Susan Oliver: Star Trek's First Love Interest, The Green Girl

A feature-length documentary about Susan Oliver, known primarily today as Star Trek’s first iconic Green Orion Slave Girl (from the original 1964 Star Trek pilot, reused in the 2-part 1966 episode The Menagerie).

She was a highly- prolific actress of the ’50’s/’60’s/’70’s/’80’s, a record-setting female aviator, an original member of the AFI Directing Workshop for Women, and one of the only women directing major TV shows in the 1980’s.

Tragically taken by cancer in 1990, she’s been inexplicably forgotten by the industry to which she gave so much of herself. This documentary chronicles the remarkable achievements of her all-too-short life.

From The Green Girl


John Oliver: Translators Save American Lives

Translators who have aided the U.S. Military in Afghanistan and Iraq are in great danger in their home countries, but red tape is making it impossible for many of them to leave. John Oliver interviews Mohammad, one translator who made it out.

For more info on efforts to assist U.S.-affiliated refugees in Iraq and Afghanistan see http://thelistproject.org , and http://refugeerights.org .

From Last Week Tonight with John Oliver


John Oliver: Real Animals, Fake Paws Raw Footage

We have provided this footage for you to do your own Supreme Court reenactments. Please feel free to use it, post your videos, and tag them #RealAnimalsFakePaws so we can find them.

You can get official audio from the Supreme Court here:
http://www.supremecourt.gov/oral_arguments/argument_audio.aspx

From Last Week Tonight with John Oliver


Steve Carell's Impressive Grape Catching Skills

In Steve Carell's new film "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day", Steve catches lots shrimp in his mouth. Jonathan then challenges Steve to try can catch as many grapes as he can in his mouth.

From The Jonathan Ross Show


High Security Prisons: Norway vs USA

Excerpt from the documentary series.
James Conway, retired Superintendent of Attica Correctional Facility in New York, visits four Nordic prisons and facilities. What methods are used in the correctional facilities of the Nordic countries? How do they differ compared to the US? Host: Joakim Rundt.

From the Finnish Broadcasting Company