The plot deals with a search for a valuable pearl, dubbed the Buddha's Relic, which is sold to an unwitting Japanese emissary by a corrupt Ching Dynasty prince who seeks to steal it back for his own purposes.
เรื่องเล่าเช้านี้ เป็นรายการโทรทัศน์ประเภทเล่าข่าว ผลิตโดย บริษัท บีอีซี-เทโร เอ็นเตอร์เทนเมนท์ จำกัด ร่วมกับ บริษัท บางกอกเวิลด์ จำกัด ออกอากาศทุกวันจันทร์ - วันศุกร์ เวลา 06.00 - 09.05 น. ทางไทยทีวีสีช่อง 3 และถ่ายทอดเสียงผ่านอีซีเอฟเอ็ม 105.5 เมกะเฮิร์ตซ์ ทั้งนี้เมื่อแรกเริ่ม ออกอากาศเพียงครึ่งชั่วโมง ในเวลา 06.30 - 07.00 น.
Chao Nee Ti Mo-Chit is a Thai news and current events program, show on TV Channel 7, produced by Media of Medias Ltd. The program is shown Monday–Friday, from 6.00 until 7.30.
A comedic drama about a group of rogue CIA spies in the Office of Disruptive Services (ODS), who combat threats to national security amidst bureaucratic gridlock, rampant incompetence and political infighting.
Chaotic is originally a Danish trading card game. It expanded to an online game in America which then became a television program based on the game. The program is seen on 4Kids TV, Jetix, The CW4Kids, Cartoon Network and Disney XD. It was brought over to the United States from Denmark by Bryan C. Gannon and Chaotic USA Entertainment Group, and produced by Chaotic USA Entertainment Group, 4Kids Productions and Bardel Entertainment. The trading card game came out September 6, 2006 in the U.S. and Canada. Each card comes with a unique code which the owner can upload onto the Chaotic website. This allows the owner to trade and play on-line using his/her own card collection. The game was well known to be the only game with a TV show, an online game, and a TCG that were all integrated. However, the online game is currently closed.
Chaotic is an American-Canadian animated fantasy television series produced by 4Kids Entertainment and animated by Bardel Entertainment. It is based on the Danish trading card game of the same name. Much of the plot is based on the original storyline of the Danish trading card game.
Zoids: Chaotic Century, simply titled Zoids in Japan, is the first of four anime series based on the Zoids range of mecha model kits produced by TOMY. It is loosely adapted from the manga series Kiiju Shinseiki Zoido, which was created by Michiro Ueyama and published in CoroCoro Comics. The series was animated by XEBEC, and aired from 1999-09-04 to 2000-12-23 on TBS Network. Although the first series to be produced for the franchise in Japan, Chaotic Century was the second series to be dubbed and aired in Western nations, following Zoids: New Century.
Classroom Chaos was a controversial British TV documentary programme, aired on Five, in which a retired teacher under the pseudonym "Sylvia Thomas" returned undercover as a supply teacher after a 30-year teaching gap. She claimed her objective was to show the "chaos" which teachers must deal with in the classroom. With the use of hidden cameras, she filmed chairs being smashed, pupils fighting in class, swearing at teachers by pupils and false accusations by pupils of her touching them. The filming was done using hidden cameras in a button and a briefcase. The documentary showed children aged from 12 to 15 completely ignoring the supply teacher and other staff while they shout, scream, fight, swear, downloading porn and wandering around the classroom at will. The filming was carried out at 15 ordinary secondary schools in London and the north of England, randomly chosen by the supply agencies she contacted. None of which were considered to be failing by recent inspection reports.
The Pride of Chaozhou is a television drama series produced by Hong Kong broadcaster Asia Television in the 1990s. The series is known for its depiction of the unique culture of Teochew. The series is also considered to be a semi-autobiography of the CEO of ATV at the time: Lim Por-yen. The series was rebroadcast after Lim's death.
Britney and Kevin: Chaotic is an American reality television series created by Anthony E. Zuiker. Starring American recording artist Britney Spears and her then-husband Kevin Federline, the five-episode series aired on UPN from May 17 to June 14, 2005. The series chronicles the couple's relationship from their courtship, engagement and wedding. A majority of the footage was originally shot for Spears' own reality series to document the European leg of The Onyx Hotel Tour in the spring of 2004. Spears fell and injured her left knee during the shooting of the music video for "Outrageous", causing the remainder of the tour and the series to be cancelled. Britney and Kevin: Chaotic was heavily criticized by critics, who deemed the series to be career suicide for Spears. Critics noted Spears' excessive narcissism and criticized the themes of the series as being too explicit. The DVD release of Britney and Kevin: Chaotic included Spears' first extended play of the same name.
Chaos and catastrophe can strike the globe anywhere and at any time; you never know when you'll be caught in the action. Chaos Caught on Camera unlocks the stories behind some of the most compelling, shocking, and remarkable footage captured...
Chaos at the Chateau was a television program that ran from March to May 2007 on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom. The show follows the lives of Ann and David Darrell, originally from Essex, who decided to renovate an old chateau in Slovakia and turn it into a luxury boutique hotel. As well as looking at the problems the couple faced in finding, renovating and running the hotel, it also deals with their relationship. Chaos at the Chateau is a prime-time continuation of the series A Place in Slovakia, which followed the couple's attempts to find a suitable chateau. The show has been described as a "real life Fawlty Towers", with incompetent hoteliers – a vulgar bossy wife and tetchy henpecked husband – aided and abetted in their comedy escapades by clueless staff. Controversy surrounded David Darrell when it was revealed, following the transmission of the programme, that he was being pursued for £950,000 for alleged fraudulent practices that occurred during his time as an Insolvency Practitioner. He was removed from the Register of Insolvency Practitioners in 2003 because of concerns regarding work that he had invoiced for, but allegedly not carried out. In March 2008, the Darrells put their Slovak chateau on the market for €3,000,000.