Drink Drive Office Party Cartoon (1964) | BFI National Archive
Drink Drive Office Party Cartoon (1964) | BFI National Archive Subscribe: http://bit.ly/subscribetotheBFI. Watch more Christmas Crackers on the BFI Player: http://bit.ly/13bqy6F The Xmas office party was as boozy in 1964 as any today, but it was another three years before drink drive laws were introduced. This photo montage film was shot in the producers' offices, and prominently features their head of advertising. More alarming is the final message which, while avoiding the shock tactics of la
Greenhouse Gas Lessons
Set of climate change lesson plans for grades 4-6
Lena Horne and Muppets Sing The Alphabet
In this Sesame Street clip, Lena Horne sings the traditional alphabet song (first slow, then, twice fast) with the Muppets. (The video is just slightly blurry, but still enjoyable.) (01:40)
How to Locate the Big and Little Dippers
The Big Dipper and the Little Dipper are asterisms that are a part of
the constellations Ursa Major and Ursa Minor, respectively. Look for the Big Dipper and the Little Dipper in the northern sky and this two minute video helps find these. A good video, but the graphics are weak.
How to Locate the North Star
This is a video tutorial for beginning stargazers. In this video, the viewer will learn how to find the North Star. (02:05)
Introduction to Sikhism
This video is a good overview of Sikhism is explained in an articulate, cogent way. Most of its major tenets are described. The only problem with the video is that it was recorded on the left channel only, so on headphones, it sounds out of your left side only. (9:40)
Eureka! shows viewers how a pulley works to lift a heavy object. If you double the number of ropes supporting the weight, you double the mechanical advantage. Eureka was a series of short cartoons on physics that ran on public television in the 1980's. The video explains the concept in simple and well illustrated way. Good for students of any elementary school level.
Days of the Week Song
Sing-a-long to this familiar classroom days of the week song! Slide show with days of the week sung to the tune of Oh My Darling Clementine. (:21)
Design by the Book - Episode 3
Episode 3 - The New York Public Library holds a wealth of unexpected sources of inspiration for artists and designers—from vintage valentines and textile patterns, to fabric samples and turn-of-the-century menus from around the world. For this online-only miniseries, Design by the Book, the Library partnered with the leading design blog Design*Sponge to invite five New York City–based artists to sift through our collections in search of inspiration. Watch as the artists, who range from a gla
Interview with Professor Christoph von Fürer-Haimendorf
Professor Christoph von Fürer-Haimendorf was one of the grandfathers of Himalayan anthropology. Alan Macfarlane, one of his last PhD students at the School of Oriental and African Studies and now himself Professor of Anthropological Science at the Univesity of Cambridge, interviewed Christoph von Fürer-Haimendorf in his house in Lode, near Cambridge, in June 1983. The interview was filmed on Sony U-Matic, a large format video tape, which is now obsolete but which has been digitised to DVCam, a
Unusual Modes of Transportation
Everything from camels, elephants, reed boats, to gasoline powered vehicles, this short video stretches the students' imagination as to what transportation is and how the environment influences it. (1:25)
Iguazu - The Most Spectacular Waterfalls in the World Between Argentina and Brazil you can see the most beautiful waterfalls of the world: Iguazu Falls.
Between Argentina and Brazil you can see the most beautiful waterfalls of the world: Iguazu Falls.
The Brain of the Future
The Graduate School Centre at the University of Nottingham was formally opened on 12th October 2006 by Baroness Susan Greenfield, Director of the Royal Institution of Great Britain and Fullerian Professor of Physiology and Comparative Anatomy at Oxford University. In this key note speech, Baroness Greenfield considers how humans will communicate and learn in the future, as technology becomes increasingly sophisticated, and the pace of change within society becomes ever faster.
The train that keeps Mauritania connected - 19 April 08
The West African country of Mauritania is host to one of the longest trains in the world.The train is mainly used to transport iron ore from the mines to ports on the Atlantic Ocean.
Ernie and Bert Play a Rhyming Game - Sesame Street
Ernie wants to play a rhyming game, but Bert doesn't at the beginning of this video. As the game continues, it turns into a song, and Bert begins to enjoy it. The rhyming game ends just as Bert is starting to enjoy it!
Tractors descend upon Bangkok
Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More than 2,000 farmers on tractors and other farming vehicles role into Bangkok, demanding payment from Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and international news. For over 160 years, Reuters has maintained
The Making of a Nation - The 13 Colonies
This five minute video has a very slow start. The slide show is set to music and statements are written on the screen for the viewer to read. No narration. Shows each colonies and its shield. This video could also be used as a model for student created videos. (04:30)
Palestinian police disperse Hebron Hamas supporters
Hamas supporters in Hebron protesting Israeli air strikes against militants are dispersed by Palestinian security forces, who said their night demonstration was illegal. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including busi
Environmental Science : What Pollutes the Air?
Pollution in the air can be caused by substances that are both man-made and natural compounds. Find out how air pollution can be caused by volcanic eruptions with help from the chair of a department of environmental studies in this video on air pollution.
Expert: Jack Hall
Bio: Dr. Jack Hall is the department chair in the department of environmental studies at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.
Filmmaker: Rendered Communications