Figaro is hungry for a small, yellow canary named Frankie but must pass a barrier; Minnie Mouse.
Elegant, proper Grace and freewheeling, eccentric Frankie are a pair of frenemies whose lives are turned upside down - and permanently intertwined - when their husbands leave them for each other. Together, they must face starting over in their 70s in a 21st century world.
Frankie is a British television drama series created by Lucy Gannon. The series stars Eve Myles as the eponymous character Frankie Maddox, a district nurse more emotionally involved with her job than her personal life. The series is both set and filmed in the English city of Bristol.
Toronto’s only female private detective in the 1920s takes on the cases the police don’t want or can’t handle. From airplanes and booze running to American G-men, Communists and union busters, Frankie’s fearless sense of adventure gets her into all kinds of trouble, but she always manages to find her way out.
Frankie Gaines looks like a typical teenager, but she's actually a cutting edge, experimental android who must hide her true identity to avoid being tracked down by the evil tech company EGG Labs.
Frankie & Neffe is a US reality show first broadcast on August 25, 2009, on Black Entertainment Television. The series chronicles the lives of the R&B singer Keyshia Cole's biological mother and sister, Frankie Lons and Neffeteria Pugh. The series was preceded by Cole's reality show Keyshia Cole: The Way It Is. The season finale was broadcast on Tuesday October 6, 2009, at 10/9c.
Frankie Wharton is a fictional character in the TV show Waking the Dead on the BBC. Frankie Wharton played by Holly Aird is a Forensic Pathologist who works with a CID team. She joined the team in season 1. Frankie took a conscientious approach to her job and was good friends with Mel. After Mel's death, Frankie left the CCU to return to research. In reality Holly Aird left the programme due to her pregnancy.
In an attempt to make sense of the bewildering world we live in, Frankie Boyle dissects the week's news using stand-up, review, discussion and audience interaction.
The Frankie Howerd Show was a Canadian comedy television series which aired on CBC Television in 1976. Howerd was an established British comic who was placed in a Canadian setting for this series.
Twenty years after his death, this new documentary reveals never-before-seen footage of one of the country's most popular comedy stars: Frankie Howerd. Alongside clips from his classic shows, the programme unveils professional and personal archive film and audio that has never been broadcast. From pilots and home movie footage to unseen interviews and material from his live stand up show, the show shines a light on the highs and lows of comedy legend Frankie's remarkable career. The film also lifts the lid on Frankie's vast collection of personal correspondence. From Sir Laurence Olivier and Paul McCartney to Howerd's many fans, everyone wrote to Frankie, and Frankie always took the time to write back. The documentary features a range of contributors, including some of the comedian's most famous fans, such as Sir Bruce Forsyth and Barry Cryer. It also hears from the people who were closest to him, such as his former agents, collaborators and writers, including Ray Galton, Alan Simpson and Clive Anderson.
Frankie Boyle’s Tramadol Nights is a comedy sketch show created by Frankie Boyle, starring Boyle himself alongside Jim Muir, Tom Stade, Robert Florence and Thaila Zucchi.
The Golden Touch of Frankie Carle was a short-lived musical variety television series broadcast in the United States by NBC from August to October 1956. The Golden Touch of Frankie Carle featured the pianist and guest singers performing a variety of music, including popular standards and the current hits of the day. The program's main purpose was to round out the half-hour prior to the beginning of prime time following the conclusion of the network's evening news broadcasts, which were, like most network news broadcasts of the era, then only 15 minutes long. In August and October the program was aired only on Monday nights, but during September was shown on Tuesday night as well.