg Markets: Middle East - Banque Internationale Arabe de Tunisie - Netflix

Banque Internationale Arabe de Tunisie (BIAT) is the largest private sector bank in Tunisia. It is listed in the Bourse de Tunis.

Bloomberg Markets: Middle East - Overview - Netflix

The Banque Internationale Arabe de Tunisie was founded in 1976, as a result of a merger of the Tunisian branches of the Société Marseillaise de Crédit and the British Bank of the Middle East. It is headquartered in Tunis, Tunisia. It has 185 offices in Tunisia and 1 office in Libya. It has announced it will open additional branches in Algeria and Morocco.

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Squawk Box Europe - Netflix

"Squawk Box Europe" (since May 2011, billed on-screen as just Squawk Box) is a television business news programme on CNBC Europe, aired from 7-10am CET (6-9am WET) each weekday. It also airs on CNBC Asia between 2.30 p.m.-5.00 p.m. Hong Kong / Singapore time (1.30 p.m.-4.00 p.m. with DST), and in the United States on CNBC World at the respective time, 1:00 a.m. - 4:00 a.m., ET. The programme is currently co-anchored by Geoff Cutmore, Steve Sedgwick and Karen Tso. Prior to June 2003, the programme ran for only two hours, between 7.00 to 9.00 UK time but later gained an hour from Today's Business.

Squawk Box Europe - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 180 minutes

Premier: 1998-01-01

Squawk Box Europe - Squawk Box - Netflix

Squawk Box is a business news television program that airs at breakfast time on the CNBC network. The program is currently co-hosted by Joe Kernen, Becky Quick, and Andrew Ross Sorkin. Since debuting in 1995, the show has spawned a number of versions across CNBC's international channels, many of which employ a similar format. The program title originates from a term used in investment banks and stock brokerages for a permanent voice circuit or intercom used to communicate stock deals or sales priorities; it also may refer to the squawk of a bird, like a peacock, which is the logo of CNBC.

Squawk Box Europe - 2011–present - Netflix

On July 8, 2011, Quintanilla left Squawk Box to become part of the new Squawk on the Street anchor team, following Haines' death on May 24 of that year. His new assignment began three days later, when he debuted with Melissa Lee and Simon Hobbs. Andrew Ross Sorkin of The New York Times, joined Kernen and Quick in order to succeed Quintanilla's anchoring duties. Sorkin made his debut as co-anchor July 18, 2011. On October 13, 2014, Squawk Box, along with CNBC's other trading-day shows, were launched in full 1080i high-definition as part of a network-wide switch to a full 16:9 letterbox presentation on that same day. On January 7, 2015, Squawk Box moved to a new street-side studio inside the Time-Life Building in New York City after almost two decades in New Jersey (at CNBC's original facilities in Fort Lee from its August 7, 1995, debut to October 10, 2003, and at CNBC's facilities in Englewood Cliffs from October 13, 2003, to January 6, 2015). On January 4, 2016, Squawk Box debuted a remastered version of its logo used since October 13, 2014. On February 8, 2016, both the Asian and European versions also started using the remastered Squawk Box logo. On November 14, 2016, it was officially announced by the NASDAQ that production of Squawk Box would be relocated to the NASDAQ MarketSite studio in Times Square; it began broadcasting from there on January 3, 2017. That same studio is also shared with CNBC's two other shows, Fast Money and Options Action (the latter airing on Fridays only; both shows are hosted by Melissa Lee). On November 15, 2017, Squawk Box moved downstairs to a new street-level studio overlooking Times Square, also at the NASDAQ MarketSite.

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Election 2017: Scotland - Netflix

Results and analysis of the 2017 general election, with reports from every count across Scotland and the key moments throughout the UK.

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2017-06-08

Election 2017: Scotland - United Kingdom general election, 2017 - Netflix

The 2017 United Kingdom general election took place on Thursday 8 June, having been announced just under two months earlier by Prime Minister Theresa May on 18 April 2017 after it was discussed at cabinet. Each of the 650 constituencies elected one Member of Parliament (MP) to the House of Commons. The governing Conservative Party remained the single largest party in the House of Commons, but lost its majority resulting in the formation of a minority government with a confidence and supply arrangement with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) of Northern Ireland. The Conservative Party (which had governed as a senior coalition partner from 2010 and as a single-party majority government from 2015) was defending a working majority of 17 seats against the Labour Party, the official opposition led by Jeremy Corbyn. Under the Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011 a general election had not been due until May 2020, but a call by Prime Minister Theresa May for a snap election was ratified by the necessary two-thirds supermajority in a 522–13 vote in the House of Commons on 19 April 2017. May said that she hoped to secure a larger majority in order to “strengthen [her] hand” in the forthcoming Brexit negotiations. Opinion polls had consistently shown strong leads for the Conservatives over Labour. From a 21-point lead, the Conservatives' lead began to diminish in the final weeks of the campaign. In a surprising result, the Conservative Party made a net loss of 13 seats with 42.4% of the vote (its highest share of the vote since 1983), whilst Labour made a net gain of 30 seats with 40.0% (its highest share since 2001). This was the closest result between the two major parties since February 1974, and their highest combined vote share since 1970. The Scottish National Party (SNP) and the Liberal Democrats, the third- and fourth-largest parties, both lost vote share; media coverage characterised the election as a return to two-party politics. The SNP, which won 56 of the 59 Scottish seats at the previous general election in 2015, lost 21 seats. The Liberal Democrats made a net gain of four seats. UKIP, the third-largest party in 2015 by number of votes, saw its share of the vote reduced from 12.6% to 1.8% and lost its only seat. Plaid Cymru gained one seat, giving it a total of four seats. The Green Party retained its sole seat, but saw its share of the vote reduced. In Northern Ireland, the DUP won 10 seats, Sinn Féin won seven, and independent unionist Sylvia Hermon retained her seat. The SDLP and UUP lost all their seats. The Conservatives were narrowly victorious and remained in power as a minority government, having secured a confidence and supply deal with the DUP. Negotiation positions following the UK's invocation of Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union in March 2017 to leave the EU were expected to feature significantly in the campaign, but did not. The campaign was interrupted by two major terrorist attacks in Manchester and London, with national security becoming a prominent issue in the final weeks of campaigning.

Election 2017: Scotland - Voter demographics - Netflix

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Bloomberg Markets: European Close - Netflix

Bloomberg Markets: European Close is co-hosted by Mark Barton and Betty Liu who analyze market-moving stories in Europe.

Bloomberg Markets: European Close - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2015-11-09

Bloomberg Markets: European Close - Bloomberg Businessweek - Netflix

Bloomberg Businessweek is an American weekly business magazine published by Bloomberg L.P. Businessweek was founded in 1929. The magazine was created to provide information and interpretation about what was happening in the business world. It is headquartered in New York City. Megan Murphy was appointed editor of the magazine in November 2016. She stepped down from the role in January 2017. Joel Weber was appointed in her place. The magazine is published 47 times a year.

Bloomberg Markets: European Close - Business school rankings - Netflix

Since 1988, Businessweek has published annual rankings of United States business school MBA programs. In 2006, it also started publishing annual rankings of undergraduate business programs.

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UKIP Conference - Netflix

UK Independence Party conference

UKIP Conference - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: To Be Determined

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2009-09-09

UKIP Conference - Young Independence - Netflix

Young Independence (YI) is the youth wing of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) and represents all UKIP members aged 30 and under.

UKIP Conference - Controversies - Netflix

In 2013, the YI chairman Olly Neville was fired by the party, reportedly for supporting same-sex marriage. YI's treasurer Allrik Birch, election officer Gareth Shanks, Yorkshire chairman Arnie Craven, and the Yorkshire deputy chairwoman Christina Annesley resigned in protest. Other party members have come out in support of same-sex marriage, however, such as the chairman and prospective Parliamentary candidate in Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford, Nathan Garbutt, questioning whether Neville really was removed for supporting the issue at hand: “if he had been removed for favouring gay marriage, the question stands; ‘Why have I not been removed too?’”. Another incident came a few days later when the YI Northwest chairman and prospective Parliamentary candidate for Chester Richard Lowe was 'forced to quit' because of a lack of confidence from the branch over his support for same-sex marriage and other views that 'clashed with UKIP policy'. During the first UKIP leadership election in 2016, YI members were accused of body shaming and attacking one of the candidates, Lisa Duffy. The attacks supposedly took place in the YI Faculty Facebook group, a closed group for members. This group was shut down after Huffington Post revealed alleged racism and homophobic attacks also occurring on the page. On 1 September 2017, Hilton Sheffield cancelled the venue booking for the Young Independence annual conference citing “heightened safety and security risks” a day before the conference was due to be held. This came about after pressure from city councillors over the announced speaker, Martin Sellner, leader of the anti-migrant Defend Europe, who was due to speak at the event.. Young Independence said in a statement that Hilton had stopped the event following threatening emails to staff sent by Stand up to Racism. It was later theorised that the information regarding the conference was actually leaked to Unite Against Fascism by a member of the Young Independence Council, who was helping to organise the conference. The identity of the individual is still unclear. On 4 January 2018, following the news of UKIP leader Henry Bolton's affair with Jo Marney, a 25 year old model, Young Independence was forced to remove and apologise for tweets that they sent congratulating Bolton on “getting amongst the Youth Wing” and praised media outlets for giving Young Independence members media coverage. YI chairman, Nathan Ryding, took heavy criticism from Young Independence and UKIP members for the tweets but insisted that the tweets were not sent by him or any member of the Young Independence Council.

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Asia Edge - Netflix

On Asia Edge, Rishaad Salamat provides analysis of the major issues influencing business decisions.

Asia Edge - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2011-06-16

Asia Edge - List of people who follow a straight edge lifestyle - Netflix

This is a list of notable people who follow the straight edge lifestyle. Straight edge is a subculture and subgenre of hardcore punk whose adherents refrain from using alcohol, tobacco, and other recreational/non-prescribed drugs (marijuana, MDMA, LSD, cocaine, heroin, etc.). It was a direct reaction to the sexual revolution, hedonism, and excess associated with punk rock. For some, this extends to not engaging in promiscuous sex, following a vegetarian or vegan diet, and not using caffeine or prescription drugs.

Asia Edge - List of drug abstainers who do not identify with straight edge - Netflix

This is a list of notable people who refrain from using any kind of drugs but who have not identified themselves with the straight edge subculture or term.

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Anderson Cooper 360° - Netflix

Anderson Cooper 360° (commonly shortened to either AC-360 or 360) is a television news show on CNN, hosted by the American journalist Anderson Cooper. It is also broadcast around the world on CNN International. 360° is broadcast live from CNN's Time Warner Center studios in New York City or on location from the site of a breaking news event, airing Monday through Friday from 8:00 pm ET to 9:00 pm ET, and on some nights with a two-hour edition to 10:00 pm ET. It is rebroadcast Monday through Thursday from 11:00 pm ET to 12:00 am ET, though on nights with the two-hour live edition shown from 8:00 pm, usually only the first hour is rebroadcast from 11:00 pm. The program covers a number of news stories of the day, usually through live or taped reports from the network's correspondents. The coverage can also include analysis from experts on the issues, commonly featured in or after the taped reports.

Anderson Cooper 360° - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 120 minutes

Premier: 2003-09-08

Anderson Cooper 360° - Erica Hill - Netflix

Erica Ruth Hill-Yount (born July 20, 1976) is an American journalist who works for CNN. She serves as a primary substitute anchor and a correspondent. She co-anchored Weekend Today from 2012 to 2016, following work at CBS since 2008.

Anderson Cooper 360° - Career - Netflix

Hill began her journalism career in 1998 as a production assistant for “PC Week Radio”, the online news program for PC Week magazine. During this time, she also worked as a conference coordinator for the Software Publishers Association Europe. She worked at TechTV from 2000 to 2003 as part of the TechTV News program, later named TechLive. From 2000 to 2001, she served as reporter, and from 2001 to 2003, she was co-anchor and correspondent for the program. She is noted for her live reporting of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks when she was working for TechTV.

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All In with Chris Hayes - Netflix

On All In with Chris Hayes, Chris Hayes delivers impactful stories that don't always make the front page. Drawing from his background as a reporter, Hayes goes on the road to uncover the truth by knocking on doors, digging deeper and speaking with people representing all points of view.

All In with Chris Hayes - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2013-04-01

All In with Chris Hayes - Ari Melber - Netflix

Ari Melber (born 1980) is an American journalist for NBC News and host of MSNBC's The Beat with Ari Melber. The show premiered at 6pm ET on July 24, 2017, and has grown the audience to over 1.4 million average viewers, which is “MSNBC’s best rating ever for the time slot.”

All In with Chris Hayes - Personal life - Netflix

Melber lives in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. He is divorced from Drew Grant, a pop culture reporter at the New York Observer.

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Bloomberg Markets: European Close - Netflix

Bloomberg Markets: European Close is co-hosted by Mark Barton and Betty Liu who analyze market-moving stories in Europe.

Bloomberg Markets: European Close - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2015-11-09

Bloomberg Markets: European Close - Bloomberg Philanthropies - Netflix

Bloomberg Philanthropies encompasses all of the charitable giving for founder Michael R. Bloomberg. Headquartered in New York City, Bloomberg Philanthropies focuses its resources on five areas: the environment, public health, the arts, government innovation and education. According to the Foundation Center, Bloomberg Philanthropies is the 12th largest foundation in the United States. Bloomberg has pledged to donate the majority of his wealth, currently estimated at more than $49 billion. Patti Harris is the CEO of Bloomberg Philanthropies.

Bloomberg Markets: European Close - Government innovation - Netflix

Bloomberg Philanthropies supports efforts to make city government more efficient and innovative. In January 2013, a $16.2 million grant was awarded to five different cities to establish Financial Empowerment Centers, which were set up to provide free financial counseling for low-income individuals. Five U.S. cities split a $24 million Bloomberg Philanthropies grant to create “Innovation Delivery Teams” – teams working to streamline municipal government. In August 2014, Bloomberg Philanthropies invested $45 million for grants to implement Innovation Delivery Teams in city governments across the United States. In March 2013, Bloomberg Philanthropies announced Providence, R.I. as the winner of the Mayors Challenge, an initiative intended to foster innovation in America’s cities. Providence was awarded $5 million for proposing a plan to overcome a language skills deficit prominent in low-income children. Houston, Philadelphia, Chicago, and Santa Monica each were awarded $1 million. In September 2014, Barcelona was announced as the winner of the European Mayors Challenge, and the city was awarded €5 million to help improve the quality of life for elderly residents. Athens, Kirklees, United Kingdom, Stockholm, and Warsaw were awarded €1 million each. On January 20, 2016, Bloomberg Philanthropies launched the 2016 Mayors Challenge, calling for Latin American and Caribbean cities to submit government innovation proposals that improve residents’ lives and make government work better. In November, Mike Bloomberg announced that São Paulo, Brazil had won the $5 million grand prize for a project that helped farmers connect to urban markets. Four other cities received $1 million each in the challenge: Medellín and Bogotá in Colombia, as well as Santiago, Chile and Guadalajara, Mexico. Almost a third of the major cities in the region competed in the 2016 Mayors Challenge. The next round of the innovation contest — focusing on American cities — was announced in June 2017. In April 2015, Bloomberg Philanthropies launched What Works Cities, a $42 million national initiative to help 100 mid-sized American cities better use data and evidence to improve government effectiveness and residents' lives. As of March 2016, 27 U.S. cities were official participants in the program.

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Morning Hour - Netflix

Morning Hour is where the U.S. House of Representatives convenes and the members of the House are permitted to speak on a variety of topics.

Morning Hour - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 300 minutes

Premier: 2017-07-13

Morning Hour - Prime (liturgy) - Netflix

Prime, or the First Hour, is a fixed time of prayer of the traditional Divine Office (Canonical Hours), said at the first hour of daylight (approximately 6:00 a.m.), between the morning Hour of Lauds and the 9 a.m. Hour of Terce. It is part of the Christian liturgies of Eastern Christianity, but in the Latin Rite it was suppressed by the liturgical reforms following the Second Vatican Council. However, clergy who have an obligation to celebrate the Liturgy of the Hours may still fulfil their obligation by using the Roman Breviary promulgated by Pope John XXIII in 1962, which contains the Hour of Prime. Like all the liturgical hours, except the Office of Readings, it consists primarily of Psalms. It is one of the Little Hours.

Morning Hour - Office of the Chapter - Netflix

So far we have spoken only of the office of Prime properly so called, which ends like the other Little Hours. It is followed by some prayers which are called the office of the chapter, and are composed in the Roman Liturgy of the reading of the martyrology, of a prayer, “Sancta Maria et omnes sancti” (“May holy Mary and all the Saints...”), a prayer concerning work, “Respice in servos tuos . . . Dirigere et sanctificare” (“Look upon thy servants... Direct and sanctify”), and a blessing. This addition to Prime is a legacy bequeathed by the monks to the secular clergy. As has been said above, originally after Prime the monks had to betake themselves to manual work or reading. The office therefore ended with a prayer for their work “... et opera manuum nostrarum dirige super nos et opus manuum nostrarum dirige” (“...and direct thou the works of our hands over us; yea, the work of our hands do thou direct.”), and the prayer “Dirigere”. Later the reading of the martyrology, the necrology, the rule, and a prayer for the dead were added. In view of its origin and constitution, Prime is to be considered as the prayer of the beginning of the day, whereas Lauds is devoted to recalling with the dawn the memory of Christ's Resurrection, Prime is the morning hour which consecrates all the work of the day. Its institution has made the liturgical day more regular and symmetrical. Prime, until then without an office, received its psalmody like Terce, Sext, None, Vespers. With Compline and Lauds, the liturgical day reached the sacred septenary, “septies in die laudem dixi tibi” (“seven times a day I have given praise to thee)”, while for the night office there was the text: “media nocte surgebam ad confitendum tibi” (“I rose at midnight to give praise to thee”).

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The NI Leaders' Debate - Netflix

In the final run-up to the general election, Noel Thompson hosts a special debate - in front of a studio audience - featuring representatives from the five larger Northern Ireland parties.

The NI Leaders' Debate - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: In Development

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2017-06-06

The NI Leaders' Debate - Conflicts between Iglesia ni Cristo and Members Church of God International - Netflix

Since 1980, there have been conflicts between Philippine-based Christian religious organizations Iglesia ni Cristo (“Church of Christ”, INC) and the Members Church of God International (MCGI), when MCGI Presiding Minister Eliseo Soriano started his radio program Ang Dating Daan (ADD). Through his program, he discussed biblical issues and “exposed” what he believes to be wrong doctrines of other religious groups, including those of INC. In 2001, after 21 years of reticence, the INC launched its own program, Ang Tamang Daan, as a direct response for the first time to Ang Dating Daan, featuring video footages and recordings of ADD hosts as issues were tackled. Over time, the animosity between the two groups has intensified and the relationship has been severely strained.

The NI Leaders' Debate - Current relations - Netflix

After the suspension of Ang Dating Daan and following multiple court cases, MCGI programs eased in criticizing the INC and slowly started focusing on general preaching. Soriano went into exile arising from charges of sexual assault and now teaches abroad devoting his time to blogging, live podcasting, chatting with his webcast audience, and answering questions raised during his Bible expositions. The Ang Tamang Daan in turn changed its format and has since introduced new hosts, currently focusing on Catholic tradition that are not based in the Bible.

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Primer Impacto - Netflix

Primer Impacto (First Impact) is a Spanish-language television news program broadcast by Univision in the USA weekdays at 5pm ET. A later program at 11pm ET/PT (Primer Impacto Extra) airs on Univision affiliates without a local news department (and the national cable feed), leading into the network's 11:30pm newscast, Noticiero Univision Edicion Nocturna. The principal anchors are Barbara Bermudo and Pamela Silva Conde. During the weekends the anchor isNatalia Cruz. Verónica Del Castillo also replaces anchors and have reporting duties from Mexico City. Jackie Guerridodoes weather on weekdays and Paola Elorza does weather on weekends. Felix Fernandez and Fernando Fiore present the sports segment Republica Deportiva.

Primer Impacto - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: Spanish

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 1994-02-14

Primer Impacto - María Celeste Arrarás - Netflix

María Celeste Arrarás (born September 27, 1960 in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico), better known as María Celeste, is a Puerto Rican broadcast journalist, author, and television personality. Arrarás was selected for the cover of “Newsweek” magazine, who named her as one of the “20 Most Powerful Women” of the next generation of leaders. Arrarás has won three Emmy Awards for journalism. Currently, Arrarás serves as the host and managing editor of Al Rojo Vivo con María Celeste, which airs in the U.S. and in 15 Latin American countries, and has a daily audience of 35 million viewers.

Primer Impacto - Early career - Netflix

Arrarás began her broadcasting career in 1986 when she was employed by a local Puerto Rican television station, Channel 24, as a news anchor and reporter. There, Arrarás traveled covering major news events, such as the fall of the Soviet Union in Moscow and Leningrad, and she received several journalistic awards for her reports. In 1987 the Univision affiliate in New York City hired her as the co-anchor of its local news show.

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On the Record with Greta Van Susteren - Netflix

On the Record with Greta Van Susteren is an American news television program on the Fox News Channel. The program features news stories of the day, following the latest information from correspondents on location and officials related to the issue. Like most networks, the program also consists of analysis from legal analysts of the network and the host on the stories it's following. Additionally, the program also may derail from criminal stories to follow breaking news of the day, as do other programs on the network. From its debut in January 2002 until October 4, 2013, the program broadcast live out of Fox News's Washington studio each weekday at 10:00 p.m. ET and replayed at 1:00 a.m. ET. On October 7, 2013, the show began airing weekdays at 7:00 p.m. ET.

On the Record with Greta Van Susteren - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2002-02-04

On the Record with Greta Van Susteren - Melania Trump - Netflix

Melania Trump (; born Melanija Knavs; [mɛˈlaːnija ˈknaːu̯s], Germanized to Melania Knauss; born April 26, 1970) is the current First Lady of the United States and wife of the 45th U.S. President Donald Trump. She was born in Novo Mesto, and grew up in Sevnica, in the Yugoslav republic of Slovenia. She worked as a fashion model for agencies in Milan and Paris, later moving to New York City in 1996. Her modeling career was associated with Irene Marie Models and Trump Model Management. In 2001, she became a permanent resident of the United States. She married Donald Trump in 2005 and obtained U.S. citizenship in 2006. She is the first naturalized U.S. citizen to become First Lady of the United States.

On the Record with Greta Van Susteren - Early relationship - Netflix

In September 1998, she met real estate mogul Donald Trump at a party that Zampolli hosted at the Times Square nightclub the Kit Kat Club (now the Stephen Sondheim Theatre). Trump and Marla Maples had been separated since May 1997, and he attended the party with Celina Midelfart. When Midelfart went off to use the restroom, Trump approached Knauss and asked for her telephone number. She took his phone number instead, and they subsequently began a relationship and attended the 1990s Greenwich Village hot spot Moomba. Melania continued her modeling career with her American magazine cover shoots, including In Style Weddings, New York Magazine, Avenue, Philadelphia Style, Vanity Fair and Vogue. While they were dating, her family relocated to New York, where they now live for most of the year. In 1999, the couple gained attention after an interview on The Howard Stern Show. When she was asked by The New York Times what her role would be if Donald Trump were to become President, she replied: “I would be very traditional, like Betty Ford or Jackie Kennedy.” In 2000, she appeared with Donald Trump while he campaigned for that year's Reform Party presidential nomination; she also modeled for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.

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Transfer Deadline Day - Netflix

A comprehensive round-up of the latest transfer news, with live analysis of all the major moves.

Transfer Deadline Day - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2017-01-31

Transfer Deadline Day - William Carvalho - Netflix

William Silva de Carvalho ComM (born 7 April 1992) is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays for the Portugal national team as a defensive midfielder. He spent most of his career with Sporting CP since making his debut with the first team at the age of 18, going on to appear in 192 competitive games and win the 2015 Portuguese Cup. A full international for Portugal since 2013, Carvalho represented the nation in two World Cups and Euro 2016, winning the latter tournament.

Transfer Deadline Day - International - Netflix

As of 30 June 2018

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Up - Netflix

This weekend political discussion show focuses on U.S. history and American politics and uncovers the backstory to provide context for events happening in D.C. and across the country.

Up - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2015-10-10

Up - Set It Up - Netflix

Set It Up is a 2018 American romantic comedy film directed by Claire Scanlon, written by Katie Silberman, and starring Zoey Deutch, Glen Powell, Taye Diggs and Lucy Liu. The plot follows two overworked assistants who try and set up their demanding bosses on dates. The film was released on June 15, 2018, by Netflix.

Up - Release - Netflix

The film was released on June 15, 2018.

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MediaBuzz - Netflix

Veteran journalist Howard Kurtz is no stranger to criticizing the media. He did it for 20 years as a media columnist for The Washington Post and as host of CNN's long-running ``Reliable Sources'' from 1998 through the first half of 2013. So it's no surprise that shortly after departing CNN in mid-2013 for rival Fox News Channel he would premiere a show for his new employer that is modeled after his previous program. In addition to Kurtz and his weekly panel discussing how the press covers a variety of topics that include technology, social media, politics and sports, the host also interviews some of the country's top journalists. And, as you might expect in these social mediacentric times, MediaBuzz features some viewers' questions and comments on the show.

MediaBuzz - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2013-09-08

MediaBuzz - Hum Sab Ajeeb Se Hain - Netflix

Hum Sab Ajeeb Se Hain (English: We are all weird) is a Pakistani sitcom which began airing from 26 October, 2016 on Aaj Entertainment. It stars Hina Dilpazeer who is playing the central character of Behtareen, along with Shabbir Jan as his on-screen husband. The show is directed by Muhammad Iftikhar Iffi. The show is an official adaption of another popular Pakistani sitcom Family Front, which was telecast in 1990s.

MediaBuzz - Regular Cast - Netflix

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Northern Ireland Assembly - Netflix

Coverage of Northern Ireland Assembly proceedings.

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2016-03-19

Northern Ireland Assembly - Northern Ireland Assembly election, 2017 - Netflix

The 2017 election to the Northern Ireland Assembly was held on 2 March 2017. The election was held to elect members (MLAs) following the resignation of deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness in protest over the Renewable Heat Incentive scandal. McGuinness' position was not filled, and thus by law his resignation triggered an election. It was the sixth election since the Assembly was re-established in 1998, and the first to implement a reduction in size to 90 MLAs (versus the previous 108). 1,254,709 people were registered to vote in the election (26,886 fewer, or a 2.1% decrease, compared to the 2016 Assembly election). 64.78% of registered voters turned out to vote in the 2017 Assembly election, up 10 percentage points from the previous Assembly election held in 2016, but 5 percentage points less than in the first election to the Assembly held in 1998. Eight parties had MLAs in the fifth assembly: the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), Sinn Féin, the Ulster Unionist Party (UUP), the Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP), the Alliance Party of Northern Ireland, the Greens, People Before Profit (PBP), and Traditional Unionist Voice (TUV). There was also one Independent Unionist MLA.

Northern Ireland Assembly - Overall results - Netflix

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Northern Ireland Assembly - Netflix

Coverage of Northern Ireland Assembly proceedings.

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2016-03-19

Northern Ireland Assembly - Northern Ireland Executive - Netflix

The Northern Ireland Executive is the devolved government of Northern Ireland, an administrative branch of the legislature Northern Ireland Assembly. It is answerable to the Assembly and was established according to the terms of the Northern Ireland Act 1998, which followed the Good Friday Agreement (or Belfast Agreement). The executive is referred to in the legislation as the Executive Committee of the Assembly and is an example of a consociationalist government. The Northern Ireland Executive consists of the First Minister and deputy First Minister and various ministers with individual portfolios and remits. The main Assembly parties appoint most ministers in the executive, except for the Minister of Justice who is elected by a cross-community vote. It is one of three devolved governments in the United Kingdom, the others being the Scottish and Welsh Governments.

Northern Ireland Assembly - 2007–2011 - Netflix

Since 8 May 2007, devolution had operated without interruption. The second Executive formed in 2007 was led by the DUP and Sinn Féin, with the UUP and SDLP also securing ministerial roles. However, the Executive did not meet between 19 June 2008 and 20 November 2008 due to a boycott by Sinn Féin. This took place during a dispute between the DUP and Sinn Féin over the devolution of policing and justice powers. Policing and justice powers were devolved on 12 April 2010, with the new Minister of Justice won by Alliance in a cross-community vote.

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Sky World Review and Business Report - Netflix

News, sport and business reports from around the world as well as the main news stories from the UK.

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2017-01-01

Sky World Review and Business Report - Sky Sports F1 - Netflix

Sky Sports F1 is a television channel created exclusively for Sky's UK and Ireland coverage of Formula One, with Sky having a package of rights from the 2012 season to the 2024 season. From 2019 to 2024, Sky Sports F1 will have the exclusive rights to broadcast Formula 1 live in the UK and Ireland, and will sub-licence highlights of all races and qualifying sessions plus the British Grand Prix live on a free-to-air basis. Since 2017, Sky Sports F1 has broadcast Formula 1 in 4K UHD.

Sky World Review and Business Report - Features - Netflix

Sky Sports have a device called the 'SkyPad', used by the likes of Anthony Davidson and Ted Kravitz. It is used to show highlights and past features of the race commencing, such as mistakes by drivers. The SkyPad also has a virtual car which comes out of the screen and is used to illustrate technical innovations. Unfortunately, the virtual car is no longer used.

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Newsround - Netflix

A children's news-magazine programme that has been on air since 1972 with a various range of presenting teams.

Newsround - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 1972-04-04

Newsround - Sonali Shah - Netflix

Sonali Shah (born 26 July 1980 in Edgware, Middlesex) is a British newsreader who presented the BBC's children's news programme Newsround from July 2006 until November 2011. She now occasionally presents the weekend edition of BBC World News. She currently presents BBC television programmes including Escape to the Country, The National Lottery Draws and Crimewatch. She is also a regular reporter on Watchdog.

Newsround - Other - Netflix

On 2 March 2013, Sonali Shah and her Newsround co-presenter Ore Oduba appeared on the BBC's Let's Dance for Comic Relief, dancing to “Hey Ya!” by Outkast. They were eliminated, and did not get through to the final. In 2014, Shah became a presenter of house-buying BBC TV show Escape to the Country. Since 2015, Shah has presented The National Lottery Draws and Crimewatch. Both shows are broadcast on BBC One. In August 2016 Shah covered for sports presenter Matt Williams on BBC Radio 2 during Simon Mayo Drivetime 3 week summer break

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Leaders' Questions - Netflix

Coverage of Question Time in the Dail and reaction to political developments.

Leaders' Questions - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2017-05-24

Leaders' Questions - Animals as Leaders - Netflix

Animals as Leaders is an American instrumental band from Washington, D.C. It currently consists of guitarists Tosin Abasi and Javier Reyes and drummer Matt Garstka, having been formed by Abasi in 2007. They are a prominent band within the djent scene. Prosthetic Records released the band's eponymous debut album in 2009. They went on to release the albums Weightless (2011), The Joy of Motion (2014), and The Madness of Many (2016).

Leaders' Questions - Members - Netflix

Abasi and Reyes are also members of the supergroup TRAM, alongside former Mars Volta wind instrumentalist Adrián Terrazas-González and Suicidal Tendencies drummer Eric Moore. Reyes also has his own side-project, Mestis. Current Tosin Abasi – guitar (2007–present), bass (2008–2012) Javier Reyes – guitar (2009–present), bass (2015–present) Matt Garstka – drums (2012–present) Former Chebon Littlefield – bass, keyboards (2007–2008) Matt Halpern – drums (2009) Navene Koperweis – drums, keyboards (2009–2012) Timeline

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The Place for Politics 2016 - Netflix

MSNBC delivers in depth coverage and analysis of the 2016 presidential race.

The Place for Politics 2016 - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2015-11-14

The Place for Politics 2016 - Politics - Netflix

Politics (from Greek: πολιτικά, translit. Politiká, meaning “affairs of the cities”) is the process of making decisions that apply to members of a group. It refers to achieving and exercising positions of governance—organized control over a human community, particularly a state. In modern nation states, people have formed political parties to represent their ideas. They agree to take the same position on many issues, and agree to support the same changes to law and the same leaders. An election is usually a competition between different parties. Some examples of political parties are the African National Congress (ANC) in South Africa, the Tories in Great Britain and the Indian National Congress. Politics is a multifaceted word. It has a set of fairly specific meanings that are descriptive and nonjudgmental (such as “the art or science of government” and “political principles”), but often does carry a connotation of dishonest malpractice. The negative connotation of politics, as seen in the phrase “play politics”, for example, has been in use since at least 1853, when abolitionist Wendell Phillips declared: “We do not play politics; anti-slavery is no half-jest with us.” A variety of methods are deployed in politics, which include promoting one's own political views among people, negotiation with other political subjects, making laws, and exercising force, including warfare against adversaries. Politics is exercised on a wide range of social levels, from clans and tribes of traditional societies, through modern local governments, companies and institutions up to sovereign states, to the international level. It is very often said that politics is about power. A political system is a framework which defines acceptable political methods within a given society. History of political thought can be traced back to early antiquity, with seminal works such as Plato's Republic, Aristotle's Politics and the works of Confucius.

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BBC Business Live - Netflix

A look at global business news stories.

BBC Business Live - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2015-06-01

BBC Business Live - BBC News (TV channel) - Netflix

BBC News (also known as the BBC News Channel) is the BBC's 24-hour rolling news television network in the United Kingdom. The channel launched as BBC News 24 on 9 November 1997 at 17:30 as part of the BBC's foray into digital domestic television channels, becoming the first competitor to Sky News, which had been running since 1989. For a time, looped news, sport and weather bulletins were available to view via BBC Red Button. On 22 February 2006, the channel was named News Channel of the Year at the Royal Television Society Television Journalism Awards for the first time in its history. The judges remarked that this was the year that the channel had “really come into its own.” From May 2007, viewers in the UK could watch the channel via the BBC News website. In April 2008, the channel was renamed BBC News as part of a £550,000 rebranding of the BBC's news output, complete with a new studio and presentation. Its sister service, BBC World was also renamed BBC World News while the national news bulletins became BBC News at One, BBC News at Six and BBC News at Ten. Across the day the channel averages about twice the audience of Sky News. The channel is based at and broadcasts from Broadcasting House in the West End of London. In 2017, it was named the RTS News Channel of the Year

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List of television stations in the United Kingdom Sky News ITV News Channel ABC News Channel

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Hardball with Chris Matthews - Netflix

On Hardball with Chris Matthews, author and veteran journalist Chris Matthews hosts a passionate hour of in-depth political analysis and fiery debate with top politicos and Hollywood icons. Hardball provides inside-the-Beltway access for all through Matthews' unique, entertaining style.

Hardball with Chris Matthews - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 1999-01-14

Hardball with Chris Matthews - Crossballs: The Debate Show - Netflix

Crossballs: The Debate Show is a Comedy Central television show which poked fun at cable news networks' political debate shows, especially CNN's Crossfire and MSNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews. In each episode, comedians posing as experts on a particular subject would debate two real commentators. The true experts were unaware that the show was a sham. Topics ranged from reality television to religion to violence in video games. It debuted on July 6, 2004 and ran for eight weeks. It aired Tuesday-Friday at 7:30 p.m. ET. The twenty-third and final episode aired on August 24, 2004. Show number 24 (“Pistol Whipped America”) was taped but never aired, after one unsuspecting guest named James March threatened to sue Comedy Central.

Hardball with Chris Matthews - Cast members - Netflix

Chris Tallman - Host of Crossballs Matt Besser - Fake Guest Debater Mary Birdsong - Fake Guest Debater Andrew Daly - Fake Guest Debater Jerry Minor - Fake Guest Debater Sean Conroy - Occasional Fake Guest Debater (3 episodes) Rich Fulcher - Occasional Fake Guest Debater (2 episodes)

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W5 - Netflix

Co-anchors Lloyd Robertson and Sandie Rinaldo tell viewers everything they need to know about current events in this weekly newsmagazine series, which holds the distinction of being the longest-running news program of its type in North America, having debuted in 1966.

W5 - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 1966-01-08

W5 - Roewe - Netflix

Roewe is a vehicle marque created by the Chinese automaker SAIC Motor in 2006. Roewe vehicles were initially based on technology acquired from defunct English carmaker MG Rover. SAIC was unable to purchase the rights to the Rover brand name (which was bought by Ford instead) and created the Roewe marque as a replacement. The MG name is preferred in most markets outside China. Roewe can be considered an indigenous Chinese luxury vehicle brand name alongside others such as Hongqi.

W5 - Name - Netflix

The name Roewe originates from SAIC's failure to acquire the Rover brand name from BMW c. 2005 (it was instead sold to Ford in 2006, and the brand is currently owned by Tata Motors). Composed of the Chinese characters Róng and wēi, which roughly mean “glorious power”, the name is a transliteration of Rover, although SAIC has stated that it is derived from Löwe, the German word for lion. Loewe, pronounced much like Roewe by Chinese speakers, is also the name of a Spanish manufacturer of luxury leather goods.

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The Morning Show - Weekend - Netflix

Join Larry Emdur and Kylie Gillies to catch up on all the highlights from this week's program, including a variety of segments on the latest news and entertainment.

The Morning Show - Weekend - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 120 minutes

Premier: 2012-03-03

The Morning Show - Weekend - The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet - Netflix

The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet was an American syndicated morning talk show. Produced by Fox, the show first aired on January 22, 2007, to a number of markets originally through Fox and MyNetworkTV, most in the Fox Television Stations Group. Hosted by Mike Jerrick and Juliet Huddy, the program consisted of celebrity interviews, audience participation, and segments relating to viewers. The last live show aired on June 12, 2009, with reruns continuing through until September 2009.

The Morning Show - Weekend - Social critiques of hosts - Netflix

Television critics have noted that the program was unique in having two single hosts, who openly play up their marital status, seemingly abandoning traditional dictates that television morning hours be limited to “family values and sanctimony.” Thus, the hosts' on-screen personas (“a man who, because he loves the ladies too much or not enough, shuns long-term relationships, and an attractive, over-30 woman who has pursued her career rather than marrying and regrets it”) are designed to appeal to single viewers who have previously been uncatered to in the morning. Jerrick is nineteen years Huddy's senior and has a 30-year-old daughter from his marriage, while Huddy, who has been married three times, is currently separated from her third husband after being married only four months. She does not have children.

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NBC News Special Report - Netflix

Special events are covered by the NBC news team.

NBC News Special Report - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 90 minutes

Premier: 2017-02-28

NBC News Special Report - Today (U.S. TV program) - Netflix

Today, also called The Today Show, is an American news and talk morning television show that airs on NBC. The program debuted on January 14, 1952. It was the first of its genre on American television and in the world, and after 66 years of broadcasting it is the fifth-longest-running American television series. Originally a weekday two-hour program from 7-9 a.m., it expanded to Sundays in 1987 and Saturdays in 1992. The weekday broadcast expanded to three hours in 2000, and to four hours in 2007 (though over time, the third and fourth hours essentially became their own distinct entities). Today's dominance was virtually unchallenged by the other networks until the late 1980s, when it was overtaken by ABC's Good Morning America. Today retook the Nielsen ratings lead the week of December 11, 1995, and held onto that position for 852 consecutive weeks until the week of April 9, 2012, when Good Morning America topped it again. Today maintained its No. 2 status behind GMA from the summer of 2012 until it regained the lead in the aftermath of anchor Matt Lauer's departure in November 2017. In 2002, Today was ranked No. 17 on TV Guide's 50 Greatest TV Shows of All Time. The entertainment magazine Variety reported the 2016 advertising revenue during the first two hours of the show was $508.8 million.

NBC News Special Report - Regular panelists - Netflix

The job of “panelist” has no set definition. Panelist duties can range from conducting interviews to reporting on a number of topics in-studio and in the field. Regular panelists on the program include the following: Jack Lescoulie (1952–1965) Edwin Newman (1952–1984) Barbara Walters (1966–1974; officially titled “co-host” in 1974) Judith Crist (1964–1973) Joe Garagiola (1967–1973, 1990–1992) Gene Shalit (1973–2010)

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