You might think that David Attenborough and Pokémon Go was a marriage in heaven waiting to happen.
Who better than the beloved naturalist to narrate a popular game where people go hunting for exotic creatures in the wild?
Thanks to Lovin’ Dublin, the dream is now reality.
The mash-up features Attenborough describing Charmander as a “top predator” and giving a brilliant understatement on a Spearow – “It is, of course, a bird.” But the best one might be his comment on those irritating Zubat: “Bats, with their fluttering zigzag flight are not easy targets.”
How do you take a classic game like Jenga to the next level? You make it 8 times bigger. And then you set it on fire!
Imagine writing the risk assessment for that!
Jac Coleman’s son Henry got a Slip ’n’ Slide, but he’s not exactly got the instructions down yet. Doesn’t matter, he’s having a great time- as we are just watching him:
AsapSCIENCE gives us the rundown of the detrimental effects too much fizzy and sugary drinks can have on you. Whether this kind of information will make any difference is unclear, as people who drink too much fizzy drinks have been told that it’s bad for them all their lives.
There is a challenge as to how much longer should youth club tuck shops still stock fizzy drinks.
I remember those nightmare evenings when your little one doesn’t want to sleep – you try anything to help them go to sleep.
5-month old Sam had an ear infection and was struggling to fall asleep. So his father, David Motola, turned on his electric piano and began playing Johannes Brahm’s classic lullaby. It was very effective. Within a few seconds, Sam yawned broadly, then faded into sleep.
What makes this performance even more impressive is that Motola didn’t have any sheet music. He was playing by ear and arranging the piece on the go.
Aerial photographer Tim Whittaker compiled this footage of sheep in the Hawke’s Bay region of the North Island. The herd moves like an enormous, shape-shifting organism – it’s fascinating to watch the mass of the sheep squeeze through gates and settle into new forms.
Adele’s 25 has been breaking records ever since it was released in November, but what do children think about the British songstress?
Luckily the YouTube channel Fine Brothers have the answers. They gathered a group of children and played them “Hello” and 21 favourite “Rolling in the Deep.”
The seven minute video is full of amusing impressions and comments, with some saying she is perfect while others say they prefer hip hop. One just asks: “What does this all represent?”
As fashions change, so do cars. We’ve only had them around in mass quantities for about 100 years, so Mode did another in their 100 Years series featuring cars – expensive cars that is!
This is one of my favourite versions of Silent Night, incredibly musical and yet beautifully simple like the original piece of music:
1 Girl Nation have created an a cappella Christmas mash up. One of the benefits of a great mash up is it makes you listen and focus harder on the music and lyrics:
Miriam Swaffield wrote these spoken word videos about the shepherds, the wise men and baby Jesus. They are brilliant, we’ve used them with our 11-14 year olds who’ve loved them.
Fusion have recorded them and made them available for FREE download here – you might want to use them in your services or youth events you’ve got planned.
This time we’ve got another version of ‘Angels from the Realms of Glory’ with a record breaking number of angels (or rather people dressed as angels!) and a live nativity (they claim none are digitally added or copied. A pretty amazing feat!) , alongside The Piano Guys who have a great set of Christmas albums: