With David Attenborough, Sigourney Weaver, Huw Cordey, Doug Allen. Emmy Award-winning, 11 episodes, 5 years in the making, the most expensive nature documentary series ever commissioned by the BBC, and the first to be filmed in high definition.
David Letterman on YEARS of LIVING DANGEROUSLY. Letterman will lend his wry humor and interview skills to National Geographic Channel's Emmy-winning climate change documentary-series Years of Living Dangerously. It will be his first work on television since he left The Late Show a year-and-a-half ago | AlterNet
Intervention (2005) Whether they're consumed by drugs, alcohol, food or destructive behavior, the addicts profiled in A's Emmy-winning series believe they are being filmed for a documentary -- until their loved ones stage these much-needed and dramatic interventions.
New Jersey’s New Development Bill Could Endanger Families, Businesses, And First Responders. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is expected to sign a bill into law on Monday that would put families, businesses, first responders and millions of taxpayer dollars at risk of future storm damage. This dangerous waterfront development bill — S. 2680, passed by New Jersey Generally Assembly and Senate — would allow residential and commercial development, including hotels and motels, on highly
Deadliest Catch (2005) - The waters are frigid, the swells are 30 feet and rising, and the risk of injury is ever present: Game's on for another season of this documentary series that follows the Dutch Harbor, Alaska, fishing fleet in its pursuit of "red and orange gold." King and opilio crab are the prize, and the skippers and their crews must endure physical danger and personal conflicts to get their hands on it in this Emmy-winning series.
A contemporary arts festival at the Los Angeles International Aiport (LAX) explores the visual dynamics of air travel via public art. - Commissioned by KCET for the Emmy award winning documentary series "Artbound"