The 20h investigation: Unhealthy housing in the viewfinder
A2 / France 2
DN-LB-038 Beta SP
[Housing - Apartments, Ghetto, Reconstruction]
PARALYZED PRINCIPAL (08/08/1997)
A Plant, Florida high school principal, paralyzed from the waist down, leaves a Tampa area rehab facility today.. and talks to the station about his plans for the future.. which include going back to the job he loves.
04/10/67 A0062281 NEW YORK CITY: INSTANT REHABITATION:
04/10/67 A0062281 NEW YORK CITY: INSTANT REHABITATION: UNCUT "INSTANT REHABITATION" SHOWS: SHOT OF REMODELED KITCHEN AND BATHROOM: SHOTS OF REMODELED LIVING ROOM: EXT OF A CRANE ALSO EXTERIOR OF THE HOUSE: SHOTS OF AN APARTMENT BEFORE THE REMODLING: (SHOT RECENTLY 80FT) HOUSING - GENERAL HOUSING - NEW YORK , NEW YORK CONSTRUCTION XX / 80 FT / 16 NEG / D15643
interior of modern washroom 4k
interior of modern washroom 4k
Terroirs of excellence in Périgord
FR3 / France 3
MINNEAPOLIS CONSIDERING DEREGULATING BATHROOMS (2013)
Right now Minneapolis code requires bars and restaurants, no matter how small, to have separate male and female restrooms. The matter applies only to single stall bathrooms, not larger multi-stall bathrooms. Small business owners say the requirement is a needless but costly requirement. In fact, one bar owner says the requirement cost her an additional $5-$10,000 during a recent remodeling project. It also means people needing to use a restroom must wait until theirs is not being used even when an opposite sex bathroom is empty. City councilors are now considering whether to strip the gender requirement from city code. It could lead to more unisex bathrooms that men and women share. However, councilors say state law may have to be changed as well since city code is often patterned after state building codes.
KIDS SPECIAL / BRIGHTWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
INTVS AT BRIGHTWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FOR THE PETER JENNINGS SPECIAL W/ PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON ANSWERING CHILDREN'S QUESTIONS IN WASHINGTON, DC. 02:00:31 CU OF REGINALD BIRCH. 02:01:00 INTV W/ BIRCH, 11 YEARS OLD, SIXTH GRADER, BRIGHTWOOD. HE TALKS ABOUT NO REPAIRS BEING MADE AT BRIGHTWOOD SCHOOL OVER 67 YEARS, STRUCTURAL PROBLEMS IN THE BUILDING, IN HIS CLASSROOM AND THE BATHROOM, NEEDING A SCIENCE LAB, THE LIBRARY BEING TOO SMALL, THE NEED FOR MODERNIZATION AND NEW EQUIPMENT, THE OLD TEXTBOOKS. HE MENTIONS LIKING HIS TEACHERS. HE ALSO TALKS ABOUT THE AUDITORIUM BEING USED FOR MEALS, PLAYS, PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND ASSEMBLIES. HE SAYS HE WOULD TELL THE PRESIDENT ABOUT THE CONDITION OF THE SCHOOL AND ASK HIM WHO IS SUPPOSED TO FIX AND REMODEL SCHOOLS. HE ALSO THINKS THE NURSE SHOULD BE AT THE SCHOOL MORE OFTEN AN THERE SHOULD BE BETTER VENTILATION IN THE BUILDING. 02:15:26 CU OF LECHERE LYONS. 02:15:32 INTV W/ LYONS, 11 YEARS OLD, BRIGHTWOOD. SHE TALKS ABOUT THE POOR CONDITION OF THE GIRL'S BATHROOM, HER CLASSROOM, THE HALLWAYS, DIFFICULTY IN CONCENTRATING DUE TO THE COLD CONDITIONS INSIDE, THE SMALL LIBRARY, THE NEED FOR MORE COMPUTERS, AIR CONDITIONING, A GYM, ANOTHER LUNCH ROOM AND A PLACE FOR ASSEMBLIES, NEED TO FIX BOILER ROOM AND WINDOWS, NEED FOR NEW TEXTBOOKS. SHE SAYS SHE WOULD ASK THE PRESIDENT HOW HE WOULD MAKE BRIGHTWOOD A BETTER PLACE TO LEARN AND HAVE FUN AND TELL HIM ABOUT THE SCHOOL'S PROBLEMS.
Latin American plumber fixing the bathroom’s sink faucet at a customers home
Latin American plumber fixing the bathroom’s sink faucet at a customers home - Home service concepts
The CROUS of Corsica renovates two buildings in Corte - Objective: limit energy losses
Méditerranée
KIDS SPECIAL / BRIGHTWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
INTV AND SHOW AND TELL B-ROLL AT BRIGHTWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FOR THE PETER JENNINGS SPECIAL W/ PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON ANSWERING CHILDREN'S QUESTIONS IN WASHINGTON, DC. 03:00:26 CU OF CARATA WILLIAMS. 03:00:36 INTV W/ WILLIAMS, 12 YEARS OLD, BRIGHTWOOD. HE SAYS HE LIKES HIS TEACHERS. HE TALKS ABOUT THE POOR CONDITION OF HIS CLASSROOM INCLUDING THE WINDOWS AND THE TEMPERATURE, THE HALLWAY FLOORS, AND THE BOYS' BATHROOM. HE SAYS HE THINKS THE SCHOOL NEEDS TO BE REMODELED AND NEEDS UP TO DATE TEXTBOOKS. HE ALSO TALKS ABOUT THE MULTIPLE USES OF THE AUDITORIUM. HE SAYS HE WOULD TELL PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON THAT BRIGHTWOOD NEEDS HELP FOR REMODELING AND ASK HIM WHAT HE WOULD DO TO HELP BRIGHTWOOD AND OTHER SCHOOLS LIKE IT. HE TALKS ABOUT THE BAD CONDITION OF THE BOILER ROOM. 03:18:25 MS OF CHIPPED PAINT ON DOOR. 03:18:29 FTG OF WILLIAMS SHOWING DAMAGED DOOR AND LOCKERS. 03:18:54 WLS OF BUCKLED FLOOR IN HALLWAY. CU OF BUCKLING. 03:19:14 FTG OF LECHERE LYONS, 11 YEAR OLD, SHOWING CRACKS IN FLOOR. 03:21:17 MS OF CRACKS IN FLOOR. PULL OUT TO LS OF HALLWAY. CU OF BUCKLING FLOOR. 03:22:16 PUSH INTO SHOT OF WINDOW FRAME. 03:22:23 FTG OF WILLIAMS SHOWING CRACKED WINDOWS AND ROTTED FRAMES. 03:22:56 SHOT OF WET PLASTER ON WALL. 03:23:12 FTG OF LYONS SHOWING WHERE RAIN CAME THROUGH CEILING. 03:23:32 UPWARD SHOT AND PAN OF WET CEILING AND WALL. WS OF WINDOW. 03:23:48 FTG OF LYONS SHOWING STUCK WINDOW. 03:24:07 FTG OF REGINALD BIRCH, 11 YEARS OLD, SHOWING CRACK ON FLOOR UNDER DOOR. 03:25:15 LS AND PUSH INTO CRACKED PLASTER. LS OF HALLWAY. PAN UP TO PLASTERED CEILING. 03:26:15 WS OF OUTSIDE OF DOOR TO BOY'S BATHROOM. 03:26:23 FTG OF BIRCH SHOWING BROKEN DOOR TO BATHROOM, CRACKED AND BOARDED UP WINDOWS, STALLS WITHOUT LOCKS, BROKEN FAUCETS, A CLOSED UP DOOR.
Tile - Resurfacing
HOMEOWNERS WORKING ON A REMODELING PROJECT USUALLY HOPE TO SAVE MONEY WHEN THEY CAN. AND NOW THERE IS A WAY TO CUT COSTS WHEN FIXING YOUR KITCHEN AND BATHROOM.
Process of apartment renovation - before and after - modern luxury bathroom.
Footage of modern luxury bathroom - green and white tiles with black details. Panning starts with the room before the renovation and ends with renovated room. Footage shot with Canon R5.
Young couple talking while repairing sink
MS Young couple talking while repairing sink
Home - BioChem - Shelters
AT HOME SHELTERS FOR BIOLOGICAL OR CHEMICAL WARFARE PROTECTION ARE CATCHING ON. ONE DENVER HOME FOR SALE HAS HAD INQUIRIES FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY.
Space/US NASA Docking - Endeavour docks with space station for remodel mission,
NAME: NASA DOCKING 20081116I TAPE: EF08/1155 IN_TIME: 10:18:53:09 DURATION: 00:00:49:01 SOURCES: NASA TV DATELINE: Space/Houston, 16 Nov 2008 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: Outer Space 1. Mid of Endeavour shuttle docking ports 5 feet apart ++MUTE++ Houston TX 2. Cutaway of interior of Johnson Space Centre ++MUTE++ Outer Space 3. Mid of shuttle docking 4. Shuttle docked at international space station 5. Mid of docking port 6. Various of shuttle docked at international space station ++MUTE++ STORYLINE: Space shuttle Endeavour linked with the international space station on Sunday, kicking off a huge home makeover that will allow twice as many astronauts to live up there beginning next year (2009). Commander Christopher Ferguson guided the shuttle to a smooth docking as the two spacecraft soared 212 miles (341 kilometres) above India. His ship's radar worked just fine, despite earlier trouble with the antenna. Earlier in the afternoon, before Endeavour began its final approach from eight miles out, the space station's skipper, Mike Fincke, and his crew captured striking video of it and the moon, which was also prominent in many of the launch-night photos. Once Endeavour closed to within several hundred feet, Ferguson guided it through a 360-degree backflip so Fincke and another space station resident could take zoom-in photos of all its thermal shielding. The digital images, as many as 300, will help NASA determine whether Endeavour sustained any damage during liftoff Friday night. At least two pieces of debris have been spotted so far in launch pictures. Mission Control radioed up congratulations minutes after the docking. The first priority for the 10 astronauts, once united, was a crew member swap. Astronaut Sandra Magnus was moving into the space station for a 3¼-month stay, replacing Chamitoff. Besides Magnus, Endeavour was delivering thousands of pounds of home improvement gear: an extra bathroom, kitchenette and exercise machine, two more sleeping compartments, and a fancy new recycling system for converting urine and condensation into drinking water. NASA cannot double the size of the space station crew, currently at three, until all the new equipment is installed, checked out and working properly. The goal is to have six people living permanently on the orbiting outpost by June. Most of the new stuff is inside a giant cylinder that Endeavour's astronauts will attach to the space station on Monday. Endeavour and its crew will spend almost two weeks at the space station, a little longer than usual. Four spacewalks will be carried out beginning Tuesday, primarily to clean and lubricate a solar wing-rotating joint that broke down more than a year ago. It's clogged with metal shavings from grinding parts.
Linky meters: will they turn off the water heaters?
FR3 / France 3
Space/US NASA Docking 2 - Endeavour docks with space station for remodel mission; presser
NAME: NASA DOCKING 2 20081117I TAPE: EF08/1157 IN_TIME: 10:04:59:20 DURATION: 00:01:26:18 SOURCES: NASA TV DATELINE: Space/Houston, 16 Nov 2008 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: Outer Space 1. Mid of Endeavour shuttle docking ports 5 feet apart ++MUTE++ Houston 2. Cutaway of interior of Johnson Space Centre ++MUTE++ Outer Space 3. Mid of shuttle docking 4. Shuttle docked at international space station 5. Mid of docking port 6. Various of shuttle docked at international space station ++MUTE++ Outer Space 7. Long shot of astronauts at entrance to International Space Station and greeting each other Houston 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Mike Sarafin, Shuttle Flight Director: "The crew of Endeavour lead by Commander Chris Ferguson completed the rendezvous and docking today. We docked at about 4:01 central time over India." Outer Space 9. Wide of space shuttle docked to International Space Station STORYLINE: The space shuttle Endeavour linked with the international space station on Sunday to start a huge home makeover that will allow twice as many astronauts to live up there. Commander Christopher Ferguson guided the shuttle to a smooth docking as the two spacecraft soared 212 miles (341 kilometres) above India. His ship's radar worked just fine, despite earlier trouble with the antenna. Earlier in the afternoon, before Endeavour began its final approach from eight miles out, the space station's skipper, Mike Fincke, and his crew captured striking video of it and the moon, which was also prominent in many of the launch-night photos. Once Endeavour closed to within several hundred feet, Ferguson guided it through a 360-degree backflip so Fincke and another space station resident could take zoom-in photos of all its thermal shielding. The digital images, as many as 300, will help NASA determine whether Endeavour sustained any damage during liftoff on Friday night. At least two pieces of debris have been spotted so far in launch pictures. Shuttle officials initially thought one piece may have been a narrow strip of thermal blanket that was yanked off the shuttle during launch, but images from the inspection showed no apparent damage, said flight director Mike Sarafin. Mission Control radioed up congratulations minutes after the docking. The first priority for the 10 astronauts, once united, was a crew member swap. Astronaut Sandra Magnus was moving into the space station for a 13-week stay, replacing Chamitoff. Besides Magnus, Endeavour was delivering thousands of pounds of home improvement gear: an extra bathroom, kitchenette and exercise machine, two more sleeping compartments, and a fancy new recycling system for converting urine and condensation into drinking water. NASA cannot double the size of the space station crew, currently at three, until all the new equipment is installed, checked out and working properly. The goal is to have six people living permanently on the orbiting outpost by June 2009. Most of the new stuff is inside a giant cylinder that Endeavour's astronauts will attach to the space station on Monday. Endeavour and its crew will spend almost two weeks at the space station, a little longer than usual. Four spacewalks will be carried out beginning on Tuesday, primarily to clean and lubricate a solar wing-rotating joint that broke down more than a year ago. It's clogged with metal shavings from grinding parts.
Saleswoman with customer in showroom
Saleswoman talking to a male customer in bathroom showroom.
Home - Investments
PUTTING IN AN INDOOR BOWLING ALLEY IS FINE -- IF THAT'S WHAT YOU WANT... BUT DON'T EXPECT EVERYONE TO SHARE YOUR TASTE WHEN IT COMES TIME TO SELL YOUR HOUSE.
Elysée Palace: restoration piece by piece
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
US Shuttle 2 - WRAP Space shuttle Endeavour lands safely; ADDS more
NAME: US SHUTTLE 2 20081130I TAPE: EF08/1206 IN_TIME: 10:20:46:24 DURATION: 00:01:18:11 SOURCES: NASA TV DATELINE: Edwards AFB, 30 Nov 2008 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST 1. Endeavour approaching runway, wheels coming down, landing, drag parachute deployed QUALITY AS INCOMING 2. Cockpit view of Endeavour rolling along runway 3. Endeavour coming to a stop on the runway UPSOUND (English) Christopher Ferguson, Shuttle Commander: "Wheels stop Houston." Mission Control: "Copy wheels stop, Endeavour. Welcome back. That was a great way to finish a fantastic flight Fergie." Christopher Ferguson, Shuttle Commander: "And we're happy to be here in California." 4. Ground crew approaching shuttle 5. Rear view of shuttle on runway, surrounded by vehicles and ground crew 6. Shuttle on runway STORYLINE Space shuttle Endeavour and its seven astronauts returned safely to Earth on Sunday, taking a detour to sunny California after storms hit the main landing strip in Florida. Endeavour touched down at 4:25 p.m. EST (2125 GMT) , wrapping up a 16-day trip that left the international space station freshly remodelled and capable of housing bigger crews. NASA ordered the detour after dangerously high wind and a stormy sky prevented a Florida landing and with the weather at Kennedy Space Center looking no better for Monday, Mission Control opted for its backup landing site. "Welcome back. That was a great way to finish a fantastic flight," Mission Control radioed. "And we're happy to be here in California," shuttle commander Christopher Ferguson replied. Returning home from a six-month mission was former space station resident Gregory Chamitoff, who had rocketed away from the planet at the end of May. The space shuttle's journey, short by comparison, spanned 6.6 million miles and 250 orbits of Earth. NASA always prefers to land the space shuttles at its home base in Florida. It takes about a week and costs 1.8 million US dollars to transport a shuttle from California to Florida, atop a modified jumbo jet. The astronauts had also been rooting for a Florida touchdown, as that's where their families were waiting. But the crosswind at the Florida landing strip was too strong, and thunderstorms moved in. Monday's outlook was just as dismal; NASA officials said it would make no sense to keep Endeavour in orbit an extra day if the weather wasn't expected to improve in Florida. It was the first space shuttle landing at Edwards in more than a year. Ferguson aimed for a temporary runway that is shorter and more narrow than the Kennedy landing strip. Edwards' main runway - which parallels the temporary one - just underwent maintenance and upgrades, and has yet to be equipped with all the necessary navigation equipment. NASA officials were not concerned, however, saying both Ferguson and his co-pilot, Eric Boe, practised on the temporary runway in training aircraft. Flight surgeons were standing by at Edwards. Chamitoff, in particular, was expected to need assistance at touchdown; he had not experienced gravity for six months. Endeavour blasted into orbit on November 14, carrying up all kinds of home improvement equipment for the space station. It dropped off a new bathroom, kitchenette, exercise machine, two sleeping quarters and a recycling system designed to convert astronauts' urine and sweat into drinking water. The additions - and a few more scheduled to go up on the next shuttle flight in February - should enable NASA to double the size of the space station crew by June. Endeavour's astronauts helped install the recycling machine and had to put in extra effort to get the urine processor working. About seven litres of recycled urine and condensation were coming back aboard Endeavour for extensive testing. No one at the space station will drink the recycled water until the equipment runs for 90 days and ground tests ensure it's safe. More samples will be returned on the next shuttle flight. The shuttle crew also conducted four spacewalks to clear metal shavings from a solar wing rotary joint at the space station. The joint had been jammed for more than a year and hampered energy production at the orbiting outpost. Initial tests indicated the repairs on the joint were successful. Overshadowing the clean and lube job, however, was the loss of a 100,000 US dollar tool bag. Astronaut Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper let go of the bag during the first spacewalk; it wasn't tied down and floated away. Early Sunday morning, a Russian supply ship arrived at the space station with Christmas presents, food, clothes and other items.
Royal family. All the questions you ask
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
Home - Improvement
PEOPLE ARE SPENDING MONEY REMODELING THEIR HOMES INSTEAD OF JUST BUYING BETTER HOMES.