Crossroads was a British television soap opera set in a motel near Birmingham, England. Originally broadcast on the commercial ITV network between 1964 and 1988, it was produced first by ATV (until the end of 1981) and then by Central. A byword for cheap production values (particularly in the 1970s and 1980s), the series was revived in a glossier format in 2001 by Carlton Television; however, this revival failed to achieve the popularity of the original, and came to an end in 2003.
Crossroads is the second album by African American singer/songwriter Tracy Chapman, released in 1989 (see 1989 in music).
"Crossroads", from Cream's 1968 album Wheels of Fire, is a famous and influential blues-rock song. It has become a blues standard for many blues-rock bands.
CMT Crossroads is a television show broadcast on Country Music Television that pairs country music artists with musicians from other music genres. Each episode of CMT Crossroads features a different set of stars playing together.
Crossroads was a half hour alternative music video show that aired on VH1 weekdays between the years 1993 and 1998. Originally called Darcy's Music, the show was hosted by VJ Moon Zappa. The premise was that an off screen voice called Darcy picked her favorite videos which just happened to be alternative.
Crossroads is the 5th episode of Band of Brothers. The episode was directed by Tom Hanks and written by Erik Jendresen. It first aired on September 30, 2001 on HBO.
"Crossroads" is the ninth episode of season one of the fictional CBS drama Jericho, first aired on November 15th, 2006.