Interviews with scientists and authors, animated bits, and a storyline involving a deaf photographer are used in this docudrama to illustrate the link between quantum mechanics, neurobiology, human consciousness and day-to-day reality.
Hole in the Wall was a game show that aired on BBC One in the United Kingdom. This game was an adaptation of the Japanese game Brain Wall in which, players must contort themselves to fit through cutout holes of varying shapes in a large polystyrene wall moving towards them as they stand in front of a swimming pool. Each week, two teams of television personalities compete for £10,000 in prize money to be donated to their chosen charity. Dale Winton served as the original host while Strictly Come Dancing ballroom dancer Anton du Beke and former international cricketer Darren Gough were the team captains for the first series. Additionally, Jonathan Pearce comments on the replays and Peter Dickson provides the opening voice-over. The wall is activated by the presenter shouting Bring on the wall!. On 3 July 2008, the BBC announced that the show had been commissioned for BBC One. A second series was confirmed, with Anton du Beke giving up his captain role to take over from Dale Winton as host, and new team captains in the shape of former rugby player Austin Healey and actor Joe Swash. Anton du Beke has announced he may be a guest as well as hosting on the last show of the series.
Hole in the Wall is a game show that has aired in two versions on American television. The first version aired on the Fox television network from 2008 to 2009. The show was an adaptation the Japanese game Nōkabe in which players must contort themselves to fit through cutouts in a large 13 feet by 7.5 feet Styrofoam wall moving towards them on a 50 feet track. FremantleMedia North America produced the series. Brooke Burns and Fox announcer Mark Thompson were the hosts of this version. On May 20, 2008, Fox announced that it would commission 13 hours of Hole in the Wall from FremantleMedia North America. According to a Hollywood Reporter report, these hours could be split and aired as 26 episodes. Production began July 13, 2008 at CBS Studios-Radford. On March 17, 2009, Fox pulled the series again, replacing it with reruns of King of the Hill and American Dad!. The program's cancellation was announced in May 2009. On July 20, 2010, Cartoon Network announced that it picked up the series, now updated for its younger audience. The series premiered October 6, 2010, with Real World Hawaii cast member Teck Holmes as host. A second cycle debuted in April 2011, and features a new co-host, lifeguard Aaron Gingrich. On January 19, 2012, the CN version of Hole in the Wall aired its last episode.
Hole in the Wall was an Australian television game show hosted by Jules Lund, based on the Japanese game show Brain Wall. In the show, contestants are required to fit though holes in a polystyrene wall that moves towards them Produced by Fremantle Media, the show began airing on the Nine Network from 6 August 2008.
Hole in the Wall is the Polish version of the UK comedy show, which has the same name. It started airing the show in 2009 on TV4. It is hosted by people from cabaret group Formacja Chatelet - Adam Grzanka, Adam Małczyk and Michał Pałubski. The biggest prizes on the show are 3,000 złotys and 6,000 złotys. Hole in the Wall is shown on every Saturday at 10 PM
The News Hole with Harry Shearer is a 1994 game show that aired on Comedy Central from October 26 to November 19, 1994. The show won a CableACE award in December 1995. In the Encyclopedia of TV Game Shows, Schwartz, Ryan, and Wostbrock describe the show as a "spoof [of] news-based quiz shows."
Dive into the frigid world of competitive ice fishing, following a tight-knit group of colorful fishermen as they compete against Mother Nature – and each other – every weekend. These ice fishing fanatics have waited nine months for temperatures to drop low enough to freeze the lakes so they can walk on water and drop in their lines. With personal bets for bragging rights and derby prizes sometimes reaching upwards of $100,000, these weekend warriors are willing to do whatever it takes to best their fishing buddies, catch the big one and win the money.
Peolpe all around the world show off secert swiming holes in there part of the world.
Black Hole High is a Canadian science fiction television program which first aired in North America in October 2002 on NBC and Discovery Kids. It is set at the fictional boarding school of the title, where a Science Club investigates mysterious phenomena, most of which is centered around a wormhole located on the school grounds. Spanning four seasons, the series developed into a success, and has been sold to networks around the globe. Created by Jim Rapsas, the series intertwines elements of mystery, drama, romance, and comedy. The writing of the show is structured around various scientific principles, with emotional and academic struggles combined with unfolding mysteries of a preternatural nature. In addition to its consistent popularity among children, it has been recognised by adults as strong family entertainment. Forty-two episodes of the series, each roughly twenty-five minutes in length, have been produced, the last three of which premiered in January 2006. Those three final episodes that aired were combined into a film, Strange Days: Conclusions. The show was filmed at the Auchmar Estate on the Hamilton Escarpment in Hamilton, Ontario.