Wonderama is back with fun for the entire family. Featuring the best in music, dance, DIY, and games. The show ran three hours, and later two hours, on Sunday mornings.In the 1960s, Wonderama aired in a one-hour weekday version in addition to the three-hour Sunday show. The one-hour program lasted until 1970.In 1977, the show scaled back to two hours before WNEW canceled it in December of that year. The last produced show was taped December 21 before airing on December 25. Host Bob McAllister was upset when an advertisement for the 1972 Charles Bronson movie The Mechanic aired during the show. McAllister bought an ad in The New York Times that told viewers to stop watching Wonderama. In a 1990s interview with the Southern California interview show Remember When, McAllister said that might have led to the cancellation of Wonderama. However, in an interview on WNEW's local talk show Midday with Bill Boggs on the day of Wonderama's cancellation, McAllister claimed to have no idea why the show ended. After its cancellation, Wonderama continued in two-hour Sunday morning reruns from January 1978 to June 1980. McAllister reportedly was unhappy with the edits, which usually eliminated celebrity performances in order to avoid having to pay royalties.
Revealing the secret lives of farm animals. Under the picture-postcard exterior of this beautiful 500-acre organic farm in southern England, discovering a hidden world of drama, rivalry, friendship and devotion. Life on the farm is just as complex as that on the Serengeti. Filmed over the course of a year and told across the seasons.
Real-life adventures of St. Louis soul-food restaurateur Robbie Montgomery, a onetime Ike and Tina Turner backup singer, as she and her business partner (and son), Tim, prepare to open their third Sweetie Pie's restaurant.