NPR’s Tamara Keith and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report join Amna Nawaz to discuss the latest in politics, including which voter demographics will be critical in the 2020 election, how President Trump is reaching out to his supporters during the campaign’s final days and the key Senate races to watch.
FILMED OCTOBER 2020 – First-person perspective London walk tour in Kensington’s mews and side streets, covering 3.5 miles (5.6 km), including Kynance Mews’ red ivy leaves, on a grey, autumn day post-lockdown.
Video timeline: ROUTE TIMESTAMPS: 00:00 Gloucester Road 01:16 Cromwell Road 01:45 Gloucester Road 05:28 Kynance Mews 07:22 Launceston Place 08:19 Kynance Place 09:12 Gloucester Road 12:23 Canning Place 13:58 Canning Passage 15:20 Victoria Road 16:15 Cambridge Place 17:47 Albert Place 19:00 Victoria Road 24:33 Kynance Mews 25:49 Victoria Road 26:14 Eldon Road 28:14 Stanford Road 29:10 Cornwall Gardens 30:40 Cornwall Mews West 31:29 Cornwall Gardens Walk 33:08 Lexham Walk 33:39 Lexham Gardens 35:55 Marloes Road 37:01 Stratford Road 38:06 Radley Mews 39:29 Lexham Mews 41:19 Lexham Gardens 41:56 Earls Court Road 42:23 Logan Place 44:54 Cromwell Crescent 45:43 West Cromwell Road 46:32 Nevern Road 46:59 Longridge Road 48:15 Warwick Road 48:50 Philbeach Gardens 54:56 Warwick Road 55:10 Trebovir Road 58:36 Earls Court Road 1:01:12 Hogarth Road 1:02:11 Hogarth Place 1:02:48 Kenway Road 1:04:34 Redfield Lane 1:05:51 Wallgrave Road 1:07:05 Kenway Road 1:07:44 Hogarth Place 1:08:20 Hogarth Road 1:10:23 Knaresborough Place 1:11:25 Collingham Place 1:13:08 Collingham Road 1:13:54 Courtfield Gardens 1:15:33 Courtfield Road 1:16:58 Ashburn Gardens 1:18:32 Cromwell Road 1:20:41 Grenville Place 1:21:43 Emperor’s Gate 1:23:42 Grenville Place 1:25:00 Launceston Place 1:26:41 Kynance Mews 1:28:36 Gloucester Road
Explore historic buildings and hidden passageways in this exclusive walking tour of the streets and alleys of Charleston, South Carolina. This city is home to the most buildings in the National Historic Register, and it holds the title as the largest historic district in the country! Come along as tour guide Jim Gresham uncovers 350 years of beauty and rare history stored deep within this city’s roots.
Video timeline: 0:00 Introduction 0:35 Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon 1:00 Philadelphia Alley 1:50 McCrady’s Tavern 2:26 Chalmers Street 2:53 The Pink House 3:40 Elliott Street 4:21 Bedons Alley 4:55 Stolls Alley 5:30 Carriage stones 5:53 Longitude Lane 7:25 Conclusion
By planting fast-growing trees that nurture the soil and create a nutrient dense ground, local farmers are transforming exhausted lands into fertile and productive fields.
The World Economic Forum is the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation. The Forum engages the foremost political, business, cultural and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas. We believe that progress happens by bringing together people from all walks of life who have the drive and the influence to make positive change.
As a landmark US election approaches, Jane Fonda, Theaster Gates and Chris Wallace offer their thoughts on where the country should go next. Change elsewhere comes in the form of city farms, the latest design finds and an art fair redux. Plus: we survey North Rhine-Westphalia, a region on the up.
President Trump and Joe Biden target battleground states, schools weigh plans for rapid COVID-19 tests, and 6 ways small businesses can boost holiday sales in 2020 amid the pandemic.
Filmed and Edited by: Luciano Bosticco
The video was shot with the intention of highlighting the natural beauties of the upper Val Seriana, in the Bergamo Orobie. The shots, carried out in the summer and autumn, aim to analyze the mountain environment from the high peaks to the valley floor, characterized by extensive woodland coverage. It is precisely on the forest heritage that the greatest attention has been paid to the sequence of images, passing from wide panoramic views to some details of the undergrowth up to peculiar alpine floral manifestations.
The Bergamo Orobie Mountains Park is a protected area that has been designated a “Mountain Park forest.” It includes the southern side of the Orobie chain of Alps, the provincial territory of Bergamo, and covers an area of 63 thousand hectares. Its territory is marked by the rivers Brembo, Serio and Dezzo that run through the Brembana, Seriana and Scalve valleys, and several other tributaries that through side valleys.
Music: Scott Buckley – Discovery (CC-BY)
Filmed and Edited by: Joerg Daiber
The Winter Olympics in 1984 were held in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia (in what is now Bosnia and Herzegovina). It was the first Winter Olympic Games held in a socialist state.
During the Siege of Sarajevo (1992 – 1996), the longest siege of a capital city in modern warfare, fighters on both sides took to the mountains surrounding the city, using the Olympic structures as battlements and storage for their fighting and weapons. The bobsled track became an artillery stronghold for Bosnian-Serbs—some defensive holes, drilled by troops, can still be seen in the track’s concrete walls. The ski jumps—also sites of heavy fighting—remain unused. Only recently this area has been cleared off from land mines.
Tilt–shift photography is a creative and unique type of photography in which the camera is manipulated so that a life-sized location or subject looks like a miniature-scale model.