Host: Rita Gam.
This 30-minute film marks the promising debut of David R. Brooks and Karen Weggen-mann. Though there's not much meat in the story, the duo show ingenuity and talent.
Program's concept -- a tour of Los Angeles through the eyes of pop and avant garde artists of the '60s and '90s -- sounds interesting enough. Unfortunately, for the most part, "The Works" disappoints…
Roundhouse" is essentially a youth-oriented version of "In Living Color." Created by Buddy Sheffield (a former head writer of the latter) with Rita Sheffield, show features a talented ensemble cast…
Essentially an "alternative" travel show, "Rough Guide" is flip and fun, an MTV-style PBS show aimed at trendy young adults. The show was a huge hit in Britain; stylish and dynamic, it is also sure…
Woman on the Run" has all the ingredients of a sweeps-month stunt: Murdered ex-wife, accused new wife, sex, dirty cops and Playboy bunnies -- and all based on fact. Despite these potentially…
Any program with the title "Understanding Northern Ireland" indicates a dangerous and very brave undertaking. To even try and explain one of the most complex political situations in the world is…
This HBO hour is a terrifically made video verite that attempts to go inside the operations and mind of the Alabama-based neo-Nazi "skinhead" group, the Aryan National Front, and its leader Bill…
The second-season finale of "Nurses" is particularly humorous -- but, unfortunately, most previous episodes this season have not matched it.
This quirky sitcom, in its fifth season, features a script that's fast, easily digestible and at times very funny, and a cast who have developed well-rounded and likable characters.
Letters to the Earth" is a half-hour special that gives selected children from around the world a chance to voice their concerns, express their anger and draw attention to the planet and its…