Performance artist covers herself in 12,000 honey bees
BEE dancer Sara Mapelli gyrates gracefully while covered in THOUSANDS of honey-bees. The artist began dancing with bees in 2001 as an art performance sporting a "bee-blouse" made of 12,000 bees. The 44-year-old has been stung multiple times while dancing, but thinks of it as a type of healing. Using a special pheromone oil that is equivalent to the scent of 100 queen bees, Sara lures the insects onto her bare skin for about two hours at a time.
Credit: Producer: Liam Miller, Editor: Ian Phillips.
U.S. President Barack Obama arrives in South Korea
U.S. President Barack Obama arrives in South Korea as part of a tour of Asia with the North Korea issue high on the agenda, as the country grieves over the ferry disaster. Rough Cut (No Reporter Narration).
Olympic Gold Medalist Jessica Ennis Gives Her Support to ParalympicGB
British Airways has teamed up with Olympic athletes Jessica Ennis, Louis Smith, Greg Rutherford and Zoe Smith who all give their messages of support to the ParalympicGB squad, coinciding with the kick off of the London 2012 Paralympic Games.
British Airways created the video with the theme 'we are alongside you…' inspired by the definition of Paralympics games which many people are unaware of. Its origin is from the Greek prefix 'Para' which translates as 'beside' or 'alongside', as the Paralympic Games run in parallel to the Olympic Games.