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A Different Spin with Mark Hoppus
Join Mark Hoppus for exclusive interviews and performances from legendary and emerging artists. Get the latest music news and insights.
Experience a fresh spin on the music industry with panel discussions, reports, and behind-the-scenes access. Don't miss this must-see series!
Unzipped is a British television programme that airs on BBC Three. The show is hosted by Greg James and Russell Kane.
The presenters of Unzipped explore the quirks and eccentricities of the British people. The show is a comedy that aims to uncover the weird and wonderful aspects of British culture.
Polaris Player Select
On Polaris: Player Select, top videos from YouTube stars from Disney Digital Network's bench of Maker creators, including Jacksepticeye, Luzugames, Strawburry17, LordMinion777 and LDShadowLady.
The host, MC Gilles, and his acolytes (Katherine Levac and Fabien Cloutier) continue to scrutinize the artistic universe of Quebec from their humorous, sometimes absurd, sometimes irreverent look!
Get ready for in-depth sports news and exclusive interviews with top athletes on Costas Now, the monthly talk show hosted by Bob Costas.
Join the legendary sports anchor as he covers the latest headlines and goes one-on-one with the biggest names in the game. Premiering in 2005.
Fest & Flauschig
Firm & Fluffy with Jan Böhmermann and Olli Schulz. The award-winning, bafflingly fabulous, limitlessly fantastic podcast for him, her, and it.
Paul Shaffer Plus One
David Letterman's long-time band leader and sidekick Paul Shaffer sits down with music icons for a series of in-depth interviews.
De Wereld Draait Door
De Wereld Draait Door is a Dutch television program produced by the VARA and broadcast on Nederland 1. The show is created by Ewart van der Horst and the host is Matthijs van Nieuwkerk. The program centers on a talk show chat format; the chat takes place at a large table and includes Van Nieuwkerk, a guest co-host that changes daily, and invitees such as politicians, celebrities, artists, or simply people involved in projects or organizations that are topics of interest. The show contains a mixture of news, information, television bloopers and general entertainment. Frequent guests and panelists are Jan Mulder, Yvon Jaspers, Halina Reijn, Giel Beelen, Mathijs Bouman, and Marc-Marie Huijbregts. Every day there's a live performance of a band in the studio. The television program is closed daily with Lucky TV, a small movie clip that features a parody of news with changed voice-over text added to the video shots.
Washington Week with The Atlantic
On Washington Week (formerly Washington Week with Gwen Ifill) guest journalists weigh in on issues of the week in this venerable roundtable, the first program ever fed by PBS (previously it had aired on WETA-TV in Washington, D.C., and other East Coast public stations). Though its format is panel discussion, there have been occasional one-on-one interviews, a notable example being host Paul Duke's 1994 White House visit with President Bill Clinton. The series won a DuPont-Columbia University Award in 1974.