Two trespassing graffiti artists, two immortality-obsessed scientists, and one furious sea-god.
The six-person crew of a derelict spaceship awakens from stasis in the farthest reaches of space. Their memories wiped clean, they have no recollection of who they are or how they got on board. The only clue to their identities is a cargo bay full of weaponry and a destination: a remote mining colony that is about to become a war zone. With no idea whose side they are on, they face a deadly decision. Will these amnesiacs turn their backs on history, or will their pasts catch up with them?
A Matter of Customs is a TVB program in Hong Kong starring Wong He, Jessica Hsuan, Danny Lee and Liza Wang. The story is about customs agents in Hong Kong.
Heart of the Matter is a British television debate series that aired on BBC One from 1979 to 2000. Presented by Joan Bakewell, its subject matter was often concerned with religious or ethical issues. Topics covered include subjects as diverse as substance abuse, the effects of anti-personnel landmines, and homosexuality. Bakewell would usually chair an in-studio debate in which invited guests would discuss the edition's chosen topic. An edition from 1996 hosted by Joan Bakewell, The Heart of the Matter: God Under the Microscope featured a debate on science and religion and included as guests David Starkey, Mary Warnock, Wentzel van Huyssteen, Richard Dawkins, Michael Heller, and James Watson. Heart of the Matter was broadcast late on Sunday evenings, usually alternating with the similarly-themed Everyman, though the latter tended to have more of a religious focus. Both programmes were cancelled in the 2000s following a revamp of BBC output.
A long-running dramedy centering on the Winslow family, a middle-class African American family living in Chicago, and their pesky next-door neighbor, ultra-nerd Steve Urkel. A spin-off of Perfect Strangers.
Sex Matters is a Canadian talk show that broadcasts on CP24 exploring many issues about human sexuality. The program is hosted by CP24's Cynthia Loyst. Live broadcasts of the program airs Thursday and Friday nights at 10:30 pm on CP24. CP24 also rebroadcasts the program every Saturday and Sunday nights at 10:30 pm. Star! also airs the program every Saturday and Sunday nights at 11:30 pm. The program first aired on February 11, 2010 on CP24.
Family Matters airs Saturdays 4:30 AM in TV5. Family Matters features discussions about issues, challenges and learning of married life, great stories of simple families that inspire other and alternative activities for the family. Family Matters is a production of the Family Rosary Crusade with the Jesuit Communications Foundation as creative consultant.
Family Matters is a television drama produced by Mediacorp TV Channel 8 and made its debut on 11 September 2006. Based on the lives of two lawyers who specialise in divorce cases in the Family Court of Singapore, it stars Ivy Lee and Thomas Ong, the show depicts their troubled experiences separating career and their emotional attachments towards each other.
Blood Matters is a series of four short, animated documentaries exploring the eye-opening issue of blood donation. The series was produced as a slate of films for Channel 4′s The Slot, entitled Blood Matters, in association with The National Blood Service.
Trading Matters is a segment on CNBC television's CashFlow. It screens weekdays at 2:40AEDT. It provides viewers with live reports from the Australian Stock Exchange and analysis about the business scene down under. In a previous incarnation it was a 30 minutes business news bulletin on CNBC that screened at 4pm Australian time on weekdays. The format was 'revised' to the shorter version at the end of 2009.
Championship Matters is a Gaelic games-themed magazine and review television programme that has aired on RTÉ Two since May 2012. Presented by Marty Morrissey, the programme features a mix of interviews, analysis and discussion on all GAA related matters. The show follows on from the The Committee Room which was shown in 2011.
Dark Matters: Twisted But True is a television series featured on the Science Channel. Hosted by actor John Noble of Fringe and Lord of the Rings, the show takes the viewer inside the laboratory to profile strange science and expose some of history's most bizarre experiments. This show uses narration and reenactments to portray the stories in this show. A new season of episodes, under the title Dark Matters: Extra Twisted, premiered on January 23, 2013. The episodes revisit previous stories with "deeper insight and new information."