The Bill Cunningham Show is an American talk show that is hosted by radio host Bill Cunningham. The show airs on The CW as part of that network's "Daytime" block.
The show debuted on September 19, 2011 and is produced by Tribune Broadcasting in association with ITV Studios America. In the first season before the move to the CW, the program had limited distribution, airing only on Tribune's stations, Local TV, LLC-owned KAUT-TV/Oklahoma City and WGNT/Norfolk and Raycom Media-owned WXIX in Cunningham's hometown of Cincinnati.
On February 10, 2012, The CW announced that the program would be distributed nationwide for the 2012–13 season, as part of the network's CW Daytime lineup, airing at 3 p.m. in all U.S. time zones; the series officially made its CW debut on September 17, 2012 replacing Dr. Drew's Lifechangers. ITVSA and Tribune will continue to produce the series for season three.
The Brendan Courtney Show is an Irish weekly chat show hosted by Brendan Courtney. It was first broadcast on TV3 on 9 November 2005 and aired for one series until 15 February 2006.
The Brendan Courtney Show featured guest interviews and live music from guest music groups and was aimed at a younger audience than its main rivals on RTÉ. The show also contained pranks on an unsuspecting public and was noted for its Graham Norton-like audience participation.
The UK's Celebrity Big Brother winner Chantelle Houghton gave her first Irish interview to The Brendan Courtney Show in February 2006.
CTV Morning Live is the name of the local morning newscasts airing on CTV's owned-and-operated stations in Western Canada, specifically, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon and Regina as well as on CTV Two stations in Ottawa and Atlantic Canada. Each station produces its own version of the program. In areas where the program airs on a local CTV station, it airs in place of the network's national Canada AM program.
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.
Adam Hills In Gordon St Tonight has all the usual talk show trimmings – celebrity guests, great comedy and live music - with all the excitement and spontaneity you’d expect from one of the country’s best live comedians.
Kids Say the Funniest Things was a Comedy show in the United Kingdom based on the United States show Kids Say the Darndest Things, produced by LWT for ITV from 27 December 1998 to 1 October 2000. A third series was recorded in 2001, but never aired because of the revelations surrounding Stuart Lubbock's death at Barrymore's home.
British version of the game show where unsuspecting members of the public hail a cab and find they're playing for thousands of pounds - if they can keep answering questions correctly before they reach their destination. If they don't, they may just be walking the rest of the way.
Russian talk show, in the productions of the scandalous nature of which, various life situations and conflicts were played out, often using profanity (replaced by a squeak), often leading to fights and brawls.
Face to Face is a Philippine reality tabloid talk show aired on TV5 and hosted by Amy Perez. It is produced exclusively by ABC Development Corporation and bills itself as a "Barangay Hall On-Air."
It is very similar to the US television show The Jerry Springer Show but has a Filipino cultural perspective, predominantly with "marginalized and impoverished guests". The show aims to resolve minor conflicts between two arguing parties with the help of a panel of counselors that represent the legal, emotional and spiritual aspects of living.
The show is one of the most popular talk shows in the Philippines but has also proved to be controversial due to the violence exhibited in the show. Hence, the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board has requested that the show "tone down physical altercations between guests".
Sex Matters is a Canadian talk show that broadcasts on CP24 exploring many issues about human sexuality. The program is hosted by CP24's Cynthia Loyst. Live broadcasts of the program airs Thursday and Friday nights at 10:30 pm on CP24. CP24 also rebroadcasts the program every Saturday and Sunday nights at 10:30 pm. Star! also airs the program every Saturday and Sunday nights at 11:30 pm. The program first aired on February 11, 2010 on CP24.
The Revolution aims to step outside the typical realm of the broadcast Christian genre. Its innovative style of discussion around a table in a peaceful, low lit, comfortable surrounding differs from the pulpit pastor preaching. The topics convey a much different, younger perspective into Christianity and evangelism. The youthful and upbeat personalities allow the hosts to talk to the viewers and not at them. The Revolution intends to fire up emotion in the hearts of its viewers with everyday modern family experiences and testimonies fueled by the Bible itself.
P. Diddy's Starmaker is an American interactive talent show that first aired on MTV in August 2009. It is currently presented by Kimberly Caldwell, with P. Diddy, Rodney Jerkins, Tamara Conniff and Laurie Ann Gibson as judges.
Apostrophes was a live, weekly, literary, prime-time, talk show on French television created and hosted by Bernard Pivot. It ran for fifteen years (724 episodes) from January 10, 1975, to June 22, 1990, and was one of the most watched shows on French television (around 6 million regular viewers). It was broadcast on Friday nights on the channel France 2 (which was called "Antenne 2" from 1975 to 1992). The hourlong show was devoted to books, authors and literature. The format varied between one-on-one interviews with a single author and open discussions between four or five authors.