- Jacob Two-Two
Genre: Animation, Family, Fantasy
Release: September 01, 2003
Jacob Two-Two: Being the youngest and smallest of his large family, Jacob fell into the necessary habit of continually repeating himself to be heard which earned him the nickname, Jacob Two-Two. While that habit has faded a bit since his family's move to Montreal, that is the least of his concerns. After all, when the big city has plenty of adventure to offer for himself and his friends whether it be thwarting his school's villianous faculty, or exploring the strange places and people of the metropolis, life's a challenge the first time around!
- James May's 20th Century
Release: July 10, 2007
James May's 20th Century: The series covers various inventions and discoveries over the past century with some reference to discoveries made before the past century. The show features the eponymous James May, exhibiting and discussing the implications of many of the major advances and inventions made during this period.
- James May's Man Lab
Release: October 31, 2010
James May's Man Lab: The show explores traditional skills that are being lost by the modern man and how to stop them from being lost forever. Each episode has a variety of themed tasks, including construction, seduction and more, and a celebrity man task where a celebrity attempts to beat a personal best of a certain 'man task', such as changing a tire
- James Mays Things You Need To Know
Release: June 20, 2011
James Mays Things You Need To Know: The Top Gear presenter contemplates the human body, using motion graphics in his search for answers as to why individuals inherit certain family characteristics, the reasons for catching colds and having hangovers, and what people will look like in 1,000 years
- Jamie Cooks Summer
Release: August 23, 2011
Jamie Cooks Summer: When the sun’s shining, cooking and eating outdoors is a joy, whether you’re going to a festival, camping or just having a barbecue in your back garden. In this one-hour special, Jamie Oliver whips up some amazing, simple dishes to make al fresco food a treat. The programme celebrates getting back to basics with some real ‘Huckleberry Finn’ cooking – whether it’s spit-roasting meat over a fire, smoking your own fish in an old bucket or getting your kids to make cake in the garden without an oven. Jamie Cooks Summer, which was partly filmed at the chef’s Big Feastival event in London, is jam-packed with great grub that captures the buzz, energy and excitement of summer. From jerk chicken to Moroccan-style lamb burgers, and crispy skewered trout to amazing Indian dosa, plus puds and loads more… As Jamie says: ‘We don’t have summer for very long in Britain and when the sun does shine, you’ve gotta make use of it.
- Jamie's School Dinners
Release: February 23, 2005
Jamie's School Dinners: British TV chef Jamie Oliver is appalled by the food being served in British public schools. He learns that not only do the children prefer to eat junk food, but they have very little knowledge of vegetables and fruits and
- Janguru wa itsumo hare nochi Guu
Genre: Animation, Comedy, Fantasy
Release: April 03, 2001
Janguru wa itsumo hare nochi Guu: Hare is a 10-year-old boy living in the jungle with his mother, who one day adopts a cute little girl named Guu to live with them. There's a problem, though: Guu isn't all that she appears to be, and she has a habit of inexplicably devouring anything in sight...
- Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors
Genre: Action, Adventure, Animation, Family, Sci-Fi
Release: August 09, 1985
Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors: In a distant galaxy where magic and technology co-exists, Audric, a scientist accidentally creates The Monster Minds, a race of mutated plant creatures that goes on a rampage and sets out to take over the universe. In a bid to correct the creation of The Monster Minds, Audric creates a plant called "The Magic Root" which will destroy The Monster Minds, but The Magic Root got split into two pieces and half of the magic root is given to Audric's son Jayce. Joined by a team of fighters known as "The Lightning League" led by a 1000 year old wizard named Gillian, Jayce embarks on a desperate quest to find his father and put the two pieces of "The Magic Roots" together, which will destroy The Monster Minds and their evil leader, Sawboss, who will try and stop Jayce and Audric from destroying them and stop them from dominating the galaxy.
- Jean-Claude Van Damme: Behind Closed Doors
Release: March 22, 2011
Jean-Claude Van Damme: Behind Closed Doors: This intimate portrait of Jean Claude Van Damme, martial arts legend and blockbusting Hollywood action hero, reveals the real man behind the macho image as he allows cameras total access into his extraordinary world. He bares his soul and gives us an unprecedented insight into the mind of 'The Muscles from Brussels.' Cameras follow JCVD and his family and join him on film sets around the world, at work and at play, partying hard, saving stray dogs from the street and planning a 'Rocky Balboa' style comeback fight against a ferocious Olympic champion Thai kick boxer. Behind the public image is a sensitive and often tortured character who wears his heart on his sleeve. The series sees him feeling strong enough to take on the world, but also reveals a more vulnerable side to the man who regrets his rock 'n' roll lifestyle and desperately misses his family when he is away filming.