In Scotland 1865, An old shepherd and his little Skye terrier go to Edinburgh. But when the shepherd dies of pneumonia, the dog remains faithful to his master, refuses to be adopted by anyone, and takes to sleeping on his master's grave in the Greyfriars kirkyard, despite a caretaker with a "no dogs" rule. And when Bobby is taken up for being unlicensed, it's up to the children of Edinburgh and the Lord Provost to decide what's to be done.
This is the true story of a little dog that refused to leave his master's graveside in Edinburgh. The dog visited the grave for years.
Two talented chefs go head-to-head for the chance to Beat Bobby Flay. To get to Bobby the chefs must first face off against each other, creating a spectacular dish with a secret ingredient of Bobby's choice. Judges Alex Guarnaschelli and Jeff Mauro know Bobby's strengths and his weaknesses. Their goal: Pick the chef who has the skills to take down Bobby Flay in his own arena. The winning chef gets to challenge Bobby with his or her surprise signature dish. If Bobby goes down, the winner can tell the world, "I beat Bobby Flay!"
Bobby Generic lives in a typical suburban neighborhood and uses his overactive imagination to discover a world of daring adventure, incredible wonder and lots of laughs — all in pint-sized perspective.
If "greatness is thrust upon us," as Winston Churchill once said, then it stands to reason that those who are destined for greatness are rarely aware of it. Take Jack and Bobby McCallister for example: two bright young brothers growing up under the watchful eye of their eccentric single mother Grace McCallister. Grace's personality is a force of nature destined to shape both of these young men's lives and secure one a place in the history books - as President of the United States.
When England won the World Cup in July 1966 Bobby Moore became a national hero. Swept up by the media frenzy and the nation’s adoration, he and wife Tina were the original ‘golden’ couple.
Throwdown! with Bobby Flay is a Food Network television program in which celebrity chef Bobby Flay challenges cooks renowned for a specific dish or type of cooking to a cook-off of their signature dish. At the beginning of each show, Flay receives – via bicycle messenger – a package detailing the chef he is to compete against as well as the dish. Examples of opponents include a skilled chili maker or a famous wedding cake designer. After practicing and preparing the item in question, Flay shows up for a surprise competition. During the competition, both chefs prepare their particular version of the dish, and both are then evaluated by local judges to determine a winner.
Historic footage and leading voices of the era examine the "Bobby Phenomenon" of the 1960s and the legacy of the man who helped redefine the country.
Vinnie & Bobby is an American sitcom that aired on Fox on Sunday night from May 30, 1992 to September 5, 1992. The series is a spin-off of the 1991 sitcom Top of the Heap, which was itself a spin-off of Married... With Children. Series star Matt LeBlanc played the character of Vinnie Verducci on all three shows, as did Joey Lauren Adams as Mona Mullins, although she only appeared in the backdoor pilot of the Married... With Children episode.
BBQ with Bobby Flay is a travelogue series, in which celebrity chef and restaurateur Bobby Flay travels around the USA in search of the best and most delectable grilled barbecued food. The chef tours from one city to the other, visiting local grills, barbecue joints and cook-offs and meeting the grilling experts to explore the savory flavors, the cooking styles and the amazing grilling gadgetries that go into creating a smoking palate of grilled barbecued meal.
Uncle Bobby is a Canadian children's television show that aired from 1964 to 1979 on Toronto's CFTO and, for two years, beginning in 1968, as a weekly show on the CTV television network. In its later run the show was known as Uncle Bobby and Friends and, in 1979, the show was renamed Kid's Corner and lasted for a few more years as a syndicated Saturday morning offering. The half-hour show starred Bobby Ash, a former comedian and circus clown who had moved to Canada from the United Kingdom. The show aired weekdays over noonhour and featured staples such as "Bimbo: The Birthday Clown", a stationary cardboard cut-out who would come out of his closet to the tune of Jim Reeves's Bimbo and a booming laugh as Uncle Bobby announced that day's birthday greetings. Accompanying Bimbo were three puppets on a string, Wilson, Keppel and Betty, named after British music hall performers, who would "dance" to Bimbo's theme. The show featured regulars such as guitarist and singer Alex Laurier, Meredith Cutting, ventriloquists Jack O'Reilly with his partner Daniel O'Rourke and Cy Leonard and his partner Happy, magician Ron Leonard, accordionist Nancy McCaig, wildlife artist Barry Kent MacKay, clay artist Ruth Winkler as well as safety tips for children from Traffic Officer John. Uncle Bobby's catch phrase was MMMM...BOBBY'S HERE!!! Produced out of CFTO's Channel Nine Court studios, executive producers were Gerry Rochon, and, in the later years, Wayne Dayton. Children would also appear on the show and would be referred to by Uncle Bobby as "bobbysoxers". Maclean's magazine described Uncle Bobby as "avuncular without being condescending."
Bobby Flay and Damaris Philips pair up to cook, test their culinary ideas and chat. Each episode has a different theme and some of their friends stop by for a visit.
3 Days to Open with Bobby Flay is an American reality cooking show on the Food Network. The series debuted on July 15, 2012. In the series, Bobby Flay visits new restaurants that will be opening three days from his arrival. He makes a list of things that he thinks need to be fixed by opening night, and spends those three days preparing the owners for opening, and attempting to check every concern off his list.
Bobby Dazzler is an Australian television sitcom produced by Crawford Productions starring singer John Farnham as the title character: up and coming pop music star Bobby Farrell. The other regular cast members were Maurie Fields as Bobby's father Fred, an old vaudeville performer; and Olivia Hamnett as Bobby's officious manager Della McDermott. It was aired on the Seven Network during the summer of 1977-78. The term bobby dazzler was originally a Lancashire dialect term for someone who is strikingly-dressed.
Follow Arian Foster, the former NFL Pro Bowl running back, from the day of his mid-season retirement through recording his debut album, “Flamingo & Koval” under the professional moniker of Bobby Feeno.
Being Bobby Brown is an American reality television series that debuted on Bravo on June 30, 2005.
Bobby Jones Gospel is a program on Black Entertainment Television hosted by gospel legend Dr. Bobby Jones airing Sunday mornings at 9:00E/8:00C. The series premiered on January 27, 1980, almost exactly when the network came into existence. Bobby Jones Gospel features performances by famed Gospel artists as Kirk Franklin, Yolanda Adams, and Hezekiah Walker, as well as new and up and coming gospel artists. As of July 2013, the series is BET's longest running.