Presented by UK journalist Jason Farrell (Sky News) Running With Bulls captures and explores the thrills, passion and controversy of the Pamplona Bull Run. The San Fermin Festival in Pamplona, Spain is a celebration of life, of shared history, of family and religion. It is a fiesta like nothing you'll ever experience anywhere else in the world and one reason for this is the famous spectacle of the bull run.
Follow Tia Torres, founder of Villalobos Rescue Center, and her family as they rehabilitate both felons and ill-reputed pit bulls who come together to rescue one another from their dim pasts, and bring new meaning to life.
Bulls & Bears is an American business analysis program, the first show of the The Cost of Freedom business block, on Saturdays at 10:00 am ET on the Fox News Channel. The show is hosted by FNC senior business correspondent Brenda Buttner. Bulls & Bears features a main cast of panelists, and adds 2-3 additional guests each show from the political and economic spectrum.
This daring original series stars postmodern bad boys of magic Penn & Teller as they question many of our culture's most cherished and widely held beliefs. From the truth about palm readings and TV psychics to the reality behind Feng Shui and Ouija boards, the archly comic masters of misdirection host this eye-opening analysis of the middle-ground between perception and reality.
BULLSEYE will challenge four men and four women to test their bodies and brains in three ultimate challenges that ask nothing more than for them to hit the BULLSEYE – literally.
Bullseye was a popular British television programme. It was first made for the ITV network by ATV in 1981, then by Central from 1982 until 1995, and was hosted by Jim Bowen.
Bullseye is an American game show that aired in syndication from September 29, 1980 to September 24, 1982. Jim Lange was the host, and the program was produced by Jack Barry and Dan Enright. Jay Stewart was the announcer for the first season, and Charlie O'Donnell announced for the second season. The series' executive producer was Ron Greenberg.
Bullseye was a news and analysis program that aired on CNBC at 6 pm ET weekdays from December 8, 2003 to March 11, 2005. Hosted by Dylan Ratigan, it covered breaking news stories from business to pop culture and offered guidance on personal finance with the help of CNBC reporter Steve Liesman and his economy charts drawn on "Easels". The program had music selected by a CNBC intern called Grecco. One segment on the show was called Whine & Cheese, where Ratigan served wine and cheese to his guests and talked about the news in business and corporate governance. On the last episode of the show, on the segment called Bullseye Perspective, Ratigan served as moderator of an economics debate between Lawrence Kudlow and Paul Krugman of the New York Times. Frequent guests included CNBC anchor Rebecca Quick and brothers and stock traders Jon Najarian and Pete Najarian from Najarian Capital in Chicago, who also appear on the syndicated TV program First Business on various U.S. TV stations. On another segment named Bullseye on America, CNBC reporters gave insight into the state of the U.S. economy. The show was replaced by Jim Cramer's Mad Money on March 14, 2005.
The Bullshitters: Roll Out The Gunbarrel was a spoof of The Professionals, first broadcast in 1984 on Channel 4. Although it was made by many people behind The Comic Strip, it did not feature the Comic Strip logo and is not considered by some to be part of the series. However, it was included in the Comic Strip DVD box set, and its lead characters Bonehead and Foyle reappeared in a later Comic Strip episode, Detectives on the Edge of a Nervous Breakdown. It was also represented as an episode of the show on 30 Years of The Comic Strip.