Chevy Chase makes his film debut in this riotous collection of live skits. Directed by Ken Shapiro and featuring Chase, Richard Belzer and others, The Groove Tube mocks TV Land and its trappings by spoofing kids' shows -- from a marijuana-smoking Koko the Clown who resides in Make Believe Land, to Safety Sam, the penis with a plan who gleefully informs the audience of the perils of casual sex.
In a fast-paced review of the video viral revolution, Alex Zane presents a countdown of the funniest, rudest and most bizarre video clips to have taken the internet by storm.
The Tube is an innovative United Kingdom pop/rock music television programme, which ran for five seasons, from 5 November 1982 until 1987. It was produced in Newcastle upon Tyne for Channel 4 by Tyne Tees Television, which had previously produced the similar music show Alright Now and the music-oriented youth show Check it Out for ITV; production of the latter ended in favour of The Tube. The Tube was presented live by hosts including Jools Holland, Paula Yates, Leslie Ash, Muriel Gray, Gary James, Michel Cremona, Nick Laird-Clowes and Mike Everitt. The brand name was relaunched by Channel 4 as an online radio station in November 2006. The show was directed by Gavin Taylor; Geoff Wonfor directed some of the insert videos along with other staff programme director of Tyne Tees Television Martin Cairns. Many other specials were made, including one for the eve of the millennium.
Granted special access to the secret workings of the Tube, and with the aid of the London Underground staff who know it best, engineer Rob Bell discovers the fascinating hidden history of how London's iconic metro was built.
The Tube is a 2012 documentary television series produced by Blast! Films for the BBC. It follows the staff and passengers of the London Underground as it underwent the biggest upgrade in its history. It premiered on BBC Two on 20 February 2012 for a six-week run.
Live parody of the popular science entertainment TV show Brainiac: Science Abuse.
The Tube is a British television programme shown on ITV London and certain BSkyB television channels including Sky Real Lives and Sky3. It is a documentary/docusoap about the London Underground network, and follows London Underground workers—drivers, station staff, managers, and so forth—showing the Underground system to the public through their eyes. The programme was produced by Mosaic Films first for Carlton Television, and later for ITV London and Sky Travel. To date, there have been three series produced, including a two-part special on the 7 July 2005 London bombings. The series is now sometimes repeated, mostly on Pick TV.
Tube Mice is a children's animated series produced in 1988 about the adventures of mice who dwell in the tunnels of the London Underground, the subway system locally referred to as 'the tube'. The series was created by Sara and Simon Bor at Honeycomb Animation for Television South West and was screened on Children's ITV
Tube Time was a former programming block on Comcast Digital Cable's On Demand service which featured free episodes of many classic television series owned by Sony Pictures Television. As of January 1, 2010, Tube Time is no longer available on Comcast, because of the Xfinity upgrade.
Two Tube is an Irish youth-aimed programming strand broadcast on RTÉ Two in Ireland, from 17:35 - 19:00, on weekdays. Two Tube replaced TTV, which was basically the same show with few differences, on Monday 7 September 2009. The shows on Two Tube are aimed at the 15-24 demographic. It is presented by Sinead Kennedy, Stephen Byrne and former Glenroe actress Blathnaid Treacy