NXT UK TakeOver: Cardiff is a professional wrestling show and WWE Network event produced by WWE for their NXT UK brand. It took place on August 31, 2019, at Motorpoint Arena Cardiff in Cardiff, Wales and was streamed live on the WWE Network. It is the second event promoted under the NXT UK TakeOver chronology, after NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool.
Based on a true story in 1985. Derek is a dreamer and a loser. No matter how hard he tries he fails at everything he attempts. Determined to show the world he can succeed at something he forms an American Football team in a country dominated by Soccer, Rugby, Cricket and Fish & Chips. His desire to succeed consumes his life and he is blind to see that his success will lead to him losing everything.
UK live at Club Citta, Japan - November 8, 2013
01 Gotye Feat Kimbra – Somebody That I Used To Know 02 David Guetta Feat Sia – Titanium 03 Will.I.Am Feat Mick Jagger & Jennifer Lopez – T.H.E. 04 Jessie J – Domino 05 Alyssa Reid Feat JumpSmokers -Alone Again 06 Flo Rida Feat Sia – Wild Ones 07 Cover Drive – Twilight 08 Rizzle Kicks – Mama Do The Hump 09 Kelly Clarkson – What Doesn’t Kill You (Stronger) 10 Lana Del Rey – Born To Die 11 DJ Fresh Feat Rita Ora – Hot Right Now 12 Pitbull Feat Chris Brown – International Love 13 Lana Del Rey – Video Games 14 Ed Sheeran – Drunk 15 Lloyd Feat Andre 3000 & Lil Wayne – Dedication To My Ex (Miss That) 16 Olly Murs – Dance With Me Tonight 17 Flo Rida – Good Feeling 18 Pixie Lott – Kiss The Stars 19 Labrinth Feat Tinie Tempah – Earthquake 20 Avicii – Levels
Donne's film points out the major features of the tax avoidance landscape: tax havens, brass plates, capital flight, crown dependencies, and the like.
NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool was a professional wrestling show and WWE Network event produced by WWE for their NXT UK brand. It took place on January 12, 2019, at the Empress Ballroom in Blackpool, Lancashire, England and was streamed live on the WWE Network. It was the first event promoted under the NXT UK TakeOver chronology.
No Mercy was a pay-per-view produced by the World Wrestling Federation exclusively for the United Kingdom. It took place on May 16, 1999 at the Manchester Evening News Arena in Manchester, England. The main event match was Anything Goes Triangle match for the WWF Championship. Defending champion Steve Austin defended against The Undertaker (with Paul Bearer) and Triple H (with Chyna), with interference from the Corporate Ministry, The Brood, Kane, X-Pac and Mankind. Shane McMahon defended the European Championship against X-Pac while the event opened up with a 6-Man Tag Between The Ministry of Darkness (Viscera, Faarooq, and Bradshaw) versus The Brood (Edge, Christian, and Gangrel).
In 2011 Ed March posted his particularly small motorcycle to the other side of the world with the aim of riding it home. There was no plan, no script, no backup crew and no-one to tell him what a stupid idea it was. Over the next 8 months, Ed and his trusty motorbike Ninety travelled through 17 countries, including Malaysia, Thailand, India and Iran. In Vietnam he got very drunk with a little old lady and in Bangkok there were wedding bells. Where will he sleep tonight? What happens when you bribe a Cambodian army weapons store with £200? Can you get to Everest Base Camp in a pair of trainers? These are all questions that Ed March didn’t even know needed answering. Join Ed as he shows you what the world is really like when you have a big smile, a small bike and an even smaller budget.
Join acclaimed psychic and medium, Patrick McNamara, as he journeys into the world of the paranormal. In the Second World War and in subsequent Cold War years, numerous secret bunkers were created for the protection of the rich and powerful elite. Many have remained unknown and untouched ever since. In this remarkable film we go deep into the heart of Scotland's most secret bunker and discover terrible tales of hauntings from those dark days.
Live performance from the punk rockers, recorded at London's Marquee Club in 2002. Includes such tracks as 'Tomorrow's Girls', 'Stranglehold' and 'Warhead'.
Thirty SuicideGirls from the United States, Canada, Italy, France, Portugal, The UK, and South Africa spend a magical week in a converted windmill in the English Countryside.
Lives under political violence
Lord Gideon Grey vs Gedo Mark Haskins & Joel Redman vs Tenzan & Kojima Marty Scurll vs Shinsuke Nakamura Bullet Club (Gallows & Anderson) vs Revolutionists (Samuels & Castle) Will Ospreay vs Kazuchika Okada Hiroshi Tanahashi vs Big Damo Jushin Thunder Liger vs AJ Styles
First WWF UK Event was a United Kingdom-only professional wrestling special pay-per-view event which took place on October, 10 1989 was known as the First WWE (then WWF) event to be held in the United Kingdom. Many of the top wrestlers appeared at the event including Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage, Bret Hart, Honky Tonk Man, Jim Duggan and more.
Are aliens really out there? You've heard tales of little green men from other planets, but these are normally consigned to urban legends and sci-fi fables. However, a dossier of files released by the Ministry of Defence last year proves just how seriously some of these close encounters are taken by the government. Discover the truth in UFO UK: New Evidence. Since August 2010, these previously classified 'UFO files' have been in the public domain - and they reveal some startling goings-on in the skies above Britain. There's Winston Churchill's wartime cover-up, the alleged UFO crash in a remote part of Wales and the East Anglian sighting that left police, coastguard and radar operators scratching their heads. Among the many other reports brought to light are the hushed-up camera recording of a UFO over Scotland and the bizarre experience of a Boeing 737 jet pilot flying above Manchester ...
A movie following a small selection of talented cos-players as they took part in May 2011 MCM Expo and showcased their costumes in the Masquerade.
Danzig at Sheffield City Hall, Sheffield, England Twist of Cain Mother Am I Demon Mother of Mercy She Rides Horror Biz The Hunter Evil Thing Not of This World
The precautionary prowess of the British is proudly on display in this programme which proves that the wonder of apocalyptic wariness isn’t purely an American phenomenon. Civil unrest, financial chaos and natural disasters are everyday news – and, whether it involves survivalists stockpiling away in Surrey or completely upping sticks and moving to Slovakia, Preppers UK: Surviving Armageddon features British preppers who’ve armed themselves with much more than just a stiff upper lip. In Surrey, Royston is preparing for the aftermath of a solar flare and hosts a radio show for fellow preppers. Over in Buckinghamshire, tree surgeon Malcolm explains how he prepares for disaster by sampling the local wildlife – he has feasted on squirrel, rabbit, magpie, and even tried ant eggs! ....
Within the walls of an interrogation room and with time running out, London investigators go after three suspects, each accused of a grievous crime.
A vocal contest reality series featuring people with real talent and great voices. Only the very best singers make it through the the blind auditions, the decisions from the four celebrity coaches are based solely on the voices they hear - and nothing else.
A professional wrestling program showcasing the best of WWE's UK division.
Adapted from the hit US series, Law & Order: UK follows a team of police detectives and prosecutors representing the public interest in the criminal justice system.
RuPaul has made the trip across the pond in search of a queen with the most charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent in all the land.
We’ve followed the girls on their journey and now it’s time to see these five teen moms in the UK prove that age really is just a number when it comes to parenting. We’ll watch the tears, tantrums and independence of these incredible young women as they share their journey, showcasing the highs and lows of becoming a teen mom.
Competitors from all over the UK take on TV's toughest obstacle course.
A cutting-edge documentary series that gets close up and personal with the Staffordshire Police force as they go about their daily business.
Last year, the UK's armed police officers out more than 16,000 operations in England and Wales, dealing with marauding fugitives, organised criminals, tense hostage situations and the ever-increasing threat of terrorism. This programme follows operations carried out by armed response teams, combining real footage from the missions with news coverage of the aftermath, and testimony from the officers themselves
Chronicling diverse stories and backgrounds of young pregnant teen women and the challenges they face in their first years of being mothers.
TRL UK was a British version of the popular American Total Request Live which first aired in the states in 1998, however it was not brought to the United Kingdom until the last quarter of 2003. It was broadcast weekdays at 4.30pm originally in 2003, however the time slot was changed as it ran in to its second season it was then broadcast at 6.00pm in 2005. The show's main presenter was Dave Berry who was joined by another of MTV's guest presenters each day. The show follows the format of the original Total Request Live it shows a Top 10 Countdown with Musical Guests and Actors and Actresses. It was broadcast from London's Leicester Square from the UK's capital and the presenters would stand in front of glass windows facing down onto the street to the audience just like the U.S. version.
UK Raw was a late-night studio show, concerning real people and their fetishes. Subjects include a naked magician, a bondage nightclub and a man who has invented a flatulence gauge. 17 episodes of UK Raw were produced for UK television channel Five.
NFL UK is a television news program based on the sport of American football. The show is broadcast in the United Kingdom on Five.< The show is hosted by Trevor Nelson and Natalie Pinkham with Nat Coombs as a reporter. It is the only National Football League news shows on British television.
UK Today was a BBC television news programme shown on most digital satellite and digital terrestrial versions of BBC One and BBC Two. It consisted of a round up of stories from the BBC's various local news programmes where it had not initially been possible to show regional variations. The programme was eventually replaced by digital feeds of each regional news service, finishing in 2002.
Hitlist UK is a weekly UK chart series which airs on MTV Europe. Its format has changed over the years. Originally airing in July 1992 as a two-hour television program that aired the official UK Top 40 singles chart. The programme originally aired Mondays at 20:00 hrs and repeated through the week. In 1997, with the launch of localized MTV Europe channels in Germany, the UK and Italy the chart continued to air. In 2002, both MTV UK and MTV Italia discontinued the series, while MTV Europe continues to air the chart as a Top 20 playlist each week. MTV Germany stopped importing the original English series in July 2000, creating a German version of Hitlist UK, which was hosted by several German VJs up until 2004, when this version was eventually discontinued as well. From 1992 to 2002 the series was hosted by a number of MTV Europe VJ's, whereas the series has had no presenter since 2003. On August 1st, 2012 the UK Hitlist was suspended from programming on MTV Europe. As of January 1st, 2013 the UK Hitlist chart is back on MTV Europe - Every Thursday.
UK Uncovered is a British reality television show that was filmed on location as part of a national tour, visiting nearly every major town and city in the United Kingdom. Three series aired originally on the Men and Motors cable/satellite channel in the United Kingdom, operated by ITV plc, starting in December 2002. The first two series were fairly similar to each other, being that they allowed a previously unseen side of British character in a purely observational style, however the third series showed somewhat of a departure by intertwining deliberate comedy and fictional characters interacting with the public. The series was unashamably aimed at exploiting the sexual preoccupations of young British clubbers, with copious nudity, bawdy situations and innuendo being contrived by the production crew. Despite taking what could be described as a somewhat sordid and juvenile glee at depicting flashes of nudity, the programme at least did not pretend that it was aiming to provide anything more profound or informative. The presenters Richard Alexander and his sometime sidekick Syd took a self-deprecating approach that was steeped in Northern values: sardonic, cheeky, endearing and ever ready to play the fool. A harder edged "laddish" approach would have likely made the series one dimensional and more overtly sexist.