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20 Minutes

20 Minutes est un quotidien dinformation générale distribué gratuitement en Espagne, en France et en Suisse. Financé par la publicité, il est fondé en 1999.

Alerte quatre minutes

L’ alerte de quatre minutes était un système d’alerte public conçu par le gouvernement britannique pendant la guerre froide et appliqué de 1953 à 1992. Ce nom tire son origine de la durée approximative à partir du moment où une attaque de missiles nucléaires soviétique contre le Royaume-Uni pouvait être confirmée et limpact de ces missiles sur leurs cibles. La population devait être avertie au moyen de sirènes anti-aériennes, de la télévision et de la radio, afin dêtre incitée à se mettre immédiatement à labri. En pratique, lalerte aurait été plus probablement de trois minutes ou moins.

Four Minutes

Durée: 90 minutes Titre: Four Minutes Première diffusion: 6 octobre 2005 ESPN, États-Unis Scénario: Frank Deford Réalisation: Charles Beeson Pays dorigine: États-Unis Genre: Biographie, drame, sport

15 minutes

Lorsque deux corps sont découverts dans un appartement ravagé par le feu, Eddi Fleming, le flic le plus célèbre de New York, et Jordy Warsaw, spécialiste de la brigade des incendies, se retrouvent sur laffaire. Leur enquête les conduit sur la piste de deux psychopathes, tout juste débarqués dEurope de lEst et bien décidés à vivre le rêve américain à travers le pouvoir des médias: en filmant leurs crimes, ils savent que ces images leur apporteront célébrité, richesse et même impunité sils tirent habilement partie des failles du système.

Épisodes des 30 Dernières Minutes

Première série des Cinq Dernières Minutes

Cet article présente le guide des épisodes de la première série du feuilleton télévisé Les Cinq Dernières Minutes, cest-à-dire les 56 épisodes diffusés entre 1958 et 1973 et interprétés par Raymond Souplex.

88 Minutes

Expert universitaire en psychiatrie criminelle, le docteur Jack Gramm est aussi consultant auprès du FBI. Il a construit sa remarquable réputation sur ses "évaluations" infaillibles des individus et des facteurs de risque. Cest grâce à lui que le tueur en série Jon Forster a été arrêté et va être exécuté. Pourtant, des meurtres identiques sont à nouveau commis. Jack est convaincu quil a vu juste et que cest un imitateur qui continue loeuvre de Forster. Lorsque Jack se retrouve directement menacé de mort, il est lui-même condamné à prouver que ses théories sont justes parce que sinon, dans 88 minutes, celui qui le traque le tuera.

Studio 2 Minutes

Studio 2 Minutes est fondé en 2000 par Jean-Michel Spiner. Il est basé à Paris et dispose de centres de production à Angoulême 2003, au Québec 2004, en Chine 2008 et à La Réunion 2016.

London to Brighton in Four Minutes

London to Brighton in Four Minutes est un court-métrage documentaire expérimental britannique produit par lunité film de la British Broadcasting Corporation en 1953 et qui servait d interlude à la chaîne de télévision britannique. Ce document, devenu un véritable film culte, montre le trajet en train Londres-Brighton filmé en accéléré à deux images par seconde.

Grève de 59 minutes

La grève de 59 minutes est un mode de protestation développé par les syndicats français. Si son recours est ancien, cest surtout la législation sur le service minimum qui conduit à son développement: une grève classique nécessite une déclaration quarante-huit heures à lavance, alors quune grève de 59 minutes est moins encadrée. La loi prévoit quau-delà dune heure de grève en France cest une demi-journée de salaire qui est retranchée, toute une journée pour une durée dépassant 3h30. Si la grève dure moins dune heure, 55 minutes de salaire sont retranchés. En pratique, une grève de 59 minutes fait ainsi perdre 20 €, contre 150 € pour une journée darrêt de travail. Pour le syndicat SUD Rail, ce type de grève permet de tenir plus longtemps, et davoir plus de temps pour les négociations quune grève générale classique. À la suite de grèves de 59 minutes à répétition et inopinées touchant France Télévisions, le juge des référés a jugé illégales de telles grèves: les grévistes de 59 minutes doivent dès lors se déclarer en début de journée.

24 Minutes

24 Minutes is the twenty-first episode of The Simpsons eighteenth season. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on May 20, 2007 as part of the one-hour season finale, alongside the episode "You Kent Always Say What You Want". It was originally promoted as being the 400th episode, but was broadcast as the 399th. It was written by Ian Maxtone-Graham and Billy Kimball. It was Kimballs first writing credit. The episode is a spoof of the Fox television drama 24, and sees Principal Skinners new Counter Truancy Unit CTU, led by Lisa Simpson, attempting to prevent a stink bomb being released at Springfield Elementary School. Guest stars include Kiefer Sutherland and Mary Lynn Rajskub as their characters from 24, Jack Bauer and Chloe OBrian. Critically acclaimed, it won the 2008 Annie Award for Best Writing in an Animated Television Production.

Epics in Minutes

Epics In Minutes is a compilation of singles by the band Fucked Up released March 16, 2004 on Deranged Records. The band states in the liner notes that" this is the closest that there will ever be to a Fucked Up retrospective.” Some of the versions on this compilation are different from the ones that were originally released on the singles.

Les Cinq Dernieres Minutes

Les Cinq Dernieres Minutes is a crime based French television series, created by Claude Loursais, broadcast from 1 January 1958 till 20 December 1996. The show was aired in four series on several channels. The first series was shown in 56 episodes in the period 1 January 1958, and on November 7, 1973 in RTF. After staging a series of four 90 minute episodes was shown in the period from 19 July 1974 to 16 January 1975, the Second series 72 series aired from 1975 to 1993, then a third 17 Episode series from 1993 to 1996 was broadcast on Antenne 2.

Over 60 Minutes With.

Over 60 Minutes With. is the seventh album release by Canadian hard rock/heavy metal band Helix. Their first compilation, it collects music from their first three Capitol Records albums but includes nothing from Wild in the Streets. It was released on cassette and CD. Along with past singles and album tracks, the compilation album also includes previously unreleased songs "Everybody Pays the Price" and "Give It To You". Also included is "Jaws of the Tiger", which had first been released in 1986 as the B-side of the "Its Too Late" single. "Gonna give you" was later re-recorded and reissued back for another taste 1990. "Tigers mouth" was re-recorded and re-released on the b-side for 1999. "All pay" has never been overwritten, but it was re-released as the B-side to the single "storm", and also on drawing up of the helix deep cuts: the best.

Elsewhere for 8 Minutes

Elsewhere for 8 Minutes is the debut album by Australian band Something for Kate. It was released in 1997 on Murmur. The name is a reference to the time it takes light travelling from the sun to reach planet earth. The band recorded the album at York St Studios in Auckland, New Zealand with producer Brian Paulson, whose previous credits included Wilco, Slint and Son Volt. Frontman Paul Dempsey said the band chose to record overseas to avoid being interrupted. "And it was cost-effective as well," he said. "The Australian dollar was better, the studio was fantastic–it just all worked out. And we didnt want to be in Melbourne." Bassist Julian Carroll, who had already decided to leave the band, remained for the recording but left soon after its completion. The single "captain million miles an hour" preceded the album in July, receiving heavy rotation on triple J radio network and makes it a #39 hot 100 stations within a year. Three singles were released: "prick" "working against me" and "roll credit".

Three Minutes

Three Minutes is the 47th episode of Lost. It is the 22nd episode of the second season. The episode was directed by Stephen Williams, and written by Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz. It first aired May 17, 2006, on ABC. The emotionally conflicted character of Michael Dawson is featured in the episodes flashbacks. It also marks a transition for Mr. Eko, from his project of building a church, to his self-appointed role of entering the numbers in the computer.

46 Minutes

46 Minutes is the 14th episode of the seventh season of the CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother, and the 150th episode overall. It aired on January 16, 2012. In this episode, Marshall and Lily adjust to their new suburban home and struggle with having Mickey around. Meanwhile, the rest of the gang copes with the distance caused by Marshall and Lilys move to the suburbs.

Six Minutes

Six Minutes is the thirty-sixth episode of the American television drama series The Killing, which aired on July 28, 2013. The episode is written by series creator Veena Sud and directed by Nicole Kassell. In the episode, Sarah Linden spends Ray Sewards remaining twelve hours with him. He allows his son Adrian to visit, but Becker denies entry. Sewards execution occurs, despite Lindens belief that he is innocent of his wifes murder.

XIII Minutes

XIII Minutes, also known as Thirteen Minutes, are a groove metal and metalcore band that was formed in early 2016 out of Tulsa, Oklahoma in the United States. The band is signed to Rottweiler Records.

Two Minutes

Two Minutes is the sixth episode of the eighth season of the American television drama series Homeland, and the 90th episode overall. It premiered on Showtime on March 15, 2020.