Ted Talks: John Hockenberry: We Are All Designers

Journalist John Hockenberry tells a personal story inspired by a pair of flashy wheels in a wheelchair-parts catalogue -- and how they showed him the value of designing a life of intent. (From The Design Studio session at TED2012, guest-curated by Chee Pearlman and David Rockwell.)


Eliot Rausch's film exposes the lives of 3 undocumented students, living in the US without legal status. Never having touched a camera, the 3 students were gifted with a small handycam and trained for half a day by Lukas Korver and Matt B. Taylor. They were asked to film everyday for 3 months. Through their lens, this is their story.

Seven Sisters or Pleiades

The Pleiades - or Seven Sisters - are the 45th entry in Messier's Catalogue and one of the most famous collections of stars in our night sky. "Diamonds on black velvet," as Pete describes them.

This video features John Hurst (Nottingham Astronomical Society), Pete Lawrence (astronomy expert and broadcaster) and Paul Crowther (University of Sheffield).

BBC Horizon Awakening the Frozen Addicts

An account of a medical mystery that occurred in California in 1982 when a group of illicit drug users exhibited the symptoms of advanced Parkinson's disease after inadvertently taking heroine contaminated with the toxic chemical MPTP. This tragic event led to important discoveries about Parkinson's disease, including the controversial use of transplanted foetal brain cells to relieve the symptoms. The programme follows two Parkinsons sufferers who have travelled to Sweden to undergo this experimental surgery.

First Shown BBC Two - 4 Jan 1993 (Horizon Series 29 Ep. 2)

Evolution: It's a Thing

Crash Course Biology #20

Hank gets real with us in a discussion of evolution - it's a thing, not a debate. Gene distribution changes over time, across successive generations, to give rise to diversity at every level of biological organization.

The Secret Life of the Bocage

The rather ordinary-looking bocage landscape has an extraordinary tale to tell. This familiar landscape is man-made, created centuries ago and maintained ever since. Yet it teems with wildlife.

How have the plants and animals of the hedges and meadows adapted to the presence of human beings? What invisible ties link the human and natural worlds? Ancient bocage landscapes are one of Europe's distinctive ecosystems.

From the serie: Tales Of Nature


While Anna is preparing for a first date with Henry, a man she has secretly loved for years, everything goes wrong until she discovers the impossible - to sculpt her appearance like clay to any shape she desires.

Cast: Romy Bartz, Don Hany
Writer/Director: Sandy Widyanata
Producer: Courtney Wise
Director of Photography: Greg De Marigny
Editors: Ann Foo, Vladimir Jovi?i?
Production Designer & Costume: Xanthe Highfield
Sound Designer: Cameron Grant
Original Music: Maja Petrovna Hil?isin
1st Assistant Director: Dimitri Ellerington
On-Set VFX Supervision: Mathew Mackereth
VFX Artist: Sandy Widyanata, Eric So, Chris Jackson

Attenborough: 12 Wired Birds of Paradise

Sir David Attenborough demonstrates a very peculiar method of seduction for birds - which makes use of this bird's very strange wire tail. Great clip from BBC natural history series Attenborough in Paradise.

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The Wizard Of Dogz

The Wizard of Dogz is a story that unfolds in a magical dog-inspired World of Oz, where the yellow brick road is paved with dog biscuits. Follow our canine friends as they embark on their journey to the Emerald City.

Directed by Cassiano Prado and Liam O Connor.

Bill Nye: Why We Explore

According to Bill Nye, if you stop exploring, you're not going to move forward as a species. Your country's economy will also fall behind. After all, space exploration stimulates the economy, since it is a so-called "trickle-up" investment.

Directed / Produced by

Jonathan Fowler and Elizabeth Rodd

The Manhattan Project Hd1080P

by Cameron Michael

This time-lapse production has been a wild and exhilarating ride, with a lot of physical work lugging my 120-130 pounds of gear around all of Manhattan. I bent (broke) some laws and made a ton of friends. Thank you all for your support and please feel free to help out a starving artist and share this video with the world.

The Beatles: Budokan Hall, Live 1966

1080p. From June 30 to July 2 of 1966, the Beatles performed five concerts at the Budokan arena in the Japanese capital of Tokyo. The band's arrival in Japan, originally due for June 28, was greatly delayed by a hurricane, and they did not land in the country until 3 AM of the following day. All told, the five concerts attracted 25,000 fans, with all shows selling out, and the telecast delivered an astounding 60% television rating. This was reported heavily in the Japanese media, who characterized the unexpected fan frenzy as a "Beatles hurricane," obviously referring to the weather that preceded their arrival. Please subscribe for more videos!

Rock N' Roll Music 1:12
She's A Woman 2:45
If I Needed Someone 5:59
Day Tripper 8:55
Baby's In Black 11:57
I Feel Fine 14:33
Yesterday 17:05
I Wanna Be Your Man 19:30
Nowhere Man 21:59
Paperback Writer 24:23
I'm Down 27:04
End of concert 29:08

Credits 29:44