Since then many advertising commercials and campaigns have been broadcast featuring either De Wolfe library tracks or specially composed pieces.
The Bermuda Depths, a 1978 fantasy film originally broadcast as a made-for-TV movie featuring a mysterious character named "Jennie Haniver"
News is broadcast locally from 6am to 7pm with IRN national news featuring on the hour between 7pm and 5am.
On 31 December 2006, a special episode was broadcast featuring Matthew Newton, son of Bert Newton.
During the series' run, four Christmas specials were broadcast featuring a number of festive skits, including this little number.
At the end of the 1992 series a special edition of Turnabout was broadcast featuring the first 3 winners playing against each other which was won by Jackie McLeod.
He also began broadcasting a new campaign commercial featuring former President Bill Clinton, whose popularity among Democrats, white and black, is high.
The show was broadcast live on weekdays from 9am to 12pm featuring a phone-in and discussion on news, current affairs and matters generally interspersed with music notably Bhangra.
On Monday 28 December 2009 the final edition of The South Bank Show was broadcast featuring The Royal Shakespeare Company as its subject.
It was also broadcast on Toonami UK in the early 2000s featuring an alternate English dub produced by AB Groupe.
At that point, the broadcast featured its own news anchor, set, graphics, and music package.
The broadcast also featured the bare buttocks of two male cast members.
The last broadcast featured a special program ending with the Swedish national anthem.
The broadcast also featured the introduction of the telestrator to a national audience.
The first broadcasts in 1938 featured one news bulletin.
Each broadcast features hard facts about weather phenomena and climates around the globe.
The later syndicated broadcasts featured live action segments featuring Candy.
Initially, those broadcasts featured only parts of operas, being limited to selected acts.
Like previous years, the broadcast featured live coverage of the start, the finish, and 15-minute live updates throughout the race.
Ultimately, national broadcasts could feature different advertising for every different segment of the audience.