The chilling story of a young American boy living in France in 1918 whose father is working for the US government on the creation of the Treaty of Versailles. What he witnesses helps to mold his beliefs – and we witness the birth of a terrifying ego.
Cesar Millan's Leader of the Pack is an American documentary television series on the Nat Geo Wild. The series premiered on January 5, 2013.
Entrepreneurs share inspiring stories of courage and determination in this this docuseries about taking risks and making it happen.
Leader Dog is an animated film series on Nicktoons. The series was produced by Animation Collective, created by Larry Schwarz and debuted in 2004. For a time a full 30 minutes series was planned, but the idea was scrapped due to lack of interest from viewers. This show is about a spunky dog who is abducted by aliens from Planet Zmed, whose king is King Adrian, sets two of Zmed's explorers, named Dave and Blark, in search for Earth's leader; the one that everyone follows. At the very moment that they reached the Earth, a dog was trying to escape a maximum security city pound. With so many dogcatchers chasing the dog, Dave and Blark mistook the dog for Earth's leader. Immediately, they caught the dog, and the people of Zmed swore him in as a leader. Mainly, the newly named "Leader" is showing the people of Zmed what and how he does things on Earth. But with Leader being a dog, he is mainly showing the race what he and other dogs do on earth. With this, some of the more canine things he does are considered great feats to the Zmedians, like drinking from the toilet, playing dead, and even having a massive and rather nasty bowel movement. The characters consist of King Adrian, the king who loves Leader and his ways, as well as Adrian's son, a spoiled young prince named Prince Guz who totally despises Leader in every way; and the twin explorers named Dave and Blark who saved Leader. Each episode is only one to three minutes long and aired randomly on Nicktoons.
Leader's Questions is an Irish TV programme broadcast on RTÉ One and RTÉ News Now. It is produced by RTÉ News and Current Affairs and is presented by Bryan Dobson with RTÉ Political Correspondent David McCullough acting as relief presenter. The programme airs every Wednesday at 10:25 during the Dáil term and broadcasts live proceedings from Leinster House of questions proposed by opposition leaders in parliament to the Taoiseach. The programme is on air for 45 minutes. Before and after the proceedings the presenter usually chairs analysis of the proceedings with a panel of guests.
Internationally recognized dog expert Cesar Millan brings you his complete Mastering Leadership Series.