Me Broni Ba is a lyrical portrait of hair salons in Kumasi, Ghana. The tangled legacy of European colonialism in Africa is evoked through images of women practicing hair braiding on discarded white baby dolls from the West. The film unfolds through a series of vignettes, set against a child's story of migrating from Ghana to the United States. The film uncovers the meaning behind the Akan term of endearment, me broni ba, which means “my white baby.”
A Chinese legend of a tragic love story of a pair of lovers, Liang Shanbo and Zhu Yingtai.
Natutulog Ba Ang Diyos? was the fourth installment of Sineserye Presents, an ABS-CBN production. It is based on the 1988 film, Natutulog Pa Ang Diyos which, in turn, is based on the original novel of the same name by Ruben R. Marcelino. The story revolves around a young woman who was switched at birth. As a result, what could have been a life of prosperity became a life of poverty. Meanwhile, the baby boy who was put in her rightful place has grown up to be spoiled and irresponsible, but is secretly caught up in his feelings for her.
A J Wentworth, BA is a British sitcom that aired on ITV in 1982. Set in the 1940s, the programme was shown posthumously following the death of its lead actor Arthur Lowe, who died on 15 April 1982. Based on the writings of H. F. Ellis, A J Wentworth, BA was written by Basil Boothroyd. It was made for the ITV network by Thames Television.
Paano Ba Ang Mangarap? or Without Your Love is a Philippine drama on GMA Network. This is the twelfth installment of Sine Novela. The original movie was released in 1983. The series was aired internationally on GMA Life TV.
Ina, Kasusuklaman Ba Kita? or A Mother's Sacrifice is a Sine Novela produced by GMA Network starring real-life mother and daughter, Jean Garcia and Jennica Garcia with Iwa Moto, Dion Ignacio and Ariel Rivera. It is a remake of the drama film in the 1980s which starred Lorna Tolentino and the Rita Gomez. It is the 18th installment of Sine Novela. It is internationally aired through GMA Pinoy TV, which started on January 29, 2010, and ended on May 27, 2010.
Bahay Mo Ba 'To was a situational comedy television show in the Philippines aired every Tuesday evenings by GMA Network. The show was part of the network's GMA KiliTV block.
Pati Ba Pintig ng Puso or Of Love and Lies is a Philippine drama produced by GMA Network. Its pilot aired on May 21, 2007, and is the second instalment of Sine Novela, a series of remake of films. The original movie was released back in 1985.
Na-Scam Ka Na Ba? was a television program in the Philippines that focused on scams being perpetrated in the Philippines. The program was hosted by Leo Martinez and Maureen Larrazabal. and aired on QTV. It ran from November 20, 2005 until April 8, 2006.
On the eve of the 35th wedding anniversary of Ruven and Yael, their three daughters find themselves going back to living in their childhood home, just like when they were younger. Roni, recently separated from her husband, and mother to 7 years old Zohar and Aya, a gifted and successful musician coming back from New York for a surprise visit, join Hili, their young sister, a medical student who hasn't left home yet. While the girls hope their return to their old nest allows them to re-organize their lives, their home goes under an unpredicted crisis, after a big secret is revealed, rattling the family. Suddenly everything comes out in the house that up until that day preferred to keep things swept away.
Ba Qian Li Lu Yun He Yue is a Taiwanese television series based on the story of Yue Fei, a Song Dynasty general widely regarded as a patriot and national hero in Chinese culture for his role during the Jurchen campaigns against the Song Dynasty. The series was first aired on CTS in Taiwan from 21 November 1988 to 13 January 1989.
Kakasa Ka Ba Sa Grade 5? is the Philippine version of Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? It started airing the show on October 27, 2007 on GMA Network. It is hosted by singer, actor, and comedian Janno Gibbs, who is known in the show as the "Chairman of the Blackboard." The show is announced under the proposed title Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?: Pinoy Edition as early as August after the network acquired the format from Mark Burnett International. This acquisition came as sister network Q started airing the original US version. The present title of the Philippine version came later. Both this show and the original version are airing concurrently; the original on Thursdays and this Filipino version on Saturdays. The theme song used in the show is a Filipino version of the original 5th Grader theme, sung by Sugarpop, a kiddie group composed of finalists from the program Popstar Kids. The show's first season had its last episode on March 29, 2008 with Michael V. as its last contestant and the classmates' "graduation." Pinoy Idol, scheduled to air a week after, took over its time slot. The show returned on November 15, 2008 replacing the second season of Celebrity Duets on its time slot. The show ended its run on May 9, 2009 to give way to Are You The Next Big Star?
Di Ba't Ikaw is a drama series produced by GMA Network, Inc. and directed by Maryo J. delos Reyes. The series featured Jessa Zaragoza, Jao Mapa and Jomari Yllana as the lead cast. It was launched May 15, 1999 Saturday with 1 hour telecast. May 17, 1999 it started its regular telecast. It replaced Del Tierro in Telebabad block.