Lamb Chop's Play-Along is an American children's television series that was shown on PBS in the United States from 1992 until 1997, as well as on YTV in Canada. It was created and hosted by puppeteer Shari Lewis, and featured her puppet character Lamb Chop.
The popular Selling Houses returns for a new series and with a new presenter: Amanda Lamb. Three homeowners compete to win an offer from a buyer. They are all given the rare opportunity to snoop round each other's houses to eye up the competition. Then armed with this knowledge, as well as £1000 and advice from Amanda, they have just one week to improve their homes.
Lambing Live is a farming programme which was broadcast live on BBC Two in five parts, beginning on Sunday 7 March 2010. Presented by Kate Humble and Adam Henson, the show was mainly filmed live on the Beavan family farm, near Abergavenny in Monmouthshire and followed a week in the life of the farm, concentrating on the births of the new lambs. Filmed inserts showed the lead-up to the lambing season, including the purchase of two new stud sheep. The show was produced in a style similar to Springwatch. The second series following a farming family from Cumbria began on 4 April 2011, again presented by Kate Humble. A third series will be broadcast in 2014.
Unidentified Farm Objects and paranormal sightings are the norm with Shaun the Sheep and his barnyard buddies Bitzer, Shirley, and Timmy, as they encounter more madcap mischief along with those Naughty Pigs next door. Big laughs are evident, as the creators of the Academy Award®-winning Wallace & Gromit™ are out to prove that sheepherding fun is universal.
Ex-Navy SEAL Joel Lambert is pit against the world's most elite military and law enforcement tracking teams. With only what he can carry on his back, Joel will play an extreme version of hide-and-seek in unknown treacherous terrain with nothing but a basic survival kit and canteen of water as he attempts to evade capture in 48-hours or less.