Told in a darkly whimsical tone, a woman watches as her younger husband tries to reclaim his youth by turning to experimental cooking. As he finds creative freedom in almost inedible food, his wife finds that she's slowly being pushed away day-by-day, meal-by-meal.
Calendar is a weekday news and information program that aired in the United States on CBS Television from 1961 to 1963. Harry Reasoner and Mary Fickett co-hosted the program. Each show began with Reasoner giving a summary of the latest news and then introducing the topic for the day, which was presented by Fickett. CBS scheduled the half-hour program in the 10 a.m. timeslot on the East Coast. Since the network then believed women were the primary audience for daytime television, it created a substantive information program geared toward a female audience. A review in TV Guide commended Reasoner for not oversimplifying the news and noted that Fickett contributed "as another intelligent questioner and commentator" rather than someone who just represented "the woman's side." Calendar's topics were diverse, ranging from national politics to interior decorating. The mood of the program was relaxed despite its serious ambition. During an interview with a designer of modern furniture, Reasoner asked, "What would you say if I said you were giving us 'fake simplicity'?" The designer responded, "I'd say you're being offensive." And on a day when the topic was redrawing voting districts to equalize representation between urban and rural regions, Fickett introduced the segment by acknowledging it was a subject that "sounds weighty for this time of the morning" before assuring viewers that she herself had found it interesting.
Calendar is a regional television news and current affairs programme, produced by ITV Yorkshire at its studios in Leeds, serving Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and parts of the North Midlands and north western Norfolk areas of England. District reporters and camera crews are based at newsrooms in Hull, Lincoln and Sheffield.
Country Calendar is a television series covering rural life in New Zealand. Established in March 1966 and screening every year since, it is New Zealand's longest-running television series. It is currently being shown for 30 weeks of the year at 7 pm Saturdays on Television New Zealand's TV ONE, and older episodes are screened nightly on Sky TV's Heartland channel. Tony Trotter was the producer from 1974 to 1982 and was followed by Frank Torley, who produced the show for 23 years. The current producer is Julian O'Brien, with associate producer Dan Henry and consultant producer Frank Torley. All three are reporters and directors on the programme, along with Carol Archie, Jerome Cvitanovich, Katherine Edmond, Kerryanne Evans and Vicki Wilkinson-Baker. The researcher is Vivienne Jeffs. The Country Calendar theme song is from the song "Hillbilly Child" by the Alan Moorhouse Band. HYUNDAI NZ has naming rights to the show. Previous sponsors have included The National Bank, financial services company AMP and Tux dog biscuits.
A Christmas Calendar is a 1987 PBS holiday special hosted and narrated by Loretta Swit. The program was co-produced for PBS by Deutsche Welle and Oregon Public Broadcasting.
Otogi Manga Calendar was a black and white Japanese anime series aired from 1961 to 1964. It was the first anime series ever televised.
Two royal houses battle for the power to rule the Kingdom of Fir. In order to secure the Kingdom, two representatives go back in time to find the mythical Firebird, which will allow its bearer to become the rightful ruler.
The siblings Sam and Minna and their mother Eva arrive to the Orchid coast to celebrate Christmas in the sun with aunt Anja and their cousin Bianca. It's the first time after their father's death the siblings are back on his beloved Orchid coast, and it is in the same time both beautiful and sad to be there. It promises to be an exciting Christmas when a mysterious mask and old pieces of wood from a sunken ship washes ashore at the hotel where they live. Grandfather Ivo tells the three cousins the legend of pirate Aquila, whose ship sank in the battle for "the greatest treasure of them all". Meanwhile Sam, Minna and their mother Eva learns that the Orchid coast will be destroyed after Christmas. Can pirate Aquila's treasure save the coast?