This short film documents Australian composer Richard Meale’s homage to the young French poet, Arthur Rimbaud. Meale composed a music piece for woodwind, percussion and strings which he titled “Incredible Floridas”.
Outlook was a Canadian current affairs television series which aired on CBC Television in 1960.
Outlook is a Canadian short film television series which aired on CBC Television in 1966.
First Forecast and On the Radar are morning weather programs produced by The Weather Channel, an American television channel. The programs regularly air Monday through Friday from 4-5am, and 5-5:30am respectively. They are hosted live in Atlanta, GA.
Weekend Outlook was a weekend morning weather program on The Weather Channel. It was comparable to First Outlook, but with a different focus: Weekend Outlook was geared toward weekend planning and forecasts, compared to the commuter/straightforward style of First Outlook. It also started one hour later than First Outlook; the first hour is occupied by Weather in the Classroom and then Sunrise Weather, a weekend-exclusive early morning weather program. Weekend Outlook was one of the lowest-rated programs on The Weather Channel. From 2003 to 2007, It was hosted by only Ray Stagich, then from 2007 to 2008, it was hosted by Stagich and Stokes. After Stokes was fired from TWC, he got replaced by Cheryl Lemke. She, however, was also fired during 2008 and got replaced by Mark Mancuso. That lasted until the show was canceled. Mancuso later was fired during 2009 and Stagich went on to Sunrise Weather. The Weekend Outlook name has also been used by The Weather Channel for weekend forecast inserts until 2003. Weekend Outlook made its debut as part of the large 2003 graphical relaunch of The Weather Channel. Upon the 2008 HD relaunch of The Weather Channel, Weekend Outlook temporarily used portions of the Weekend Planner package.