Saturday, April 21, 2007

April 24 2007 Releases

The Queen

"Planet Earth"

Episodes inc: 14, One hour episodes.
1: FROM POLE TO POLE. A look at the planet as a whole that considers the key factors that have shaped its natural history.
2: MOUNTAINS. A tour of our mightiest mountain ranges and some of the most reclusive creatures on the planet and how they survive.
3: FRESH WATER. Water falls, canyons, frozen lakes, wetlands, mountain streams and great rivers (many of which were previously unexplored) showcasing the unique and dramatic wildlife found within.
4: CAVES. Astonishing Crystals, cave angel fish, 5million bats, and plenty of creatures many of which never see the light of the outside world.
5: DESERTS. 30% of the worlds land surface, our worlds most varied ecosystem "Who would-av-thunk it eh?
6: ICE WORLDS. Polar bears, penguins + many others and the harsh world the inhabit.
7: GREAT PLAINS. From the baking Savannahs of Africa to the frozen tundra of the arctic we get the worlds greatest gatherings of wildlife on earth + predators.
8: JUNGLES. The most productive places on earth shot from the dark forest floor, up through the layers of vegetation and across the canopy, Amazing stuff.
9: SHALLOW SEAS. From tropical coral paradises to storm-ravaged icy polar seas they reveal seas of great contrast and surprise.
10: SEASONAL FORESTS. From the evergreen forests of the frozen north to the deciduous dry forests of the tropics these are the tallest, largest and oldest organisms on the planet as well as a fascinating range of wildlife.
11: OCEAN DEEP. The most unexplored part of the planet reveals some of its most amazing to watch creatures, so very unique.
The Future:
1: SAVING SPECIES. Asks the experts if there really is a problem, looks at the reasons behind the declining numbers of particular animals and questions how we choose which species we want to conserve.
2: INTO THE WILDERNESS. Pollution, climate change and the growing humane population are all putting pressure on the earth's wilderness including the Bialowieza forest, the Gobi desert and such. So how much of the planet is still wilderness? and why should we care? this episode explores why these uninhabited expanses are important for our survival as well as that of all creatures on the planet.
3: LIVING TOGETHER: How can conservation fit into this new world driven by economics and development?

Leo Says: Amazing, Stunning BBC at there absolute best 10 out of 10 what more needs to be said.

Deja Vu

Leo Says: Very entertaining, this is a good solid well made piece of entertainment I really enjoyed it. 7 out of 10


Night at the Museum

The Lost Tomb of Jesus


UFC 61: Bitter Rivals

Leo Says: If you like this sort of thing it's great fun.

UFC: Ultimate Knockouts 4

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