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Fri Mar 21 17:07:53 2014 UTClccn-no20080526790.00Splendeurs impériales0.341.00Nicholas de Rothschild presents The glory of the garden /21948895no20080526797727354lccn-n85076828Eyre, Ronaldhstlccn-n89116311Ambrose Video Publishinglccn-n50049886British Broadcasting CorporationTelevision Serviceviaf-286424467Montagnon, Peterprodrtnp-scorer, mischaScorer, Mischadrtnp-stedall, jonathanStedall, Jonathandrtlccn-n79061212Time-Life Televisionlccn-n79041716Catholic Churchlccn-n80093394Biserica Ortodoxă Românănp-lewis, brianLewis, BriandrtFeuerstein, MalcolmHistoryChurch historyReligionsToraja (Indonesian people)--ReligionReligious thoughtSpiritual lifeBuddhismJapanSouth AfricaZionist churches (Africa)Biserica Ortodoxă RomânăTaoismHinduismIslamProtestantismEgyptSri LankaConfucianismTaiwanJudaismCatholic ChurchIndonesia--CelebesReligionTopkapı Palace (Istanbul, Turkey)PalacesSchloss Neuschwanstein (Germany)Alhambra (Granada, Spain)Forbidden City (Beijing, China)Russia (Federation)--MoscowSpain--GranadaGermanyT︠S︡arit︠s︡yno (Moscow, Russia)China--BeijingTurkey--IstanbulZen BuddhismZulu (African people)--ReligionChurch of the NazaritesChristianityIndonesiaAnimismChristianity and antisemitismLetniĭ dvoret︠s︡ Petra IGardensEnglandToraja (Indonesian people)Rothschild, Lionel Nathan de,--Baron,Ancestor worshipJudaism--Relations--ChristianityToraja (Indonesian people)--Rites and ceremoniesHolocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)Antisemitism--Psychological aspectsChristianity and other religions--Judaism1977198019821983198719891990199620012002200320042009201120138641522200BL80.3ocn047964129ocn759472009ocn864458553ocn863647940ocn827544751ocn6904026155693ocn047964129visu20010.32The long searchHistoryDescribes the basic beliefs and practices of major world religions991ocn049978633visu20010.27Eyre, RonaldThe long searchChurch historyForms part of a series on world religions in which theater director Ronald Eyre travels around the globe asking people basic questions about their religious beliefs and practices. Vol. 8 visits the Torajas of Indonesia to investigate the experience of primal worship. Explores the reasons for the remarkable survival of the Torajas' religion at a time when other primal, animist religions are dying out as a result of contact with the outside world. Shows many of the Torajas' ceremonies, including animal sacrifice and the feasting and gaiety of the funeral season. Vol. 9 visits Japan to investigate the Japanese experience of Buddhist worship. Contrasts the Mahayana Buddhism of Japan with that of Sri Lanka. Examines the rituals and customs of some of Japan's contemporary faiths, primarily Zen but also the Sōka Gakkai and Pure Land (Amida Buddha) sects and the native Shinto tradition. Looks at various aspects of Zen Buddhism and its influence on Japanese culture, including meditation, calligraphy, sword fighting, archery, and the tea ceremony. Vol. 10 visits the Zulu Independent Churches of South Africa to explore the Black African response to Christianity. Traces the history of religious beliefs in Africa from the arrival of the first Christian missionaries to the current rediscovery of the African religious identity. Studies two major groups, the Zionists and the Nazarites, a group founded by Isaiah Shembe. Shows a women's Zionist service, held at a home in the townships, where healing and support are integral parts of the service, and an open-air service of the Nazarites at which the themes of dreams, healing, and power are discussed835ocn019018107visu19770.50The Way of the ancestorsVisits the Torajas of Indonesia to investigate the experience of primal worship. Explores the reasons for the remarkable survival of the Torajas' religion at a time when other primal religions are dying out as a result of contact with the outside world642ocn023059088visu19900.56Shadow on the crossHistoryDocumentary on Jewish-Christian relations, as seen by Christians, across a 2000 year period. Christian religious figures and scholars of various denominations discuss Christian anti-semitism, the ambivalent role of the Church during the Nazi period, and the tentative reconciliation in the post-Holocaust era. Program challenges the Church to acknowledge responsibility for 2000 years of anti-semitic preaching and teaching311ocn053387969visu20020.13Imperial splendorsJourney to an age when absolute power and wealth combined to create a glittering world if imperial splendor61ocn829710602com20110.27The long search"There are almost 200 million people scattered across the world who belong to tribal religions that are local, exclusive and frequently animist - i.e., they believe that inanimate objects and natural phenomena possess a soul. Though no single group can be chosen as typical, this episode is devoted to primal religion-that of the Torajas who live in a mountain fortress on an Indonesian island."--Distributor's website31ocn759472009visu20010.19Indonesia the way of the ancestors ; Land of the disappearing Buddha ; African religions : Zulu ZionChurch historyForms part of a series on world religions in which theater director Ronald Eyre travels around the globe asking people basic questions about their religious beliefs and practices. Vol. 8 visits the Torajas of Indonesia to investigate the experience of primal worship. Explores the reasons for the remarkable survival of the Torajas' religion at a time when other primal, animist religions are dying out as a result of contact with the outside world. Shows many of the Torajas' ceremonies, including animal sacrifice and the feasting and gaiety of the funeral season. Vol. 9 visits Japan to investigate the Japanese experience of Buddhist worship. Contrasts the Mahayana Buddhism of Japan with that of Sri Lanka. Examines the rituals and customs of some of Japan's contemporary faiths, primarily Zen but also the Sōka Gakkai and Pure Land (Amida Buddha) sects and the native Shinto tradition. Looks at various aspects of Zen Buddhism and its influence on Japanese culture, including meditation, calligraphy, sword fighting, archery, and the tea ceremony. Vol. 10 visits the Zulu Independent Churches of South Africa to explore the Black African response to Christianity. Traces the history of religious beliefs in Africa from the arrival of the first Christian missionaries to the current rediscovery of the African religious identity. Studies two major groups, the Zionists and the Nazarites, a group founded by Isaiah Shembe. Shows a women's Zionist service, held at a home in the townships, where healing and support are integral parts of the service, and an open-air service of the Nazarites at which the themes of dreams, healing, and power are discussed21ocn212183655visu20040.47The glory of the garden the story of Exbury GardensDescribes the Exbury Gardens in England which were developed by Lionel de Rothschild. Gives the history of the Gardens while showing many of the 250 acres of rhododendrons and azaleas. It took 150 men 10 years to transform the 250 acres into one of the finest woodland gardens in the world today21ocn074894424visu19831.00Nicholas de Rothschild presents The glory of the gardenStory of Lionel Nathan de Rothschild's creation of a 50-acre garden specializing in rhododendrons11ocn864458553visu19770.47Religion in Indonesia way of the ancestorsRonald visits the Torajas of Indonesia to investigate the experience of primal worship. He considers the reasons for the remarkable survival of the Torajas' religion at a time when other primal, animist religions are dying out as a result of contact with the outside world. The episode shows many of the Torajas' ceremonies, including animal sacrifice and the feasting and gaiety of the funeral season11ocn229488018visu19870.07Religion in Indonesia the way of the ancestorsVisits the Torajas of Indonesia to investigate the experience of primal worship. Explores the reasons for the remarkable survival of the Torajas' religion at a time when other primal religions are dying out as a result of contact with the outside world11ocn690402615visu1996Splendeurs impériales11ocn226203461visu19820.20The Glory of the gardenVisits Exbury Gardens, one of the world's most spectacular arrays of plant life, created by Lionel Nathan de Rothschild of the banking family. For his famous garden, de Rothschild bred more than 1,200 new hybrids of rhododendron and built a private railway to transport stone11ocn715461561visu1977The long search01ocn541070077visu1989Feuerstein, MalcolmShadow on the crossFri Mar 21 15:14:44 EDT 2014batch13649