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Nordlandsbanen minute by minute – season by season – train journey north of the Arctic Circle depicted a 9 hour and 50 minute journey on the Nordland Line railway from Trondheim to Bodø.

It was broadcast on NRK2 on 29 December 2012 and had a viewership of around 1.2 million, for a market share of 13 percent. Nearly a million people, or 20 percent of the population, tuned in at some point of the program.

The show broadcast from 9 May to , with a viewership of 669,000, or 6 percent market share.

Piip-show featured footage from a camera set up to record the activities of birds and other wildlife at a bird feeder decorated to look like a coffee shop.

The show received international attention, including an article in The New York Times and a segment on The Colbert Report.

On 1 November 2013, NRK aired National Knitting Night, a 12-hour show depicting a non-stop knitting marathon which attempted to break the Guinness World record for knitting a sweater from beginning to end.

The event received attention in both Norwegian and foreign media, and has received renewed attention and appreciation, mainly among its Norwegian followers.

The 28-minute presentation Bybanen i Bergen – minutt for minutt showed a trip on the Bergen Light Rail from Nesttun to Bergen, shortly after the opening of the line in June 2010..

Both events received extensive attention in both Norwegian and foreign media, and were considered a great success with coverage numbers exceeding all expectations and record ratings for the NRK2 channel.

Starting at Christmas 1966, WPIX showed a looped film of a yule log burning in a fireplace, accompanied by classic Christmas music playing in the background. Airing in the overnight hours when most television stations would have been running a test pattern, the three programs each depicted a different first-person view of a walking or driving trip through a part of downtown Toronto, with a mellow jazz soundtrack.

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