Saturday, February 28, 2009

Hitler's Henchmen II Mengele - The Dr. Of Death

Josef Mengele (March 16, 1911 - February 7, 1979), was a German SS officer and a physician in the Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau. He gained notoriety chiefly for being one of the SS physicians who supervised the selection of arriving transports of prisoners, determining who was to be killed and who was to become a forced labourer, and for performing human experiments on camp inmates, amongst whom Mengele was known as the Angel of Death.

After the war, he first hid in Germany under an assumed name, then escaped and lived in South America, first in Argentina (until 1959) and finally in Brazil, where he accidentally drowned. This was confirmed using DNA testing on his remains.



History Channel - The SS Death Heads

They were regarded as the elite of the SS and were the perpetrators of the most diabolic crimes. They were completely subservient to Hitler and became the most willing tool for his genocide.
Following orders loyally and relentlessly, the Death's Head battalions of the SS implemented the murderous deeds which the Fuhrer demanded of them. Their badge was the death's head on the right collar-patch of their uniform.
Originally created as guards for the regime's concentration camps, the special unit of the SS under SS Gruppenfuhrer Eicke was then deployed whenever particular cruelty and absolute devotion to duty were required.
The four standards of the Death's Head SS, each of 9,000 men respectively, were responsible for the implementation of mass genocide in the Nazi extermination camps as well as for military actions characterized by incredible brutality.
The selection and training of the "party soldiers", most of them very young men, were designed from the very beginning to purge them of human compassion and a capacity for independent thought.
Until the very end, the men with the death's head emblem were deployed in the focal points of the war. Not until the 9th May 1945, in Vienna, did they surrender - when the "Thousand Year Reich", for which they had fought tenaciously and without mercy, was in ruins.
The film shows how people, who were originally by no means of a particularly extreme disposition, were schooled to place themselves, body and soul, in the service of unimaginable barbarity - and how or if these atrocities weighed upon the consciences of these willing henchmen.

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Secrets Aegean Apocalypse (History Channel), What happened in 1200 bc ?

Around 1,200 BC, an ancient Armageddon destroyed nearly every known civilization.

What could have caused it?

The theories are many, but most now include one mysterious and massively destructive factor--a force only the Egyptians survived to name: The Sea People.
Who were these warriors and how could they take down the world's greatest powers in a span of just 50 years?
Scale the dizzying heights of Crete's mountain fortress with archaeologist Krzysztof Nowicki as he searches for clues.

In this fabulous documentary, we use recently uncovered clues to unravel the myriad mysteries behind the greatest cataclysm of the ancient world.
A clay tablet baked by apocalyptic fires; strange stone fortresses built hundreds of miles above sea level; hieroglyphs that tell of a terrifying invasion.
Are these the clues that will unravel the mystery behind the greatest cataclysm of the ancient world?



Alba Sotorra - Miradas desveladas aka Unveiled Views

Miradas desveladas aka Unveiled Views (2008)
Subtitles: English, Spanish and Catalan .srt

What’s life really like for women in the Islamic world? To what extent is our opinion of them based on Western prejudice? We profile five remarkable women who challenge conventional stereotypes. Alma clears landmines in Bosnia while Eren fights for human rights in Turkey. In contrast, the Iranian director, Rakhshan; Pakistani dancer, Nahid, and Moshgan, a poet from Afghanistan, all use art to express their viewpoints.


Friday, February 27, 2009

Discovery Channel-Mega World - Dubai

What does it take to build the largest artificial islands in the world? How are 65,000 fish moved from the Arabian Sea to the world’s largest aquarium? How can a joystick and a robot impact the outcome of a camel race?

These engineering and technological mysteries are explored in the latest installment in Discovery Channel’s groundbreaking original MegaWorld series.

MegaWorld: Dubai examines some of the innovations that are pushing the emirate to the forefront of engineering, construction and emergency preparedness.

From a small trading port to a thriving economic hub and the most populous region in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Dubai is quickly proving it is more than just a striking locale but a dynamic region on the cutting edge of exotic engineering.

Hosted by Kevin Brauch (da Vinci: Unlocking the Genius, Thirsty Traveller), this fascinating one-hour special examines a world of firsts for the emirate including the world’s largest artificial islands and the world’s largest open water aquarium.

Each story explains how these large-scale projects have come to fruition and the how the region’s infrastructure has been designed to support the vast expansion in Dubai. Aside from their achievements in engineering, construction and tourism, find out how the emirate is using technology to benefit everything from policing to recreational camel racing.



Discovery Channel- The Lost Temples Of India, Very Good Documentary!

You wont believe your eyes when you see this!



Wednesday, February 25, 2009

BBC-Iran and the West

Iran and the West (2009) - Episode 1: The Man who Changed the World

Militant Islam enjoyed its first modern triumph with the arrival in power of Ayatollah Khomeini in Iran in 1979. In this series of three programmes, key figures tell the inside story.

Former US president Jimmy Carter talks on television for the first time about the episode that, more than any other, led American voters to eject him from the presidency. Iran's seizure of the US embassy in Tehran and the holding of its staff for 444 days took more and more of Carter's time and energy. His final days in office were dominated by desperate attempts to secure the release of the embassy hostages. Those who sat in the White House with him, planning how to rescue the hostages, how to negotiate their release and, finally, wondering whether anything could be rescued from the disaster, all tell their part in the story.

Other contributors include former vice president Walter Mondale, ex-deputy secretary of state Warren Christopher and former national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski. The other side of the story is told by top Iranians: Ayatollah Khomeini's close adviser, Grand Ayatollah Montazeri; his first foreign minister, Ebrahim Yazdi; his negotiator with the US, Sadeq Tabatabai; and the founder of Iran's Revolutionary Guard, Mohsen Rafiqdoust.

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National Geographic - Inside the U.S. Secret Service

Even though they are frequently seen flanking presidential convoys in their trademark dark suits and sunglasses, little is truly known about the insulated world of the United States Secret Service. National Geographic’s Inside series delves deep into the inner workings of the secretive organization for an unprecedented behind-the-scenes look at the upper echelons of national security.



Monday, February 23, 2009

Discovery Channel -Artifacts: The Mystery of Porcelain

Eng subtitles srt

When pieces of Chinese porcelain were first seen in the West, they were so rare and exquisite that they very quickly became more valuable than gold. Why? Because Europeans really had no idea how porcelain was made, and the medieval Italian merchants who first brought porcelain to Europe couldn't believe it was man made. The only thing that they could compare it to was a cowry shell, because a cowry shell has that same exquisite smooth surface as a piece of porcelain. In Italian, a cowry shell is called a "Porcellino" - a little pig - because it kind of looks like a little suckling pig, hence our word 'porcelain'. The Europeans were immediately obsessed with the secret of porcelain manufacture, leading to all kinds of crazy theories: Some thought it was crushed eggshells; others thought it was a special fish paste, which they would leave to ripen in the earth for one hundred years. No wonder it would be centuries before Europeans would even begin to unravel the great mystery of porcelain. It took the Chinese themselves thousands of years to discover the secret of porcelain - the product of a search for perfection which began more than six millennia ago.


Discovery Channel-Artifacts: Sacred Spaces

Artifacts: Sacred Spaces
Eng subtitles srt |

A very long time ago, far away in China, a villager living along the banks of the Yellow River built a simple mud hut to shelter his family. Thousands of years later in the year 1420, the empire's best craftsmen put the final touches on the ultimate masterpiece of Chinese architecture - the Temple of Heaven. Chinese buildings evolved from simple shelters into complex, magnificent structures with great, swooping roofs, stately columns, and rich detail. Between this simple mud hut and this amazingly complex structure - its every detail full of cosmological symbolism - is a tale of emperors, monks, scholars and genius craftsmen - a story which explains an architectural tradition of great beauty and flexibility. And to start this story at the beginning, we have to leap back two millennia, to when the brilliant tyrant Qin Shihuang becomes the first emperor of a unified China.


Discovery Channel-Artifacts: A Brush with Wisdom

Artifacts: A Brush with Wisdom
Eng subtitles srt|
When Westerners first discovered Chinese paintings, they could not see their value. They wouldn't even acknowledge them as art. But, as Confucius noted, it is possible to look without seeing. If you learn to see beyond the surface of these paintings, you will discover their real beauty and find the deepest truths of the Chinese philosophies of life. Enter the hidden world of Chinese painting. What makes a Chinese painting so distinctive, so immediately recognizable as Chinese? Is it the subject matter that Chinese artists chose to paint? Is it the different tools and techniques that they used? Or is it how they saw what they were looking at? How do we begin to understand this unique painting tradition which has survived virtually unchanged for so many centuries? Well, in China, they say to understand painting you need to understand calligraphy - the art of writing Chinese characters with a brush.
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Sunday, February 22, 2009

Ross Kemp on Gangs Part Four Rio de Janeiro

Ross Kemp travels to the violent favellas of Rio de Janeiro where gang warfare & police hit squads are the norm. Exclusive Interviews with gun toting masked gang members & the real story of police brutality behind the continuing cycle of violence.
As this series progresses the shows get more revealing and a bit more disturbing. I was unaware of such situations as are shown in this episode. I had never even heard of a 'Flavella' yet these are some of the worst living conditions in the western world. These people are segregated by society and forced into a ghetto that makes other more well known 'ghetto's' look like play.
The footage of the police taking a guy behind a van, out of camera view, then shooting him dead on the ground...horrific. yet it happens every day. Every day we sit here browsing uploading, downloading these people are fighting a war with the corrupt officials who make a simple life impossible for them. there is a lot more to it than that I know but..well, just make sure you watch this one!

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Ross Kemp on Gangs Part Three - Orange County, USA

Ross Kemp's investigation into gang culture takes him to California, where behind the sunny idyll lies the home of the Orange County Skins.
PENI, or PEN1, began as a skinhead prison gang & is just starting to branch out into the community, according to Tim Zaal, a consultant with the Simon Wiesenthal Center's task force against hate.
Zaal described PENI as a "crash & burn" skinhead group that has embraced gang culture.
Zaal said PENI members regularly use & sell drugs, sell guns & are known for committing identity fraud. "From what I've seen, they're
really, basically thugs," Zaal said. "These guys are basically a subsidiary of the Aryan Brotherhood," Zaal said of PENI.

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Ross Kemp on Gangs Part Two New Zealand



The Mongrel Mob is a New Zealand gang formed & organised in Petone near Wellington, New Zealand.
Members are predominantly from New Zealand's Maori or Pacific Islander community. The gang currently operates in many cities within New Zealand; some of the most well known chapters include Mongrel Mob Notorious & Mongrel Mob Rogues.
Mob members are notorious for their tattooed faces.

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Ross Kemp on Gangs Part One LONDON



Ross Kemp on Gangs Part One, Series One : LONDON

In 2006 Kemp featured in the series Ross Kemp on Gangs in which he interviewed gang members around the world. In the first series, the show featured gangs & police corruption in Brazil, Maori gangs in
New Zealand, neo-Nazi skinheads in California & gangsters in London. The second series featured gangs including "MS13" from El Salvador, neo-Nazis in Russia, American "Bloods" & "Crips" in St Louis & the
Numbers gang in South Africa.
Although this presenter gets a lot of stick for his not being 'the best' presenter, or having a face like a shocked frog(it's true, he does!), It has to be said that he did this series really well. That is why I am deciding to post it here cos' when I went looking for it I couldn't find all of the episodes in one place! A few here and a few there; on this torrent site and that; to watch on the great googlevideo or similar rubbish; not good enough!
Don't know about you but I HATE watching anything on bloody google video or stuff like that. Why do people upload full programmes and films there just so you can watch it back in glorious FLV!!?? (It is fine if you know how to download the original AVI file from google of course...nice, but not all films there are originally AVI anyway so...)

Anyway back to the topic!
This show is real eye opener for sure. The London one isn't exactly frightening or much like the episode that features Rio, for example but it's worth watching and will get you in the mood for what is to follow.
I will post the whole set of all of the shows in sequence OK.
I hope you enjoy them.

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The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years

The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years (1988), Cult rockumentary series by Penelope Spheeris

Quote from Wikipedia:

... follows the heavy metal scene in Los Angeles, with particular emphasis on the glam metal sub-genre. Spheeris explores the more famous musicians, including Alice Cooper, Aerosmith, Ozzy Osbourne, Dave Mustaine and Paul Stanley. The film also features interviews with members of Poison, Tuff, Vixen, Faster Pussycat, W.A.S.P., and more. Serious issues such as drug usage, alcohol abuse, and censorship are tackled, as well as vanity issues like celebrity and sales.

The film is well-known for its many scenes featuring rock star excess. The scenes include:
  • Chris Holmes of W.A.S.P. is interviewed in a swimming pool beside his mother while extremely intoxicated. He stumbles through the interview, and pours a bottle of vodka both in his mouth and on his head.
  • The unsigned band Odin talks about being more famous than The Doors and expects to become millionaires.
  • An interview with club owner Bill Gazzarri (deceased) who used to organise a 'sexy rock and roll' dance contest.
  • Riki Rachtman and Taime Downe, then owners of the Cathouse club in L.A., discuss how girls get entry to the club faster if they dress 'sleazy'
  • Paul Stanley of Kiss is interviewed in a bed while surrounded from head to toe with girls.
  • Steven Tyler of Aerosmith talks about spending millions of dollars on drugs.
  • As Ozzy Osbourne cooks eggs in a kitchen he spills orange juice all over the table, apparently due to uncontrollable shakes. (However, in a 1999 interview for 'A.V.Club', Spheeris admitted that the orange juice spill was faked and the kitchen was not that of Ozzy Osbourne.) Spheeris also interviews him about sobriety, to which Ozzy replies, "It ****** sucks."
  • Lastly, Spheeris takes her cameras to Sunset Strip to film the nightlife in 1980s Los Angeles.

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The World According To Bush

he World According to Bush is a 2004 French documentary by director William Karel written in cooperation with Eric Laurent about the Bush family, especially George W. Bush. It examines and interviews Bush supporters, including the Christian right, neo-conservatives, and businesspeople, as well as Bush critics. It discusses the history of the Bush family, including Prescott Bush, who was on the board of German-owned companies during the Nazi period. It also shows televised statements made by Bush and his supporters, including Jerry Falwell.

The film features interviews with (in order of appearance):
Michael Ledeen
David Frum
Jim Hoagland, Washington Post
Stanley Hoffmann, Harvard University
Jerry Falwell
James Robison
Ed McAteer
Arnaud de Borchgrave, Washington Post
Robert David Steele, Central Intelligence Agency
James Woolsey
Richard Perle
Robert Baer, Central Intelligence Agency
Anthony Blinken
David Corn, The Nation
Hans Blix
Sam Gwynne, Texas Monthly
Colin Powell
Joseph Wilson
Charles Lewis (journalist), Center for public integrity
Viet Dinh
Norman Mailer
Frank Carlucci, Carlyle Group
Laurent Murawiec, former analyst at Rand Corporation
David Kay




Friday, February 20, 2009

Czech Documentary: “Stolen Kosovo” (included subitles: English and Serbian)

Stolen Kosovo [Uloupene Kosovo, Oteto Kosovo] is a Czech TV documentary.

State-owned Czech co-produced Vaclav Dvorak’s Stolen Kosovo prior to the Czech Government’s recognition of the mafia state on Serbian territory, and then banned it after that recognition.

According to the Czech daily Aktualne, representatives of Czech TV justified their refusal to show the one-hour documentary about the suffering of the Serbs in Kosovo-Metohija province by claiming the documentary is “unbalanced” and marked with “pro-Serbian bias”, and so “the tone of the documentary could cause negative emotions”. To which Dvorak responded that the same could be said for “Holocaust documentaries, where the Nazi Germany ’side’ and ‘views’ were also appropriately ignored”.

The makers of Stolen Kosovo said that while the Serbian television archives were used in some segments of the film, not a penny was received from Serbia or from Serbs in the making of the documentary. At the same time, they have challenged the censors to point to a single statement, image or a segment that is incorrect or false, with no response.

The film which was first scheduled to be shown on March 17, 2008 — the anniversary of the latest pogrom against Kosovo-Metohija Serbs in 2004 — and than delayed until April, but has still not been aired. The Czech Government recognized Kosovo as a State May 21.



2012. Science Or Superstition

December 21, 2012: the end date of the sophisticated Long Count Calendar
created by the ancient Maya in central America. Countless books and websites,
magazine articles and newspaper headlines debate its meaning, with
enthusiasts in two camps: those forecasting apocalypse the end of time and
those who see a coming renewal, a rebirth of consciousness. Adding fuel to
the debate, some scientists see the increasing number of natural disasters
in recent years as evidence of a catastrophic climax of events in 2012. How
much of what we're hearing is science and how much is superstition? In this
film the leading researchers, writers and scientists in the field tell us
exactly what this date means to them, why it's important, and what we
should expect.



Wednesday, February 18, 2009

The Secret Behind The Secret Societies

Much has been written on secret societies and there are numerous speculations as to which powers control them. The nature of secrecy is such that the real power behind the power should remain exactly that-Secret. In this lecture, clear evidence is provided to show who really stands behind the throne of Earthly power.

Talks much about many things not spoken of in other films -TD


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Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Food Matters (2008), DVDRip Documentary

Let's take small steps towards a healthier life and a healthier you!

Food can be your best friend! Discover how you can Detox, Lose Weight, Reverse Diabetes, Conquer Cancer, Beat Heart Disease, Ditch Depression and more using a nutritional approach. It's not as hard as you think!

Food Matters is a feature length documentary film informing you on the best choices you can make for you and your family's health. In a collection of interviews with leading Nutritionists, Naturopaths, Scientists, M.D.'s and Medical Journalists you will discover…
• The importance of Nutrition and the Gerson Therapy for treating Cancer whether you have just been diagnosed or are facing stage 4 (IV)
• Natural remedies and foods for Depression and Mental Illness without the harmful side effects of Prozac and other dangerous and addictive drugs
• How Raw Foods and Detoxification can help you lose weight fast and keep it off
• Natural alternatives for lowering Cholesterol Levels and beating Heart Disease without expensive drugs and surgery
• How to choose the most ideal foods for optimum health, abundant energy and longevity




Hamas: Behind the Mask (2005)

Description: This one-hour journalistic exploration by acclaimed documentary filmmaker Shelley Saywell takes the viewer beyond the headlines and into the daunting, determined minds and hearts of Hamas, a movement formed in 1987 with one declared aim - to destroy the hard-won New State of Israel through Jihad: through applied resistance to Israel’s occupation of what Palestinians perceived - and perceive - as their ancestral land.

Saywell and her small, two-person crew spent many months securing unprecedented access to not only the current leaders of Hamas, but also to one-on-one interviews with insightful, knowledgeable Israelis and Palestinians not often heard from. A crucially important resource was consultant Olivia Ward, a veteran Toronto Star journalist whose intimate knowledge of, and credibility within, the region proved invaluable.

Hamas: Behind the Mask captures Hamas at a transformative moment in its relatively short history, when in process of shifting from an internationally - condemned terrorist organization that has claimed many Israeli lives to a legitimate contender for popular political status on that same world stage.

In Saywell’s Behind the Mask there are no clearly identifiable monsters: only competing claimants to a harshly, passionately contested strip of land. Viewers may find themselves shedding tears for all those claimants, here: both hopeful Jewish Israelis who have seen those hopes of peace and security in the promised land dashed, and Palestinians who feel marginalized, disenfranchised and betrayed.



Sunday, February 15, 2009

BBC Documentaries-Conquistadors

The Spanish conquest of the Americas in the sixteenth century was one of the most cataclysmic events in history. Spanish expeditions had to endure the most unbelievable hardships to open up the lands of the New World. Few stories, if any, in history match these for sheer drama, endurance and distance covered. In conquistadors Michael Woods travels in the footsteps of some of the greatest of the Spanish adventures, from Amazonia to Lake Titicaca, and from the desserts of North Mexico to the heights of Macchu Picchu.

Episode 1: The Fall of the Aztecs

Hernan Cortes left Cuba in 1519 seeking riches in the island to the west. Instead he discovered, and ultimately destroyed, a hitherto unknown civilization. Join Micheal Wood as he retraces this fateful expedition. Read Spanish eyewitness accounts that describe the conquistadors' awe at the Aztec achievements and the lust for native treasure. Learn the Aztec' side of the story by scrolling trough pictographs that tell of the agonizing fall of the empire.

Episode 2: The Conquest of the Incas

Fancisco Pizarro hoped to find great riches in the land of the Inca when he set off on his third voyage to the new world in 1527. Travel back in time with Michael Wood and learn how Pizarro ransomed the life of a king for a room full of gold and silver. Trough letter and drawings from the 16th century and film from modern-day south America, discover this remarkable story of greed, faith, dishonor and valor.

Episode 3: The Search for El Dorado

Francisco de Orellana failed to find El Dorado, but discovered the amazon. Early in 1541, a rumor swept Quito that beyond the mountains, there lay a land richer than Mexico, or even Peru - a land of gold. The ruler of this land was so rich that he covered himself with gold dust every day and washed it off every evening. He was "the golden man", El Dorado. They had tree goals: to find La Canela, the land of cinnamon: to assess new lands for colonization; and to find El Dorado. On march 1541, They marched eastwards with more that 200 Spanish troops and thousands of native servants.

Episode 4: All World is Human

Cabeza de Vaca was shipwrecked off the coast of Texas in 1528 and lived with Indians for eight years. Upon his return to Spain, he wrote a book based on his experiences. His tale is one of empathy and respect for the Indians. Follow along as Michael Wood traces his journey.


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BBC Documentaries-Terry Jones' Barbarians

Terry Jones' Barbarians is a 4-part TV documentary series first broadcast on BBC 2 in 2006. It was presented and written by Terry Jones, challenging the received Roman and Roman Catholic notion of the barbarian. It could be compared to his earlier series Terry Jones' Medieval Lives in that it questions aspects of history that everyone takes for granted.

So you think you know everything about the Romans? They gave us sophisticated road systems, chariots and the modern-day calendar. And of course they had to contend with barbarian hordes who continually threatened the peace, safety and prosperity of their Empire. Didn't they?

Terry Jones' Barbarians takes a completely fresh approach to Roman history. Not only does it offer us the chance to see the Romans from a non-Roman perspective, it also reveals that most of the people written off by the Romans as uncivilized, savage and barbaric were in fact organized, motivated and intelligent groups of people, with no intentions of overthrowing Rome and plundering its Empire.

In his new book and the accompanying four-part BBC Two television series Terry Jones argues that we have been sold a false history of Rome that has twisted our entire understanding of our own history. Terry asks what did the Romans ever do for us?

This is the story of Roman history as seen by the Britons, Gauls, Germans, Greeks, Persians and Africans. The Vandals didn't vandalize - the Romans did. The Goths didn't sack Rome - the Romans did. Attila the Hun didn't go to Constantinople to destroy it, but because the Emperor's daughter wanted to marry him. And far from civilizing the societies they conquered the Romans often destroyed much of what they found.

Terry Jones travels round the geography of the Roman Empire and through 700 years of history - bringing wit, irreverence, passion and the very latest scholarship to transform our view of the legacy of the Roman Empire and the creation of the modern world.

Welcome to history from a different point of view...

01 - The Primitive Celts

02 - The Savage Goths

03 - The Brainy Barbarians

04 - The End of The World


Discovery Channel Documentaries-Diamond Road 3 Part Series (2007)

Part 1: The Dream
We learn about the history of the industry and the clever marketing which have made diamonds such an important part of our lives. We also meet a diverse cast of characters who all have a diamond dream, a miner in the impoverished country of Sierra Leone trying desperately to support his family on less than 3 dollars a day, an industry leader moved by the plight of the miners in Sierra Leone who is trying to create a market for fair trade diamonds, a former US General who has started his own virtual mine, a veteran geologist who's still hunting for his very own diamond discovery in Northern Canada and a conflicted Yellowknives Dene Chief who fears that the money his people are making from the diamond mines in Canada may cost them their traditions.
Part 2: The Stone that Divides
In the second instalment of Diamond Road we travel to New York, South Africa and Sierra Leone, all places along the diamond pipeline that have been marked by the dark and the light of diamond history. In South Africa, the birthplace of the modern day diamond story, we meet Maria Farmer and Willem Diergaardt who are fighting to reclaim their land and the diamonds that sit on top of it. This is the new South Africa, emerging from the shadows of apartheid, rewriting the wrongs of the past, in which diamonds divided the haves from the have-nots, Black from White.
Part 3: The Arrival
In this last episode of Diamond Road we crisscross the globe, following both the small and the epic journeys of four characters. Manoj, a thirteen year old child polisher from India who leaves his village and his fathers cotton farm to apprentice in the diamond cutting factories of Surat, now a major diamond centre. We also meet Akshay and Arjav Mehta, whose Blue Star Group is one of the largest diamond manufacturing companies in the world. We follow the story of Andy Cohens diamond, an old, challenging stone that Andy won at the Christies auction in New York City.

Part 1: The Dream

Part 2: The Stone that Divides
Part 3: The Arrival


Discovery Channel Documentaries-Most Evil - season 1

Section Profiles:
Susan Smith, John List, Nathaniel Bar-Jonah, Dennis Rader
Ted Bundy, John Wayne Gacy, Gary Ridgway, Tommy Lynn Sells
Marybeth Tinning, Susan Smith, Gwendolyn Graham and Cathy Wood, Aileen Wuornos, Theresa Knorr
Charles Ng and Leonard Lake, Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka, Ian Brady and Myra Hindley
Ed Gein, Gary Heidnik, Arthur Shawcross
Jerry Brudos, Jeffrey Dahmer, David Parker Ray, Westley Allan Dodd
Charles Whitman, Arthur Shawcross, Ed Gein, Gary Heidnik
Nathaniel Bar-Jonah, Cathy Wood, Cindy Hendy, David Parker Ray, Tommy Lynn Sells, Leonard Lake

Episode 01 - Killer Lies

Episode 02 - Cold-Blooded Killers

Episode 03 - Murderous Women

Episode 04 - Parents In Crime

Episode 05 - Psychotic Killers

Episode 06 - Deadly Desires

Episode 07 - Science Of Murder

Episode 08 - Up Close


Friday, February 13, 2009

The Legendary Schumacher

The Legendary Schumacher
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Genre: Sport

About the film: Magnificent compilation of all the most important moments of the career of legendary racer Michael Schumacher, starting from the cart before the last race

"..and now...we have.....only memories.....many memories...."
The Legendary SCHUMACHER
"a tribute to Michael Schumacher"

Only Music sound with these songs:
- Intro (The Prolugue, 4th Mason)
- The Born (Wild Child, Enya)
- Kart, F.Koning, F.3, Macau GP, Sportcars Group C (Dreaming my Dreams, Cranberries)
- 1991/92/93, Jordan and Benetton, the beginning (Hand I Hand, Magnus Uggla)
- 1994/1995, The first two world titles with Benetton(Dosed, Red Hot Chili Peppers)
- 1996, First Year in Ferrari (Walk of Life, Dire Straits)
- Corinna (She's Always a Woman, Billy Joel)
- 1997, The battle Vs Jacques Villeneuve (In my life, The Ramsus)
- 1998, The battle Vs Mika Hakkinen (Phonograph record, Mason Williams)
- 1998, The battle Vs Mika Hakkinen (Time of your life, Green Day)
- 1999, A fantastic start! (Dream On, Nazareth)
- 1999, Silverstone (Parsifal Prelude, Wagner)
- 1999, The return (Ready to go, Republica)
- 2000, Amazing start (Torn, Natalie Imbruglia)
- 2000, The battle Vs Mika Hakkinen II (I need a hero, Bonnie Tyler)
- 2000, Monza (November Rain, Guns N' Roses)
- 2000, Indianapolis (Shotting star, Hercules)
- 2000, Suzuka 8th October (On a night like this, )
- 2000, 3rd World Championship (Now we are free, H.Zimmer & L.Gerrard)
- 2001, A new great year (The Rock Show, Blink182)
- 2001, 4th Time (Friday I'm in love, The Cure)
- 2002, New year, new battles (Just be good to me, Karmah)
- 2002, Only red, only records (Give a lil live, Bob Sinclar)
- 2002, Magny Cours (So far away, Staind)
- 2002, 5th World Championship like Fangio (Southampton, James Horner)
- 2002, Records on records (We close our eyes, Go West)
- 2002, A magic year (Southampton, James Horner)
- 2003, Difficult start (Raindrops keeps falling on my head, B.J.Thomas)
- 2003, Sad race (Born free, Hans Zimmer)
- 2003, The new car flying (Best friends, Hans Zimmer)
- 2003, Hot Summer (Speed of Sound, Coldplay)
- 2003, The battle Vs Juan Pablo Montoya (Hips don't lie, Shakira)
- 2003, Amazing Indy (Scatman, The Scatman)
- 2003, Michael wins again (Words)
- 2004, Red Domination (Dieser Weg, Xavier Naidoo)
- 2004, Red Domination (The Road to Hell, Chris Rea)
- 2004, Red Domination (Hold the line, Toto)
- 2004, Red Domination (Eye of the Tiger, Survive)
- 2004, 7th time (Right said Fred, Stand Up)
- 2005, Bad year (Bad day, REM)
- 2006, Original Sound Onboard Pole Lap Bahrain Qualifying Q3
- 2006, The battle Vs Fernando Alonso (The last time, Keane)
- 2006, The last Monza race (I can fly, Gabrielle)
- 2006, Original Sound Monza Post Race Press Conference
- 2006, Career flashbacks - Shanghai - Suzuka - Interlagos (Follow me)
- 2006, Goodbye at Ferrari World Finals (My Immortal, Evanescence)
- Thanks Michael! (Never an absolution, James Horner)
- Bonus Track "Legendary Album" (Senza Parole, Vasco Rossi)


Shine a Light - The Rolling Stones (2008)

(Docu musical) Shine a Light - The Rolling Stones (2008)

USA 04 April 2008
Director Martin SCORSESE

CastChristina Aguilera, Byrdie Bell, Blondie Chaplin, Gary Cherkassky, Bill Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Lisa Fischer, Buddy Guy, Mick Jagger, Darryl Jones ...

Shine a Light is a 2008 documentary film directed by Martin Scorsese documenting two 2006 performances that took place during English rock band The Rolling Stones' A Bigger Bang Tour.[1] It also includes archive footage from the band's career. The film takes its title from the song of the same name, featured on the band's 1972 album Exile on Main St. A soundtrack album was released in April 2008 on the Universal label. Scorsese filmed the Rolling Stones at New York City's Beacon Theater on October 29 and November 1, 2006. The music was recorded, mixed and co-produced by Bob Clearmountain. The concert footage is preceded by a brief semi-fictionalised introduction about the preparations for the shows, and is intercut with historical news clips and archival interviews with band members. The shows, which were added to the tour schedule for the purposes of the film shoot, featured a different set list than was typical of other shows on the tour (see below), and were noted for their star-studded crowds, including former President Bill Clinton and former President of Poland Aleksander Kwasniewski.[2][3] The film also shows Jack White, Buddy Guy and Christina Aguilera performing with the band.


1929: The Great Crash (2009)

1929: The Great Crash (2009) BBC2

Over six terrifying, desperate days in October 1929, shares crashed by a third on the New York Stock Exchange. More than 25 billion dollars in individual wealth was lost. Later, three thousand banks failed, taking people's savings with them. Surviving eyewitnesses describe the biggest financial catastrophe in history.
In 1919, the US had emerged victorious and dominant from World War One. Britain and its European allies were exhausted financially from the war. In contrast, the US economy was thriving and the world danced to the American tune.
Easy credit and mass-production set the tone in the roaring twenties for an era of consumption like none that had ever been seen before. The stock market rose and investors piled in, borrowing money to cash in on the bubble. In 1928, the market went up by 50% in just 12 months. The crash was followed by a devastating worldwide depression that lasted until the Second World War. Shares did not regain their pre-crash values until 1954. This is the story of a financial disaster that we hoped could never happen again.


Islam: Empire of Faith

Islam: Empire of Faith (2001)
Subtitle: Turkish

Between the fall of Rome and the European voyages of discovery, no event was more significant than the rise of Islam. This three-part series tells the spectacular story of the great sweep of Islamic power and faith during its first 1,000 years—from the birth of the prophet Muhammad to the peak of the Ottoman Empire under the reign of Suleyman the Magnificent.

cd1 &cd2

*Turkish subtitles are inside of the package.
*If any problem occurs in .rar files,pls write down here.


Wednesday, February 11, 2009

PBS - DEPRESSION: Out of the Shadows (2008)

A lot of Americans are keeping an important, possibly deadly secret.

The National Institute of Mental Health reports that approximately 18.8 million American adults have a depressive disorder. The disease is not discriminating, seeping into all age, race, gender, and socioeconomic groups. Depression stalls careers, strains relationships, and sometimes ends lives.

So if this many people are living with the disease, why the silence? DEPRESSION: Out of the Shadows is a multi-dimensional PBS project that explores the disease's complex terrain, offering a comprehensive and timely examination of this devastating disorder.

The first component of the project is a 90-minute documentary, premiering May 21, 2008, at 9:00 pm ET (check local listings). By weaving together the science and treatment of depression with intimate portrayals of families and individuals coping with its wide-ranging effects, the film raises awareness and eliminates the stigma surrounding this prevalent disease, underscoring the fact that whether we are battling it in our families, our workplaces, or in our own minds, depression touches everyone.

Through the voices and stories of people living with depression, the film provides a portrait of the disease never before seen on American television. Along with consumers, DEPRESSION: Out of the Shadows also follows acclaimed scientists as they describe the latest neurological research and groundbreaking new treatments for depression. Following the film, broadcast journalist Jane Pauley will host a 30-minute roundtable discussion titled TAKE ONE STEP: Caring for Depression, with Jane Pauley in which nationally acclaimed experts will offer advice on recognizing and treating depression.

In addition to the broadcast and online presence, the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and the YMCA of the USA will implement an outreach campaign, educating about depression in communities across the United States. All of the DEPRESSION: Out of the Shadows resources combine to powerfully raise awareness, eliminate stigma, and get help.


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