A property-flipping competition with a twist involving hauling the house to a new location.
On The Move is a television series made by the BBC and first broadcast in 1975 and 1976 in 50 ten minute episodes. It is an educational show aimed at adults with literacy problems, and linked to a national campaign at the time. It was credited with removing some of the stigma attached to illiteracy. The running narrative featured the characters of Alf, a removal man who had problems reading and writing, and his friend Bert. This narrative was interspersed with sketches and exercises featuring actors including Nigel Stock, Patricia Hayes and Norman Rossington. The show was written by Barry Took and the theme tune was sung by The Dooleys. It was composed by Alan Hawkshaw and R. Tempest. The series had two BBC follow-ups: Your Move and Write Away with Took writing the first programme and presenting the latter.
Steve and Nicky are both on their second marriages and have decided that moving to the countryside from the city is the answer to all their dreams. They've watched all the TV relocation shows and read the glossy lifestyle magazines and fell in love with the idea of 'getting away from the rat race'.
It's Your Move is an American sitcom starring Jason Bateman, Tricia Cast, Caren Kaye, Ernie Sabella, David Garrison, and Garrett Morris. The show originally aired on NBC from 1984 to 1985.
It's Your Move was a Canadian charade-style game show originally produced in the mid-1960s. Created by Art Baer and Ben Joelson, the show's original host was Paul Hanover. It's Your Move was broadcast on the CTV television network for its full run, but was shown in United States syndication from September 18 to December, 1967 with Jim Perry as host. The series was revived by producer-director Sidney M. Cohen in Canada from 1975–1977.
Don't Move Here: Inside Portland's Music Scene is an American documentary series about Portland, Oregon's music scene, that relatively recently has become a hot spot for indie bands. The series was created by director and curator Aaron Rose and produced by Wieden+Kennedy Entertainment. The series features interviews with Portland-based artists, musicians and record label producers, as well as concert footage taken at various underground and less known music venues. Bands, labels and studios profiled so far include Yacht, Grouper, Honey Owens, Jackie-O Motherfucker Mississippi Studios, Rev. Shines, Libretto, Marriage Records, Rob Walmart, States Rights Records, Type Foundry, Jackpot Studios, Explode Into Colors, White Fang, Mississippi Records and Portland Mayor Sam Adams. In 2010 the series's first season was nominated for the 14th Annual Webby Awards in the music category.
Don’t Move, Improve was a British daytime television series on ITV, which was about helping homeowners realise their dream property might be nearer than they think … they might actually be living in it. It ran for two series on ITV and a third, and final series on Discovery Real Time with new presenter, Nick Young. The series was about showing people how to identify the potential of their home and, with expert help, made them realise they can get what they want by staying put. Alison Cork and Michael Holmes assessed the homeowners’ present property and suggested two options of how they could renovate their house to meet their family’s needs. The show then followed the highs and lows of the renovation process. Then, Alison and Michael return to see if the homeowners have followed their advice and discovered the true potential of their home. In 2006, ITV sold the rights to Discovery Real Time and the channel then showed an entire re-run of the show. In 2007, the show was re-designed and the third series aired with new presenter Nick Young. A fourth series was planned, but with a recession gripping Britain, plans were scrapped.
Move Like Michael Jackson is a British talent show made by independent production company Fever Media and Gogglebox Entertainment and transmitted on BBC Three, which aims to find people who can dance like pop singer Michael Jackson. The show began airing several months after the entertainer's death in June 2009. Presented by television personality Reggie Yates, the programme broadcast s the auditions of hopefuls as they perform in front of the show's judges: Mark Summers, contemporary R&B singer Jamelia, and Jackson's elder brother and former Jackson 5 band member Jermaine.
Move This House is a reality television series which started airing on the A&E television network in 2005. Host Tanya Memme and designer Roger Hazard help homeowners who are moving and need help getting their belongings into their new homes.
Ark on the Move was a documentary television miniseries hosted by zoologist Gerald Durrell on location in Madagascar and Mauritius. The series was produced by Canadian company Nielsen-Ferns and aired from January to March 1982 on CBC Television. It was directed by Alastair Brown and produced by Paula Quigley for Nielsen-Ferns, and was a follow-up to the earlier successful series The Stationary Ark. It was a documentary illustrating the work of the Jersey Wildlife Preservation Trust overseas and in the field. It illustrated the ideas of captive breeding and the professional life of a naturalist. The primary target audience were children.
Steve Backshall, wildlife expert, explores the ways animals move.