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The Works Recording Studio The Works Recording Studio is a recording studio located in Stockport, South Manchester, UK. Built in 1998 in a Victorian rectory it was originally an analogue studio used by unsigned bands and fading stars of Manchesters rich musical scene including ex-members of The Smiths and The Stone Roses.
The Workshop for Non-Linear Architecture The Workshop for Non-Linear Architecture (wnla) was the name taken by a group of experimental artists and psychogeographers active in Britain (sections existed in both Glasgow and London) during the early 1990's. Informed to a large degree by the urban practices of the Paris-based Lettriste Internationale (1952-57), the workshop focused its practise on developing the lettriste 'Theory of the Derive' through physical analysis and active intervention.
The World (archipelago) The World is an archipelago of artificial islands, shaped like the continents of the Earth, being constructed off the coast of Dubai. The project is inspired by the artificial Palm Islands also being built in Dubai.
The World (cruise ship) The World is a cruise ship (although referred to as a residential community by her owners) managed by ResidenSea and owned by her occupants. She is known primarily for the fact that she has actual apartment]s on board that can be rented or purchased.
The World (Coos Bay) The World is a six-day-a-week newspaper in Coos Bay, Oregon, United States. From its office in downtown Coos Bay on Commercial Avenue, The World serves Oregon's South Coast, including the cities of Coos Bay, North Bend, Reedsport, Florence, Brookings, Gold Beach, Bandon, Coquille and Myrtle Point.
The World (Descartes) The World, originally titled Le Monde and also called Treatise on the World, is a book by RenĂ© Descartes (1596â€“1650). Written between 1629 and 1633, it contains a relatively complete version of his philosophy, from method, to metaphysics, to physics and biology.
The World (newspaper) The World is the working title of a proposed British compact newspaper, to be managed by Independent columnist Stephen Glover. Glover originally hoped to launch the newspaper in 2005 or early 2006, but no date has yet been announced.
The World (radio program) The World is a news radio program produced by the BBC World Service of the United Kingdom, and Public Radio International and WGBH of the United States. The program's goal is to bring international news to an American audience.
The World (South African newspaper) The World, originally named The Bantu World, was the Johannesburg black daily newspaper which published photographer Sam Nzima's iconic image of Hector Pieterson, taken during the Soweto uprisings of June 16, 1976.
The World (WWE) The World was a WWE-themed restaurant/nightclub in Times Square in New York City on the corner of Broadway and 43rd Street. The idea for the complex was inspired by rival organization WCW's Nitro Grill in Las Vegas.
The World as Will and Representation Published in 1819, The World as Will and Representation, sometimes translated as The World as Will and Idea (original German title, Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung), is generally regarded as the central work of Arthur Schopenhauer.
The World at War (film) The World at War was a 1942 propaganda film produced by the Office of War Information. One of the earliest long length films made by the government during the war, it attempted to explain the large picture of why the United States was at war, and the various causes and circumstances which brought the war into being.
The World According to John Coltrane The World According to John Coltrane is a documentary about saxophonist John Coltrane. Produced with the cooperation of his widow Alice Coltrane, the documentary focuses on the later period of Coltrane's work where he explored themes of Eastern spirituality.
The World According to Sesame Street The World According to Sesame Street is a 2005 feature-length documentary created by Participant Productions, looking at the cultural impact of the children's television series Sesame Street, and the complexities of creating international adaptations. It focuses on the adaptations of Sesame Street in Bangladesh (Sisimpur), Kosovo (Rruga Sesam, in Albanian; and Ulica Sezam, in Serbian), and South Africa (Takalani Sesame).
The World At One The World at One, or WATO ("what-oh") for short, is BBC Radio 4's long-running lunchtime news and current affairs programme, which is broadcast from 1pm to 1:30pm from Monday to Friday. The programme describes itself as "Britain's leading political programme.
The World Factbook The World Factbook (ISSN ; also known as the CIA World Factbook) is an annual publication by the Directorate of Intelligence of the Central Intelligence Agency of the United States with almanac-style information about the countries of the world. The Factbook provides a two- to three-page summary of the demographics, geography, communications, government, economy, and military of 268 U.
The World Famous *BOB* The World Famous *BOB* is a burlesque performer and self-described "female-female impersonator." Her special skills consist of boob aerobics, breakdancing (in six-inch heels), martini mixing (with her ample cleavage) and pronouncing her name backwards on command, *BOB* has performed at legendary New York City venues, clubs and festivals including The Pyramid Club, SqueezeBox, The Slipper Room and Wigstock, where she performed for four consecutive years.
The World Famous Fireworkers The World Famous Fireworkers (aka The World Famous) is an internationally acclaimed company of creative pyrotechnicians, based in England. They work on the cutting edge of pyrotechnic art, using fire and fireworks in innovative ways and combining them with performance and music to create large-scale spectacles.
The World Famous Pontani Sisters The World Famous Pontani Sisters are a burlesque review in New York City, beginning in the 1990s swing era and leading the burlesque movement on the East Coast and throughout the United States. The brainchild of performer/costume designer/choreographer Angie Pontani, the group began as a side act of the popular swing band The Flying Neutrinos.
The World Game The World Game is a Sunday afternoon television show on SBS in Australia dedicated to football (soccer). Hosted by SBS regular Andrew Orsatti, former Socceroo Craig Foster, and SBS Head of Sport Les Murray, the show analytically reviews and previews football and footballing issues from around the globe, albeit with an Australian focus.
The World has Turned and Left Me Here The World has Turned and Left Me Here is the third track off Weezer's self-titled first album, commonly referred to as The Blue Album. The song was written by singer/guitarist Rivers Cuomo and drummer Patrick Wilson between December of '91 and January of '92 before Weezer was even started.
The World Challenge The World Challenge is a competition that was first hosted in 2005 by BBC and sponsored by Newsweek and Shell. It accepts projects from around the world that deal with social, environmental and community issues and uses buisness methods to try to improve upon those issues in the world.
The World is Hot Enough The World is Hot Enough is a Canadian animated comedy film, based on the television series Chilly Beach. A parody of the James Bond movie The World is Not Enough, the film had its premiere at Greater Sudbury, Ontario's CinĂ©fest in 2005.
The World is the Home of Love and Death The World Is the Home of Love and Death: Stories is a collection of short stories written by Harold Brodkey and first published posthumously in 1997. Most of the stories were written to be part of his novel The Runaway Soul and concern its characters.
The World Is Not Enough The World Is Not Enough is the nineteenth official James Bond film made by EON Productions and the third to star Pierce Brosnan as Ian Fleming's secret agent, James Bond. It was released in 1999, and produced by Michael G.
The World Is Not Enough (video game) The World Is Not Enough is a first-person shooter video game based on the James Bond film of the same name. The game was published by Electronic Arts and released for the Nintendo 64 and PlayStation console systems in 2000.
The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise is a popular ballad with lyrics by Gene Lockhart and music (Toronto 1918) by the concert pianist Ernest Seitz, who had conceived the refrain when he was 12. Embarrassed about writing popular music, Seitz used the pseudonym Raymond Roberts when the song was first published by Chappell in 1919.
The World Is Yours The World Is Yours was the world's first color television series, making its debut on June 26, 1951, on five stations of the CBS television network in the eastern United States. This half-hour daytime program was produced and hosted from New York by naturalist and author Ivan T.
The World Is Yours (song) "The World Is Yours" is a 1994 single by Nas, from his debut album, Illmatic. The song was produced by Pete Rock (who also sings the song's chorus), and features a sample of "I Love Music" by Ahmad Jamal and a sample of "It's Yours" by T La Rock.
The World Largest Furniture Wholesale Center The World Largest Furniture Wholesale Center is located at Shunde district which links Lecong town and Longjiang town along the 10km highway, Foshan City, Guangdong Province, China. Shunde has became the largest furniture wholesale market and distribution center in China and even in the world.
The World Movement for Nonviolence The World Movement for Nonviolence was founded in 1998 by Bawa Jain, son of Acharya Sushil Kumarji Maharaj, began presenting the Gandhi-King Award in 1999. The organization has forged partnerships and alliances in over 60 countries and also hosts special programs at the UN.
The World of Chemistry The World of Chemistry is a television series on introductory chemistry hosted by Nobel prize-winning chemist Roald Hoffmann. The series consists of 26 half-hour episodes exploring various topics in chemistry through experiments conducted by Don Showalter and interviews with working chemists.
The World of Legend The World of Legend is a fantasy MMORPG created by Shanda of China. The World of Legend is the first game of Shanda's trilogy, "The Genesis Of The Century", with The Age as their second and Magical Land as the last.
The World of Lily Wong The World of Lily Wong was a comic strip by Larry Feign (an American-born Hong Kong resident) that ran from 1986 until 2001. During its life it featured in several newspapers including the Hongkong Standard and the South China Morning Post between November 1986 and May 1995; The Independent between March 1997 and June 1997 (to track the handover of power); and the HK iMail from May 2000 until September 2001.
The World of Lone Wolf The World of Lone Wolf is a series of four books written by Ian Page set in the southern part of the world of Magnamund (created by Joe Dever), following the adventures of Grey Star the Wizard - an orphan raised by the god-like Shianti. The game world was initially created for the Lone Wolf series of gamebooks.
The World of Music Instructor The World of Music Instructor is German group Music Instructor's first album, released in 1996. Unlike their second album Electric City of Music Instructor, most tracks on this album are in techno/happy hardcore style.
The World of Normal Boys The World of Normal Boys, published in 2000, is the first novel by Karl Soehnlein. The coming-of-age story centers on 13-year-old Robin MacKenzie, who discovers that he is unlike other adolescent heterosexual males.
The World of Peter Rabbit and Friends The World of Peter Rabbit and Friends was an animated television series produced in 1992, based on the works of Beatrix Potter. Released directly to video, the show was later broadcast on the Family Channel in 1993-1995.
The World of Robert Jordan's The Wheel of Time The World of Robert Jordan's The Wheel of Time is a reference book for the bestselling The Wheel of Time epic fantasy series of novels by Robert Jordan. It is published in the United States by Tor Books and in the United Kingdom by Orbit Books.
The World of Synnibarr The World of Synnibarr (sometimes referred to simply as Synnibarr) is a science fiction roleplaying game published by Wonderworld Press and written by Raven McCracken. A second edition of the game, co-written by Bryce Thelin, was published in 1993.
The World of The Dark Crystal The World of The Dark Crystal is a companion book written in conjunction with the film The Dark Crystal. The book was designed and edited by Rupert Brown, with Illustrations by Brian Froudâ€”who was the conceptual designer for the filmâ€”and text by J.
The World of Toshiko Akiyoshi The World of Toshiko Akiyoshi is a Japanese boxed set compilation album of previously released tracks from Toshiko Akiyoshi recordings on the BMG (~1963 through 1999) and Nippon Crown (~1980 through 2005) Record labels.
The World Race The World Race involves Christian mission teams racing around the world for a year, 11 countries in 11 months, ministering the hope of Jesus Christ as they go. Participants are a select group ranging in age from 22-35.
The World Series of Pop Culture The World Series of Pop Culture is a VH1 game show tournament program sponsored by Alltel Wireless, based on Entertainment Weekly's Pop Culture Quiz. Sixteen teams, comprising three people each, compete in a tournament to determine which team, collectively, knows the most about elements of popular culture.
The World Showcase March "The World Showcase March" was written in 1982 for the Grand Opening of Epcot Center in Florida. It was written by the Academy Award winning songwriting team of Robert and Richard Sherman (who also wrote the similarly themed "It's a small world" 19 years earlier.
The World Starts With Me The World Starts With Me is a computer-based sex education and AIDS prevention program aimed at young Ugandans, developed and produced by Butterfly Works and the World Population Foundation (a Dutch non-governmental organization) in association with Ugandan Schoolnet.
The World State The World State is the primary setting of Aldous Huxley's 1932 dystopian novel Brave New World. In the novel, The World State is a unified government which administers the entire planet, with a few isolated exceptions.
The World Today The World Today is a flagship current affairs news programme produced by BBC World the BBC's global news and current affairs television channel, and broadcast daily in a simulcast with BBC One and BBC News 24 in the United Kingdom. It has been on air in different formats since 1994.
The World Tomorrow The World Tomorrow is a now-defunct radio and television half-hour program which had been sponsored by the Radio Church of God (later renamed Worldwide Church of God while under the direction of Herbert W. Armstrong.
The World We Live In and Live in Hamburg The World We Live In and Live in Hamburg is the first video release by Depeche Mode, featuring almost an entire concert from their 1984 Some Great Reward Tour, in Hamburg, Germany. It was directed by Clive Richardson, released in 1985.
The World Well Lost The World Well Lost is a science-fiction short story by Theodore Sturgeon, first published in the June 1953 issue of Universe. It has been reprinted several times, for instance in Sturgeon's collections E Pluribus Unicorn, Starshine, and A Saucer of Loneliness.
The World's Best Prom The World's Best Prom is a 2006 documentary film about a high school prom in Racine, Wisconsin, a city that for the past 50 years has been annually gripped by prom mania. Prom was originally released as a short film and was expanded to feature-length documentary length.
The World's Greatest Super Friends The World's Greatest Super Friends is an American animated television series about a team of superheroes which ran from 1979 to 1980. It was produced by Hanna-Barbera and is based on the Justice League and associated comic book characters published by DC Comics.
The World's Greatest Tag Team The World's Greatest Tag Team are a heel professional wrestling tag team currently signed to World Wrestling Entertainment wrestling on its RAW brand. The team consists of Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin, who were captained by Kurt Angle, during which time they were known as Team Angle.
The World's Children's Prize for the Rights of the Child The World's Children's Prize for the Rights of the Child is a prize founded by the Swedish organization Children's World and has support from the Swedish government as well as several humanitarian organizations. It actually consists of three different prizes: The World's Children's Prize, The Global Friends' Award and The World's Children's Honorary Award.
The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party "The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party" is a common name for the annual college football game between the University of Florida Gators and the University of Georgia Bulldogs, one of the great rivalries in college football; it is officially known as the "Georgia-Florida/Florida-Georgia Game" (switching every year). Currently, the game is held at Alltel Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida, usually on the last Saturday in October.
The World's Most Dangerous Places Robert Young Pelton's, The World's Most Dangerous Places (ISBN 0-06-273738-4) (1022 pages) is a frequently updated handbook written by Robert Young Pelton and a unusual crew of contributors. Although it is not meant to be used as an actual travel guide like Frommers, the book's advice to staying alive and the facts about the world's most dystopian countries is still unique in the publishing world.
The World's Sixteen Crucified Saviors The World's Sixteen Crucified Saviors, or Christianity Before Christ was an 1875 book written by 19th century lecturer and sceptic Kersey Graves. It alleges that Jesus was not an actual person, but was a creation largely based on earlier stories of deities or god-men saviours who had been crucified, and descended to and ascended from the underworld.
The World's Strongest is the second movie in the Dragon Ball Z franchise. It was originally released in Japan on March 10, 1990, between episodes 39 & 40. FUNimation's title is Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest & Bridge Entertainment's title is The Strongest Guy in the World.
The World/Inferno Friendship Society The World/Inferno Friendship Society is a cabaret punk group from Brooklyn. It is a rotating cabaret of punk/klezmer/gospel featuring horns, piano, guitar, a number of percussionists, as well as a variety of other instruments, such as accordion, xylophone and orchestra bells.
The Worm Ouroboros The Worm Ouroboros (1922) is a heroic high fantasy novel by Eric Rucker Eddison. It was originally published in London by Jonathan Cape and saw a major paperback reprint from Ballantine Books in the 1960s following the success of The Lord of the Rings.
The Worshipbook of 1970 The Worshipbook of 1970 is a liturgical book of the Presbyterian Church (USA) and was a radical departure from previous works. This book was composed in the shadow of a great ecumenical movement that included the Consultation on Church Union, the Second Vatican Council (Vatican II), the Jesus Movement, and many other attempts toward liturgical reform and ecumenical unions.
The Worst Band In The Universe The Worst Band In The Universe is an science fiction children's book written and illustrated by Graeme Base published in 1999 by Harry N Abrams. The book comes with a CD containing music based on a music competition that occurs in the middle of the story.
The Worst Journey in the World The Worst Journey in the World is a memoir of the 1910-1913 British expedition led by Robert Falcon Scott to Antarctica. It was written and published in 1922 by a survivor of the expedition, Apsley Cherry-Garrard, and has earned wide praise for its frank treatment of the difficulties of the expedition, the causes of its disastrous outcome, and the meaning (if any) of human suffering under extreme conditions.
The Worst of Faces of Death The Worst of Faces of Death is a direct-to-video compilation of highlights from the first three Faces of Death films. The parachuter landing in the alligator pit, as well as the slaughterhouse footage, the shootout in front of the pharmacy and monkey brain eating sequence are lifted whole from the earlier films.
The Worst of Jefferson Airplane The Worst of Jefferson Airplane is the first 'best of' compilation of the seminal psychedelic band from Haight-Ashbury, Jefferson Airplane. Containing two songs generally regarded as anthems of the era ('White Rabbit' and 'Somebody to Love'), this compilation serves as a primer not only of the early years of Jefferson Airplane, but also of the golden age of psychedelic rock and of the San Francisco scene of the mid to late 60s.
The Worst Thing in the World The Worst Thing in the World is a Big Finish Productions audio drama featuring Lisa Bowerman as Bernice Summerfield, a character from the spin-off media based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who.
The Worst Week of My Life The Worst Week of My Life is a British comedy television series, first broadcast on BBC One between March and April 2004. A second series was aired between November and December 2005 and a three-part Christmas special, The Worst Christmas of My Life was shown during December 2006.
The Worthing Saga The Worthing Saga (1990) is a novel by Orson Scott Card. The book is broken up into three sections: The Worthing Chronicle (novel - originally published separately), Tales of Capitol (collection of 6 short stories), and Tales from the Forest of Waters (collection of 3 short stories.
The Worthless The Worthless (original Yiddish title ×“×˘×¨Â ×ž××•×¨×Ł, Der Meturef) is a 1908 play by Jacob Gordin, described by Lulla Rosenfeld as "a study of provincial bigotry and fear", whose central character Ben Zion Garber is "a man of genius lost and misunderstood in an environment that ultimately destroys him".
The Wotch: My Sister, Myself The Wotch: My Sister, Myself is an upcoming canonical Nintendo DS (formerly for the Game Boy Advance) game being developed by fans of the webcomic The Wotch. The gameplay is supposed to be similar to Secret of Mana and the 2D Legend of Zelda games.
The Wound-Dresser The Wound-Dresser is a nineteen minute-long piece by minimalist composer John Adams for orchestra and baritone singer. The piece is an elegiac setting of excerpts from American poet Walt Whitman's The Wound-Dresser (1865) about his experience as a nurse during the American Civil War.
The Wounded (TNG episode) "The Wounded" was the 86th episode of the science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation and the 12th episode of the show's fourth season. It was first broadcast on January 28, 1991.
The Wounds (film) The Wounds (Serbian: Rane) is a Serbian drama film written and directed by SrÄ‘an DragojeviÄ‡. It depicts the violent lives of two boys in Belgrade as they aspire to make names for themselves in the city's underworld.
The Wraith: Hell's Pit The Wraith: Hell's Pit is an album released by Insane Clown Posse on August 31, 2004, written with the opposite intent of its counterpart, The Wraith: Shangri-La, with the aim of illustrating the horrors of hell itself.
The Wraith: Remix Albums The Wraith: Remix Albums is a two CD collection of tracks based on the final two albums in horrorcore rap group the Insane Clown Posse's Jokers Card saga. Its release may in part be attributed to the delay in the groups anticipated first full length album since the Jokers Cards ended, The Tempest.
The Wreck (Surf Spot), Byron Bay The Wreck is a surf spot located at Byron Bay, New South Wales, Australia. It is approximately 30 meters off the shore of Belongil Beach (at the town end), and approximately 60 metres from the Main Beach Car Park.
The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" is a song written and performed by Gordon Lightfoot in commemoration of the sinking of SS Edmund Fitzgerald on Lake Superior on November 10, 1975. The song originally appeared on Lightfoot's 1976 album, Summertime Dream, and was later released as a single.
The Wreckers (Transformers) The Wreckers are a sub-team of Autobots in the fictional Transformers Universe, functioning essentially as a commando unit. They were created by Marvel UK writer, Simon Furman in the story arc Target:2006 and appeared in many of Furman's subsequent stories, with an ever shifting roster, in many Marvel stories, Dreamwave's War Within: The Dark Ages, and IDW's Stormbringer.
The Wrecking Crew (1969 film) The Wrecking Crew, released in 1969 and starring Dean Martin and Elke Sommer, is the fourth and final film in a series of American comedy-spy-fi theatrical releases featuring Martin as secret agent Matt Helm. As with the previous three movies (The Silencers, Murderers' Row and The Ambushers), the film is based only loosely upon Donald Hamilton's 1960 novel of the same title and takes great liberties with the plot and characters, being developed as a spoof of the James Bond films.
The Wrecking Crew (music) The Wrecking Crew was a nickname given to a group of session musicians in Los Angeles, California who earned wide acclaim in the 1960s. They backed dozens of popular singers, and were one of the most successful "groups" of studio musicians in music history.
The Wrekin transmitting station The Wrekin transmitting station is a telecommunications and broadcasting facility on the The Wrekin, a hill in the county of Shropshire, England. It includes a 52-metre tall free-standing lattice tower with transmitting antennas attached at various heights.
The Wrestling Boot Band The Wrestling Boot Band, also known as the Wrestling Boot Traveling Band, was a musical group fronted by Hulk Hogan that included "The Mouth of the South" Jimmy Hart, Hogan's wife (Linda), and John Maguire. They released one album, Hulk Rules, in 1995 under the name "Hulk Hogan and the Wrestling Boot Band".
The Wrestling Federation The Wrestling Federation (TWF) is an independent professional wrestling organization operating in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area. TWF is the creation of Joshua Shernoff and has existed at three different times: January, 1999 - May, 2000; February, 2002 - June, 2003, and a new incarnation debuting June, 2007.
The Wretched of the Earth The Wretched of the Earth (French: Les Damnes de la Terre, first published 1961) is Frantz Fanon's best-known work, written during and regarding the Algerian struggle for independence from colonial rule. As a psychiatrist, Fanon explored the psychological effect of colonisation on the psyche of a nation as well as its broader implications for building a movement for decolonization.
The Wright 3 The Wright 3 is the sequel to Chasing Vermeer, by Blue Balliett and illustrated by Brett Helquist. The underlying plot elements include 3-D pentominoes, Frank Lloyd Wright, the Robie House, Fibonacci numbers, The Invisible Man and mysterious occurrences.
The Wrights The Wrights are an Australian rock music "supergroup", consisting of Nic Cester (of Jet), Kram (of Spiderbait), Chris Cheney (of The Living End), Davey Lane (of You Am I and The Pictures) and Pat Bourke (of Dallas Crane). They are named after Australian music legend and former Easybeats frontman Stevie Wright.
The Write Channel The Write Channel was an instructional program for children, produced in 1977 by Mississippi ETV and distributed to PBS and educational stations by the Agency for Instructional Television. The programâ€™s aim was to enable students to enhance their writing skills.
The Writer's Almanac The Writer's Almanac is a daily radio and on-line program of poetry and historical items, usually of literary significance. It is hosted by Garrison Keillor, is produced and distributed by Minnesota Public Radio's American Public Media, and is supported by The Poetry Foundation, publisher of Poetry Magazine.
The Writer's Journey: Mythic Structure For Writers The Writer's Journey: Mythic Structure For Writers is a guidebook for screenwriters by writer Christopher Vogler which explores the hero's journey. Vogler based this work upon the writings of mythologist Joseph Campbell, particularly Campbell's seminal book, The Hero With a Thousand Faces.
The Wrong Arm of the Law The Wrong Arm of the Law is a 1963 black-and-white British comedy movie starring Peter Sellers, directed by Cliff Owen and written in part by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson. Though not an Ealing Studios production, it is in the whimsical, gently satirical manner associated with Ealing's output, and features many familiar British comic performers.
The Wrong Box (novel) The Wrong Box is a black comedy novel co-written by Robert Louis Stevenson & Lloyd Osbourne, first published in 1889. The story is about the last two remaining survivors of a tontine, who also happen to be brothers.
The Wrong Move The Wrong Move (Falsche Bewegung) is a 1975 German road movie directed by Wim Wenders. This was the second part of Wenders' "Road Movie Trilogy" which included Alice in the Cities (1974) and Kings of the Road (1976).
The Wrong Trousers The Wrong Trousers is a 1993 animated film directed by Nick Park at Aardman Animations in Bristol, featuring his characters Wallace and Gromit. It was his second half-hour short featuring the eccentric inventor Wallace and his quiet but intelligent dog Gromit, following 1989's A Grand Day Out and preceding 1995's A Close Shave.
The Wyvern's Spur The Wyvernâ€™s Spur is a fantasy novel by Kate Novak and Jeff Grubb that was originally published in 1990. It is the second novel in the Finders Stone Trilogy which is set within the world of the Forgotten Realms.
The X Creatures The X Creatures was a television documentary series made by the BBC in 1998, which was broadcast in 1999 on BBC 1. It was presented by Chris Packham, and examined the possibility of the existence of cryptozoological creatures.
The X Factor (TV series) The X Factor is a British popular TV music talent show, broadcast on Saturdays on ITV1, with spin-off "behind-the-scenes" shows The Xtra Factor and The X Factor 24/7 screened on ITV2. It is produced by FremantleMedia's talkbackTHAMES and Simon Cowell's production company SYCOtv.
The X Factor UK and Ireland series 3 The third UK series of The X Factor was broadcast on ITV1 in the United Kingdom and TV3 in the Republic of Ireland. The first show aired on 19 August 2006 and the series was won by Leona Lewis on 16 December 2006.
The X Factor UK series 1 Series 1 of the UK TV series The X Factor was broadcast from 4 September to 11 December 2004. It was won by Steve Brookstein, who went on to have some chart success, with runners-up G4 also recording and touring.