A displaced bandying beatnik rooster makes like an orphan to get adopted by Foghorn, who tries to stop him from chasing the chicks. The Barnyard Dog manages to use a Rube Goldberg-esque method to dress Foghorn in drag and hitch him to the beatnik rooster. RT 6:13.
"Finally - a cartoon that's - cartoony!"
A music video by illustrator/comic artist Dave Cooper in collaboration with animator/director Nick Cross.
2nd Series of the BBC Wine travel show presented by wine expert Oz Clarke and motoring journalist James May (of Top Gear fame), the former taking it upon himself to educate the latter about wine. This time, Clarke and May travel through California sampling new world wines, going from Venice Beach all the way north to the Napa Valley. The mode of transport this time was a Monaco motorhome and in some episodes, a Ford Mustang. Highlights include Clarke tasting wines whilst swimming in a lake and whilst driving dodgem cars, May hitting various objects with the motorhome, and a recurring need for hangover cures. May's search for a good bottle of typically Californian wine available in the UK for under 10 ends with a bottle of Ravenswood Zinfandel in episode 5.
John and George At Ascott studio in June 1971 recording the song Oh My Love for the Imagine album.
Their German friend Klaus Voormann plays bass and the late Nicky Hopkins is on second piano,
Concert for Bangladesh Madison Square Gardens 1971. Leon Russel; "Jumpin Jack Flash / Youngblood Medley.
The Short and Simple Story of the Credit Crisis.
Capt. Charles Moore of the Algalita Marine Research Foundation first discovered the Great Pacific Garbage Patch -- an endless floating waste of plastic trash. Now he's drawing attention to the growing, choking problem of plastic debris in our seas.
Documentary from the BBC's Imagine series, presented by Alan Yentob. The career of the reclusive artist Edward Hopper is covered in this beautifully-filmed episode. Includes interviews with Hopper's biographer, his friends and admirers such as Sam Mendes and Jonathan Miller, along with archive clips of the artist and his indomitable wife, Jo.
The bacterial flagellum is a molecular-scale mechanical rotary motor. No human nanotechnology can yet match its exquisite precision. Now some scientists are beginning to have doubts about the theory of evolution and embrace a new theory that an intelligent being must be designing all the biological forms of planet Earth.
Pinky and the Brain do voice over work at the Warner Brothers Studio.
First Aired 2/11/1994
Talking about his movie Fitna.
Richard Dawkins explains his picks for the seven wonders of the world in this program from 1997.
Bill O'Reilly takes a stab at recitative...
The idea for this sort of post hoc "accompaniment" comes from the great jazz pianist Henry Hey.
Louis C.K. discusses how great it is to be white with a time machine, white and a man, and white while being insulted.
From his half hour special, "Chewed Up."
from Monty Python's Flying Circus
Season 1 - Episode 04 - Owl Stretching Time
Recorded 21-09-69, Aired 26-10-69
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