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01/22/69 A0054624 NEW YORK: NATIONAL URBAN LEAGUE PROPOSES MINIMUM INCOME FOR ALL US FAMILIES:
01/22/69 A0054624 NEW YORK: NATIONAL URBAN LEAGUE PROPOSES MINIMUM INCOME FOR ALL US FAMILIES: NX 41230 "URBAN LEAGUE" SHOWS: MS JAMES LINEN AND WITHNEY YOUNG, JR: CU SIGN, URBAN LEAGUE: SOF YOUNG, ON PROPOSAL FOR GUARENTEED INCOME: (SHOT 1/22/69 60FT) LINEN, JAMES YOUNG JR, WHITNEY - SOF URBAN LEAGUE MINIMUM WAGE POVERTY - US ALLALOUF / 60 FT / 16 NEG / D22052 300 FT / 16 NEG / CUTS /
PRES. L. B. JOHNSON & LADY BIRD AT FIRST CITY PARK
POSITIVE REVERSAL 250 FT. SIL PRESIDENT LYNDON B. JOHNSON ARRIVES BY PRESIDENTIAL HELICOPTER, GREETED BY LADY BIRD. VARIOUS SHOTS LYNDA BIRD. VARIOUS SHOTS FRIENDS. VARIOUS SHOTS PRESIDENT JOHNSON, LADY BIRD AND LYNDA BIRD. MR. LINEN AND MR. HART OF TIME MAGAZINE ON PLATFORM. VARIOUS SHOTS LADY BIRD ADDRESSES OUTDOOR AUDIENCE. CU PRESIDENT JOHNSON SPEAKS. VARIOUS SHOTS AUDIENCE. VARIOUS SHOTS CU DRAWINGS OF PLANNED PARK FOR THIS VACANT LOT. CI: GEOGRAPHIC - TEXAS, JOHNSON CITY. PERSONALITIES - JOHNSON, LYNDON B. PERSONALITIES - JOHNSON, LADY BIRD. PERSONALITIES - JOHNSON, LYNDA BIRD. PERSONALITIES - LENEN, JAMES. PERSONALITIES - HART, MR.
06/15/71 C0018853 - COLOR NYC: NATIONAL URBAN LEAGUE NAMES VERNON JORDAN TO SUCCEED WHITNEY YOUNG AS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR.
06/15/71 C0018853 - COLOR NYC: NATIONAL URBAN LEAGUE NAMES VERNON JORDAN TO SUCCEED WHITNEY YOUNG AS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR. CUT "URBAN DIRECTOR" SHOWS: VERNON E JORDAN JR, ACCEPTS - SOF: PHOTOG - ASKS QUESTION ABOUT NIXON ADMINISTRATION: CU JORDAN ON NIXON ADMINISTRATION - SOF: (SHOT 06/15/71 46FT) JORDAN, VERNON E - SOF LINEN, JAMES AO URBAN LEAGUE SIMS, HAROLD R ABRAMS, MORRIS CIVIL RIGHTS - US HELMUTH / 46 FT / 16 POS / COLOR / 180 FT / 16 POS / COLOR / CUTS /
08/27/65 A0024425 JOHNSONCITY, TEXAS: PRESIDENT JOHNSON ATTENDS DEDICATION OF PARK:
08/27/65 A0024425 JOHNSONCITY, TEXAS: PRESIDENT JOHNSON ATTENDS DEDICATION OF PARK: UNCUT "LBJ" SHOWS: LBJ ARRIVING BY COPTER AND BEING GREETED BY LADYBIRD: ARRIVE AT PARK: SHOTS OF LBJ, LADYBIRD & LYNDA ON PLATFORM: CROWDS: SPEAKER: PLATFORM: LADYBIRD, LBJ AND MR, LINEN OF TIME & MS HART OF TIME: LADYBIRD SPEAKING AND LBJ SPEAKING: SHOTS OF PLANS FOR PARK: POINTING OF PARK: PARK SITE: (SHOT 8/27/65 260FT) JOHNSON, LYNDON JOHNSON, CLAUDIA JOHNSON, LYNDA LINE, JAMES PARKS - TEXAS - JOHNSON CITY TEXAS - JOHNSON CITY GELEURLER / 260 FT / 16 B&W / R10800
NOTES: COL PRINT LOCATION: LONDON TITLE: HOSPITAL STRIKE SERVICED DATE: 02/02/79 NO: LNC 10920 DATE SHOT: 02/02/79 LENGTH: 53FT SECONDS: 1,25 SOUND: NATSOF DATE OF ARRIVAL:
NOTES: COL PRINT LOCATION: LONDON TITLE: HOSPITAL STRIKE SERVICED DATE: 02/02/79 NO: LNC 10920 DATE SHOT: 02/02/79 LENGTH: 53FT SECONDS: 1,25 SOUND: NATSOF DATE OF ARRIVAL: FILM SHOWS: CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL IN LONDON STRUGGLES TO MAINTAIN NORMAL CARE FOR PATIENTS AS HOSPITAL AUXILIERIES STRIKE FOR MORE PAY. LEAD IN: PUBLIC SERVICE WORKERS ON FRIDAY (2 FEB 79) IGNORED BRITISH PRIME MINISTER JAMES CALLAGHAN'S APPEAL FOR GOOD CONSCIENCE AND MADE CHILDREN'S HOSPITALS THEIR MAIN TARGET IN THEIR FIGHT FOR MORE MONEY. WORKERS AT THE QUEEN ELIZABETH HOSPITAL IN LONDON'S EAST END STARTED A 24 HOUR STRIKE A MINUTE AFTER MIDNIGHT THEY LEFT ONLY A SKELETON STAFF ON DUTY TO KEEP THE HOSPITAL RUNNING. BUT THE STRIKERS' LEADERS WERE AT PAINS TO STRESS THAT THEY WERE STANDING BY IN CASE OF EMERGENCY. FEET R/SECS 3 0.05 MS NURSES SERVE MEALS 14 0.22 MS CHILD IN COT (2) PAN WARD 19 0.30 MS CHILD WHEELED INTO OPERATING THEATRE 22 0.35 MS NURSE CARRIED BAG OF LINEN 25 0.40 MS PILES OF DIRTY LAUNDRY 27 0.43 GV LAUNDRY 33 0.53 MS NURSE CLEANS UP 36 0.58 MS PICKETS OUTSIDE 38 1.01 MS OXYGEN CYLINDERS 44 1.10 MS MOTHER & CHILD ENTER HOSPITAL 53 1.25 MS MOTHER SAYING GOODBYE TO CHILD COMMENTARY: BUT THAT DID NOT STOP THE DISRUPTION, AS NURSE AND SENIOR NURSING OFFICERS SERVED MEALS, COOKED DINNERS AND CHANGED LINEN. THE CHILDREN DIDN'T SEEM TO NOTICE THE DIFFERENCE, HOWEVER, AS THE PROFESSIONAL STAFF ENGAGED IN THE MORE MENIAL JOBS NECESSARY TO KEEP THE HOSPITAL RUNNING. BUT THIS APPEARANCE OF NORMALITY CANNOT LAST LONG - WITHOUT THE AUXILIARY STAFF, WHO COOK MEALS, SERVE THEM, CHANGE AND WASH BED LINEN, AND CONTROL THE MOVEMENT OF CHILDREN TO AND FROM TREATMENT CENTRES, THE HOSPITAL WOULD QUICKLY GRIND TO A HALT. AS IT WAS, THE STAFF WERE HARD PRESSED TO KEEP THINGS GOING - SENIOR NURSING STAFF EVEN HAD TO SCRUB FLOORS. PRIME MINISTER CALLAGHAN CALLED THE STRIKE LEADERS TO DOWNING STREET THE NIGHT BEFORE THE STRIKE IN A BID TO AVERT THEIR ACTION. HE IS REPORTED TO HAVE LECTURED THEM ON THEIR RESPONSIBILITIES. WHATEVER HE SAID, IT DID NOT WORK. THE HOSPITAL AUXILIERIES ARE AMONG THE LOWEST PAID WORKERS IN THE COUNTRY; AND THEY ARE INTENT IN FOLLOWING THE EXAMPLE OF THEIR MORE POWERFUL TRADE UNION BROTHERS IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR. THEY HAVE BEEN RECEIVING PAY SETTLEMENT OF OVER 15 PER CENT; MR CALLAGHAN WANTS THE PUBLIC SERVICE EMPLOYEES TO SETTLE FOR FIVE PER CENT. THE WORKERS ARE ANGRY, AND THERE IS NO SIGN THEY ARE PREPARED TO MODERATE THEIR DEMANDS.
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AP-APTN-0000: ITA Armani Monday, 22 June 2009 STORY:ITA Armani- REPLAY Armani stays truer to himslef in classic show LENGTH: 04:22 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: APTN STORY NUMBER: 610364 DATELINE: Milan Italy June 20 2009 LENGTH: 04:22 THE MUSIC USED IN THIS CATWALK SHOW HAS NOT BEEN CLEARED FOR USE. WE RECOMMEND YOU REPLACE IT WITH YOUR OWN CLEARED MUSIC. SHOTLIST(including transcript):- AP Television Milan Italy June 20 2009 1. Various catwalk show 2. Finale 3. Armani on stage GIORGIO ARMANI BACK AFTER ILLNESS Italian menswear for the Spring-Summer 2010 got off to a classy start Saturday, with super refinement at Giorgio Armani. Giorgio Armani exalted elegance in a collection that recalled the best in the designer's famed tailored look. The clean cut youths in gray silk, beige tweed or faded blue linen suits with matching shirt and tie, who came down the runway of the Armani theater in downtown Milan accompanied by top-drawer girls in dainty cocktail dresses, looked like they had just stepped out of a 1960's movie. For a more casual look Armani offered cargo bermudas worn with destructured blazers or striped cashmere cardigans. The designer was greeted with extra warm applause as he took his bow at the end of the show, looking gaunt, but wearing his trademark T-shirt and jeans work clothes. It was Armani's first public fashion appearance in several months. The designer had missed the opening of his home furnishing presentation at the Milan furniture fair in April, followed by other no shows, raising concerns about his health. In an interview with the Italian news agency ANSA at the end of May, the designer said he was battling with hepatitis. "It's an illness that takes time to get over, " he said at the time. CLEARANCE DETAILS APTN APEX 06-21-09 1633EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0000: File Yeoh Monday, 22 June 2009 STORY:File Yeoh- REPLAY Michelle Yeao to work with John Woo on martiall arts film LENGTH: 00:37 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: APTN STORY NUMBER: 610368 DATELINE: File LENGTH: 00:37 SHOTLIST(including transcript):- AP Entertainment Cannes, 19 May 2009 1. Medium shot Michelle Yeoh AP Entertainment Cannes, 16 May 2009 2. Various Michelle at Hong Kong party AP Entertainment Cannes, 16 May 2009 3. Michelle Yeoh at premiere for 'Vengeance' 4. Tilt up Michelle Yeoh leaving YEOH TO STAR IN JOHN WOO KUNG FU MOVIE Former Bond girl Michelle Yeoh said Sunday that she will star in an upcoming kung fu movie directed by John Woo, adding that she's not avoiding action movies despite a recent break from the genre. The 'Tomorrow Never Dies 'and ' Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon' actress told a press conference at the 12th Shanghai International Film Festival that the Chinese-language film will start shooting in China in September. She said Woo will share directing duties on the film, tentatively called 'The Sword and the Martial Arts World', with Taiwanese filmmaker Su Chao-pin, who directed the horror film ' Silk.' Yeoh is a former beauty queen who first made her name as an action star in Hong Kong. Her recent roles in 'Memoirs of a Geisha' (2005) and ' Far North' (2007) have veered toward drama, but the 46-year-old actress said she still feels fit enough to handle action. The film with Yeoh is Woo's first new project since his $80 million two-part historical epic ' Red Cliff.' The Hong Kong native was supposed to next direct ' 1949 ', an epic romance set against the Chinese civil war in that year, but the project fell through because of a dispute with its Taiwanese investors. CLEARANCE DETAILS APTN APEX 06-21-09 1633EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0000: STILLS Madonna Monday, 22 June 2009 STORY:STILLS Madonna- REPLAY Singer and adopted son David at Heathrow airport LENGTH: 00:27 FIRST RUN: 1330 RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Mute SOURCE: AP PHOTOS STORY NUMBER: 610311 DATELINE: 19 June 2009 LENGTH: 00:27 AP PHOTOS - NO ACCESS CANADA/NO ACCESS UK/NO SALES/NO MAGAZINES/FOR BROADCAST USE ONLY - STRICTLY NO ACCESS ONLINE OR MOBILE SHOTLIST 1. STILLS showing Madonna and her adopted son, Malawi-born David Banda, arriving at London's Heathrow airport from New York STORYLINE Madonna's new daughter was believed to have arrived in London from Malawi early on Saturday, according to two separate sources. An airport employee said that three-year-old Chifundo "Mercy" James flew out on a private jet late on Friday. The girl, the second child Madonna has adopted from Malawi, was reportedly accompanied on the flight by a nanny, a child nurse and a third aide. The employee said the plane was headed to London, with a stop in neighbouring South Africa. He was speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorised to discuss the matter. Meanwhile, a person familiar with the adoption process said the girl should have reached the British capital on Saturday morning. The source also was not authorised to discuss the matter publicly, Madonna has homes in England and in the United States. It was not clear where the singer herself was on Saturday. She arrived at London's Heathrow airport from New York on Friday, accompanied by her adopted son, David, and was rumoured to have left the country again. Reports that Madonna would in the next few days visit her charity's projects in Malawi could not be confirmed. Madonna's request to adopt Mercy was originally rejected in April when a lower court that said she had not spent enough time in the African nation. However, the appeal court ruled on 12 June that that was a narrow interpretation based on old laws and that "in this global village a man can have more than one place at which he resides". It said the singer's commitment to helping disadvantaged children also should have been taken into account in the decision. Madonna has founded a charity, Raising Malawi, which helps feed, educate and provide medical care for some of Malawi's more than one (M) million orphans, half of whom have lost a parent to AIDS. Madonna met Mercy in 2006 at Kondanani Children's Village, an orphanage in Bvumbwe, just south of Blantyre. It was the same year she began the process of adopting David, whom she found at another orphanage in central Malawi. The girl's 18-year-old mother was unmarried and died soon after she gave birth. Since Madonna moved to adopt the girl, a dispute has arisen between the girl's maternal relatives, who agreed to the adoption, and a man who says he is the father and wants to care for the girl himself, but acknowledged he had never seen Mercy. Madonna first traveled to Malawi in 2006 while filming a documentary on its devastating poverty and AIDS crisis. In addition to David, the 50-year-old has two other children: Lourdes, 12, and Rocco, eight. 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APTN APEX 06-21-09 1635EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0000: File Madonna Monday, 22 June 2009 STORY:File Madonna- REPLAY Madonna's adopted daughter Mercy flown to London LENGTH: 02:30 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP Television STORY NUMBER: 610309 DATELINE: File, various LENGTH: 02:30 SHOTLIST(including transcript):- Blantyre, Malawi - 12 June 2009 1. Various set up shots of Malawi supreme court of appeal 2. Wide interior shot of court room - zooms out from government emblem to a wide then zooms in to a mid shot of Allan Chinula, Madonna's lawyer 3. Mid shot of Allan Chinula, Madonna's lawyer, on phone (talking to the coordinator of the charity, Raising Malawi) UPSOUND (English) "Congratulations, it has been granted. Yes, full adoption, it has been granted." 4. Wide shot of journalists 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Allan Chinula, Madonna's Lawyer: "Very hopeful, very hopeful. Especially on the issue of residency, I think the judgement was spot on. And also on the issue of the effect of international conventions that Malawi has defined. I think the supreme court has settled it all, not just vis-?-vis the conventions that relate to adoption, but conventions on other aspects of our law. " 6. Wide shot press FILE: Gumilera township - 3 April 2009 7. Various of US singer Madonna touring the village, surrounded by villagers and photographers 8. Madonna shaking hands with villager UPSOUND: Madonna speaking to villager: "Hello how are you? Keep up the good work." 9. Various of Madonna talking to officials FILE: Namitete township - 30 March 2009 10. Various of Madonna touring Mphandula childcare centre with adopted son, David Banda 11. Mid of Madonna's son Rocco, with a mohawk haircut, pull out to wide 12. Mid shot David taking pencil from photographer's hand 13. Mid shot Madonna weaving basket 14. Wide of building at centre MERCY 'FLOWN TO LONDON' An airport employee and a person familiar with Madonna's adoption proceedings in Malawi say the pop star's new daughter has been flown to London. The airport employee, who spoke to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity because he is not authorised to discuss the matter, said Saturday ( June 20th) that 3-year-old Chifundo ?Mercy? James flew out on a private jet late Friday headed to London, with a stop in neighbouring South Africa. The person familiar with the adoption, who also was not authorised to discuss the matter publicly, says the girl known as Mercy should have reached London on Saturday morning. Malawi's highest court had granted the adoption June 12. CLEARANCE DETAILS APTN APEX 06-21-09 1636EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0000: US Schwarzenegger Monday, 22 June 2009 STORY:US Schwarzenegger- REPLAY California governor's plane in emergency scare LENGTH: 00:45 RESTRICTIONS: No NAmerica/ Internet/Must Courtesy KTLA-TV TYPE: Mute SOURCE: ABC (KTLA-TV) STORY NUMBER: 610297 DATELINE: Van Nuys - 19 June 2009 LENGTH: 00:45 SHOTLIST Van Nuys, California - 19 June 2009 1. Aerial of California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's airplane in hangar Unknown location - 19 June 2009 2. Graphic of Schwarzenegger's Twitter post about plane incident Unknown location - Recent 3. Schwarzenegger's plane on tarmac GOVERNOR'S EMERGENCY LANDING A plane carrying California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was forced to make an emergency landing on Friday ( June 19th) after smoke was reported in the cockpit. The jet was about 10 minutes away from landing at Santa Monica airport when the pilot reported smoke coming from an instrument panel, according to a spokesman for Schwarzenegger. The pilot made a "quick, steep, but safe landing" at Van Nuys Airport in the San Fernando Valley, the spokesman added. City fire crews met the jet on the runway. There were no flames and no one was injured. Former actor Schwarzenegger - who played the hero in numerous action movies - seemed unfazed about the scare, using the Twitter micro-blogging service to tell his followers about the incident. He called it "a little adventure" and posted a link to a photo of the jet parked on the runway on his Twitter feed. "All's ok, though," he tweeted. After landing, the governor exited the jet and headed to his Los Angeles-area home, his spokesman said. 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APTN APEX 06-21-09 1637EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0000: Mexico Parade Monday, 22 June 2009 STORY:Mexico Parade- NEW Colourful gay pride parade in capital LENGTH: 02:07 FIRST RUN: 2330 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Spanish/Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 610339 DATELINE: Mexico City - 20 June 2009 LENGTH: 02:07 SHOTLIST 1. Participants at the start of gay parade, Mexico City's Angel of Independence statue in the background 2. Wide of the parade and floats and spectators 3. Mid of two participants dressed in traditional Mexican clothing 4. Close of the two participants in traditional Mexican dresses 5. Person on top of a van giving out condoms 6. Parade participants receiving the condoms, as they are thrown from the van 7. Parade participant and spectators 8. SOUNDBITE (Spanish): Alvaro Vadilla Lopez, Parade participant: "Homophobia has decreased, people now see it as something more natural and I believe that this (parade) gives a great opportunity to those who are heterosexuals to explain people's sexuality to their children in the best way possible, to show them how to respect others and how diverse the world is." 9. Parade participants dressed in colourful costumes, pan to march and spectators 10. Various of a street vendor selling crowns 11. Various of participant dancing with rainbow flags in parade 12. Various of participants dressed in feathered carnival costumes 13. Pan left of a participant in silver outfit running on spring stilts 14. Young girl holding up sign that reading (Spanish) "To accept them is to love them" 15. Low angle shot of participants dancing on a float 16. Tilt up of a man in costume on stilts MEXICO GAY PARADE Feathers, glitter, rainbow-coloured flags and leather filled downtown Mexico City as tens of thousands of people marched on Saturday during the city's annual gay pride parade. The parade, the country's largest, drew a wide cross section of costumes, from elaborately adorned participants wearing feathered headdresses, and glossy high heels to t-shirt and jean-clad participants wearing multi-coloured necklaces. Floats blasting music carried dozens of dancing, costumed young people, as others passed out condoms. Gays, lesbians and straight supporters come from many states throughout the country to support the battle against homophobia in a country where homosexuality is not generally accepted. "This (parade) gives a great opportunity to those who are heterosexuals to explain people's sexuality to their children in the best way possible, to show them how to respect others and how diverse the world is," said Alvaro Vadilla, who came dressed as a boxer. The parade, which started at midday, continued until the evening in spite of a late afternoon downpour. The parade began at the monument of the Angel of Independence and ended in the city's main Zocalo plaza. 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APTN APEX 06-21-09 1637EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0000: Greece Museum Monday, 22 June 2009 STORY:Greece Museum- NEW Acropolis Museum opens doors to public for first time LENGTH: 01:54 FIRST RUN: 0730 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Greek/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 610349 DATELINE: Athens - 21 June 2009 LENGTH: 01:54 SHOTLIST 1. Wide of main entrance to the new Acropolis Museum 2. Mid of sign reading "Acropolis Museum" 3. Close-up of sign saying museum is opening June 21, 2009 3. Mid of people waiting to enter museum grounds 4. SOUNDBITE (Greek) Chryssa Salamanou, from Athens, first waiting in line and first through door: "We felt that today with our child, we had to be the first ones here to admire the masterpieces which finally found such a worthy, such an important home." 5. Close-up of people sitting on steps waiting to enter 6. SOUNDBITE (Greek) Paige Moore, from Houston, Texas: "There's been a lot of build-up and I've been very excited about the opening and I've been waiting for the last couple of months to come and so I timed it just so I could come to this." 7. Mid of gate opening 8. People passing gate to enter museum grounds 9. Mid of people walking toward museum building entrance 10. Mid of people walking down stairs to enter museum 11. Various of people walking 12. People waiting at museum foyer with ticket desk 13. Mid of visitors at ticket desk 12. Close-up of tickets being checked 13. Pan of people waiting outside 14. Wide exterior of museum ACROPOLIS MUSEUM OPENS ITS DOORS The long-awaited Acropolis Museum opened its doors to the public on Sunday. Queues of visitors lined up - waiting to be the first to visit the new home of the Acropolis antiquities. Entry was a nominal charge of one euro (1.40 US dollars) until the end of the year, when it will increase to five euro (seven US dollars). The first four days of tickets were already completely sold out through internet sales. Crouching 300 yards (metres) from the Parthenon's slender bones like a skewed stack of glass boxes, the 130 (M) million euro (180 (M) million US dollars) museum provides an airy setting for some of the best surviving works of classical sculpture that once adorned the Acropolis. By day, printed glass panels filter the harsh sunlight while revealing the ancient citadel in the background. The internal lighting projects the battered statues outward at night, contrasting with the floodlit ruins on the low hill. The museum is the centrepiece of national efforts to regain the Parthenon Marbles - the two and a half thousand-year-old sculptures that were removed from the ancient citadel by a 19th century British diplomat. The sculptures were part of a stunning 160-metres (525-foot) marble frieze of a religious procession that adorned the top of the ancient citadel's grandest structure, the Parthenon. Britain's then envoy, Lord Elgin, pried them off the building in the early 1800s while Greece was still an unwilling part of the Ottoman Empire. Facing bankruptcy, he eventually sold the artworks to the British Museum, where they have been displayed ever since. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 06-21-09 1638EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0000: US Fame Monday, 22 June 2009 STORY:US Fame- REPLAY New trailer for modern remake of iconic dance flick LENGTH: 02:20 FIRST RUN: 2000 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: MGM STORY NUMBER: 610260 DATELINE: None LENGTH: 02:20 CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: ALL SUBSCRIBERS PLEASE ENSURE THAT FILM CLIPS ARE CLEARED FOR MEDIA BROADCAST AND/OR INTERNET USE OR THAT THEY COME WITHIN THE PROMOTIONAL WINDOW FOR YOUR TERRITORY. CONTACT DETAILS, WHERE AVAILABLE, MAY BE FOUND AT THE END OF THE SCRIPT. SHOTLIST (including transcript):- MGM 1. Trailer: 'Fame' More than 29 years after the original hit theaters, 'Fame' is ready for a remix. A new theatrical trailer was released this week. The ensemble cast includes Kelsey Grammer, Megan Mullally, Bebe Neuwirth and Charles S. Dutton, along with a slew of young people learning what it takes to become famous at the New York City High School of Performing Arts. Debbie Allen, who made her big-screen debut as a dance instructor in the original film, returns to play a principal in the remake. 'Fame' is directed by first-timer Kevin Tancharoen, best known for choreographing videos with Britney Spears and Jessica Simpson. The movie will be released in the U.S. and U.K. on 25 September. Additional release dates: Australia 24 September 2009 New Zealand 24 September 2009 Singapore 24 September 2009 Portugal 1 October 2009 Belgium 7 October 2009 France 7 October 2009 Sweden 9 October 2009 Netherlands 15 October 2009 Finland 16 October 2009 Norway 16 October 2009 Germany 29 October 2009 Russia 5 November 2009 Czech Republic 7 January 2010 APTN APEX 06-21-09 1639EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0000: UK Solstice Monday, 22 June 2009 STORY:UK Solstice- NEW Year's longest day welcomed at ancient stone circle LENGTH: 01:13 FIRST RUN: 1530 RESTRICTIONS: No UK/CNNi/ RTE/Al Jazeera English TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: SKY STORY NUMBER: 610376 DATELINE: Stonehenge - 21 June 2009 LENGTH: 01:13 SHOTLIST 1. Wide of people gathered at Stonehenge stone circle 2. Various of people dressed in robes at gathering 3. Wide of man taking off mask 4. Mid of man with woman wearing mask 5. Close of man wearing mask with feathers 6. People at gathering 7. Various of people drumming 8. Wide of people gathered at Stonehenge, zoom in of man dancing 9. Wide of man wearing wreath on his head standing among crowd 10. Various of people at gathering 11. Wide of Stonehenge with people in front STORYLINE Thousands of spectators gathered on Sunday to celebrate the summer solstice at the ancient stone circle of Stonehenge in southern England. The prehistoric monument in southern England is the site of an annual gathering marking the longest day of the year in the northern hemisphere. Warm weather and the fact that this year's solstice fell on a weekend helped draw a record crowd. Police said some 35-thousand people had gathered throughout the night though many had dispersed by morning. Police said the annual party at the mysterious monument was mostly peaceful. Stonehenge, which sits on Salisbury Plain about 80 miles (130 kilometres) southwest of London, is one of Britain's most popular tourist attractions, visited by more than 750-thousand people a year. It was built in three phases between 3,000 B.C. and 1,600 B.C. Mystery surrounds the monument's original purpose. Some theories hold that the stone circle was a grave site because 350 burial mounds surround the structure. In May 2009, archaeologists found evidence indicating that pilgrims perceived the stones to have healing powers. Some other experts assert that the structure was part of an ancient astronomical calendar. The solstice is one of the few times during the year that visitors can get close enough to touch the rocks. English Heritage, the organisation which maintains the site, closed Stonehenge at the solstice after clashes between police and revellers in 1985. It began allowing full access again in 2000 and the celebrations since have been largely peaceful. 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AP-APTN-1300: ITA Armani Sunday, 21 June 2009 STORY:ITA Armani- NEW Armani stays truer to himslef in classic show LENGTH: 04:22 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: APTN STORY NUMBER: 610364 DATELINE: Milan Italy June 20 2009 LENGTH: 04:22 THE MUSIC USED IN THIS CATWALK SHOW HAS NOT BEEN CLEARED FOR USE. WE RECOMMEND YOU REPLACE IT WITH YOUR OWN CLEARED MUSIC. SHOTLIST(including transcript):- AP Television Milan Italy June 20 2009 1. Various catwalk show 2. Finale 3. Armani on stage GIORGIO ARMANI BACK AFTER ILLNESS Italian menswear for the Spring-Summer 2010 got off to a classy start Saturday, with super refinement at Giorgio Armani. Giorgio Armani exalted elegance in a collection that recalled the best in the designer's famed tailored look. The clean cut youths in gray silk, beige tweed or faded blue linen suits with matching shirt and tie, who came down the runway of the Armani theater in downtown Milan accompanied by top-drawer girls in dainty cocktail dresses, looked like they had just stepped out of a 1960's movie. For a more casual look Armani offered cargo bermudas worn with destructured blazers or striped cashmere cardigans. The designer was greeted with extra warm applause as he took his bow at the end of the show, looking gaunt, but wearing his trademark T-shirt and jeans work clothes. It was Armani's first public fashion appearance in several months. The designer had missed the opening of his home furnishing presentation at the Milan furniture fair in April, followed by other no shows, raising concerns about his health. In an interview with the Italian news agency ANSA at the end of May, the designer said he was battling with hepatitis. "It's an illness that takes time to get over, " he said at the time. CLEARANCE DETAILS APTN APEX 06-21-09 0941EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1300: File Yeoh Sunday, 21 June 2009 STORY:File Yeoh- NEW Michelle Yeao to work ith John Woo on martiall arts film LENGTH: 00:37 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: APTN STORY NUMBER: 610368 DATELINE: File LENGTH: 00:37 SHOTLIST(including transcript):- AP Entertainment Cannes, 19 May 2009 1. Medium shot Michelle Yeoh AP Entertainment Cannes, 16 May 2009 2. Various Michelle at Hong Kong party AP Entertainment Cannes, 16 May 2009 3. Michelle Yeoh at premiere for 'Vengeance' 4. Tilt up Michelle Yeoh leaving YEOH TO STAR IN JOHN WOO KUNG FU MOVIE Former Bond girl Michelle Yeoh said Sunday that she will star in an upcoming kung fu movie directed by John Woo, adding that she's not avoiding action movies despite a recent break from the genre. The 'Tomorrow Never Dies 'and ' Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon' actress told a press conference at the 12th Shanghai International Film Festival that the Chinese-language film will start shooting in China in September. She said Woo will share directing duties on the film, tentatively called 'The Sword and the Martial Arts World', with Taiwanese filmmaker Su Chao-pin, who directed the horror film ' Silk.' Yeoh is a former beauty queen who first made her name as an action star in Hong Kong. Her recent roles in 'Memoirs of a Geisha' (2005) and ' Far North' (2007) have veered toward drama, but the 46-year-old actress said she still feels fit enough to handle action. The film with Yeoh is Woo's first new project since his $80 million two-part historical epic ' Red Cliff.' The Hong Kong native was supposed to next direct ' 1949 ', an epic romance set against the Chinese civil war in that year, but the project fell through because of a dispute with its Taiwanese investors. CLEARANCE DETAILS APTN APEX 06-21-09 0942EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1300: STILLS Madonna Sunday, 21 June 2009 STORY:STILLS Madonna- NEW Singer and adopted son David at Heathrow airport LENGTH: 00:27 FIRST RUN: 1330 RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Mute SOURCE: AP PHOTOS STORY NUMBER: 610311 DATELINE: 19 June 2009 LENGTH: 00:27 AP PHOTOS - NO ACCESS CANADA/NO ACCESS UK/NO SALES/NO MAGAZINES/FOR BROADCAST USE ONLY - STRICTLY NO ACCESS ONLINE OR MOBILE SHOTLIST 1. STILLS showing Madonna and her adopted son, Malawi-born David Banda, arriving at London's Heathrow airport from New York STORYLINE Madonna's new daughter was believed to have arrived in London from Malawi early on Saturday, according to two separate sources. An airport employee said that three-year-old Chifundo "Mercy" James flew out on a private jet late on Friday. The girl, the second child Madonna has adopted from Malawi, was reportedly accompanied on the flight by a nanny, a child nurse and a third aide. The employee said the plane was headed to London, with a stop in neighbouring South Africa. He was speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorised to discuss the matter. Meanwhile, a person familiar with the adoption process said the girl should have reached the British capital on Saturday morning. The source also was not authorised to discuss the matter publicly, Madonna has homes in England and in the United States. It was not clear where the singer herself was on Saturday. She arrived at London's Heathrow airport from New York on Friday, accompanied by her adopted son, David, and was rumoured to have left the country again. Reports that Madonna would in the next few days visit her charity's projects in Malawi could not be confirmed. Madonna's request to adopt Mercy was originally rejected in April when a lower court that said she had not spent enough time in the African nation. However, the appeal court ruled on 12 June that that was a narrow interpretation based on old laws and that "in this global village a man can have more than one place at which he resides". It said the singer's commitment to helping disadvantaged children also should have been taken into account in the decision. Madonna has founded a charity, Raising Malawi, which helps feed, educate and provide medical care for some of Malawi's more than one (M) million orphans, half of whom have lost a parent to AIDS. Madonna met Mercy in 2006 at Kondanani Children's Village, an orphanage in Bvumbwe, just south of Blantyre. It was the same year she began the process of adopting David, whom she found at another orphanage in central Malawi. The girl's 18-year-old mother was unmarried and died soon after she gave birth. Since Madonna moved to adopt the girl, a dispute has arisen between the girl's maternal relatives, who agreed to the adoption, and a man who says he is the father and wants to care for the girl himself, but acknowledged he had never seen Mercy. Madonna first traveled to Malawi in 2006 while filming a documentary on its devastating poverty and AIDS crisis. In addition to David, the 50-year-old has two other children: Lourdes, 12, and Rocco, eight. 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APTN APEX 06-21-09 0943EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1300: File Madonna Sunday, 21 June 2009 STORY:File Madonna- REPLAY Madonna's adopted daughter Mercy flown to London LENGTH: 02:30 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP Television STORY NUMBER: 610309 DATELINE: File, various LENGTH: 02:30 SHOTLIST(including transcript):- Blantyre, Malawi - 12 June 2009 1. Various set up shots of Malawi supreme court of appeal 2. Wide interior shot of court room - zooms out from government emblem to a wide then zooms in to a mid shot of Allan Chinula, Madonna's lawyer 3. Mid shot of Allan Chinula, Madonna's lawyer, on phone (talking to the coordinator of the charity, Raising Malawi) UPSOUND (English) "Congratulations, it has been granted. Yes, full adoption, it has been granted." 4. Wide shot of journalists 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Allan Chinula, Madonna's Lawyer: "Very hopeful, very hopeful. Especially on the issue of residency, I think the judgement was spot on. And also on the issue of the effect of international conventions that Malawi has defined. I think the supreme court has settled it all, not just vis-?-vis the conventions that relate to adoption, but conventions on other aspects of our law. " 6. Wide shot press FILE: Gumilera township - 3 April 2009 7. Various of US singer Madonna touring the village, surrounded by villagers and photographers 8. Madonna shaking hands with villager UPSOUND: Madonna speaking to villager: "Hello how are you? Keep up the good work." 9. Various of Madonna talking to officials FILE: Namitete township - 30 March 2009 10. Various of Madonna touring Mphandula childcare centre with adopted son, David Banda 11. Mid of Madonna's son Rocco, with a mohawk haircut, pull out to wide 12. Mid shot David taking pencil from photographer's hand 13. Mid shot Madonna weaving basket 14. Wide of building at centre MERCY 'FLOWN TO LONDON' An airport employee and a person familiar with Madonna's adoption proceedings in Malawi say the pop star's new daughter has been flown to London. The airport employee, who spoke to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity because he is not authorised to discuss the matter, said Saturday ( June 20th) that 3-year-old Chifundo ?Mercy? James flew out on a private jet late Friday headed to London, with a stop in neighbouring South Africa. The person familiar with the adoption, who also was not authorised to discuss the matter publicly, says the girl known as Mercy should have reached London on Saturday morning. Malawi's highest court had granted the adoption June 12. CLEARANCE DETAILS APTN APEX 06-21-09 0944EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1300: US Schwarzenegger Sunday, 21 June 2009 STORY:US Schwarzenegger- REPLAY California governor's plane in emergency scare LENGTH: 00:45 RESTRICTIONS: No NAmerica/ Internet/Must Courtesy KTLA-TV TYPE: Mute SOURCE: ABC (KTLA-TV) STORY NUMBER: 610297 DATELINE: Van Nuys - 19 June 2009 LENGTH: 00:45 SHOTLIST Van Nuys, California - 19 June 2009 1. Aerial of California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's airplane in hangar Unknown location - 19 June 2009 2. Graphic of Schwarzenegger's Twitter post about plane incident Unknown location - Recent 3. Schwarzenegger's plane on tarmac GOVERNOR'S EMERGENCY LANDING A plane carrying California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was forced to make an emergency landing on Friday ( June 19th) after smoke was reported in the cockpit. The jet was about 10 minutes away from landing at Santa Monica airport when the pilot reported smoke coming from an instrument panel, according to a spokesman for Schwarzenegger. The pilot made a "quick, steep, but safe landing" at Van Nuys Airport in the San Fernando Valley, the spokesman added. City fire crews met the jet on the runway. There were no flames and no one was injured. Former actor Schwarzenegger - who played the hero in numerous action movies - seemed unfazed about the scare, using the Twitter micro-blogging service to tell his followers about the incident. He called it "a little adventure" and posted a link to a photo of the jet parked on the runway on his Twitter feed. "All's ok, though," he tweeted. After landing, the governor exited the jet and headed to his Los Angeles-area home, his spokesman said. 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APTN APEX 06-21-09 0945EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1300: Greece Museum Sunday, 21 June 2009 STORY:Greece Museum- NEW Acropolis Museum opens doors to public for first time LENGTH: 01:54 FIRST RUN: 0730 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Greek/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 610349 DATELINE: Athens - 21 June 2009 LENGTH: 01:54 SHOTLIST 1. Wide of main entrance to the new Acropolis Museum 2. Mid of sign reading "Acropolis Museum" 3. Close-up of sign saying museum is opening June 21, 2009 3. Mid of people waiting to enter museum grounds 4. SOUNDBITE (Greek) Chryssa Salamanou, from Athens, first waiting in line and first through door: "We felt that today with our child, we had to be the first ones here to admire the masterpieces which finally found such a worthy, such an important home." 5. Close-up of people sitting on steps waiting to enter 6. SOUNDBITE (Greek) Paige Moore, from Houston, Texas: "There's been a lot of build-up and I've been very excited about the opening and I've been waiting for the last couple of months to come and so I timed it just so I could come to this." 7. Mid of gate opening 8. People passing gate to enter museum grounds 9. Mid of people walking toward museum building entrance 10. Mid of people walking down stairs to enter museum 11. Various of people walking 12. People waiting at museum foyer with ticket desk 13. Mid of visitors at ticket desk 12. Close-up of tickets being checked 13. Pan of people waiting outside 14. Wide exterior of museum ACROPOLIS MUSEUM OPENS ITS DOORS The long-awaited Acropolis Museum opened its doors to the public on Sunday. Queues of visitors lined up - waiting to be the first to visit the new home of the Acropolis antiquities. Entry was a nominal charge of one euro (1.40 US dollars) until the end of the year, when it will increase to five euro (seven US dollars). The first four days of tickets were already completely sold out through internet sales. Crouching 300 yards (metres) from the Parthenon's slender bones like a skewed stack of glass boxes, the 130 (M) million euro (180 (M) million US dollars) museum provides an airy setting for some of the best surviving works of classical sculpture that once adorned the Acropolis. By day, printed glass panels filter the harsh sunlight while revealing the ancient citadel in the background. The internal lighting projects the battered statues outward at night, contrasting with the floodlit ruins on the low hill. The museum is the centrepiece of national efforts to regain the Parthenon Marbles - the two and a half thousand-year-old sculptures that were removed from the ancient citadel by a 19th century British diplomat. The sculptures were part of a stunning 160-metres (525-foot) marble frieze of a religious procession that adorned the top of the ancient citadel's grandest structure, the Parthenon. Britain's then envoy, Lord Elgin, pried them off the building in the early 1800s while Greece was still an unwilling part of the Ottoman Empire. Facing bankruptcy, he eventually sold the artworks to the British Museum, where they have been displayed ever since. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 06-21-09 0946EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1300: US Fame Sunday, 21 June 2009 STORY:US Fame- REPLAY New trailer for modern remake of iconic dance flick LENGTH: 02:20 FIRST RUN: 2000 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: MGM STORY NUMBER: 610260 DATELINE: None LENGTH: 02:20 CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: ALL SUBSCRIBERS PLEASE ENSURE THAT FILM CLIPS ARE CLEARED FOR MEDIA BROADCAST AND/OR INTERNET USE OR THAT THEY COME WITHIN THE PROMOTIONAL WINDOW FOR YOUR TERRITORY. CONTACT DETAILS, WHERE AVAILABLE, MAY BE FOUND AT THE END OF THE SCRIPT. SHOTLIST (including transcript):- MGM 1. Trailer: 'Fame' More than 29 years after the original hit theaters, 'Fame' is ready for a remix. A new theatrical trailer was released this week. The ensemble cast includes Kelsey Grammer, Megan Mullally, Bebe Neuwirth and Charles S. Dutton, along with a slew of young people learning what it takes to become famous at the New York City High School of Performing Arts. Debbie Allen, who made her big-screen debut as a dance instructor in the original film, returns to play a principal in the remake. 'Fame' is directed by first-timer Kevin Tancharoen, best known for choreographing videos with Britney Spears and Jessica Simpson. The movie will be released in the U.S. and U.K. on 25 September. Additional release dates: Australia 24 September 2009 New Zealand 24 September 2009 Singapore 24 September 2009 Portugal 1 October 2009 Belgium 7 October 2009 France 7 October 2009 Sweden 9 October 2009 Netherlands 15 October 2009 Finland 16 October 2009 Norway 16 October 2009 Germany 29 October 2009 Russia 5 November 2009 Czech Republic 7 January 2010 APTN APEX 06-21-09 0947EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1300: US Cat Deeley Sunday, 21 June 2009 STORY:US Cat Deeley- REPLAY TV Personality on her new game show and 'So You Think You Can Dance' LENGTH: 03:18 FIRST RUN: 2000 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP Television, GSN, Fox STORY NUMBER: 610249 DATELINE: Los Angeles, 17 June 2009 LENGTH: 03:18 SHOTLIST(including transcript):- GSN 1. Clip- "20Q" AP Television Los Angeles, 17 June 2009 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Cat Deeley/TV Personality on her new show "20Q" "It's basically man versus machine. We're pitting our wits. Human beings are pitting their wits against a super computer in a game of 20 questions. It's, you know, the quiz game that you know and hopefully the human being wins. When they do they win $20,000 and the super computer is voiced by Hal Sparks. He was in "Queer as Folk" and also on "The Soup." He's a great guy, standup comedian, absolutely great to work with. He keeps it really, really fun. And you know it's a quiz show that everybody can play along with at home but also it's kind of entertaining and fun and you know what? In these current economic times it's the best ever in family entertainment because you can all sit there on the couch together on a Saturday night and watch the show." GSN 3. Clip- "20Q" AP Television Los Angeles, 17 June 2009 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Cat Deeley/TV Personality on her new show "20Q" "It's always one of those moments where if you're sitting at home on your own couch it all seems so easy but when you actually get to the studio and there's the lights and the music and the pressure and everything else and you suddenly turn around and you go, 'Actually it isn't as easy.' You're sitting at home on the couch and you're shouting at the TV going, 'Oh my God you're an idiot! Why don't you know that answer?' But actually in the studio it's a very different thing. AP Television Los Angeles, 13 September 2008 5. Midshot of Cat Deeley arriving at the Creative Arts Emmys AP Television Los Angeles, 17 June 2009 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Cat Deeley/TV Personality on balancing "20Q" with "So You Think You Can Dance" "It's just a case of making time. I love being busy and also if I'm busy it keeps me out of trouble which is a very good thing. But, you know, it's just fitting everything else in. I'm into yoga, and I go see my family and I ride my horse and I do all that kind of stuff. So I just fit everything in. I'm quite good though. I kind of use my time very well." 19 Entertainment/Dick Clark Productions/FOX - No re-use/re-sale without clearance 7. Promo Clip- "So You Think You Can Dance" AP Television Los Angeles, 17 June 2009 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Cat Deeley/TV Personality on whether Katie Holmes can dance: "(Laughter) I think Katie Holmes may be an exceptional dancer." AP Television New York, 6 November 2007 9. Wideshot of Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise arriving at the Museum of Moving Image Salute to Tom Cruise at Cipriani's 42nd Street AP Television Los Angeles, 17 June 2009 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Cat Deeley/TV Personality on the rumor that Katie Holmes may be performing on an upcoming episode of "So You Think You Can Dance": "I think it would probably go exceptionally well. (Laughter) But of course, I couldn't possibly comment whether she would be on the show or not but I think she would do an amazing job." AP Television Los Angeles, 13 September 2008 11. Midshot of Cat Deeley arriving at the Creative Arts Emmys CAT DEELEY PLAYS 20 QUESTIONS TV personality Cat Deeley has a lot on her plate. She's currently hosting the fifth season of the FOX hit "So You Think You Can Dance" and she's now taken on a new game show called "20Q" on GSN. The premise is adapted from the popular Internet and handheld game that that utilizes artificial intelligence to systematically guess a player's chosen word based upon a series of questions. On "20Q" Hal Sparks is the voice of the computer, Mr Q. Deeley takes her busy schedule in stride. "It's just a case of making time. I love being busy," she said. Right now, the 32-year-old is busy fielding questions about rumors actress Katie Holmes will be performing on an upcoming episode of "So You Think You Can Dance." "I think it would probably go exceptionally well," she said, laughing "But of course, I couldn't possibly comment whether she would be on the show or not but I think she would do an amazing job." "20Q" airs Saturday nights on GSN at 7pm CT/8pm ET in the United States. APTN APEX 06-21-09 0948EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1300: Mexico Parade Sunday, 21 June 2009 STORY:Mexico Parade- NEW Colourful gay pride parade in capital LENGTH: 02:07 FIRST RUN: 2330 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Spanish/Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 610339 DATELINE: Mexico City - 20 June 2009 LENGTH: 02:07 SHOTLIST 1. Participants at the start of gay parade, Mexico City's Angel of Independence statue in the background 2. Wide of the parade and floats and spectators 3. Mid of two participants dressed in traditional Mexican clothing 4. Close of the two participants in traditional Mexican dresses 5. Person on top of a van giving out condoms 6. Parade participants receiving the condoms, as they are thrown from the van 7. Parade participant and spectators 8. SOUNDBITE (Spanish): Alvaro Vadilla Lopez, Parade participant: "Homophobia has decreased, people now see it as something more natural and I believe that this (parade) gives a great opportunity to those who are heterosexuals to explain people's sexuality to their children in the best way possible, to show them how to respect others and how diverse the world is." 9. Parade participants dressed in colourful costumes, pan to march and spectators 10. Various of a street vendor selling crowns 11. Various of participant dancing with rainbow flags in parade 12. Various of participants dressed in feathered carnival costumes 13. Pan left of a participant in silver outfit running on spring stilts 14. Young girl holding up sign that reading (Spanish) "To accept them is to love them" 15. Low angle shot of participants dancing on a float 16. Tilt up of a man in costume on stilts MEXICO GAY PARADE Feathers, glitter, rainbow-coloured flags and leather filled downtown Mexico City as tens of thousands of people marched on Saturday during the city's annual gay pride parade. The parade, the country's largest, drew a wide cross section of costumes, from elaborately adorned participants wearing feathered headdresses, and glossy high heels to t-shirt and jean-clad participants wearing multi-coloured necklaces. Floats blasting music carried dozens of dancing, costumed young people, as others passed out condoms. Gays, lesbians and straight supporters come from many states throughout the country to support the battle against homophobia in a country where homosexuality is not generally accepted. "This (parade) gives a great opportunity to those who are heterosexuals to explain people's sexuality to their children in the best way possible, to show them how to respect others and how diverse the world is," said Alvaro Vadilla, who came dressed as a boxer. The parade, which started at midday, continued until the evening in spite of a late afternoon downpour. The parade began at the monument of the Angel of Independence and ended in the city's main Zocalo plaza. 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AP-APTN-1300: ITA Armani Sunday, 21 June 2009 STORY:ITA Armani- NEW Armani stays truer to himslef in classic show LENGTH: 04:22 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: APTN STORY NUMBER: 610364 DATELINE: Milan Italy June 20 2009 LENGTH: 04:22 THE MUSIC USED IN THIS CATWALK SHOW HAS NOT BEEN CLEARED FOR USE. WE RECOMMEND YOU REPLACE IT WITH YOUR OWN CLEARED MUSIC. SHOTLIST(including transcript):- AP Television Milan Italy June 20 2009 1. Various catwalk show 2. Finale 3. Armani on stage GIORGIO ARMANI BACK AFTER ILLNESS Italian menswear for the Spring-Summer 2010 got off to a classy start Saturday, with super refinement at Giorgio Armani. Giorgio Armani exalted elegance in a collection that recalled the best in the designer's famed tailored look. The clean cut youths in gray silk, beige tweed or faded blue linen suits with matching shirt and tie, who came down the runway of the Armani theater in downtown Milan accompanied by top-drawer girls in dainty cocktail dresses, looked like they had just stepped out of a 1960's movie. For a more casual look Armani offered cargo bermudas worn with destructured blazers or striped cashmere cardigans. The designer was greeted with extra warm applause as he took his bow at the end of the show, looking gaunt, but wearing his trademark T-shirt and jeans work clothes. It was Armani's first public fashion appearance in several months. The designer had missed the opening of his home furnishing presentation at the Milan furniture fair in April, followed by other no shows, raising concerns about his health. In an interview with the Italian news agency ANSA at the end of May, the designer said he was battling with hepatitis. "It's an illness that takes time to get over, " he said at the time. CLEARANCE DETAILS APTN APEX 06-21-09 0941EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1300: File Yeoh Sunday, 21 June 2009 STORY:File Yeoh- NEW Michelle Yeao to work ith John Woo on martiall arts film LENGTH: 00:37 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: APTN STORY NUMBER: 610368 DATELINE: File LENGTH: 00:37 SHOTLIST(including transcript):- AP Entertainment Cannes, 19 May 2009 1. Medium shot Michelle Yeoh AP Entertainment Cannes, 16 May 2009 2. Various Michelle at Hong Kong party AP Entertainment Cannes, 16 May 2009 3. Michelle Yeoh at premiere for 'Vengeance' 4. Tilt up Michelle Yeoh leaving YEOH TO STAR IN JOHN WOO KUNG FU MOVIE Former Bond girl Michelle Yeoh said Sunday that she will star in an upcoming kung fu movie directed by John Woo, adding that she's not avoiding action movies despite a recent break from the genre. The 'Tomorrow Never Dies 'and ' Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon' actress told a press conference at the 12th Shanghai International Film Festival that the Chinese-language film will start shooting in China in September. She said Woo will share directing duties on the film, tentatively called 'The Sword and the Martial Arts World', with Taiwanese filmmaker Su Chao-pin, who directed the horror film ' Silk.' Yeoh is a former beauty queen who first made her name as an action star in Hong Kong. Her recent roles in 'Memoirs of a Geisha' (2005) and ' Far North' (2007) have veered toward drama, but the 46-year-old actress said she still feels fit enough to handle action. The film with Yeoh is Woo's first new project since his $80 million two-part historical epic ' Red Cliff.' The Hong Kong native was supposed to next direct ' 1949 ', an epic romance set against the Chinese civil war in that year, but the project fell through because of a dispute with its Taiwanese investors. CLEARANCE DETAILS APTN APEX 06-21-09 0942EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1300: STILLS Madonna Sunday, 21 June 2009 STORY:STILLS Madonna- NEW Singer and adopted son David at Heathrow airport LENGTH: 00:27 FIRST RUN: 1330 RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Mute SOURCE: AP PHOTOS STORY NUMBER: 610311 DATELINE: 19 June 2009 LENGTH: 00:27 AP PHOTOS - NO ACCESS CANADA/NO ACCESS UK/NO SALES/NO MAGAZINES/FOR BROADCAST USE ONLY - STRICTLY NO ACCESS ONLINE OR MOBILE SHOTLIST 1. STILLS showing Madonna and her adopted son, Malawi-born David Banda, arriving at London's Heathrow airport from New York STORYLINE Madonna's new daughter was believed to have arrived in London from Malawi early on Saturday, according to two separate sources. An airport employee said that three-year-old Chifundo "Mercy" James flew out on a private jet late on Friday. The girl, the second child Madonna has adopted from Malawi, was reportedly accompanied on the flight by a nanny, a child nurse and a third aide. The employee said the plane was headed to London, with a stop in neighbouring South Africa. He was speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorised to discuss the matter. Meanwhile, a person familiar with the adoption process said the girl should have reached the British capital on Saturday morning. The source also was not authorised to discuss the matter publicly, Madonna has homes in England and in the United States. It was not clear where the singer herself was on Saturday. She arrived at London's Heathrow airport from New York on Friday, accompanied by her adopted son, David, and was rumoured to have left the country again. Reports that Madonna would in the next few days visit her charity's projects in Malawi could not be confirmed. Madonna's request to adopt Mercy was originally rejected in April when a lower court that said she had not spent enough time in the African nation. However, the appeal court ruled on 12 June that that was a narrow interpretation based on old laws and that "in this global village a man can have more than one place at which he resides". It said the singer's commitment to helping disadvantaged children also should have been taken into account in the decision. Madonna has founded a charity, Raising Malawi, which helps feed, educate and provide medical care for some of Malawi's more than one (M) million orphans, half of whom have lost a parent to AIDS. Madonna met Mercy in 2006 at Kondanani Children's Village, an orphanage in Bvumbwe, just south of Blantyre. It was the same year she began the process of adopting David, whom she found at another orphanage in central Malawi. The girl's 18-year-old mother was unmarried and died soon after she gave birth. Since Madonna moved to adopt the girl, a dispute has arisen between the girl's maternal relatives, who agreed to the adoption, and a man who says he is the father and wants to care for the girl himself, but acknowledged he had never seen Mercy. Madonna first traveled to Malawi in 2006 while filming a documentary on its devastating poverty and AIDS crisis. In addition to David, the 50-year-old has two other children: Lourdes, 12, and Rocco, eight. 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APTN APEX 06-21-09 0943EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1300: File Madonna Sunday, 21 June 2009 STORY:File Madonna- REPLAY Madonna's adopted daughter Mercy flown to London LENGTH: 02:30 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP Television STORY NUMBER: 610309 DATELINE: File, various LENGTH: 02:30 SHOTLIST(including transcript):- Blantyre, Malawi - 12 June 2009 1. Various set up shots of Malawi supreme court of appeal 2. Wide interior shot of court room - zooms out from government emblem to a wide then zooms in to a mid shot of Allan Chinula, Madonna's lawyer 3. Mid shot of Allan Chinula, Madonna's lawyer, on phone (talking to the coordinator of the charity, Raising Malawi) UPSOUND (English) "Congratulations, it has been granted. Yes, full adoption, it has been granted." 4. Wide shot of journalists 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Allan Chinula, Madonna's Lawyer: "Very hopeful, very hopeful. Especially on the issue of residency, I think the judgement was spot on. And also on the issue of the effect of international conventions that Malawi has defined. I think the supreme court has settled it all, not just vis-?-vis the conventions that relate to adoption, but conventions on other aspects of our law. " 6. Wide shot press FILE: Gumilera township - 3 April 2009 7. Various of US singer Madonna touring the village, surrounded by villagers and photographers 8. Madonna shaking hands with villager UPSOUND: Madonna speaking to villager: "Hello how are you? Keep up the good work." 9. Various of Madonna talking to officials FILE: Namitete township - 30 March 2009 10. Various of Madonna touring Mphandula childcare centre with adopted son, David Banda 11. Mid of Madonna's son Rocco, with a mohawk haircut, pull out to wide 12. Mid shot David taking pencil from photographer's hand 13. Mid shot Madonna weaving basket 14. Wide of building at centre MERCY 'FLOWN TO LONDON' An airport employee and a person familiar with Madonna's adoption proceedings in Malawi say the pop star's new daughter has been flown to London. The airport employee, who spoke to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity because he is not authorised to discuss the matter, said Saturday ( June 20th) that 3-year-old Chifundo ?Mercy? James flew out on a private jet late Friday headed to London, with a stop in neighbouring South Africa. The person familiar with the adoption, who also was not authorised to discuss the matter publicly, says the girl known as Mercy should have reached London on Saturday morning. Malawi's highest court had granted the adoption June 12. CLEARANCE DETAILS APTN APEX 06-21-09 0944EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1300: US Schwarzenegger Sunday, 21 June 2009 STORY:US Schwarzenegger- REPLAY California governor's plane in emergency scare LENGTH: 00:45 RESTRICTIONS: No NAmerica/ Internet/Must Courtesy KTLA-TV TYPE: Mute SOURCE: ABC (KTLA-TV) STORY NUMBER: 610297 DATELINE: Van Nuys - 19 June 2009 LENGTH: 00:45 SHOTLIST Van Nuys, California - 19 June 2009 1. Aerial of California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's airplane in hangar Unknown location - 19 June 2009 2. Graphic of Schwarzenegger's Twitter post about plane incident Unknown location - Recent 3. Schwarzenegger's plane on tarmac GOVERNOR'S EMERGENCY LANDING A plane carrying California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was forced to make an emergency landing on Friday ( June 19th) after smoke was reported in the cockpit. The jet was about 10 minutes away from landing at Santa Monica airport when the pilot reported smoke coming from an instrument panel, according to a spokesman for Schwarzenegger. The pilot made a "quick, steep, but safe landing" at Van Nuys Airport in the San Fernando Valley, the spokesman added. City fire crews met the jet on the runway. There were no flames and no one was injured. Former actor Schwarzenegger - who played the hero in numerous action movies - seemed unfazed about the scare, using the Twitter micro-blogging service to tell his followers about the incident. He called it "a little adventure" and posted a link to a photo of the jet parked on the runway on his Twitter feed. "All's ok, though," he tweeted. After landing, the governor exited the jet and headed to his Los Angeles-area home, his spokesman said. 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APTN APEX 06-21-09 0945EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1300: Greece Museum Sunday, 21 June 2009 STORY:Greece Museum- NEW Acropolis Museum opens doors to public for first time LENGTH: 01:54 FIRST RUN: 0730 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Greek/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 610349 DATELINE: Athens - 21 June 2009 LENGTH: 01:54 SHOTLIST 1. Wide of main entrance to the new Acropolis Museum 2. Mid of sign reading "Acropolis Museum" 3. Close-up of sign saying museum is opening June 21, 2009 3. Mid of people waiting to enter museum grounds 4. SOUNDBITE (Greek) Chryssa Salamanou, from Athens, first waiting in line and first through door: "We felt that today with our child, we had to be the first ones here to admire the masterpieces which finally found such a worthy, such an important home." 5. Close-up of people sitting on steps waiting to enter 6. SOUNDBITE (Greek) Paige Moore, from Houston, Texas: "There's been a lot of build-up and I've been very excited about the opening and I've been waiting for the last couple of months to come and so I timed it just so I could come to this." 7. Mid of gate opening 8. People passing gate to enter museum grounds 9. Mid of people walking toward museum building entrance 10. Mid of people walking down stairs to enter museum 11. Various of people walking 12. People waiting at museum foyer with ticket desk 13. Mid of visitors at ticket desk 12. Close-up of tickets being checked 13. Pan of people waiting outside 14. Wide exterior of museum ACROPOLIS MUSEUM OPENS ITS DOORS The long-awaited Acropolis Museum opened its doors to the public on Sunday. Queues of visitors lined up - waiting to be the first to visit the new home of the Acropolis antiquities. Entry was a nominal charge of one euro (1.40 US dollars) until the end of the year, when it will increase to five euro (seven US dollars). The first four days of tickets were already completely sold out through internet sales. Crouching 300 yards (metres) from the Parthenon's slender bones like a skewed stack of glass boxes, the 130 (M) million euro (180 (M) million US dollars) museum provides an airy setting for some of the best surviving works of classical sculpture that once adorned the Acropolis. By day, printed glass panels filter the harsh sunlight while revealing the ancient citadel in the background. The internal lighting projects the battered statues outward at night, contrasting with the floodlit ruins on the low hill. The museum is the centrepiece of national efforts to regain the Parthenon Marbles - the two and a half thousand-year-old sculptures that were removed from the ancient citadel by a 19th century British diplomat. The sculptures were part of a stunning 160-metres (525-foot) marble frieze of a religious procession that adorned the top of the ancient citadel's grandest structure, the Parthenon. Britain's then envoy, Lord Elgin, pried them off the building in the early 1800s while Greece was still an unwilling part of the Ottoman Empire. Facing bankruptcy, he eventually sold the artworks to the British Museum, where they have been displayed ever since. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 06-21-09 0946EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1300: US Fame Sunday, 21 June 2009 STORY:US Fame- REPLAY New trailer for modern remake of iconic dance flick LENGTH: 02:20 FIRST RUN: 2000 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: MGM STORY NUMBER: 610260 DATELINE: None LENGTH: 02:20 CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: ALL SUBSCRIBERS PLEASE ENSURE THAT FILM CLIPS ARE CLEARED FOR MEDIA BROADCAST AND/OR INTERNET USE OR THAT THEY COME WITHIN THE PROMOTIONAL WINDOW FOR YOUR TERRITORY. CONTACT DETAILS, WHERE AVAILABLE, MAY BE FOUND AT THE END OF THE SCRIPT. SHOTLIST (including transcript):- MGM 1. Trailer: 'Fame' More than 29 years after the original hit theaters, 'Fame' is ready for a remix. A new theatrical trailer was released this week. The ensemble cast includes Kelsey Grammer, Megan Mullally, Bebe Neuwirth and Charles S. Dutton, along with a slew of young people learning what it takes to become famous at the New York City High School of Performing Arts. Debbie Allen, who made her big-screen debut as a dance instructor in the original film, returns to play a principal in the remake. 'Fame' is directed by first-timer Kevin Tancharoen, best known for choreographing videos with Britney Spears and Jessica Simpson. The movie will be released in the U.S. and U.K. on 25 September. Additional release dates: Australia 24 September 2009 New Zealand 24 September 2009 Singapore 24 September 2009 Portugal 1 October 2009 Belgium 7 October 2009 France 7 October 2009 Sweden 9 October 2009 Netherlands 15 October 2009 Finland 16 October 2009 Norway 16 October 2009 Germany 29 October 2009 Russia 5 November 2009 Czech Republic 7 January 2010 APTN APEX 06-21-09 0947EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1300: US Cat Deeley Sunday, 21 June 2009 STORY:US Cat Deeley- REPLAY TV Personality on her new game show and 'So You Think You Can Dance' LENGTH: 03:18 FIRST RUN: 2000 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP Television, GSN, Fox STORY NUMBER: 610249 DATELINE: Los Angeles, 17 June 2009 LENGTH: 03:18 SHOTLIST(including transcript):- GSN 1. Clip- "20Q" AP Television Los Angeles, 17 June 2009 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Cat Deeley/TV Personality on her new show "20Q" "It's basically man versus machine. We're pitting our wits. Human beings are pitting their wits against a super computer in a game of 20 questions. It's, you know, the quiz game that you know and hopefully the human being wins. When they do they win $20,000 and the super computer is voiced by Hal Sparks. He was in "Queer as Folk" and also on "The Soup." He's a great guy, standup comedian, absolutely great to work with. He keeps it really, really fun. And you know it's a quiz show that everybody can play along with at home but also it's kind of entertaining and fun and you know what? In these current economic times it's the best ever in family entertainment because you can all sit there on the couch together on a Saturday night and watch the show." GSN 3. Clip- "20Q" AP Television Los Angeles, 17 June 2009 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Cat Deeley/TV Personality on her new show "20Q" "It's always one of those moments where if you're sitting at home on your own couch it all seems so easy but when you actually get to the studio and there's the lights and the music and the pressure and everything else and you suddenly turn around and you go, 'Actually it isn't as easy.' You're sitting at home on the couch and you're shouting at the TV going, 'Oh my God you're an idiot! Why don't you know that answer?' But actually in the studio it's a very different thing. AP Television Los Angeles, 13 September 2008 5. Midshot of Cat Deeley arriving at the Creative Arts Emmys AP Television Los Angeles, 17 June 2009 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Cat Deeley/TV Personality on balancing "20Q" with "So You Think You Can Dance" "It's just a case of making time. I love being busy and also if I'm busy it keeps me out of trouble which is a very good thing. But, you know, it's just fitting everything else in. I'm into yoga, and I go see my family and I ride my horse and I do all that kind of stuff. So I just fit everything in. I'm quite good though. I kind of use my time very well." 19 Entertainment/Dick Clark Productions/FOX - No re-use/re-sale without clearance 7. Promo Clip- "So You Think You Can Dance" AP Television Los Angeles, 17 June 2009 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Cat Deeley/TV Personality on whether Katie Holmes can dance: "(Laughter) I think Katie Holmes may be an exceptional dancer." AP Television New York, 6 November 2007 9. Wideshot of Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise arriving at the Museum of Moving Image Salute to Tom Cruise at Cipriani's 42nd Street AP Television Los Angeles, 17 June 2009 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Cat Deeley/TV Personality on the rumor that Katie Holmes may be performing on an upcoming episode of "So You Think You Can Dance": "I think it would probably go exceptionally well. (Laughter) But of course, I couldn't possibly comment whether she would be on the show or not but I think she would do an amazing job." AP Television Los Angeles, 13 September 2008 11. Midshot of Cat Deeley arriving at the Creative Arts Emmys CAT DEELEY PLAYS 20 QUESTIONS TV personality Cat Deeley has a lot on her plate. She's currently hosting the fifth season of the FOX hit "So You Think You Can Dance" and she's now taken on a new game show called "20Q" on GSN. The premise is adapted from the popular Internet and handheld game that that utilizes artificial intelligence to systematically guess a player's chosen word based upon a series of questions. On "20Q" Hal Sparks is the voice of the computer, Mr Q. Deeley takes her busy schedule in stride. "It's just a case of making time. I love being busy," she said. Right now, the 32-year-old is busy fielding questions about rumors actress Katie Holmes will be performing on an upcoming episode of "So You Think You Can Dance." "I think it would probably go exceptionally well," she said, laughing "But of course, I couldn't possibly comment whether she would be on the show or not but I think she would do an amazing job." "20Q" airs Saturday nights on GSN at 7pm CT/8pm ET in the United States. APTN APEX 06-21-09 0948EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1300: Mexico Parade Sunday, 21 June 2009 STORY:Mexico Parade- NEW Colourful gay pride parade in capital LENGTH: 02:07 FIRST RUN: 2330 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Spanish/Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 610339 DATELINE: Mexico City - 20 June 2009 LENGTH: 02:07 SHOTLIST 1. Participants at the start of gay parade, Mexico City's Angel of Independence statue in the background 2. Wide of the parade and floats and spectators 3. Mid of two participants dressed in traditional Mexican clothing 4. Close of the two participants in traditional Mexican dresses 5. Person on top of a van giving out condoms 6. Parade participants receiving the condoms, as they are thrown from the van 7. Parade participant and spectators 8. SOUNDBITE (Spanish): Alvaro Vadilla Lopez, Parade participant: "Homophobia has decreased, people now see it as something more natural and I believe that this (parade) gives a great opportunity to those who are heterosexuals to explain people's sexuality to their children in the best way possible, to show them how to respect others and how diverse the world is." 9. Parade participants dressed in colourful costumes, pan to march and spectators 10. Various of a street vendor selling crowns 11. Various of participant dancing with rainbow flags in parade 12. Various of participants dressed in feathered carnival costumes 13. Pan left of a participant in silver outfit running on spring stilts 14. Young girl holding up sign that reading (Spanish) "To accept them is to love them" 15. Low angle shot of participants dancing on a float 16. Tilt up of a man in costume on stilts MEXICO GAY PARADE Feathers, glitter, rainbow-coloured flags and leather filled downtown Mexico City as tens of thousands of people marched on Saturday during the city's annual gay pride parade. The parade, the country's largest, drew a wide cross section of costumes, from elaborately adorned participants wearing feathered headdresses, and glossy high heels to t-shirt and jean-clad participants wearing multi-coloured necklaces. Floats blasting music carried dozens of dancing, costumed young people, as others passed out condoms. Gays, lesbians and straight supporters come from many states throughout the country to support the battle against homophobia in a country where homosexuality is not generally accepted. "This (parade) gives a great opportunity to those who are heterosexuals to explain people's sexuality to their children in the best way possible, to show them how to respect others and how diverse the world is," said Alvaro Vadilla, who came dressed as a boxer. The parade, which started at midday, continued until the evening in spite of a late afternoon downpour. The parade began at the monument of the Angel of Independence and ended in the city's main Zocalo plaza. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 06-21-09 0949EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM -------------------