GameXplain has a YouTube video playlist, with only four/4 episodes, showing a short video game series: "Know Your Enemy -- How well do you know your enemies? That's the question we set out to answer in our newest series.
The Guardian has an interactive collection of 2/"two photographs taken from exactly the same viewpoint at different times in history".
Then V Now has pictures comparing the past and the modern shots. There are currently nine/9 pages and rarely gets new images.
Last year, Channel4 aired a 46-47 minutes documentary titled "Dogs: Their Secret Lives" that "... reveals what our canine companions get up to while we're out and how we can keep them happy in the modern British home." (or anyone's homes in anywhere).
MajamiHiroz's YouTube channel has a bunch of videos, with cussings, showing mostly (spoof/parodie)s of mostly video games and the (19)80s days -- "Welcome to the '80s.
TV.com has its schedule and guide for Americans' summer 2014 to watch on television/TV.