Immer am Wochenende (Bleiben wir realistisch: soweit möglich.) gibt es hier einen Sammelpost mit allem, was es nicht zu einem eigenen Artikel gebracht hat. Das ist mal mehr, mal weniger. Mal gucken, wie’s klappt.

radioWissen Wilbur und Orville Wright – Zwei Brüder wollen hoch hinaus

Wilbur und Orville Wright waren nicht die ersten, die versuchten, den Traum vom Fliegen wahr zu machen. Um die Wende vom 19. zum 20. Jahrhundert herrschte ein regelrechter Wettbewerb. Die Brüder Wright gingen als Sieger hervor.


radioWissen Der Mount Everest – Ein Berg und seine Menschen

Der Everest: Ist es eine wahrhaft glorreiche Tat, sich auf den Gipfel zu schleppen? Was passiert in Anbetracht des Tourismus mit dem Berg und vor allem: Wie geht das Volk der Sherpas damit um?


radioWissen Die Wetterpropheten – Wie Meteorologen Sonne und Regen vorhersagen

Unwetter oder Sonnenschein? Wettervorhersagen sind in den letzten Jahrzehnten immer zuverlässiger geworden. Dank des „Chaos im Wetter“ werden sie allerdings immer ein Wagnis bleiben.


Podcast: Verbrechen / Göhrde-Morde: Die Frau, die sich in Luft auflöste

1989 verschwindet eine Frau. Ihr Bruder, Chef des Landeskriminalamts Hamburg, sucht fast drei Jahrzehnte nach ihr. Dann findet er sie – und enttarnt einen Serienmörder.


CHASING MONSTERS

They snap power lines, topple buildings, inundate roads and smash the work of humans with cool indifference. But to behold a monster storm up close is to taste the infinite. This short, intense film follows storm chaser and Canon photographer Nick Moir, cutting straight to the heart of what fuels his obsession.


Hopper, P.I. – Intro (VHS)

VHS recorded intro for Hopper, P.I. Video artistry by Eddie Spuhghetti

(via https://boingboing.net/2019/07/15/stranger-things-spin-off-hopp.html)


The Problem Solving of Filmmaking

A short video expanding on something I talk about on the Shazam commentary track […].


How to make Sushi


Simmering Soup for 45 Years

Some things get better with age. Including soup. That’s the thinking at Wattana Panich. This family-run restaurant in Bangkok has been serving soup with the same broth for 45 years. It’s a beef noodle soup called neua tuna. It simmers in a giant pot. Fresh meat like raw sliced beef, tripe and other organs is added daily. But any broth leftover is preserved at the end of each day and used in the next day’s soup. It’s an ancient cooking method that gives the soup a unique flavor and aroma.


The 1st

A first-time director has one day in which to capture thirty seconds of film. What can possibly go wrong? Everything if you believe your First Assistant Director to be cursed.


DESERTED

„A man is walking through a desert carrying a full water bottle. He is desperately fighting the temptation to drink the water. The question arises how the man got himself into this predicament. And what will happen if he does drink the water?“


Giant jellyfish spotted by divers – BBC News

Divers have swum with a huge barrel jellyfish off the coast of Cornwall. Lizzie Daly, a biologist with Wild Ocean Week, said the creature was as big as her body. It is the largest species of jellyfish which is found in British waters, with the average diameter being about 40cm (16 inches). Image by underwater cameraman Dan Abbott.

(via https://boingboing.net/2019/07/15/astonishing-encounter-with-a-h.html)


My Last Fare

A dark comedy about a pregnant woman that jumps into the taxi with a suicidal cab driver. To keep him from ending the ride short, she helps him write a suicide note to his friends, family, and the Cook County


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