Timewatch: Banking with Hitler

This 1998 program examines the facts surrounding one of the most distasteful examples of profiteering in human history: bankers in Allied countries who lent money to the Third Reich.

This 46:24 film uncovers evidence that a consortium of American and British bankers not only lent money to Hitler, but also leaked valuable intelligence information to him and his cronies, directly resulting in the shedding of American blood.

Andy Rooney on Bill Gates

One of Andy Rooney's 60 Minutes segments comparing his old typewriter to the several computers he's owned.

Human Evolution Made Easy

The evidence for human evolution. Part 8 of the Made Easy series, which traces our origins from the Big Bang to the human migration out of Africa.

(Music: Astor Piazzolla's Libertango performed by Bond.)

Law and Disorder in Philadelphia

The intrepid Louis Theroux does his thing in one of America's most dangerous cities. This latest investigation by Louis is certainly his riskiest yet.

Greg Palast on Iraq, Haliburton, Deceit

From the investigative journalist Greg Palast who cracked the Florida recount case, Exxon Valdez and Britain's lobbygate.

Here he discusses Iraq, The companies that profited, Bush-Saudi ties and more.

Sooner or Later - The Nazis' Time Machine

At the end of World War II the Nazis build a time machine. This technology would enable them to snatch victory. However, nobody knows what will really happen if they succeed.

Daito Manabe: Face Dance

Daito Manabe is a Japanese artist and programer who has figured out a way to make his face involuntarily dance to music: by using electricity. Each beat hits a different part of his face with a quick shock. The result is disturbing, yet highly entertaining.

Ted Talks: Richard Preston: Climbing the world's Biggest Trees Science writer Richard Preston talks about some of the most enormous living beings on the planet, the giant trees of the US Pacific Northwest. Growing from a tiny seed, they support vast ecosystems -- and are still, largely, a mystery.

Human Ancestry Made Easy

This video traces our migration out of Africa and explains, through DNA evidence, how humans colonized the world. It is the 9th part of the Made Easy series of videos that shows the evidence of our origins, from the Big Bang onwards.

(Music: Allegretto by Bond and The Ballad of Henry Darger by Natalie Merchant.)

Tommy Boy: Top Ten Best Scenes

Ten great scenes from the 1995 movie Tommy Boy, staring Chris Farley, David Spade, Brian Dennehy, Bo Derek, Dan Aykroyd, Julie Warner, Julie Warner, Zach Grenier, James Blendick, Clinton Turnbull, Ryder Britton, Paul Greenberg, Graeme Millington, Michael Cram, Dean Marshall, Trent McMullen, Philip Williams, David 'Skippy' Malloy, Roy Lewis, Austin Pool, William Dunlop, Jack Jessop, Michael Dunston, David Hemblen, George Kinamis, Dov Tiefenbach, Mark Zador, Helen Hughes, J.R. Zimmerman, Robert K. Weiss, Reg Dreger, Lloyd White, David Huband, Hayley Gibbins, Julianne Gillies, Addison Bell, Corey Sevier, Maria Vacratsis, Colin Fox, Lorri Bagley, Lynn Cunningham, David Calderisi, Sven Van de Ven, Errol Sitahal, Marc Strange, Michael Ewing, Adrian Truss, Christopher John, Henry Gomez, Lindsay Leese, Camilla Scott, Bunty Webb, Marilyn Boyle, Gino Marrocco, Gil Filar, Jonathan Wilson, Sandi Stahlbrand, Ron James, Brian Kaulback, Mark Ingram, Jim Codrington, Pat Moffatt, Raymond Hunt, Robbie Rox, Jerry Schaefer, Taylor Segal, John Farley, Kevin P. Farley, Rob Lowe, and of course Jordan-Patrick Marcantonio.

Buddy Guy: At Home and Acoustic

Seventh Hour Blues Magazine Presents Buddy Guy. Featuring Buddy at home talking about how he performs through the crowd and sometimes pays a visit to the Ladies room via his wireless guitar. Also included is a short clip of Buddy playing "Big Leg Woman" on Acoustic. A song he did with Muddy Waters on Muddy's album "Folk Singer" Get the whole video and interview with the purchase of the Buddy Guy issue of Seventh Hour Blues.

Galactic Mail

The galaxy ain't big enough for two logistics companies.

Galactic Mail is a project by Jonathan Vuillemin AKA Motraboy Douglas Lassance, AKA Asterokid; produced at The Mill in 2008.