Snakes and Ladders is a Canadian television mini-series created by Wayne Grigsby which aired on CBC Television in 2004. The series starred Amy Price-Francis as Shannon Jennings, a woman who takes a job as an executive assistant at Parliament Hill for a cabinet minister named Audrey Flankman. The series was shot in documentary style, and was produced by the same people who produced the series Trudeau.
Snakes and Ladders was a very short-lived Australian television game show which aired on Melbourne station HSV-7 in 1959. Hosted by Pat Hodgins, it was a half-hour "jackpot quiz" based on the board game of the same name. It was preceded on the HSV-7's schedule by Strictly for Mothers and followed by Home Decorator. It is extremely unlikely that any of the episodes exist as kinescope recordings, and as such it is likely lost.
In the future (1999), the UK is subdivided into two regions by barbed wire and border patrols. Northern Britain is cold, bleak and impoverished, while sunny South Britain is a place of relative luxury. When Lord Tewkesbury, the owner of rich conglomerate, decides his son Giles needs more real-life experience, he arranged for Giles to work under an assumed name. Unfortunately, this results in Giles being sent to North Britain to do menial labor, while previously impoverished Gavin is transferred to sunny South Britain
Property Ladder is the original British version of the television series Property Ladder. Hosted by Sarah Beeny, it follows the journey of amateur property developers as they set out to make a life changing profit from renovating challenging houses. The show underwent a change in format during 2004 and now features two developments per episode rather than one. In early 2009, Channel 4 announced that a new series was to be shown, starting on 9 June, it is the first to be filmed in a struggling market and has been re-titled Property Snakes and Ladders.
As the weather warms up in Durban, S.A., deadly venomous snakes enter homes, offices, and factories. Streetwise snake-catcher Simon Keys and his partner Siouxsie Gillett, rush across the city to save snakes...and people. From deadly black mambas in wardrobes to cobras in factories, Simon and Siouxsie put their lives on the line to catch these deadly invaders - by hand. Their reward? Watching the snakes slither away unharmed, back into the wild.