Mike’s interest in his neighbour Fiona is definitely not reciprocated. But Millie, two doors down, hatches a plan replete with roses and an incontinent cat, that may break the stalemate.
Beggar My Neighbour was a black-and-white British sitcom starring Reg Varney, Peter Jones, June Whitfield, Pat Coombs and Desmond Walter-Ellis. It aired from 1966 to 1968 and was written by Ken Hoare and Mike Sharland.
Love Thy Neighbour is a British sitcom, which was transmitted from 13 April 1972 until 22 January 1976, spanning seven series. The sitcom was produced by Thames Television for the ITV network. The principal cast included Jack Smethurst, Rudolph Walker, Nina Baden-Semper and Kate Williams. In 1973, the series was adapted into a film of the same name, and a later sequel series was set in Australia.
Love Thy Neighbour is a Singaporean Chinese drama which was telecasted on Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp Channel 8. It made its debut on 27 September 2011 and ended its run on 24 October 2011. This drama serial consists of 20 episodes, and was screened on every weekday night at 9.00 pm. This drama starred TVB artiste Ha Yu and also Felicia Chin after one year in her university studies. This drama is the top rated drama serial in 2011, beating C.L.I.F. as the most watched drama.
Colchester man Andy welcomed his new neighbour David with open arms. But when David started to come between Andy and his wife Irene, the friendship quickly soured. Pensioner Peter took no prisoners when Gary moved in next door and started making all sorts of complaints, and the peace of the Dorset countryside ...
Neighbours is an Australian television soap opera. It was first broadcast on the Seven Network on 18 March 1985. It was created by TV executive Reg Watson, who proposed the idea of making a show that focused on realistic stories and portrayed adults and teenagers who talk openly and solve their problems together. Seven decided to commission the show following the success of Watson's Sons and Daughters, which aired on the network. Although successful in Melbourne, Neighbours underperformed in the Sydney market and struggled for months before Seven cancelled it. The show was immediately bought by rival network Ten. After taking over production of the show, the new network had to build replica sets because Seven destroyed the originals to prevent its rival from obtaining them. Ten began screening Neighbours on 20 January 1986, taking off where the previous series left off and commencing with episode 171. Neighbours has since become the longest running drama series in Australian television and in 2005, it was inducted collectively into the Logie Hall of Fame. On 11 January 2011, Neighbours moved to Ten's new digital channel, Eleven. The show's storylines concern the domestic and professional lives of the people who live and work in Erinsborough, a fictional suburb of Melbourne, Victoria. The series primarily centres around the residents of Ramsay Street, a short cul-de-sac, and its neighbouring areas, the Lassiters complex, which includes a bar, hotel, cafe, news office and park. Neighbours began with three families created by Watson – the Ramsays, the Robinsons and the Clarkes. Watson said that he wanted to show three families who are friends living in a small street. The Robinsons and the Ramsays had a long history and were involved in an ongoing rivalry. Pin Oak Court, in Vermont South, is the real cul-de-sac that has doubled for Ramsay Street since 1985. All of the houses featured are real and the residents allow Neighbours to shoot external scenes in their gardens. The interior scenes are filmed at the Global Television studios in Forest Hill.
Neighbourhood is a Malaysian Chinese drama co-produced by ntv7 and mm2 Entertainment. It was filmed in 2009 and aired on ntv7 starting 2 May 2012, at 1:30pm.
Peter (Daan Schuurmans) and Eva (Bracha van Doesburgh) a nice young couple, expecting their first child, buy a house in a suburban village. Before they get to move into their new home, they lose their baby girl. Eva has a hard time coping with her loss. Peter has mixed feelings. The baby wasn’t his to begin with.He’s infertile and hopes the chapter of having children has now come to an end. Then they meet their new neighbors Rebecca and Steve, a carefree outgoing couple, that helps them forget their pain. But are they really who they say they are?
Shirl's Neighbourhood was an Australian afternoon children's television series aired on the Seven Network between 1979 and 1983. The half-hour show featured former Skyhooks frontman Graeme "Shirley" Strachan and co-host Liz Rule alongside a cast of characters including Norm The Kangaroo, Ol' Possum, Claude The Crow, Stanley The Snake, Greenfinger the Garden Gnome, Yippee the Bunyip, Bartholomew the Sheep and a band of monkeys. Franciscus Henri appeared in the show as a regular, both as himself presenting musical segments and as "Professor Henri" in comical sketches. He left the show in October 1980. Norm the Kangaroo was played by Don Bridges. The other characters were puppets created and brought to life by Ron Mueck.
Documentary series following the work of groundbreaking police teams as they confront the problems of troubled communities.
Neighbourhood Watched is a British reality television programme focusing on the lives of Housing Officers and their tenants.
Million Dollar Neighbourhood is a Canadian documentary television series on the Oprah Winfrey Network. The series debuted on January 22, 2012.
Meet Your Neighbours is an Irish character-based comedy sketch show which was first broadcast on RTÉ Television in 2011. It was written by and starred the comedian P. J. Gallagher.
Based on the audience response to short sketches on the show Hurikán, where the family of František Stromokocúra (Peter Marcin) and László Komárom (Andy Kraus) met, their creators and TV Markíza decided to take their destiny to an independent comedy series. While married couples live side by side, but temperament, opinions and ways of life are quite different. They experience humorous situations based on misunderstandings and coincidences that life brings.
Neighbours at War is a New Zealand factual show, screening on TV2. It visits New Zealand residents disgruntled with their neighbours, and tries to help sort problems out. It gives an insight to everything from upset tenants to full-on neighbourhood feuds. In Australia it airs on the Nine Network, first screening on 29 May 2007.