A cover-up that spanned four U.S. Presidents pushed the country's first female newspaper publisher and a hard-driving editor to join an unprecedented battle between journalist and government. Inspired by true events.
Documentary revealing just how dangerous too much fat is to our most vital internal organs. The programme follows a specialist pathology team as they conduct a post-mortem on the body of a 17-stone woman whose body was donated to medical science. Their findings, as they dissect the body and its organs, are startling, exposing the devastating impact of obesity with stunning visuals and fascinating medical facts. Morbid obesity reduces life expectancy by an average of nine years and is blamed for over 30,000 deaths in the UK every year. With 65 per cent of people already overweight or obese, this extraordinary film is a powerful contribution to the debate about fat, food, lifestyle and how the health service will cope with the growing obesity crisis.
How would life be if all comments on Facebook (aka "posts") materialized in sticky notes (aka "post-it") invading our lives. An eye-opening film to the threat to privacy Facebook can be.
Switch off and enjoy the beautiful scenery of Scotland. Based on fact, this film will take you on a journey of love amidst spectacular scenery. The Rocket Post will give a convincing portrayal of island life, beliefs and culture of the time A definite for those who have even the tiniest drop of Scottish blood..... as it will tug at the heart strings and stir the soul. Something that can be shared with the family and watched time and time again..................a real classic, one that I am sure will walk alongside some of the great films that never die.
Bob Evans, a telegraph operator, together with a group of soldiers gets ambushed by Sioux Indians. Wounded, he climbs into a telegraph pole and asks through the telegraph wires for help from the fort. Bob's fiancée Edith comes along with the soldiers. The soldiers find only dead bodies and decide to chase the Indians. Edith stays behind to search for Bob. She finds him and together they return to the fort. The Sioux then attack the fort, but when the situation seems hopeless, the army returns and the Indians are expelled.
Driven out of business by carrier pigeons, the last two remaining stilt postmen set out to deliver the last post.
The Staging Post follows two Afghan Hazara refugees, Muzafar and Khadim. Stuck in Indonesia after Australia 'stopped the boats' and facing many years in limbo, they built a community and started the school which inspired a refugee education revolution. A real-life, real-time, multi-platform documentary. The Staging Post is about friendship, connection and the power of community.
Paul Cézanne sought a method of capturing the underlying structure of any subject matter. His eventual triumph derived from a revolutionary new approach to color and to perspective. His paintings were often derided by the critics, but by the end of his life, his genius was beginning to be appreciated. Cézanne's influence on 20th century artists was so great that he is now referred to as the "Father of Modern Painting."
Henri Rousseau was a true amateur. His professional life was spent working as a customs official. But in his spare time, he painted and was utterly convinced of the greatness of his art, despite his complete lack of formal training. Although he was heavily criticized by many for his use of brightly colored images and child-like techniques, he did bring a sense of vitality, charm and innocence to his painting.
Gustav Klimt was an unlikely artistic rebel, but in early 20th century Vienna, the work of this mild-mannered painter created a scandal in his home city. Having enjoyed a conventionally successful early career, Klimt's art changed radically in his mid-thirties. He became leader of the Vienna Secession, a group of avant-garde artists who would change the conservative Viennese art scene forever. Klimt¹s own work became increasingly erotic in nature. His deeply sensual portraits of Viennese women still make a powerful impression upon the modern viewer.
In 1893, a Norwegian artist created a masterpiece which became a defining image of the 20th Century. The Scream is a picture whose sense of anguish reveals much about our own lives, as well as the life of its creator. All his life, Edvard Munch suffered the consequences of a childhood surrounded by madness and death.
Paul Gauguin was thirty-five when he made the momentous decision to abandon his lucrative career as a Paris stockbroker and devote himself full-time to painting. Gauguin's bold use of flat, unmixed color gave his paintings a strong sense of personal expression, but his work struggled to find acceptance at the time. Poverty and obscurity dominated Gauguin's years as an artist. Not even a move to Tahiti could bring him happiness. Yet the paintings that he created there are now recognized as masterpieces of the Post-Impressionist age.
On the edge of Bangladesh, between mountains and water, stands a post-office, the only sign of civilization. It has a notorious reputation: its employees disappear. Two men, in love with each other, work there.
Henri Toulouse-Lautrec was ultimately, a tragic figure in the history of art. Crippled by an ill-proportioned body, he lived for just 36 years before the effects of alcoholism and syphilis took their final toll. His dissolute life spent in the brothels and nightclubs of late 19th century Paris provided the subject matter for his finest work. His radical, boldly-colored paintings and posters of the famous Moulin Rouge nightclub succeeded in conveying the unique feeling and energy of contemporary Parisian nightlife.
Brilliant but tormented Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh is profiled through his art, his letters and expert commentary in this engrossing documentary. Famous for his thick, swirling brushstrokes, van Gogh -- the son of a pastor -- battled frequent bouts of madness throughout his short life and committed suicide at age 37. Though he was once the quintessential starving artist, his masterpieces now fetch millions of dollars.
An old lady in a nursing home is visited by a mysterious man no one else seems to be able to see.
October 1982: War is waged between Britain and Argentina over the Falkland Islands. A British soldier stumbles upon an Argentinean soldier. They share a few minutes of uneasy respite before national hostilities re-emerge.
An animated government/science style public service film, circa 1981, for surviving life in Australia after Nuclear War.
Sudheer, a young M.A degree holder, prepares for civil services and lives in Allahabad. He drops his studies due to economical crisis and moves to Mumbai to support his poor farmer father. Sudheer has been rejected from all interviews because he had not any professional education or experience. One fine day he meets a M.B.A. pass out guy who is also unemployed. later they plan something illegal.
he spirited conversation with Senator Ernest F. Hollings--who strongly opposed the way the quasi-privatization of the Post Office had been done--ranges from permitting real competition in postal services, to the effect of poor postal service on the magazine industry, to the senator's other preoccupation, welfare reform.
Drama series set in the mid-sixties, in which a unit of Royal Military Police officers and their families deal with the challenges of politics, love and war in British-controlled Aden.
Listening Post is Al Jazeera English's weekly media review show. It casts a critical eye over not just what gets reported, but how it's reported - covering the coverage of the news & analyzing global events through the prism of the media.
The Post Show is an interactive television series on G4 Network related to the NBC series Heroes.
The Post Cognitive is an Emmy-winning television series which aired on NTTV from 2004 to 2006.
Author and historian Guy Walters investigates the Nazi post-war plan for a new world order: from how Hitler began constructing buildings on a truly colossal scale for his new world capital to how a new and expanded Germany rising out of the ashes of conquered Europe would have meant slavery for millions.
UK Updated version of a History Channel Production called "Hitlers Empire - The Post War Plan". It's probably the greatest historical "what if?" of all time. A question that fascinates and horrifies in equal measures: what if Nazi Germany had won the Second World War? In this brand-new and exclusive six-part series, author and historian Guy Walters reveals how Hitler had already started to implement plans of world domination long before the war had started and explores how the Fuhrer intended to carry them out, regardless of the human cost.