John Berger's Ways of Seeing changed the way people think about painting and art criticism. This watershed work shows, through word and image, how what we see is always influenced by a whole hose of assumptions concerning that nature of beauty, truth, civilization, form, taste, class and gender. Exploring the layers of meaning within oil paintings, photographs and graphic art, Berger argues that when we see, we are not just looking - we are reading the language of images.
Seeing Stars was an Australian television variety series which aired live from 1957 to 1959 on Melbourne station ABV-2. The series featured a mix of singers, dancers, vocal groups, and instrumental groups. Some episodes were "themed", for example 27 April 1959 episode featured a calypso theme while 16 September 1957 featured a French night club setting. The final episode aired 18 May 1959.
Seeing Things is a Canadian comedy-drama mystery television series which originally aired on CBC Television from 1981 to 1987. It was also seen in Europe, South Africa, Singapore, Spain, Australia and the United States. In all, 43 episodes were produced. With the exception of "Seeing R.E.D." episodes were one hour long. The show starred Louis Del Grande as Louis Ciccone, a newspaper journalist who solves murders with the help of his ability to see postcognitive visions. Unfortunately, Louis cannot consciously control this sense except by investigating the clues the initial vision gives. In some episodes, however, such as "Seeing the Country", he is able to stop visions from entering his mind. Nevertheless, only when he discovers new information on the case will further visions occur, which provide increasingly more detail until they finally reveal the murderer. Del Grande was also the show's creator and writer. The show also starred Del Grande's real-life wife Martha Gibson as Ciccone's wife Marge, and Janet-Laine Green as crown attorney Heather Redfern. The supporting cast also included Frank Adamson, Lynne Gordon, Ivan Beaulieu, Murray Westgate, Louis Negin and Cec Linder.
UFOs: Seeing Is Believing is a two-hour American television special documentary film that aired on ABC on February 24, 2005. The program is narrated by Peter Jennings and features UFOs. It was produced by PJ Productions and Springs Media for ABC News. The documentary mentions: ⁕UFO sightings: features CSICOP scientific consultant James McGaha, Seth Shostak and Jill Tarter of the SETI Institute, J. Allen Hynek ⁕the alleged Roswell UFO incident: features clips from Unsolved Mysteries and X-Files; Stanton Friedman ⁕alien abductions: features clip from Taken; hypnotist Hopkins, psychologist Susan Clancy ⁕space travel: features clips from Star Wars Episode 2 and Star Trek; Michio Kaku The documentary has since aired on the National Geographic Channel.
Every clear night, humanity is treated to an overwhelming celestial show. Twinkling stars of all varieties fill the sky as the heavens declare the glory of God. What is beyond the stars? Branyon May (Ph.D.) leads viewers through our Universe highlighting the cosmic design, revealing evidence from the galaxies, stars, and planets that point to our Creator. Come explore the complex, vast, and fine-tuned characteristics of our Cosmos.
The long awaited sequel to Soko ga Shiritai. KIKU is happy to present a brand new docutainment show from the producers of the superlative Soko ga Shiritai. Harajuku fashion, Yokohama’s Chinatown, a cure for stiff shoulders, Tokyo’s wayward kids... do these have a familiar ring? If you loved Soko ga Shiritai, you’re sure to be hooked on Seeing is Believing!
Detective Yoon Cheo-yong was born with the supernatural ability to see, hear and touch ghosts. He solves mysterious, unsolved cases along with tough and passionate colleague Ha Sun-woo, and Han Na-young, the ghost of a high school girl.