ONE PUNK UNDER GOD: THE PRODIGAL SON OF JIM AND TAMMY FAYE
- catholic tastes. // U.S. Catholic;Mar2007, Vol. 72 Issue 3, p10
The article focuses on issues related to the Catholic Church. The reality series "One Punk Under God: The Prodigal Son of Jim & Tammy Faye," will capture Jay Bakker's ministry and his relationship with his parents. It cites the controversy that arose from the use of rock and heavy metal music in...
- The preachers' daughters. Felker, Beth // Christian Century;8/21/2013, Vol. 130 Issue 17, p42
A review is presented for the Lifetime television reality program "Preachers' Daughters," following the teenagers Taylor Coleman, Kolby Koloff and Olivia Perry.
- BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS. // Woman's Day (Australia Edition);4/27/2015, p82
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- HOME AND AWAY. // Woman's Day (Australia Edition);4/27/2015, p82
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- Praise the Lord! Nahmod, David Alexander // Bay Area Reporter;1/25/2007, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p35
The article reviews the television program "One Punk Under God," directed by Jeremy Simmons and Jay Bakker.
- Crazy eights. Tucker, Ken // Entertainment Weekly;11/21/97, Issue 406, p105
Reviews television programs airing at 8 pm in the fall of 1997. Concern over whether the programs are suitable for child viewers; The themes explored on such programs as `The Nanny' and `Friends'; Reviews of programs such as `Cosby' and `Sabrina, the Teenage Witch.'
- CREATIVE REVIEW. // Televisual;Oct2009, p22
The article focuses on advertisements created by remix artist group, Addictive TV, for the 2009 Europa League Championship of football, and also reviews the television program "Jinx," for which SumCreative production company has created 200 vfx shots.
- Medicine and the Media. Lynch, Margaret A.; Hampton, J.R.; Norton, Alan // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);5/22/1982, Vol. 284 Issue 6328, p1553
Reviews several television programs in medicine. 'Brass Tacks' Report' aired over BBC2; '40 Minutes' aired over BBC2; 'Is Your Brain Really Necessary?' aired over Yorkshire Television.
- Thirty reviews in 30 days? No problem! // Daily Variety;10/5/2011, Vol. 313 Issue 3, p2
The article presents the author's insights on the number of television (TV) programs to be reviewed for 30 days in he considers that reviewing 30 TV programs for 30 days was not healthy for anybody.