This is one of the best programmes on the telly. The newest series of this Emmy-award winning programme is due to screen on CBS this coming spring/summer.
Based in Toronto, Citytv has become the benchmark for local television around the world. Pioneering the Street-front Store-front Broadcasting system since the late 70's, Citytv broadcasts all its programmes from large windows that overlook the hippest street in Canada.
This American series premiere on the FOX network but was sadly cancelled due to lackluster ratings. The programme has been reborn on the BRAVO network on Tuesdays. This show has true trans-atlantic appeal. A New York cop joins the Metropolitan Police of London.
This splashy sexy soap drama lands in the US and gets a limited run on the TR!O network. It combines the world of footballers (soccer stars) and their wives and the glitzy and scandalous dealings that we only read about in the newspapers.
This is one of the best programmes on television anywhere. This BBC import deals with the intrigue and drama behind the scenes in Britian's formidable MI-5. It is similar to the CIA, but deals soley with domestic issues. MI-6 is the global division. This is smartly written and very well acted.
Broadcasting on BBC Radio 1, the Breakfast Show with Chris Moyles show entertains the nation. Chris, Comedy Dave, Producer Rachel, Aled is live every to get your day started. Unfortunately for North American listeners you will have to check out the listen again feature on the Radio 1 website.
Britains first 24 News Channel. For the past 15 years Sky News has been the UK's favourite source for news. With a distictive style and flash, Sky News breaks news first. All with that signature hallmark, the SkyNews Whoosh. Simple and effective but not sensationalistic SkyNews informs but with a British sense.
The funniest show on Telly. The double Golden Globe winning series is a massive hit for BBC America. This show is mockumentary supposedly filmed in an offices of Wernam Hogg Paper on the Slough Trading Estate. Its strangely realistic in its protrayal of actual office situations
WAKING THE DEAD
Better than CSI/COLD CASE and its spin-offs, this British import again clears away the Hollywood mess and gets realistic in its protrayal of detectives and forensic experts. Cant be missed engrossing drama that has that signature BBC slow-burn writing style.
WIRE IN THE BLOOD
This Robeson Green front series is unique in the fact that it gives a spin on the whole criminal profiler expert genre. Superbly acted and extremely well written. Again in the signature BBC Slow-burn writing style.