Alarm für Cobra 11 – Die Autobahnpolizei is a long-running, popular German television series about a two-man team of highway police, originally set in Berlin and later in North Rhine-Westphalia. The series has been broadcast in countries worldwide. Ihr Revier ist die Autobahn (Their precinct is the autobahn) Ihr Tempo ist mörderisch (They work at break-neck speed) Ihre Gegner: Autoschieber, Mörder und Erpresser (They're up against car thieves, burglars, and extortionists) Einsatz rund um die Uhr für die Männer von Cobra 11 (They're on call around the clock: the men of Cobra 11) Unsere Sicherheit ist ihr Job (Our safety is their job).
An English teacher travels back in time to prevent the Kennedy assassination, but discovers he is attached to the life he has made in a bygone era.
Beginning with the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, journalist Steve Coll chronicles the events that took place in the lead-up to the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, including missed signals, failed operations and political turf wars.
An exclusive, in-depth look into the events that led up to 9/11 by tracing the timeline from al Qaeda's earliest origins through the aftermath of 9/11 and the ongoing investigation.
Minoru Sanada is a cameraman with little skills in his profession. His wife Megumi runs a cafe, but the cafe doesn't have any customers. Yet, the couple has 8 chidren.
When the numbers on the clock show 11:11, you're now a prisoner of the cult, Cult 11. As the clock strikes 11:11 your world will cease to become what you perceive. You may think you have a choice, but in the end the Cult will take you.
Project 11 is a sketch comedy television show previously aired every weeknight in the Philippines by Q. The program was produced by GMA Network
Captain 11 was a popular after-school children's program for over 40 years on KELO-TV, broadcast on channel 11 from Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Station weatherman Dave Dedrick donned a yellow-trimmed blue pilot uniform with hat and daily became the jolly host of the show. The show primarily played cartoons and other children's fare, and featured the Captain having all the kids introduce themselves on the air, guessing to win the toy chest, and children with birthdays working the Captain's control panel of lights and switches. The show ended with the Captain playing the "freezeberg" game with the children, having them: Face the camera and wave one hand: then wave both hands: followed by wave both hands and one foot then wave both hands and both feet which usually resulted in most of the kids jumping up and down while facing the camera. Finally, the Captain would tell them to "freeze", not moving a muscle as the camera panned over the crowd of kids attempting to remain still.
11 Cameras is a short-lived CBC Television half-hour drama series that showed its characters through webcams. The show aired in the summers of 2006 and 2007. CBC ordered 22 episodes in total, and did not renew the show, although it lives on in South America and can be seen in other parts of the world. Endemol secured the format rights for the show internationally. The series was created by Chokolat and co-produced with Shaftesbury Films and Henry Less Productions.
11 Somerset is a Canadian children's television series, which airs in French on Télé-Québec and in English on A-Channel. The series focuses on Laurie Lamera and Oliver Marsan, two teenagers who investigate paranormal phenomena. Also stars Kathleen Mackey as Laurie's supporting sidekick Lucy Mercer. It has been made into a point-and-click adventure. It is also linked to from www.gamershood.com. The game is based on 13 adventures, in which the player must find and use tools, clues, and technology to solve more and more difficult puzzles.
Beginning with the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center and ending on the morning of 9/11, the draws on detailed information from the 9/11 Commission Report to take viewers on an unforgettable journey through the events that presaged that fateful day -- to understand what went right and wrong, and what can be learned from this crucial eight-year period.
Den 11. time was a Danish television talkshow on DR2. It aired at 23:00 on DR2 weekly on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The show was hosted by Mikael Bertelsen, and his editor, Mads Brügger would occasionally step in as host for a given programme. Den 11. time included guests such as the then-Danish Minister of Culture, Brian Mikkelsen, but also had foreign guests such as Phillip Blond or even Mikhail Gorbachev, who stated in a letter to the presenters that it was one of the most interesting interviews he ever did. Sometimes the programme would air live, but other times it would be pre-recorded, often to be able to get the subtitles on for non-Danish guests. Though, at times an interpreter in the studio provided the translations. It last broadcast on 21 May 2008, despite large popularity.