When the Eyjafjallajokull volcano erupted in Iceland in April 2010, more than 100-thousand flights were grounded, Now, after 3,000 earthquakes in five days another Icelandic volcano - Bardarbunga - is showing signs of erupting.
Islamic State video shows conversion of Yazidis to Islam
Islamic State, a militant group that witnesses and officials say has executed hundreds of members of Iraq's Yazidis, has released a video that seeks to show it enlightened hundreds of members of the religious minority by converting them to Islam. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
A woman has spent the last 17-years amassing the world’s largest collection of Pokemon. Lisa Courtney has been collecting Pokemon since she was nine-years-old and now has over 16000 items. The 26-year-old from Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire has hundreds of trading cards, thousands of cuddly toys, models, t-shirts, badges, toys, flannels and posters. Lisa’s collection has grown so big her mother Sharon moved from the largest to the smallest bedroom in the house - to make way for the mammoth hoard of merchandise.
Videographer / Director: John Robertson, Producer: Amanda Stringfellow, Editor: Jack Stevens.
A crocodile keeper had a lucky escape when he was attacked by one of his huge reptiles. Peter Watson, 73, runs Crocodile Creek in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa - home to 9000 of the dangerous beasts. The experienced keeper was using a stick to move a female croc away from her eggs when she suddenly attacked him. The protective female grabbed Peter’s leg with her jaws and shook him violently by the foot. Luckily, the shocked camera crew who were filming the keeper’s interaction with the wild animal, scared off the angry crocodile. Peter lost a toenail in the encounter and needed stitches in the injured foot – but was back at work with his toothy companions the next day.
Footage: Earth Touch, Producer: Amanda Stringfellow, Editor: Jack Stevens.
20-year-old student Sinead Burke filmed her ride on the Buttertubs Pass, part of Stage One of the Tour de France, to see how tough it's going to be for the likes of Chris Froome and Mark Cavendish.