The film centers on Asuna, a young girl who spends her solitary days listening to the mysterious music emanating from the crystal radio she received from her late father as a memento. One day while walking home she is attacked by a fearsome monster and saved mysterious boy named Shun. However, Shun disappears and Asuna embarks on a journey of adventure to the land of Agartha with her teacher Mr. Morisaki to meet a Shun again. Through her journey she comes to know the cruelty and beauty of the world, as well as loss.
Other Voices is a Canadian current affairs television series which aired on CBC Television from 1964 to 1965.
Other Voices is a television series broadcast on RTÉ Two in Ireland, usually on a Wednesday night. It features live musical performances & interviews from many Irish and international musicians. Filming of the live performances is usually in the intimate setting of the 200-year-old Church of St James in Dingle, County Kerry. The programme has had a range of presenters since the first series began in 2003, including Glen Hansard, Jerry Fish, John Kelly, Jenny Huston, Annie Mac and Aidan Gillen.
Soul and jazz singer Gregory Porter explores the transcendent power of the popular singing voice in this joyous new series, celebrating everyone from Prince to Whitney, Caruso to Freddie Mercury
Stolen Voices, Buried Secrets is an American true crime television series on the Investigation Discovery Network. The program is different than other true-crime series because the murders are portrayed from the omniscient point-of-view of the victim using "fictionalized dialogue". While the all-seeing narrator knows who was responsible, the series allows viewers to piece together who is the culprit based on clues from investigators, family and friends as each story unfolds. "Stolen Voices, Buried Secrets" has been compared to the 2009 film The Lovely Bones in which a 13 year-old girl is murdered and views from heaven as her family copes with the tragedy. The program is known as "I Was Murdered" in the United Kingdom, and at the beginning of the third season, which began airing in 2013, the show adopted that title.
The Last Voices From Heaven was a documentary series that was screened on the Australian Subscription Television National Geographic Channel carried by Foxtel, Optus Television and Austar, on Wednesday nights at 7:30 p.m. during 2004. The series showed English music producer Anthony Copping and a single cameraman setting out on the adventure of his life to record an album of traditional Melanesian songs which he calls "the last voices from heaven". Travelling up the Mamberamo River in a dugout canoe, Anthony encountered much more than traditional music; he was threatened with spears and dragged into a heart-breaking medical emergency. The series was nominated as the Most Outstanding Documentary Series at the 47th Annual TV Week Logie Awards on 1 May 2005. A music CD was released in 2004 entitled "Siva Pacifica - Last Voices from Heaven." It is composed of mixes of the field recordings and of the music of Anthony Copping and Pascal Oritaimae.
A group of five medical students take on the task of conveying the "voices of the dead." Kaji Daiki fails to get into a popular heart surgery seminar but is somehow accepted into a seminar on forensic pathology. When he approaches professor Sagawa and asks him why he ended up in the seminar, Sagawa challenges him by asking why he wants to study heart surgery. Daiki replies that medicine is meaningless after the heart stops, but Sagawa counters that medicine also applies to the dead. And so, together with fellow students Ryosuke, Kanako, Teppei and Akira, Daiki begins to explore the mysteries of death.
Explore the world of forensic science through photos and case studies of several of the country's leading autopsy experts, including forensic pathologist, Dr. Michael Baden.