Triumph in the Skies is a Hong Kong drama television series that premiered on TVB in 2003. The drama tells the lives of pilots working for the fictional Solar Airways based on Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific. It has been cited as one of TVB's best serial dramas, and there were rumours of a sequel to be made in 2006. However, it has been pushed back due to continuing negotiation with an airline to provide support. In May 2011, TVB announced that a sequel was in development, with filming beginning in the early months of 2012. The sequel, titled Triumph in the Skies II, aired on TVB Jade on 15 July 2013. Triumph in the Skies has been compared to the now-cancelled NBC series LAX. It sparked an interest in aviation when first aired amongst Hong Kong viewers, as well as an interest in a small doll named "Triangel" featured early on in the series. External photography took place on location in Japan, Italy, and Australia, with sequence shots at Parafield Airport in Adelaide being memorable for their in-depth depiction of flight training.
Niall Ferguson examines China's ascendancy, and asks what the future holds for the world's most populous country and its relationship with the rest of the world
Triumph in the Skies II is television drama produced by TVB under executive producer Tommy Leung. It is a sequel to TVB's 2003 blockbuster television drama Triumph in the Skies.
Triumph Over Evil is a 1997 Hong Kong period serial drama produced by TVB and starring Ben Wong in his first leading role and co-starring Nick Cheung and Hilary Tsui.
It happened more or less by accident; the people who made it happen were amateurs; and for the most part they still are. From his own Silicon Valley garage, author Bob Cringely puts PC bigshots and nerds on the spot, and tells their incredible true stories. Like the industry itself, the series is informative, funny and brash.
David Attenborough embarks on a remarkable 500 million-year journey revealing the extraordinary group of animals that dominate our world, and how their evolution defines our human bodies.
The series will feature Jack McBrayer playing a version of himself who was the child star of a Lassie-like series and Triumph, the dog who went into the world of decadence and took Jack with him. 15 years later, Jack managed to put his life together until Triumph came back into his life. The live-action series will be created by Robert S. Smigel, Michael Koman and David Feldman.
Kenny Hotz's Triumph of the Will is a Canadian television series, which debuted on July 22, 2011 on Action.
Triunfo del Amor is a Mexican telenovela, starring Maite Perroni, William Levy, and Victoria Ruffo as the main protagonists. Dominika Paleta, Guillermo García Cantú and Daniela Romo star as the main antagonists. It is based on El Privilegio de Amar produced in 1998, a remake of Delia Fiallo's classic Cristal produced in 1985. Triunfo del Amor won 3 awards in Premios TVyNovelas: Best female antagonist, best first actor, and best young lead actress. Canal de las Estrellas aired Triunfo del Amor on October 25, 2010, airing half hour episodes with Soy tu dueña from October 25 to November 5, 2010. From November 8, 2010 to June 26, 2011, one hour episodes were broadcast. Univision aired Triunfo del amor in the United States from January 3, 2011 to August 1, 2011 at 9pm/8pm central. During its run, Univision aired 2 hours of Triunfo del Amor from March 4 to March 29, 2011, and from May 16 to June 3, 2011 at 9pm central, due La reina del sur dominating the 10pm time slot.
The story of life on Earth from the death of the dinosaurs to the dawn of the age of man.
The Second World War In Colour  is a three-part documentary which reveals hours of previously unseen colour film of World War II. As almost all newsreel film was shot in black and white, this DVD offers a completely new portrait of the war. Dramatic colour footage from as early as 1933 shows home movies of Adolf Hitler and his cohorts, the devastation wrought by the Blitzkrieg, life on the home front, D-Day and the Allied invasion of France, British bombers defying German fighters, the horror of the Holocaust that troops met as they entered Germany, and the jubilation of the final Allied victory. With John Thaw's narration intercut with spoken accounts from the letters and diaries of those who fought, those who survived, and those the war claimed as victims, this documentary is an extraordinary remembrance of a monumental time in world history.