ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: KOSOVO CHARITY
TAPE_NUMBER: EN9924/a IN_TIME: 11:14:59 LENGTH: 01:47 SOURCES: PA RESTRICTIONS: Music/Performance rights must be cleared FEED: VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) SCRIPT: xfa LONDON, 16TH JUNE '99 FIENNES FAMILY HOST KOSOVO CHARITY DINNER Movie stars Ralph and Joseph Fiennes were tonight joined by a host of celebrities at a glittering charity event to raise money for the children of Kosovo. The two brothers were among hundreds who turned out at London's Banqueting House for the Act Now Kosovo charity dinner and star studded concert, to raise money for UNICEF. After dinner the audience was treated to a musical extravaganza including performances by Midge Ure, Nigel Kennedy and Des'ree. Also appearing on stage were UNICEF ambassador, Roger Moore, giving his own personal account of his recent visit to Kosovo as well as Ralph and Joseph Fiennes who were speaking about the crisis. The fundraising evening, attended by other such famous faces of the fashion world as Naomi Campbell, Sophie Anderton and Marie Helvin, also included an auction offering an array of items such as a watercolour footprint of ballerina Darcey Bussell, a weekend for six people aboard a luxury yacht in the Aegean and various paintings. Ralph and Joseph Fiennes linked up with their songwriter brother Magnus and his Macedonian wife Maya to form the committee which organised tonight's extravaganza. Magnus and Maya performed together with Roger Moore's son Geoffrey in a band called Odessa which also included Nigel Kennedy. During the evening a special video by Midge Ure for his song "Dear God" dedicated to the children of Kosovo was shown for the first time. Mingling amongst the guests before the concert was Roger Moore accompanied by his wife and daughter. Of his visit to Macedonia, he said: "One lasting impression I have was when a young refugee, which I thought was a boy, turned out to be a girl. Her father had shaved her head because he was petrified she would be raped." The charity has launched a #41 million (pound) appeal which will help finance everything from essential health care and education to raising awareness of the dangers of land mines and providing people with help on their return journeys to their villages. UNICEF is already working in Bosnia, Macedonia, Albania and Montenegro, providing urgently needed supplies, medical care, trauma counselling and vital help in re-uniting families separated by the confusion of war. SHOTLIST: SHOWS: ARRIVAL ROGER MOORE; MS JOSEPH FIENNES; WS CHAMPAGNE BEING POURED; CU CHAMPAGNE; PULL BACK FROM PICTURE; SOT ROGER MOORE; SOT MAYA FIENNES; SOT RALPH FIENNES; PERFORMANCE NIGEL KENNEDY; C/A RALPH FIENNES; CU KENNEDY; PAN FROM WOMAN TO KENNEDY?
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Mrinalni Sarabhai and seven members of her troupe of Indian dancers -- the Darpana Dance Company-- perform a classical Kathakali piece, "Krishna and the Milkmaid" and a long extensive "Song of Creation" which was choreographed by Sarabhai. Sarabhai, now no longer dancing, was once in the front rank of Indian dancers with troupes. 1973. Mrinalni Sarabhai and seven members of her troupe of Indian dancers -- Darpana Dance Company-- perform a classical Kathakali piece, "Krishna and the Milkmaid" then a long extensive "Song of Creation" which was choreographed by Sarabhai. Sarabhai, now no longer dancing, was once in the front rank of Indian dancers with troupes. 03:25 TITLES: DANCE: The troupe performs a Kathakali South Indian dance about Lord Krishna. Bowers's V/O interprets every gesture of the sign language. The god dallies with his milkmaids. 03:00 INTRO: Bowers on camera explains Kathakali as a theater of miracles. "Dance so that I may hear you," paraphrasing Socrates' "Speak so that I may see you." Sanskrit and gesture, symbols and actions are discussed. India's future is like a deck of cards endlessly shuffling the past. VISUALS: Stella Snead's photos from Rummer Godden's book "Shiva's Pigeons" are shown. 03:00 INTERVIEW: Bowers and Sarabhai talk about the difficulty of Indian dance. "Mood or atmosphere, philosophy, not religion but a way of life… Americans are in danger when they copy Indian… the vogue for Asia is unsubstantiated by study… must grow up with Indian culture. Sarabhai explains that she turned to choreography because of a need to express, not herself, but the eternal theme of the Vedas (the struggle of man, and contemporary problems of peace, understanding, friendship, and the struggle with oneself). 19:55 DANCE: Sarabhai's The Song of Creation is performed by Sarabhai and the troupe. It co-stars Chatunni Panicker, considered India's leading contemporary male dancer. Hymn, birth emerges like sea, Supreme Being is a man, Sarabhai stars as "Divine Inspiration," bond of union with man through "intellect," being and non-being, existence and non-existence. Pulling chain of Karma dragging world into birth. Circle of Maya or illusion. Life force of woman gives man life. Woman draws him from web of illusion. Confusion of thought. "How arose the universe?" Dances like "gods in heaven or stars in the firmament. The Gods are later than the world's creation." Mrinalni Sarabhai and seven members of the Darpana Dance Company. Faubion Bowers, expert on Indian dance and Asian arts.
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Blood moon above Mayan pyramid
Animated time-lapse sequence of a blood moon setting behind the ancient Mayan pyramid, Kukulkan, at Chichen Itza, Yucatan. The night sky is punctuated by bright streaks from shooting stars and the lights of passing jets. Blood moons occur during total lunar eclipses like the one that was visible from the Yucatan and most of North America on November 8, 2022. The copper-red color of a blood moon occurs when direct sunlight is totally blocked by the Earth, and the only light reaching the moon is that which is refracted and filtered by the Earth's atmosphere in such a way that red wavelengths become more visible than blue. The optical phenomenon behind blood moons is referred to as Rayleigh scattering which is also responsible for the red sunrises and sunsets we see on Earth. To the Maya, eclipses, both lunar and solar, could be portents of doom and were sometimes associated with bloodletting and human sacrifice
Blood moon above Mayan observatory
Animated time-lapse sequence of a blood moon setting behind the ancient Mayan observatory at Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico. The night sky is punctuated by bright steaks from shooting stars and the lights of passing jets. Blood moons occur during total lunar eclipses like the one that was visible from the Yucatan and most of North America on November 8, 2022. The copper-red color of a blood moon occurs when direct sunlight is totally blocked by the Earth, and the only light reaching the moon is that which is refracted and filtered by the Earth's atmosphere in such a way that red wavelengths become more visible than blue. The optical phenomenon behind blood moons is referred to as Rayleigh scattering which is also responsible for the red sunrises and sunsets we see on Earth. While the Maya were accomplished astronomers for their time, they mixed science and mythology, attributing blood moons to a cosmic jaguar swallowing the moon. To the Maya, eclipses, both lunar and solar, could be portents of doom and were sometimes associated with bloodletting and human sacrifice.
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Maya Angelou and Down in the Delta
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PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA HONORS 2015 WNBA CHAMPIONS MINNESOTA LYNX
Monday, June 27, 2016 President Obama's remarks to the WNBA Champion Minnesota Lynx DC Slug: 1640 WH WNBA STIX FS37 79 AR: 16X9 THE PRESIDENT: Hello! (Applause.) Everybody, have a seat. Everybody, have a seat. Oliver is upset -- (laughter) -- that Mom is up here and he's not. Now, if you want to bring Oliver up here, that's fine. Coach, what do you think? Come on. Yes, come on. There you go. Look, he's got his little suit on and everything. (Laughter.) Look at him -- got the bowtie. COACH REEVE: Say hi to Mr. President. THE PRESIDENT: Hi. High five? (Applause.) There you go. All right, now that we've got that settled. (Laughter.) 16:43:06 Good afternoon, everybody. Give it up for the 2015 WNBA champion the Minnesota Lynx! (Applause.) So this is this team's third visit to the White House in the past five years. So I guess I should ask: "Whose house?" (Laughter.) COACH REEVE: Our house! THE PRESIDENT: Our house! We have some Lynx fans in the house, including your outstanding Senator, Amy Klobuchar. (Applause.) WNBA President Lisa Borders is here. (Applause.) Welcome back to Coach Cheryl Reeve -- third title with the Lynx. (Applause.) You get a sense she's feeling greedy, though. She wants more. (Laughter.) When the Lynx won it all, with banners going up, champagne popping, she looked around and said, "This never gets old." This never gets old. And you can see by the way they're playing this year that it has not gotten old for any of the players either. 16:44:26 I want to take a moment to recognize somebody who I know would have loved to have been in this moment -- Flip Saunders -- who was a huge part of Minnesota basketball at all levels and a supporter of this team. Obviously he experienced a tragic illness. And so on behalf of all basketball fans, this day, too, is "For Flip." And we want to give him a big round of applause. (Applause.) So I think it's fair to say this team is a powerhouse. (Laughter.) You got Maya Moore, Lindsay Whalen, Seimone Augustus -- recently named among the top 20 players in WNBA history. (Applause.) Seems like you all should have more than three -- (laughter) - 16:45:27 when you got that much talent. Oh, oh, I got you. (Laughter.) All right, you just wanted this moment in the sun. (Laughter.) Now, this isn't to say t's always easy. Last year, these women faced down midseason roster shake-ups and multiple injuries -- (baby cries) -- I know, it was frustrating -- (laughter) -- and a championship game that started a little bleak. Lindsay sprained her ankle. Maya was trying to find her rhythm. But in the second half, the Lynx started to gain some steam. Seimone finished with 16 points. Sylvia Fowles had 20. They pulled away and won the championship by 17 points. It was their first championship at home, in front of their loyal Minnesota fans. And as Maya put it, "It wasn't a perfect year, a perfect series, or a perfect game.but we are the champions." And that's what matters. (Applause.) 16:46:25 They did manage to have a pretty close to perfect victory party, though. After the game, the Lynx drove out to Paisley Park for a private concert by one of their biggest fans -- Prince -- which was pretty cool, and reminds us of how much we miss him. In fact, the last time I saw him he was on this stage at a really good party. (Laughter.) These women are not just all-star basketball players, they're also leaders in the Minneapolis community. They host an annual Breast Health Awareness game in partnership with the Mayo Clinic. They made holiday cards for children of military members, teamed up with the Twin Cities Boys and Girls Club to help prepare meals for kids who would otherwise go hungry. And the team signed honorary contracts with young boys and girls who are facing big challenges, but dream of playing basketball. For a day, those young people were Lynx teammates -- and that, as much as any trophy, is what makes these women champions. So on the 20th anniversary of the WNBA, this is a good moment to celebrate all that these players and the many others who came before have accomplished. Twenty years ago, Maya, Seimone, and Lindsay were playing H-O-R-S-E in their driveway. And suddenly, they saw players like Lisa Leslie and Sheryl Swoopes and Sue Bird to look up to as role models. And there's no discounting how important that is. Today, these women, and women across the WNBA, are setting their own outstanding example for girls who are growing up today. And they're aware of the responsibilities that come with that. As Maya says, "We're not super rich like the guys.but 16:48:12 money's not everything when you're talking about dynasties and legacies, and inspiring young women and men, and opening people's minds." Although, money is useful, too. (Laughter.) And I am for equal pay for equal work. (Applause.) With that, I know Lindsay would like to say a few more words. 16:48:41 Let's give a big White House congratulations once again to the Minnesota Lynx, 2015 WMBA Champions. (Applause.) END 4:50 P.M. EDT
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CLINTON INAUG/RX29
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Mexico Equinox 2 - Thousands visit ancient sites for Spring equinox
NAME: MEX EQUINOX 2 20080321I TAPE: EF08/0310 IN_TIME: 10:35:20:20 DURATION: 00:02:43:22 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Teotihuacan, Chichen Itza - 21 March 2008 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST Teotihuacan 1. Wide of sun dawning over Sun Pyramid 2. People climbing pyramid steps 3. People descending pyramid steps 4. Wide of sun just rising over Sun Pyramid 5. Man and boy sitting on pyramid steps 6. Mid of people dressed in white on pyramid platform 7. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Albino Ruiz, pilgrim: "There's a lot of people who say we won't find anything here, but if we climb the pyramid, there's the cardinal point of the stars and the moon. That's why the energy comes down to us, and we can receive it until noon today." 8. Pan from Ruiz to woman standing next to him with pyramid in background 9. People standing on platform on the pyramid 10. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Virginia Zamora, pilgrim: "Well yes, because it's when we ask our Father to illuminate us with his sun, for all humanity, for those who suffer, for those who are sick, which many times are the result of negative things that are caused by bad thinking transmitted by other people." 11. Wide of pyramid in silhouette against sun 12. Zoom out of Panda-head-shaped hot air balloon floating behind pyramids 13. People walking, with Pyramid of the Moon in background 14. Various of pilgrims dressed in white Chichen Itza 15. Tourists sitting next to pyramid 16. Mid of head of Kulkulcan with tourists walking in foreground 17. Various of people settled near Chichen Itza, waiting to see the equinox phenomenon 18. People wearing typical Maya costumes 19. Close-up of Maya woman dressed in typical Maya costume called 'Huipil' with flowers in her hair 20. Mid of head of Kukulcan 21. Man painted in blue blowing on conch 22. Woman dressed like tree performing dance 23. Man painted in blue playing pre-hispanic instruments STORYLINE Thousands of pilgrims dressed in white climbed the towering Pyramid of the Sun in Mexico on Friday to celebrate the spring equinox in an annual ceremony which dates back to pre-hispanic times. The pyramids are located in Teotihuacan, a sprawling pre-Hispanic ghost town 30 miles (50 kilometres) north of Mexico City. People from across the country make an annual pilgrimage to the ruins to celebrate the first day of spring, climbing the tallest structure, the Pyramid of the Sun, and throwing their arms skyward. Others stream to the Moon Pyramid, which is not as high but is older. The pilgrims believe the pyramids hold a special energy on the equinox that can be transmitted to people, especially those who dress in white. Pilgrim Virginia Zamora stressed that it is also a time when people can absorb the energy for the good of others, as well. "It's when we ask our Father to illuminate us with His sun, for all humanity, for those who suffer, for those who are sick, which many times are negative things that are caused by bad thinking transmitted by other people," she said. Teotihuacan emerged about two centuries before the birth of Christ and was home to as many as 200-thousand people at its peak. The pyramids once formed part of a city the size of ancient Athens or Rome which served as the primary centre of learning in the Americas for over a millennium. But the city began declining sharply around 650, and was almost completely abandoned by 750 for unknown reasons. The equinox also is an important event at Chichen Itza, the Mayan ruins on the Yucatan Peninsula. There, thousands turned out to watch a serpent-shaped shadow slither down the Temple of Kulkulkan (The Feathered Serpent God) at daybreak The ruins are best known for the Temple of Kulkulkan, considered a Toltec-Maya architectural masterpiece. Maya experts who have studied its structure believe it was connected with the worshiping of the sun. During autumn and spring, the sunlight causes seven triangles to form a serpent-shaped shadow down the structure's main stairway which then meets a stone snake-head carved at the bottom. The square-based, stepped pyramid is approximately 75 feet tall. Researchers believe it was built for astronomical purposes.
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Entertainment: Glamour Awards - The 13th annual Glamour Women of the Year Awards
TAPE: EF02/0921 IN_TIME: 07:05:57 / 21:32:23 DURATION: 3:37 SOURCES: VNR RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: 28th October 2002, New York SHOTLIST 1. Alanis Morissette poses with Glamour editor (on her left) and others 2. Angela Bassett arrives 3. Arrival Sarah Michelle Gellar 4. SOT Sarah Michelle Gellar (English): "It's amazing, women's magazines have changed the face of women's issues in general. It was one of the first places that women could turn to and understand that it was okay to be powerful and to be empowered and all those things." 5. SOT Alanis Morisette (English): "I think any form of encouragement or any pats on the back that women can receive for any efforts that they are making on any level is a positive thing." 6. Arrival Bebe Neuwirth 8. SOT Katie Couric, former NBC anchor (English): "This is my favourite event of the year, I just feel so empowered." 9. Pan across Hillary Clinton posing with 9/11 survivor Lauren Manning 10. SOT Hillary Clinton (English): "I am very honoured, I have gotten to know Lauren and her husband Greg in the months since September 11th last year and I can't think of a more fitting person to be given this award because she's beautiful on the inside and the outside." 11. SOT Sigourney Weaver (English): " I think that it is a very empowering thing to see all these inspiring productive women around, I think we need it and I love being a part of it." 12. SOT Cindi Leive, Editor-in-Chief, Glamour (English): "This is the night when women get to turn to one another, these high powered women in all walks of life and say you know what, nice job, well done." 13. SOT Hillary Clinton (English): "Please welcome Glamour woman of the year, my friend, Lauren Manning." 14. Upsound announcement (English): "Glamour woman of the year, Alanis Morissette." 15. SOT Announcement (English): "Glamor woman of the year Sarah Michelle Gellar 16. SOT Announcement (English):"Please welcome Glamour's Wow woman of the year Katie Couric" 17. SOT Announcement (English): "Ladies and Gentlemen Glamour woman of the year Miss Sharon Watkins." 18. SOT Bebe Neuwirth (English): "Please welcome Glamour woman of the year for life time achievement Sigourney Weaver." 19. SOT Announcement - "Ladies and Gentlemen please welcome Glamour women of the year Amy Poehler, Rachel Dratch, Ana Gasteyer, Maya Rudolph, and Tina Fey." GLAMOUR HONOURS BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER SIGOURNEY WEAVER, SARAH MICHELLE GELLAR and ALANIS MORISSETTE where all honoured last night at the gltizy Glamour Women of the Year Awards in New York. The stars were among extraordinary and inspirational women from a variety of fields including entertainment, sports, business, and music celebrated by Glamour magazine. Senator HILLARY CLINTON presented the to 9/11 survivor Lauren Manning for being a "pillar of strength and hope" for post 9/11 America. Enron whistleblower Sherron Wakins was also honoured for exposing corporate greed. Singer Alanis Morissette won a gong for "putting the hopes, fears, and anger of a generation into song" while 'Buffy The Vampire Slayer" star Sarah Michelle Gellar was honoured for 'slaying TV audiences and finding big screen success in 2002. 'Aliens' star Sigourney Weaver picked up a Lifetime Achievement Award for "decades of portraying women with strength, dignity and courage and for demonstrating those same qualities off-screen." RACHEL DRATCH, TINA FEY, ANA GASTEYER, AMY POEHLER and MAYA RUDOLPH picked up an award for making television history in the 2001/2002 television season as the largest ever female cast in Saturday Night Live's 28-year history. Past Women of the Year have included Sharon Stone, Sheryl Crow, Julianne Moore and Debra Messing. The December 2002 issue of Glamour magazine hits newsstands November 12th.
BILL CLINTON INAUGURATION SPEECH
11:11:35 BILLY GRAHAM LEADS PRAYER. MS OF GRAHAM'S FACE 11:36:19 MS OF AL GORE AND BILL CLINTON HEADS BOWED IN PRAYER TO SINGLE SHOT OF CLINTON'S FACE 11:37:05 TWO SHOT OF GRAHAM AND BUSH DURING PRAYER 11:38:10 CHOIR BEINGS TO SING. MS SIDE SHOT OF CHOIR 11:38:55 TS OF FLAY TO SLOW OF CAPITOL WITH FLAG DRAPPED IN FRONT 11:40:50 WS OF CAPITOL WITH GLAFS TO SLOW PUCH 11:42:00 MS OF CROWD IN FRONT OF CAPITOL WITH FLAGS 11:42:38 GOOD BEAUTY OF CAPITOL DOMT TO SLOW BUSH / APPLAUSE 11:43:21 SUPREME COURT JUSTICE BYRON WHITE READS OATH OF OFFICE TO VICE PRESIDENT AL GORE 11:43:46 SIDE TS OF GORE'S FACE 11:45:25 BILL CLINTON HUGS AL GORE. CLINTON APPLAUSE 11:46:47 TS OF OPERA SINGER 11:48:55 CLINTON LISTENING BEHIND SECURITY SHIELD 11:51:25 CLINTON HUGGING OPERA SINGER 11:52:16 MS OF MILITARY BAND. GOOD WS AND SIDE SHOTS OF MILITARY MARINE BAND PLAYING 11:54:56 WS OF INAUGURAL PLATFORM WITH MARINE BAND PLAYING TO SIDE ANGLE SHOT OF HORNS 11:56:00 GOOD STATIC SHOT OF MARINE BAND. APPLAUSE. END OF MUSIC. 11:58:00 SIDE ANGLE TS OF CLINTON TAKING OATH. 11:59:00 CLINTON HUGS HILLARY AND CHELSEA 11:59:40 CLINTON WAVING. 12:00:53 CLINTON BEGINS SPEECH. HEAD-ON TS OF CLINTON. 12:01:54 CLINTON: "THOUGH WE MARCH TO THE MUSIC OF OUR TIME..." 12:02:11 "I SALUTE MY PREDECESSOR PRESIDENT BUSH..." 12:02:58 " TODAY THE GENERATION RAISED IN A COLD WAR..." 12:04:19 " PROFOUND AND POWERFUL FORCES ARE CHANGING OUR WORLD..." 12:06:00 " MY FELLOW AMERICANS, THIS IS OUR TIME, LET US EMBRACE IT..." 12:06:30 " THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH AMERICA..." 12:08:00 ..." OFFER OPPORTUNITY TO ALL, DEMAND RESPONSIBILITY FROM ALL..." 12:11:41 " OUR HOPES AND HEARTS ARE WITH EVERYONE ON ALL CONTINENTS..." 12:12:04 " YOU HAVE CHANGED THE FACE OF CONGRESS..." 12:12:12 " YOU HAVE CHANGED THE FACE OF SPRING ..." 12:12:14 " THE SCRIPTURE SAYS..." 12:14:40 " WE HAVE HEARD THE TRUMPETS ..." 12:14:51 " WITH THE GODS HELD WE MUST ANSWER THE CALL..." 12:16:00 2 SHOT OF CLINTON AND GORE. HEAD-ON OF CLINTON 12:17:14 CLINTON LISTENING TO POEM WITH HAND ON HIS CHEEK 12:17:36 TS OF POEM BEING READ BY MAYA ANGELOU 12:22:00 APPLAUSE. END OF POEM. MAYA ANGELO GREETS BUSH AND WALKS OFF STAGE. 12:23:42 BILLY GRAHAM PRAYS. BENEDICTION. TS OF GRAHAM'S FACE. 12:24:51 END OF PRAYER. 12:25:17 FRONT VIEW OF OPERA STAR SINGING STAR SPANGLED BANNER 12:27:26 CUTAWAYS OF BARBARA AND GEORGE BUSH MINGLING WITH PEOPLE. TS OF BUSH'S FACE. AUDIO OF CHOIR SINGING " GOD BLESS AMERICA." 12:28:00 DEPARTURES. CLINTONS WALK UP SETPS. 12:28:29 GOOD WS OF THE CAPITOL WITH FLAGS DRAPED.
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