1. Da, Let's Ride

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    Recording artist / Director Da

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    • Noah and the Uncle Charles Visit pt. #2

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      Uncle Charles and Aunt Clara came to visit the day after Christmas. Uncle Charles and Noah went out to the porch and played with Noah's new airplane Jeremy.

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      • Noah and the Uncle Charles Visit pt. #1

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        Uncle Charles and Aunt Clara came to visit the day after Christmas. Uncle Charles and Noah went out to the porch and played with Noah's new airplane Jeremy.

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        • Visit Southport (1m)

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          Southport is a great town with both Victorian Tradition and Modern Facilities for everyone.

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          • Visit Southport (20s)

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            Southport is a great town with both Victorian Tradition and Modern Facilities for everyone.

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            • [E] Montirius, #6 - a biodynamic wine grower, the story

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              http://www.bkwine.com/wine_tours/wine_tours.htm --- Interview with Christine Saurel of Domaine Montirius vineyards. Domaine Montirius is located in the southern Rhone valley, in Gigondas and in Vacqueyras. The winery is owned and run by Christine and Eric Saurel, a young couple who have moved the vineyards to biodynamic culture. It is 58 hectares of vineyard in appellation controllee Gigondas, Vacqueyras and Cotes du Rhone, and some Vin de Pays. Eric and Christine have a fascinating story to tell - moving from traditional farming to organic to biodynamic; choosing to leave a long time relationship with the cooperative and start out as an independent winegrower. . . Christine tells the story of how Montirius came to work with first organic farming and then the biodynamic principles (based on Rudolf Steiner's theories). She explains some of the things it means: how you do it what kind of treatments you do, what difference it makes etc. PART 6: HERBAL PREPARATIONS Some preparations are infusions made with various herbs and plants. Nettles, camomile and others that are mixed with boiling water to make an infusion (in a "dynamiser" / "dynamiseur"). Each plant and preparation has a specific purpose and a different effect, so it is important to know what to use, how to use it and when to use it. For example: Nettles with a small quantity of copper are used against mildew. Preparation "500" can help the plants to grow quickly when they are young to make them more resistant to disease. "Prele", the French name, or field horsetail in English (equisetum arvense) can be used for weak parcels, with root problems, to make them more vigorous. http://www.montirius.com/ By BKWine, http://www.bkwine.com See all our wine videos on our BKWine TV channel http://www.youtube.com/bkwine

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              • [E] Domaine Boucabeille interview

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                Interview with Jean Boucabeille, the owner and winemaker at Domaine Boucabeille in Roussillon. It is a family property in the Roussillon in the south of France. In this video it is the new generation winemaker in the family who talks. The vineyard comprises some 20 hectares and makes primarily red wine of the appellation Cotes du Roussillon Villages and some sweet Rivesaltes. The winery and vineyard was created from scratch on barren land in the 70s on old fashioned terraces. They grow mainly Grenache noir, carignan, mourvedre and syrah, and a bit macabeu and Grenache blanc. The soil is mainly schist (slate). Language is English [E] Entretien avec le vigneron M. Boucabeille, propriétaire du Domaine Boucabeille. Une propriété dans le vignoble roussillonnais, une région viticole dans le sud de la France connu pour ses vin rouge très savoureux. http://www.boucabeille.com By BKWine, http://www.bkwine.com Se all our wine videos on our channel: http://www.youtube.com/bkwine

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                • [E] Montirius, #5 - a biodynamic wine grower, the story

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                  http://www.bkwine.com/wine_tours/wine_tours.htm --- Interview with Christine Saurel of Domaine Montirius vineyards. Domaine Montirius is located in the southern Rhone valley, in Gigondas and in Vacqueyras. The winery is owned and run by Christine and Eric Saurel, a young couple who have moved the vineyards to biodynamic culture. It is 58 hectares of vineyard in appellation controllee Gigondas, Vacqueyras and Cotes du Rhone, and some Vin de Pays. Eric and Christine have a fascinating story to tell - moving from traditional farming to organic to biodynamic; choosing to leave a long time relationship with the cooperative and start out as an independent winegrower. . . Christine tells the story of how Montirius came to work with first organic farming and then the biodynamic principles (based on Rudolf Steiner's theories). She explains some of the things it means: how you do it what kind of treatments you do, what difference it makes etc. PART 5: MARIA THUN AND THE LIFE OF THE RADISH, AND THE CALENDARS Christine explains one more preparation they use, created by Maria Thun. She also explains that things should be done according to certain biodynamic calendars: there are fruit days, root days, flower days and leaf days; planet phases etc. Also, the phase of the moon has an influence on winemaking, e.g. you should bottle when the moon is down. Harvest is best done in fruit days, but that is not always possible since there are only five fruit days in September... http://www.montirius.com/ By BKWine, http://www.bkwine.com See all our wine videos on our BKWine TV channel http://www.youtube.com/bkwine

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                  • [E] Montirius, #4 - a biodynamic wine grower, the story

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                    http://www.bkwine.com/wine_tours/wine_tours.htm --- Interview with Christine Saurel of Domaine Montirius vineyards. Domaine Montirius is located in the southern Rhone valley, in Gigondas and in Vacqueyras. The winery is owned and run by Christine and Eric Saurel, a young couple who have moved the vineyards to biodynamic culture. It is 58 hectares of vineyard in appellation controllee Gigondas, Vacqueyras and Cotes du Rhone, and some Vin de Pays. Eric and Christine have a fascinating story to tell - moving from traditional farming to organic to biodynamic; choosing to leave a long time relationship with the cooperative and start out as an independent winegrower. . . Christine tells the story of how Montirius came to work with first organic farming and then the biodynamic principles (based on Rudolf Steiner's theories). She explains some of the things it means: how you do it what kind of treatments you do, what difference it makes etc. PART 4: WHAT ARE THE BASES FOR BIODYNAMIC CULTURE AND FARMING? What's the difference between organic and biodynamic farming? What are the preparations that are used? - Several different. For example: 500 with cow dung that transforms into a sort of humus 501 based on quarts powder The preparations are used in minute quantities by mixing with water and spraying in the vineyards. http://www.montirius.com/ By BKWine, http://www.bkwine.com See all our wine videos on our BKWine TV channel http://www.youtube.com/bkwine

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                    • What's On In London - Episode 3 part 1

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                      This episode features the Heathrow Express to Paddington, then off to Hyde Park, Baker Street and Marylebone Road. We then head from Regents Park down Regent Street to Oxford Street into Soho. Carnaby Street is highlighted before a quick visit to the West End and finally Piccadilly.

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