Basic characteristics of plants and animals; cellular concept and the fundamenta l similarity of all living organisms. Programmes on archaeologists and archaeology, showing how man lived in various periods from the early Stone Age to Roman times. Made in by the Air Ministry about reclying products for the war effort.
Told without words just music. Good colour print in excellent condition.
Documentary on the religious life in Jerusalem during the time of Christ. British deer, the red deer, fighting stags in the mating seasons, does and fawns. Wildlife animated story from Official Films. The influence of Rome on religion, the growth of monasteries, the increase in agriculture following the withdrawal of Roman taxes and the setting up of the feudal system.
The film, based on the life of a modern monastery, Buckfast Abbey, traces a day in the life of the monastery from Mattins to Compline, showing the monks at all their occupations. First part of two parter. No front credits otherwise very good. Scenes of nomadic life in the Sahara desert.
Homorous shorts on the rights and wrongs of serving wine. English sound with Swedish subtitles. How children learn to talk and comunicate. Fairy tales help children learn how to navigate life.
All about the famous German wine merchants. Fairy Tales Teach Lessons Use fairy tales to teach morals and lessons. Travelogue of the North of Germany. Jerry Lewis, Dean Martin star in this classic musical comedy. Excellent Fuji colour print apart from heavy scratch for first minute.
Last two parts of feature. Includes some animated sequences. A general introduction to the Australian seashore and its creatures.
This is just a 20 minute section from the longer documentary. Maybe with a few groans from the peanut gallery.
Made by the BBC in Made by Shell films in Stars John Leyton, Mark Farmer. Excellent Kodachrome colour print but no front or end credits.
Shows the beautiful old ritual but also asks the questions are Christians worrying too much about form and not enough about the world around them; and what is the relevence of Chiristianity today.
In the oral tradition, magical stories were enjoyed by listeners young and old alike, while literary fairy tales including most of the tales that are best known today were published primarily for adult readers until the 19th century.
A survey of Christianity over the world, as seen in the light of the ecumenical movement.Download-Theses Mercredi 10 juin Not everyone believes in the importance of fairy tales for kids. In fact, 25% of parents recently surveyed said they wouldn't read fairy tales to a child under five years old because they didn't teach a good lesson or were too scary.
DOCUMENTARIES AND SHORTS. CHIMP-MATES 1X £ each. Classic Childrens Film Foundation series. All very good colour prints.