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Seven Worlds One Planet...
South America
Seven Worlds One Planet Seven Worlds One Planet
Episode 3 - "South America"
South America - the most species-rich continent on earth. From the bone-dry deserts of the Atacama, where penguins weave their way through a minefield of snapping sea lions, to the lush cloud forests of the Andes, where Andean bears scale 30-metre trees in search of elusive fruits, South America is full of the unusual and ingenious. In the far south of the continent, predators prowl the jagged Patagonian landscape. Underneath vertical spires of rock, a mother puma must draw on all her experience and strength to bring down a formidable prey. Guanaco, a relative of the camel, are three times her weight and able to fling a puma in the air. East of the Andes lies the worlds largest rainforest - the Amazon. To stand out from the crowd here, male blue manakins have developed elaborate and comical dance routines. Poison dart frogs have unique ways to protect their young. Fathers carry their tadpoles piggy-back style to individual pockets of water throughout the forest, but must remember where they hid each one. Precious clay-licks attract rainbow-coloured flocks of macaws and butterflies, all desperate to lap up the precious salts. In southern Brazil, freshwater springs bubble up crystal clear. Piraputanga fish cruise through the turquoise waters following capuchin monkeys feeding overhead. Fruit dropped by the primates makes an easy meal for the fish until giant anacondas send the monkeys scrambling for safety. The hungry fish resort to leaping athletically from the water, snatching fruit directly from the branches. The rainforests of South America are under threat. A few small patches of Colombian forest are the last remaining refuge of one of the worlds rarest monkeys. Cotton-top tamarins flit through the treetops hunting down insects, a wild shock of white hair on the top of their heads. Great dusky swifts fly dangerously close to the spectacular Iguazu falls - then mysteriously disappear. They nest behind the mighty wall of water, safe from predators, but this leaves the chicks in a precarious position. To survive their maiden flight they must somehow punch through the worlds most powerful waterfalls.
Added on November 11, 2019
The Young Offenders
Episode 2
The Young Offenders The Young Offenders
Episode 2 - "Episode 2"
Conor and Jocks friendships with Principal Walshs daughters Linda and Siobhan intensify, causing awkward tension between the lads, the Principal, and the girls themselves.As they spend more time with Siobhan and Linda, both lads are becoming increasingly aware of complicated feelings that are more noticeable with each meeting. Conor is anxious to try progress things with Linda, so puts his trust in Jocks strategy to get things moving, which involves a more direct approach than Conor expected. Maybe a touch of jealousy is whats needed to kick things off? This method leads to a comical encounter between Conor and Linda on the local park bench with several onlookers.Siobhan meanwhile is getting more than a little frustrated with Jocks antics hes not the kind of lad who wants to be tied down, so his freewheeling approach to girls isnt going to be compromised.After the recent showdown between the lads, Mairead and the team of Principal Walsh, and Sergeant Healy, Healy is feeling a touch of guilt and takes it upon himself to try make amends for what happened, with uncomfortable approaches leaving Mairead and Conor confused.Deciding to take a leap of faith with Linda, Conor and Jock crash a Walsh family barbecue. Principal Walshs wife Orla is intent on her husband giving the lads a chance - they cant be all that bad, can they? Despite everyones best intentions, things get out of hand fairly quickly, with a show-stopping spectacle getting hilariously more and more heated, leaving everyone to consider what a mistake it is to rush to make judgements about others.
Added on November 1, 2019