This rarely seen early televised version of George Orwell's novel "Nineteen Eighty-four" seems no less relevant today. It was made by the BBC in 1954 and features noted actors Peter Cushing and Donald Pleasence. It was hugely controversial when it came out, and though it may seem tame today, it may have you thinking twice the next time you sit down at your "workstation"... Part 1 of 22.
The Prince of Wales' Accounting for Sustainablity project is offering two concrete intervention options for companies and their policies, which lead not only to tangible profits, but also help to reduce the supply chains.
It is some men's great dream to explore the world. Today we present Solar Impulse 2, an aircraft, powered only by the sun that will attempt the first solar flight around the world. What is Solar Impulse? The only airplane of perpetual endurance, able to fly day and night on solar power, without a drop of fuel. Get more information here about the project.
President Obama drops by a meeting with YouTube personalities to learn about how they're using YouTube to connect with an audience of millions of people and to discuss why it's important for young people to visit HealthCare.gov and learn more.
Jimmy Carter interviews Chevy Chase as they talk together about his role as Clark Griswold in the National Lampoon's Vacation movies. Carter guesses that Chase has spent at least two years of his life playing Clark and that he must share some qualities with him.
Kai Lenny is a beast of an athlete. There is nothing he can’t do. This series of Naish Kiteboarding follows 19 year-old Kai as he continues to progress in surfing, windsurfing, and kitesurfing, and continues to push himself to new extremes.
What actually are planets, asteroids and dwarf planets? Here, Dr. Robert Hurt from the Spitzer Science Center in California, touches upon this intriguing question. In addition, he addresses the status of Pluto and how it recently came to pass that, what was once considered our solar system's most distant planet, has recently been demoted and... why? Enjoy!
In this second half, The Prince of Wales and The Duke of Cambridge follow up by sharing some of the things that are being done to combat the wildlife trade and encouraging the listener to take action. They end by speaking the phrase "Let's unite for wildlife" in Vietnamese, Mandarin, Swahili, Spanish, Arabic and English.
The Prince of Wales and The Duke of Cambridge talk about the unprecedented levels of killing of endangered species like elephants, which are killed at a rate of 100 per day. They also highlight the grave threat the illegal wildlife trade poses to the economic and political stability in many areas around the world and make a plea for the public to support those organisations that are working to put an end to the trade.