Persons who have visited the "Hub," no doubt carried away with vivid recollections of Boston's famous system of Underground Transportation and this film takes the audience from the bright sunshine into the dim obscurity of the subway. The Underground stations and rows of Electric Arc lamps are plainly shown and, after traversing the tunnel for a considerable distance, the car finally emerges opposite the railroad depot.
Miyata Yuri and Meguro Megumi are two girls who enter the world of competitive motorcycle sidecar racing on Miyake Island. While they are the complete opposites of each other, and often butt heads, they complement each other well during races. The team will fight other motorcycle sidecar teams from all over Japan, each with their own opposing traits, such as honor student and working student, sadist and masochist, and a funny man and straight man.
Visiting one of Britain's leading police car workshops - where new models are built and tested, and old cars are repaired.
Living in Your Car is a Canadian television comedy-drama series that debuted on May 7, 2010 on HBO Canada. The series stars John Ralston as Steve Unger, a former high-flying corporate executive struggling to rebuild his life after being indicted on fraud, obstruction and racketeering charges. Legally forbidden to hold any job dealing with other people's money, he finds himself ordered to teach a business ethics class — and is forced to live in his car when his wife won't let him back into their home. The series was created and principally written by George F. Walker, Dani Romain, and Joseph Kay.
The story of the relationship between a man and his mother, the latter having been reincarnated as a 1928 Porter automobile.
Roary the Racing Car is a South Korean animated children's television show that currently airs on Disney Junior in South Korea, Milkshake! on Channel 5 and Nick Jr. in the United Kingdom, Treehouse TV in Canada, Discovery Kids in Latin America, Nick Jr. and ABC2 in Australia and PBS Sprout in the US. Produced by Chapman Entertainment and HiT Entertainment, the producers of Fifi and the Flowertots and Bob the Builder, Also produced by Iconix Entertainment, Educational Broadcasting System and Seoul, the producers of Tayo the Little Bus, Also produced by Contender Entertainment Group and Hibbert Ralph TV, the producers of Tractor Tom, It follows the adventures of Roary and his race car friends at Silver Hatch race track. Roary is a red racing car shaped similarly to a grand prix car. He lives at the Silver Hatch racing circuit.
Bait Car is an American television series airing on the truTV network.The pilot episode was called Negro Trap, but was changed after protests from the NAACP. The program retains the original name in Asian and South American syndication. The show depicts would-be car thieves caught in the act of auto theft. Police target criminals with a high-tech bait car, rigged with hidden cameras and radio trackers. Viewers are taken along for the ride from the moment the car is stolen to the thief's arrest.
Mighty Car Mods is an independent automotive series created by a couple of friends, Marty and Moog who started filming videos on Martys mum's driveway in 2007. They've come a long way since then but they are still on the driveway with an unwavering focus of showing viewers great car projects that they can do themselves at home.
Car mavens Andrew Comrie-Picard and Brian Scotto have perfected their method for reengineering priceless cars with a simple three-step method: find the car, conjure up an intense build and show off the results.
John Redmond and Kayleigh Kitson have been thrown together in a company car share scheme, forcing their paths to cross. Each trip brings fresh insight into John and Kayleigh's lives, with twists and turns in their unlikely relationship.
Behind the scenes with officers from Northumbria police force tasked with tackling car crime.
Car Warriors is an American automotive reality TV show produced by BASE Productions and aired for two seasons on Speed in the United States and Discovery Communications affiliates in international markets. For season 1, each episode pits an all-star car restoration team against a rival team from a different city to restore and modify their car in less than 72 hours. The challenging team has a chance to take home not only their car, but the All Stars' car should they win the contest; otherwise, they go home empty-handed if they lose. Season 2 replaces the All Stars with another local restoration team, as both teams have 48 hours to transform their cars for a chance to keep them in the end.
Car Booty is a British television programme shown on BBC One as part of their daytime schedule, and is showing on Digital channel, Home. The concept of the show is for a family or group who are in need of funds to sell items from around their home at a car boot sale, in order to raise the desired amount of money. There are times when there is an antique too good for the boot sale, so coverage of a family member taking an item to a specialist is often shown. The show is presented by Lorne Spicer, who can also be seen on daytime show Money Spinners and recently on BBC's My Life For Sale'. She is joined by valuer Mark Franks and from time to time Paul Hayes, who also presents the show by himself when Lorne is not available. The show is made by Leopard Films, who also make Cash in the Attic.
Car Torque is a South African television show produced by Hooper Productions, which deals with automotive journalism, including car reviews and analysis. It premiered on the 11th of April 2004 on SABC 3. The program format is generally straightforward and simple, preferring to review cars in a conversational, sedate way. It is co-hosted by columnist David Bullard.
Car Crazy is a Speed Channel television series about automotive enthusiasts, hosted by Barry Meguiar, President and CEO of the Meguiar's car care product empire. Each episode features various interviews with automotive enthusiasts, which Barry refers as 'car guys'. Some episodes also feature Meguiar's Award. In each episode, Barry expresses the joys of being a "car guy" in missionary fashion. On various occasions, Barry has claimed that his "car hobby" is a form of incurable disease, and it is his job to spread this 'disease' to all over the world. Barry claims the 'disease' is also genetically inherited. Many Car Crazy Trivia answers use Wikipedia as an information source, making it one of the first television shows that openly credits Wikipedia, rather than questioning Wikipedia's accuracy.
Car 54, Where Are You? is an American sitcom that ran on NBC from 1961 to 1963, and was about two New York police officers based at the fictional 53rd precinct in The Bronx. Car 54 was their patrol car. The show was filmed only in black-and-white. Episodes had different directors, the most recognized being Al De Caprio. Stanley Prager and Nat Hiken also directed several episodes. Most filming was on location in the New York City borough of The Bronx, and at Gold Medal Studios in The Bronx.