A delightful celebration of all things puppy-shaped positively feline and adorable foals. From fat and fuzzy to bald and beautiful every breed imaginable is probably featured. This remarkable collection of programs features animal lovers 3 favourite pets - dogs cats and horses. We begin with the birth and watch as they take their first steps first meals and first bath courtesy of their doting mother. Catching up with them a few weeks later we find the little darlings have grown into playful scamps; every leap tumble and mischievous adventure is captured here for you to take home. The entertainment continues as we see the just how far some people go in pampering their pet as well as discovering how pets are trained and groomed to appear in press and TV adverts shows and movies. Disc 1: Fabulous Foals Chapters: 1. Introduction 2. Growing Up 3. Man And Horse 4. The Art Of Riding 5. Lipizzaner Legends Disc 2: Precious Puppies Chapters: 1. Introduction 2. Growing Up 3. Playful Toys 4. Agility Training 5. Sled Dogs 6. Star Puppies Disc 3: Cutest Kittens Chapters: 1. Introduction 2. New Kits On The Block 3. Playful Persians 4. Pampered Pussies 5. Superstars
‘Birds of Norfolk’ is one of the most beautiful films available from one of the world’s most diverse natural habitats. Norfolk has an amazing array of wildlife and in this wonderful film, nature photographers, Rob and Jill Wilson, show over 100 species of birds including the Bittern, Black-winged Stilt, Spoonbill, White-crowned Sparrow, Marsh Harrier and the Slender-billed Gull. Narrated by Kevan Brighting, we discover the relaxing scenes of rural Norfolk with the amazing diversity of habitats, harbours, grazing marshes, bluebell woods, rivers and saltwater lagoons. Other wildlife found within Norfolk are also presented such as the seals at Waxham Beach, adders on the heath and dragonflies in the reed beds. In short, this film is a stunning, visual delight for all bird watching and nature enthusiasts. Journey through one of the world's most beautiful natural habitats, featuring over 100 species of birds and an abundance of wildlife.
This DVD documentary looks at the insect kingdom and marvels at their array of armour and weaponary - designed to protect from predators and attack prey. On the strength of their numbers alone the insects and spiders are the rulers of the animal kingdom. Largely unnoticed untold billions of the tiny arthropods stalk the Earth armed to the teeth with an astonishing array of weaponry designed to kill or to provide protection from killers. Like knights decked out for battle armour-c
Pig Rearing: The Complete Beginners Guide is packed with over two hours of expert advice...An interesting step by step guide into pig rearing for the small holder and pig enthusiasts helping to make your experience enjoyable trouble free and stress free...
Expedition Africa is an epic documentary series that follows a team of five elite adventurers as they retrace the route of one of history's greatest expeditions - the incredible story of Henry Morton Stanley to find the world-famous (and famously lost) Dr David Livingstone deep in the heart of Africa. Our adventurers will experience history as they relive Stanley's journey retracing his steps with just a compass limited supplies and the maps and journals of the original expedition.
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'Crystal Forest' takes us into a world of serene beauty. Breathe in the atmosphere of a winter wonderland of ice covered trees where nature rests before a time of renewal.
Weathering And Erosion This program explores how the surface of the earth is in constant struggle with the elements. Wind running water gravity and temperature changes break down rock formations and carry away material to build up deltas beaches geosynclines and dunes. This program was filmed all over America. The Physical Geography series is a series dealing with natural phenomenon such as volcanoes earthquakes caves rocks geysers and glaciers presented by Dr. Laurence J. Jankowski. an Associate Professor at Bowling Green State University in Ohio and a member of the National Science Teachers Association and the National Association of Geology Teachers. His prior achievements include the Science Teacher of the Year Award from the Ohio Academy of Science and Outstanding Professor Award from Bowling Green State University.
Part superb entertainment part educational these stunningly photographed shows feature endangered animals from around the world and the heroic human effort dedicated to saving them. Disc 1: 1. Wolves: Wolves run free again in Canada's Banff National Park thanks to Dr. Paul Paquet. 2. Swift Foxes: Clio Smeeton re-introduces the Swift Fox to its prairie habitat. 3. Bengal Tigers: Anthony Marr works with Westerners and Indian villagers to save the Bengal Tiger. Disc 2: 1. Black and White Rhino: In Kenya rancher Courtland Parfet protects rhinos and has probably saved the Black Rhino from extinction. 2. Elephants: Naturalist Joyce Poole studies the lives of African Elephants in Kenya's Amboseli National Park. 3. Kenyan Wildlife Vet: Dr. Tom deMarr's patients are the wild animals that roam Kenya's Ol Jogi Sanctuary. 4. Nazinga Game Reserve: Clark Lundgren's plan to save the wildlife of Burkina Faso in West Africa resulted in the Nazinga Game Reserve.
Glide through ancient European forests and explore a vibrant world of bursting autumn colours. 'Fall Foilage' engages the senses and invites you into a world of breathtaking beauty - a magical journey accompained by soft and inspiring music.
In between the thousands of islands of Indonesia is a remote natural paradise that hosts an incredibly diverse marine life - in fact it is the most species rich environment of our planet. This is the Island World of Raja Ampat. It is located in the border region of four adjacent continental plates, and in between various currents and numerous volcanoes. This unique location provides the basis for the creation of an immense diversity and richness in species that brings forth new life forms ev...
Discover the wonders of our Earth. One of the three basic types of rock sedimentary rocks include sandstone limestone siltstones coquina mudstones shale dolomites conglomerates fossil limestone and sandstones. This program investigates how weathering breaks up rock and creates sediment. The sediment is later turned into the various kinds of clastic and non-clastic rocks. The program also shows how students can make sedimentary rock using simple everyday materials. The Physical Geography series is a series dealing with natural phenomenon such as volcanoes earthquakes caves rocks geysers and glaciers presented by Dr. Laurence J. Jankowski. He is an Associate Professor at Bowling Green State University in Ohio and a member of the National Science Teachers Association and the National Association of Geology Teachers. His prior achievements include the Science Teacher of the Year Award from the Ohio Academy of Science and Outstanding Professor Award from Bowling Green State University.
Discover the Forces and Life Forms that Shape our World! This program illustrates what water can do below the earth's surface over long periods of time. Using animated and real life sequences this program explores some important caves their formations and teaches students how underground water dissolves limestone to form caves caverns stalagmites stalagtites and box-fork formations.
How do you keep your bonsai alive? How and when do you prune and repot? How do you style wire and shape your own bonsai from an ordinary garden plant? All these questions and more are clearly answered in this inspirational introduction to the charasmatic world of bonsai. The Japanese art of the miniature tree is visually explored and explained in easy to follow chapters promoting better understanding and confidence than that associated with the traditional book format. The practicalities of feeding watering and postion are all included.
The concluding volume reveals the way forward for the future colonisation of outer-space in the new millenium with the successful launch of the Space Shuttle programme. The first reusable fixed-wing spacecraft to go into orbit and the first spacecraft to make it's maiden voyage with astronauts aboard! This detailed study of the Space Shuttle programme covers not only it's development and first launch but demonstrates the programmes potential in opening new frontiers in space.
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Weaving together natural history and biography this DVD delves deep inside the unique relationship between humans and whales as told by renowned whale biologist and activist Dr. Roger Payne. For 4 decades Payne has advanced the boundaries of science and activism - from his pioneering work on whale songs in the 1970s to his study of ocean pollution today. With beautiful and haunting imagery the film forces us to question our stewardship of the Earth and our coexistence with some of its most intriguing creatures.
Disc 1 Sanibel Island off the coast of Florida is home to the most spectacular bird life in the world. In one morning you may see 30 or 40 different species including one third of all the Roseate Spoonbills in existence yellow crowned night herons hunting fiddler crabs black necked stilts and skimmers. The mighty bald eagle pelicans willets and wood storks head a cast of 1000's and sunset will bring yet more headlines. Disc 2 To the southern border of Arizona ma
Stargaze II features the sounds of original music composed and performed by Opus 27 and includes a 'What's that?' feature which provides detailed information about each celestial object including a brief description location object type and distance from Earth.
As the 1960s ended the Apollo mission programme completed its detailed exploration of the moon. Back on earth it was the Soviet-American space agreement that led to the world's two super powers collaborating to expedite the exploration of outer space. The beginning of this new exciting era saw the first Apollo-Soyuz mission in 1972.
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