Parkour: Extreme Game of Tag

Parkour video by Neil Stewart, AKA Scotskid.

Shot on location in the city of Edinburgh, Scotland.

Soundtrack: "Body Movin' (Fatboy Slim Remix)" by The Beastie Boys.


Boulevard of Broken Dreams: Mitch Hedberg

The E! special on Mitch Hedberg's life and death. It gives a great perspective from his family and comedians. RIP Mitch Hedberg.

RT 12:22, aired 5 February 2007 (Season 1, Episode 3).


Marry Me

Directed by Michelle Lehman, last year's Tropfest Australia winning film, Marry Me, tells a little love story about "a little girl who likes a little boy and a little boy who likes his BMX bike". The film was inspired by a true story when director, Michelle, at 5 years of age, would chase Jason Mahooney around the school in a pretend wedding dress (her mother's nightie).


Pepe Le Pew: Who Scent You?

A female cat wants to board a French cruise ship. Prior to the ship's departure, she crawls under a freshly-painted, white metal gate and sneaks aboard. The paint from the gate has given her a white stripe on her back that causes everyone to think she's a skunk.

First released 23 April 1960.


Gov. Ann Richards: Growth is Expensive

The late Texas governor talks about urban growth and its costs, fiscal and otherwise.

Outtake from the forthcoming documentary "The Unforeseen." Directed by Laura Dunn and Executive Produced by Terrence Malick and Robert Redford


Bugs Bunny:  Fright Before Christmas

Circa 1979, RT 6:47.

The Tasmanian Devil escapes from a plane and lands in Santa's suit. After taking off in Santa's sleigh he lands on Bugs' roof where he tries to eat everything.

Featuring Bugs, the Tasmanian Devil and Clyde.


Happy Mornings

Shiny happy people try to help you better tolerate mornings.

"You can sleep when you are dead!" Viral for coffee.


Unreported World: Paraguay Painful Harvest

Tanya Datta reports on a nationwide peasant uprising against farmers of genetically-modified soya who are mainly Brazilian and seen as colonists partly responsible for the almost total deforestation of the eastern provinces.

RT 23:53, first aired 7 November 2008.