During the summer of 1937, Emanuel, a young man in his early twenties, is committed to a sanatorium on the Black Sea coast for treatment of his bone tuberculosis. The treatment consists of painful spine punctures that confine him to a plaster on a stretcher-bed. Little by little, as Emanuel gets accustomed to the sadness of his new life, he discovers that inside the sanatorium there is still a life to be lived to the fullest.
A love story about a middle-aged compression sock businessman from Detroit who unexpectedly falls for his cardiac nurse, a Nigerian immigrant, while recovering from a heart attack and sets his sights on winning her over.
Hearts and Bones is television drama series, about a group of friends who move from Coventry to London, starring Damian Lewis, Dervla Kirwan, Sarah Parish and Andrew Scarborough which aired on BBC One in 2000. A second series followed in 2001. It featured the first screen appearance of Michael Fassbender. The complete DVD set was released in 2007
Hearts Afire is an American sitcom
Hearts and Minds was a politics and current affairs programme presented by Noel Thompson for BBC Northern Ireland. The show was broadcast on Thursday nights at 19:30 on BBC Two and 23:35 on BBC One, and on Sunday afternoons on BBC Parliament. The show often featured the main Northern Ireland politicians to discuss the biggest event in local politics of that week and aired from 1996 to 2012.
A young teacher begins work at a tough Liverpool comprehensive, where he has to deal with racism, homophobia and his students' poor backgrounds.
Twin Hearts is a Philippine television series produced by GMA Network and directed by Dominic Zapata and Erick Salud. This drama series is all about love, destiny, letting go and moving on. In 2009-2010, it was aired worldwide on GMA Life TV.
Reel Love: Tween Hearts is a Filipino youth-oriented series created by Kit Villanueva – Langit, under the direction of Gina Alajar and produced by GMA Network. It features the network's homegrown tween stars headed by Barbie Forteza, Joshua Dionisio, Bea Binene and Jake Vargas. The series premiered September 26, 2010. The show has been extend three times and now on its fourth season. Over its course, the cast has been growing and extending compared to the original main cast. Originally slated to air for just 8 episodes, the series was awarded several extensions after its successive victory on the ratings game. It remains to be the No. 1 and most preferred youth-oriented drama of the viewers, consistently defeating the four counterpart programs of its competition in television ratings. The series follows the lives and loves of a close-knit group of teenagers through the fictional Westridge high school. The series' universal theme for all ages transcended into tackling more complicated issues, complex character dynamics and exciting tandems – from first loves to first heartbreaks, from "fitting in" to peer pressure, from bullying to how broken marriage affects the teens. The series concluded on June 10, 2012, with 87 episodes all in all. It replaced by Together Forever, another teen drama on its timeslot.
London Hearts is a Japanese television show hosted by London Boots Ichi-go Ni-go. It features ordinary members of the public who are 'set up' using actors and hidden cameras. It also features celebrities.
Precious Hearts Romances Presents is an ABS-CBN program mainly focusing on adaptations of the best-selling pocketbooks distributed by company holder, Precious Hearts Romances.
Hearts of Gold is a BBC television programme devised and presented by Esther Rantzen, with Michael Groth and Carol Smillie as co-presenters. Running for six years in the 1980s and 1990s, the programme commended members of the public for their good deeds. Rantzen devised the show in 1988. The premise of the show was to commend those who had done good deeds to others. They would usually be tricked into appearing on the show using a practical joke, a device which some critics compared to Beadle's About. Journalist Bedell explains that participants "are inviegled into the studio under false pretences and presented with gold hearts on blue ribbons while they wonder where to put themselves.." The theme song was written by Lynsey de Paul. For some of its life, the show was filmed at The Fountain Studios in Wembley.
Queen of Hearts was a play, directed by Tim King and produced by Brenda Reid, that was shown on BBC2 television on Sunday 11 August 1985, repeated 28 August 1985.
Hearts Are Wild is an American drama series that aired on CBS on Fridays at 10:00 p.m Eastern time from January 10, 1992 to March 13, 1992. The series was filmed on location in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was produced by Aaron Spelling and starred David Beecroft and Catherine Mary Stewart.
Hearts of Fencing was a 2003 television drama on Hong Kong station Television Broadcasts Limited. The series, targeted at an audience of teenagers and young adults, focused on the lives of students from an international school, with a heavy theme of fencing.
Stolen Women: Captured Hearts is a 1997 made-for-television film directed by Jerry London. The film stars Janine Turner as Anna Morgan, a woman living on the plains of Kansas in 1868 who is kidnapped by a band of Lakota Indians. It also stars Patrick Bergin, Jean Louisa Kelly, Michael Greyeyes, and Rodney A. Grant. The story is loosely based on the real Anna Morgan who was taken by Cheyenne Indians for approximately one year before being returned to her husband.