Every night Britain becomes a battleground as parents try to get their children to sleep. With 44% of parents struggling to keep a routine, this innovative new series will solve their problems once and for all. Bedtime Live broadcasts live from the homes of shattered parents. Taking charge is child sleep expert Professor Tanya Byron and soon-to-be first time dad Jake Humphrey. Tanya and her team of specialists help families pushed to breaking point by their children's terrible bedtime habits. Whether it's unruly under-fives or over-tired teenagers, the team have the answers to get us all a good nights rest.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Bedtime Live - Live (Usher album) - Netflix
Live is a live album by American singer Usher. It was recorded on October 15 and 16, 1998 in the singer's hometown of Chattanooga, Tennessee, and released by LaFace Records on March 23, 1999. Both audio-only and video longform versions were released; it was distributed to break up the gap between Usher's second and third studio albums, My Way (1997) and 8701 (2001). Live received generally negative reviews from critics; many criticized the poor live sound of Usher's voice on the album. Live reached number 73 on the Billboard 200, number 30 on the Top R&B Albums and number 3 on the Top Music Videos. The album has sold over 200,000 copies in the United States, and both the audio and video versions have been certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
Bedtime Live - Reception - Netflix
Live received generally negative reviews from music critics. Stephen Thomas Erlewine from Allmusic criticized Usher's “tired and weary” live sound, although he praised the remixed songs at the end of the album. Entertainment Weekly's J. D. Considine gave Live a C grade and wrote that, despite Usher's performing ability, the audio album is boring without video footage of the concerts. Neva Chonin of Rolling Stone was unimpressed with Usher's “tinny”-sounding voice on Live. Live debuted at number 76 on the US Billboard 200 on the chart dated April 10, 2011, with first-week sales of 21,000 copies. The album peaked at number 73, and lasted nine weeks on the chart. On April 27, 1999 Live was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), denoting the shipment of 500,000 units, and by the end of 2001 Live had sold over 200,000 copies in the US. It debuted and peaked at number 30 on the Top R&B Albums, and remained on that chart for nine weeks. The video longform version of Live entered the US Top Music Videos chart at number four on the chart of April 10, 1999. It remained at number four for three weeks, before ascending to number three on May 1, 1999, where it peaked for one week. The RIAA certified the Live video gold, after it shipped 50,000 copies, on December 22, 1999. The video of the performance of “Bedtime” was made available at MTV.com, and the live version of “Bedtime” reached number 66 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart.
Bedtime Live - References - Netflix