A bullied adolescent who has spent his life bouncing from foster home to foster home finds new hope with the help of a Tae Kwon Do master and his paraplegic granddaughter.
Explore stories of men and women who thought they were happily married until the day they uncovered a shocking secret about their spouse that would leave them asking Who the (BLEEP) Did I Marry? From bank robbers to bigamists to spies, these compelling and sometimes startling characters will have viewers shaking their heads in disbelief and wondering how the truths behind these scandalous spouses were kept hidden for so long.
Did We Really Love? is a South Korean drama series broadcast by MBC in 1999. Starring Korean superstar Bae Yong Joon, the series portrays the struggles between love, happiness, and the pursuit of material success.
Did You See...? was a long-running British television documentary series which began on the BBC in 1980. The programme took a look back at the week's television with a discussion between the presenter and three guests. In the first run there was also an item on related issues. The presenters of Did You See...? were the journalist and broadcaster Sir Ludovic Kennedy, who fronted the programme from 1980 to 1988, and from 1991 to 1993 Jeremy Paxman. Sarah Dunant hosted the show while Kennedy was absent due to ill health. The format was to review the week's TV highlights, followed by an in depth review and critique of three selected shows with a panel of three notable public figures. The last segment of the show was a commissioned review of an aspect of TV by an independent reporter. Notable editions of Did You See...? include a 1986 edition which featured a look at the history of Blue Peter in which former presenter Peter Purves recalled that on the death of Blue Peter pet parrot Joey, the show's editor Biddy Baxter called him in floods of tears. He speculated that had he himself died, Baxter would have been far less upset and wouldn't have been likely to be calling his co-presenters telling them he'd died! This particular feature was one of several that was later expanded and extracted from the series, shown in a stand alone documentary format. Sea of Faith, a 1984 documentary series examining the history of Christianity in the modern world, was featured on another edition. In 1982, the programme featured a visual history of Doctor Who's recurring enemy The Cybermen, to mark their first appearance in the series in seven years. Another later Doctor Who feature took a look at monsters from the series in general.
Famous homicide trials are presented using expert commentary from lawyers, friends, family, law enforcement and victims.
What the Stuarts Did for Us is a 2002 BBC documentary series that examines the impact of the Stuart period on modern society.
I Saw What You Did is a 1988 television film directed by Fred Walton. The film is a remake of the 1965 movie of the same name, starring Joan Crawford. It received generally negative reviews, with only a few exceptions. Nevertheless, it won an Emmy Award in the category Outstanding Cinematography for a Miniseries or a Special.
What the Victorians Did for Us is a 2001 BBC documentary series that examines the impact of the Victorian era on modern society. It concentrates primarily on the scientific and social advances of the era, which bore the Industrial Revolution and set the standards for polite society today.
What the Ancients Did for Us is a 2005 BBC documentary series presented by Adam Hart-Davis that examines the impact of ancient civilizations on modern society.
How the Hell Did We Get Here? is an Australian television program on ABC1, subtitled The Baby Boomer's Guide To Big Events. It is an interview and clip show where Australian celebrities of the baby boomer generation tell of their experiences as baby boomers and clips are shown. Each episode is themed, such as baby boomers music, etc.
What the Romans Did for Us, is a 2000 BBC documentary series "looking at the innovations and inventions brought to Britain by the Romans". The title of the programme is derived from the cult movie Monty Python's Life of Brian, referencing the famous scene where the People's Front of Judea discuss "What have the Romans done for us?"
What the Industrial Revolution Did for Us is a BBC documentary series produced in conjunction with the Open University that examines the impact of the Industrial Revolution on modern society. It was originally broadcast on BBC Two in autumn 2003.
What the Tudors Did for Us is a 2002 BBC documentary series that examines the impact of the Tudor period on modern society.