Friday 29th March Continuing censorship of TEDx talks of Graham Hancock and Rupert Sheldrake as yet unexplained by TED following their Science Board’s retraction of sweeping claims of “unscientific and factual errors” TED ignores calls for a free and fair debate from both Hancock and Sheldrake, as well as an appeal from London TEDx organisers… Continue reading TED banned talks controversy mushrooms
Following popular outcry in response to TED’s censorship of recent TEDx talks by controversial thinkers Graham Hancock and Rupert Sheldrake, TED is forced to retract its position and put the talks back online in a “reserved” area of their website. By then news of the gaffe had already spread, and hundreds of people independently uploaded… Continue reading TED’s Censorship Problem – Ideas Worth Suppressing?
The Isbourne Holistic Centre – a pioneering health and wellbeing charity aiming to create positive lives through education – is very excited to be hosting the legendary Dr Masaru Emoto from Japan for a talk at Cheltenham Town Hall on Tuesday 19th March (7-8.30pm), entitled “From the Era of Gold to the Era of Water“. … Continue reading “Water Crystal Legend” Dr Masaru Emoto shares his life’s work in a talk for the Isbourne Holistic Centre in Cheltenham, UK
Festival organisers grab land and launch the world’s first festival micronation The founders of the new Sunrise Another World festival – to take place 30th May till 2ndJune – recently claimed land for the festival outside the market town of Frome on the Wiltshire-Somerset borders, planting their flag in the tradition of true pioneers… Continue reading Festival organisers grab land and launch the world’s first festival micronation
Visions for Transition Three remarkable young women unite to stage TEDx Whitechapel – a one-day conference proffering powerful inspiration for creating a more beautiful and sustainable world Standing on a platform before a forest of trees, storyteller Ben MacFadyen tells the mythical story of Atlas – born of his mother Gaia, the Earth – to… Continue reading Visions for Transition: TEDx Whitechapel review
ITV West ran this wonderful NEWS REPORT about some Jamaican dance workshops which took place at St Barnabas Primary School in Bristol on Friday, staged by Afrika Eye film festival and WOMAD Foundation to celebrate 50 years of Jamaican independence. The workshops, presented by Jamaican dance legend, Ripton Lindsay, were part of Afrika Eye’s aim… Continue reading ITV West highlight Afrika Eye film festival’s celebration of Jamaica – dance workshops at St Barnabas Primary School, Bristol
Afrika Eye 2012 celebrates the power of healing in Africa Special ‘STATE OF MIND’ session launches today, Saturday 10th November, featuring two films from the Congo and a Therapy panel discussion In addition to celebrating 50 years of independence for Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Africa Eye film festival 2012 – which returns to Bristol’s… Continue reading Afrika Eye 2012 celebrates the power of healing
Afrika Eye Film Festival 2012 launches today with a vibrant melange of Africa and Jamaica! Screening of celebrated Senegalese film LA PIROGUE and after party showcasing best of contemporary and traditional Jamaican music and dance Afrika Eye Film Festival 2012 launches today, Friday 9th November, with a sensational blend of African film and Jamaican music… Continue reading Afrika Eye Film Festival 2012 launches today!
WOMAD Foundation unite with Afrika Eye to celebrate 50 years of Jamaican independence Jamaican music/dance workshops in Bristol schools – Thursday 8th & Friday 9th November Jamaican launch party on Friday 9th November (Watershed) Workshops in Jamaican dance, music and mask making on Saturday 10th November with Ripton Lindsay and artist David Cox (Watershed) followed… Continue reading Press release: WOMAD Foundation unite with Afrika Eye to celebrate 50 years of Jamaican independence
Afrika Eye film festival 2012 celebrates 50 years independence for Jamaica Special Jamaican Session on Saturday 10th November, features: · 16.40–17.50 LIFE AND DEBT screening presented by producer Paul Bucknor · 18.30-19.30 – Jamaican Creative Industries Seminar & Panel · 21.00–22.45: BETTER MUS’ COME screening, presented by producer Paul Bucknor A core focus… Continue reading Press Release: Afrika Eye film festival 2012 celebrates 50 years independence for Jamaica