A brilliant lecture from Douglas Adams.
A celebration of the greatest drug-fueled achievement in sports history.
Intense footage of Japanese pilots in their final doomed efforts to win World War 2.
…leads to the palace of homelessness. We’ve all had terrible house guests, but apparently Arthur Rimbaud was the worst:
He took to nude sunbathing just outside the house. He turned his room into a squalid den. He mutilated an heirloom crucifix. He was proud of the lice infesting his long mane and even pretended he was encouraging the vermin to jump on to passers-by.
Adam Smith’s 1992 miniseries on how the Soviets attempted to engineer the perfect society, instead building a centrally controlled Hell. (more at IMDB)
Also recommended is Adam’s The Power of Nightmares, one of my all-time favorite documentaries.
Living dangerously in Greece.
A rather awesome documentary covering the rich history of the Moors’ occupation in Europe.