ITN Roving Report: To Shoot an Elephant
ITN Roving Report: To Shoot an Elephant; Carcass of elephant rolled over and more of vulture circling; Wardens removing elephant tusks Colonel Cowie interview SOT - On the culling plans of the Galana River game-management scheme Hunting party sets off for the bush, hunting party on the road and wildlife seen on park including rhino, zebras and giraffes Hunting party walking with guns, tracking elephant and shooting Demonstration of the cutting-up process, Elephant tusks, ears and feet are removed, to be used to create consumer products
Visiting The Eskimos - Smith Sound Eskimos
Visiting The Eskimos - Smith Sound Eskimos. Donald MacMillan expedition to Greenland in the 1930s. 1930s, Greenland, Smith Sound, Arctic, Eskimos, Inuits, smiling Eskimo man, Eskimo man taking off hat to reveal hair, icebergs, part of glacier breaking off to form iceberg, shore, Eskimo settlement on rocky slope next to glacier, Eskimo paddling in kayak, Eskimos outside and inside sealskin tents, seal oil lamp used for cooking, smiling Eskimo child, children, mother, Eskimos entering rock igloo, Eskimo boy making knife by chipping walrus tusk, carving, woman using ulu knife, Eskimo women and babies chewing skin to make clothing and boots, worn teeth of elderly Eskimo woman from constant chewing, Eskimo cutting and cooking meat, Eskimos eating raw meat with knives, Eskimo woman using ulu knife to cut raw meat, Eskimo man making coil of line of out seal skin, Eskimo man lacing sledge with sealskin line, Eskimo man making holes in sledge with bow drill, Eskimo man making ivory rings for dog harness, Eskimo girls playing game with bones, Eskimo man making kalouti musical instrument, Eskimo children playing and sliding / sledding down snow, Eskimo child with puppy, mother with puppies, Eskimo woman carrying baby on her back
KENYA SAFARI
Tsavo, Kenya National Park, Africa. <br/> <br/>Various shots at Nairobi Airport show a crowd of passengers getting onto a BUA (British United Airlines) aeroplane; L/S of the plane taking off. On board we see the passengers looking at souvenirs of their trip to Kenya - drums, brochures, carvings and an ostrich egg - while they are served drinks by a stewardess. <br/> <br/>Cut to several shots of animals and birds in the Tsavo National Park: elephants (one is seen trumpeting), wildebeest, pelicans, rhinoceroses (rhinos). Some tourists with their heads sticking out of a camper van drive through the entrance of the Park; inside we see the orderly campsite; a white man washes from a bowl outside one of the green tents. Several shots of exotic flowers and vegetation; a beautiful waterfall. <br/> <br/>The tourists stand outside the camper van and look through binoculars at flamingos on a lake and giraffes. More people look at lions from a Land Rover. At an area for 'Game Orphans' we see rhinos, buffalo and ostriches wandering around together. A white hunter and African attendants examine the tusks of a dead elephant; elsewhere, tusks are weighed and hundreds of elephant skulls are piled up. We see Peter Jenkins, assistant warden of the Park, measuring a skull while a woman takes notes for research. <br/> <br/>Several shots show a small aeroplane taking off; Peter Jenkins watches over the animals from the driver's seat. Various shots in a village show souvenirs being crafted: men carve wooden animals, water bottles hang from a pole, a girl displays necklaces / neck rings. Another man puts hundreds of fish on a wire table to dry in the sun. Men are seen in a small fishing boat; a truck is pulled across the river on a basic ferry. <br/> <br/>Various shots of westerners relaxing by the beach and on small boats. At a game lodge, holidaymakers sit on a veranda and watch elephants, zebras, antelope and lions through binoculars. Several shots of lions and lionesses lying in the grass, some with legs and front paws stretched apart! <br/>Cuts exist - see separate records.
++Malta Migrants
Tusk says Libya migrant route could be cut off
Bartlett Expedition
HA over rocky Arctic terrain. MLS hawk perched on rock. Cut to closer shot of same. HALS of Arctic terrain, lakes. Cut to waterfalls, CU's of water. Shipboard shots of expedition ship: The Effie M Morrissey, Inuit sailboat sidling to ship, Inuits clambering aboard for a visit. Shot of Inuits with Captain Bartlett on ship. Sequence on Caucasian man explaining something to elderly Inuit about an ivory tusk, elderly Inuit working on tusk. Shot of final result: Inuit jewelry and statuette. Interior shots of room, anthropologists measuring cranium of Inuit. Shot of Inuit men listening to music. Cut to MS of spring wound gramophone. Cut to Inuit encampment, skin tent, family sitting in front of smae, campfire. More shipboard shots of expedition ship, of gull landing on lifeboat, taking off, floating along side ship. Final shots of Inuits in sailboat preparing to shove off.
Poland Vote 2 - WRAP Exit polls show win for mayor, reax from both candidates
NAME: POL VOTE 2 231005N TAPE: EF05/0945 IN_TIME: 10:37:35:17 DURATION: 00:02:56:08 SOURCES: APTN DATELINE: Warsaw - 23 Oct 2005 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST 1. Cheering supporters of presidential candidate Lech Kaczynski at the Warsaw Palace of Science and Culture 2. Kaczynski signs 3. Lech Kaczynski on stage 4. SOUNDBITE: (Polish) Lech Kaczynski, Law and Justice Party Presidential Candidate: "Poland needs to put its guilt on the courts, but more than this Poland needs reconciliation. This is what I want to say to everybody here." 5. Various of Kaczynski being given flowers, leaving the stage, being greeted by well-wishers 6. Band playing 7. Large screen with poll results being shown 8. Poll results on screen showing Kaczynski in the lead 9. Presidential candidate Donald Tusk walking to the stage at Warsaw Polytechnic 10. Tusk being applauded by crowd 11. Placard, reads: President Tusk 12. SOUNDBITE: (Polish) Donald Tusk, Civic Platform Party Presidential Candidate: "We meet here for the last time in this campaign, but this is not the last time forever. I want to say I will probably lose this election, but you will win it." 13. Tusk's cheering supporters 14. Tusk receiving flowers 15. Tusk's supporters STORYLINE Warsaw Mayor Lech Kaczynski appeared to have won Poland's presidential run-off on Sunday, according to early returns, coming from behind after convincing older and poorer voters with his calls to keep the social safety net in a conservative government. An exit poll for Polish public television showed him leading with 53.7 percent to 46.3 percent over pro-market legislator Donald Tusk from the Civic Platform party. Tusk told glum supporters at his election headquarters that while he had probably lost the election the people of Poland had won it. Both candidates are right of centre, but Tusk is more oriented toward market economics and favours a flat tax. Kaczynski wants tax cuts, but prefers the system under which high earners pay more and proposes tax breaks for those with large families. His campaign also stressed Roman Catholic stands such as opposition to abortion and gay rights. During the campaign, Kaczynski vowed to root out former communists and fight political corruption, but sounded a conciliatory note as he claimed victory. He urged Tusk's party, Civic Platform, to finish work on a coalition government with his Law and Justice Party, headed by his twin brother, Jaroslaw Kaczynski. The two Kaczynski brothers, both former activists in the Solidarity trade union movement, won fame as child stars in a hit film, "Two Who Stole The Moon." Lech Kaczynski said Poland needed reconciliation, which he intends to achieve.
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HANKEL ANIMALS SKINNED
Poland Elections 2 - Polls opening, early voting, vox pop
NAME: POL ELECTION 2 231005N TAPE: EF05/0944 IN_TIME: 10:17:55:02 DURATION: 00:01:27:09 SOURCES: APTN DATELINE: Warsaw - 23 Oct 2005 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: 1. Exterior of the polling station with people walking in 2. Close up of Polish flag 3. Voter providing officials with identification at the registration desk 4. Voter in voting booth, pan voter walking to the ballot box and casting his vote 5. Mid of registration desk with officials checking IDs of voters 6. Various of people casting their vote 7. SOUNDBITE (Polish) Vox Pop, voter: "You know it doesn't bother me to much that they are twins. If their family could rule the country well I would certainly vote for them. If the family rules the country badly I would vote for another candidate. I'd like to add that my wife and I have been married for many years. We have opposite political ideas and we have voted for different candidates." 8. Exterior of the polling station STORYLINE Poles began voting in a neck-and-neck presidential run-off on Sunday on whether a pro-market politician or Warsaw's conservative mayor will lead the new European Union state as it grapples with the economic legacy of communism. Neither Donald Tusk, head of the Civic Platform party, nor Lech Kaczynski of the nationally conservative Law and Justice, the two front-runners achieved the required 50% majority needed for outright victory on the first run on 9 Oct. Ten other candidates are all trailing well behind Kaczynski and Tusk. The new president will help guide Poland through crucial decisions, including troop deployment in Iraq and adopting the euro, but the most recent poll had the two statistically tied. A survey published by the TNS OBOP agency on Friday showed that 50.9 percent support Tusk and 49.1 percent Kaczynski. Lech and Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the populists twin brothers, if elected would have both the prime minister's office as well as the presidency in their hands. But the prospect of a country run by twin brothers is not at the core of the political debate surrounding the election. The institute, which questioned 1,510 people on Tuesday and Wednesday, gave a margin of error of plus or minus 2.5 percentage points. The winner will replace outgoing President Aleksander Kwasniewski, a popular ex-communist who has served the maximum two terms allowed by law. The election race in the formerly communist country has focused on the Europe-wide issue of how far to go in giving up welfare state protections for the promise of an American-style economy with fewer social benefits but faster growth and job creation. Tusk wants a 15-percent flat tax rate on personal and corporate earnings, while Kaczynski favours a greater role for the state in protecting the social safety net and promoting Roman Catholic values. He wants tax cuts, but would maintain a system under which high earners pay more and large families enjoy deductions. Whoever wins will have an important role in approving laws and guiding foreign policy.
THE KENYA STORY
Various shots of flamingos flying over a lake while large flocks stand and walk in the water of Lake Nakuru in the Great Rift Valley of Kenya in Africa. M/S of a car driving away from us along a red dusty road; it slows down to let a line of zebras walk across the road and up a grassy slope. Nice M/S of zebras standing in a field with tails a-swishing. <br/> <br/>M/S of Colonel Mervyn Cowie, C.B.E. looking at a map on the bonnet of a land rover with another man. Commentator tells us dedicated men like the Colonel have the task of maintaining these vast territories (of Royal National Parks and National Reserves). One of the men points off camera and looks through his binoculars. Lovely M/S of four rhinoceroses lying down with their heads on their front legs in a dusty field. M/S of the men pointing and discussing; C/U of two of the rhinos with their faces resting on the ground. M/S of a woman filming the animals with a cine camera; a man in khaki safari clothes and a small boy also look out of the window of the land rover. <br/> <br/>M/S inside the land rover as we drive along a field where hundreds of birds are standing and walking around; C/U of a group of them; they look a bit like large herons with longer beaks and red heads (I am reliably informed by Big Ron they are Maribou Storks); pan left to show the edge of a lake and a giraffe staring at us. M/S and C/U of more giraffes strolling around and eating. M/S of a rhino walking along and stopping a few yards from a small group of elephants on the Amboseli Reserve. Commentator tells us this view of them eating together is extremely rare. <br/> <br/>M/S of a safari land rover travelling along a dirt track road, while a man and woman stand looking out of the top and pointing things out to each other; the man is taking photos with a long lens camera. M/S of the man in khaki driving. M/S of an elephant lolloping towards the camera, being followed by two white birds; he shakes his head and lots of dust flies out from behind his ears making the birds flutter. <br/> <br/>The land rover is seen driving over land in the Nairobi national park. M/S of a beautiful lioness walking along; the woman films them with the cine camera again. M/S of the lioness and a (quite old) cub. M/S of a juvenile lion lying down; his mane is half grown. <br/> <br/>Commentator says "Kenya is essentially a country of contrasts," as we see an aerial shot of snow-capped Mount Kenya, then M/Ss of a beautiful white sandy beach, with palm fronds in the foreground; then a spindly tree, panning right to show the rugged bush landscape, and a white Volkswagen Beetle in the distance! M/S of some swampy marshland. <br/> <br/>C/U of a very high signpost with distances to various cities in the world; most are in Africa; tilt up to show the top of the signpost which has compass points on it and a sign reading 'Nairobi Airport'. M/Ss of the sign before the airport buildings; an East African Airways plane slowing to a halt on the tarmac. M/S of a small crowd of people on the observation platform; C/U of two African women and a young boy; a Caucasian woman stands beside them and a Sikh man with a small girl in his arms is seen behind them. Nice M/S of people coming down the stairway of the plane, taken from beneath the wing. <br/> <br/>Fade into L/S of the city of Nairobi, with modern buildings and lots of cars moving along the main road. M/Ss of the traffic moving along the busy city road; a policeman is standing on a small trolley in the centre of the road directing them. We are told that hippos and occasionally the odd lion or leopard stray in from the river valleys. M/Ss of the modern New Stanley Hotel; some people sitting outside at the tables of a cafe; the diners are predominantly white and are served their drinks (seem to be soft drinks, including Coca Cola and Canada Dry) by an African waiter in traditional dress and fez. <br/> <br/>M/S and C/U of an African woman weaving a brightly coloured basket while sitting in a garden; some Wakamba men (in western dress) are then seen in the garden, carving elephant and rhino ornaments and traditional masks from wood. C/Us of the figures they have carved; M/Ss of western tourists buying the finished, polished masks from a stall in the street. We see some African men weighing huge ivory elephant tusks on a large scale on the street; a man in a fez watches the scale meter spin round while another makes notes. Commentator talks of this important export industry. <br/> <br/>L/S of a cruise liner taken from the land where some exotic plants and blossoms are growing. The ship is coming into Mombasa; the main port to Kenya. We see some tourists coming down a gangplank from the ship and getting into a car; the car drives off from the docks; C/U of an African man in uniform watching. M/S of a town road with a bizarre archway over a dual-carriage way; it looks like two pairs of huge ivory tusks crossing at the tips to form an arch; we are told it was erected to welcome Princess Margaret in 1956. <br/> <br/>M/S of the modern Oceanic Hotel; it looks like it has dominoes stuck on the front. M/S of people having drinks on stripy chairs at tables beside the beach. Again, the tourists are white and served by an African waiter in traditional dress. M/S of two girls in shorts and strappy tops walking down to the beach. A tourist couple are rinsing their snorkels and flippers as they sail past on a catamaran boat steered by two African men. Some people are seen snorkelling and skin-diving; some have harpoons; underwater shots of coral and rocks. M/Ss of a small plane coming in to land on a white sandy beach. Two couples in swimwear get out and run to the sea, putting on flippers and snorkels. <br/> <br/>C/U of a drum being played; M/S of a line of African men in traditional feathered costume with grass skirts, playing drums and dancing. Tourists sit and watch (some use cine cameras) with a group of African children. <br/> <br/>Note: print used for telecine transfer is badly scratched; track neg is cut. Cuts exist - see separate records.
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HANKEL AFRICA, BEVEAL FILM, WORK PRINTS
Arctic Jungle
Shots of Inuit men hauling beluga whales aboard ship, of Inuit women cutting up whale on beach, of woman lighting naphtha stove outside tent. Shot of Inuit men loading whale carcasses into hold of ship. Shots of dead polar bear being hauled along beach, of wounded polar bear swimming in water. Shots of Inuit family moving to summer camp. Shots of Inuit man performing on drum, other Inuits in background. Closer shots of women chanting. CU of hands manipulating piece of hide. MS of Inuit woman scrapping fur outside tent, child holding puppy besides her. CUs of woman cutting open package wrapped in hide, of hands sewing hides. CUs of sculpted walrus in tusk of whale, of hands sculpting fish. Shots of Inuit men cutting horns from skeleton on beach, other Inuit man sharpening his axe nearby. Shots of Inuits at work on beach, man sculpting bone, woman braiding colourful strands. CU of man cutting bone off carcass. Shots of Inuit man fashioning slingshot from bone.
MORNING ON MOUNT KENYA Reel 1 (on sleeve as MOURNING ON MOUNT KENYA )
Check copyright with Central Office of Information before using. <br/> <br/>Mombasa, Kenya. Camera pans to follow two couples who walk along a jetty towards some fishing boats. L/S of a beach with palm trees at the edge. M/S of people in swimsuits walking down a path towards the sea. There is a sign which reads: "Silversands Leave Centre." M/S of two couples sitting beside the beach. One of the men has been swimming and uses a towel to dry his hair. The girls joke that the men have it easy, sailing, swimming and lying around on the beach all day. The men, soldiers on leave presumably, begin to tell the girls what they have to do to deserve this break. <br/> <br/>Title: "Morning on Mount Kenya.". <br/> <br/>One of the men describes an exercise on Mount Kenya. Various shots of men packing up their camp. C/U and M/Ss of baboons. Narrator describes how the section Corporal was to be flown home as his mother had been taken ill. Corporal Woodley is told that he is now in command. Lieutenant Stanley shows Woodley a map and tells him the grid reference of the platoon rendezvous. Stanley climbs into a jeep and drives off. <br/> <br/>Some of the men sit down for a cigarette. An S.O.S. message is received on the radio from Nairobi. There has been a civil aircraft crash on Mount Kenya, the pilot is believed to be the only occupants. The men discuss whether they should go to the rescue. They debate whether they can reach the man before dark. It is a million to one against chance that anyone else will have picked up the message. <br/> <br/>The decision is made to attempt to reach the pilot by nightfall. Some men are sent off to make the rendezvous with Mr Stanley, the others will climb Mount Kenya led by Jeff - our hero. Voiceover continues to recount the story over shots of those men chosen to be in the rescue party. The narrator speaks fondly of the men he has chosen for the mission. The men are seen in M/S packing up their gear as the narrator describes them. <br/> <br/>Watches are synchronised and the rescue party are seen walking into the forest. Various shots of them making their way through the undergrowth. Jeff takes a compass reading. Jeff mulls over the responsibilities of leadership and the fact that he could be accused of acting without authority. L/S of the mountain, various shots of the rescue party climbing hills and making their way through forest. <br/> <br/>The men stop for a breather, they are all hot, tired and thirsty. Various shots of the men. One says: "Ice cold water, straight from the glaciers" and Jeff realises that the quickest way up would be to follow the river. Various shots of the men walking through and beside the river. They clamber over tree roots and rocks. <br/> <br/>The men stop for a break. One of the men identifies an elephant track. Some of the men are worried about an encounter with an elephant but Jeff decides to follow the track. <br/> <br/>Back at the rendezvous the rest of the men arrive. C/U of Lieutenant Stanley who asks: "Where the devil's Woodley and the others?" <br/> <br/>The search party breaks for some food. Jeff decides to have a scout around and the radio operator prepares to try and contact the rest of the platoon. Jeff suddenly spots two elephants and rushes back to tell the others to pack up and move. The radio operator had just got through to the signaller back at the rendezvous. The signaller says: "I can't understand it sir. They came over loud and clear then cut dead." <br/> <br/>Lieutenant Stanley tells the Signaller to get through to battalion and tell them that they are still trying to make contact. <br/> <br/>The elephants walk through the bush. Local tribesmen take aim with bows and arrows and shoot at the elephants. Our search party run towards the men and scare them away. The search party suddenly comes upon a pile of elephant tusks. "Look at this ivory." says one of the soldiers "Must have taken them weeks to poach all this." They discuss how much it might be worth. Jeff suggests that they should bury it so that the game warden can pick it up later. <br/> <br/>L/S of a plane taking off from a dusty airfield. Aerial shots of the forest. Pilot is in radio communication and is asked to report any sign of the search party back to base. <br/> <br/>The search party the radio operator reports: "Platoon say that they will stay on listening watch as radio link between us and battalion H.Q." Jeff tells him to report that they will be in touch again once they have cleared the bamboo. Men of the search party spot the Royal Air Force plane and wave. <br/> <br/>The search party make their way through a dense bamboo forest. "We've got to clear this bamboo before it gets dark" says Jeff. The men are tired and short of breath. Dramatic music marks their exit from the bamboo forest onto moorland. L/S of Mount Kenya. Jeff asks the men if they can see any sign of the crashed plane. The answer is no. Jeff thinks they are in the right area and tells the men to spread out and have a look around until it gets dark. End of reel 1. Reel 2 has been transferred on *PM1237* (film id 1237.01). See separate records for details. <br/> <br/>Print has bad colour fading.
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HOBBIES & CRAFTS 1
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA POOL SPRAY W/ EURO COUNCIL PRESIDENT TUSK - STIX & CUTS
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA OVAL OFFICE PHOTO OP POOL SPRAY WITH EUROPEAN COUNCIL PRESIDENT DONALD TUSK - STIX FOLLOWED BY CUTS. ALSO INCLUDES QUICK SHOT OF SECRETARY OF STATE JOHN KERRY, NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISOR SUSAN RICE, AND VICE PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN STANDING AROUND INSIDE THE OVAL OFFICE Remarks by President Obama before his bilateral meeting with European Council President Donald Tusk POOL SPRAY DC SLUG: 1525 WH TUSK SPRAY RS33 73 AR: 16X9 NYRS: WASH3 15:27:36 PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: Well, it is a great pleasure to welcome Donald Tusk to the White House in his new role. I had outstanding experiences working with him during the time that he was Prime Minister of Poland, one of our closest allies, and was consistently impressed with his outstanding work and his strong support for the Transatlantic Alliance. We are very pleased that he is carrying on those same skills and values to the European Council. 15:28:13 And let me just say at the outset that I think transatlantic unity is as strong as it's ever been. We face a number of significant challenges. Obviously a major topic of conversation today will be the situation in Ukraine. We are all committed to making sure that we uphold the basic principles of sovereignty and territorial integrity that have been threatened by Russian aggression. We've been able to maintain strong unity with respect to sanctions. 15:28:54 We very much appreciate the work that's been done by Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Francois Hollande to establish a Minsk process. But we also know from experiences over the last year that unless we have strong monitoring and strong implementation, that these agreements will be meaningless. And so part of what we'll be discussing is how do we make sure that we are able to monitor effectively what's happening on the ground in Ukraine, and how do we continue to maintain pressure on Russia, on the separatists, to abide by these agreements. 15:29:11 We'll also have an opportunity to talk about the significant challenges that the Ukrainian economy faces. We have to make sure that the 90 percent of Ukraine that is still effectively governed by Kyiv is able to succeed. And that requires that we work together, Europe and the United States, to supplement the work that's being done by the IMF. 15:29:47 We'll also be talking about a wide range of other issues. We share concerns about global growth and the global economy, and this will be an opportunity for us to highlight the opportunities of strengthening trade through the transatlantic trade agreement that is currently being discussed between the two parties. 15:30:35 We'll have a chance to discuss the situation in Greece and what more can be done to bolster European growth, which obviously has been lagging over the course of the last seven, eight years, and ends up having an impact on the world economy and the U.S. economy. We'll have an opportunity to talk about some of the security challenges that we face both -- beyond Ukraine, including the situation in Libya, the situation in Iraq, the need for us to be unified in our fight against ISIL, but also to work effectively to prevent foreign fighters from getting to Syria, as well as foreign fighters leaving Syria and coming back to Europe and the United States and potentially endangering our fellow citizens. 15:31:01 So we have a busy agenda. But I know that I've got a great partner, and very much look forward to hearing Mr. Tusk's views on these very important issues. So thank you. 15:31:19 PRESIDENT DONALD TUSK: First let me thank President Obama for inviting me in my new role as President of the European Council to Washington. We have much to discuss. However I would like to pay attention -- special attention to three topics, namely the critical relations with Russia in the Ukrainian context; the threat of terrorism and actions of the so-called Islamic State in the context of Libya; and lastly, our negotiations on TTIP -- Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. Although these are three different -- very different challenges, they have a common denominator, I think. It's a need, maybe greater than ever before, a need for unity of Europe and the United States. We are I think today calling into question even our fundamental values, like freedom, freedom of democracy, prosperity and, for sure, the political order. And to our enemies who use propaganda against us, commit acts of violence, and to violate the sovereignty of our neighbors, they want to weaken the political commitment of the Western world. Today, we can see with full clarity that they are trying to divide us, from inside of Europe, as well as Europe and America. But when we are united we will be able to put a stop to the aggressive policy of Russia against her neighbors. And the past has shown that when we were united we were able to successful fight against terrorism. And also, thanks to the fact that we have acted together in the field of the economy and free trade, we achieved success. When it comes to T-TIP, getting agreement -- it's my hope that we get the agreement. It's not so difficult -- it's difficult but a good thing. We have strong arguments. Of course we need to advance the negotiations, for sure, and we have to convince our public opinion on both sides of the Atlantic. But we have strong arguments, and I believe that 2015 will push forward this process, because, in fact, T-TIP is not only about trade but also about the chance of the jobs. And also, it's about political security for our population. 3:15:52 Second, we have to stop violent extremism spreading in Africa. We must help because we cannot have a failed state run by warlords and anarchy -- sitting in anarchy just 100 miles off the southern coast of Europe. 3:16:30 And as to Ukraine, now, today, we are united on the need for full implement of the Minsk Agreement and also in our determination to maintain the sanctions on Russia until the Minsk Agreement is fully implemented. But the brutal history is returned to us -- brutal history and the political fait accompli. And this is why I think this is so important for Europe and for America that we have to not only speak in one voice but also to act in unison, because who we are tomorrow depends on what we do today. 3:17:13 PM And I get the feeling that now is the best time through some kind of renaissance of faith in our community. And you Americans express this need I think in the most convincing phrase I know, "United we stand, divided we fall." I am convinced it's true. Thank you. PRESIDENT OBAMA: Thank you very much, everybody. QUESTION: Can you comment on the Republican letter to Iran? Can you comment on that? 15:26:10 PRESIDENT OBAMA: I think it's somewhat ironic to see some members of Congress wanting to make common cause with the hardliners in Iran. It's an unusual coalition. I think what we're going to focus on right now is actually seeing whether we can get a deal or not. And once we do -- if we do -- then we'll be able to make the case to the American people, and I'm confident we'll be able to implement it. All right. Thank you very much.
EU Climate 2 - EU leaders agree to stick to emissions cut plan despite economic crisis
NAME: EU CLIMATE 2 20081015Ix TAPE: EF08/1049 IN_TIME: 10:44:15:12 DURATION: 00:02:57:11 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Brussels - 15 Oct 2008 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: 1. Wide of Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk walking towards reporters 2. SOUNDBITE: (Polish) Donald Tusk, Polish Prime Minister: "We will not be afraid of using a veto (on the climate change package) if our demands are not listened to, but I hope it will not come to that. I hope our determination and the determination of nine countries will have an effect. We don't know yet if that effort will be enough." 3. Pan from cameras to Tusk talking to reporters 4. Wide of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini and Italian Finance Minister Giulio Tremonti in news conference 5. SOUNDBITE (Italian) Silvio Berlusconi, Italian Prime Minister: "I have announced in a very precise way that I am ready to invoke the right to veto on this subject and Poland immediately lined alongside us on this issue. I have not spoken with other countries yet but other countries here today at the meeting have told me and the foreign minister that they feel exactly the same. I really think that if we really want to cut carbon emissions we will have to do so with a general accord; because I don't think it is feasible that only Europe cuts emissions and all the other large nations producing carbon emissions do not. At this moment, during the current crisis what we need is what the French call 'un peu de souplesse' (English: a little bit of flexibility) to continue to aspire to these objectives, but may apply them later in time after this difficult time of financial crisis." 6. Cutaway of cameraman 7. Top shot of officials leaving 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Alfred Gusenbauer, Austrian Chancellor: "I think for the conclusions now it is okay; because it is mainly referring the issue to December. But I think that the debate around the table clearly indicated that it will be very difficult and that the Commission in cooperation with the Parliament and the Council has to do a lot of work in the two months ahead of us." 9. Back shot of EU Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso standing with French President Nicolas Sarkozy 10. Sarkozy getting into car STORYLINE: European Union leaders agreed on Wednesday to stick to ambitious plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions 20 percent by 2020, but divisions over how to share out the cuts were widened by fears over the impact of the financial crisis. Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi threatened to veto the plan unless changes were made to lesson the burden on Italian industry. He told reporters that in the current economic climate a little flexibility was needed in order to reach the targets. The leaders of eight eastern European countries said the EU must balance the drive to reduce carbon emissions against "the need for sustainable economic growth" at a time of economic uncertainty. Despite those concerns, French President Nicolas Sarkozy said all the leaders agreed to work to find a final agreement on the package before the end of the year. The plan would cost governments and business (b) billions of dollars to implement new technologies, develop renewable energy sources and reduce emissions from cars and factories. Berlusconi said that was unfair since competitors to European industry in China and the United States would not have to face such a burdens. The leaders of Poland, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia took a similar stand, saying their countries had already made great cuts in carbon emissions since emerging from communism in the late 1980s and that "should be recognised" now. Otherwise, they said, eastern Europeans would pay disproportionately for the EU climate change package agreed to last year, which calls for the slashing of greenhouse gas emissions and creation of a costly emissions trading program. Poland's Prime Minister, Donald Tusk, told reporters in Brussels he wouldn't back off using a veto if "demands are not listened to". The recent financial turmoil has triggered fears of a global recession that would make governments less keen to get major polluters such as energy generators, steel makers and cement producers to pay billions into a cap-and-trade emissions scheme. The EU cap-and-trade program could impose 68.8 (b) billion US dollars a year in polluter fees. Each of the bloc's 27 governments, including the eight eastern European countries, and the European Parliament need to approve the plan for it to become law. Over the past year, negotiations on the package between EU governments and lawmakers have intensified. It is hoped both sides can endorse it by year's end so it can be enacted in 2009. If the EU backs off, it would be seen as a harsh blow to UN climate change talks planned for December in Poland that will include delegates from more than 190 countries. The conference is to work out the details of a climate change accord to succeed the Kyoto Protocol, which expires in 2012. The Austrian Chancellor, Alfred Gusenbauer, said there was a lot of work to be done in the next two months leading up to the conference.
BUSH IN AFRICA TRIP / BOTSWANA RS 117 / 9:17AM - 11:36AM
09:17:47 change tapes... 10:13:05 mokolodi nature preserve...cheetah through trees 10:13:28 ostrich through trees 10:14:02 rhino 10:14:48 tour bus ms and pan to field 10:15:09 warthogs?? 10:16:00 large rhino and baby rhino eating 10:16:58 w/s rhinos in field 10:17:10 m/t large rhino grazing and p/i to t/s 10:17:31 p/b to m/s rhino and p/i to tusk and p/b 10:18:04 back of big rhino and baby standing neext 10:18:30 nice two shot of big and baby rhino....more shots of the 2 rhinos 10:20:37 tour bus travels behind rhinos 10:22:23 bush family in yellow pick up looking at rhinos w/m 10:22:57 p/i to m/t of the family bush george, laura and barbara in pickup...and p/b ***** 10:23:44 elephants w/s in preserve 10:24:05 p/i to game wardens or security 10:24:24 man walks up to elephant to make them move 10:25:01 nice m/t of 2 elephants **** 10:25:44 w/s elephants toss dirt on each other 10:26:04 press truck passes 10:26:15 bush inm pickup rolls into view near elephants 10:26:40 elephants are mating for george and family ******** lots of laughter 10:27:45 m/t bush in back of truck 10:27:59 bush waves hat at camera... 10:29:58 george turns and says.."they want a volunteer". 10:30:21 bush family applauds...on m/t shot (cant see what they are applauding to) 10:30:57 bush out of truck and walks to elephant along w/family...pets elephant **** 10:32:05 george holds tusk and is slightly lifted off ground....c/a laura still in truck 10:32:55 george climbs back into truck and smiles m/t 10:33:46 w/s bush truck and elephant as truck pulls away...george thanks game keepers cuts camera 11:09:48 bush convoy along rural road...driving pov 11:10:54 bush and family greeting folks at the preserve...and boards truck 11:11:36 c/u bush puts on hat and poses with guide 11:12:17 bush vehicle driving through the preserve v/s wide and medium 11:16:17 good shot m/s of bushes in truck 11:16:54 m/t truck w/ bush's driving along road....truck stops to look at cheetah 11:19:37 tracking field shot and pan to bush truck 11:20:17 nice mcu truck turning corner 11:21:32 bush truck stops to look 11:23:21 rhino through trees 11:24:23 tracking shot past rhino and baby 11:25:14 bush in truck p/b to rhinos.......m/s bush truck and rhinos *** steady 11:26:32 bush truck on the road 11:26:46 elephants...start mating **** m/s 11:27:14 p/i to elephants mating...bush truck distance 11:27:39 c/u s/a bush family watches mating ritual ****** 11:28:24 bush out of truck walks over to elephant 11:28:51 bush petting elephants 11:29:38 bush is slightly lifted by tusk 11:30:15 w/s walks back to truck 11:30:24 tracking shots again of bush vehicle 11:30:48 bush walking at airport and shaking hands with mogae 11:31:48 m/cu bush and mogae...bush waves 11:32:10 george and barbara walk up steps of air force one and wave ***** 11:32:41 p/b to w/s as he boards plane 11:35:30 pop tapes
BUSH IN AFRICA TRIP / BOTSWANA RS 117 / 9:17AM - 11:36AM
09:17:47 change tapes... 10:13:05 mokolodi nature preserve...cheetah through trees 10:13:28 ostrich through trees 10:14:02 rhino 10:14:48 tour bus ms and pan to field 10:15:09 warthogs?? 10:16:00 large rhino and baby rhino eating 10:16:58 w/s rhinos in field 10:17:10 m/t large rhino grazing and p/i to t/s 10:17:31 p/b to m/s rhino and p/i to tusk and p/b 10:18:04 back of big rhino and baby standing neext 10:18:30 nice two shot of big and baby rhino....more shots of the 2 rhinos 10:20:37 tour bus travels behind rhinos 10:22:23 bush family in yellow pick up looking at rhinos w/m 10:22:57 p/i to m/t of the family bush george, laura and barbara in pickup...and p/b ***** 10:23:44 elephants w/s in preserve 10:24:05 p/i to game wardens or security 10:24:24 man walks up to elephant to make them move 10:25:01 nice m/t of 2 elephants **** 10:25:44 w/s elephants toss dirt on each other 10:26:04 press truck passes 10:26:15 bush inm pickup rolls into view near elephants 10:26:40 elephants are mating for george and family ******** lots of laughter 10:27:45 m/t bush in back of truck 10:27:59 bush waves hat at camera... 10:29:58 george turns and says.."they want a volunteer". 10:30:21 bush family applauds...on m/t shot (cant see what they are applauding to) 10:30:57 bush out of truck and walks to elephant along w/family...pets elephant **** 10:32:05 george holds tusk and is slightly lifted off ground....c/a laura still in truck 10:32:55 george climbs back into truck and smiles m/t 10:33:46 w/s bush truck and elephant as truck pulls away...george thanks game keepers cuts camera 11:09:48 bush convoy along rural road...driving pov 11:10:54 bush and family greeting folks at the preserve...and boards truck 11:11:36 c/u bush puts on hat and poses with guide 11:12:17 bush vehicle driving through the preserve v/s wide and medium 11:16:17 good shot m/s of bushes in truck 11:16:54 m/t truck w/ bush's driving along road....truck stops to look at cheetah 11:19:37 tracking field shot and pan to bush truck 11:20:17 nice mcu truck turning corner 11:21:32 bush truck stops to look 11:23:21 rhino through trees 11:24:23 tracking shot past rhino and baby 11:25:14 bush in truck p/b to rhinos.......m/s bush truck and rhinos *** steady 11:26:32 bush truck on the road 11:26:46 elephants...start mating **** m/s 11:27:14 p/i to elephants mating...bush truck distance 11:27:39 c/u s/a bush family watches mating ritual ****** 11:28:24 bush out of truck walks over to elephant 11:28:51 bush petting elephants 11:29:38 bush is slightly lifted by tusk 11:30:15 w/s walks back to truck 11:30:24 tracking shots again of bush vehicle 11:30:48 bush walking at airport and shaking hands with mogae 11:31:48 m/cu bush and mogae...bush waves 11:32:10 george and barbara walk up steps of air force one and wave ***** 11:32:41 p/b to w/s as he boards plane 11:35:30 pop tapes
BUSH IN AFRICA TRIP / BOTSWANA RS 117 / 9:17AM - 11:36AM
09:17:47 change tapes... 10:13:05 mokolodi nature preserve...cheetah through trees 10:13:28 ostrich through trees 10:14:02 rhino 10:14:48 tour bus ms and pan to field 10:15:09 warthogs?? 10:16:00 large rhino and baby rhino eating 10:16:58 w/s rhinos in field 10:17:10 m/t large rhino grazing and p/i to t/s 10:17:31 p/b to m/s rhino and p/i to tusk and p/b 10:18:04 back of big rhino and baby standing neext 10:18:30 nice two shot of big and baby rhino....more shots of the 2 rhinos 10:20:37 tour bus travels behind rhinos 10:22:23 bush family in yellow pick up looking at rhinos w/m 10:22:57 p/i to m/t of the family bush george, laura and barbara in pickup...and p/b ***** 10:23:44 elephants w/s in preserve 10:24:05 p/i to game wardens or security 10:24:24 man walks up to elephant to make them move 10:25:01 nice m/t of 2 elephants **** 10:25:44 w/s elephants toss dirt on each other 10:26:04 press truck passes 10:26:15 bush inm pickup rolls into view near elephants 10:26:40 elephants are mating for george and family ******** lots of laughter 10:27:45 m/t bush in back of truck 10:27:59 bush waves hat at camera... 10:29:58 george turns and says.."they want a volunteer". 10:30:21 bush family applauds...on m/t shot (cant see what they are applauding to) 10:30:57 bush out of truck and walks to elephant along w/family...pets elephant **** 10:32:05 george holds tusk and is slightly lifted off ground....c/a laura still in truck 10:32:55 george climbs back into truck and smiles m/t 10:33:46 w/s bush truck and elephant as truck pulls away...george thanks game keepers cuts camera 11:09:48 bush convoy along rural road...driving pov 11:10:54 bush and family greeting folks at the preserve...and boards truck 11:11:36 c/u bush puts on hat and poses with guide 11:12:17 bush vehicle driving through the preserve v/s wide and medium 11:16:17 good shot m/s of bushes in truck 11:16:54 m/t truck w/ bush's driving along road....truck stops to look at cheetah 11:19:37 tracking field shot and pan to bush truck 11:20:17 nice mcu truck turning corner 11:21:32 bush truck stops to look 11:23:21 rhino through trees 11:24:23 tracking shot past rhino and baby 11:25:14 bush in truck p/b to rhinos.......m/s bush truck and rhinos *** steady 11:26:32 bush truck on the road 11:26:46 elephants...start mating **** m/s 11:27:14 p/i to elephants mating...bush truck distance 11:27:39 c/u s/a bush family watches mating ritual ****** 11:28:24 bush out of truck walks over to elephant 11:28:51 bush petting elephants 11:29:38 bush is slightly lifted by tusk 11:30:15 w/s walks back to truck 11:30:24 tracking shots again of bush vehicle 11:30:48 bush walking at airport and shaking hands with mogae 11:31:48 m/cu bush and mogae...bush waves 11:32:10 george and barbara walk up steps of air force one and wave ***** 11:32:41 p/b to w/s as he boards plane 11:35:30 pop tapes
BUSH IN AFRICA TRIP / BOTSWANA RS 117 / 9:17AM - 11:36AM
09:17:47 change tapes... 10:13:05 mokolodi nature preserve...cheetah through trees 10:13:28 ostrich through trees 10:14:02 rhino 10:14:48 tour bus ms and pan to field 10:15:09 warthogs?? 10:16:00 large rhino and baby rhino eating 10:16:58 w/s rhinos in field 10:17:10 m/t large rhino grazing and p/i to t/s 10:17:31 p/b to m/s rhino and p/i to tusk and p/b 10:18:04 back of big rhino and baby standing neext 10:18:30 nice two shot of big and baby rhino....more shots of the 2 rhinos 10:20:37 tour bus travels behind rhinos 10:22:23 bush family in yellow pick up looking at rhinos w/m 10:22:57 p/i to m/t of the family bush george, laura and barbara in pickup...and p/b ***** 10:23:44 elephants w/s in preserve 10:24:05 p/i to game wardens or security 10:24:24 man walks up to elephant to make them move 10:25:01 nice m/t of 2 elephants **** 10:25:44 w/s elephants toss dirt on each other 10:26:04 press truck passes 10:26:15 bush inm pickup rolls into view near elephants 10:26:40 elephants are mating for george and family ******** lots of laughter 10:27:45 m/t bush in back of truck 10:27:59 bush waves hat at camera... 10:29:58 george turns and says.."they want a volunteer". 10:30:21 bush family applauds...on m/t shot (cant see what they are applauding to) 10:30:57 bush out of truck and walks to elephant along w/family...pets elephant **** 10:32:05 george holds tusk and is slightly lifted off ground....c/a laura still in truck 10:32:55 george climbs back into truck and smiles m/t 10:33:46 w/s bush truck and elephant as truck pulls away...george thanks game keepers cuts camera 11:09:48 bush convoy along rural road...driving pov 11:10:54 bush and family greeting folks at the preserve...and boards truck 11:11:36 c/u bush puts on hat and poses with guide 11:12:17 bush vehicle driving through the preserve v/s wide and medium 11:16:17 good shot m/s of bushes in truck 11:16:54 m/t truck w/ bush's driving along road....truck stops to look at cheetah 11:19:37 tracking field shot and pan to bush truck 11:20:17 nice mcu truck turning corner 11:21:32 bush truck stops to look 11:23:21 rhino through trees 11:24:23 tracking shot past rhino and baby 11:25:14 bush in truck p/b to rhinos.......m/s bush truck and rhinos *** steady 11:26:32 bush truck on the road 11:26:46 elephants...start mating **** m/s 11:27:14 p/i to elephants mating...bush truck distance 11:27:39 c/u s/a bush family watches mating ritual ****** 11:28:24 bush out of truck walks over to elephant 11:28:51 bush petting elephants 11:29:38 bush is slightly lifted by tusk 11:30:15 w/s walks back to truck 11:30:24 tracking shots again of bush vehicle 11:30:48 bush walking at airport and shaking hands with mogae 11:31:48 m/cu bush and mogae...bush waves 11:32:10 george and barbara walk up steps of air force one and wave ***** 11:32:41 p/b to w/s as he boards plane 11:35:30 pop tapes
BUSH IN AFRICA TRIP / BOTSWANA RS 117 / 9:17AM - 11:36AM
09:17:47 change tapes... 10:13:05 mokolodi nature preserve...cheetah through trees 10:13:28 ostrich through trees 10:14:02 rhino 10:14:48 tour bus ms and pan to field 10:15:09 warthogs?? 10:16:00 large rhino and baby rhino eating 10:16:58 w/s rhinos in field 10:17:10 m/t large rhino grazing and p/i to t/s 10:17:31 p/b to m/s rhino and p/i to tusk and p/b 10:18:04 back of big rhino and baby standing neext 10:18:30 nice two shot of big and baby rhino....more shots of the 2 rhinos 10:20:37 tour bus travels behind rhinos 10:22:23 bush family in yellow pick up looking at rhinos w/m 10:22:57 p/i to m/t of the family bush george, laura and barbara in pickup...and p/b ***** 10:23:44 elephants w/s in preserve 10:24:05 p/i to game wardens or security 10:24:24 man walks up to elephant to make them move 10:25:01 nice m/t of 2 elephants **** 10:25:44 w/s elephants toss dirt on each other 10:26:04 press truck passes 10:26:15 bush inm pickup rolls into view near elephants 10:26:40 elephants are mating for george and family ******** lots of laughter 10:27:45 m/t bush in back of truck 10:27:59 bush waves hat at camera... 10:29:58 george turns and says.."they want a volunteer". 10:30:21 bush family applauds...on m/t shot (cant see what they are applauding to) 10:30:57 bush out of truck and walks to elephant along w/family...pets elephant **** 10:32:05 george holds tusk and is slightly lifted off ground....c/a laura still in truck 10:32:55 george climbs back into truck and smiles m/t 10:33:46 w/s bush truck and elephant as truck pulls away...george thanks game keepers cuts camera 11:09:48 bush convoy along rural road...driving pov 11:10:54 bush and family greeting folks at the preserve...and boards truck 11:11:36 c/u bush puts on hat and poses with guide 11:12:17 bush vehicle driving through the preserve v/s wide and medium 11:16:17 good shot m/s of bushes in truck 11:16:54 m/t truck w/ bush's driving along road....truck stops to look at cheetah 11:19:37 tracking field shot and pan to bush truck 11:20:17 nice mcu truck turning corner 11:21:32 bush truck stops to look 11:23:21 rhino through trees 11:24:23 tracking shot past rhino and baby 11:25:14 bush in truck p/b to rhinos.......m/s bush truck and rhinos *** steady 11:26:32 bush truck on the road 11:26:46 elephants...start mating **** m/s 11:27:14 p/i to elephants mating...bush truck distance 11:27:39 c/u s/a bush family watches mating ritual ****** 11:28:24 bush out of truck walks over to elephant 11:28:51 bush petting elephants 11:29:38 bush is slightly lifted by tusk 11:30:15 w/s walks back to truck 11:30:24 tracking shots again of bush vehicle 11:30:48 bush walking at airport and shaking hands with mogae 11:31:48 m/cu bush and mogae...bush waves 11:32:10 george and barbara walk up steps of air force one and wave ***** 11:32:41 p/b to w/s as he boards plane 11:35:30 pop tapes
BUSH IN AFRICA TRIP / BOTSWANA RS 117 / 9:17AM - 11:36AM
09:17:47 change tapes... 10:13:05 mokolodi nature preserve...cheetah through trees 10:13:28 ostrich through trees 10:14:02 rhino 10:14:48 tour bus ms and pan to field 10:15:09 warthogs?? 10:16:00 large rhino and baby rhino eating 10:16:58 w/s rhinos in field 10:17:10 m/t large rhino grazing and p/i to t/s 10:17:31 p/b to m/s rhino and p/i to tusk and p/b 10:18:04 back of big rhino and baby standing neext 10:18:30 nice two shot of big and baby rhino....more shots of the 2 rhinos 10:20:37 tour bus travels behind rhinos 10:22:23 bush family in yellow pick up looking at rhinos w/m 10:22:57 p/i to m/t of the family bush george, laura and barbara in pickup...and p/b ***** 10:23:44 elephants w/s in preserve 10:24:05 p/i to game wardens or security 10:24:24 man walks up to elephant to make them move 10:25:01 nice m/t of 2 elephants **** 10:25:44 w/s elephants toss dirt on each other 10:26:04 press truck passes 10:26:15 bush inm pickup rolls into view near elephants 10:26:40 elephants are mating for george and family ******** lots of laughter 10:27:45 m/t bush in back of truck 10:27:59 bush waves hat at camera... 10:29:58 george turns and says.."they want a volunteer". 10:30:21 bush family applauds...on m/t shot (cant see what they are applauding to) 10:30:57 bush out of truck and walks to elephant along w/family...pets elephant **** 10:32:05 george holds tusk and is slightly lifted off ground....c/a laura still in truck 10:32:55 george climbs back into truck and smiles m/t 10:33:46 w/s bush truck and elephant as truck pulls away...george thanks game keepers cuts camera 11:09:48 bush convoy along rural road...driving pov 11:10:54 bush and family greeting folks at the preserve...and boards truck 11:11:36 c/u bush puts on hat and poses with guide 11:12:17 bush vehicle driving through the preserve v/s wide and medium 11:16:17 good shot m/s of bushes in truck 11:16:54 m/t truck w/ bush's driving along road....truck stops to look at cheetah 11:19:37 tracking field shot and pan to bush truck 11:20:17 nice mcu truck turning corner 11:21:32 bush truck stops to look 11:23:21 rhino through trees 11:24:23 tracking shot past rhino and baby 11:25:14 bush in truck p/b to rhinos.......m/s bush truck and rhinos *** steady 11:26:32 bush truck on the road 11:26:46 elephants...start mating **** m/s 11:27:14 p/i to elephants mating...bush truck distance 11:27:39 c/u s/a bush family watches mating ritual ****** 11:28:24 bush out of truck walks over to elephant 11:28:51 bush petting elephants 11:29:38 bush is slightly lifted by tusk 11:30:15 w/s walks back to truck 11:30:24 tracking shots again of bush vehicle 11:30:48 bush walking at airport and shaking hands with mogae 11:31:48 m/cu bush and mogae...bush waves 11:32:10 george and barbara walk up steps of air force one and wave ***** 11:32:41 p/b to w/s as he boards plane 11:35:30 pop tapes
BUSH IN AFRICA TRIP / BOTSWANA RS 117 / 9:17AM - 11:36AM
09:17:47 change tapes... 10:13:05 mokolodi nature preserve...cheetah through trees 10:13:28 ostrich through trees 10:14:02 rhino 10:14:48 tour bus ms and pan to field 10:15:09 warthogs?? 10:16:00 large rhino and baby rhino eating 10:16:58 w/s rhinos in field 10:17:10 m/t large rhino grazing and p/i to t/s 10:17:31 p/b to m/s rhino and p/i to tusk and p/b 10:18:04 back of big rhino and baby standing neext 10:18:30 nice two shot of big and baby rhino....more shots of the 2 rhinos 10:20:37 tour bus travels behind rhinos 10:22:23 bush family in yellow pick up looking at rhinos w/m 10:22:57 p/i to m/t of the family bush george, laura and barbara in pickup...and p/b ***** 10:23:44 elephants w/s in preserve 10:24:05 p/i to game wardens or security 10:24:24 man walks up to elephant to make them move 10:25:01 nice m/t of 2 elephants **** 10:25:44 w/s elephants toss dirt on each other 10:26:04 press truck passes 10:26:15 bush inm pickup rolls into view near elephants 10:26:40 elephants are mating for george and family ******** lots of laughter 10:27:45 m/t bush in back of truck 10:27:59 bush waves hat at camera... 10:29:58 george turns and says.."they want a volunteer". 10:30:21 bush family applauds...on m/t shot (cant see what they are applauding to) 10:30:57 bush out of truck and walks to elephant along w/family...pets elephant **** 10:32:05 george holds tusk and is slightly lifted off ground....c/a laura still in truck 10:32:55 george climbs back into truck and smiles m/t 10:33:46 w/s bush truck and elephant as truck pulls away...george thanks game keepers cuts camera 11:09:48 bush convoy along rural road...driving pov 11:10:54 bush and family greeting folks at the preserve...and boards truck 11:11:36 c/u bush puts on hat and poses with guide 11:12:17 bush vehicle driving through the preserve v/s wide and medium 11:16:17 good shot m/s of bushes in truck 11:16:54 m/t truck w/ bush's driving along road....truck stops to look at cheetah 11:19:37 tracking field shot and pan to bush truck 11:20:17 nice mcu truck turning corner 11:21:32 bush truck stops to look 11:23:21 rhino through trees 11:24:23 tracking shot past rhino and baby 11:25:14 bush in truck p/b to rhinos.......m/s bush truck and rhinos *** steady 11:26:32 bush truck on the road 11:26:46 elephants...start mating **** m/s 11:27:14 p/i to elephants mating...bush truck distance 11:27:39 c/u s/a bush family watches mating ritual ****** 11:28:24 bush out of truck walks over to elephant 11:28:51 bush petting elephants 11:29:38 bush is slightly lifted by tusk 11:30:15 w/s walks back to truck 11:30:24 tracking shots again of bush vehicle 11:30:48 bush walking at airport and shaking hands with mogae 11:31:48 m/cu bush and mogae...bush waves 11:32:10 george and barbara walk up steps of air force one and wave ***** 11:32:41 p/b to w/s as he boards plane 11:35:30 pop tapes
US Pig STILL - 11 yr old boy shoots 1,051-pound wild hog with pistol
NAME: STILL US PIG 20070527I TAPE: EF07/0624 IN_TIME: 10:06:39:06 DURATION: 00:00:15:08 SOURCES: AP PHOTOS/MELYNNE STONE DATELINE: Delta - 3 May 2007 RESTRICTIONS: No Access Canada/Internet SHOTLIST 1. STILL of Alabama pig STORYLINE An 11-year-old boy in Alabama in the US used a pistol to kill a wild hog his father says weighed a staggering 1,051 pounds (476.73 kilogrammes) and measured 9 feet 4 (2.74 metres), from the tip of its snout to the base of its tail. If the claims are accurate, Jamison Stone's trophy boar would be bigger than Hogzilla, the famed wild hog that grew to seemingly mythical proportions after being killed in south Georgia in 2004. Hogzilla originally was thought to weigh 1-thousand pounds (453.6 kilogrammes) and measure 12 feet (3.6 metres) long. National Geographic experts who unearthed its remains believe the animal actually weighed about 800 pounds (362.8 kilogrammes) and was 8 feet (2.4 metres) long. Regardless of the comparison, Jamison is revelling in the attention over his pig. Jamison, who killed his first deer at age 5, was hunting with father Mike Stone and two guides in east Alabama on May 3. He said he shot the huge animal eight times with a .50-calibre revolver and chased it for three hours through hilly woods before finishing it off with a point-blank shot. Through it all, there was the fear that the animal would turn and charge them, as wild boars have a reputation for doing. His father said that, just to be extra safe, he and the guides had high-powered rifles aimed and ready to fire in case the beast, with 5-inch (12.7-centimetre) tusks, decided to charge. Trees had to be cut down and a backhoe brought in to bring Jamison's prize out of the woods. It was hauled on a truck to the Clay County Farmers Exchange, where the hog was weighed and the scale balanced one notch past the 1,050-pound (476.73 kilogrammes) mark. The hog's head is being mounted by a taxidermist and the rest of the animal is being made into sausages. Jamison, meanwhile, has been offered a small part in "The Legend of Hogzilla," a small-time horror film based on the tale of the Georgia boar. The movie is holding casting calls with plans to begin filming in Georgia.
Poland Climate - Conference opening, comments, Greenpeace protest
NAME: POL CLIMATE 20081201I TAPE: EF08/1209 IN_TIME: 10:44:44:08 DURATION: 00:02:31:12 SOURCES: POOL/GREENPEACE DATELINE: Poznan - 1 Dec 2008 RESTRICTIONS: Check shotlist for details SHOTLIST: GREENPEACE - No re-use/re-sale without clearance 1. Various exteriors of Poznan Climate Change Conference venue 2. Mid of Greenpeace demonstration outside venue 3. Sign reading: (English) "Poznan, Good climate for talks" 4. Various of Greenpeace delegates unveiling climate change sculpture 5. Mid of banner reading: (English) "Climate changes - let's make a climate for changes!" 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Maciej Muskat, Greenpeace Poland Director: "In Copenhagen we need a treaty which will help us to reduce the emissions from the year 2015 and Poland, especially Poland should stop undermining the EU negotiations on the climate package." 7. Greenpeace delegates holding banner reading: (English) "Join us in saving our future" POOL 8. Wide interior of conference 9. Cutaway of audience 10. SOUNDBITE: (Polish) Donald Tusk, Polish Prime Minister: "Currently we are all concerned with global financial crisis but we should keep in mind that financial crises come and go while care for environment should be a constant value we all care for." 11. Various cutaways of conference 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Yvo de Boer, executive secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change: "In 2007 the world received a very strong warning on climate change from the inter-governmental panel on climate change confirming that human made climate change will play havoc with life as we know it if action is not stepped up." 13. Cutaway of audience applauding 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Rajendra Pachauri, Chairman of IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change): "Unfortunately global greenhouse gas emissions have grown rapidly of course since pre-industrial times but with a very rapid increase of 70 percent between 1970 and 2004. This flies against the very spirit and intent of the framework convention on climate change." 15. Wide of conference STORYLINE: The global financial crisis will pass but global warming will be permanent unless nations can unite to contain emissions of climate-changing gases, political leaders and top scientists warned on Monday at a UN conference. Speaking to 10,000 delegates and environmental advocates, the UN's climate chief, Yvo de Boer, said time was running out to meet the deadline on a new climate treaty. Delegates from about 190 countries opened a two-week conference aimed at nailing down the details of a climate change treaty to replace the 1997 Kyoto Protocol, which required 37 countries to slash carbon emissions by an average 5 percent from 1990 levels by 2012. Rajendra Pachauri, chairman of a Nobel Peace Prize-winning panel of UN climate scientists, reminded the conference of the consequences of failure. That included the possible extinction of nearly one-third of the earth's species, a threatened meltdown of the Greenland or western Antarctic ice sheets that could raise sea levels by several yards (metres), and a growing lack of water for (m) millions of people within a few decades. To avert those disasters, he said, emissions of carbon and other greenhouse gases that trap heat must level off by 2015 and then drop sharply. Pachauri said greenhouse gas emissions had risen rapidly between 1970 and 2004, a trend, which he said "flies against the very spirit and intent of the framework convention on climate change". Developed and western countries have been haggling for the last year on new carbon emissions limits for industrial countries, on channelling financial and technical aid to poorer countries and on setting up the rules and institutions to govern a new international climate regime. The credit crisis that struck financial markets full force this year has further complicated the process. Poland, which is taking over chairmanship of the climate negotiations for the next year, was also trying to safeguard its coal-dependent economy as the European Union decides how it will meet its goal of cutting emissions by at least 20 percent by 2020. The EU was holding a critical meeting next week to discuss what obligations each of its 27 members will face. Tusk told the conference that Poland, which relies on coal for 93 percent of its power generation, is doing all it can to rein in its carbon emissions but cannot switch to other energy sources quickly. Outside the conference venue, a group of Greenpeace activists unveiled a sculpture to draw attention to threat of climate change on the earth. Greenpeace Poland Director, Maciej Muskat, called on Poland to stop "undermining" EU negotiations on climate change.