Encyclopedia of Television Shows, 1925 through 2010, 2d ed.

Author: Vincent Terrace

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN:

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 1330

View: 618

This fully updated and expanded edition covers over 10,200 programs, making it the most comprehensive documentation of television programs ever published. In addition to covering the standard network and cable entertainment genres, the book also covers programs generally not covered elsewhere in print (or even online), including Internet series, aired and unaired pilot films, erotic series, gay and lesbian series, risqué cartoons and experimental programs from 1925 through 1945.

Essence and Application, a View from Chiron

Author: Zane B. Stein

Publisher: Astrology Classics

ISBN:

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 238

View: 518

I am a Chironic astrologer. You won't find that word in the dictionary, but there are quite a few of us, and our number is increasing day by day. We are astrologers who believe that discovering the truth is more important than personal theories, and also that we should always keep our minds open to the ideas of others. By the time you finish reading this book you will know even more about what a Chironic astrologer is. Perhaps you, too, may like to become one. Who knows, perhaps you already are one. - Zane Stein

A Critical History of Television’s The Twilight Zone, 1959–1964

Author: Don Presnell

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN:

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 288

View: 651

Rod Serling’s anthology series The Twilight Zone is recognized as one of the greatest television shows of all time. Always intelligent and thought-provoking, the show used the conventions of several genres to explore such universal qualities as violence, fear, prejudice, love, death, and individual identity. This comprehensive reference work gives a complete history of the show, from its beginning in 1959 to its final 1964 season, with critical commentaries, incisive analyses, and the most complete listing of casts and credits ever published. Biographical profiles of writers and contributors are included, followed by detailed appendices, bibliography and index.

The Year in Television, 2008

A Catalog of New and Continuing Series, Miniseries, Specials and TV Movies

Author: Vincent Terrace

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN:

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 333

View: 801

In 2008, the broadcast networks, cable channels and syndication produced nearly 1,100 new and continuing entertainment programs--the most original productions in one year since the medium first took hold in 1948. This reference book covers all the first run entertainment programs broadcast over the airwaves and on cable from January 1 through December 31, 2008, including series, specials, miniseries, made-for-television movies, pilot films, Internet series and specialized series (those broadcast on gay and lesbian channels). Alphabetically arranged entries provide storylines, performer/character casts, production credits, day/month/year broadcast dates, type, length, network(s), and review excerpts.

Craigs-- I Reckon

Author: Wilma Ratchford Craig

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: North Carolina

Page: 664

View: 301

Mindwise

Why We Misunderstand What Others Think, Believe, Feel, and Want

Author: Nicholas Epley

Publisher: Vintage

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 272

View: 683

You are a mind reader, born with an extraordinary ability to understand what others think, feel, believe, want, and know. It’s a sixth sense you use every day, in every personal and professional relationship you have. At its best, this ability allows you to achieve the most important goal in almost any life: connecting, deeply and intimately and honestly, to other human beings. At its worst, it is a source of misunderstanding and unnecessary conflict, leading to damaged relationships and broken dreams. How good are you at knowing the minds of others? How well can you guess what others think of you, know who really likes you, or tell when someone is lying? How well do you really understand the minds of those closest to you, from your spouse to your kids to your best friends? Do you really know what your coworkers, employees, competitors, or clients want? In this illuminating exploration of one of the great mysteries of the human mind, University of Chicago psychologist Nicholas Epley introduces us to what scientists have learned about our ability to understand the most complicated puzzle on the planet—other people—and the surprising mistakes we so routinely make. Why are we sometimes blind to the minds of others, treating them like objects or animals? Why do we sometimes talk to our cars, or the stars, as if there is a mind that can hear us? Why do we so routinely believe that others think, feel, and want what we do when, in fact, they do not? And why do we believe we understand our spouses, family, and friends so much better than we actually do? Mindwise will not turn other people into open books, but it will give you the wisdom to revolutionize how you think about them—and yourself. From the Hardcover edition.