The Kimberley Episode 15: Dampier Peninsula Part 2 ► All 4 Adventure TV

The Kimberley Episode 15: Dampier Peninsula Part 2 ► All 4 Adventure TV

We continue exploring the Dampier Peninsula. We head up to Cape Leveque. And we meet a local elder. Plus more fishing… >>Well done. …and spectacular scenery. That’s next time on All 4 Adventure.

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Tom Hiddleston on Kong: Skull Island

Tom Hiddleston on Kong: Skull Island

♪ [ SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE ]>>NOW THERE’S A MAN WORTH TALKING TO.>>Jimmy: THAT IS TOM HIDDLESTON IN “KONG: SKULL ISLAND.” WHY WOULDN’T YOU WANT EVERYONE TO WITNESS THAT? IF I HAD SHOT ANYTHING LIKE THAT, I’D WATCH IT ON A CONTINUOUS LOOP.>>PEOPLE COMING INTO THEIR HOUSE, WOULD YOU LIKE A CUP OF TEA, AND — >>Jimmy: AND YEAH, HEY, THERE’S

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Understanding Certification Trade Marks for Food – Sarah Saxton, Mornington Peninsula Shire

Understanding Certification Trade Marks for Food – Sarah Saxton, Mornington Peninsula Shire

I work in the Economic Development Unit of the Mornington Peninsula Shire, and we are responsible for growing the Mornington Peninsula region’s economy. Myself, specifically, I am responsible for facilitating the food and agricultural industries, and supporting businesses to grow and prosper in the region. The Mornington Peninsula Produce Certified Trade Mark is a provenance brand for food produced on

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This Concrete Dome Holds A Leaking Toxic Timebomb | Foreign Correspondent

This Concrete Dome Holds A Leaking Toxic Timebomb | Foreign Correspondent

KEN KASIK: “My whole vision in life was to live on this deserted tropical South Pacific island. Watch out what you tell the Lord!” [laughs] MARK WILLACY (REPORTER): America tried to bury its toxic legacy here on a remote coral atoll. MICHAEL GERRARD: They covered it over with an 18-inch-thick dome and left. – Now the sea is rising and

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A day on the Mornington Peninsula

A day on the Mornington Peninsula

Come with me as we head to the stunning Mornington Peninsula, just an hour’s drive from Melbourne Firstly, we meet one of the region’s top wine makers I’m pretty biased but to be so close to the coast to have great hills, there’s great food, there’s great wine, there’s great people Yeah it’s pretty special Next, we’re off to Foxeys

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Christmas Island’s Red Crab Invasion | That’s Amazing

Christmas Island’s Red Crab Invasion | That’s Amazing

(bright music) – [Narrator] During the annual crab migration, all of Christmas Island is seeing red. Christmas Island, located in the Pacific Ocean near Australia, is known for its warm tropical climate. Throughout most of the year, its endemic red crabs can be found on the rainforest floor. But each year in late October, the adult crabs begin a spectacular

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SAILING THE WHITSUNDAYS ISLANDS | Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia

SAILING THE WHITSUNDAYS ISLANDS | Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia

Boarding the Derwent Hunter, we went sailing along the Whitsunday Islands of the Great Barrier Reef located in Queensland, Australia. It’s a beautiful day here in the Whitsunday Islands. Today we are going to be doing a full day cruise and maybe a little bit of snorkeling. Join us for the adventure. We’re going to show you around this national

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MORNINGTON RIDE – A cycle around the Mornington Peninsula

MORNINGTON RIDE – A cycle around the Mornington Peninsula

Now in Australia you have to wear a helmet it’s just the law unfortunately It’s not always ideal if you’re just popping to the shops it does discourage people from using bikes as often as they should here in Australia but it’s a good thing if you’re on a long ride and bells are optional. So eventually we’re off setting

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Melbourne + Mornington Peninsula | Jade Seah Travels

Melbourne + Mornington Peninsula | Jade Seah Travels

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What if Antarctica MELTED?

What if Antarctica MELTED?

This is Antarctica. Today, it’s mostly known for ice, penguins, and not much else. Or, in another way, Antarctica is easily forgotten, with some people not even bothering to include it on their World maps. But in modern times, we’re beginning to hear more and more about Earth’s southernmost continent. Mostly through news reports on melting ice, rising sea levels,

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