Archive for the ‘Television’ Category

BBC documentary about Henrik Ibsen

Henrik Ibsen

BBC documentary about Henrik Ibsen played by GREEK TV in 1990.This documentary is one of the ten episodes of “The Modern World: Ten Great Writers (1988)”.

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The Brontes of Howarth – Blue Peter 1979

The Brontes of Howarth – Blue Peter 1979.

Yamila Musa entrevistará a Pedro Saborido, productor de “Peter Capusotto y sus videos”

Pedro Saborido

Noticias de InterlitqYamila Musa, Editor de Argentina de Interlitq, entrevistará a Pedro Saborido (“Featured Interviews”).

Sobre Pedro Saborido:

Pedro Saborido (GerliProvincia de Buenos Aires1 de marzo de 1964) es un productor, guionista y director de cineargentino de radio, teatro y televisión. Con una larga trayectoria, ha adquirido popularidad y reconocimiento trabajando junto al actor, comediante y guionista Diego Capusotto.

Lee la entrevista con Luis Hornstein por Yamila Musa.

Lee la entrevista con Patricio Leone por Yamila Musa.

Lee la entrevista con Milcíades Peña (hijo) por Yamila Musa.

Lee la entrevistado con Luciano Lutereau por Yamila Musa.

Lee la entrevista con Hernán Neira por Yamila Musa.

Lee la entrevista con Andrea Prodan por Yamila Musa.

Is Britain Racist? – BBC3 Documentary

Racism has never been more socially unacceptable in Britain.. – three quarters of Britons claim they have no racial prejudice whatsoever. Journalist Mona Chalabi investigates whether these statistics provide an accurate picture.

BBC: Spaghetti-Harvest in Ticino

The spaghetti tree hoax is a famous 3-minute hoax report broadcast on April Fools’ Day 1957 by the BBC current affairs programme Panorama. It told a tale of a family in southern Switzerland harvesting spaghetti from the fictitious spaghetti tree, broadcast at a time when this Italian dish was not widely eaten in the UK and some Britons were unaware that spaghetti is a pasta made from wheat flour and water. Hundreds of viewers phoned into the BBC, either to say the story was not true, or wondering about it, with some even asking how to grow their own spaghetti trees. Decades later CNN called this broadcast “the biggest hoax that any reputable news establishment ever pulled.”