Mr Pickwick, Tupman, Winkle, Snodgrass and Sam Weller begin their travels through the England of stage-coaches and coaching inns.
The Pentagon Papers is a historical television film about Daniel Ellsberg and the events leading up to the publication of the Pentagon Papers in 1971. The movie documents Ellsberg's life starting with his work for RAND Corporation and ending with the day on which the judge declared his espionage trial a mistrial. It was directed by Rod Holcomb and executive produced by Joshua D. Maurer and stars James Spader as Ellsberg. The cast also includes Alan Arkin and Paul Giamatti.
What's life like for undocumented migrants who left their homes and loved ones far behind to gamble on a brighter future? People Without Papers tells the stories of migrants in three cities in France.
What The Papers Say is a BBC radio programme that originally ran for many years on British television. Its first incarnation was the second longest-running programme on British television after Panorama. Each edition, presented by a different prominent journalist, was a wry look at how British broadsheets and tabloids had covered the week's news stories. On 17 February 2010, the BBC announced What the Papers Say would be revived on BBC Radio 4, with 12 editions being broadcast under the working title "What the Election Papers Say" in the run-up to the 2010 general election. The 12-part revival was regarded a success by former Radio 4 controller Mark Damazer, who commissioned the programme as a permanent addition to the station's schedule at 10.45pm on Sundays.
The Joseph Smith Papers: Television Documentary Series is a documentary television series produced by Ronald O. Barney and the Larry H. Miller Communications Corporation. The series documented the creation of, and work involved in, the Joseph Smith Papers Project. It also discussed the history of Joseph Smith, the founder and first prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, as well as the early history of the Latter Day Saint movement.