Türkisch für AnfängerMarch 14, 2006
Türkisch für Anfänger is a critically acclaimed German television comedy-drama series, which premiered on March 14, 2006 on Das Erste. It was created by Bora Dağtekin and produced by Hoffmann & Voges Ent.
The show focuses on the German-Turkish stepfamily Schneider-Öztürk, their everyday lives and particularly on the eldest daughter Lena, who narrates the show. During the show's run of 52 episodes, topics covered included both typical problems of teenagers and cross-cultural experiences.
Due to popular demand, the crew shot a third season consisting of 16 episodes, which were aired in Fall 2008.
The show was also successful on foreign markets and got sold to and broadcast in more than 70 countries.
Ackley BridgeJune 7, 2017
A new academy school in a Yorkshire mill town merges the lives and cultures of the largely divided white and Asian community
The Puzzle PlaceJanuary 16, 1995
The Puzzle Place is an American children's television series produced by KCET in Los Angeles, California and Lancit Media in New York City, New York. It premiered on the Public Broadcasting Service on January 16, 1995, and ran for about four years, airing its final episode on December 4, 1998. Reruns were continued until March 31, 2000. The show followed a multi-ethnic group of kids from different parts of the United States who hung out at "the Puzzle Place", which is a teen hangout themed around jigsaw puzzle pieces. In each episode the characters were confronted with an everyday conflict usually encountered in childhood and even early teenagerdom, such as making moral decisions, sharing, racism, sexism, etc.
Huang's WorldApril 28, 2016
The world's only Human Panda, Eddie Huang, takes us on a hilarious journey exploring race, identity, multiculturalism, and his irritable bowel syndrome through food.
TanglinJune 30, 2015
Daily drama centring on a number of multiracial and multi-generational families in modern Singapore.
The Zainab Salbi ProjectNovember 9, 2016
Zainab Salb, the Iraqi-American founder of Women for Women International, travels far and wide to hear people whose lives are directly affected by complex issues of class, gender, ethnicity, and belief. In each place she visits—from France to India, from Mexico to Thailand—our shared humanity is revealed.