There is nothing more delightful than watching birds in your own back yard, and even if you live in one of Britain’s bustling towns or cities, it’s a pleasure that nature affords us all. With almost three million adults taking an active interest in bird watching and the numbers increasing almost daily, this is becoming a hugely popular past time that truly does benefit both the watcher and the watched. This program has been designed to assist and inspire the urban birdwatcher to make the most of viewing the wildlife, quite literally, on their own doorstep. Although it’s not essential to name a bird to enjoy watching it, most people with an interest in ornithology like to be able to make an accurate identification. With the help of up close and personal images of the most common species to be found across the nation, and a few of the rarer birds that you have an outside chance of spotting in more urban environments, you can increase your knowledge, or if you prefer, simply enjoy watching these beautifully filmed birds. With tips on accurate identification and techniques for attracting the maximum number of bird species into view, there is something for everyone. Discover the value of Live Foods, investigate the provision of nesting boxes and find out why no birdwatcher should ever be without a supply of Black Sunflower seeds.
In this sexy parody, six bodacious babes battle it out on the island of Butta Cheeka to be the last scantily clad woman standing. Five former Penthouse models and a Playboy Playmate star in this hilarious and risqué island competition.
This ear whispered and soft spoken sleep meditation uses metaphors of your thoughts, state of consciousness and emotional state to knock you out and have vivid dreams. This hypnosis-like induction…
William Shatner narrates this intimate story of a young man and a young elephant living in Thailand. Wok and his elephant Nong Mai share a life of struggle and street begging in gritty Bangkok. Their tender bond reveals a complex relationship where elephants live with humans even though they are wild animals. One day the opportunity comes to release Nong Mai to the wild. Can an elephant who has only known a life of captivity survive in the forest? While the lens never strays from its focus of protecting the endangered Asian elephant from exploitation and extinction, this provocative and bittersweet film is a surprising view into the paradoxes of elephants in captivity, dismantling common beliefs about the age-old relationship between human and elephant. Despite imminent threats to the future of Asian elephants, the opportunity for Nong Mai’s survival may be a happy ending that offers hope for all.
From the director of the Peabody Award-winning film Human Harvest, comes a gripping documentary about spiritual persecution in communist China. To escape torture and brainwashing in China’s notorious prison system, three women must navigate a treacherous passageway through the Burmese jungle on their journey toward freedom. As the decades-long crackdown on Falun Gong practitioners continues to claim thousands of victims, they must rely on their wits, courage and the compassion of strangers to survive. Armed with only a road map and a desire for justice, staying behind means certain death, but the road ahead holds no promises.
“Based on Genesis 28 and the story of Jacob waking up to realize he was already in the presence of God, “Wake Up The Wonder” is a prayer for the modern church; a prayer for revival. Pastor Steven Furtick, Lead Pastor of Elevation Church encourages believers to rediscover the wonder of God’s presence, and be inspired to worship in every moment as they open their eyes to see the evidence of His faithfulness.
This presentation of the full-length concert, recorded live in front of an electrified crowd of 13,000 at Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, NC, on August 1, 2014, captures the energetic and passionate atmosphere of worship that evening, which has become the hallmark of the Elevation Worship experience. This live concert film contains 14 new worship anthems, including upbeat songs centered on freedom and celebration (Look How He Lifted Me, Already Won, Unstoppable God) as well as powerful moments of reflection and gratefulness (Jesus I Come, The King Is Among Us). These are congregational anthems for the global church, celebrating a risen, living and active God.”
Ryan discovers his friend Brent is the father of one of his girlfriends twins babies and that he date raped her at a party over the summer. With college around the corner he will stop at nothing to clear his name.