Metin is a small time hustler in a Stockholm suburb, filled with big dreams but bogged down by the circular world of street crime. Things change when his secret diary becomes a hot item for a posh book publisher, and Metin must decide if he's really up to the challenge that is leaving his criminal life behind.
It's her business doing pleasure with you. A witty and provocative series based on the real-life adventures of a high-class escort. Juggling her own reality with her clients' fantasies can be difficult, but this savvy sweetheart knows every trick in the book, and she's doing it in style.
Doctor’s Diary is a German-Austrian medical drama, that aired for three seasons from 2008 to 2011 on RTL in a coproduction with ORF. The focus of the series is the young doctor Margarete "Gretchen“ Haase, who wants to make a career in a hospital. It was directed by Bora Dağtekin and shown from the June 23, 2008 to February 14 2011 on German television, RTL Television. In Canada, it was shown starting August 31, 2010 on Séries+ television. In France, from June 8, 2011 on TF1 television and starting March 31, 2013 on HD1 television.
Diary is an American documentary television series that premiered February 16, 2000, on MTV. The show's opening titles begin with the slogan "You think you know ... but you have no idea."
Five-part adaptation of Anne Frank's famous wartime diaries in which a young teenager and her family go into hiding from the Nazis in wartime Amsterdam.
Set in 1996 in Lincolnshire, the show tells the tragic and humorous story of a very troubled young girl Rae, who has just left a psychiatric hospital, where she has spent four months after attempting suicide, begins to reconnect with her best friend Chloe and her group, who are unaware of Rae's mental health and body image problems, believing she was in France for the past four months.
Against the ticking clock of impending fatherhood, Ben must figure out what he should be doing while helping others get where they're going. Luckily, he has a revolving car door of human behaviour to trawl through for clues.
Angel's Diary is a soap opera drama that aired on the Trans TV every day Monday through Friday. Angel's Diary claimed as a new presence in Indonesia with high drama editing and shooting classes with wide-screen movies.
Sofia's Diary was produced and created by Nuno Bernardo and Triona Campbell with their company beActive Sofia's Diary is a drama that is shown online through the social networking site Bebo, which is the same site that hosts KateModern. A version of Sofia's Diary originally came out in 2003 in Portugal. This means it actually predates the first video of lonelygirl15 which came out in 2006. Sofia is played by 22-year-old Rachel Hyde-Harvey. Sofia's Diary was the second internet based show to make the transition to UK TV following its acquisition by Channel Five on April 17, 2008. The first two seasons of the show were broadcast on 'Fiver'. Following an 8-month break, Sofia's Diary returned to Bebo to begin a 6-week third season, from May 29, 2009. This season differs to the first two, in that new episodes are only being shown on Tuesdays and Fridays, as opposed to every weekday. Sure Girl originally sponsored Sofia's Diary. Season 3 of the show is being exclusively sponsored by Transport for London, to help increase awareness among teenagers of its road safety campaign.
Aisling's Diary is an Irish young person's programme aired on RTÉ produced by CampbellRyan Productions. The show was created by Nuno Bernardo. The first series was filmed in 2007/2008 and aired on RTÉ 2. Each episode is three minutes long but in 2009, 5 episodes were fused together to create fifteen minute episodes which aired during the Summer of 2009. Tinderbox provide the music for the show. A second series is currently being filmed and unsigned bands are being searched for by RTÉ to provide music for this series.
Ibiza Diary is a German TV show. It centers around 17-year-old Maya who decides to move to her dad's place after being bullied in her hometown, Munich. Arriving on Ibiza where her father now lives, she realizes that it might not be the quiet paradise she had been hoping for... Her new life has some surprises waiting for her.
Following the work of the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation, whose aim is to ensure a wild future for endangered orangutans, based at the Nyaru Menteng Rehabilitation Centre.
Personal Diary was a half-hour TV series that aired on Black Entertainment Television which profiled notable African-Americans. This TV series was an attempt to broaden the viewer demographics of B.E.T. by offering content not based primarily on music / entertainment performances or videos, but content that highlighted historical moments or significant achievements through a first-person, narrative style. Two signature characteristics distinguished Personal Diary from other TV interview programs. The first was that the questions posed to the featured guest were never heard during the episode, giving the impression that the guest was relaying a stream of thoughts rather than participating in a typical question-and-answer interview. The second was the extreme close-up technique used in the taping of the episode, where the guest's face was prominently shown in frame throughout the episode. Guests who appeared on the show included educator Marva Collins, Rosa Parks, Ramsey Lewis, Shirley Chisholm, and Barbara Jordan.