The Evening Team, 1st part of April 18, 2023 (EDS, 1/2).
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Martha's Rule: Martha's Rule to be adopted in NHS hospitals in England from April
Martha's Rule: Martha's Rule to be adopted in NHS hospitals in England from April; ENGLAND: INT Victoria Atkins MP (Health Secretary) interview SOT
1990s NEWS
EVENTS IN AND AROUND NYC APRIL 21-23 1992 04/21/92 LIVERY DRIVER SHOT ATKINS & GLENMORE AVES, BK 04/21/92 FATAL AUTO ACCIDENT BROADWAY & HANCOCK ST, BK 04/21/92 JET ENGINE FIRE (US AIR) RUNWAY 13 LAGUARDIA AIRPORT, 04/22/92 SUBWAY SUICIDE DITMAS & MCDONALD AVE'S, BK 04/22/92 COP STABBING ARREST 48 PCT STATION HOUSE, BX 04/22/92 LANDLORD KILLED 551 E. 81 ST, BK 04/22/92 2ND ARREST IN PRIEST MUGGING 77 PCT STATION HOUSE, BK 04/22/92 YOUTHS BUSTED FOR SETTING HOMELESS MAN ON FIRE TAPD DISTRICT 2, MN 04/22/92 BAYSIDE FAMILY STABBING 32-18 204 ST, ON 04/22/92 PREGNANT GIRL & MAN SHOT PITKING & ESSEX, BK 03/23/92 4 ALARM HIGH-RISE FIRE 61 B'WAY & EXCHANGE ALLEY (MAN 04/23/92 TRIPLE HOMICIDE ARREST FROM SOCIAL CLUB SHOOTING 79th PRECINCT BKLYN 04/23/92 METRO NORTH TRAIN COLLISION GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL , MN 04/23/92 ANOTHER PRIEST ROBBED/BEATEN ST FORTUNATA CHURCH/LINDEN BLVI 04/23/92 CURTIS SLIWA ATTACKED EXTERIOR OF BETH ISRAEL ONLY
FILE John Paul Getty Jr. & Dr. Robert Atkins - STILLS of John Paul Getty Jr & File Dr Robert Atkins
TAPE: EF03/0356 IN_TIME: 22:27:33 DURATION: 1:42 SOURCES: AP STILLS/ABC RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Recent SHOTLIST: AP Photos File- London, 10 March 1998 1. Still of Sir Paul Getty Jr. with his wife Lady Victoria 2. Closer still of Getty and Lady Victoria File 3. Still of Doctor Robert Atkins 4. Closer still of Atkins ABC File 5. Various shots Atkins being interviewed AP Photos File 6. Two stills of Atkins STORYLINE: Sir J. Paul Getty Junior, the reclusive American-born billionaire philanthropist, and Dr. Robert Atkins, the best-selling proponent of controversial high-protein diet, died on Thursday. Sir Paul Getty Jr. shown here with his third wife Lady Victoria after he was knighted by Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, died in a London hospital where he was being treated for a chest infection. He was 70. Getty, Britain's leading patron of good causes, gave away more than 200 million (m) US dollars. In 1985, he gave 63 million to the National Gallery in London. He also gave 32 million to the British Film Institute and millions more in smaller donations, often anonymous, to other charities and causes. John Paul Getty Jr. was born on September 7, 1932, the third of five sons of J. Paul Getty, nicknamed "Oklahoma Crude," who built Getty Oil into a $6 billion fortune - making him the richest man in the world in his day. After attending the University of San Francisco and doing a brief stint in the army, Getty Jr. took charge of Getty Oil enterprises in Rome. But he resigned within six years, and embarked on a freewheeling lifestyle of drugs and parties, growing his hair and adopting colorful velvet kaftans. In 1967, he divorced his wife of 11 years, Gail, with whom he had four children. But the hippie life ended in 1971 when Getty's second wife, Bali-born model Talitha Pol, died of an accidental drug overdose in Rome. He moved to Britain in 1972 and, for years, lived alone in a heavily secured mansion on the bank of the River Thames in London's upscale Chelsea neighbourhood, taking solace in heroin and rum. In 1994, the staunchly Catholic Getty married Victoria Holdsworth, his longtime British girlfriend, who is credited with his rehabilitation and gradual emergence into public life. Doctor Robert Atkins, who was 72, was in a coma and on life support after suffering from head injuries after slipping on an icy pavement on Tuesday, just yards from his Atkins Centre. Atkins first advocated his unorthodox weight-loss plan - which emphasizes meat, eggs and cheese and discourages bread, rice and fruit - in his 1972 book, "Dr. Atkins' Diet Revolution." Its publication came at a time when the medical establishment was encouraging a low-fat, high-carbohydrate diet. The following year, the American Medical Association dismissed Atkins' diet as nutritional folly and Congress summoned him to Capitol Hill to defend the plan. Despite this, his books sold 15 million (m) copies, and millions of people tried the diet. Atkins' philosophy enjoyed a resurgence in the 1990s with "Dr. Atkins' New Diet Revolution," which sold more than 10 million (m) copies worldwide and spent five years on The New York Times best-seller list. But criticism of the diet lingered, with many arguing that it could affect kidney function, raise cholesterol levels and deprive the dieter of important nutrients. This year though (2003), his approach was vindicated in part by the very medical community that scorned him. In February, some half-dozen studies showed that people on the Atkins diet lost weight without compromising their health. The studies showed that Atkins dieters' cardiovascular risk factors and overall cholesterol profiles changed for the better. Besides his work on nutrition, Atkins also argued that ozone gas can kill cancer cells and HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, and he claimed to have treated more than 1,000 patients with ozone therapy. The ozone treatment is a common alternative therapy in Germany and some other nations but has not gained acceptance in the United States. In 1999, Atkins established the Robert C. Atkins Foundation to finance diet research. It has sponsored research at Duke University, the University of Connecticut and Harvard University. Last April, Atkins was admitted to hospital for cardiac arrest, which he said was related to an infection of the heart and was not related to the diet.
Manson Family Murders
NVS0198 0000/00/00 NVS0198 Subject: Manson Family Murders Old Title: None Source: WTN S-Green / I-TBD 01:00:00 Charles Manson Says He's Not Guilty in Impromptu News Conference (6/19/70) C0011524 Santa Monica, CA - MCU Exterior Santa Monica Courthouse. MS of people looking on. WS of Charles Manson walking into courtroom with guards. Manson speaks (SILENT). CU of Susan Atkins. Manson sits in courtroom, speaks to media (SILENT). 01:02:52 Tate Murder Trial Date Set Back for April (3/20/70) C0009422 Los Angeles, CA - WS of Manson escorted by guards down hallway. He greets media. WS of Susan Atkins, Leslie van Houten, and Patricia Krenwinkel walking down hallway singing. Ronald Hughes, Manson attorney, answers questions about his experience and the trial. He confirms his belief that Manson is sane. He criticizes court for mishandling Manson's representation. Reporter questions court official. More of Hughes answering questions from press with Manson supporters singing in background. 01:06:15 Manson Family (8/8/70) C0013489 Los Angeles, CA - Shots ofSusan Atkins, Leslie van Houten, and Patricia Krenwinkel being escorted by guards down hallway. They enter courtroom. Shots of photographers taking pictures. MS Manson escorted down same hallway by guard. CU of Manson. Tracking down hallway of Manson walking as he enters courtroom. More shots of photographers frantically taking pictures. 01:09:38 Ranch Foreman and Wife Talk About Cult Which is Implicated in Tate Murders (12/3/69) C0007227 Simi Valley, CA - Several WS of commune with many vehicles parked outside. WS horses grazing. Mike Armstrong, foreman of Strahn Ranch speaks with reporter. He speaks of his reaction to murders. His wife says the girls were "just plain hippy girls. They were constantly taking dope, drinking wine, stealing cars and anything else you can think of." WS of ranch. 01:10:53 Police Search Cult Ranch Area for Body of Suspected Victim (12/11/69) C0007392 Simi Valley, CA - WS of ranch. CU of trucks with "Movie Ranch" signs. Several shots of police searching through wooded area. They carry away policeman on stretcher. Shots of police carrying away another injured police officer on a stretcher. More various shots outside ranch. An ambulance arrives and police officers place injured officer inside. More shots of police and "Movie Ranch" trucks and "Longhorn Saloon." WS of helicopter landing. WS of ranch. More shots of police searching through wooded area. Closer shot of ambulance arriving and stretcher being placed inside. 01:16:44 Tate Murders - Hippies Death Valley (2/8/70) C0009915 Simi Valley, CA - SU of Bob Hargreaves, WTN reporter. Several shots of run-down shack interiors and exteriors.Tracking shot of street with palm trees. Aerials of Tate Residence. "No trespassing" sign. Shots of man on horse. Horse bucking. Pans of mountains. Shots of man being interviewed. Shot of man seated at desk speaking. Press gang-bang as Charles Manson is escorted outside of building by police. 01:20:30 Charles Manson (4/26/71) C0018466 Los Angeles, CA - Night shot of Los Angeles Sheriffs Department Department bus passing camera. Night shot through fence of police escorting Manson onto bus. Guard opens security fence and bus drives through, passing camera. Tracking shots behind bus on highway. 01:24:57 Sebring Funeral (8/13/69) C0005381 Los Angeles, CA - Arrivals and Exits at funeral of Jay Sebring. Shots of arrivals: Roman Polanski, Paul Newman, members of Mamas and the Papas. Several long shots of mourners leaving funeral. Shakey CU of cross. Long shot of mourners talking. Polanski leaving. George Hamilton leaving. James Garner leaving. Henry Fonda leaving. Steve McQueen leaving. 01:30:33 Manson Brought to Los Angeles for Arraignment (12/10/69) C0007375 Los Angeles, CA - Shot of reporters in hallway. Press gang-bang as Manson is led down hallway and into freight elevator. 01:31:40 Charles Manson and Three Girl Followers Convicted of Tate - Los Angeles - Bianca Murders (1/26/71) C0015760 Los Angeles, CA - Shot of Manson escorted by guards down hallway. Shot of photographers snapping pictures. Shot ofSusan Atkins, Leslie van Houten, and Patricia Krenwinkel being escorted by guards down hallway. 01:32:13 Prosecutor Discusses Tate Murder Testimony and Witness Lawyer Demands Client Protection (7/30/70) C0012322 Los Angeles, CA - Deputy District Attorney Vincent Bugliosi answers questions. He describes the crimes and explains the day's testimony. Attorney for Linda Kasabian, Gary Fleischman, answers questions, explaining his concern for his client's safety. 01:33:58 Manson Girls Camp-Out on Courthouse Sidewalk and Dream of Commune (1/28/71) C0015810 Los Angeles, CA - Tilt down from courthouse exterior to girls sitting on sidewalk. CU of Brenda McCann, Sandra Goode, and Kitty Lutesinger sitting on sidewalk, smiling at camera. Brenda McCann being questioned by reporter. Pan from "Spahn's Movie Ranch" truck to commune. Zoom out and pan of commune area. Sandra Goode answers reporter's question about possibility of Charles Manson being released. REPORTER VO UNDER SHOTS. 01:36:13 Manson Followers (6/25/71) C0019104 West Hollywood, CA - Several shots of five girls crawling along sidewalk as people walking by watch them and comment. 01:37:22 Manson Lawyer, Followers Oppose Jury Verdict, Prosecutor Happy (1/26/71) C0015761 Los Angeles, CA - Defense Attorney Paul Fitzgerald answers questions from press. WS and CU of Prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi answering questions. Says many unprecedented issues have been raised in trial. Comments on lack of defense for Manson. 01:41:20 Tape Ends Charles_Manson Manson_Family
WASHED OUT ROADS CAUSING TROUBLE (2002)
ROAD ON MISSOURI-ARKANSAS BORDER SLIPPING INTO A RIVER.
Martha's Rule: Martha's Rule to be adopted in NHS hospitals in England from April
Martha's Rule: Martha's Rule to be adopted in NHS hospitals in England from April; ENGLAND: INT Victoria Atkins MP (Health Secretary) interview SOT
Pension reform: a crucial week
A2 / France 2
Essence Atkins at the City Year Los Angeles Spring Break: Destination Education
Essence Atkins at the City Year Los Angeles Spring Break: Destination Education at Sony Studios on April 28, 2018 in Los Angeles, California.
Manson Family Murders
NVS0198 0000/00/00 NVS0198 Subject: Manson Family Murders Old Title: None Source: WTN S-Green / I-TBD 01:00:00 Charles Manson Says He's Not Guilty in Impromptu News Conference (6/19/70) C0011524 Santa Monica, CA - MCU Exterior Santa Monica Courthouse. MS of people looking on. WS of Charles Manson walking into courtroom with guards. Manson speaks (SILENT). CU of Susan Atkins. Manson sits in courtroom, speaks to media (SILENT). 01:02:52 Tate Murder Trial Date Set Back for April (3/20/70) C0009422 Los Angeles, CA - WS of Manson escorted by guards down hallway. He greets media. WS of Susan Atkins, Leslie van Houten, and Patricia Krenwinkel walking down hallway singing. Ronald Hughes, Manson attorney, answers questions about his experience and the trial. He confirms his belief that Manson is sane. He criticizes court for mishandling Manson's representation. Reporter questions court official. More of Hughes answering questions from press with Manson supporters singing in background. 01:06:15 Manson Family (8/8/70) C0013489 Los Angeles, CA - Shots ofSusan Atkins, Leslie van Houten, and Patricia Krenwinkel being escorted by guards down hallway. They enter courtroom. Shots of photographers taking pictures. MS Manson escorted down same hallway by guard. CU of Manson. Tracking down hallway of Manson walking as he enters courtroom. More shots of photographers frantically taking pictures. 01:09:38 Ranch Foreman and Wife Talk About Cult Which is Implicated in Tate Murders (12/3/69) C0007227 Simi Valley, CA - Several WS of commune with many vehicles parked outside. WS horses grazing. Mike Armstrong, foreman of Strahn Ranch speaks with reporter. He speaks of his reaction to murders. His wife says the girls were "just plain hippy girls. They were constantly taking dope, drinking wine, stealing cars and anything else you can think of." WS of ranch. 01:10:53 Police Search Cult Ranch Area for Body of Suspected Victim (12/11/69) C0007392 Simi Valley, CA - WS of ranch. CU of trucks with "Movie Ranch" signs. Several shots of police searching through wooded area. They carry away policeman on stretcher. Shots of police carrying away another injured police officer on a stretcher. More various shots outside ranch. An ambulance arrives and police officers place injured officer inside. More shots of police and "Movie Ranch" trucks and "Longhorn Saloon." WS of helicopter landing. WS of ranch. More shots of police searching through wooded area. Closer shot of ambulance arriving and stretcher being placed inside. 01:16:44 Tate Murders - Hippies Death Valley (2/8/70) C0009915 Simi Valley, CA - SU of Bob Hargreaves, WTN reporter. Several shots of run-down shack interiors and exteriors.Tracking shot of street with palm trees. Aerials of Tate Residence. "No trespassing" sign. Shots of man on horse. Horse bucking. Pans of mountains. Shots of man being interviewed. Shot of man seated at desk speaking. Press gang-bang as Charles Manson is escorted outside of building by police. 01:20:30 Charles Manson (4/26/71) C0018466 Los Angeles, CA - Night shot of Los Angeles Sheriffs Department Department bus passing camera. Night shot through fence of police escorting Manson onto bus. Guard opens security fence and bus drives through, passing camera. Tracking shots behind bus on highway. 01:24:57 Sebring Funeral (8/13/69) C0005381 Los Angeles, CA - Arrivals and Exits at funeral of Jay Sebring. Shots of arrivals: Roman Polanski, Paul Newman, members of Mamas and the Papas. Several long shots of mourners leaving funeral. Shakey CU of cross. Long shot of mourners talking. Polanski leaving. George Hamilton leaving. James Garner leaving. Henry Fonda leaving. Steve McQueen leaving. 01:30:33 Manson Brought to Los Angeles for Arraignment (12/10/69) C0007375 Los Angeles, CA - Shot of reporters in hallway. Press gang-bang as Manson is led down hallway and into freight elevator. 01:31:40 Charles Manson and Three Girl Followers Convicted of Tate - Los Angeles - Bianca Murders (1/26/71) C0015760 Los Angeles, CA - Shot of Manson escorted by guards down hallway. Shot of photographers snapping pictures. Shot ofSusan Atkins, Leslie van Houten, and Patricia Krenwinkel being escorted by guards down hallway. 01:32:13 Prosecutor Discusses Tate Murder Testimony and Witness Lawyer Demands Client Protection (7/30/70) C0012322 Los Angeles, CA - Deputy District Attorney Vincent Bugliosi answers questions. He describes the crimes and explains the day's testimony. Attorney for Linda Kasabian, Gary Fleischman, answers questions, explaining his concern for his client's safety. 01:33:58 Manson Girls Camp-Out on Courthouse Sidewalk and Dream of Commune (1/28/71) C0015810 Los Angeles, CA - Tilt down from courthouse exterior to girls sitting on sidewalk. CU of Brenda McCann, Sandra Goode, and Kitty Lutesinger sitting on sidewalk, smiling at camera. Brenda McCann being questioned by reporter. Pan from "Spahn's Movie Ranch" truck to commune. Zoom out and pan of commune area. Sandra Goode answers reporter's question about possibility of Charles Manson being released. REPORTER VO UNDER SHOTS. 01:36:13 Manson Followers (6/25/71) C0019104 West Hollywood, CA - Several shots of five girls crawling along sidewalk as people walking by watch them and comment. 01:37:22 Manson Lawyer, Followers Oppose Jury Verdict, Prosecutor Happy (1/26/71) C0015761 Los Angeles, CA - Defense Attorney Paul Fitzgerald answers questions from press. WS and CU of Prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi answering questions. Says many unprecedented issues have been raised in trial. Comments on lack of defense for Manson. 01:41:20 Tape Ends Charles_Manson Manson_Family
SHOOTOUT IN BUSY INTERSECTION (2006)
On Saturday, April 1, 2006, a shooting incident had erupted at Mineral Court Apartments in the City of Greenwood. The shooting suspect, Sergio Gonzalez, fled from the scene in a red Camaro armed with a 9mm semi automatic pistol. Master Patrolman Tony Gary located the suspect’s vehicle traveling North on Hampton Avenue and initiated a traffic stop. Lieutenant Jeremiah Atkins arrived on the scene to provide backup, as did a unit from the Sheriff’s Office. The shooting suspect, Sergio Gonzalez, opened fire and began shooting at the officers. The officers returned fire while directing motorists and bystanders away from the scene and out of harms way. The shooting suspect, Gonzalez, sustained a single gunshot wound and fell to the pavement that ended the gunfight, which consisted of more than 20 rounds being fired at a busy intersection in broad daylight. No officers or innocent civilians sustained any injury, however, one civilian vehicle and a Sheriff Department vehicle were damaged by gunfire from Gonzalez. "Master Patrolman Tony Gary and Lieutenant Jeremiah Atkins performed in an exemplary manner while under fire. Their actions were consistent with their training, departmental policy, and State statues while bringing credit to themselves, their department, and the law enforcement profession. It is my honor to present them with these Medals of Valor." Chief Brooks then placed the medals on the officers. MAYOR NICHOLSON “I just want to congratulate the two officers for the awards they received. I also want to thank all our officers in the City of Greenwood who do a great job of maintaining order and making sure that we have a safe community for our families to live. Again, we congratulate and commend you for a job well done each and everyday. Thank you.”
Raphaël Glucksmann
Radio France: filmed programmes
California Drought - Tunnel Hill Hydroelectric Power Station 3
Steve Atkins cleans out the screen at the head of the water intake of the Tunnel Hill Hydro LLC. hydroelectric power station in Georgetown, California, U.S., on Thursday, April 9, 2015. Shots: Exterior close up shot of an outtake pipe with water barely dripping out, Shots pan down from a stream of water to an outtake pipe, An engineer cleans out the screen at the head of the water intake of the Tunnel Hill Hydro LLC
Entertainment: S Club split - Top UK bubblegum posters S Club 7 announce break-up
TAPE: EF03/0370 IN_TIME: 14:06:42 DURATION: 6:42 SOURCES: APTN/Blue/19 Management/Columbia TriStar/S Club Ltd RESTRICTIONS: music/performance rights must be cleared DATELINE: 21st April 2003, London SHOTLIST BLUE PRODUCTIONS FOOTAGE - London, UK. 21st April 2003 1. S Club announce split on stage S CLUB LTD 2. Clip video - 'Reach', S Club 7 SPICE GIRLS - 19 MANAGEMENT FOOTAGE - Spain 1997 3. B-Roll Simon Fuller with Emma Bunton and Victoria Beckham (then Adams) APTN File - London, UK. 8th December 2001 4. B-Roll S Club 7 APTN File - London, UK. 10th September 2000 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Rachel: "Even though we are very different we all sort of get on and when we first met we sort of had..." SOUNDBITE (English) Hannah: "We all gelled." SOUNDBITE (English) Rachel: "I don't know, you just work together as a team." SOUNDBITE (English) Tina: "Also there's the strength of the show as well. I think the mixture of the show and the music is the success sort of thing because it's different, no-one has really done that." S CLUB LTD 6. Clip Video - 'Natural', S Club 7 APTN File - London, UK. 10th September 2000 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Jon: "Everyone has days when you feel a bit down or whatever. Maybe something has happened in your personal life and I know you shouldn't bring it to work but sometimes you can't help it and there's days when you really don't want to stand up and smile and sing and dance but you have to because that's your job. Whatever you do people have days when they don't enjoy their job." SOUNDBITE (English) Bradley: "It's a job, it's not like you can phone in and say 'oh I'm not very well, I can't come in today or tomorrow'. It just doesn't happen." SOUNDBITE (English) Paul: "You can't take a sicky." S CLUB LTD 8. Clip video - 'Don't Stop Moving', S Club 7 APTN File - London, UK. NOVEMBER 2002 9. SOUNDBITE (English) T Jon: "Rumours rumours rumours rumours rumours." 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Bradley: "Do we look like we want to split up? Do we look like we want to split up? I don't think so somehow." COLUMBIA TRISTAR 11. Film clip - 'Seeing Double' APTN FILE - London, UK. March 2003 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Jo - on her back problems: "No, it's not better yet, it is going to be quite a slow process, the discs aren't automatically going to go right even though I'd like it if they did. I see it as... I think the second that you star getting down and depressed about it it is going to get worse so you keep focussed, keep happy and you know... it could be worse." COLUMBIA TRISTAR 13. Clip - 'Seeing Double' APTN FILE - London, UK. March 2003 14. SOUNDBITE (English) Jon - on what they've done together without manager: "Airports are always a nightmare, when we go to check in if we don't have our PA with us we are completely lost." SOUNDBITE (English) Rachel: "Yeah, check in fifteen bags... travelling is always." SOUNDBITE (English) Jon: "Restaurants are always a nightmare, as the room service guy will tell you, we are a nightmare." BLUE PRODUCTIONS FOOTAGE - London, UK. 21st April 2003 15. S Club performance - 'S Club Party' S CLUB SPLIT Fans of pop group S Club were heartbroken today, following the news that the band was splitting up, after four years at the top of the pop charts. Ending months of rumours of a split, the six remaining members of the group that used to be known as S Club 7 last night announced to fans at a Docklands Arena concert in London that they would be splitting at the end of May. On the same night, it was announced that the S Club name would live on when spin-off band S Club Juniors were renamed S Club 8. Speculation that S Club would split up mounted after band member Paul Cattermole, 26, left the group last year, to return to his roots - in the form of nu metal band Skua, which he had started at school before joining S Club. And the debilitating back condition being suffered by lead singer Jo O'Meara, 23, which could eventually leave her wheelchair-bound, meant that her career in a dance-based pop band would always be limited. Added to this Rachel has been reported to have some solo plans in the pipeline, and Hannah has recently filmed a small role in a Hollywood movie. O'Meara and Cattermole - along with Rachel Stevens, 25, Hannah Spearritt, 22, Bradley Mcintosh, 21 Jon Lee, 20, and Tina Barrett, 26, - were picked from nearly 10,000 hopefuls for a place in the band by Spice Girls ex-manager and Pop Idol creator Simon Fuller. They were a huge success from the start, and their debut single, 'Bring It All Back', reached No 1 in July 1999. Several successful TV series, Brit awards and four platinum albums followed. Their first and final movie, 'Seeing Double', is in cinemas now. Last year, 'Don't Stop Movin', arguably their most famous hit, won the band a second Brit award, this time for best single. The band's squeaky-clean image was tarnished last year when the male band members were cautioned after police arrested them for smoking marijuana in the street. MUSIC CLEARANCE DETAILS TITLE: Reach ARTIST: S Club 7 WRITER: Dennis/Todd PUBLISHER: EMI LABEL: S Club Ltd TITLE: Natural ARTIST: S Club 7 WRITER: Ray/Fredenucci/Dennis/Ashley/Faure PUBLISHER: EMI LABEL: S Club Ltd TITLE: Don't Stop Movin' ARTIST: S Club 7 WRITER: Solomon/Ellis/Stevens/Spearritt/Mcintosh/Lee/Catte PUBLISHER: Universal LABEL: S Club Ltd TITLE: S Club Party ARTIST: S Club 7 WRITER: Atkins/Hermansen/Rustan/Eriksen PUBLISHER: EMI LABEL: S Club Ltd
In Russia, a war against feminists
Radio France: filmed programmes
California Drought - Tunnel Hill Hydroelectric Power Station
Steve Atkins checks gauges on a control panel at the Tunnel Hill Hydro LLC. hydroelectric power station in Georgetown, California, U.S., on Thursday, April 9, 2015. Shots: Wide shot of a tehnician punching buttons on a digital control panel screen, A technician reads gauges and take notes
Olivier Veran
Radio France: filmed programmes
Entertainment Europe: The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame - Talking Heads, The Ramones join greats in Hall of Fame
TAPE: EF02/0229 IN_TIME: 14:15:58 DURATION: 6:45 SOURCES: APTN/VH1 RESTRICTIONS: VH1 music video/performance rights must be cleared DATELINE: 18th March 2002, New York SHOTLIST 1. Int WS ballroom 2. Isaac Hayes performance 'Theme from Shaft' 3. SOT Alicia Keys introduces inductee Isaac Hayes: "Isaac Hayes, you set the standard for everyone that come after you - everybody that came after you. And it is my great, extreme great honour to welcome you to the rock and roll hall of fame." 4. Various shots, Isaac Hayes and audience 5. SOT Isaac Hayes press room: "When I was a kid in Covington, Tennessee, I used to stand in the fields and watch planes going over head and I said, 'One day I'm going to be on that plane - going somewhere.'" 6. SOT Jewel introduces inductee Brenda Lee: "Even when she made her first record she still had that killer rockabilly growl in her voice." 7. Brenda Lee performance 'Sweet Nothing' 9. SOT Eddie Vedder introduces the Ramones: "Something very unusual is happening here tonight and that's that this industry is paying some respect to the Ramones." 10. WS, the Ramones walk to stage (L-R) Dee Dee Ramone, Tommy Ramone, 11. MS, Charlotte Lesher, mother of Joey Ramone, Joey Ramone's brother 12. SOT Dee Dee Ramone: "Hi, I'm Dee Dee Ramone and I'd like to congratulate myself and thank myself and give myself a big pat on the back." 13. SOT Tommy Ramone press room (on Joey Ramone): "It was one of the last things we talked about and it was very important to him. I give great thanks that we were inducted, just for Joey, definitely." 14. Gene Pitney performance 'Town Without Pity' 15. CA audience 16. Sam Moore/Steve Cropper performance 'When Something is Wrong with My Baby' tribute to inductee Jim Stewart 17. SOT Jakob Dylan introduces Tom Petty: "Tom's vision was so strong, that by the time I came along, I was called the new Petty, when I may have been the only one that deserved the burden of the new Dylan." 18. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers performance 'Mary Jane' 19. SOT Tom Petty: "I am truly humbled to be added to this list of people in this hall that have meant so much to my life." 20. Brian Setzer peformance of Chet Atkins' 'Hidden Charms' 21. Green Day performance of the Ramones' 'Blitzkrieg Bop' 22. SOT Anthony Kiedis of Red Hot Chili Peppers introduces the Talking Heads: "As a band they did things as beautiful and as meaningful as any Nobel scientist or a saint, or any form of God that we believe in. The Talking Heads did that for me and I hope they realise that and I hope they'll always know in this lifetime what they meant to and me and to the rest of the world." 23. Talking Heads performance 'Burnin' Down the House' 24. SOT David Byrne and Tina Weymouth press room (on performing together for the Hall of Fame and if it helped smooth things over between the estranged members): "I would say, yeah, it's helped to smooth things out some." 25. SOT Tina Weymouth, Talking Heads: "If it hadn't been for the press, we wouldn't have had the acrimony." 27. Finale performance of 'Here Comes the Sun' with Jewel and Rob Thomas of Matchbox 22 26. Finale performance of 'Take Me to the River' 27. MS Tina Weymouth, Talking Heads, signing autographs 28. SOT Tina Weymouth: "We were born into this world to do something together, all of us, and we're all connected and we're all going to go back and be together again, but not by kind of manipulations of money and greed and ego and that sort of thing because that's not really where it's all going to fall back into place." 29. SOT Chris Frantz, Talking Heads: "We've just been kind of like creating a nice positive vibe and leave our door open you know?" 30. MS Chris Frantz, signing autographs PUNK PIONEERS ENTER ROCK HALL Years ago they hung out in downtown Manhattan playing music in dive bars such as the legendary CBGBs. On Monday night members of punk rock's first generation, The Ramones and the Talking Heads, had a decidedly more upscale gig. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame welcomed its first members from the new wave and punk eras Monday night, inducting The Ramones and Talking Heads along with classic rockers Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, soul and R&B icon Isaac Hayes, versatile vocalist Brenda Lee and singer/songwriter Gene Pitney. The Talking Heads like The Ramones started off their careers in the 70s. The new-wave art rockers began with a quirky, minimalist sound and first won recognition with songs like 'Psycho Killer' off their first LP. In the 80s the band took off with funk-influenced hits including 'Once in a Lifetime' and 'Burnin' Down the House.' The group's performance at this year's 17th Annual Induction Dinner marks the first time the band has played together in nearly two decades. Lead singer David Byrne has been estranged from his former three band mates, drummer Chris Frantz, singer/keyboardist Jerry Harrison and bassist Tina Weymouth, and has pursued a solo career. Monday night all differences were set aside and the foursome played a tight short set for a welcoming audience. They played 'Psycho Killer,' 'Burnin' Down the House' and 'Life During Wartime.' When asked about a reunion, the former band members said there was always a possibility. Age has mellowed The Ramones. Once they represented the anti-establishment, so it was a bit odd to see them so happy to become part of the music establishment as members of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. New York natives, the Ramones, known for their rapid-fire guitar assaults made headway in music and headlines with exhilarating songs like 'Blitzkrieg Bop,' 'Rockaway Beach' and 'I Wanna Be Sedated.' The original band members adopted the name Ramone from Paul McCartney's alias - Paul Ramon - when his band was called the Silver Beatles. Together they inspired countless punk and new wave musicians. They were inducted by Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam who spoke for nearly 20 minutes before he introduced the band minus its lead singer Joey Ramone who died of cancer last April. Country guitar picker and favourite of George Harrison, Chet Atkins, who died last June was also inducted. The guitarist, songwriter, producer and talent scout sold more than thirty-five million albums as a solo artist, won fifteen Grammy Awards (including a Lifetime Achievement) and is credited for changing the course of country music as a producer. Brian Setzer paid tribute to the late Atkins by playing 'Hidden Charm.' At 59, Gene Pitney is a pop music living legend. He was the chief male vocalist for the compositions of Burt Bacharach and Hal David. He made hits of songs such as 'The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance,' 'Only Love Can Break a Heart,' and 'Twenty-Four Hours From Tulsa.' Pitney did some of his own songwriting, as well. He is behind Ricky Nelson's hit, 'Hello Mary Lou,' and 'Rubber Ball' by Bobby Vee. Pitney still performs. In 1999-2000 he headlined sold-out tours of Australia and the U.K. Stax records co-founder Jim Stewart also was inducted and acknowledged as the creator of the Memphis sound. Among the artists he launched, supported and recorded are such greats as Otis Redding, Sam and Dave, Booker T. and the MGs, Isaac Hayes, and dozens more. Inductee Tom Petty has been on the scene for twenty five years, nurturing a successful solo career and working with countless other musicians including a stint in the super group the Traveling Wilburys with Roy Orbison, George Harrison, Jeff Lynne (E.L.O.) and Bob Dylan. He joined the Hall of Fame with his longtime backup band, the Heartbreakers. Before there was Britney there was Brenda Lee, a true teen idol, who recorded her two best-known songs - the ballad 'I'm Sorry' and the holiday standard, 'Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree' - before her 16th birthday. At twelve, she became the youngest headliner in Las Vegas history. She was popular throughout Europe and a sensation in Latin America when she was fourteen. She was the third-most successful chart artist of the 60s, right behind Elvis Presley and the Beatles. Grammy winner Alicia Keys, inducted the veteran soul singer and producer Isaac Hayes who is perhaps best known for his hit 'Theme from Shaft' in 1971. He started his career as a session musician and worked on many of the classic recordings at Stax. Together with David Porter, he wrote and co-produced many of the great hits by Sam and Dave, including 'Soul Man.' The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation was established by Leaders in the music industry in 1983 to help recognize the contributions of artists who have had a significant impact on the evolution, development and perpetuation of rock and roll. Individuals and groups become eligible for induction 25 years after the release of their first record. The Foundation's nominating committee, composed of rock and roll historians, selects nominees each year in the Performer category. Ballots are then sent to an international voting body of about 1,000 rock experts. Those performers who receive the highest number of votes, and more than 50 percent of the vote, are inducted. The Foundation generally inducts five to seven performers each year.
[Outdoor stage: Pension reform, new day of mobilization on April 13]
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Rodney Atkins greets fans at the 53rd Academy of Country Music Awards Radio Awards radio row at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas at Celebrity Sightings in Las Vegas
Rodney Atkins greets fans at the 53rd Academy of Country Music Awards Radio Awards radio row at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas at Celebrity Sightings in Las Vegas on April 14, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Coal Mine Explosion - Massey Coal - Upper Big Branch
NVS0280 Coal Mine Explosion Upper Big Branch - Massey Coal Mine 01:00:00 STORY:++US Mine- NEW At least 12 killed, 10 missing in US mine blast LENGTH: 02:12 SHOTLIST: ++DAY SHOTS++ Montcoal, West Virginia - 05 April 2010 1. Wide shot traffic near mine ++MUTE++ 2. Mid shot mine entrance ++MUTE++ 3. Mid shot helicopter taking off 4. Wide shot mining company truck and trailer 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Grace Lafferty, local resident: "We really just came to pray, because we don't have immediate family in the mine but we know so many people that work here; our pastor works at this mine." 6. Wide shot mine entrance ++MUTE++ 7. Mid shot emergency vehicle ++MUTE++ 8. Wide shot pickup truck near mine entrance ++MUTE++ 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Jenny Waycaster, family member: "I just started getting all these phone calls, they asked me if Kevin was working the evening or day, that's all they said. When I told him evening, they told me there had been an explosion." 10. Wide shot sign outside mine ++MUTE++ ++NIGHT SHOTS 11. Wide shot ambulance ++MUTE++ 12. Wide shot police officer talking to onlookers ++MUTE++ 13. Wide shot mining company truck and trailer ++MUTE++ 14. Wide shot traffic near mine ++MUTE++ Charleston, West Virginia - 05 April 2010 15. Wide shot exterior of hospital; pan right to ambulances 16. Close-up emergency room sign 17. Close-up hospital sign 18. Wide shot ambulance 01:02:15 STORY:++US Mine 2- NEW At least 25 killed, 10 missing in US mine blast, Obama, victims' families, analyst LENGTH: 03:20 SHOTLIST Washington, DC - 6 April 2010 1. Wide of US President Barack Obama walks to podium, audience applauds, he greets people 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Barack Obama, US President: "I want to send my deepest condolences, our thoughts and prayers to the families and friends of the workers who lost their lives after an explosion took place in a West Virginia mine yesterday. At this moment, there are still people missing, there are rescue teams that are searching tirelessly and courageously to find them. I spoke with Governor Manchin of West Virginia last night and told him that the federal government stands ready to offer whatever assistance is needed in this rescue effort. So I would ask for the faithful who have gathered here this morning to pray for the safe return of the missing, the men and women who've put their lives on the lines to save them, and the souls of those who have been lost in this tragic accident, and may they rest in peace, and may their families find comfort in the hard days ahead." AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Montcoal, West Virginia - 6 April 2010 3. Early morning shot of moon 4. Pull out from mine to satellite trucks parked 5. Framed photograph in woman's hands, tilt up to her crying as she holds photo 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Michelle McKinney, daughter of Benny Willingham, miner reportedly killed in accident: "He was a family man and he loved the Lord; we know where he is at but we still want him back." (Question: And you just want to hear something too I'd imagine?) "Yes we do... we just want the call, the official call. We want to know where his body is, my mom wants to know where he is." (Question: How is your mom doing?) "She's not... my mom is a very sick lady and he took very good care of her. She's got diabetes, a new hip, she's going blind in her eyes from the diabetes." 7. Wide of Tiffany Ellis, Willingham's granddaughter, indicating family members on photo, and his sister-in-law 8. Close of photo as Ellis indicates her grandfather Benny R. Willingham, miner reportedly killed in accident 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Tiffany Ellis, granddaughter of Benny Willingham, miner reportedly killed in accident: "He wasn't my grandfather, he was more like my dad. I grew up without a dad and he stepped right in my dad's shoes. My dad.... I don't know, he promised me to walk me down the aisle and now he is not here." 10. Close of photo of Willingham and his family AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Washington, DC - 6 April 2010 11. SOUNDBITE (English) Davitt McAteer, Lead investigator into the 2006 Sago mine disaster: (talking about methane gas) "It is probably the largest, the single biggest problem for coal mining in the world. It tends to be involved in most, if not all, the disaster explosions that we have in this country as well as abroad." Montcoal, West Virginia - 5 April 2010 12. Wide of traffic near mine 13. Mine entrance 14. Helicopter taking off 15. Mining company truck and trailer 01:05:17 STORY:+US Mine 4- WRAP 25 dead in US mine blast, worst since 1984, reax ADDS CEO LENGTH: 03:32 STORY NUMBER: 642184 DATELINE: West Virginia - 6 April 2010 SHOTLIST: Montcoal, West Virginia 1. Wide shot police roadblock at entrance to Massey mine 2. Mid shot of building in Massey mine site 3. Close-up police officer talking to people in car Dry Creek, West Virginia ++CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: THESE SHOTS ARE NOT FROM MASSEY MINE++ 4. Various shots of coal from nearby site Montcoal, West Virginia 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Joe Manchin, Governor of West Virginia: "They're telling me that the first hole could be as late as tomorrow evening before the first hole is down. Knowing what the conditions would be then to send the rescue teams in. So, it's going to be a very long, slow process. Of course the families, you know, we went through the whole thing again about the 4 that we haven't located. We have 18 people in the mine; 14 have been located and we know have been passed away, 4 we don't know." 6. Manchin during briefing 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Kevin Stricklin, An administrator for the federal Mine Safety and Health Administration: "It's quite evident that something went very wrong here for us to have the magnitude of this explosion. So, it's apparent that something was wrong and I would just ask to give us an opportunity to conduct a full investigation and we'll leave no stone unturned to get to the bottom and tell you exactly what was not going right here when this explosion did occur." Julian, West Virginia 8. Sign outside Massey Coal Services headquarters 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Don Blankenship, Massey Chief Executive: "When I first heard that there was CO (carbon monoxide) at the mine, I was hopeful it was just a smoking bearing or something. But we've scrambled to get in place and of course as the seriousness of it progressed we've become more and more concerned and of course we launched the rescue effort at an early stage." 10. Cutaway of interview 11. SOUNDBITE (English) Don Blankenship, Massey Chief Executive: "Well, it's not possible to put production ahead of safety because you can't be productive if you're not safe." 12. Pan of headquarters Montcoal, West Virginia 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Candice Atkins, Family friend of one of the miners: "Profit over human life is what I think; all they care about is money. Cause all the citations they did not care of it, money over human life. That's basically my opinion." Dry Creek, West Virginia ++CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: THESE SHOTS ARE NOT FROM MASSEY MINE++ 14. Pan of coal Whitesville, West Virginia 15. SOUNDBITE (English) Name not known, Resident: "My brothers, my dad; all of them was miners. My son used to work in the mines, which, you know, he had got hurt. He is not working in the mines no more, he has been trying to get back in, I don't want him back in. I don't care if he has to clean toilets, I don't want him back in the mines." 16. Wide of restaurant 17. Close-up of decoration on wall 18. SOUNDBITE (English) Larry Asbury, Has two sons who work for Massey mines: "Well, everybody knows mining is dangerous but if you're going to live here, which is our home, if you're going to live here you're probably going to end up working in the mines. Young kids know that and any middle aged person that is working out of state and decides to come home, he knows he is probably going to end up going underground, working in the mines." 19. Wide Asbury walking inside restaurant 01:08:43 STORY:US Mine 4- REPLAY 25 dead in US mine blast, worst since 1984, reax. CEO s'bite LENGTH: 03:32 DATELINE: West Virginia - 6 April 2010 SHOTLIST: Montcoal, West Virginia 1. Wide shot police roadblock at entrance to Massey mine 2. Mid shot of building in Massey mine site 3. Close-up police officer talking to people in car Dry Creek, West Virginia ++CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: THESE SHOTS ARE NOT FROM MASSEY MINE++ 4. Various shots of coal from nearby site Montcoal, West Virginia 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Joe Manchin, Governor of West Virginia: "They're telling me that the first hole could be as late as tomorrow evening before the first hole is down. Knowing what the conditions would be then to send the rescue teams in. So, it's going to be a very long, slow process. Of course the families, you know, we went through the whole thing again about the 4 that we haven't located. We have 18 people in the mine; 14 have been located and we know have been passed away, 4 we don't know." 6. Manchin during briefing 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Kevin Stricklin, An administrator for the federal Mine Safety and Health Administration: "It's quite evident that something went very wrong here for us to have the magnitude of this explosion. So, it's apparent that something was wrong and I would just ask to give us an opportunity to conduct a full investigation and we'll leave no stone unturned to get to the bottom and tell you exactly what was not going right here when this explosion did occur." Julian, West Virginia 8. Sign outside Massey Coal Services headquarters 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Don Blankenship, Massey Chief Executive: "When I first heard that there was CO (carbon monoxide) at the mine, I was hopeful it was just a smoking bearing or something. But we've scrambled to get in place and of course as the seriousness of it progressed we've become more and more concerned and of course we launched the rescue effort at an early stage." 10. Cutaway of interview 11. SOUNDBITE (English) Don Blankenship, Massey Chief Executive: "Well, it's not possible to put production ahead of safety because you can't be productive if you're not safe." 12. Pan of headquarters Montcoal, West Virginia 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Candice Atkins, Family friend of one of the miners: "Profit over human life is what I think; all they care about is money. Cause all the citations they did not care of it, money over human life. That's basically my opinion." Dry Creek, West Virginia ++CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: THESE SHOTS ARE NOT FROM MASSEY MINE++ 14. Pan of coal Whitesville, West Virginia 15. SOUNDBITE (English) Name not known, Resident: "My brothers, my dad; all of them was miners. My son used to work in the mines, which, you know, he had got hurt. He is not working in the mines no more, he has been trying to get back in, I don't want him back in. I don't care if he has to clean toilets, I don't want him back in the mines." 16. Wide of restaurant 17. Close-up of decoration on wall 18. SOUNDBITE (English) Larry Asbury, Has two sons who work for Massey mines: "Well, everybody knows mining is dangerous but if you're going to live here, which is our home, if you're going to live here you're probably going to end up working in the mines. Young kids know that and any middle aged person that is working out of state and decides to come home, he knows he is probably going to end up going underground, working in the mines." 19. Wide Asbury walking inside restaurant 01:12:20 STORY:US Mine 2- REPLAY Crews drilling 3rd hole to save possible blast survivors, presser LENGTH: 03:42 DATELINE: Various - 7 April 2010, recent SHOTLIST: Montcoal, West Virginia - 7 April 2010 1. Wide pan left entrance to mine 2. Pan right from mine sign to entrance 3. Close-up mine sign 4. Medium shot Performance Coal Company sign 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Joe Manchin, West Virginia Governor: "They've decided to drill a third hole, and the reason for that is the first hole went so fast and so well, if the third hole with the big rig they have there, they can get these three down, they could be venting a lot better and pulling more air out, and, if you will, decantering (sic) that area quicker." Montcoal, West Virginia - 7 April 2010 6. Wide shot rig on truck 7. Tilt down on rig 8. Various of drilling site Montcoal, West Virginia - 7 April 2010 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Kevin Stricklin, US Mine Safety and Health Administration: "There has been no signals that have been sent down that borehole. Basically the only signal is if you were a miner underground and you heard the drill drilling you knew that people would be coming after you." 10. Cutaway reporters 11. SOUNDBITE(English), Kevin Stricklin, US Mine Safety and Health Administration: "We've shut this mine down on 29 occasions in the past year. I do not have the authority, or my people do not have the authority, to permanently shut a mine down. We can only shut it down until the condition is corrected." (Reporter: Is 29 a lot?) "29 is higher than average." 12. Wide shot mine 13. Medium shot mine 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nick Rahall, Democratic Congressman from West Virginia: "I have heard stories, in no way confirmed, of unsafe methane and dust buildups. I have talked to individuals who have been in coal mines, or have loved ones that are working in coal mines, or have lost loved ones in coal mines, who will not be identified of course by name, but will say that something's fishy here, that there are corners being cut, that they wish somebody, not themselves of course, would take them by the bullhorns and investigate." Whitesville, West Virginia - 7 April 2010 15. Pan from house to sign that reads: "pray for the coal miners and their families!" 16. Close-up sign that reads: "pray for the coal miners and their families!" 17. Wide shot Terri Stewart, ex-wife of miner Stanley Stewart, who survived the blast 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Terri Stewart, ex-wife of miner Stanley Stewart, who survived the blast "I hope that some of the things that can happen is that they will take more safety precautions, you know, with the way that the mine is handled, the way that the company promotes safety and what they do when they're in violation of anything that they should be doing. I hope that whoever, the powers that be, would come in and inspect them more to make sure that they are following safety procedures, that they are making a better effort to protect the miners that are in there." 19. Wide shot restaurant 20. Close-up restaurant exterior 21. Woman working in diner, Kimberley Sears 22. SOUNDBITE: (English) vox pop, Kimberly Sears, Whitesville resident: "It'll be scary every day that one of their sons or one of their nieces or nephews, whatever, goes down. It's just going to be a scare each time they go underground." 01:16:06 STORY:+US Mine- WRAP Rising gas levels force rescue team to leave mine ADDS presser LENGTH: 02:30 DATELINE: Whitesville/Montcoal, 8 Apr 2010 SHOTLIST Montcoal, West Virginia 1. Pan to Performance Coal Company sign 2. Close up of Performance Coal Company sign 3. Wide of entrance to mine 4. Pan down of entrance to the mine Montcoal, West Virginia 5. West Virginia Governor Joe Manchin pointing to map of mine 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Governor Joe Manchin, West Virginia: "Started with you at 6:30 and we had great hopes, right that this was going to move pretty quick and by now we could have had some comfort and closure to families and maybe we would have had a miracle who knows, we all thought that would happen this morning and when it didn't happen, but then you have to settle in to reality that you have got 32 brave people, you have got 60 or 80 brave people that are willing go in there and do whatever and you just can't take that risk." 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Kevin Stricklin, administrator for the Mine Health and Safety Administration: "We have to get in there, we have to try to get in there sometime, and if we can't do it with the barometer and the reduction in the explosability, we have to put the nitrogen in there and get people in there tonight." 8. Mid of presser 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Kevin Stricklin, administrator for the Mine Health and Safety Administration: "We committed to the families that we wanted to get into the chambers within 96 hours and we are trying to do everything in our power to do that, without taking a chance on the rescue teams and we think this is the way to do it." 10. End of news conference Whitesville, West Virginia 11. Interior of restaurant 12. Various of customer watching news conference 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Sue Pauley, Whitesville resident: "It is sad. You know, just like anyone else we want answers. We want to know if those guys are alive and we hope and pray that they are. And that's what we're going on. We believe in the Lord and we know that he can and he will come to their rescue." 14. Various of US flag at half mast in front of the fire and rescue building 15. Various of sign outside bank saying "Pray for our miners!" 16. Traffic 01:18:26 STORY:++US Mine 2- NEW Crews prepare to go back into the mine, funerals, Obama sot LENGTH: 04:01 DATELINE: Various - 9 April 2010 SHOTLIST: Washington DC, 9 April 2010 1. Mid of US President Barack Obama walking out of the Oval Office and out to Rose Garden 2. Cutaway of Obama 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Barack Obama, US President: "This has been an unimaginably difficult week for the people who live near Montcoal. Thirty-one workers were inside the Upper Big Branch mine when an explosion ripped through its walls on Monday afternoon. Two were saved. Twenty-five were lost. And for the four who remain missing, we are praying for a miracle. I want to offer my deepest condolences to the friends and the families of the fathers and the husbands and brothers, nephews and sons who were killed in this accident. I'm also in awe of the courage and selflessness shown by the rescue teams who've risked their lives over and over and over this week for the chance to save another. They've worked around the clock, with little sleep, for the past few days, and this nation owes them a debt of gratitude." Montcoal, West Virginia, 9 April 2010 4. Cutaway of Kevin Stricklin, US Mine Safety and Health Administration official at news conference 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Kevin Stricklin, Mine Safety and Health Administration: "Based on the nitrogen inerting the 22 longwall area, a decision has been made again to send rescue teams underground. They are gearing up or going underground, basically as we speak. 6. Cutaway of Stricklin 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Kevin Stricklin, Mine Safety and Health Administration: "We're right now at 95 hours. So, we're confident that if they got in there (the rescue chamber which they have not searched yet) and they were alive that we would be able to still rescue them. Probably, we're somewhere in the vicinity right now hopefully getting in there within three and a half to four hours to that refuge chamber." 8. Wide of people outside mine holding banners supporting miners 9. Pan of girl holding sign reading: "My daddy is a miner" 10. SOUNDBITE: (English), Brittany, Local Resident: "It really hurts my feelings because I wish they'd find them. I mean, I can just keep praying, that's all I can do. So I hope that they find them in the other chamber and I hope they are okay and have been...++INAUDIBLE++ That's all I can pray for." 11. Mid of Theresa Davidson, local resident holding sign reading: "We need 4 miracles" 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Theresa Davidson, Local Resident: "Devastated. We're wanting our miners out and we pray and hope that we can bring everybody out, give the family closure." 13. Wide of mine entrance 14. Close up of mine entrance Mullens, West Virginia, 9 April 2010 15. Wide of church, where funeral was held for Benny Willingham 16. Mid of church sign reading :"In loving memory of benny Willlingham and all who perished with him." 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Kay Fulford, Friend of Willingham: "And if someone did not know him, they missed out on a lot. They missed out on a lot not knowing Benny." 18. Mid of Fulford walking towards church 19. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ronnie Thompson, Friend of Willingham: "On Tuesday morning is when we found out that Benny did not make it. And so we started making our plans whenever the service was going to be, that we knew we would be coming. We were going to be here for Benny? (Reporter: Why is it so important for you to be here for this service?) "He was so much part of us, the seven of us." 20. Mid of Thompson and other friends of Willingham walking into church 21. Wide of church service 22. Mid of Edith Willingham in middle, wife of Willingham, and others in front of casket 23. Mid of mourners with photo of Willingham and family 24. Close up of Edith Willigham being comforted 25. Various of funeral service 01:22:31 STORY:US Mine- REPLAY Bodies of four missing miners found, reax LENGTH: 02:17 DATELINE: Montcoal - 10 Apr 2010 SHOTLIST 1. Ambulances arriving at mine to retrieve miner bodies ++NIGHT TIME++ 2. Ambulances drive into mine entrance ++NIGHT TIME++ 3. Ambulances parked outside mine entrance ++NIGHT TIME++ 4. West Virginia Governor walks to podium 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Joe Manchin, West Virginia governor "We did not receive the miracle that we prayed for. We have accounted for the four miners that have been unaccounted for. We have a total of 29 brave miners who we are recovering at this time. We have been spending time with the families as you can tell. It's a very difficult time. They're strong people, very loving and good people, but very, very hard times." 6. Tammy Gobble, local teacher, seen from back, listening to press conference 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Joe Manchin, West Virginia governor "None of the chambers had been deployed and none of our miners suffered, so this journey has ended and now the healing can start." 8. Tammy Gobble, local teacher, listening to press conference 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Tammy Gobble, local teacher "The families get some closure, but the pain is still there. It won't go away." 10. Man hugging Gobble 11. Tight shot of Gobble's face 12. Man leads distraught Gobble away 01:24:51 STORY:++US Mine- NEW Obama and Biden at memorial service for West Virginia miners LENGTH: 03:48 DATELINE: Beckley, West Virginia - 25 April 2010 SHOTLIST: 1. US President Barack Obama and US Vice President Joe Biden walking into memorial service, UPSOUND: audience applause 2. Obama and Biden shaking hands and taking their seats 3. Pull out from Obama and Biden with backs to camera to wide of stage, with white memorial crosses, photos of the miners, and large wreath with 29 white roses 4. Wide of West Virginia First Lady Gayle Manchin reading out the miners' names 5. STILL showing miner Jason Matthew Atkins (first name to be read out) 6. Applause as Atkins' family walks in, Obama clapping (standing right of screen) 7. Mid of row of photos of miners who died 8. Obama walking to the podium 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Barack Obama, US President: "How can we fail them? How can a nation that relies on its miners not do everything in its power to protect them? How can we let anyone in this country put their lives at risk by simply showing up to work, by simply pursuing the American Dream?" 10. Close of miners' photos on stage 11. SOUNDBITE (English) Barack Obama, US President: "They began their day as they worked in darkness, in coveralls and hard-toe boots, a hardhat over their heads. They would sit quietly for their hour-long journey, five miles (eight kilometres) into the mountain, the only light the lamp on their caps, or the glow from the mantrip (underground transport vehicle) they rode in." 12. Close pan of miners' helmets with lamps, each on a white cross (++overlaid with music at source++) 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Barack Obama, US President: "Most days, they would emerge from the dark mine, squinting at the light. Most days, they'd emerge, sweaty and dirty and dusted from coal. Most days they'd come home. But not that day." 14. Miner's helmets on crosses, pan up to photomontage of miners who died (++overlaid with music at source++) 15. SOUNDBITE (English) Barack Obama, US President: "All that hard work. All that hardship. All the time spent underground. It was all for their families. It was all for you. For a car in the driveway, a roof overhead. For a chance to give their kids opportunities they would never know, and enjoy retirement with their spouses. It was all in the hopes of something better. And so these miners lived as they died, in pursuit of the American Dream." 16. Various of lights on miners' helmets turned on in sequence 17. Wide of lights on miners' helmets alighting in unison, UPSOUND: audience applause 18. Mid of Obama walking out, with his arm on mourner's shoulder, shaking hands with people as he walks out (++overlaid with music at source++) 19. Miners' families walking out after memorial service (++overlaid with music at source++) 01:28:41 NYU34480 Story Name: MASSEY COAL MINE EXPLOSION / CANDLELIGHT VIGIL P1 Date Shot: 2010/04/07 Location: CABIN CREEK, WV USA Contents: FTG OF THE CANDLELIGHT VIGIL FOR COVERAGE OF THE FATAL EXPLOSION AT AN UNDERGROUND COAL MINE, OWNED BY MASSEY ENERGY, WHERE AT LEAST 25 MINERS WERE KILLED AND FOUR ARE MSSING People gather at a candlelight vigil in Cabin Creek, W.Va. Three miners from the area were killed at an explosion at Massey Energy's Upper Big Branch Coal Mine in Montcoal, W.Va. They were Timmy Davis Sr., Cory Davis and Josh Napper. End of tape 01:33:04
Entertainment: Ashanti - R n B star speaks about her latest track and the pressures of success
TAPE: EF03/0574 IN_TIME: 20:53:46 DURATION: 3:48 SOURCES: APTN/Universal/Warner RESTRICTIONS: music/performance rights must be cleared DATELINE: June 2003, London SHOTLIST Universal 1. Music clip - 'Rock Wit U,' Ashanti APTN London. June 6, 2003 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Ashanti: "There are a lot of potential singles on the album but just being that it was summertime, we did the album in Miami, it was 90 degrees every day, it was a very beachy feel. So we just ran with 'Rock Wit U' Universal 3. Music clip - 'Rock Wit U,' Ashanti APTN London. June 6, 2003 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Ashanti: "The whole feeling of the album is just hot, it's deep, it's variety. Some songs are not as upbeat up and party but the feeling about the song is so real so it's definitely a warm album where you just understand and can come to grips with everything on there." Warner Bros 5. Music clip - 'What's Luv,' Fat Joe Feat. Ashanti APTN London. June 6, 2003 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Ashanti - on pressure of success: "I definitely think that it inspired me - it was a good kind of pressure. It was like we had all this success with the first album, imagine with all the knowledge that we know now what we could try and accomplish with the second album. So it definitely made me want to work harder and stay in the studio longer hours you know? It was a good thing." Universal 7. Music clip - 'Rock Wit U,' Ashanti APTN London. June 6, 2003 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Ashanti: "Wow. It was definitely scary the first time I got on Bubbles the elephant.She was like ten feet high and her skin was extremely hard so it was scary when I first got there but after just riding a little while and being there with the trainer it actually was cool. I got used to it so it was alright." APTN File London. October 2002 9. Various b-roll Ashanti APTN File Los Angeles. December, 2002 10. Various B-roll Ashanti 11. Screaming fans APTN London. June 6, 2003 12.SOUNDBITE (English) Ashanti:"I don't think I lost anything. There's a negative side to everything you do in life and to me it just comes along with the territory, with all of the good stuff there has to be some bad stuff going on." Universal 13. Music clip - 'Rock Wit U,' Ashanti ASHANTI ROCKS ON WITH NEW ALBUM Following her triple-platinum self-titled debut, Grammy winning singer-songwriter Ashanti is back with 'Chapter 2', a new collection of summery hits written and recorded in the scorching Miami sunshine. The 22-year-old describes the album as having a 'beachy feel' and the lead single is the upbeat 'Rock Wit U (Awww Baby)'. Having sold more copies of her debut album than any other female artist in history, many would find the pressure of a follow-up album hard to handle. Ashanti however found inspiration on her mega success and her achievements simply fuelled her to work even harder on her new material. "I definitely think that it inspired me - it was a good kind of pressure. It was like we had all this success with the first album, imagine with all the knowledge that we know now what we could try and accomplish with the second album. So it definitely made me want to work harder and stay in the studio longer hours you know? It was a good thing." The video for new single 'Rock Wit U (Awww Baby)', helmed by 'Bulletproof Monk' director Paul Hunter, sees the singer riding an elephant on Miami beach, a task she found fairly daunting. "Wow. It was definitely scary the first time I got on Bubbles the elephant.She was like ten feet high and her skin was extremely hard so it was scary when I first got there but after just riding a little while and being there with the trainer it actually was cool. I got used to it so it was alright." Ashanti hit the bigtime Stateside in March 2002 when she was Ja Rule's counterpart on the hypnotic 'Always On Time', provided the chorus to Fat Joe's 'What's Luv?', and married her vocals with the late Notorious B.I.G. for 'Unfoolish'. During that month Ashanti held three of the Top 10 positions in the Billboard chart, including numbers 1 and 2 with Ja Rule and Fat Joe, while her own 'Foolish' climbed to the top of the charts in April and remained at the top until the end of June. The album 'Ashanti' sold 500,000 copies in its first week of release. 'Chapter 2' is due in stores on July 1st. Later on that month, Ashanti will hit the road with Mariah Carey for the U.S. run of Carey's 'Charmbracelet' tour. CLEARANCE DETAILS TITLE: Rock Wit U ARTIST: Ashanti WRITER: TBC PUBLISHER: TBC LABEL: Universal TITLE: What's Luv ARTIST: Fat Joe Feat. Ashanti WRITER: Parker/Lorenzo/Cartagena/Rios/Atkins PUBLISHER: Sample Suspense. LABEL: Warner Music
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