In 2010, or maybe 2011, it’s hard to be certain about these things, I wrote and performed a show called It’s Always Right Now, Until It’s Later. I originally performed it in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival at the Traverse Theatre every morning at 10.30 before restaging it at St Anns Warehouse in New York, The National Theatre in London and The Royal Exchange in Manchester. This film was made on one single night towards the end of the Manchester run and is the entire show, in real time.
A decade after their wild summer as junior counselors, the gang reunites for a weekend of bonding, hanky-panky and hair-raising adventures.
Later... with Jools Holland is a contemporary British music television show hosted by Jools Holland. A spin-off of The Late Show, it has been running in short series since 1992 and is a part of BBC Two's late-night line-up, usually at around 11pm to 12 midnight. The day of transmission has varied, but currently it is usually recorded on a Tuesday for Friday broadcast and features a mixture of both established and new musical artists, from solo performers to bands and larger ensembles. The show is considered an institution, having notched up millions of fans around the world. It is currently broadcast in America on Palladia; previously it has been shown on Ovation, BBC America, Fuse, and Dave. The Ovation and Fuse broadcasts leave out several performances in order to air commercials within a one-hour timeslot. It is also shown in Australia on the UKTV channel and ABC2, in Canada on HIFI and AUX TV, in Germany on zdf.kultur, in Spain in Canal+ Xtra and in Portugal, Switzerland, Belgium, France and the United Arab Emirates on iConcerts HD. The 200th programme was broadcast on 1 February 2008. The 250th edition was broadcast in September 2010.
Hollyoaks Later is a British television spin-off of the Channel 4 television series Hollyoaks. The series began in 2008 and since then has become an annual event for the soap. The series returns every September and takes place over five consecutive nights on E4. As the title suggests, the late night series allows for more sexual content, ' edgier ' storylines and stronger language.
Einar Tørnquist has finally gotten his own talkshow on TV2. With him he has his wife Gunhild Dahlberg as his companion. Each week there will be a new guest.
Filmmaker Patrick O'Dell explores the careers and lives of some of the most influential people in skateboarding–and in the culture at large.
Featuring interviews with key political figures including President George W Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Rudolph Giuliani, Michael Bloomberg, and media heavy hitters Dan Rather, Tom Brokaw and Matthew Broderick, this documentary event examines 9/11 through the lens of the last 15 years. Brought to life by photos declassified in 2016, recently released documents from the 9/11 commission, and never before heard stories from photographers and first responders, a new perspective will arise to provide an unrivaled viewpoint of the historic attack.
The Show To Be Named Later... was a late-night talk/variety sports show that ran on Minnesota's KARE/11. It was hosted by Jonny Voss. The show featured interviews with Minnesota's sports figures, in-depth analysis of Minnesota sports teams and athletes from the perspective of the show's host, and people he meets on the street and at sporting events, musical performances, and contests run by sponsors, including Best Buy & Jack Link's beef jerky. It was broadcast on KARE at 12:00 midnight, immediately following Saturday Night Live. The show's main run was in 2005 and was recorded at the studios of WB affiliate KMWB, usually drawing a live audience of about 35 people. After only a few months on KARE, the show vanished from the late-night lineup, being replaced by infomercials. The show has been broadcast sporadically after its disappearance from its former late-night timeslot with an altered format. Producers dumped the original studio format and exclusively interviewed random people at sporting events asking their opinions on current events in the sports world, along with the host's perspective, and coverage of sporting events.
Hope's Peak Academy is a special school, recognized by the government, that was established in order to gather and nurture top-class students who excel in various fields. This school has two courses: The main course, and the preparatory course. Anyone with the money can enter the preparatory course, even if they don't have any special skills. The 77th class of the main course is filled with students who not only have unique abilities, but unique personalities as well. However, the students learned that "Talent isn't the most important thing in life; it's to involve yourself with people and make yourself a better person while making memories." However, little did they know that a mysterious project and discrimination of the courses were happening right under their noses. Hajime Hinata, a boy from the preparatory class who craves for an ability. The fateful meeting he has drives the future of the school into an unimaginable direction. This is the story of what happened up until the "The Biggest, Most Awful, Most Tragic Event in Human History." This is a story of hope that ends in despair.
The world was close to being destroyed by Ultimate Despair, who caused "The Biggest, Most Awful, Most Tragic Event in Human History." In order to save this world from the event's chaos, the Future Foundation was formed. Although the organization continues its activities to restore the world, Makoto Naegi is under suspicion of treason due to him shielding the Remnants of Despair. The Future Foundation members had gathered together to decide on his punishment, but they all end up getting trapped inside the place they were meeting by Monokuma, who demands that they begin the "Final Killing." They have strange bangles put on their wrists, and are given tranquilizers when a certain time arrives. To make things worse, there apparently is a real traitor amongst their ranks who is coming to kill the members of the Future Foundation. In this game where class trials don't exist, the only way to get rid of the traitor is to find him and kill him off. Naegi is forced to face the ultimate death game, where it's kill or be killed. The tale of despair in which hope kills hope begins.
Later was a nightly half hour-long talk show that ran on NBC from 1988 until 2001. Later typically aired for half an hour at 1:30 a.m. following Late Night with David Letterman from 1988 to 1993, and Late Night with Conan O'Brien from 1993 to 2001. It was succeeded by Last Call with Carson Daly in 2002.
Everyone has three lives: a public life, a private life, and a secret life
Later On 2 was part of the Network 2/RTÉ Two N2 rebrand of 1997. It was broadcast after News 2 on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday night at 11:20pm.