A chorus of women are borne from the movements of a single dancer in this dreamlike "pas de trente-deux."
The opening monologue of the 1970s cult children's live-action television show that aired on CHCH-TV in Ontario. Featured Billy Van, Vincent Price, plenty of talent.
Including a modified AR-15 and a Browning M2.
Most of the scenes in this clip are from when the group decided to buy a Greek island.
"Baby, You're a Rich Man" is a song written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney and recorded by The Beatles on 11 May 1967 at Olympic Sound Studios. This was the first song by the band recorded and mixed completely outside Abbey Road Studios. The song was recorded during sessions for the Magical Mystery Tour EP, but was intended for the Yellow Submarine soundtrack. That plan changed when it was used as the B-side of the "All You Need Is Love" single.
Two song fragments were combined to create "Baby, You're a Rich Man". The verses from "One of the Beautiful People" by John Lennon were combined with Paul McCartney's previously unaccompanied "Baby, you're a rich man..." chorus. Two songs were combined in a similar fashion to make "A Day in the Life". The song featured an unusual oboe-like sound, which was created with a clavioline, an early forerunner of the synthesiser.
Cinemas most disturbing smooches...
The Rubber hand illusion - as demonstrated in this clip - reveals the powerful connection between what we see and what we feel. Fascinating short segment (4:01) from acclaimed BBC 2 science series, Horizon.
Jeremy Clarkson takes the smallest car in the world, the P45, for a test drive. From the latest series of Top Gear (Series 19), here is a kooky segment from Episode 1.
Amazing footage of how little forest dwelling monkeys use Piper leaves (which have insect repellent properties) to protect themselves against the same unpleasant nip a mosquito would give you or I! From the BBC's Life of Mammals documentary series.
Robert Newman gets to grips with the wars and politics of the last hundred years - but rather than adhering to the history we were fed at school, the places oil centre stage as the cause of all commotion.
The first footage is from the hilarious movie Clerks which if you haven't seen, you need to. The second footage is taken from the DVD of Star Wars Episode 2: Attack of the Clones.
It's the audio commentary where George Lucas explains why it's OK that the contracters died along with the Second Death Star in Return of the Jedi.
Vi shares with us a mathematical look at music box, backwards Bach, orbifolds and wooden bowl.
My Dad Died.
Short and to the point Carl Jung in person relates to our state of mind
Will Ferrell making out on a bus.
A short essay animated from the audio recording of 'The New New Rules: A Funny Look at How Everybody but Me Has Their Head Up Their Ass'. It was originally performed on 'Real Time with Bill Maher'.