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    Porno Valley

    Porno Valley

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    Sky1 (ended 2004)
    This 13 part series fallows the Vivid girls for 6 months. They present their work, their dreams and the daily life. They face the trouble in their relationships resulting out of their work, as well as the glamorous moments in their careers.

    Everyone that has a name in the industry makes its appearance in this series along with some of the most popular girls at the time of production.

    This show is also know under the title Vivid Valley in the UK, where it aired on Sky Television. In the US the series aired on Playboy TV and the Independent Film Channel (IFC).

    ATTENTION: This series contains adult content!moreless
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    Brainiac: Science Abuse

    Brainiac: Science Abuse

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    Sky1
    Brainiac: Science Abuse! The show that brings science to your living room. You'll love this! Which is faster - gun powder or human? Can you pop a balloon containing water with fire? This is Brainiac: Science Abuse!moreless
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    Tales from River Cottage

    Tales from River Cottage

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    Sky1
    Hugh looks back at what he learnt in his 3 years at River Cottage, and shares gardening tips and stories from his growing competitions as well as numerous recipes, all made from vegetables grown on site in his garden. Viewers also meet many of the people--experts---that appeared in the other River Cottage programmes.moreless
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    There's Something About Miriam

    There's Something About Miriam

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    Sky1 (ended 2004)
    Welcome to the There's Something About Miriam guide at TV.com. There's Something About Miriam is about six men who are put in a huge property with Miriam. They don't know that Miriam was actually born male but later had a sex change.moreless
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    Shock Treatment

    Shock Treatment

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    Sky1 (ended 2006)
    Shock Treatment is all about fear. Real fear. And about how real people try to deal with it, in their own individual way. In each show four members of the public have volunteered to spend 48 hours in a secret location, and undergo experiments designed to scare them. That's all they know. What they don't know is that they're going to a disused mental asylum, a Victorian horror full of damp and peeling corridors. That they're going to be kept apart from each other, locked in foul cells with no daylight, no watches and no one to talk to except masked figures in chemical suits who never talk back. All this is designed to unsettle them, to create an environment of confusion, uncertainty and stress. So that when the experiments begin, they are already on edge, already prepared to accept house rules. The rules of a madhouse. Each experiment explores a different type of fear. The fear of violence, of the dark, of disgust and creepy crawlies, of pain and of inflicting pain on others. Shock Treatment uses a cast of actors and specialists, from the genial fake psychologist Dr. Templeton to fire-eaters and stuntmen, to convince our volunteers that they are really facing their worst fears.moreless
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    The 1970s Office

    The 1970s Office

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    Sky1 (ended 2004)
    It hardly bears thinking about, but just imagine having to live without all the technology that we take for granted. We panic when we go to work and discover that we've left our mobile phones at home. We're enraged when our computers crash and we can't order our weekly shopping over the web. Once upon a time there was a strange world without computers, mobiles and the internet. Instead of bluetooth keyboards there were typewriters. The only way to get money from your bank was to stand in a queue and write a cheque. But we're bringing that scary world back to life in The 1970s Office, a retro-scripted reality series that will celebrate the awfulness (and the richness) of the recent past. We'll do this by meticulously recreating the typical 70s office and installing a bunch of fickle, precious and competitive admen for the toughest test of their careers. Assigned that seventies' favourite, The Space Hopper, they will work towards their ad campaign pitch. For two weeks, our hand-picked advertising luvvies will be forced to live and work without any of the trappings of the 21st century - luxuries that most of them probably don't even realise they take for granted. They will have just ten days to complete the pitch before presenting their ideas to a panel of the good and the great in the ad industry. Another agency will be pitching for the same lucrative account - but they won't be working under the kind of restrictions that our guinea pigs face. PhotoShop or pen and ink? Megabytes or mind-power? The race is on to find the victor in this fascinating experiment.moreless
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    The Real A&E

    The Real A&E

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    Sky1
    The Real A&E is a medical documentary that aims to give viewers a fly-on-the wall perspective of life in two of the United Kingdom's busiest accident and emergency departments (A&E). For the series, Sky1 was able to gain exclusive access inside the University Hospital at Walsgrave, offering viewers a rarely seen peek inside the lives of the medical staff – specifically the emergency care unit - and the sick and injured persons that flow in and out of the hospital everyday. As overwhelming as all that sounds, the camera is not confined to the walls of the hospital. In most episodes, the camera is brought along with the flight crews and medical wagons as they respond to accidents in the outside world. The series tries to add balance to the grizzly images of the injured by depiction of the emergency response units on a personal level - trying to understand what drives them and keeps them going in such a emotionally challenging environment. Most shows on television describe episodes and characters as hanging on the edge of life in death, with The Real A&E this is no marketing gimmick. Ride along with Britain's finest emergency response units, and learn a little about what they do and who they are.moreless