1. Richard is the fascinating story of a travelling piano tuner who chooses to live outdoors. Shot in London, the film takes an alternative look at someone who treats the entire city as a home.

    Richard is part of the film series England Your England. For more films and information visit englandyourengland.tv, facebook.com/englandyourengland or twitter.com/yourengland

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  2. This video explains how Bitcoin works in 3 minutes. See more of our videos about cryptocurrencies here Cryptocurrency Videos

    Directed, Designed and Animated by Duncan Elms - duncanelms.com anotherplace.tv
    Written and Voiced by Marc Fennell - marcfennell.com
    Sound Design by Sebastian Oliwa - oliwa.tv

    Updated in September 2014. Original video here - youtube.com/watch?v=SEbCbp1vc9Y

    This is a self funded personal project, If you would like to make a Bitcoin donation for the video, please do so to 1P9wrpA2UQ2GEmMpt81Ch3Wt4poq5LhpiW. Or you can use the Vimeo tip jar.

    Bitcoin is constantly changing, therefore some of the stats may not be up to date. For more info please see en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitcoin.

    We encourage you to share this video under the condition you embed it from this source and use the credits from above.

    Software used: After Effects and Cinema 4D

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  3. The Aspiration Initiative (TAI) aims to increase opportunities and support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, helping to ensure they realise their potential and succeed at school, university and beyond.

    Launched in September 2011, TAI’s academic enrichment program works with 90 Year 8 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander state school students in NSW, Victoria and WA for 5½ years. The program provides cohorts of students with intensive and ongoing educational support through academic camps (3 a year), tutoring, mentoring, work experience opportunities and other academic resources (for example laptops, books, internet in the home), from the middle of Year 8 until the end of their first year out of high school (over 250 contact hours each year).

    As well as academic excellence, we focus on strengthening identity and resilience, and creating a group of students who will support each other through school and further education for the 5½ year duration of the program.

    The primary aim of the program is for all participants to successfully complete Year 12 and be eligible for university in 2016.

    This video was filmed when TAI NSW students were in Year 9.

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