Posted in Modern Ruth by modernruthproject Last night, Pat requested that we watch a documentary on the Amish. Okay, I thought, why not. So we ended up watching the above BBC documentary — Amish: A Secret Life — which is available on YouTube. The tale is of Miriam and David, an old order Amish couple and their four children the baby comes during the filming period. However, as the documentary continues, you learn they are actually more progressive than they let on at the beginning — even just their willingness for the BBC to film them is an act that would get them excommunicated from the church.

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The Crown Jewels, which form part of the Royal Collection, consist of items and contain 23, precious stones. These sacred objects form the most complete collection of royal regalia in the world. The Royal Collection Season, a major partnership between the BBC and Royal Collection Trust, reveals the fascinating history of the Royal Collection – one of the largest and most important art collections in the world – bringing both the masterpieces and some of the lesser-known works of art, and the stories behind them, to audiences across Britain.

Exploring the role and symbolic meaning of the Crown Jewels in the centuries-old coronation ceremony, The Coronation shows these objects of astonishing beauty in new high-resolution footage. It has only been worn by Her Majesty once, at the moment she was crowned. On 2 June , on one of the coldest June days of the century and after 16 months of planning, The Queen set out from Buckingham Palace to be crowned at Westminster Abbey, watched by millions of people throughout the world.

A ceremony dating back more than a thousand years was to mark the dawn of a new Elizabethan age. In the film, The Queen says: They are symbols of the relationship between the Sovereign and the people, and the duties and responsibilities of leadership. The film also features eyewitness accounts of those who participated in the Coronation, including a maid of honour who nearly fainted in the Abbey, and a 12 year-old choirboy who was left to sing solo when his overwhelmed colleagues lost their voices.

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Walter Parchomenko, a Fulbright Scholar and distinguished professor, has just published his independent and very critical study of the most reliable and best value dating-marriage agencies in Ukraine and Russia. Parchomenko found these agencies to meet the following essential criteria: Each agency also guarantees that the women they accept are real and carefully vetted by staff before their profiles are published online. Significantly, each of these agencies is the product of a successful marriage between a Western man and a Ukrainian or Russian bride.

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Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Police uncovered a letter in which demonstrated that sexual grooming was taking place in Manchester long before the Rochdale scandal emerged. A girl who died of a drugs overdose aged 15 penned the letter, which outlined how she had been the victim of abuse by a string of men, a new documentary claims. The investigation identified 17 potential victims including Victoria, who had lived in a care home in Rochdale , but the case was abandoned in I got the rest of my life ahead of me.

I have slept with people older than me. This was systematic child abuse Manchester Evening News Sara Rowbotham exposed the grooming scandal Read More Fury in Rochdale as Three Girls grooming gang member spotted back on the streets The documentary includes interviews with victims of the subsequent Rochdale grooming gang as well as Sara Rowbotham, a sexual health worker in Rochdale who had helped to gather two filing cabinets of evidence against abusers.

Since then, the local team have worked with over children. We hope the documentary highlights this and the multi-agency support that is now available for people. We will always look for ways to be one step ahead of these criminals. Our multi-agency team, Sunrise, along with other specialist teams in GMP, have helped to bring offenders of historic and more recent crimes to justice, resulting in more than years of jail sentences being handed down since We urge those with even the smallest piece of information or concern to share it with police or their local child sexual exploitation team.

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Since the announcement of the documentary, which will be fronted by author Sir Terry Pratchett, the debate has raged over assisted suicide and whether the BBC is right to show the death. Below Geoff Morris, a terminally ill multiple sclerosis sufferer, explains his uneasiness over the programme. As he candidly explains, Mr Smedley has decided he wants to die because he has motor neurone disease.

Yet, for all its unique explicitness, the film is hardly honest. Geoff Morris is unhappy at the documentary which shows the death of Peter Smedley In their eagerness to back the campaign to change the law, Sir Terry and the producers have presented this type of suicide as an enriching, even uplifting choice.

BBC News Africa – Fake or real, truth or lie, how can you tell the difference? Especially in an age where internet use is booming in Africa – up an incredible 20% in the last.

Learning my script for a piece about germs in the loo. Sometimes the glamour of working in television really is overwhelming. Do you know what killed the most people in the last years? A hundred years ago the Spanish flu killed up to million people and since then three other pandemics have swept through the globe. A pandemic happens when a flu virus jumps from animals into humans like bird flu or swine flu.

No one will have immunity to the new strain so it quickly spreads around the world. And when it comes it will be serious. So what can we do about it? We don’t get a trial run. How many antivirals do we need? Should the airports shut down? Our experiment looks at what would happen in a virtual national outbreak. Anyone who takes part simply needs to download our specially built smartphone app, which will track your approximate movement at regular intervals over a 24 hour period.

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A History From the printing press to mobile apps, humans have always found ways to use technology to find love. The Newspaper Ad Thank Gutenberg! The first known personal ads appear in a British agriculture journal.

The documentary xoxosms (POV ) follows a relationship formed over Facebook, while Catfish () highlights the problems of online courtship, with lies spiraling out into the real world.

Michael Buerk is a well known British newsreader, and in the past has caused ‘controversy’ with statements such as: The “shift in the balance of power between the sexes” has gone too far and that men are now little more than “sperm donors” Buerk has slammed his former employer in the past, and I am shocked such a notoriously P. C broadcaster allowed him to make this. It includes him saying things like: Historically, male physical strength, competitiveness and agression have made men dominant, physically and intellectually, for good or for evil.

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Gibbon ‘dating agency’ saves apes By Matt Walker Advertisement The new pair are given several days to get used to each other A gibbon dating agency is helping to reintroduce once captive apes into the forests of southeast Asia. Unusually among apes, a male and female gibbon will mate and remain faithful to one another for life, reaffirming their bond with complex mating songs. But across southeast Asia, gibbons are captured and illegally held as pets. Now one conservationist is returning these apes to the wild, by first rescuing them, and then using his match-making skills to pair them up.

The story of the gibbon-dating agency is told by the programme “Radio Gibbon”, broadcast as part of the BBC wildlife series “Natural World”.

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Love in the Countryside — What is it? Who is the presenter? Who is taking part? Get to grips with the latest TV dating show that sees rural romantics looking for love. By Katie Archer Last updated: Love in the Countryside sees eight would-be romantics searching for their Mr or Miss Right as they get a unique chance to make the dating world come to them, no matter how far out in the sticks they may live.

When is Love in the Countryside on TV? Who is presenting the series? Although she moved to London once she left home, Sara said:

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