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DARK MOUNTAIN
EASTER FESTIVAL
Various. <br/> <br/>GV. St. Paul's Cathedral, London. GV. Interior, Easter service in progress and the choir entering the garden in the Cathedral. Choir singing 'Jesus Christ is Risen Today'. LV. Congregation standing. TV. Choristers led by the Bishop passing the garden of the resurrection. LV. Showing the Cross and Dove. STV. Bishop with others standing before the Cross. LV. Garden. AS. Cross and the Dove. <br/> <br/>GV. The Cathedral at Leicester. SV. Couple being showered with confetti after wedding ceremony. LV. Wedding couples coming down steps from church to car. CU. Old boot tied on the back of car as car draws away. LV. Interior, giant chocolate Easter egg having the finishing touches put to it by a chef, children watching. SCU. Chef working on egg watched by small boy. CU. Boy looking up at large egg. AS. Giant egg with wording 'Easter Greetings'. SCU. Baby seated in high chair eating chocolate Easter egg. <br/> <br/>LV. Cars going along the dual carriage way to the coast. SV. & SCU. Group of men on side of road mending punctures. SV. Another man on side of road pumping up tyre. SV. A couple with two children seated on grass verge at side of road taking refreshments. BV. Three hikers walking along grass verge as cars pass them on their right. <br/> <br/>LV. Group of Tiller girls walking towards camera, wearing the latest Easter hats in Hyde Park. CU. Tracking shot into the three girls. <br/> <br/>GV. Easter fair in progress at Hayes. CU. Elderly woman with flowered Easter bonnet looking at round-a- bout. CU. Another old woman wearing large bonnet type hat. SV. Another old woman wearing bonnet type hat with ribbon tied under chin. <br/> <br/>LV. Old age pensioners (women) parading with Easter bonnets. LV. Crowds watching. SV. Woman wearing flat hat. CU. Another woman wearing large bonnet type hat with flowerpot on top. SCU. Another woman wearing duck hat. SV. Another woman wearing window sill type of hat. LV. Crowd watching. SCU. Mrs Ellen McElligott, aged 91, is the winner. She is kissed by Ray Martin and Corrine Gray. <br/> <br/>GV. Start of the Richmond Formula One race at Goodwood. AS. People watching over fence. SV. Cars rounding bend with car No 4, B.R.M. driven by Mike Hawthorn in the lead, closely followed by car No 6. SV. Officials pushing over the wrecked car which had been driven by Tony Dennis - powerful D type Jaguar. He crashed to death on the 12th lap during the 40 mile sports car race. LV. Car No 6, Connaught driven by Scott-Brown in the lead, closely followed by No 1, Maserati driven by Stirling Moss. Stirling Moss flashing over the line to win. SV. Towards and pan, Stirling Moss coming in, he is the winner. <br/> <br/>GV. Pan, mass of cyclists racing round track at Herne Hill during the Gold Column race. LV. Crowds applauding. LV. Cyclists racing over line for finish. SCU. Crowds applauding. SCU. John Geddes, winner of the 5 mile Gold Column Race. <br/> <br/>LV. Motorcycle racing in progress at Oulton Park. SV. Pan Bob McIntyre racing along. SV. Other cyclists racing in pursuit. SV. Bob McIntyre being flagged in and flashing over the line and winning the race. LV. Crowds. SCU. Bob McIntyre smiling. <br/> <br/>GV. Sailing Regatta in progress at Teddington. GV. Sailing boats in line. SV. Competitors putting sailing boat ti water. SCU. Pan, sailing boat past camera at speed. <br/> <br/>CU. Pan, another sailing boat past camera. SCU. Two people watching. SV. Sailing boat rounding marking buoy. CU. Pan, sailing boat past camera. <br/> <br/>GV. River with punt. CU. Boy standing up on end of punt smiling, holding punt pole. STV. A girl, seated at the other end of the punt reading book. CU. Boy has a difficulty with punt pole as it sticks in the mud. He falls out of frame and into water. LV. Punt going away with girl waving arms. LV. Boy swimming to the river bank. <br/> <br/>CU. Float from fishing rod on water. CU. Man smiling as he thinks he has a fish and starts to turn rod. STV. Man starts to pull up and finds he has caught an old wellington boot. <br/> <br/>LV. Man in his garden pulling his prize onions. CU. Man planting onions. SV. Little girl comes along with small bucket and spade and starts to dig up her father's newly planted onions. <br/> <br/>AS. Sign 'Sea Front'. LV. Massed cars on road waiting to enter the resort. SCU. Small boy eating large lump of candy floss. LV. Large number of boys getting off small lorry. CU. Boys getting down from lorry. GV. Sea front. SV. Father mother and small child making sand castles on beach. SCU. Courting couple embracing in deck chairs. TS. Along Southend Pier. SV. Pan, motorboat racing out to sea with trippers. CU. Couple sitting at the back of racing boat. GV. & AS. Round-a-bouts etc., at the Southend Kuursal. Shot taken from roller-coaster as it moves - some greatly confusing up side down footage - interesting. <br/> <br/>SV. Man on ladder white washing wall, his wife appears and says come and have a cup of tea. CU. Wife holding cup of tea. She throws cup of tea in the air and puts hands up to face. SV. Husband falls down steps, feet in white wash and bucket falls on his head. SCU. Husband struggling to get bucket off his head. <br/> <br/>SCU. Baby in high chair finishing off her Easter egg. BV. Family and children pushing small lorry up road. <br/> <br/>(Orig.Neg.) (Title scene A.)
WESTERNS
B WESTERN. FEATURE. ONE IN A SERIES OF FOUR. BOB STEELE, SYD SAYLOR, ELLEN HALL, BUD GEARY, CHARLES KING, EDWARD HOWARD, STEVE CLARK, BUD OSBORNE, JIMMY AUBREY, PASCALE PERRY. A COWBOY WRONGLY CONVICTED OF AN ARMED ROBBERY RETURNS TO HIS HOME TOWN AFTER BEING PAROLED FROM PRISON TO FIND THE VILLAINS WHO FRAMED HIM AND TO CLEAR HIS NAME. AFTER MORE THAN A FEW FIST FIGHTS HE EVENTUALLY PROVES HIS INNOCENCE WITH A NEWLY DISCOVERED BALLISTIC TEST. COWBOY HERO'S SIDEKICK. STAGECOACH ON DIRT ROAD. COMES TOWARD CAMERA. SINISTER MUSIC. COACH ARRIVES IN TOWN, MAN GETS OUT. MAN REFUSES TO SHAKE HANDS WITH HIM. GIVES MAILBAGS TO COACH DRIVER. MAN GOES INTO BUILDING TO GET SOME WATER. DRINKS FROM LADLE. GETS DIRTY LOOKS. VOCAL CONFRONTATION. CLICH
Graham - Marriage
EVANGELIST BILLY GRAHAM SAID MARRYING NON-CHRISTIAN MIGHT LEAD THE FAITHFUL ASTRAY IN HIS SYNDICATED COLUMN AND A TEACHER IS COMPARING THIS BELIEF OF NAZI THEORY THAT ANYONE ELSE IS INFERIOR.
Ellen Malcolm Interview - 527 Groups / WKND
527 GROUPS / WEEKEND NEWS Interview with Ellen Malcolm, of ACT (Americans Coming Together), for a Nancy Weiner spot for Weekend News. Ellen Malcolm Interview President of AMERICANS COMING TOGETHER 527 Group 09 04 There is nothing stealth about it 03 It's really a healthy part of our democracy that people come together to participate in our democratic process 09 09 44 the fact of the matter is this is totally legal. It is totally appropriate. 05 And I think it's important in our democracy that people have a voice in the political process 10 and we can criticize people in office and we can bring voters to the polls. 17 11 17 they know that the new law did not stop political action committees, did not stop stop 527s 06 Did not change the law in that regard. 08 They know that we have the first amendment right to participate in the political process 13 And I think they know that lawsuit is not gonna go anywhere 16 They are just trying to blow smoke. 18 They are trying to put a stain on these political activites that are criticizing the record of Pres. Bush. 25 14 03 I think we are doing something very important in politics. 03 And that is making sure that people have a way to come together to affect the political process 08 It's one of the fundamental rights of our country 12 right now, that people are allowed to do that. 12 The suprece court has always upheld the ability of people to come together to participate in elections 20 And I would hate to lose that right, I think its the essence of our democracy 24 15 11 It is again the essence of democracy in talking about issues in this election 03 and making sure at the end game we can get voters out to the polls. 09
Focus: [issue of April 15, 2021]
Football: Rennes beaten by Chelsea 2-1
PRIEST ACCUSED OF ATTEMPTED RAPE (5/5/1995)
A ROMAN CATHOLIC PRIEST, IN NEW YORK ON SABBATICAL LEAVE FROM BOMBAY, INDIA, IS CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED RAPE. THE VICTIM WORKS AT SACRED HEART CHURCH ON STATEN ISLAND PART TIME CLEANING AND HELPING THE PRIESTS. SHE SAYS, IN AN INTERVIEW WITH NEW YORK ONE NEWS, FERNANDO ASKED HER TO COME TO HIS ROOM TO HEM A SHIRT. WHILE SHE WAS DOING THIS, FERNANDO ALLEGEDLY ATTACKED HER FROM BEHIND, COVERING HER MOUTH WITH ONE HAND AND RIPPING OFF HER CLOTHES WITH THE OTHER. FERNANDO WAS ARRESTED JUST AFTER MIDNIGHT AND WILL BE ARRAIGNED LATER TODAY.
China Africa - Liberian President signs oil exploration deal, Sudanese president arrives
NAME: CHN AFRICA 20061101Ixx TAPE: EF06/1030 IN_TIME: 10:03:13:16 DURATION: 00:02:19:14 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Beijing, 1 Nov 2006 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST 1. Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and Chinese President Hu Jintao standing on podium 2. Wide of ceremony 3. Wide shot Chinese guards of honour 4. Wide of Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and Hu walking walking past guards 6. Wide shot of delegations seated in room 7. Close-up of Hu speaking 8. Close-up of Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf speaking 9. Wide of meeting room 10. Close-up of Liberian and Chinese national flags 11. Chinese official signing document 12. Liberian official signing 13. Wide of signing 14. Officials shaking hands and exchanging document 15. Hu and Eleen Johnson-Sirleaf raising toast zoom out to wide of same 16. Wide shot of of Hu and Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf raising toast 17. SOUNDBITE (English): Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, Liberian President: "That's right. It was a memorandum of understanding to work in cooperation to find a means whereby China might joint others in looking at Liberia's oil potential. " 18. Johnson-Sirleaf and officials walking away 19. Wide shot of Beijing international airport with plane of Sudanese President Omar al Bashir arriving 20. Mid shot of plane 21. al Bashir coming out of plane and descending stairs 22. Chinese Education Minister Zhou Yi walking with al Bashir past guards of honour 23. Zhou and al Bashir getting into car 24. Cars leaving STORYLINE The Liberian and Sudanese Presidents arrived in Beijing on Wednesday to participate in a summit of African leaders in China. Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf was greeted by Chinese President Hu Jintao, and later held talks. "It was a memorandum of understanding to work in cooperation to find a means whereby China might joint others in looking at Liberia's oil potential," Johnson-Sirleaf said afterwards. Sudanese President Omar al Bashir also arrived for the gathering and was met by Chinese Education Minister Zhou Yi. The November 3-5 China-Africa Summit will bring together the leaders of 48 African nations. Over the past decade, trade between China and Africa has grown tenfold to US 40 (b) billion dollars in 2005.
TIME TO REMEMBER - SITTING STILL AND GOING SLOWLY ( 1922 ) - reel 4.
Pathe have rights to clips in Time to Remember programmes but not to commentary or whole programme as screened. <br/><br/>Reel 4.<br/><br/>01:16:40 - L/S of smoke screen (?), explosion (?) in the sea. L/S of an aircraft coming into land on an aircraft carrier, M/S profile as it crashes into the deck and its nose tips forward. <br/><br/>01:16:51 - M/S as an aeroplane drops a smoke screen.<br/><br/>01:17:04 - M/S test of aeroplanes against battleships, two bombs are dropped and explode in the water near the ship. M/S of smoke curling up from the ship, it rolls and sinks in the water. <br/><br/>01:17:25 - M/S of a wireless aerial spinning around as Marconi (?) tries to get a signal through his headphones. M/S of two men with headphones on fiddling with wireless equipment. <br/><br/>01:17:44 - M/S of Big Ben showing 11.15. M/S of Savoy Hill in London with buses and cars driving through. L/S of rooftop, M/S exterior of window of British Broadcasting Corporation building. M/S of a man reading from a book. M/S of valves and transmitters. L/S's of aerial mast. <br/><br/>01:18:12 - Montage sequence of radio performers, one lady sings, others play the piano. M/S of a car driving down the road with radio aerial and speakers. M/S of people gathered around big square outdoor wireless, couples dance to the music in the street. <br/><br/>01:18:37 - M/S of tennis player Suzanne Lenglen during a match. M/S of female athletes doing the Olympic salute at the Games. C/U as the camera pans across the ladies sat in a row. M/S as they put their shoes on. M/S of two British female athletes stood together. <br/><br/>01:19:08 - M/S of a lady shot putter, M/S of girls in hurdle race, high jump, long jump and javelin. M/S of the women's rowing team. <br/><br/>01:19:30 - M/S of Press Baron Lord Beaverbrook (William Maxwell Aitken) and a lady (his wife ?) walking along at the Women's Exhibition at Olympia in London. <br/><br/>01:19:37 - M/S of Press Baron Lord Charles William Northcliffe walking down steps of an ancient ruin, he is accompanied by other dignitaries. C/U as he chats to one. <br/><br/>01:19:48 - Various C/U's of newspaper headlines about crimes and people being sentenced to death. <br/><br/>01:20:01 - C/U of newspaper showing picture of explorer Ernest Shackleton and reporting his death. C/U of Ernest talking before the expedition. M/S's of ship sailing through icy water. M/S of Shackleton's grave with a cross on the top amid the icy hills in South Georgia.<br/><br/>01:20:33 - Author Sir James Barrie and actress Ellen Terry sit together outside St. Andrew's University, they are both wearing caps and gowns. Ellen looks in her handbag and Barrie scolds her and playfully hits her on the arm. <br/><br/>01:20:45 - C/U of newspaper headline announcing Turkish attack on Greece. M/S of Greek army riding through the streets. L/S of devastation in Smyrna with buildings on fire and smoke billowing up.<br/><br/>01:21:20 - L/S of Red Cross parcels being swung onto the dock from a ship, people rush towards them. M/S's of people clamouring and jostling for food hand outs. <br/><br/>01:21:41 - Newspapers - 'Kemal Invades The Neutral Zone.' Various shots of allied soldiers patrolling in the Dardanelles. M/S as two soldiers send messages via a mirror and the sun's reflection. Newspaper headlines - 'British Ultimatum to Kemal.' Various shots of allied troops and warships being despatched. L/S of large numbers of troops marching through Constantinople (Istanbul). M/S of four high ranking allied officers standing on a balcony. <br/><br/>01:22:21 - Newspaper headlines - 'Plot Against The Collins Cabinet.' L/S of huge crowds gathered to hear Eamon de Valera speak. M/S of him making passionate plea of 'All Ireland for the Irish.' <br/><br/>01:22:46 - C/U profile of Michael Collins also making a passionate speech to a large crowd. M/S as fighting breaks out and shots are fired to disperse the crowd. <br/><br/>01:23:12 - C/U profile of Eamon de Valera making a speech. L/S as soldiers head towards the crowds, people run and fight, some lay on the ground. <br/><br/>01:23:26 - Newspaper headline - 'Battle of the Dublin Four Courts.' L/S of smoke rising from explosion, various shots of effects of the fighting, buildings destroyed and burnt out, bullet holes in windows. M/S of soldiers sat on the street, one has his head bandaged by another. M/S of people being searched at a checkpoint. Various shots of Morans hotel with its windows blown out. Various shots of a priest talking to a soldier, he is trying to bring peace to both sides. L/S of soldiers on the streets. <br/><br/>01:24:25 - M/S of big gun being fired. L/S of Four Courts damaged by artillery fire. L/S of soldiers holding children back. M/S of gun firing, smoke and burnt out buildings. Newspaper headlines - 'Michael Collins dies fighting.' L/S of smoke pouring from buildings and fire raging out of the windows. <br/><br/>01:25:09 - L/S of aerialist Lillian Boyer doing a handstand on the top of an aeroplane then dangling from a rope by her teeth. L/S as the aeroplane loops-the-loop. <br/><br/>01:25:21 - M/S of an American inventor on a raft in the sea, he makes walking motions which move the two slats attached to his feet and propel the raft forward. He steers it with handlebars. M/S profile of the contraption. <br/><br/>01:25:31 - L/S of Dick Kerr's Ladies' Football Team standing on the deck of a ship and waving at the camera. They are the first ladies' football team to go to America. M/S as they play skipping games on deck. M/S as they kick a football about. <br/><br/>01:25:48 - C/U of a fashionable young lady wearing headphones, she is sitting under a parasol. M/S to reveal she has a small wireless radio in her garter. Various shots as she turns the dial to get better reception then pulls her skirt down and covers her knees again. <br/><br/>01:25:58 - Various shots of the famous collapsing aeroplane again. <br/><br/>01:26:10 - End Title - "Time to Remember." End Credits. <br/><br/>End of Reel 4 - N.B. These reel numbers relate to NEG reels - Pathe's prints have been combined into 2 reels.
Dramatic adaptation of scenes from Samuel Butler's "The Way of All Flesh". Judith Evelyn as Christina (mother), Melville Ruck as Theobald (father) and Ronnie Welsh as Ernie (16-year-old boy) with Kent Smith as the on-camera narrator (Samuel Butler himself). "The Way of All Flesh" is a classic novel dealing with the torment of a child growing up under the oppression of a religious father and a blindly doting mother under the domination of the father. 1960. Key scenes from Samuel Butler's "Way of All Flesh". Judith Evelyn as Christina (mother), Melville Ruck as Theobald (father) and Ronnie Welsh as Ernie (16-year-old boy) with Kent Smith as the on-camera narrator (Samuel Butler himself) enact . "Way of All Flesh" is a classic novel dealing with the torment of a child growing up under the oppression of a religious father and a blindly doting mother who is under the domination of the father. 01:15 NARRATOR: "Youth like spring is vastly overrated… biting winds." "Impress your children with their inferiority, then you can bounce them around… but they find out about you." 01:00 INTRO: MacAndrew: The narrator is Butler himself. Butler is the greatest satirist since Swift. In 1872 he wrote "Way of All Flesh." In 1960 the novel is still fresh. (Oh, yeah?) "The effect of marriage and family on e minds of children." 20:00 SCENES: The narrator is godfather to Ernie, the 16-year-old boy of clergyman Theobald and his wife Christina. Father prays to be honest; Mother swears fidelity. "If hour of trial comes we can meet it because we have lived a life of self-denial." Theobald doesn't like children. Christina thinks a "child must be kept from every wickedness." Ernie learned to pray before he could crawl. His first words were the Lord's Prayer. The boy is whipped constantly. Finally, the mother destroys all of Ernie's affection for her. The mother nags the boy, "You will not let us see your moral and spiritual nature. Papa feels you don't love him. Tell Papa everything…" The boy is sent to Skinner's School. Christina dreams that he will make friends among the upper class boys. Theobald fears the boy will grow up extravagant. Ernie says of himself, "I'm a bad, ungrateful boy. I like bad things. I am stupid and lazy." The narrator comments that Ernie has not found the other Ernie in himself. Ernie moans that "growing up is hard work." Ernie sleeps with the servant Ellen. Theobald and Christina send her away in disgrace. Christina can't admit to herself that Ernie is contaminated. Ernie pawns a watch to give Ellen some money for the baby. Theobald finds the watch and accuses Ernie who confesses, faints, and falls ill. Theobald forces Ernie to tell on every boy in school, what they do and how much they spend and on what. Ernie is forever guilty at his capitulation, and speaks of orphanages. "Why isn't there a place for children who have NOT lost their parents?!" Narrator ends by saying, "There are two types of people: those who sin and those who are sinned against… sinners are better off." Judith Evelyn, Melville Ruck, Ronnie Welsh, Kent Smith
Special edition LE 20H: [show of October 29, 2020]
Eight models of new-type (1962) theaters designed by collaboration between distinguished stage designers and architects are shown and discussed. Architect Frederick Kiesler's "Universal Theatre" is featured, having been praised by Arthur Miller. Kiesler appears on camera to sing its praises. Each represents one of the eight concepts of ideal theater. The models were subsidized by the Ford Foundation and are on display at the Museum of Contemporary Crafts in New York City. Three-dimensional models represent "new concepts in staging." The proscenium arch is gone or disposable. The Ethel Barrymore of the '20's was the last conventional theater to be built on Broadway. Theater designs by: Ralph Alswang (stage designer) and Paul Rudolph (architect) 2,000 seat house with film projectors so actors can flow out of film and melt back into it. Ellen Elder and Edward Stone: an outdoor theater with a pit, movable roofs, surrounded by pools of water with an acting arena that thrusts into three-sided audience seats. Barrie Greebie and Elizabeth Harris (designer and choreographer respectively): a theater for dance, with a stage floor of interlocking and rearrangeable platforms. David Hayes and Peter Blake: a 299 seat theater with the dimensions of a loft. It provides for theater in the round or 3/4 round with related half-levels. It is the size of three New York brownstone houses. George Izenour and Paul Schweikher, a theater with a theater school, rehearsal and performance space, and movable seat banks. It can be a night club or a caucus room. Jo Mielziner and Edward Barnes; the model has a conical structure for scenery room. It is a place for inward activity, for intimate musical drama, not for spectacles. Ben Schlanger and Donald Oenslager; this theater seats the maximum number of people for the least cost. It aims for a relationship between actors and audience and tries for greatest impact on the audience. Interview with producer Robert Whitehead. Themes: Designs are very functional, but how do directors and playwrights conceive what they're going to do? All of the models abolish the proscenium for economic and stylistic reasons. Whitehead comments that "emotional qualities of a play can come through even in a barn." 1962. Eight models of new-type theaters designed by collaboration between distinguished stage designers and architects are shown and discussed. Architect Frederick Kiesler's "Universal Theatre" is made the star of the show, having been praised by Arthur Miller. Kiesler appears on camera to sing its praises. Producer Robert Whitehead whose current play was "A Man For All Seasons" also appears on camera. 02:10 Models of the eight theaters are shown. MacAndrew v/o talks about the eight concepts of ideal theater. The models were subsidized by the Ford Foundation and are on display at the Museum of Contemporary Crafts. In a seventeen three-dimensional models represent "new concepts in staging." Proscenium is gone or disposable. The Ethel Barrymore of the '20's was the last theater to be built on Broadway. There is a "revolution in our theater," he says but clearly he means "theater house." 12:00 The camera roves each model. MODEL 1: Ralph Alswang (stage designer) and Paul Rudolph (architect) 2,000 seat house with film projectors so actors can flow out of film and melt back into it. MODEL 2: Ellen Elder and Edward Stone. This is an outdoor theater with a pit for Shakespeare and concerts, movable roofs, surrounded by pools of water with an acting arena that thrusts into three-sided audience seats. MODEL 3: Barrie Greebie and Elizabeth Harris (designer and choreographer respectively). This is a theater for dance. It has movable platforms with a stage floor of interlocking and rearrangeable platforms. MODEL 4: David Hayes and Peter Blake. This 299 seat theater has the dimensions of a loft. It provides for theater in the round or 3/4 round with related half-levels. It is the size of three New York brownstone houses. MODEL 5: George Izenour and Paul Schweikher. This model has a theater school, rehearsal and performance space, and movable seat banks. It can be a night club or a caucus room. It "faces 20th century in school situation." MODEL 6: Jo Mielziner and Edward Barnes. This model has a conical structure for scenery room. It is a place for inward activity, for intimate musical drama, not for spectacles. MODEL 7: Ben Schlanger and Donald Oenslager. This theater seats the maximum number of people for the least cost. It aims for a relationship between actors and audience and tries for greatest impact on the audience. 02:45 INTERVIEW: MacAndrew introduces Whitehead. Designs are very functional, but how do directors and playwrights conceive what they're going to do? All of the models abolish the proscenium for economic and stylistic reasons. MODEL 8: "Universal Theater" of Frederick Kiesler. MacAndrew says this theater bridges present and past. Kiesler says it is based on the first arena theater of 1924, but not as idea is to bring theater back to its base on the human being and not as decor. In this theater, "I can change theater to a ramp, an environment, as it's one continuous shell." It has light projections and different levels of acting arenas. New York is looking forward to a new building boom. The six stories of Kiesler's theater provides room for TV studios, radio stations, and exhibitions. This theater supports all the units that make possible the life of theater. Whitehead comments that "emotional qualities of a play can come throughout even in a barn. Frederick Kiesler, architect Robert Whitehead, producer of "A Man For All Seasons"
PA-0839 Digibeta; PA-0255 Beta SP
Driven to Kill
Liberia Results 2 - Johnson-Sirleaf declared winner, celebrations
NAME: LIB RESULTS2 20051123I TAPE: EF05/1041 IN_TIME: 10:15:55:02 DURATION: 00:02:12:16 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Monrovia - 23 Nov 2005 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: 1. Interior shot of centennial pavilion 2. Wide shot of Mrs Frances Johnson Morris, chairwoman of national election commission 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Frances Johnson Morris, chairwoman of national election commission: "Consequently, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf have received more than fifty per cent of the valid votes cast on November 8, is hereby declared the winner of the presidential election" 4. People applauding while Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf stands and bows to audience 5. United Nations representative in Liberia, Alan Doss walking to the microphone 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Alan Doss, UN representative in Liberia: "I offer my congratulations to Mrs Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, President-elect of Liberia. " 7. Policeman with gun 8. Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf standing up: UPSOUND: officials in background singing Liberian anthem 9. Cut away of the press 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, President of Liberia: "I feel very pleased, I'm thankful to the Liberian people, I'm excited but I'm also humble by the awesome challenges we will be facing. I think our people (meaning her party) can now claim the victory because it's the victory for the Liberian people." 11. Wide shot of Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf going out surrounded by security 12. Mid shot of Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf flanked by security 13. Mid shot of Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf lifting her hands and blowing kisses 14. Wide shot of Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf going into a car and waving people 15. Wide of police 16. UN car leaving following Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf's car 17. Mid shot of UN helicopter in air 18. Wide shot of Ellen supporters celebrating 19. Various of supporters carrying banner with picture of president-elect Ellen and vice president-elect Joseph Boaki. UPSOUND: singing "...The football passed, the copybook is opened." (indicating that the former football player Weah's time has passed and Ellen's (intellectual) time has come) 20. Close up of Ellen banner 21. Wide shot of UN tanks driving through street of Monrovia and UN soldiers on top 22. Mid shot of a UN soldier with gun walking next to the UN tank. STORYLINE: Election officials on Wednesday confirmed Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf as the winner in Liberia's first post-civil war elections, making her Africa's first elected female president. The final, certified results showed Johnson-Sirleaf beating her rival, former football superstar George Weah, fifty-nine percent to forty percent in the 8 November run off election, National Elections Commission Chairwoman Frances Johnson-Morris said. But officials representing Weah were refusing to concede defeat, maintaining allegations of ballot-box stuffing and vowing to keep fighting the results in court. International observers said the vote was largely clean. The United Nations representative in Liberia, Alan Doss, offered his congratulations to Liberia's President-elect. Mrs Johnson-Sirleaf said she was "humble by the awesome challenges we will be facing. I think our people (meaning her party) can now claim the victory because it's the victory for the Liberian people." Supporters cheered Johnson-Sirleaf as her motorcade toured the capital, Monrovia. When she takes up her duties after her January inauguration, Johnson-Sirleaf will lead Africa's oldest republic as the continent's first elected female president. Supporters celebrated the election results on the streets of Monrovia. Many carried banners of the president-elect, and chanted songs praising the rise of Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, and denouncing presidential candidate George Weah, who once played professional football for Italy's AC Milan and England's Chelsea football club. They sang, "...The football passed, the copybook is opened." The elections were the first since the end of the war, international observers have said they were largely free and fair, with only a few small irregularities. Some 15-thousand UN peacekeepers are now ensuring calm in Liberia, where angry Weah supporters have clashed with UN troops. But the one-time finance minister and veteran of Citibank and the United Nations faces stiff challenges. Unemployment runs at eighty per cent in the country. Much of Liberia's three (m) million people are illiterate, hundreds of thousands still live in relief camps and many in the educated class are living overseas. Infrastructure across the country, founded in 1847 by freed American slaves, crumbed during a brutal 15 year civil war in which 200-thousand people died.
SCRAPBOOK FOR 1922 - reel 2 of 2
Continued from Previous Reel. <br/> <br/>Scrapbook for 1922 turns to newspaper clippings on crimes. CU Clipping about death of Lord Northcliffe. VS of Lord Northcliffe. Shots of the Wedding of Lord Louis Mountbatten and Miss Edwina Ashley. Best man Prince Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII, Duke of Windsor). <br/> <br/>Mohandas (Mahatma) Gandhi in India speaking to meeting of Congress. CU Newspaper - 6 Years for Gandhi. <br/> <br/>Sir James Barrie as Rector of St. Andrew's University with Ellen Terry. Unveiling of memorial to George Formby Snr - his son George Formby is there. <br/> <br/>CU Newspaper 'Dail Eireann Today". The raising of the new flag in the Irish Free State. British troops leaving Eire cheered on by jubilant crowds. CU Michael Collins. People volunteering to join the Irish Army. Irish Army on the march. <br/> <br/>CU Newspaper breaks news of death of Sir Ernest Shackleton. LS his grave in South Georgia. Shots of ship 'The Quest' breaking ice. <br/> <br/>Scrapbook turns to pages about Greek and Irish wars. CU gramophone. Rioting in South Africa in Gold Miners' Strike. CU Newspaper 'Turks Smash The Greek Centre'. Greek Army retreating from Turks. Smyrna burning. Refugees in camp, fleeing invading Turks. Food riots. Allied troops on guard in the Dardanelles. Newspaper headlines about Kemal Attaturk. Troops and navy leave to Area. <br/> <br/>CU Newspaper headline 'Plot against Collins Cabinet'. Large Crowd. Eamon De Valera speaking to crowd. CU Michael Collins doing same. Crowd riots; fights and shooting break out. Headline: 'Battle of the Dublin Four Courts'. Street fighting in Dublin, Irish civil war. <br/> <br/>LS of US Capitol Building. President Warren Harding speaking to crowd. LS Houses of Parliament. Demonstration and rally in Trafalgar Square. David Lloyd George fishing. Conservative politicians come out of the Carlton Club. VS of Bonar Law. Shots of Stanley Baldwin. Shots of Lloyd George getting out of car. Headline reads: "Election Battle Opens". Voting scenes and election results. Ramsay MacDonald writing at desk. CU of Mr Edwin Scrymgeour who beat Churchill in Dundee. MS Winston Churchill being carried to polls in chair after operation. Ext. No 10 Downing St. Meeting of Conservative Cabinet. Benito Mussolini addresses crowd in Italy. Parade in Germany. CU record player. VS of British cabinet. <br/> <br/>Scrapbook turns to theatre pages. Pan across neon lights of London's theatres. Audience seating itself in auditorium. Conductor raps his baton, and a music hall show starts; we see a number of dancing scenes, comedy (Inc. Stanley Lupino, Gertrude Lawrence and Herbert Mundin, Alfred Lester, A W Baskem (?), Billy Merson, Jack Buchanan, Nelson Keyes, etc) and an applauding audience. Good shots of wealthy looking people at a night club, smoking and drinking, dancing. Shots of Leslie Hanson. VS of drinking cocktails, saxophones, jazz: impressionistic cuts of instruments, glasses - night life. CU Big Ben at midnight, crowd celebrating New Year's Eve in Trafalgar Square and in nightclubs. <br/> <br/>Hand puts 1922 book back onto the shelf, and the camera pans right along the books representing the years up to 1947. <br/> <br/>Made by the Pathe Documentary Unit.
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HRN-2512 Gibson Through the Lens Tape #02 A01. HRN-2512 In: 02.00.30 Out: 02.01.01 Sound Bite: Marvin Scott Jarrett & Jacquelyn – Nylon Japan & Nylon Guys Marvin – We happen to be in LA, we have a house here, and uh we love the Sunset Marquee and there was an opportunity to come here to (talks) party down, we love the idea of the Gibson guitar party, I mean how exciting is that I mean all the right elements we’re driving from a meeting, it’s only 6:30 we can come here, grab a drink, amazing, right? A02. HRN-2512 In: 02.01.21 Out: 02.01.59 Sound Bite: Marvin Scott Jarrett & Jacquelyn Marvin – Right um I admire that if you want to name your guitar something I you know I think that’s great. I’ve got dogs that I’ve named. Moses and Abraham, but I don’t think I’ve ever named my guitar. Jacquelyn – What’s your favorite guitar? Marvin – I love, well I’m not gonna say the other brand that I like, because it’s not appropriate here, but I do like that other one but I do love Gibson like Les Paul’s and SG’s and I used to have like 5 Flying V’s at one time A03. HRN-2512 In: 02.03.18 Out: 02.03.32 Sound Bite: Bill Mumy – Musician/Actor Well I’m out here because I’m a Gibson player I’m out here because I have a couple good friends at Gibson that invited me quite honestly. I’m a fan of the photography, I’m looking forward to the music. Hi. A04. HRN-2512 In: 02.03.59 Out: 02.04.34 Sound Bite: Bill Mumy– Musician/Actor Uh one of my favorite Gibson guitars is named Connie. It’s a 1952 1960 Les Paul conversion, so the conversion turned it into Connie, and Connie’s really a crown jewel of my guitars. I have another Gibson J45 acoustic named Jerry, uh I have um a telecaster named Elaine from The Graduate. My wife’s name is Eileen I had a Gibson Les Paul Jr. called Ellen. Can’t quite go between Eileen with Ellen, Elaine works fine. A05. HRN-2512 In: 02.04.35 Out: 02.05.05 Sound Bite: Bill Mumy– Musician/Actor Well I mean, they’re like boats, I mean they have great personality so want to give it a name, they’re usually female, at least in my head. Guitars are so personal and they bring out so many different things in your own inner creativity you know the muse strikes and it comes to you very differently when you’re playing different guitars so it’s a very personal experience and something that emotional deserves a name at least. A06. HRN-2512 In: 02.05.16 Out: 02.05.54 Sound Bite: Steve Valentine - Actor We just started filming it’s a peace documentary. (talks) Yeah yeah it’s called Finding Peace. Yeah yeah yeah we’re interviewing everyone, we went down to Santa Monica beach yesterday and just walked up to people on the beach, we had a big sign that said do you think world peace is possible and people are on bikes kind of riding by on bikes and people were yelling out yes no maybe as a tandem went buy. And the guy on the bike says yeah so the woman on the bike says no. Kind of shows you, there’s a lot of diverse opinion out there. So far it’s early days right now so we just started filming it’s great. A07. HRN-2512 In: 02.05.54 Out: 02.06.28 Sound Bite: Steve Valentine - Actor I’m a big Gibson fan so. (talks) No, not officially. I have a Gibson and I’m starting to learn. (talks) No, do you name guitars? Well men we’re supposed to name certain appendages aren’t we? I haven’t even named my, I haven’t done that yet so I don’t know if I’m gonna get around to naming my guitar. But anyway um too much information, so I’m a big Gibson fan and these photographs these pictures are amazing. A08. HRN-2512 In: 02.06.35 Out: 02.07.13 Sound Bite: Steve Valentine - Actor I, why do they name their guitars? Because they get so high they think it’s a real person and they’re like dude, hey Johnny, have you guys met Johnny? The next thing you know… but you know what I love coming here because Sunset Marquee has such a history where rock and roll is because there’s a studio built into the garage that’s underground here you know which I think is asking for trouble. It’s like we got a studio built into the hotel guys, you want to throw a television out of a window? Throw it out of our window. Haha you want to get drunk and ransack the room? Come here. We welcome you. A09. HRN-2512 In: 02.07.15 Out: 02.08.28 B-Roll - Gibson Through the Lens – Valentine getting photographed, cutaway, more of Valentine and him interviewing, A10. HRN-2512 In: 02.08.29 Out: 02.10.05 B-Roll - Gibson Through the Lens – fashion shot of girl with dark dress and hair, fashion shot of a girl in red top, fashion shot of girl in striped kind of dress, fashion shot of girl in dark dress and red belt, fashion shot of blond girl with black dress, fashion shot of dark haired girl with scarf, fashion shot of girl with dark dress and curly hair, very beautiful Latino girl with dark dress, A11. HRN-2512 In: 02.10.06 Out: 02.10.57 B-Roll - Gibson Through the Lens – James Denton and wife Erin getting photographed, cutaways, some girls walk by A12. HRN-2512 In: 02.11.21 Out: 02.11.34 B-Roll - Gibson Through the Lens – fashion shot of brunette with pink dress, A13. HRN-2512 In: 02.11.35 Out: 02.11.55 B-Roll - Gibson Through the Lens – Hilary Gilbert getting photographed, A14. HRN-2512 In: 02.11.56 Out: 02.12.08 B-Roll - Gibson Through the Lens – fashion shot of Gilbert A15. HRN-2512 In: 02.12.18 Out: 02.12.32 B-Roll - Gibson Through the Lens – a brunette in dark dress with funky looking hand bag A16. HRN-2512 In: 02.12.33 Out: 02.12.44 B-Roll - Gibson Through the Lens – fashion shot of blond girl in white dress A17. HRN-2512 In: 02.12.45 Out: 02.13.07 B-Roll - Gibson Through the Lens – Billy Morrison getting photographed, A18. HRN-2512 In: 02.13.08 Out: 02.13.22 B-Roll - Gibson Through the Lens – fashion shot of the girl with the funky bag A19. HRN-2512 In: 02.13.41 Out: 02.14.03 Sound Bite: James Denton - Actor You know I haven’t and it’s probably because I’m not that good and yeah I think as poor as a musician I am I think that would be kind of pretentious to name a guitar that I could barely play. I mean I’m okay but I just kind of strum rhythms and uh you know now with this band for this TV gig that we’ve got goin it’s all for charity which is about the only way I’ll get paid to play. A20. HRN-2512 In: 02.14.04 Out: 02.14.30 Sound Bite: James Denton - Actor I think you just spend so much time with them, you know you see those guys like Willie Nelson has the hole worn in his guitar. You know a guitar that’s really comfortable becomes part of the family and those guys if they’re any good you know John Mayer said he just sat in his room every weekend Friday and Saturday night, all his friends were partying, he was sitting in his room with Cops on TV you know playing the guitar, playing the guitar, so you spend so much time with them I guess you get attached. A21. HRN-2512 In: 02.14.31 Out: 02.15.01 B-Roll - Gibson Through the Lens – pictures of guitarists on stage, A22. HRN-2512 In: 02.15.06 Out: 02.15.16 Sound Bite: Carol Pope Um a big fan of rock and roll, I’m a musician, I’m a fan of photography, so that’s why I’m here. A23. HRN-2512 In: 02.15.30 Out: 02.15.40 Sound Bite: Carol Pope – Singer/Songwriter No but um you know I’m kind of in love with my guitar. (talks) No. A24. HRN-2512 In: 02.15.44 Out: 02.16.11 Sound Bite: Carol Pope – Singer/Songwriter I don’t know I mean the only person I can think of who really comes to mind is like like uh like really old school guys like Chuck Barry or uh (Talks) BB King, right but I don’t even know what their guitars are called but you know because it’s got the body of a woman it’s you know it’s always feminine isn’t it. A25. HRN-2512 In: 02.16.13 Out: 02.16.54 B-Roll - Gibson Through the Lens – fashion shot of a girl in green dress with younger girl, fashion shot of brunette with black top and long black pants, fashion shot of brunette in black dress with pearl necklace A26. HRN-2512 In: 02.16.55 Out: 02.17.13 B-Roll - Gibson Through the Lens – Xan McCurdy and Suzanne Cronin getting photographed, Ivan Kane getting photographed A27. HRN-2512 In: 02.17.13 Out: 02.17.30 Sound Bite: Cameron Crowe – Film Director That’s right, Almost Famous really a lot of the movie happened on the assignments with Neil Preston and the 2 of us traveled that road together and a few of the pictures from that journey are up on the wall here tonight. A28. HRN-2512 In: 02.17.56 Out: 02.18.42 Sound Bite: Cameron Crowe – Film Director They’re all called Cameron, let’s just be honest. Guy – She had the one called Biff. She had the one called Biff, no she’s so interesting because she doesn’t really have to kind of practice all the time which is funny you know I feel like as a writer you always have to keep writing and keep it going but Nancy is more like she sees a guitar and she picks it up and starts playing and it’s just at a level and yeah so she doesn’t really uh practice practice practice all the time it’s in her so deeply so her world is kind of all about the guitars I think it’s beyond even giving them names I think it’s just kind of air that she breathes. A29. HRN-2512 In: 02.18.50 Out: 02.19.22 Sound Bite: Cameron Crowe – Film Director I have a theory. My theory is they will never have a deep meaningful relationship with a human that will match their relationship with the guitar that they write songs on. Guy – That’s actually true. And in good times and bad you can always reach for that guitar and that guitar fits, feels right, and will respond and I think a musician that’s so connected in that way to the music it’s like that’s what I depend on through thick and thin. So let’s give it a name! A30. HRN-2512 In: 02.19.25 Out: 02.19.34 Sound Bite: Cameron Crowe – Film Director Gonna, thanks brother, gonna do a couple movies back to back hope you dig them. A31. HRN-2512 In: 02.19.34 Out: 02.20.15 B-Roll - Gibson Through the Lens – Gerry Beckley getting photographed, shot of the Gibson backdrop to Beckley A32. HRN-2512 In: 02.20.24 Out: 02.20.34 Sound Bite: Gerry Beckley – Lead Guitar - America Well we’re uh actually I used to stay here quite often at the Sunset Marquis but I’m big fans of Gibson and looking forward to a great evening of music. A33. HRN-2512 In: 02.20.47 Out: 02.21.13 Sound Bite: Gerry Beckley– Lead Guitar - America Well you know I personally don’t name them I have a an anniversary edition guitar that’s called Annie that was named by the company but um you get very attached to guitars, they’re very personal things if you tour as much as we do you spend a couple hundred days a year traveling in a bus and you hopefully you learn to rely on a good instrument like a dear friend so I could imagine naming is a very common thing. A34. HRN-2512 In: 02.21.17 Out: 02.21.40 Sound Bite: Gerry Beckley– Lead Guitar - America Well uh we’re actually on a week long summer break that we put on the middle of summer so we don’t drive ourselves crazy but um about next week we start again, mostly in the states and international last year, but we’re going up into Montreal for the first show then back in the states I’m in Brazil at the end of August and then Carnegie Hall coming up. A35. HRN-2512 In: 02.21.43 Out: 02.22.06 B-Roll - Gibson Through the Lens – fashion shot of brunette girl with red striped shit and dark pants, fashion shot of girl in leopard print dress, A36. HRN-2512 In: 02.22.25 Out: 02.22.33 Sound Bite: Henry Duarte Jimmy Page. A37. HRN-2512 In: 02.23.04 Out: 02.23.10 Sound Bite: Richard Perry – Music Producer Uh to support my girl Kelly Catron. A38. HRN-2512 In: 02.23.23 Out: 02.24.14 Sound Bite: Richard Perry– Music Producer Well uh I can’t uh give you a definitive answer to that question but I think that that uh musicians especially rock guitarists feel about their guitar like it is a woman that they cradle it in their arms, they caress it, they play it hard, then gently, they’re a lot of similarities it might be a little strange to name a guitar Don, you know like in the 30s and 40s people always used to name their cars uh female names, Whoa Nelly. A39. HRN-2512 In: 02.24.17 Out: 02.24.31 B-Roll - Gibson Through the Lens – fashion shot of Kelly Catron A01. HRN-2512 In: 02.24.32 Out: 02.24.50 B-Roll - Gibson Through the Lens – Perry and Catron conversing A40. HRN-2512 In: 02.25.11 Out: 02.25.35 Sound Bite: Old Fashion Photographer Guy I think it’s wonderful. (talks) It’s a history and as of late very few people know the history of anything. So it exposes the history which will educate people about the world they think they’re in. A41. HRN-2512 In: 02.25.39 Out: 02.26.08 Sound Bite: Billy Duffy – Guitarist – The Cult Uh well many things mostly a call from Jeff Leiber, that was the main reason, then um I feel like the Sunset Marquis feels like a second home to me um and I kind of always liked the atmosphere here and they have the best bar in town for about six or seven years. In fact the only place you could go in LA that didn’t suck so you know it was decent for a little while the whisky bar was cool. A42. HRN-2512 In: 02.26.15 Out: 02.26.33 Sound Bite: Billy Duffy – Guitarist – The Cult Um it’s possibly either 2 reasons: a complete lack of imagination or that they thought that playing guitar might get them girls when they were young. A43. HRN-2512 In: 02.26.34 Out: 02.27.28 Sound Bite: Billy Duffy – Guitarist – The Cult No, they’re all numbered. I’m like Pete Townsend, they’ve just got numbers. (talks) Numbers. Number 1 through whatever. I don’t give them a personality, as somebody once said, they’re just a bit of wood with strings on them. I mean Jimi Hendrix could have played anything guitar and it sounded great. I think people get a little caught up, it’s just machinery. It’s just stuff. Some guitars are better than others but I think really it’s about a person who’s trying to express themselves through a guitar and I think the best guitar players, I would say like Hendrix, he’s a bit above and beyond to me he was above and beyond because he was at one with the guitar, he wasn’t separate from the guitar, you know what I mean and he just never have been caught up in technology and all that kind of crap. I’m just old school you know what I mean 70’s guy, that’s what inspired me you know 70s early 70s stuff so. A44. HRN-2512 In: 02.27.40 Out: 02.27.54 B-Roll - Gibson Through the Lens – fashion shot of Billy Duffy’s girl A45. HRN-2512 In: 02.28.05 Out: 02.28.35 Sound Bite: Xan McCurdy – Guitarist - Cake No I’ve never named them. (talks) Uh because maybe it’s sort of a sexual thing I think. It’s sort of like you kind of make love to your instrument a little bit and maybe you want to name them unless you name it Bob I’m not so sure but I think it’s usually female names, am I right? So they’re sort of like sexual element I think or maybe it’s like you love your daughter or something, you know. A46. HRN-2512 In: 02.28.36 Out: 02.29.47 B-Roll - Gibson Through the Lens – shot of Sunset Marquis entrance, shot of cars on the street, more of the entrance, people getting dropped off in front of hotel, cars pulling down street, A47. HRN-2512 In: 02.29.58 Out: 02.30.40 B-Roll - Gibson Through the Lens – shot of Hollywood and zoom out to front of hotel then back into Hollywood, more shots of the front
UK MacArthur - MacArthur breaks solo round-the-world sailing record
NAME: FRA MACARTHUR 070205N TAPE: EF05/0122 IN_TIME: 11:20:19:05 DURATION: 00:01:08:01 SOURCES: SKY DATELINE: Falmouth, 7 Feb 2005 RESTRICTIONS: No Access UK/CNNi/Ireland SHOTLIST 1. Members of Team Ellen and supporters of British sailor Ellen MacArthur open bottles of champagne when new world record is confirmed 2. People applauding 3. Man pours champagne over Mark Turner of Team Ellen 4. Cutaway of man clapping 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Mark Turner, Team Ellen: "It's been an amazing voyage. She's done an awesome job." Question: "How do you feel now, mate?" Answer: "Huge relief, massive relief. It was right down to the line. You just never know what can happen, it was pretty tense so very, very happy, fantastic." 6. Members of Team Ellen writing down record time 7. Close-up of paper showing record time, AUDIO of man reading out record 8. Wide shot of MacArthur supporters STORYLINE British sailor Ellen MacArthur broke a solo round-the-world sailing record on Monday with a time of 71 days, 14 hours, 18 minutes and 33 seconds, her control team said. The 28-year-old MacArthur completed the 26-thousand mile (42-thousand kilometre) circumnavigation at 10:29 p.m. (2229 GMT) by crossing an imaginary finish line between Ushant, France, and the Lizard peninsula in Cornwall on the south coast of England. MacArthur has battled stormy seas, gale-force winds, mechanical problems, a broken sail, burns, bruises and extreme exhaustion - even a close encounter with a whale. Her 75-foot (22.9-metre) trimaran B&Q (sponsor's name) broke the record set by Frenchman Francis Joyon, who set the mark of 72 days, 22 hours, 54 minutes and 22 seconds, in February 2004. MacArthur is expected to come ashore in the port town of Falmouth in Cornwall later. She told supporters waiting there that she was physically and mentally exhausted. MacArthur's journey began on November 28. Since then, she's slept an average of 30 minutes at a time and four hours in any one day.
PEDESTRIAN SAFETY CONCERN (2017)
October can be a dangerous month when it comes to crosswalk safety due to a decrease in daylight hours and visibility. It's one of the reasons St. Paul Police and Minnesota Department of Transportation traffic safety officials spent Tuesday morning along Rice Street, monitoring how many motorists stop for pedestrians who were crossing the street. In just two hours, they issued 14 citations and three warnings for failure to yield to pedestrians. Cmdr. Jeremy Ellison with the St. Paul Police Department said many drivers don't know that Minnesota state law considers every intersection a crosswalk. "We're out here to slow drivers down and get them to pay attention as they are driving. They should always actively be scanning the corners to see if there's a pedestrian waiting to cross or not," he said. So far this year, there have been 153 pedestrians and 87 bicyclists hit in St. Paul . Statewide, there have been 26 pedestrians killed in 2017. That's up compared to 2016.
FRANCE: YACHTSWOMAN ELLEN MACARTHUR RETURNS
TAPE_NUMBER: EF01/0169 IN_TIME: 10:28:24 // 13:00:44 LENGTH: 02:52 SOURCES: BBC RESTRICTIONS: FEED: VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) SCRIPT: English/Nat XFA Record-breaking Ellen MacArthur on Monday announced her plans to take part in another yacht race later this year - less than 24 hours after reaching dry land at the end of the Vendee Globe round-the-world race. The 24-year-old British yachtswoman, who crossed the finishing line for the Globe race late on Sunday, said she would compete in the Atlantic challenge race in July. She would use her yacht Kingfisher - but this time with a crew, she told a news conference in Les Sables d'Olonne, France. Competitors in the race have to sail from Europe to the United States and take part in several legs off the American continent before returning to Europe. MacArthur looked less exhausted than when she finished second in the Vendee Globe - and set records as the fastest woman and youngest person to circumnavigate the Earth in a single-handed race. She said had got three hours sleep on Sunday night, which was more than she had had in any previous night of the last three months. She was looking forward to going back home to Derbyshire with her parents, Ken and Avril, in the next few days, but said she wanted to stay in France to perhaps see some more of the Vendee competitors finish the race. MacArthur came second in the Vendee Globe boat race. The 25-thousand nautical mile voyage took her 94 days, four hours, 25 minutes and 40 seconds. That time smashed the previous best by a woman - France's Catherine Chabaud's record of 140 days was set in 1997, when she became the first woman to finish a non-stop solo around the world voyage. MacArthur was the youngest competitor in the 2000-2001 Vendee Globe, which began at Les Sables d'Olonne on November 9 and took skippers across three oceans and past three capes. While still at school, the Briton saved up for three years to buy her first boat, an eight-foot (three metre) dinghy. When she was 18, she won Britain's Young Sailor of the Year award and sailed around Britain and Ireland in her first major solo voyage. MacArthur has since sailed across the Atlantic several times, single-handed and with other skippers. The Vendee Globe race was won by Frenchman Michel Desjoyeaux, who finished on Saturday. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Just feels, just feels like too much, it's like you could never imagine, both to do the race and to be here right now. The best moment? Probably right now, and the worst moment is going to be in about 30 seconds time when I have to get off the boat and walk up the pontoon, and I don't want to say goodbye to her (Kingfisher yacht)." SUPER CAPTION: Ellen MacArthur, Round-the-world Yachtswoman SOUNDBITE: (English) "It was the most amazing experience of my life and to see so many people come just to see me it almost felt like there should be someone standing behind me and I almost felt in my own mind that they were here to see the boat and I was just the pilot and it was her who sailed around the world and I was just the lucky person to be on board her." SUPER CAPTION: Ellen MacArthur, Round-the-world Yachtswoman SOUNDBITE: (English) "The last 12 hours have been some of the most incredible of my life, without a doubt. Coming in last night was a mixture of emotions. It was almost a dread of finishing the race because I was so happy out there, but also complete elation at finishing and coming back in to the welcome of literally hundreds of thousands of people and it is really hard to describe how that felt." SUPER CAPTION: Ellen MacArthur, Round-the-world Yachtswoman SOUNDBITE: (English) "This is a superb achievement you know. Of course Ellen has been building up to it and one shouldn't think this is just something that has happened automatically. She has been working very hard for this for a number of years. When did we first meet Ellen, '94 or '95 I think and you know she has built up for this point and boy what a tremendous performance." SUPER CAPTION: Sir Robin Knox-Johnson, solo Round-the-world Yachtsman SHOTLIST: Les Sables d'Olonne, France - 11 & 12 February 2001 Recent file 1. Night shot from as boat arrives in harbour 2. MacArthur jumps for joy holding red flares 3. Cutaway crowd 4. Helicopter shot zooms in 5. Close up as MacArthur pops champagne 6. Mid shot of same 7. Cutaway small girl with British flag 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ellen MacArthur, Round-the-world Yachtswoman 9. Close up MacArthur hugs her parents 10. Wide shot MacArthur gets off boat zooms in 11. SOUNDBITE Ellen MacArthur, Round-the-world Yachtswoman Recent file 12. Aerial of MacArthur on boat February 12 2001 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Ellen MacArthur, Round-the-world Yachtswoman 14. SOUNDBITE (English) Sir Robin Knox-Johnson, Solo round-the-world Yachtsman Recent file 15. Aerial of Boat?