- The Car Show
Genre: Reality-TV, Sport
Release: July 13, 2011
The Car Show: "The Car Show" follows host Adam Carolla as he shows his love for cars in a new show for car lovers around the world in a epic driving adventures and a little bit of automotive culture in the mix. With the comedy and "shop talk", every week is a new adventure. Created by Dan Neil, Matt Farah (“TheSmokingTire.com”) and former NBA Champion John Salley, "The Car Show" offers the viewers a little bit more "car love" to the audiences.
- The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes
Genre: Crime, Drama, Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Release: February 21, 1991
The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes: Sherlock Holmes and his intrepid companion, Dr. Watson solve the mysteries of the disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax, Thor Bridge, Shoscombe Old Place, the Boscombe Valley, an illustrious client, and a creeping man.
- The Changes
Genre: Family, Fantasy
Release: January 06, 1975
The Changes: Children's drama set in modern-day England - but with a major difference: everyone has rebelled against modern technology (electricity, engines, trains etc) and gone back to a pre-industrial-revolution way of life. When the heroine, Nicky, tries to investigate the cause, she is accused of being a witch and imprisoned to prevent her spreading dissent.
- The Chinese Are Coming
Release: February 08, 2011
The Chinese Are Coming: The Chinese Are Coming is presented by Justin Rowlatt. He takes a closer look at the incredible spread of Chinese influence around the planet and asks what the world will be like if China overtakes the United States as the predominant superpower.
- The Chopping Block
Release: February 06, 2008
The Chopping Block: Each week two Melbourne and Sydney restaurants will be reviewed by a secret critic. The restaurants have 72 hours, $5000 and the assistance from chef Matt Moran to overhaul their service, menu and decor in order to win $20,000.
- The Civil War
Genre: Documentary, History, War
Release: September 23, 1990
The Civil War: This highly acclaimed mini series traces the course of the U.S. Civil War from the abolitionist movement through all the major battles to the death of President Lincoln and the beginnings of Reconstruction. The story is mostly told in the words of the participants themselves, through their diaries, letters, and Visuals are usually still photographs and illustrations of the time, and the soundtrack is likewise made up of war-era tunes played on period instruments. Several modern-day historians offer periodic comment and insight on the war's causes and events.