A physician is forced to operate on a mystery figure under shady circumstances.
Diplomatic Immunity is a New Zealand comedy that follows the misadventures at the consulate of The Most Royal Kingdom of Feausi and a fallen New Zealand Foreign Affairs high-flier who has been sent in to straighten out the consulate staff. The show screened in New Zealand on TV1, every Tuesday night at 10:00.
Diplomatic Immunity was a weekly political analysis and debate television show on TVOntario, which ran until 2006. Issues discussed reflected contemporary concerns; recently, these included terrorism, Middle East affairs, and US politics, though potentially any issue of international significance was considered. It was hosted by Steve Paikin, and featured regular guests and invited analysts. Regular guests included: ⁕Janice Stein, Director of the Munk Centre for International Studies at the University of Toronto. ⁕Patrick Martin, a columnist and editor at the Globe and Mail ⁕Richard Gwyn, a columnist at the Toronto Star ⁕Lewis MacKenzie, a retired Major-General of the Canadian Forces ⁕Eric Margolis, a columnist at the Toronto Sun and the Huffington Post Invited analysts were typically experts in the field of discussion; they were sourced from academia, politics and the business community alike. The show aired on Friday nights at 11PM, and Sundays at 3PM and 11PM. It was cancelled at the same time as the nightly newsmagazine Studio 2. The new series The Agenda incorporated elements of both shows.
Diplomatic License was a weekly CNN International news program covering the United Nations which ran from 1994 to 2006. The show takes its name from the legal concept of diplomatic immunity. It was hosted by Richard Roth, CNN's UN correspondent. The program featured interviews with UN insiders such as Mark Malloch Brown, chief of staff to former Secretary-General Kofi Annan, as well as with Annan himself. Additionally, the program featured debates among a rotating panel of journalists covering the UN and international diplomacy, moderated by Roth. The program was filmed in New York City due to the location of United Nations headquarters.
Diplomatic Passport is a Canadian interview television series which aired on CBC Television from 1961 to 1962.
Australian television miniseries.