Athletic, playful and loving, our canine companions are extraordinary animals. From acrobatics to breathtaking stunts, skateboarding to riding a scooter, and rope jumping to surfing, this special celebrates amazing dogs and their dedicated owners, and reveals how some underdogs tuned from rejected puppy to thriving star.
A single mom named Gabbie and her 9-year-old son, who are looking to start a new life, move into a strangely affordable mansion in New Orleans, only to discover that the place is much more than they bargained for. Desperate for help, they contact a priest, who, in turn, enlists the aid the aid of a widowed scientist-turned failed-paranormal expert, a French Quartier a psychic, and a crotchety historian to help exorcise the mansion.
The world's leading scientists and cinematographers relive 5 extraordinary shark feeding events. From being surrounded at night by 700 grey reek sharks, a 300-strong gathering of blacktip, dusky and bronze sharks feeding on thousands of bait fish, to the spectacular sight of more than 200 blue sharks feeding on the carcass of a seven ton whale; the Great Shark Chow Down is an epic celebration of sharks from around the world.
Drawing on spectacular UGC from around the world, Cannibal Sharks pulls in two of the world’s leading shark experts, Dr Mark Meekan and Dr Mike Heithaus, to unpack and analyze the mounting evidence that shark-on-shark attacks happen a lot more than we ever realized.
How many times do we see skids marks entering a bend? This DVD will explain in detail the police method of cornering that ensures the perfect entry speed into any bend anywhere in the world, everytime. Security advice to women driving alone at night who suspect they are being followed. Chris has taught anti - surveillance driving to the PM's drivers. Overtaking. Friendly follow, a precursor to police pursuit training, Night driving, 3 chapters of commentary driving which are loaded with information and much, much more. Cars used in filming: Honda Jazz, Vauxhall Insignia & BMW 730d Auto. This is a superb 160 minute driving double DVD for all drivers and great value for money. There is no doubt you be a better and safer driver for watching this DVD. You will have to view it many times to glean all the information. Also an ideal present for any driver, regardless of age or experience. This DVD builds on the foundations of Ultimate Driving Craft, our first DVD.
Football is a religion to many people. But few know the depths of both faiths as well as Bill McCartney, the former head football coach of the University of Colorado and the founder of Promise Keepers, a Christian men’s ministry. “The Gospel According to Mac” tells the truth-is-stranger-than-fiction story of Coach Mac’s controversial national championship run – two seasons that followed multiple arrests and strife between his mostly African-American players and the Boulder police, continued with McCartney’s own daughter becoming pregnant by the team’s quarterback before seeing that same quarterback struck by cancer, and culminated in consecutive Orange Bowl match-ups against Notre Dame. Bill McCartney’s passionate and often polarizing beliefs have made him many enemies and many admirers, but it’s difficult to deny that he embodies the essential issues facing football in America to this day.
The young d'Artagnan wants to be a musketeer and for this he travels the long way to the city of Paris in France, where he will enter the same academy for musketeers that his father had attended. On his way to Paris, however, he meets up with Monsieur Rochefort. D'Artagnan does not know that his rivalry with Monsieur Rochefort will get him involved in a battle against the evil plot thought up by Cardinal Richelieu against the king and queen of France.
In 1933 Jean Weidt played L’apprenti sorcier, the slave of an authoritarian, violent master, who tried to give his broom life to improve his backbreaking working conditions. At the end of the Republic of Weimar, Germany witnessed artistic protest movements springing up. Artists oppressed by the regime of the Third Reich had no other choice than exile to claim their desire for a better life through expressionism.