Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Clean Design (BOOK REVIEW)

Clean Design
Wellness for Your Lifestyle
by Robin Wilson
Greenleaf Book Group Press
Paperback, $22.95
216 pages, Illustrated
ISBN: 978-1-62634-189-0

Book Review by Kam Williams

“This is a book for all people who want to detoxify their home environment. Although my driving force has always been to create living spaces that protect people with allergies and asthma, my advice is appropriate for anyone who wants to live in a purer, less-toxic home…
Sometimes my suggestions will be dramatic… but most of my recommendations will fit into your decorating budget. In fact, some of my best tips—such as replacing vinyl shower curtain liners with nylon liners—cost only a few dollars.
Each chapter will teach you how to implement Clean Design strategies for every room of your home, from foundation to furnishings.”
-- Excerpted from the Introduction (pages 1-2)

Have you ever had to rush a loved one to the hospital because of an allergic reaction or an asthma attack? If so, then you can appreciate how precious oxygen is, and why it’s so important to keep the air clean air by eliminating harmful substances from the home and workplace.
Creating such eco-friendly environments has been both a labor of love and a matter of survival for wellness expert Robin Wilson, since she is not only an interior designer but a long-term asthma sufferer to boot. So, she is well aware of the host of toxins that might trigger a respiratory crisis.
            Her pioneering new opus, Clean Design: Wellness for Your Lifestyle, is likely to prove a priceless investment, regardless of where one falls on the inhalation sensitivity spectrum. Whether you might be building your dream McMansion, moving into a dorm room, renting a new apartment or staying put in the place where you’ve been for ages, Robin has a number of practical suggestions which ought to make a dramatic difference in your quality of life.
            Fundamental to her philosophy is the belief that there is a link between chemicals and indoor air pollution, and that that pollution can, in turn, cause a variety of acute and chronic illnesses. And besides hypoallergenic ventilation, the author suggests that one adopt a holistic, natural foods regimen, since we are also so profoundly affected by the ingredients in the food we eat.
            That being said, her primary focus, nevertheless, is on actual living spaces. Thus, it makes sense that a separate chapter would be devoted to each room of the house, starting with the entryway, where it might be a good idea to remove your shoes. Robin proceeds to apply what she refers to as her four basic principles (“sustainable,” “reusable,” “recyclable” and “non-toxic”) as she takes you on a virtual tour which includes the kitchen, the living room, the bathroom, the bedroom, the nursery, and so forth.
After that’s done, the balance of the book is essential a handy how-to guide which addresses specific ways of implementing wellness and clean design in terms of one’s walls, floors, countertops, furniture, windows and appliances. It even features a cautionary chapter about how to minimize the primary allergy triggers, from tobacco smoke to pet dander to mold.
            A highly-recommended, seminal resource for anyone who likes their lungs.

To order a copy of Clean Design, visit:  

Monday, March 30, 2015

Beverly Bond (INTERVIEW)

Beverly Bond

The “Black Girls Rock!” Interview
with Kam Williams

Beverly Rocks!

A dynamo in true form, Beverly Bond, has blazed trails in the music, entertainment and social entrepreneurship industries. Her body of work, across sectors, has made her one of the most celebrated DJs and social innovators of our time.

A true music connoisseur, Beverly’s passion for music and her uncanny ability to read the crowd has solidified her as one of the premier DJs in the world. Over the last decade, the former Wilhelmina model has brought her versatile talents to the most highly exclusive events and to a myriad of celebrity clients including Prince, Alicia Keys, Sarah Jessica Parker, Erykah Badu, Sean “Diddy” Combs, Derrick Jeter, Jessica and Jerry Seinfeld, Jay Z, Martha Stewart and others.

In 2006, she founded BLACK GIRLS ROCK!, a youth empowerment mentoring organization. Bond simultaneously created the annual BLACK GIRLS ROCK! Awards to celebrate the accomplishments of exceptional women of color who have made outstanding contributions in their careers and stand as inspirational and positive role models in the community.

In 2010, Beverly first partnered with BET to air BLACK GIRLS ROCK! On network television. The Awards show went on to receive an NAACP Image Award for outstanding Variety Series or Special.

Beverly’s work as a businesswoman, mentor, philanthropist and community leader has earned her a number of prestigious recognitions. EBONY magazine listed Bond on its Power 100 list for five consecutive years. She was also recognized by Ebony as one of the “Most Influential Blacks in America.” And she was recognized as one of ESSENCE magazine’s “40 Fierce and Fabulous Women Who are Changing the World.”

Here, she talks about this year’s BLACK GIRLS ROCK! Awards which is set to air on BET on Sunday, April 5th at 7 pm ET/PT. Among the many luminaries appearing on the show is First Lady Michelle Obama.

Kam Williams: Hi Beverly, thanks for the interview.
Beverly Bond: Thank you, Kam.

KW: I’ll be mixing my questions in with some sent in by readers. You just taped the BLACK GIRLS ROCK! awards show last night. Are you still on a high from the event?
BB: Omigosh! I’m still taking it in and trying to process it all. 

KW: Environmental activist Grace Sinden asks: What was your strongest or most surprising impression of First Lady Michelle Obama?
BB: I think I always knew this about her, although I’d never met her in person until now, but she’s so authentic and genuine. And she’s so sincere and committed to making a difference in the lives of others. She’s a real humanitarian. 

KW: Were First Daughters Malia and Sasha in attendance?
BB: No, unfortunately, they couldn’t be there.

KW: How did you come to pick this year’s honorees: director Ava DuVernay, actresses Jada Pinkett Smith and Cicely Tyson, singer Erykah Badu, CARE CEO Dr. Helene D. Gayle and middle school principal Nadia Lopez?
BB: Well, there’s never a shortage of incredible black women who have made major contributions each year. So, we’re constantly monitoring what’s happening in Black Girls’ World, so to speak, and we’re aware that there’s always an abundance of worthy individuals to choose from. It’s a matter of each person’s accomplishments and how current they are. Part of the process has to do with production, and part of it just comes down to who is available and how things fall in place based on the time period you’re looking at. So, yes, there’s a process, but the truth is there are so many amazing black women who have contributed to society who don’t always get a chance to shine. Our mission is to make sure we acknowledge them on our stages.  

KW: Well, Ava DuVernay certainly did a phenomenal job shooting Selma, and I thought it was a shame the way she was snubbed by the Oscars, since, in my opinion, she deserved to be the first African-American female nominated in the Best Director category.  
BB:  Absolutely! In addition there’s all the other tremendous work she does to support up-and-coming filmmakers. 

KW: Grace also asks: How difficult and over how many years did it take you to create BLACK GIRLS ROCK! and make it into a social force?
BB: I founded it in 2006, and it was an instant success. I was so driven and so passionate about the necessity of this message that I worked 24 hours a day to make it happen. But it doesn’t feel difficult when it’s your mission and your vision. It’s been a lot of work, but I knew that many people would be into it. Honestly, by 2007, we had the media’s attention already, BET, VH-1 and others, so I knew it was going to be televised. If you believe in something enough, you’re going to make it work. And to me, this was so important because it was about the message to the girls, especially the young girls.

KW: How were you able to sell the idea to BET, given its history of often appealing to the lowest common denominator, as reflected in reality-TV shows and misogynistic music videos?
BB: It wasn’t difficult, because BET obviously needed something like this. It was almost a perfect storm, because we came along at a time when BET was trying to change that image and that message.

KW: How do you respond to the Twitter trend #WhiteGirlsRock which claimed that BLACK GIRLS ROCK! is racist?
BB: I think that when you tune into Black Entertainment Television and you are complaining about black people lifting up black women and celebrating their wonderful accomplishments, your racism is showing all over your face. Did they call in when the images were less than stellar? It is fascinating to me how there’s an uproar whenever it comes to black people celebrating themselves. So, I pay them no attention, although I did respond once by writing a little article making the point that just because we say that black girls rock doesn’t mean that you don’t rock, too. But I wonder whether this was really just an attempt to punish us for having the audacity to celebrate ourselves. Everyone’s so used to putting us at the bottom of the barrel that they feel entitled to find our simply saying “We rock!” offensive. I don’t give it too much attention, because it’s really silly, but it does show the privilege and the racism that exists in some circles. 

KW: What do you want viewers to take away from BLACK GIRLS ROCK!?
BB: BLACK GIRLS ROCK! really focuses on helping to raise the bar for our kids, because we’ve got to change our culture and make black excellence important again. Literacy should not be a problem for us in 2015. The education gap continues to widen for black kids, and that’s telling. So, we have to figure out how to help our kids to survive and thrive and become trailblazers themselves.   

KW: What types of programs do you have at the BLACK GIRLS ROCK! summer camp?
BB: We have a very strong arts education program, plus media literacy, coding, robotics, college prep, empowerment circles, financial literacy and cultural immersion. They start every morning with African dance or yoga, and end their day with Brazilian capoeira, with all that other material in between. It’s a very well-rounded and intensive, two-week experience.

KW: What motivated you to make the move from modeling to music DJ?
BB: I never really left modeling. When I became a DJ, that career took over. I just evolved.

KW: AALBC.com Editor Troy Johnson says: According to government statistics, 72% of African-American children are born to unwed mothers. Why do you think this is the case?
BB: Why do I think it’s the case? I think we have a lot of issues in our community, but I can’t say why. I believe there are a lot of pressures that pull us apart as a people, and as families. I think there need to be more messages of black love. And if we don’t start educating our kids early in life about the ways in which they develop relationships with each other, they’re doomed by the time they reach adulthood. When I started BLACK GIRLS ROCK!, I primarily focused on music messages, because I felt so insulted by many of them. I also felt they were sending a dangerous message about how boys should look at girls, about how girls should look at themselves and each other, and about how boys should relate to other boys. I felt like the music was very degrading and violent and scary. And if someone 5 years-old is raised on so much violence and explicit sex, and the suggestion that girls are just there to be used for their bodies, it will warp what they will be like when they grow up and how they will end up treating each other.

KW: Troy also says: African-Americans were able to gain victories 50 to 60 years ago during the Civil Rights Movement, such as the marches in Selma and the successful bus boycott in Montgomery, Alabama. Do you think that this type of activism is still possible today?
BB: Yes, but we have to do it in many different ways. I think Black Girls Rock is revolutionary. And there are other ways to achieve changes in this technological age. For instance, without Twitter, there probably wouldn’t have been such an outcry about Trayvon Martin, Mike Brown and so many others. But it’s important to use our voices to speak out and make a difference since, if we don’t do it, no one’s going to do it for us.

KW: Finally, Troy would like to know, what was the last book you read?
BB: Right now, I’m reading “Conversations with God.” 
KW: The music maven Heather Covington question: What was the last song you listened to? 
BB: “The Blacker the Berry” by Kendrick Lamar. 

KW: Larry Greenberg asks: Is it still fashionable to use the term ‘girl’?
BB: It is for BLACK GIRLS ROCK! [Laughs]

KW: Larry also says: I shot a popular video of 10 year-old competitive shooter Shyanne Roberts, and followed it up with a video of Shyanne teaching my 7 year-old daughter to shoot a rifle. How do you feel about training young women on the use and safety of firearms?
BB: I can’t answer that question. I’m not a firearms person. Never touched one. I don’t believe in weapons of destruction. I’m not saying whether they’re appropriate for anyone else. That’s just me.

KW: Is there any question no one ever asks you, that you wish someone would?
BB: Probably, but I can’t think of one off the top of my head.

KW: What is your favorite dish to cook?
BB: [LOL] I only cook once a year for Thanksgiving. I get it all out of my system at one time. [Laughs some more]

KW: The Uduak Oduok question: Who is your favorite clothes designer?
BB: I don’t have a favorite, although there’s one woman, Barbara Bui that I really, really love, because her clothes are structured in a way that I like. They’re really strong.

KW: The Ling-Ju Yen question: What is your earliest childhood memory?
BB: Ooh, let me think… [Chuckles] Gosh… I remember when my mother took me to my grandmother’s to stay there and they put me on top of what I though was a really high bed, because from my perspective my feet seemed so far from the floor. I must have been 2-ish, since I was still pick up-able.

KW: Was there a meaningful spiritual component to your childhood?
BB: Yeah, I’ve always had this feeling that I’m not here alone. I remember after being taught as a young child that God is everywhere, how I would always sleep in the corner of my bed to leave room for God

KW: When you look in the mirror, what do you see?
BB: Somebody who needs some more rest. [Laughs] Someone who is growing into her better self.

KW: The Melissa Harris-Perry question: How did your first big heartbreak impact who you are as a person?
BB: It was actually more of a blessing than a heartbreak, because I got free.

KW: The Viola Davis question: What’s the biggest difference between who you are at home as opposed to the person we see on the red carpet?
BB: There’s a huge difference because you guys probably think I’m glamorous, but I’m not. I’m the most low-key person in the world. I just stay focused on having fun and doing what I’m here to do. It’s always fascinating to me how people think I have this glamorous life. People who know me, know I’m the same person.

KW: The Judyth Piazza question: What key quality do you believe all successful people share? 
BB: An ability to tap into their passion.

KW: What’s in your wallet?
BB: [LOL] A picture of my cousin Nikki who passed away, and some credit cards.

KW: Thanks again for the time, Beverly, and best of luck with Black Girls Rock.
BB: Thanks, Kam, and I must say this has been an awesome interview. Thank you so much.

To see a TV spot for Black Girls Rock!, visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJ_idJp9V2U

The Living (FILM REVIEW)

The Living
Film Review by Kam Williams

Serpentine Revenge Thriller Featuring All the Fixin’s for Riveting Cinema

            After being bashed beyond recognition by her alcoholic husband (Fran Kranz) again, Molly (Jocelin Donahue) made a beeline to her regular port of refuge in a storm. So, by the time his hangover wore off the next day, he knew exactly he could find her.
            Her mother (Joelle Carter) was so upset when Teddy showed up that she pointed a gun at his chest and ordered him to “Stay away from my daughter!” But the savage wife beater defiantly called her bluff by waiting for his spouse while arrogantly asserting, “Angela, you’re not going to shoot me.”
Emerging from the house with a black eye and bruises all over her body, Molly brushed past her mom before forgiving her sadistic abuser for the umpteenth time. Fed up with this predictable cycle of dysfunction, Angela prevails upon her son (Kenny Wormald) to defend his sister’s honor, like their late daddy would’ve done, if he were still around.
Although Gordon loves his sister, he’s too much of a milquetoast to rise to the occasion by taking the law into his own hands. And after taking a humiliating tongue lashing from his irate mom, he decides out of desperation to enlist help in exacting a measure of revenge.
So, he arranges a meeting in a diner with Howard Blake (Chris Mulkey), a tough guy for hire. The ex-con turns out to be not only a cold-blooded hit man but cheap enough to retain on a modest, grocery clerk’s salary. So, the next thing you know, Gordon finds himself stuck in a conspiracy to commit murder that he can’t back out of even when he starts to have second thoughts.
That is the intriguing point of departure of The Living, a serpentine psychological thriller written and directed by Jack Bryan (Struck). This character-driven drama chronicles the slow descent into depravity of a well-meaning hero who reluctantly takes to the wrong side of the law for the sake of a sister stuck in denial.   
            A grim, grudging-buddies splatterfest featuring a few surprising plot twists and all the fixin’s for a riveting cinematic experience.

Very Good (3 stars)
Rated R for profanity and violence
Running time: 91 minutes
Studio: Shooting Films
Distributor: Monterey Media

To see a trailer for The Living, visit:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BEnVJM2NZQ

Saturday, March 28, 2015

The Hand That Feeds (FILM REVIEW)

The Hand That Feeds
Film Review by Kam Williams

Immigrants Strike for Fair Pay in Workers’ Rights Documentary 

            In spite of the existence of a law setting the minimum wage at $7.25 per hour, Manhattan’s Hot & Crusty (H&C) bakery only compensated its Latino staff members a measly $5 per hour. That’s because most were undocumented workers who risked deportation if discovered by the authorities.
            The owners of H&C were well aware of their employees’ predicament, so they would routinely threaten to turn in any who dared complain about the ongoing exploitation. Besides being underpaid, the apprehensive immigrants were denied vacation and overtime pay by a sadistic boss who took delight in reminding them how worthless they were. Truth be told, however, their services were critical to the survival of the New York City restaurant in a very competitive industry dependent upon steady access to a source of cheap labor.
This became increasingly apparent to mild-mannered Mahoma Lopez a short order cook working the counter at H&C. Eventually the soft-spoken chef got fed up with his predicament, especially with the lack of basic human dignity he was being afforded.
So, he decided to organize his similarly-situated colleagues, regardless of the risk of arrest. And with the assistance of an employment discrimination attorney as well as veteran activists from the Occupy Movement, they proceeded to picket the place and unionize.     
Co-directed by Rachel Lears and Robin Blotnick, The Hand That Feeds is an inspirational documentary chronicling an intrepid band of working-class heroes’ demand that their rights be respected by greedy fat cats who’d rather close down the business than raise salaries to just the minimum wage.
So, guess what the disgruntled strikers did? Before they could be locked out, they defiantly occupied the store and ran it on their own until an equitable settlement could be reached. Ultimately, it reopened under new management willing to sign a fair contract with Mahoma and company.
How do you say Norma Rae in Spanish?

Excellent (4 stars)
In Spanish and English with subtitles
Running time: 88 minutes
Distributor: Jubilee Films

To see a trailer for The Hand That Feeds, visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-d6604tfm-k

3 Nights in the Desert (DVD REVIEW)

3 Nights in the Desert
DVD Review by Kam Williams

Love Triangle Marks Musical Trio’s Reunion in Desert after a Dozen Years

            At 20, Anna (Amber Tamblyn), Barry (Vincent Piazza) and Travis (Wes Bentley) were members of a Rock & Roll trio with high expectations. But that was before the band broke up and each went their separate ways a half-dozen years ago.
In the interim, they’ve become estranged from each other. Anna made her way to Europe where she became something of singing sensation. Meanwhile, drummer Barry abandoned the dream of superstardom for the conventional path of becoming a lawyer, marrying and settling down in the suburbs to start a family. And guitarist Travis, a purist who never sold out, is still a struggling artist living in the desert.
But since they share the same birthday, and they’re all about to turn 30, Travis decides it’s time to bury the hatchet. So, he invites them to spend the weekend at his desolate lair hoping to orchestrate a reunion and maybe even regenerate some of the group’s musical magic.
Unfortunately, Travis forgot about the unresolved romantic tensions which contributed to the breakup, given how Barry had an unrequited crush on Anna who, in turn, had one on him. And the three find out how quickly those unresolved feelings can resurface upon reconvening, especially if isolated in very cramped quarters.
            Directed by Gabriel Cowan (Growth), 3 Nights in the Desert is an intriguing, character-driven drama which unfolds in thoroughly compelling fashion. The picture works because each of the protagonists is complicated, having both strengths and flaws that are readily identifiable.
If the aim of the picture is to trigger introspection in an audience about the consequences of the choices one makes in life, then bull's eye!

Very Good (3 stars)
Rated R for profanity and sexuality
Running time: 83 minutes
Distributor: Monterey Media

To see a trailer for 3 Nights in the Desert, visit:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jb1ydKHyuAg

To order a copy of 3 Nights in the Desert on DVD, visit:

The Rewrite (DVD REVIEW)

The Rewrite

DVD Review by Kam Williams

Hugh Grant and Marisa Tomei Romantic Romp Released on DVD

            Keith Michaels (Hugh Grant) was at the top of the Hollywood food chain after writing the Academy Award-winning screenplay for a picture called Paradise Misplaced. But that was years ago, and it’s been a slow descent back into obscurity because the one-hit wonder’s has been unable to recapture any of that magic again.
To add insult to injury, his wife Tina (Kate Cullen Roberts) left him for his film’s relatively-successful director. And he even became alienated from their young son when the boy began bonding with his rich and famous stepdad. 
Discouraged by his diminishing career prospects, Keith decides to follow his agent’s (Caroline Aaron) suggestion to take a temporary teaching position as writer-in-residence at Binghamton University in upstate New York. This way, he’ll at least be collecting a salary and, who knows, he might even find the inspiration for another Oscar-worthy script.
            That is the promising premise of The Rewrite, a delightful romantic romp written and directed by Marc Lawrence (Miss Congeniality). The movie marks the fourth collaboration between Lawrence and Hugh Grant, following Two Weeks Notice (2002), Music and Lyrics (2007) and Did You Hear about the Morgans? (2009). The picture pairs Grant with Marisa Tomei as the lovebirds fated for one another, and it features a colorful supporting cast of characters played by J.K. Simmons, Allison Janney, Bella Heathcote and Chris Elliott, to name a few.  
The plot thickens soon after Keith arrives on campus. First, he makes the mistake of allowing himself to be seduced by a student (Heathcote) willing to do anything to land one of the ten spots in the visiting celebrity’s class.
Against his better judgment, Keith embarks on a lust-fueled affair with the star-struck teen before he has a chance to date a more age-appropriate mate. That would be Holly (Tomei), a well-preserved, middle-aged mom also about to matriculate in his coveted course.
The illicit student-professor liaison comes to the attention of Mary Weldon (Janney), the imperious head of the school’s Ethics Committee. The disapproving bureaucrat gives Keith the hairy eye every time they pass each other in the halls, and is eager for an opportunity to kick him off campus.
Luckily, Keith has a couple of colleagues in his corner, Jim (Elliott) and Dr. Lerner (Simmons). These peers are willing to run interference since they’d prefer him putting down permanent roots in the region. Meanwhile, the more contrite Keith and cash-strapped Holly get to know each other, the more Binghamton looks like the ideal setting for a happily-ever-after ending.
How come Hugh Grant and Marisa Tomei waited this long to make a romantic comedy together?

Excellent (3.5 stars)
Running time: 107 minutes
Distributor: Image Entertainment / RLJ Entertainment
DVD Extras: Deleted scenes; and The Making of The Rewrite.

To see a trailer for The Rewrite, visit:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cL-tP03XoH4 

To order The Rewrite on DVD, visit:

The Imitation Game (DVD REVIEW)

The Imitation Game
DVD Review by Kam Williams

Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar-Winner Arrives on DVD

At the outset of World War II, the Nazis gained the early advantage with the help of its Enigma, the encrypting machine which enabled the German military to communicate without having to worry about any messages being intercepted. In response, Winston Churchill deputized eccentric, math genius Alan Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch) to handpick a team comprised of fellow savants whose appointed mission would be to crack the Enigma’s inscrutable codes.
Operating on the campus of a cypher school located in Buckinghamshire’s Bletchley Park, Turing’s exceptional eggheads proceeded to embark upon a surreptitious race against time every bit as important as the fighting simultaneously unfolding on the battlefield. And when they finally did manage to decipher German communications, it remained important that they keep that fact a secret.
You see, the info unearthed afforded the Allies on the front lines a competitive advantage which would immediately be lost if the Nazis ever caught wind of the fact that their supposedly inscrutable commands were actually being intercepted. For, they would undoubtedly have simply altered their encrypting in an instant.
The British government credited Turing’s team with saving millions of lives while shortening the conflict in the European theater by a couple years. That important achievement is the subject of The Imitation Game, a bittersweet biopic directed by Norwegian Morten Tyldum (Headhunters).
Winner of the Academy Award in the Best Adapted Screenplay category, the film is based on “Alan Turing: The Enigma,” Andrew Hodges’ belated tribute to the unsung hero. Unfortunately, despite the pivotal role he had played, Turing was never really recognized as a national hero because of his homosexuality.
Instead, after the war, he had to suffer the indignity of being persecuted, arrested, convicted, and ultimately chemically castrated for being gay. That led the brilliant visionary to commit suicide while on the brink of inventing the computer. Though that tragedy can never be undone, at least we live in more enlightened times, when an icon of Turing’s order might finally be afforded his due.
Excellent (4 stars)
Rated PG-13 for sexual references, mature themes and smoking
Running time: 113 minutes
Distributor: Anchor Bay / The Weinstein Company
Blu-ray Extras: Making The Imitation Game; Alan Turing: Man & Enigma; and Heroes of Bletchley.

To see a trailer for The Imitation Game, visit:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5CjKEFb-sM

To order The Imitation Game on Blu-ray, visit:  

Friday, March 27, 2015

Top Ten DVD Releases for 3-31-15

This Week’s DVD Releases
by Kam Williams

Top Ten DVD List for March 31, 2015                      

The Imitation Game

Case Histories: Complete Collection

Island of Lemurs: Madagascar

The Rewrite

The Circle

Veep: The Complete Third Season

Frontline: Putin’s Way

3 Nights in the Desert


Nova: Building Wonders

Honorable Mention

Lovejoy: Series Five

Silicon Valley: The Complete First Season

Language Matters with Bob Hollman

Harlock: Space Pirate


Nature: Owl Power

Monster High: Haunted

Chugginton: Fire Patrol Rescue

Three in a Bed

Bite Size