Charles Dickens' bleak, passionate novel about the challenges of life in 19th-century London comes to life.
The Times was a midweek current affairs program on the Seven Network hosted by Paul Barry. It aired from March 1994 until November 1995. It began in March 1994 airing late night on Wednesdays, and included regular contributions from Neil Mercer, and Seven's senior Canberra reporter, Glenn Milne. The program later moved to Sunday nights where it would screen after the Sunday night movie, and then in August 1995 it moved to Tuesday nights. Unlike most current affairs programs, The Times made heavy use of short cuts, subtitles and fast-paced music, resulting in an energetic style aimed at younger viewers. It was axed in November 1995, but the program's staff moved on to work on the new 10.30pm news bulletin hosted by Anne Fulwood.
Hard Times was a Canadian documentary television series which aired on CBC Television in 1975.
Life & Times was a long-running award-winning local news magazine and public affairs series produced by and broadcast on KCET from 1991 to 2007. It was KCET's signature local program, airing weeknights, Monday through Friday, at 7pm. Its most recent anchor was Val Zavala, vice president of news and public affairs for KCET. Past "Life & Times" hosts have included Patt Morrison, Hugh Hewitt, Ruben Martinez, Kerman Maddox, Jess Marlow, Warren Olney, and Jerry Nachman. Over its 16 years on the air "Life & Times" covered major issues such as politics, education, the environment, demographics, transportation, science, culture and arts. It also offered viewers profile, features, and interviews with authors, community leaders, elected officials, educators, artists, activists, actors and scholars. Over its 16 years it won more than 25 L.A. Area Emmy awards, numerous Golden Mikes and many other awards. Among the program's underwriters were The Whittier Foundation, Jim & Anne Rothenberg, The James Irvine Foundation, QueensCare, The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation, Boeing, and the City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department).
A story about a woman and her two adult daughters. Older sister Oh Hyun-soo is a pet products designer, while younger sister Oh Eun-soo gets remarried after a failed marriage.
Loving You a Thousand Times is a South Korean television drama starring Lee Soo-kyung, Jung Gyu-woon, Go Eun-mi, Ryu Jin and Lee Si-young. It aired on SBS from August 29, 2009 to March 7, 2010 on Saturdays and Sundays at 20:50 for 55 episodes.
My Life and Times is an American drama series that aired on ABC from April 24, 1991 to May 30, 1991. The series co-starred Helen Hunt a year before she began her Emmy winning role on Mad About You.
Robert Kennedy & His Times is a 1985 American television miniseries directed by Marvin J. Chomsky. The miniseries was released in three parts and depicts the life of Robert F. Kennedy.
Paladins in Troubled Times is a 2008 Chinese television series adapted from Liang Yusheng's novel Datang Youxia Zhuan. The series was produced by Zhang Jizhong, starring Victor Huang, Shen Xiaohai, TAE, He Zhuoyan, Liu Tianyue and Lu Chen in the lead roles. It was first broadcast on CCTV in 2008.
The Best Times is an American drama series that aired on NBC in 1985.
Women of Times is a 20-episode Chinese drama telecast in Singapore in 2006.
People of Our Times is a Canadian documentary television series which aired on CBC Television from 1974 to 1977.