Five years after his daughter disappeared, a mistake in the National Police's DNA register makes it possible for the officer Rolf to finally find out what happened to her.
Documentary series following 14-year old Thibau Nys, son of cyclo-cross legend Sven Nys, as he starts his career as a cyclist. Can he follow in the footsteps of his father?
Desi DNA is a British television show on the BBC covering Desi art, culture and entertainment, currently broadcasting its fifth series in 2008. In 2004 Desi DNA received the Best Lifestyle Programme award from the Royal Television Society. The show currently broadcasts on BBC Two and is co-presented by Adil Ray, Anita Rani and Nihal Arthanyake with additional contributions by Nikki Bedi, Sonia Deol, Bobby Friction, Murtz and a number of other presenters. Waheed Khan, Irshad Ashraf and Sangeeta Sehdev have all been directors on the show.
Dallas DNA is an American television program that premiered on April 28, 2009 on the Investigation Discovery cable channel. It documents the cooperation of the Dallas County, Texas District Attorney Office with several law school innocence programs. A new division, the Conviction Integrity Unit, re-investigates past convictions where DNA testing may either exhonerate or confirm convictions of those now serving time in Texas prisons.
Who are we? And where do we come from? Australia's greatest Olympian Ian Thorpe, iconic Indigenous actor Ernie Dingo, and TV presenter and Queen of Eurovision Julia Zemiro set off on an epic journey of genetic time travel to find out.
Host Mark Evans investigates whether the DNA extracted from privately-owned remains of historical figures and celebrities like John Lennon's tooth or Eva Braun's hair can tell us something about these dead famous people.
Paul Holes uses his years of experience with cutting-edge DNA technology to solve brutal murders across the United States.
Ant and Dec embark on their journey to New York. Here, they are following their mother lines using DNA analysis and genealogy. Straightaway, there's a surprise for Dec as he finds out he has close DNA family he never knew existed, while Ant's history takes him to the United Nations. After a whirlwind tour of the US, it's back to Ireland and uncovering a family secret that Ant's family have been trying to unlock for years.
DNA² is a science fiction manga series written and illustrated by Masakazu Katsura. It was serialized across Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine between 1993 and 1994, spanning a total of five tankōbon volumes. DNA² was adapted into a 12-episode anime television series which ran on Nippon Television from October 7, 1994 to December 23, 1994. This was followed by a three-episode anime original video animation in 1995. Produced by Madhouse and Studio Deen, the anime series was directed by Jun'ichi Sakata, whereas the character designer and animation director for the series was Kumiko Takahashi. DNA² has been broadcast in Japan by Animax, which has also aired the series across its respective networks worldwide, including its English-language networks in Southeast Asia and South Asia. All 15 episodes were licensed in North America by Central Park Media until their closing in 2009. The five volumes and box set are out-of-print.
A fantasy, romantic comedy about a ′love cell′ cat that looks like a human, Navi teaching love to Ma Dae Choong, who is determined to revive his dying love cells with an extraordinary romance, particularly with top star, Seo Rin.
D.N.Angel is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yukiru Sugisaki. The ongoing manga premiered in Japan in the Kadokawa Shoten shōjo magazine Monthly Asuka in November 1997. The series went on an extended hiatus after the August 2005 issue, returning in the April 2008 issue. Kadokawa Shoten has collected the individual chapters and published them in 15 tankōbon volumes so far. The manga series is licensed for English language release in North America and the United Kingdom by Tokyopop, which has released 13 volumes of the series as of 2011. Dentsu and Xebec adapted the manga into a 26-episode anime series which aired in Japan on TV Tokyo from April 3, 2003 until September 25, 2003. The anime was later adapted into second two volume manga series, a PlayStation 2 video game, and a series of drama CDs.
The story of the most high profile and unbelievable murder investigation in recent Italian history, resulting from the tragic and brutal slaying of 13-year old Yara Gambiarasio near her home in northern Italy in 2010.