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Tierisch Kölsch - Tales From the Domstadt Zoo, is a German television/documentary series. It was broadcast by the ZDF for nine seasons, from 2006-2010. Tierisch Kölsch presents the behind-the-scene stories of the Domstadt zoo, including both animal and employee stories.
Cologne is the largest city of Germany's most populous state of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) and the fourth-most populous city in Germany. With 3.6 million people in the urban region and 1.1 million inhabitants within its city proper, Cologne is the largest city on the river Rhine and also the most populous city of both the Rhine-Ruhr Metropolitan Region and the Rhineland. Centered on the left bank of the Rhine, Cologne is about 35 km (22 mi) southeast of NRW's state capital Düsseldorf and 25 km (16 mi) northwest of Bonn. It is classified as a GaWC Gamma+ world city.
Gerald Malcolm Durrell, was a British naturalist, writer, zookeeper, conservationist, and television presenter. He founded the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust and the Jersey Zoo on the Channel Island of Jersey in 1959. His memoirs of his family's years living in Greece were adapted into two television series and one television film. He wrote approximately forty books, mainly about his life as an animal collector and enthusiast, the most famous being My Family and Other Animals (1956). He was the youngest brother of novelist Lawrence Durrell.
Kölsch may refer to:
Kölsch is a style of beer originating in Cologne, Germany. It has an original gravity between 11 and 14 degrees Plato. In appearance, it is bright and clear with a straw-yellow hue.
Colognian or Kölsch is a small set of very closely related dialects, or variants, of the Ripuarian group of dialects of the Central German group of languages. These dialects are spoken in the area covered by the Archdiocese and former Electorate of Cologne reaching from Neuss in the north to just south of Bonn, west to Düren and east to Olpe in northwest Germany.
Willy Millowitsch was a German stage and TV actor and the director of the Volkstheater Millowitsch in Cologne.
"Children's Zoo" is the second segment of the third episode of the first season (1985–86) of the television series The Twilight Zone. This is one of the few stories without narration.
A zoo is a place where all animals are exhibited.
Alphabet Zoo is a series of ten-minute programmes for young children, produced by Granada Television and was broadcast on ITV for two series in 1983 and 1984. It was presented by singer Ralph McTell and actress Nerys Hughes. Each episode is dedicated to a letter of the alphabet.
Ludwig Haas is a German television actor from Eutin, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
Michael Kessler is a German actor, comedian and author.
Dirk Bach was a German actor, comedian, and TV presenter, best known as the co-host of Ich bin ein Star – Holt mich hier raus!, the German version of I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!.
Oliver Broumis is a German actor. He was born in Hannover, Germany on 31 July 1964, where he grew up.
Sky Krimi is a German television channel dedicated to crime series. It mostly features original German language productions.
The Wikipedia of Ripuarian languages is the Ripuarian edition of Wikipedia. It was started on July 6, 2005 as WiKoelsch on a private server, and was converted to an official Wikipedia during April 2006. As only about a million people speak the Ripuarian languages, the Ripuarian Wikipedia is relatively small. Since both the use of Ripuarian, and the population capable of using a Ripuarian language, are decreasing, it is also an endangered language Wikipedia. The total number of edits on this Wikipedia is 1,601,853.
Elefant, Tiger & Co. is a German television series from the Central German Broadcasting which has been aired since 1 April 2003. It is considered to be the most successful German zoo docusoap. Its setting is Leipzig Zoological Garden.
SK Kölsch was German television series produced in Cologne, which was broadcast on Sat.1 from 1999 to 2006.
Gabriele Wilhelmine "Gaby" Köster is a German actress and comedian.
Zoo is a science fiction thriller novel by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge published in September 2012. The book made it to the New York Times bestseller list. A sequel, Zoo 2, by Patterson and Max DiLallo, was released on June 7, 2016, as a short story.
ZooMoo is an international multilanguage pay television channel owned by Singapore's Beach House Pictures and New Zealand's NHNZ. This channel was first launched in Brazil in September 2013 in high definition (HD). On 4 April 2014, ZooMoo was launched in Singapore via Starhub. In 2016, Canadian-based Blue Ant Media acquired a majority stake in the channel. The ZooMoo brand name is also used for international programming blocks broadcasting ZooMoo's original programming.