Videos from UK
Dear Green Thing, if you wrap a granny, do you need to use porous wrapping paper? Regards, Janet Mapplethorpe. Dear Janet, the granny is meant as a metaphor for an old phone or ipod or typewriter or book or jacket or hat or long playing record, but if you do want to give a granny for Xmas, yes, use porous wrapping paper. Love from Green Thing.
Jesus was born in a simple manger in a bare stable in Bethlehem. Perhaps this was because Mary and Joseph knew that it just would have been wrong to surround God's son with the conspicuous consumption that defines many peoples lives today. Perhaps every now and again we can choose to revel in the glory of an old thing rather than a new thing, and do the planet a favour too With huge thanks to Partizan, London
A film by Green Thing <email@example.com> If you turn your lights off and look at it, the night sky is basically one giant dot-to-dot. The ancients joined those dots to make things they thought were important such as water-carriers and lions. Green Thing has joined up those dots to make things that are far more important today -- things like salty snacks and great Arsenal goals.
A film from Green Thing <firstname.lastname@example.org> This film is about the way you see more when you walk - in this case, the way you look at road signs. The director didn't drive anywhere to shoot any of these road signs. Most of them he walked to and one of them was in Norway and turned out to be quite a long walk especially carrying a camera. The script is by Naresh Ramchandani, the music is by Marc Folan and the voiceover is Paul Berczeller.
Andy McIntosh is a Professor of thermodynamics. In this talk he examines the structures that enable creatures to fly. He asks could these structures have arisen gradually by natural selection or do they make up a system, where each part is needed fully formed, before the others are of use? This talk starts by looking at bird navigation and ends by comparing the lungs of birds with those of dinosaurs. This is a fascinating exploration of flight.
training video intended for instructors using the Blackboard Learning System
Clean Slate, along with the United Nations, Getty Images and Global Cool, are founding supporters of MTV Switch. Agencies WK12, 180 Amsterdam, Lowe, Ogilvy, Y&R and Cake all created copyright free idents to make MTV's young audience more environmentally aware. Encouraging all to 'Switch' off. For more information please visit... mtvswitch.org