Introducing the photography collection

The V&A Photography Collection is a huge collection of photographs from the very beginnings of photography right to the present day which began back in the 1850s when the museum was founded. The way that we define photography here incorporates all kinds of styles from fashion to photojournalism, to advertising, to experimental photography. The Royal Read more…

David Icke: Conspiracy of the Lizard Illuminati (Part 1/2)

NARRATOR: For as long as I can remember, I’ve had an interest in what some people condescendingly term conspiracy theory. You see, I was born November 22, the anniversary of John F Kennedy’s assassination. And every year on my birthday there’s been televised specials on practically every channel talking about magic bullets, grassy knolls, other Read more…

The Past and Future of Photography | Leif Norman | TEDxManitoba

Translator: Tanya Cushman Reviewer: Peter van de Ven My name is Leif Norman, and I make all of my money with this finger and this eye. What do I do? Oh, I thought someone was going to say proctologist. (Laughter) Yes, I’m a photographer. Here I am on an adventure in Iceland – I shoot Read more…

The transformative power of classical music | Benjamin Zander

Probably a lot of you know the story of the two salesmen who went down to Africa in the 1900s. They were sent down to find if there was any opportunity for selling shoes, and they wrote telegrams back to Manchester. And one of them wrote, “Situation hopeless. Stop. They don’t wear shoes.” And the Read more…

Impossible photography | Erik Johansson

I’m here to share my photography. Or is it photography? Because, of course, this is a photograph that you can’t take with your camera. Yet, my interest in photography started as I got my first digital camera at the age of 15. It mixed with my earlier passion for drawing, but it was a bit Read more…

What Woodstock taught us about protest in a time of polarization

AMNA NAWAZ: This week marks 50 years since a dairy farm in New York state became the home for Woodstock and groundbreaking music history. To many, the festival is still seen as a defining symbol of 1960s counterculture, idealism and the anti-war movement. But did it have a lasting impact? Jeffrey Brown is back now Read more…

Looks aren’t everything. Believe me, I’m a model. | Cameron Russell

Translator: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Morton Bast Hi. My name is Cameron Russell, and for the last little while, I’ve been a model. Actually, for 10 years. And I feel like there’s an uncomfortable tension in the room right now because I should not have worn this dress. (Laughter) So luckily, I brought an outfit change. Read more…

The Cannibal Generals of Liberia

SHANE SMITH: In this episode, we go to Liberia and hang out with cannibal warlords. MALE SPEAKER 1: I lift it up on the temple. I’m gonna eat it. [GUNFIRE] MALE SPEAKER 1: It’s a Liberian general’s heart. SHANE SMITH: I was afraid probably the whole time I was in Liberia. There’s always this underlying Read more…