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Scooby Doo: Which Witch is Which?
Which Witch is Which? is the thirteenth episode of the first season of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!
Episode # 113
US air date: December 6, 1969 (CBS)
Run time: 22m 2s
Written by: Ken Spears, Joe Ruby, and Bill Lutz
Directed by: William Hanna and Joseph Barbera
Witches  Television  Cartoons  Humor  Zombies 
59 minutes ago by dbourn
How The Weather Channel Made That Insane Storm Surge Animation
"Bringing extreme weather to life obviously isn’t an entirely altruistic goal; it’s compelling television, too. Potts contends, though, that videos like this one also contain a valuable safety message. You know what nine feet is, and you know what water looks like. But the two rarely go together, outside of swimming pools and disaster movies. Seeing what it looks like on a street corner that resembles your own might be enough to get someone to evacuate if they’d had any hesitation. At the very least, it lets the rest of the world know just how bad it could get."
a:Brian-Barrett  p:Wired★★  d:2018.09.13  w:1000  weather  visualization  television  safety  from instapaper
2 days ago by bankbryan
OTW Guest Post: Una McCormack
This month's guest Una McCormack has written top selling Star Trek DS9 and Dr Who tie-in novels, and is an academic who has written about fandom, but there's a lot more to discuss when you've spent 40 years among fans
Guest-Post  Commercial-Works-Authors  Television 
7 days ago by otw_news
Top 10 Quantum Leap episodes
So what do you say? Why don’t we put “...right what once went wrong,” and give some names to these episodes. Or more to the point, leap into the top ten best episodes of one the most creative shows that ever snuck onto American network television.
howtowatch  television  scifi 
8 days ago by spaceninja
Game of Game Of Thrones thrones: 43 big upcoming fantasy and sci-fi shows
Game of Thrones is coming to an end, and soon the real struggle for succession begins
television  fantasy  scifi  list 
9 days ago by mirthe

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