A BBC/Animal Planet co-production, the three-part series focuses on the landscape and wildlife of the Great Rift Valley in East Africa.
Captain Biceps is a French animated series based on the comic books by Frederic Thebault and Philippe "Zep" Chappuis, available in 78 episodes of 8 minutes each. The series is about a fighting superhero, very muscular but unintelligent, called Captain Biceps, assisted by his faithful companion, Genius, facing the villains to save Capitaleville from disaster. The series first aired on November 8, 2010 on France 3 in France. It also airs on Starz Kids & Family in the United States, weekdays at 8:00am ET/PT.
Series looking at how WW2 was documented by German and British amateur home movie makers.
Gimik 2010 is a television series on ABS-CBN broadcast as part of Your Song weekly series. It is a reintroduction of the 90’s series Gimik.
Children in Need 2010 was a campaign held in the United Kingdom to raise money for Children in Need. 2010 marked the 30th anniversary of the appeal which culminated in a live broadcast on BBC One which began on the evening of Friday 19 November and ran until the early hours of Saturday 20th. The broadcast was hosted by Terry Wogan, with Tess Daly from 7pm until 10pm and Fearne Cotton from 10.35pm until 2am. Peter Andre hosted from the BT Tower. The show was broadcast from BBC Television Centre in London but also included regional opt-outs hosted from various locations around the UK including Cardiff and Glasgow, viewers in Northern Ireland could see the whole show Live from London for the first time instead of having their own opt out as in previous years instead the Northern Ireland concert was broadcast live on BBC Radio Ulster and highlights on BBC One Northern Ireland the next day with Reggie Yates and John Daly. They returned to Belfast every so often to show fundraising from Northern Ireland but it wasn't a Live broadcast as in previous years. In 2010 contributions fell short of the previous year's fund-raising total. The 2010 event raised £18,098,199 compared to £20,309,747 in 2009.
Sport Relief 2010, was a fund raising event organised by Sport Relief, broadcast live on BBC One and BBC Two from the evening of 19 March 2010 to early the following morning. It was held on Friday 19 March and Saturday 20 March 2010 from 7:00pm to 1:30am at the BBC Television Centre.
Star Awards 2010 was a double television award ceremony held in Singapore. It is part of the annual Star Awards organised by MediaCorp for the two free-to-air channels, MediaCorp Channel 8 and MediaCorp Channel U. Star Awards 2010 was telecast 'LIVE' on Channel 8, on 18 April 2010 and 25 April 2010. Both ceremonies commenced at 1900 hrs, where the results were announced. The 1st ceremony was held in MediaCorp TV Theatre while the 2nd ceremony was held in the Resorts World Sentosa. For the first time, viewers will be able to catch the presentation of the Professional awards on Channel 8. The ceremony was aired live on April 18, while the annual Star Awards prize presentation was aired on April 25. A post-show was held after the awards ceremony on 25 April 2010, which was telecasted on Channel U at 2200hrs. The nomination lists for the main categories were announced on 3 February 2010. Nominations for the popularity awards were announced on 18 March 2010. Six new awards have also been introduced - Favourite Male Character, Favourite Female Character, Most Unforgettable TV Villain, Male Media Darling, Female Media Darling and Rocket Award, with the first three winners to be decided based on public voting. Online voting for the Favourite Male/Female Characters run from March 1 to April 11 and the Top 10 nominees of both categories will battle for their respective titles during the live telecast of the Awards on April 18. Viewers can also pick the Most Unforgettable TV Villain during the telecast of the first awards show.