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'' when Johnny Carson took over as permanent presenter in October 1962, some months after ''The Late Late Show'' was launched. Having kept the same name and format continuously, ''The Late Late Show'' is perceived in the media as more entitled to the term "the longest-running show". although ''The Tonight Show'' is equally as old, it has changed formats and titles since its beginnings in 1950. Republic of Ireland In Republic of Ireland

as more entitled to the term "the longest running show". and the official

(IRL (Republic of Ireland)) Channel 162 (NI (Northern Ireland)) cable serv 1 UPC Ireland On 15 December 2008 the channel announced that long running show ''Power Lunch Europe'' would be removed from the schedule and be replaced, in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland only, with a 12-week run of ''Strictly Money'', a new programme focussing specifically on UK issues. This marks the creation of a new UK Ireland opt-out (Opt out) for CNBC Europe. ref


Turin

by Alessandro Cattelan. For the season 2007-08 the show was hosted for the first moment by Alessandro Cattelan and Elena Santarelli, and for the summer the male host was replaced by Carlo Pastore. Later Carlo Pastore was still the main host, but the female host changed to Elisabetta Canalis. Throughout its 8 seasons, ''TRL'' was broadcast from Milan, Rome, Venice, Naples, Genoa and Turin. ''TRL Italy'' is the longest-running show on MTV Italy: on December 23, 2004


Saudi Arabia

under the King Fahd Cup name before the competition was taken over by FIFA and renamed the '''FIFA Confederations Cup'''. It was hosted by Saudi Arabia in January 1995. It was won by Denmark (Denmark national football team), who beat defending champions (1992 King Fahd Cup) Argentina (Argentina national football team) 2–0 in the final. ''Mickey & Minnie's Magical Journey (1995)'' Currently the longest-running show on tour after originally opening in St


Toronto

of the longest-running Broadway shows eighth longest-running show in history. Forty of the nation's top 100 retailers have recently staked their claim here. When Guess Inc. (Guess (clothing)) launched its new clothing boutique, Marciano (Marciano stores), in 2004, the company chose Los Angeles, Toronto and McAllen as its three test cities. Foley's, a chain of department stores in Texas owned by Macy's (Federated Department Stores, Inc.), in Cincinnati, says operations in McAllen

DATE OF BIRTH 1960-04-20 PLACE OF BIRTH near Toronto, Ontario, Canada DATE OF DEATH A staging at the Toronto Truck Theatre in Toronto, Ontario, that opened on 19 August 1977 became Canada's longest running show, before finally closing on 18 January 2004 after a run of twenty-six years and over 9,000 performances. Results The campaign went badly for the Liberals, however. The powerful manufacturing interests of Toronto


Romania

, Naples, Genoa and Turin. ''TRL Italy'' is the longest-running show on MTV Italy: on December 23, 2004, a special two-hour event, "TRL #1000," was aired to celebrate the series' 1000th episode. On 2006 there is also a program called ''TRL Awards (TRL Awards (Italy))'' where the people choose the artist of the year via web or mobile, and on summer 2007 was aired a special weekly-appointement called ''TRL Extra Live'', who famous Italian singers did a mini-concert. The last series


Boston

articles 2009 03 28 larry_glick_hub_radio_voice_long_a_beacon_for_nightowls was an American (United States) talk radio host, based in Boston, Massachusetts (Boston), whose long-running show on WBZ (WBZ (AM)) and later WHDH became a New England institution in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. Larry died on March 26, 2009 following 10 hours of open-heart surgery, when complications arose and the doctors were unable to revive him. In Boston, his


Italy

Pastore. Later Carlo Pastore was still the main host, but the female host changed to Elisabetta Canalis. Throughout its 8 seasons, ''TRL'' was broadcast from Milan, Rome, Venice, Naples, Genoa and Turin. ''TRL Italy'' is the longest-running show on MTV Italy: on December 23, 2004, a special two-hour event, "TRL #1000," was aired to celebrate the series' 1000th episode. On 2006 there is also a program called ''TRL Awards (TRL Awards (Italy))'' where


India

, which is the longest running show of its kind in Asia; it broadcasts in 120 countries and in 2010 had more than 500 million viewers. Caron succeeded in founding French ouposts at Surat (1668


United States

and managers, and one of the most famous of all American (United States) comedians. ''Triple Espresso...A Highly Caffeinated Comedy'' is a vaudeville style comedy which opened in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1996 and enjoyed popular long-standing runs in Minneapolis and San Diego, California, (where it holds the record of longest continuously running show in San Diego), as well as short engagements elsewhere in six countries (the United States, Canada, Ireland, the United

to Prevent Pernicious Political Activities'''. '''Marilyn Milian''', (born May 1, 1961, in Astoria, New York), is a former Florida state circuit court (Circuit court#State courts) judge and currently presides over the American (United States) television program ''The People's Court''. She is the first female judge to preside over the long-running show and the second longest-running judge overall.

; was an American (United States) talk radio host, based in Boston, Massachusetts (Boston), whose long-running show on WBZ (WBZ (AM)) and later WHDH became a New England institution in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. '''Mount Stimson''' ( ) is the second highest peak in Glacier National Park (Glacier National Park (U.S.)), located in Montana, United States. It is part of the Lewis Range, which spans much of the park. It is located in the remote


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as the new WWF Champion. It would mark the last of three WWF Championship matches between the two, having previously headlined the 1992 Survivor Series (Survivor Series (1992)) and WrestleMania XII together. ''Triple Espresso...A Highly Caffeinated Comedy'' is a vaudeville style comedy which opened in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1996 and enjoyed popular long-standing runs in Minneapolis and San Diego, California, (where it holds the record of longest continuously running

show in San Diego), as well as short engagements elsewhere in six countries (the United States, Canada, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Belgium, and Germany). The production in Belgium was the first foreign language version of the show, playing in the city of Ghent, in Flemish. A second foreign language production in German has played in Munich and Berlin. The show closed in Minneapolis in April 2008, but returned for a holiday run that fall (November through February


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