1. Water Lives...


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    Released on 19th March 2012 Water lives… Look beneath the surface: our rivers and lakes support an amazing diversity of life, from tiny diatoms all the way up to us humans These beautiful, complex webs of freshwater life often go unseen, and their importance un-noticed However, this remarkable diversity of freshwater life is vital in supporting our everyday lives Are we capable of creating policies to manage water not only as a resource for humanity, but also as a medium for life? BioFresh is a European Union project which is putting together the scattered pieces of information about life in our rivers and lakes, to better understand, manage and protect our freshwaters for generations to come. http://www.freshwaterbiodiversity.eu http://www.biofreshblog.com biofresh@ouce.ox.ac.uk "Water Lives..." is a science communication animation designed to draw attention to the important (yet largely invisible) life that underpins and sustains our freshwater ecosystems. Produced by Paul Jepson and Rob St.John at the Oxford University School of Geography and the Environment for BioFresh - a European Union project on freshwater biodiversity - the animation brings artists and scientists together to collaborate and communicate the concept that freshwater is more than an inert resource: instead a living, dynamic system inhabited by beautiful, important organisms largely unseen by the naked eye. "Water Lives..." invites viewers to view our rivers and lakes in new ways, value the services they provide and discuss how they should be managed. The curious and otherworldly physical form of freshwater organisms such as diatoms provides abundant artistic inspiration. "Water Lives..." is a six minute piece animated by Scottish artist Adam Proctor. It is sound-tracked by a specially composed piece of music by Tommy Perman from Scottish, BAFTA award winning arts collective FOUND which samples a series of haiku about freshwater ecosystems written by environmental poet John Barlow. The content of both the animation and haiku was influenced by close consultation with BioFresh freshwater scientists Rick Battarbee from University College London and Ana Filipa Filipe from the University of Barcelona, alongside Alistair Seddon from the University of Oxford Zoology department. More information and artist statements: http://www.geog.ox.ac.uk/research/biodiversity/governance/water-lives/index.html Adam Proctor – animation - http://www.fortsunlight.co.uk John Barlow – haiku - http://www.wingbeats.co.uk Tommy Perman – soundtrack - http://www.found.surfacepressure.net -- Science advisors Rick Battarbee – University College London Ana Filipa Filipe – University of Barcelona Alistair Seddon – University of Oxford -- Producer- Rob St. John Project Leader – Paul Jepson Produced for BioFresh by School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford

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    • Dr Zakir Naik - Oxford Union Debate on Islam - 21st century (age of science) - Full Video


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      Dr. Zakir Abdul Kareem Naik (President & Founder Islamic Research Foundation IRF) was invited by Oxford Union for Historic Debate. The Oxford Union since 1823 is famous for promoting debate & discussion on topics of concerned, not just in Oxford University but across the Globe. Dr. Zakir Naik joined the ranks of host of Internationally famous Speakers including the current British Prime Minister David Cameron, Former British Prime Ministers Tony Blair, Margaret Thatcher, Former United States [US] Presidents Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter, Scientist Albert Einstein, Famous Personalities Like Dalai Lama, Winston Churchil, Prince Charles, Mother Teresa & Film Stars Including Clint Eastwood, Stephen Fry & Pop Star Michael Jackson, who have addressed the Oxford Union. Watch the recorded version of Live uncut Speech and Q&A session of Dr Zakir Naik at the The World Reknowned Oxford University United Kingdom (UK) on the topic "Islam & 21st century". The event took place successfully and was aired live on Peace TV on 11th Feb 2011. This event was conducted via satellite link to Oxford Union. This video is a complete version having duration of 1 hr and 33 minutes. http://navedz.com

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      • Feverkin - Of The Wrist


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        Music by Feverkin - Of The Wrist soundcloud.com/feverkin/of-the-wrist Director - Alvin Yu Producer - George Cox Editor - Francis Murray Brown Cinematography - Jacob Sacks-Jones Choreography - Emily Romain Costume - Rosie Thomas Dancers - Imogen Truphet, Bronwynn Tarr With thanks - Oxford Broadcasting Association, LMH JCR

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        • Who says Science has Nothing to Say about Morality (2011) Sam Harris & Richard Dawkins


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          A discussion between Sam Harris and Richard Dawkins taped at The Sheldonian Theatre University of Oxford on April 12th, 2011.

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          • Thinking Deeply R C Sproul


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            • University of Oxford: Graduate Programme in Creative Writing


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              Commercial spot for the University of Oxford's graduate programme in creative writing. Voice over performed by Jon Stallworthy reciting W.B. Yeats' "The Second Coming." Produced by Gorilla Poet Productions Director: Aaron Rench Shooter/Editor: Edd Flynn Narrator: Jon Stallworthy

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              • Battling Unbelief part 1 Pastor John Piper Samuel Zwemer Theological Seminary


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                copyright DesiringGod Ministries Samuel Zwemer Theological Seminary http://sites.advanceministry.com/samuelzwemertheologicalseminary

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                • As You Like It: Dream Sequence


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                  A film by Lauren Orme. Additional animation, cleanup and colouring: Gemma Ursell. Additional colouring: Christopher Day. Music composed by Christopher Day and James Wood. Music performed by Zorbdbmeister. Created for St Hilda's College Oxford Drama Society's production of As You Like It, directed by Cat Smith, March 2011. © Lauren Orme, March 2011.

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                  • Christian Thompson: Heat (2010) SAMPLE


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                    In his most recent series of videos and stills, Heat, Thompson has again adopted the role of director over that of the actor to capture the affective experience of the desert climate in the Queensland outback. "I love the mysticism and the seductive cruelty of the desert, my home, and how it can be so illusive and alluring and potentially life threatening", Christian Thompson, SMH, September 2010. This latest video work launches itself from a transit point between visual art and performance, creating a liminal space between the present/absent and bringing into question notions of fiction/non-fiction. The environment at large is alluded to, and posits itself within the peripheral zone, whilst the individual being affected by and travelling through these surroundings dominates the point of convergence. However, the environment is a simulation, and the individual has been employed as an actress and so although the artists' connection with the land is an inherent truth, what we are presented with is a fictitious incarnation. Thompson's artistic practice successfully navigates and suggests the complexities of the post-colonial situation in Australia today. Thompson constantly plays on the boundary of binaries associated with these issues – black/white, exotic/mainstream, art/anthropology, primitive/futuristic - and never ceases to surprise with his multivalent images. The oppositions are played with and reversed and other alternative spaces are suggested. It is these alternative spaces, those that exist just outside of our central consciousness, that are universal to "the human condition" and are highlighted so poignantly through Thompson's work. - Kat Sapera 2010

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                    • Timothy Keller Interview (Part 2)


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                      Krish Kandiah talks to Timothy Keller about his talks at the Oxford University mission in 2012.

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