London, England: Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey This most historic church in the English-speaking world is where kings and queens have been crowned and buried since 1066. While it was first built in the 11th century, much of what we see today is 14th century. When there’s a royal wedding, the world looks on as, amid all this splendor, thousands…

The Goodbye | LGBT Short Film (Black Magic URSA Mini 4.6K)

Celluloid Kingdom Apresenta Um filme de George Velez Junior Sabe quando as pessoas falam sobre seu futuro E fazem planos Como se soubessem do seu próprio destino? É eu sou completamente o oposto De algum jeito eu sempre soube que eu não ficaria nesse mundo por muito tempo Que meu tempo chegaria antes do meu…

58. Fossdyke Navigation to Lincoln on my Narrowboat

After a very quiet night’s sleep at the end mooring at Torksey, it was time to travel down the Fossdyke Navigation towards Lincoln. The canal is said to be one of the oldest in England and was built in 120 AD by the Romans. It connects the River Witham at Lincoln, to the River Trent…

What Was Life Like? Episode 5: Medieval | Meet a Medieval Monk

When sleep is sweetest we rise at the bidding of a bell. There is no moment for idleness or self-indulgence. Everywhere peace, Everywhere serenity, and a marvellous freedom from the tumult of the world. Hi I’m Emily, and I’m Sam, we’re here at Rievaulx Abbey. We’re here to discover what it was like to live…

Saint Patrick’s Life – Linguish Stories

St. Patrick was born in 386 in Britain. He lived a happy life but one day… Pirate: You, come with me. Saint-Patrick: No. Pirate: Come with me. Pirates captured him. Saint-Patrick: No! Pirate: Go with me. Pirate: GO WITH ME! Saint-Patrick: *screaming* He was taken to Ireland where he became a shepherd. Oh, what a…

Saint Patrick and the Serpents of Ireland

Hello friends, how are you? I’m Arith Härger. And today I’m going to talk about the snakes Saint Patrick drove out of Ireland Who exactly were these snakes and how they are connected to Druids? This is a video quite different from the usual subjects of this channel It was requested by one of my…

London, England: The City and St. Paul’s Cathedral

Big as it is, London’s easy to get around in. And, once you’re oriented, riding its double-decker buses can be both efficient and fun. For me, enjoying the view from the top deck is one of the great treats of this city. We’re entering the historic core of London, the one-square-mile district locals call, simply,…

Saint Cuthbert of Lindisfarne

By the year 600, Christianity had spread from Palestine to parts of northern Europe. The zeal for Christ was very much present in the people of the British Isles, despite their distance from the Holy Land. Many holy people dwelled in what is now modern day England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland. One such person was…