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CancĂșn

: both" Inspired by the reality television genre, this film followed the lives of sixteen Americans from March 13 - 23, 2003 as they celebrated spring break in CancĂșn, Mexico and experienced romantic relationships, emotional strife, or just had a good time. The Real Cancun Review - Read Variety's Analysis Of The Movie The Real Cancun !-- Bot generated


Dallas

both children and the adults that accompanied them. However since children didn't need their parents supervision to watch television Hanna-Barbera's output became labeled "kids only". Barbera and Hanna wanted to recapture the adult audience by creating the most popular form television genre that appealed to both adults and children, the situation comedy. The Flintstones, season 2 DVD documentary Another influence is rooted in Hanna-Barbera's tenure at MGM


Bristol

offices in West London and Bristol. It was founded in 1993 and has established an outstanding reputation for producing popular and innovative programmes across programming genres (television genre) of Entertainment, Factual Entertainment, Comedy, Documentaries, and Daytime & Features. On the outskirts of Rowde is the site of the Caen Hill flight of locks (Caen Hill Locks) of the Kennet and Avon Canal. The canal rises 237 feet by means of 29 locks, 16 of them in a straight line at Caen Hill The Kennet and Avon Canal was constructed between 1794 and 1810 and served to link Devizes with Bristol and London. The canal fell into disuse after the coming of the railway, but has been restored, and is now used for leisure purposes. By 1911, Boughton had resigned from Birmingham and moved to Glastonbury where, together with Walshe and Buckley, he began to focus on establishing the country's first national annual summer school of music. The first production was not the projected Arthurian Cycle but that of Boughton's new choral-drama, ''The Immortal Hour'', composed in 1912 which with a national appeal to raise funds was produced with the full backing of Sir Granville Bantock (Granville Bantock), Thomas Beecham, John Galsworthy, Eugene Goossens (Eugene Aynsley Goossens), Gustav Holst, Dame Ethel Smyth (Ethel Smyth) and Shaw (George Bernard Shaw) and others. Sir Edward Elgar promised to lay the foundation stone and Beecham to lend his London orchestra. However, in August 1914, the month set for the opening of the first production, World War 1 had been declared and the full plans had to be postponed. Boughton, however, was determined to proceed and the Festival began and in place of Beecham's orchestra, he used a grand piano and instead of a theatre, the local Assembly Rooms Glastonbury Assembly Rooms that were to remain the centre of activities until the end of the Festivals in 1926, by which time Boughton had mounted over 350 staged works, 100 chamber concerts, a number of exhibitions and a series of lectures and recitals - something never previously witnessed in England. In 1922, Boughton's Festival Players went on tour and became established at Bristol in the Folk Festival House (now demolished) and at Bournemouth. In June 2006, Chill bid for its first analogue licence, for Bristol, citing the city's record in producing trip-hop (trip hop) artists such as Massive Attack, Portishead (Portishead (band)) and Tricky in support of its application. However, in September 2006, OFCOM awarded the licence to CanWest (CanWest Global Communications) and its Original 106 (Original 106.5 (Bristol)) format. It is not currently known if Global Radio will bid for any more analogue licences with the Chill format. *NOW Bournemouth *Bristol and Bath (Bath, Somerset) *Cambridge Commons:Category:Bristol Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Bristol Wikipedia:Bristol


Australia

director and a writer in the film and television genre. Hogan was born in Brisbane, Australia. As a teenager, Hogan lived on the North Coast of New South Wales and attended Mt St Patrick's College and was said to have had a difficult time in high school as he was a victim of bullying. Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia


United States

at various factories in the United States, and the units brought together in the shipyards, where they were welded together on the slipways. '''''The Edwardian Country House''''' was an acclaimed British (United Kingdom) mini-series in the reality television genre, produced by Channel 4. It was first aired in the UK in April, 2002 and was later broadcast in the U.S. (United States) on various PBS (Public Broadcasting Service) stations in 2003 as '''''Manor House

States American reality television show called ''The Contenders,'' where six people, picked at random from a national lottery, are each given a gun and forced to hunt and kill each other for the cameras. The film is a dark satire of the reality television genre. It stars Brooke Smith (Brooke Smith (actress)) as Dawn, the reigning champion from the sixth series. Release and reception While the "Jeremy" single was released commercially to international markets in 1992


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