The story of Nicholas Sand and Tim Scully, the unlikely duo at the heart of 1960s American drug counter-culture.
History Makers was a Canadian historical television series which aired on CBC Television in 1970.
Game Makers is a TV show on G4. The original series followed the process of game development, as a company attempts to finish a big new game in time for shipment. The "original" Game Makers did not air often, and when it did it was referred to as a "G4 Special Presentation" rather than a separate entity. The original Game Makers was cancelled and taken off air in early 2006. After the revamp of Icons in June 2006, the classic game based episodes of Icons began to air under the name Game Makers. The original series no longer airs, but a few re-runs aired in May 2006. Game Makers last aired December 1, 2006, on G4. Considering one new episode of the show on Madden 07 was aired in November. G4 reran Game Makers in December 2007 on Wednesdays, despite its air in the early mornings.
Mischief Makers was children's television series created by National Telepix that debuted on television syndication in 1960. The fifteen-minute series consisted of shortened Our Gang silent shorts that were originally released through Pathé, as well as various rival Our Gang shorts including Mickey McGuire, Buster Brown, and others. Films Hal Roach's all animal series the Dippy Doo Dads were also occasionally shown. The series ended production in 1961, but continued to be aired by certain local television stations well into the 1970s.
Teams of people invent new technology for a chance to win $1 million.
Canadian Film Makers is a Canadian short film television series which aired on CBC Television in 1974.
America's do-it-yourselfers, innovators and entrepreneurs are getting the opportunity of a lifetime -- to turn their big ideas into big money. Every week four top makers from around the nation pitch their products to a panel of three experts. Which ideas will make the cut?
The Dream Makers is a 30-episode drama serial that airs on MediaCorp Channel 8 from 24 June 2013, to 2 August 2013. It features Zoe Tay, Rui En, Jeanette Aw, Chen Liping, Qi Yuwu and Chen Hanwei in the main cast and is also the first such series to commemorate 50 years of local television.
The Plane Makers is a British television series created by Wilfred Greatorex and produced by Rex Firken. ATV made three series for ITV between 1963 and 1965. It was succeeded by The Power Game, which ran for an additional three series from 1965 to 1969. Firkin continued as producer for the first two series, and David Reid took over for series 3.
The Story Makers was a children's television programme broadcast on the BBC's pre-school digital television network, CBeebies. The Story Makers is set in a children’s library, and encourages literacy and creativity.
Canadian Film Makers is a Canadian short film television series which aired on CBC Television in 1967.
New Film Makers is a Canadian experimental short film television miniseries which was broadcast on CBC Television in 1969.
The story of the modern American women’s movement and its impact on work fields once largely closed to women.
New Zealand's Top 100 History Makers was a weekly television programme first shown on Prime Television New Zealand on 6 October 2005. 430 notable New Zealanders were ranked by a panel to determine the 100 most influential in New Zealand history. There were six episodes to present the list, and a final episode, screened live on 17 November 2005, showed the rankings of the top ten of these people as a result of votes collected from the public via text and internet. Diana Wichtel, reviewing the show in The New Zealand Listener, described it as "surprisingly watchable", but commented that the format was "history as striptease, with the programme counting down over the weeks to the big winner." Scott Kara, writing in The New Zealand Herald, called it "educational but not dull". Another review described it as "history ... as an Idol-style talent search". Joseph Romanos, one of the panellists, produced a book later in 2005 containing profiles of the same 100 people. The book was revised for a 2008 edition.
Viewers are invited inside the creative routines and personal stories of a collection of master craftspeople living on Canada's Eastern Seaboard, whose life experiences have shaped their work in tandem with their own two hands. Each episode documents the artistry of such crafts as stone carving, wood turning, sculpting, felting, and metalsmithing.