13 former missionary priests from rural Ireland reveal all in this telling documentary about why they joined and subsequently left the active ministry and their life in the Church. Raised as devout Catholics from infancy, these honest men now in their later stages of life open up about intimacy, faith, religion and life before, during and after the priesthood.
Lunch no Joō is a Japanese drama series aired in Japan on Fuji TV in 2002. It stars Yuko Takeuchi, Yōsuke Eguchi, Satoshi Tsumabuki, and Shinichi Tsutsumi. Natsumi loves lunchtime and food. Nothing excites her more than to walk down the street thinking about where she'll eat lunch. One day, a man Kennichiro interrupts Natsumi as she's about to eat her favorite rice omelet and drags her outside and begs her to come home with him so that he can introduce her to his family. He explains to her that his father is sick and after leaving on bad terms, the only way he'll be allowed back home is to return with a fianceé. Natsumi is left with quite the predicament.
Lunch Monkeys is a British situation comedy, first shown on BBC Three in 2008.
An ABC3 Australian mockumentary comedy series about fifteen highly significant minutes of a child's life: snack time in the primary school playground. From the creators of "Upper Middle Bogan."
The story of a middle-aged couple filled only with pain from a sad past, contrasted with a pair of young lovers who only look ahead and dream of a bright future.
Light Lunch was a Channel 4 lunch-time comedy chatshow broadcast between March 1997 and February 1998. It starred Mel and Sue. The show was a huge success initially but audience figures declined slowly eventually resulting in viewing figures merely deemed "satisfactory" by Channel 4.
Power Lunch is a television business news program on CNBC, airing between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. Eastern Time. It is presented by Tyler Mathisen, Sue Herera, and Michelle Caruso-Cabrera. Simon Hobbs will fill in on occasion. Bill Griffeth anchored the program alone from 1996 to 2002. Caruso-Cabrera joined the program as Griffeth's original co-presented from February 4, 2002, to December 5, 2003, before being replaced by Herera starting on December 8, 2003. Caruso-Cabrera and Dennis Kneale appeared on the show regularly in their respective analyst capacities until both became full co-presenters in 2009. Mathisen joined the program in late 2009, after Griffeth's leave of absence began. Power Lunch used to air for two hours until June 7, 2010, when it moved to 1 ET and had its running time cut in half, from 2 hours to 1 hour, to make room for The Strategy Session at noon ET and the Fast Money Halftime Report at 12:30 ET.
Working Lunch was a television programme broadcast on BBC Two which covered business, personal finance and consumer news between 1994 and 2010. The programme was first aired on 19 September 1994. It had a quirky, relaxed style, especially when compared to other BBC business shows such as World Business Report. In April 2010, the BBC announced that the programme was being cancelled at the end of July 2010. GMT with George Alagiah took its place in the schedule at 12:30 on BBC Two.
Lunch Date was a defunct Philippine noontime variety show that aired by GMA Network.
Eating Media Lunch was a satirical New Zealand news show hosted by Jeremy Wells. It aired on TV 2 and online on TVNZ ondemand from 2003 to 2008. The show was frequently controversial during its run.
Money for Lunch was a afternoon business program which aired on CNN Radio in Houston, weekdays from 12-2pm Eastern Time. Its main competitor was CNBC and Fox Business.
Power Lunch Europe is a television business news programme on CNBC Europe, aired from noon to 1 pm CET each weekday, though it shares little with its U.S. counterpart other than its name. The programme was most recently presented by Louisa Bojesen, but has been on hiatus since January 2009.
Let's Do Lunch with Gino & Mel is a British daytime television programme which began airing on ITV in 2011, as part of ITV Food. The show, which is presented by Gino D'Acampo and Melanie Sykes mixes food with celebrity chat. D'Acampo cooks various food items, whilst Sykes does the main presenting of the show. On each episode, a celebrity guest appears to assist the hosts and chat to them about their latest projects. Guests have included Jason Manford, Peter Andre, Eamonn Holmes, Josie Gibson, Emma Bunton, Joe Pasquale and Carol Vorderman. The main show is currently in its third series. Alongside the main show airs a Christmas series known as Let's Do Christmas with Gino & Mel, which sees D'Acampo cooking Christmas food. A second series of the show is scheduled to air over Christmas in 2013.
The Ten-Year Lunch: The Wit and Legend of the Algonquin Round Table is a 1987 American documentary film about the Algonquin Round Table, a floating group of writers and actors in the "Roaring Twenties" in New York City, which included great names such as Dorothy Parker, Robert Benchley, George S. Kaufman, Edna Ferber, Marc Connelly, Harold Ross and Harpo Marx. It was produced and directed by Aviva Slesin and narrated by Heywood Hale Broun. The title refers to the fact that the members of the Round Table met over lunch at the Algonquin Hotel from 1919 until roughly 1929. The film shows how the group drifted apart once the 1920s ended, as Hollywood beckoned for some and as they grew older. In 1987, the film won Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
The Rutles 2: Can't Buy Me Lunch is a 2002 re-telling of the 1978 mockumentary All You Need Is Cash, in a modern setting.
Lloyd's Lunchbox is a series of short animations created by Gregory Ecklund for Spike and Mike's Sick and Twisted Festival of Animation. The episodes revolve around the title character Lloyd, a man who appears to be mentally ill and who often harms his body. In the first episode, he wears a green shirt with jeans, but in the other two, he appears nude. No dialogue exists, though Lloyd can be heard making noises. Footage of the episodes were used by Korn in their music video of the song Right Now.