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Studio One



STUDIO ONE was originally broadcast live across The US from 1948 to 1958. To this day, this series of one-act specials is the pinnacle example of what is now known as the Golden Era of Television.

Studio One was an unequaled platform for launching legendary acting careers including Charlton Heston, Jessica Tandy, Grace Kelly, James Dean, Jackie Gleason, Jack Palance, Joanne Woodward, Natalie Wood, Jack Warden, Art Carney, Lloyd Bridges, Elizabeth Montgomery, Richard Kiley, Sal Mineo, Tony Randall, John Forsythe, Lee Remick, Cloris Leachman, Leslie Nielsen, Jack Klugman, James Daly and Everett Sloane.

Writers, including Rod Serling, Gore Vidal, Paul Monash and Reginald Rose, were free to experiment in this entertainment medium still in its infancy.

Meanwhile, producers, creative staff and stage hands overcame knotted stomachs and insane schedules to deliver innovative one-hour “live” dramas each week. The early producer, Worthington Minor emphasized the visual impact of the original and classic drama, developing new camera techniques and other innovations.

Directors like Sidney Lumet, John Frankenheimer, George Roy Hill, Franklin Schaffer and Herbert Brodkin, too young to be scared by “live” national television, tried anything and everything – smash cuts, dissolves, rank focus and experimental close-ups that cut to mob scenes.

STUDIO ONE rekindles fond memories of an industry taking its first baby steps, without a hint of self-doubt, as the entire nation watched. As John Forsythe remembers, “You were always running somewhere, tripping over cables, people tearing your clothes off. That kind of chaos and nervousness brought about exciting performances,” and director Herbert Brodkin recalled, “It was like being in the theatre with…the excitement of an opening night.”

Drama Specials

Dick Francis Mysteries
Horses run hot and murder runs cold, but Jockey Club investigator David Cleveland Ian McShane) always keeps his cool.
You
A father struggles to overcome the grief of losing his beloved wife and raise their daughter alone. A coming-of-age journey, You is filled with the magic of life and love and family.

Drama Series

Studio One
A series of one-act specials is the pinnacle example of the Golden Era of Television, launching the careers of many famous actors such as Charlton Heston and Warren Warren Beatty.
Love On A Branchline
Leslie Phillips and Michael Maloney star in this BBC adaptation of John Hadfield's 1959 comic novel.

Childrens

Animated Classics
29 animated specials of classic literature is something that the entire family can enjoy. Titles include: A Christmas Carol, Moby Dick, Les Miserables, and The Phantom of The Opera.
The Story Of Christmas Toys
The fun and wonderment of Christmas comes alive through Mel Torme’s narration of this half-hour animated special.

Factual Series

Ultimate Restorations
Audiences will watch history being reborn and learn the secrets of how the restorations are done. The projects are jaw-dropping in their scope; the restorers are heartfelt in their passion.
The Other Hollywood
Kenneth Branagh narrates this survey of Europe's silent era. Episodes focus on the distinct development of specific countries--Sweden, Germany, France, and Britain.

Other

Dara O Briain’s Go 8 Bit
Part comedy panel show, part physical game show and wholly competitive, each week Dara and guests six-part comedy series celebrate the world of video games.
Talkabout
This fast-paced word association format allows the audience at home to join in the fun as contestants race against the clock to figure out the hidden key topic and win the prize.