Here, are the list of best television history shows as below: Ticket to Espana, Días de tele, Atrapa un millón, UT, Bratislavské pondelky, ORTF, ils ont inventé la télévision, VSéries, La Télé des années 90, La Télé des années 80 : Les Dix Ans qui ont tout changé, La Guerre de la TNT, TVN - 40 años - Tu historia es mi historia, TV o no TV, La Guerre des télés, ExpedienTV, TV Revolution, Tuning In: Fifty Years on the CBC, Télévision (histoires secrètes), .
Parts of Norway's queer history are seen through the eyes and hearts of more than 50 famous Norwegians.
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José Machado and Patrícia Müller criticize television series: two TV series in confrontation with more suggestions to watch at the end of each episode.
By blending history with the portrayal of sex, violence, minorities, women and homosexuality on television, "TV Revolution" touches on some of the greatest and most controversial moments of the small screen.
Taking a deliberately post-modern approach to the CBC and Canadian culture, the series raids the bulging vaults of the national broadcaster. Viewers will see images of Canada’s past five decades, ranging from the long-running celebrity quiz show Front Page Challenge through ’70s pop star Rene Simard to stirring footage of legendary hockey icons. Deliberately using a stylistic melange, the series will use contemporary footage shot in Betacam video and Super 8 with old kinescopes from the ’50s, black-and-white footage of the ’60s and the more standard color format from the ’70s through the ’90s.
The behind-the-scenes story of French television… This documentary unveils the lesser-known history of two audiovisual decades that have shaped today's television. To explain from the break up of the French broadcasting service ORTF, in 1974, to the creation of Arte, via the birth of Canal+, the life and death of La Cinq and the privatization of TF1 — the succession of political, economic and cultural decisions that have shaped what is known as the “PAF” (French Audiovisual Landscape).