Saturday, 20 October 2012

St Frideswide's Night

HPANWO TV takes on one of our most important and perilous assignments yet! It’s St Frideswide’s Night and we return to St Margaret’s Church to try and film the strange ritual and/or ghastly spectral figures that emerge. I’m accompanied on this mission by Geoff Ambler of Contact International, see:

Wednesday, 17 October 2012

Relative Madness

Relative Madness is a 2009 short documentary film by the Russian film-maker Vika Evdokimenko. It was nominated for an award at the International Edinburgh Film Festival and won the 2010 Accolade Film Award. The reason I mention it is because it features Your Humble Servant. (I didn't win anything for my efforts, but never mind! I still reckon the camera loves me!)
This film can be seen on several other sites, EG:
Here’s Vika Evdokimenko’s official site:

Friday, 12 October 2012

New Age


The New Age movements are often seen by many as an anti-authoritarian alternative to conventional religion, but just how alternative are they? My YouTube friend Slaxxxer finds people involved with New Age philosophy untrustworthy and offensive, see: HPANWO TV investigates by paying a visit to the Global Retreat Centre in Nuneham Courtenay, Oxfordshire. It is run by one of the biggest and most successful New Age organizations in the world, the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University.
I also reminisce over my own visit to the Findhorn Community in 2005, see:

Wednesday, 3 October 2012

Glass Bombed in Burnley Hoax


Glass Bombed in Burnley is a video going viral at the moment. Here’s a link: It appears to portray an attack on an American reporter by a gang of violent Muslim thugs, but something’s not quite right about it. Can you spot what’s wrong with it?
This film is adapted from this HPANWO Voice article:
See here for more important background:
(Screenovers added under Copyright Fair Use claim)

Monday, 1 October 2012

"Charles" takes a Walk through Town

Part 1:

Part 2:

Secret Ruler of the world “Charles” decides to take a walk through town because when he’s surrounded by hamburgers-with-legs who haven’t “been there, Man!” it makes him feel very superior. As you can see in Part 2, “Charles” is approached by two young men who admire him a lot and are willing to show it with a public display of affection.
Camera by Bardotbardot.
See here for background: