For more than 30 years, scientist, broadcaster and environmental activist David Suzuki has served as the host of The Nature of Things, a CBC program that is seen in more than forty nations. Suzuki Speaks is an hour of thought-provoking television. David Suzuki delivers one of the most powerful messages of his career - the relationship between the four "sacred" elements and their influence on the "interconnectedness" we feel individually, with each other and with the rest of the world.
Using rare archival footage and interviews with noted artists, philosophers and scholars such as Huston Smith, this film examines the life and teachings of D.T. Suzuki, the celebrated Japanese religious phliosopher who first brought Zen Buddhism to the West. This program explores Suzuki's travels in America, his teachings on satori (enlightenment) and other Buddhist concepts, his influence on Western art and psychology, and more.
Teacher Akira Suzuki breaks away from long held customs and norms at his school. He tries hard to have the ideal classroom by using his own "Suzuki method". The new semester begins. His homeroom 2-A class is about to have a student council election and preparations for a school festival. A man then takes a female student hostage ...
David Suzuki, iconic Canadian scientist, educator, broadcaster and activist delivers a 'last lecture' — what he describes as "a distillation of my life and thoughts, my legacy, what I want to say before I die". The film interweaves the lecture with scenes from the places and events in Suzuki's life — creating a biography of ideas — forged by the major social, scientific and cultural events of the past 70 years.
Koichi is a son in the Suzuki family. He is a shut in who never leaves his house. He dies suddenly. The rest of the Suzuki family, father Yukio, mother Yuko and daughter Fumi fall into a state of confusion. Yuko, the mother, is so shocked by her son's death, that she loses her memory. Fumi lies to her mother and tells her "Koichi stopped being a shut in and is now working in Argentina"
Hama-chan joins a company excursion to Oita with the rest of his department including his new junior Daisuke. Beautiful Namiko, the organizer of the trip is a contract employee and her elder brother is a fisherman. Hama-chan, as always sets out to sea for a bout of angling. He is a tad surprised when Namiko's brother consults him about Namiko's status as an unmarried contract worker...
The sequel to the 1935 film Great Bodhisattva Pass
Yamato Akitsuki travels to Tokyo alone to study in one of the high schools located within the area. He lives in with his aunt who operates a public bath solely for the ladies in the local district and begins his normal high-school life. One day, he chances upon a girl in school and is immediately mesmerized by her beauty. He is shocked when he realizes later that the girl, Suzuka, is actually living next door to him. From then on, Yamato's ordinary life begins to change little by little.
Deka Kurokawa Suzuki is a Japanese television drama series.
Suzuko no Koi is an upcoming Japanese biographical television drama series that will air on Fuji TV.
Suzuki on Science is a Canadian science information television series which aired on CBC Television from 1971 to 1972.
The Nature of Things is a Canadian television series of documentary programs. It debuted on CBC Television on November 6, 1960. Many of the programs document nature and the effect that humans have on it. The program was one of the first to explore environmental issues, such as clear-cut logging. The series is named after an epic poem by Roman philosopher Lucretius: "Dē Rērum Nātūrā" — On the Nature of Things.
What could be scarier than going about your daily life and then unexpectedly experiencing a terrifying event? In six episodes, six different events show how real-life horror can suddenly manifest itself in people’s lives.