A fondo was a Spanish television interview program hosted by Joaquín Soler Serrano that was broadcast on the Televisión Española network. The program's run lasted from 1976 until 1981, for a total of 48 shows. The program's mission statement, according to its opening title cards, was to interview "the leading figures in letters, the arts, and sciences." Beginning with Jorge Luis Borges, who was the guest on the first episode of Al fondo aired on September 8, 1976, the program played host to some of the Spanish speaking world's most respected intellectuals of the day. In 1976, critics awarded the show a Premio Ondas in the "national television" category.
Catch Me a Colobus was a television series narrated by Gerald Durrell, the well-known British naturalist and writer, which was shown on BBC children's television around 1967.
It described an expedition to Sierra Leone to catch colobus monkeys for Durrell's zoo in Jersey.
There was also a book of this name.
Twist of Fate is an American documentary television series that airs on The Weather Channel. It premiered on June 1, 2011.
The series follows survivors of natural disasters who were in severe danger at one point. In each episode, it details the spilt-second choices and twists of fate that got them to and out of those situations.
Buch in de Bajes is een Nederlands televisieprogramma dat wordt uitgezonden op RTL 4. Presentator Menno Buch volgt de dagelijkse gang van zaken in een Nederlandse gevangenis van dichtbij en praat met gedetineerden en personeelsleden.