Earth is no place for virgins. The Virgin Hunters are back in the latest installment of the hit series that keeps - going.
The Passion is a television drama serial produced by the BBC and HBO Films in association with Deep Indigo Productions. It tells the story of the last week in the life of Jesus. The serial was first proposed by Peter Fincham in 2006, on the success of the contemporary-set Manchester Passion. Writer Frank Deasy and producer Nigel Stafford-Clark were inspired to make a drama that opened up the story beyond the "vacuum" it is often told in. They did this by expanding the roles of Pontius Pilate and Caiaphas, and exploring the politics of Judea at the time. Deasy and Stafford-Clark were aided by scholar Mark Goodacre, with whom they put together an extensive research manual about the topic. The part of Jesus is played by Joseph Mawle, who researched the role by reading the Gospels and research papers. Other main roles were played by Paloma Baeza, Ben Daniels, James Nesbitt, David Oyelowo, and Penelope Wilton. It was directed by Michael Offer on location in Morocco from 27 August to 23 October 2007, and broadcast on BBC One in four parts from 16 to 23 March 2008. Its viewing figures ranged from 3.2 million to 4.9 million people, and it received generally positive critical reception.
Passion Cove is an erotic anthology drama series that aired from March 2000 to April 2001 on Cinemax.
Women: Stories of Passion is a dramatic series that aired on the American cable television network Showtime and distributed by Playboy Entertainment overseas. The episodes were based on stories of love, and passion from a woman's point of view.
Charles II: The Power and the Passion is an award-winning British television mini-series, broadcast on BBC One in 2003, and produced by the BBC in association with the A&E Network in the United States. It was produced by Kate Harwood, directed by Joe Wright and written by award-winning screenwriter Adrian Hodges, whose credits include David Copperfield and The Lost World.
Rage and Passion is a Hong Kong television series adapted from Louis Cha's novels The Legend of the Condor Heroes and The Return of the Condor Heroes. It was first broadcast on TVB Jade in Hong Kong in 1992.
Honour and Passion is a Singapore Chinese drama which was telecast on Singapore's free-to-air Chinese language channel, MediaCorp TV Channel 8. It was hyped for being one of the few Mediacorp series that was sponsored by the Singapore Ministry of Defence. This drama serial consists of 20 episodes. It made its debut on 24 July 2007 and ended its run on 20 August 2007.
The Passion was a three-episode 1999 British TV series written by Mick Ford. It was set in, and filmed in, North Devon, and related events set around a local amateur production of a passion play.
Bottled Passion is a Hong Kong television drama produced by Television Broadcasts Limited under executive producer Lee Tim-shing. The drama premiered on Jade and HD Jade channels on 6 December 2011 and is slated to end its run on 2 January 2012 with a total of 21 episodes. The Chinese title literally translates to "My Ideal Cruel Husband", with a wordplay on the words "long4 gwan1", meaning "husband" or "pimp", and "long4", meaning "cruel" or "cunning."
As part of a season of programming marking Sir David Attenborough's 90th birthday, four of his favourite films are brought together as the renowned naturalist looks back on his personal highlights.
The Power, The Passion is an Australian television daytime soap opera produced by the Seven Network in 1989. The series was devised to lure audiences away from American imports such as The Bold and the Beautiful and The Young and the Restless but failed to make an impact and was cancelled due to low ratings after 168 episodes. The cast included Kevin Miles, Olivia Hamnett, Ian Rawlings, Danny Roberts, Jill Forster, George Mallaby, Nick Carrafa, Allan Cassell, Ross Thompson, Jane Clifton, Jon Finlayson and Julian McMahon in his TV debut.
The Dance of Passion is a TVB period drama series broadcast in May 2006. The series was filmed in Yinchuan, and Hong Kong.
Documentary series going behind the scenes at The Royal Horticultural Society.