Back Issues is the definitive documentary of porn magazine Hustler, from its nightclub inception as it adapts to pornography in the 21st century. Director Michael Lee Nirenberg's father was was one of the original art directors in the 1970s and 80s. Back Issues is a complete look at the personalities and features that made this the most offensive magazine of all time. The story is told by its publisher as well as the editors, cartoonists, models, attorneys, art directors and cultural figures for the first time ever.
Eastern Heroes: The Video Magazine - Volume 2 is a Documentary on Hong Kong cinema.
A look at the rise and fall of the subversive skateboarding magazine Big Brother, which rose to prominence in the mid-1990s and had a profound effect on the skating subculture with its unfiltered approach.
Counter-culture video magazine created by Stuart Shapiro, featuring Bill Hicks, Robert Williams, Public Enemy, Butthole Surfers, Survival Research Labs, and much more! Hosted by Alex Winter!
Features a tribute to murdered Playmate Dorothy Stratten, an interview with singer Willie Nelson, a profile of X star Marilyn Chambers, a video centerfold of Playmate Barbara Edwards, a Flashdancers segment starring Linnea Quigley and Brinke Stevens, the Ribald Classic "Lady Chatterton's Lover," comedy spots and more.
A portrait of a pornographer on the verge of a nervous breakdown.
Part waiting-room, part publishing house ‘Solvent Magazine’ presents; a £23.00 USB microscope camera, the story of a temp’s discretion, a new design for privacy screen glass which mimics the saliva of a person with secure attachment style, two piss coloured Perspex doors and a layer of plastic to keep out distractions.
Low-budget horror docummentary
The twelfth and final Playboy Video Magazine features video centerfold Ava Fabian, a comedy roast of Tommy Chong, a look back at classic sex symbol Marilyn Monroe, R-rated Candid Candid Camera skits featuring Allen Funt and Michelle Bauer, the erotic vignette "A Tale of Tail," a profile of model Ellen Stohl and much more.
This 1981 video magazine “For the Man Who Wants More…” contains Monte Hellman’s short portrait of Francis Ford Coppola discussing business and craft at home and on the set of his Zoetrope Studios, “Inside the Coppola Personality” (aka “Coppola: A Profile”). Also inside is “Modesty”, a self-portrait by Bob Rafelson, shot by Bruno Nuytten; a portrait of a pubic hair dye specialist; a travelogue on Bangkok; a candid camera with a planted hussie at a gas station. a.o.
Our Magazine No. 2
Thornton Heath shop of mechanical figures; trip up the Clyde; make and mend class at boys' school; Canadian Square Dance.
Schoolgirl miming in Indonesia; Godfrey Evans shows wicket keeping to boys; children in York; making bagpipes.
Film making by children in a primary school; caring for dogs; hints on running and hurdling; children's donkey race.
Open air PT class at East Grinstead school; 15 yr. old demonstrates diving; local museum in Devon; London Fire Brigade display.
Uncover the heart-wrenching true stories behind crimes that transcended headlines and became part of popular culture. Exclusive first hand interviews reveal shocking twists, new evidence, and unexpected resolutions.
PM/Evening Magazine was a television series with a news and entertainment format. It was syndicated to stations throughout the United States. In most areas, Evening/PM Magazine was broadcast from the late 1970s into the late 1980s.
Black Jack, a genius surgeon with great skill, cures patients in critical condition miraculously in exchange for enormous medical fees. Still, patients visit his clinic to achieve their final wishes. Tezuka was a doctor with a MD degree. Though he chose to be a manga artist, Tezuka embodied his ideal doctor, the doctor he would like to be, in this work. Black Jack is especially popular among his manga works, attracting a large number of dedicated fans.
Fox Magazine was a weekly newsmagazine on the Fox News Channel. Hosted by Laurie Dhue, the program was a weekly in-depth look into some of the previous week's stories, in addition to special series produced by the program itself, such as its constant series about Nashville. Included in the programming were a recap of the previous week's commentaries from a number of the network's commentators, including Bill O'Reilly, Neil Cavuto, John Gibson, and others. The program would come to an end on September 11, 2005, with Laurie Dhue leaving the network to work on Geraldo at Large, a new program that would appear on the Fox Broadcasting Network on October 31, 2005.
Discover Magazine is a 1992-2000 documentary television series that aired on the Disney Channel from 1992-1994 and then on The Science Channel from 1996-2000. The series is named after the magazine of the same name, Discover Magazine. The Disney Channel series was narrated by actor Joseph Campanella. The Science Channel series was hosted by Peter DeMeo from 1996-1998. The series was nominated for an Emmy Award for "Outstanding Informational Series" in 1996, 1997 for "Outstanding Non-Fiction Series", and 1 other time The series was created by producer-director Les Guthman at the Walt Disney Company in 1991, after Mr. Guthman licensed the television rights to Discover Magazine from Family Media in 1990. Mr. Guthman produced the series for two seasons on The Disney Channel, 1992-1994, and then working with Disney President and CEO Frank Wells sold the series to Discovery Communications in late 1994, after The Disney Channel abandoned its family-adult prime time schedule.
EPCOT Magazine was a 1980s television series on the Disney Channel. The show originated from EPCOT Center in Florida. The weeknight show was hosted by Michael Young and co-hosted by a new guest host each week.
Money Magazine is a business news and financial programme that is broadcast on Sundays at 7:00pm in Hong Kong by television channel TVB Pearl.
Movie Magazine is a now defunct Saturday afternoon showbiz-oriented talk show produced by LOCA-LOBO Productions and aired over GMA Network. It was originally hosted by Cristy Fermin and Nap Gutierrez and later Jun Nardo, Eugene Asis and Dolly Anne Carvajal with Mario Hernando as a Film Reviewer.
Junior Magazine was a TV programme for teenagers, which ran for 7 years on CBC Television's coast to coast network, seen Sundays from 2-3 p.m. Fred Rainsberry was largely responsible for running the Children's Television Department for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, out of their Toronto, Jarvis Street studios during the 1950s and '60s. The host was a recent arrival from England, John Clark, leaving behind his Just William image. The series began in 1955, with Clark introducing short documentary films, and the format was expanded when co-hosts were brought in, Hank Hedges presenting nature subjects, and Doug Maxwell covering sports. Producer Bruce Attridge introduced a little culture to the program with music and dance sequences, and young Roberta Maxwell joined the team in 1957 for 2 years, before exiting to pursue an acting career. Disney selected the show to be their Canadian outlet for their children's films, and the program's objectives were expanded in 1958, when Clark would take off on weekly jaunts with a camera crew to explore the surrounding countryside and uncover points of historic interest. However, Clark never lost the acting bug, and left for New York in 1960. The program continued for two more years, under several new hosts, among them Toby Tarnow, Patrick Watson, Garrick Hagon, and Norman Welch. In 1963, Rainsberry persuaded Fred Rogers to take to the airwaves.
People Magazine explores shocking stories of ordinary people who, lured by promises of eternal life, get caught up in a terrifying web of abuse, deception, and manipulation. Explore the deeply disturbing world of cults through the eyes of survivors who managed to escape.
Weekend Magazine was a long-running television show, shown by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Its original producer was Rex Clayton, with subsequent producers including Ivan Chapman. This short format show was typically filmed by the ABC's news correspondents in their spare time, the diversity of its subject matter reflecting the diversity of their interests. During the 1970s, Weekend Magazine was run after the Sunday evening news. "Surf Rider", the distinctive theme music accompanying its credits, was played by Rhet Stoller. The program was terminated by ABC management during the 1980s, in the face of outcry from audience and journalists alike.
Science Magazine was a half-hour television show produced by CBC Television from 1975 to 1979. The show was hosted by geneticist David Suzuki, who previously hosted the daytime youth programme Suzuki On Science. Science Magazine moved beyond the youth audience and was mostly broadcast during prime time, except for occasional sessions where the show was repeated at afternoon times. The program featured news and features on scientific research and developments. Regular items within the show included "How Things Work" and "Science Update". Jan Tennant and Cy Strange of the CBC were the program's film feature narrators. Science Magazine, as such, ended production when the CBC joined it with The Nature of Things, keeping the latter as title and Suzuki as host.
Evening Magazine is the name of various news and entertainment style local television shows in different markets.
Lifestyle Magazine is an American magazine documentary television series airing on the Trinity Broadcasting Network from 1993 to 2012. The series was based in Simi Valley, California.