The Wacken Open Air festival is an annual heavy metal festival that takes place in a small German town. The 2007 festival saw New Jersey thrash band Overkill play a frantic set, which is presented here in its entirety.
Victoria is the title of a Spanish-language telenovela about a woman who falls in love with a dashing younger man, when her marriage collapses around her. It is produced by the United States-based television network Telemundo and RTI Colombia. This limited-run series debuted in the US on December 4, 2007, after La Esclava Isaura finished. Filmed in Bogotá, it stars Victoria Ruffo, Mauricio Ochmann, Arturo Peniche, Géraldine Bazán and Andrea López.
Crimewatch 2007 is a Singaporean Current-Affairs Drama show produced by local TV station Mediacorp and airs on MediaCorp TV Channel 5 on the last Wednesday of every month at 8pm. It is hosted by Assistant Superintendent Gail Wong from the Singapore Police Force. Different topics are covered every month, ranging from ATM skimming to motorbike thefts to drunk driving. Episodes usually end with either an appeal to the public to help apprehend suspects, or advice such as not to drink drive. The Chinese version is broadcast on the last Friday of each month, dealing with the same issues as the English version for the same month.
Idool 2007 was the third season of the Belgian version of the Idol series. The show aired on VTM, and began on 20 February 2007. It was won on 25 May by Dean Delannoit.
Castaway 2007 was a follow-up to the BBC series Castaway 2000 in which a group of people from the British public are "castaway" on a remote island. While in the 2000 series 36 men, women and children moved to a remote Scottish island for a year, this series featured 15 men and women from the British public who were moved to a New Zealand island for three months. The basic premise of a group of volunteers living as a community in a remote location remains, however this time the BBC promised an "exotic location, on the other side of the world". Another change since Castaway 2000, was that the castaways were voted off the island one-by-one, in a manner similar to other reality series like Big Brother. The prize for the winning castaway, which was Jonathan, was a trip around New Zealand with a friend later in the year.
Supermodelo 2007 was the second Cycle of the is reality TV series in Spain broadcast by Channel Cuatro. The show is based on Tyra Banks hit series America's Next Top Model and is being hosted by Spanish supermodel Judit Mascó. The aim of the show is to find the representant for Spain on the annual Elite Model Contest. The biggest difference to the original concept is that the show is broadcast live and the judges nominate the bottom two contestants for elimination, then the viewers vote to save one of the two girls, meaning one girl gets voted off by the audience every week, whereas in the original series only the judges decided about the verdict for each contestant. Due to the success of Supermodelo 2006 the number of contestants was increased from 13 to 20 girls and daily episodes were introduced. Over 14 weeks, the audience had the final say in eliminating one of the bottom two contestants every week. In the end, 21-year-old Noelia López from Seville, Spain triumphed over Magdalena Pérez, Isabel Cañete, and Alba Carillo on the season finale.
TITV Everest: The Unlimited Spirit of Thailand 2007 was a reality television series on TITV in Thailand that followed the adventure of nine Thai people who were seeking to be the first Thai expedition to reach the summit of Mount Everest. The team had planned to place the Thai flag, a Buddhist pennant and the emblem of King Bhumibol Adulyadej on the summit to mark the king's 80th birthday. The team had hoped to reach the summit by November 8, but they were forced to abandon their expedition because of harsh weather conditions.
ICAC Investigators 2007 is a 2007 police procedural series about investigators of Hong Kong's ICAC. A member of the ICAC Investigators family of miniseries it was first broadcast in 1 September, 2007. The shown was rerun on Friday 27 February 2009 to 5 March 2009 from Monday to Friday at 12:05 am on TVB Jade in Hong Kong.
Children in Need 2007 was a campaign held in the United Kingdom to raise money for Children in Need. It culminated in a live broadcast on BBC One on the evening of Friday 16 November, through to the morning of Saturday 17 November. The broadcast was hosted by Terry Wogan and Fearne Cotton, joined by other guest presenters throughout the night. The voice over reading out hourly totals was Alan Dedicoat. The event broke all previous records with a total of £19,089,771 raised by the closing minute. The show's average audience was 9.56 million, a huge amount higher than the previous year's event.
Star Awards 2007 is a television award ceremony held in Singapore. It is part of the annual Star Awards organised by MediaCorp for MediaCorp TV Channel 8. This year, Star Awards will be scheduled to telecast on two Sunday nights. The first award ceremony will be held on the 9 December 2007, in commemoration of 25 years of dramas in Singapore TV. On 16 December 2007, it will be the regular Star Awards ceremony and post show will be held after that.
Relive the" Bye Bye 2006 and 2007" in the company of kings of parody, Rock et belles oreilles. This DVD includes over 80 sketches and comments from Guy A. Lepage, Bruno Landry, Yves Pelletier and André Ducharme, Unpublished sketches and bloopers. RBO is a group that has marked the history of humor in Quebec in the 80s and 90s. The best times of their 4 DVD have sold over 250 000 copies. RBO now presents their two Bye Bye together on one DVD. The years 2006 and 2007 revised how RBO in nearly 80 sketches. Nearly 3 million viewers finished two years with Rock et Belles Oreilles CBC. The DVD will be a must for all fans of RBO for those who enjoyed the Bye Bye. You can choose your favorite sketch (in alphabetical order) or listen to the two integral programs with full commentaries on the four members of RBO. There also find nearly 25 minutes of extras including bloopers, skits in a full version, a photo gallery, unpublished sketches, the first integral take of 10% (110% parody) with shooting each group member.
The Eurovision Dance Contest 2007 was the 1st Eurovision Dance Contest a dance entertainment co-production between the EBU and the BBC. The first ever pan-European dance competition was held on 1 September 2007 in London, United Kingdom with the participation of 16 countries. Viewers cast their votes by telephone and SMS text message voting on each couple's two dances – the first being ballroom or Latin with the second being freestyle, with a "national" flavour. The first ever winner of the contest was Finland who received a total of 132 points. 2nd place went to Ukraine 3rd to Ireland, 4th to Poland and 5th place to Austria.