Here is a heartfelt, decent and educational documentary about the most important issue of our time: Climate Change. And in Tamworth, it’s physically divided by a train track. A 360-degree look | Explore the puzzling crime scene in Tamworth with Allan Clarke. That was their story, you know what I mean. The album marks a remarkable shift in Dylan’s artistic orientation in relation to his albums of the sixties ( until John Wesley Harding). Colin Murray hosts four more music fans who choose some of their favourite tracks. ANONYMOUS. Follow National Geographic photographer James Balog across the Arctic as he deploys time-lapse cameras designed for one purpose: to capture a multi-year record of the world's changing glaciers. Always smiling and enjoying himself all the time. (There are some decent arguments for why the antioxidants in the ingredients make this the best hair of the dog out there, but sadly received scientific wisdom would argue that nothing’s better than water to overcome the night before’s shenanigans.). And so they never got to see any of that justice. I said, 'and a pink cigarette lighter?' Where the film succeeds the most is by focusing on the ground-level victims of climate change, such as the polar bears of the Arctic for instance. ( Log Out /  And at that time there was no safety barrier. Jeremy Vine, Steve Davis, Ana Matronic and Simon Day play Blood on the Tracks, Vanessa Feltz, Scott Mills, Josh Widdicombe, Poet, Stuart Murdoch, Alex Edelman, Steve Bunce, and Ana Matronic, Scroobius Pip, Clare Bowen, Mark Steel, and James Haskell, Scott Mills, Annie Mac, John Niven, and Paul Sinha, Rou Reynolds, Ben Earle, Levi Roots and Elis James, Rose McGowan, Maverick Sabre, Brix Smith, Iain Stirling, PP Arnold, Bob Harris, Jamal Edwards, Mike Bubbins, Nicola Roberts, Nigel Owens, Doc Brown, Ian Broudie, Neil Hannon, Cassadee Pope, Chris Washington, Michael Dapaah, Nadia Rose, Tony Blackburn, Gideon Coe and Kojo Anim, Mo Gilligan, Skunk Anansie, Pat Nevin, Jake Wood, Michaela Coel, Benjamin Zephaniah, Bez from Happy Mondays, Mike Bubbins, Linford Christie, Fleur East, Gizzi Erskine and Hugh Cornwell, Lindsay Ell, Alan Johnson, Kate Richardson-Walsh and Russell Kane, Laura Whitmore, Stella Creasy, Chelcee Grimes and Nish Kumar, Justin Hawkins, Pat Cash, Ali Siddiq and Edith Bowman, Justin Hawkins, Jake Wood, Arielle Free, Melody Kane, Jack Savoretti, Will Gompertz, AJ Odudu, Ed Gamble, Elis James, Martin Fry, DJ Monki, Beef Johnston, Blood on the Tracks Live in Hammersmith Part 2, Blood on the Tracks Live in Hammersmith Part 1, Al Murray, Karen Clifton, Laura Whitmore, Levi Roots. One of their main concerns was in the beginning that Mark’s death wasn’t treated as suspicious, but they have always claimed it was murder. In fact, reports say there was just a spot the size of a 50c coin and that’s strange because Mark had a massive head injury and he also had a really big gash on his thigh and that was noted by Glenn Bryant. Four more self-confessed music nerds play Blood on the Tracks. LEAH CRAIGIE, COUSIN: They were wanting to get out there and find some answers. ALLAN CLARKE: And then I met up with Duck and I guess the story starts there. Like I thought someone was hurting him like. Wildlife activists in take on poachers in an effort to end illegal ivory trade in Africa. I had to go to the morgue myself and have a look at him myself. Thus he would turn in his grave at the Blood On The Snow – named after a track from Snow Globe – which not only includes the offending inclusion but also horseradish sauce. DAVID SHOEBRIDGE, GREENS NSW, ABORIGINAL JUSTICE SPOKESPERSON: The explanation from the police about this young man’s death never held water. He highlights that if we can all see our presence in the world on a much larger scale than what is in front of us, we might be able to change our way of life before it is too late. A team of brave individuals risk their lives to protect the last mountain gorillas. ALLAN CLARKE: In the beginningMark’s family have absolute faith that the police will do their job and in fact when they go out to the train tracks they don’t want to taint potential evidence, so they keep going and they look around. That was what I’ve heard, and so therefore, he was put, kept quiet. She was older and her partner, Raymond, was going to give Mark an ID so he could get into clubs, because he was only 17. Forgot account? Indeed, he travels the globe examining our fossil-fuel addiction. ALLAN CLARKE: Mark gets buried at the end of January and the uncles are absolutely desperate for answers. Duck had been waiting for so long for someone to listen to his questions regarding the death. There was no blood at the scene, so I would assume that he sustained the injury after his heart had stopped pumping. Contact Blood on the Tracks: The Life and Times of S. Brian Willson on Messenger. We’re both Gomeroi people. Colin Murray gathers together four music obsessives to debate and argue their favourite tracks. Rou Reynolds, Ben Earle, Levi Roots and Elis James tell us about tracks they love. Blood on the Tracks (GM on French docs channel) Not to be missed—some terrific G.M. ALLAN CLARKE: For the past five years I’ve been on my own looking at Mark’s case and it all started when I was sent to Tamworth as a news reporter to cover an appeal to the public. Community See All. No way, Mark wouldn’t have a pink cigarette lighter'. DON 'DUCK' CRAIGIE, UNCLE: Yeah, he had this here, he had this here, ahh way of talking. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. Not Now. I’m with Petiot and MacElhone on this one though – you can keep your celery salt. INTRODUCTION: Hello I’m Suzie Smith from the ABC’s True Crime project. ( Log Out /  I mean he would not walk out there and lay down on railway tracks. Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? She said, 'Yeah, he probably would have had a comb'. And I’m related to Duck’s wife. Colin Murray and guests go through their record collections and pick out favourite tracks. ( Log Out /  He said, I won’t give up, I’ll never give up as long as I live. GLENN BRYANT, FORMER STATIONMASTER, TAMWORTH: I started work at West Tamworth station at 11 o’clock and my shift went through until 7 o’clock in the morning. DON 'DUCK' CRAIGIE, UNCLE: This vehicle was not secured, the boot was never opened, the police never opened it, we prised it open and took the tire and the mat out that looked like they had blood stains on them. This documentary seems important to me as a shift in public opinion has to be achieved to change the political classes opinion.