Ethereal Magic is a concept and compilation by one of the UK’s most highly regarded and longest serving DJ and member of the UK soul music community, Tony Monson. Tony started DJ-ing on ZBM Radio in Bermuda from 1963-1967; then briefly was with offshore pirate Britain Radio 355 in 1967. In 1971-76, co-owner of Sound Unlimited in Brighton, which had the best selection of soul 7″ in the South outside London; then had his own shop at Worlds End, London, called Disc Empire from 1978-1981. From1981-1989; then more recently, from late 1998 onwards – he has exclusively involved with Solar Radio – first on analogue, and later on Sky and the net. Along the way he created a trademark feature of his radio show, ‘Ethereal Magic’, a time to take it easy, relax and indulge in some of the most breataking mellow moments, this first CD collection offering moments both exclusive and for the first time on CD alongside tracks by classic artists.
In 1959, Britain's biggest cinema company, the Rank Organisation, decided to replace its newsreels with a series of short, quirky, topical documentaries that examined all aspects of life in Britain. For the next ten years, Look at Life chronicled - on high-grade 35mm colour film - the changing face of British society, industry and culture. Britain on Film draws upon the 500 films in this unique archive to offer illuminating and often surprising insights into what became a pivotal decade. This episode examines Britain's ambiguous relationships with animals. Look at Life's coverage - which ranges from the fur trade, fox hunting and animal-based entertainments in circuses to our passion for pets - shows just how far attitudes to other species have shifted since the 1960s.
Rincevent, sorcier peu doué, vient d'être expulsé de l'Université Invisible. A contre-cœur, il accepte de servir de guide à un étranger pour un voyage à travers l'immense territoire de Discworld. Ce qu'ils ignorent, c'est que leur périple leur fait courir un grand danger. Trymon, chef de la guilde des sorciers, est à la recherche d'un mystérieux sortilège disparu et vient de lancer ses hommes à leur poursuite…
In this superb DVD we see the results of his earlier ambition in a compilation of Nat's evergreen songs taken from rare television clips, providing 72 minutes of sheer listening and viewing pleasure.