One Second Before Sunrise brings to audiences exciting stories of promising solutions to the world's most pressing problems. Quality, accuracy and thoroughness are the hallmarks of every Horizon production and make the programs stand out as trusted coverage.
Broadcast in more than a hundred countries in fifteen languages One Second Before Sunrise has broad appeal, capturing the interest of diverse viewers of all ages with its entertaining approach. These award-winning international TV documentaries can be viewed and downloaded (in low resolution) at www.horizoninternationaltv.org and from YouTube at jselendy’channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/jselendy.
WDR (Westdeutscher Rundfunk) TV, Germany
Hei Long Jiang Television, People’s Republic of China
SVTV2, Swedish Television
With the cooperation of:
and XEIPN Canal 11 television of Mexico
One Second Before Sunrise: A Search for Solutions Program 1 produced by Horizon International was broadcast nationwide in the US on PBS and in many other countries. It is winner of a CINE Golden Eagle, Educational Bronze Apple and many other awards.
Protecting Against Flooding: The Netherland’s storm-surge barrier
Preserving the Netherland’s Tidal Ecology - an ingenious storm-surge barrier that can close in times of flood preserves tidal ecology and with it the fishing and tourism which depend on it. Variations of this "dam with doors" is being considered for use in other parts of the world. Lynn Redgrave is the oncamera host. This is Part 4 of Horizon International's TV series One Second Before Sunrise: A Search for Solutions Program 1.
The complete segment (this clip was cut by three minutes) and other segments from this program can be viewed at www.horizoninternationaltv.org.
Quality, accuracy and thoroughness are the hallmarks of every Horizon production and make the programs stand out as trusted coverage.
This commitment to excellence is made possible with the help of Horizon’s Scientific Review Board and other advisors who carefully evaluate ideas and review scripts.
The programs cover the environment, preserving wildlife and endangered plants, reducing pollutants, reducing global climate change and acid rain, practicing sustainable, non-toxic agriculture; health, finding ways to reduce malnutrition, TB, malaria, dengue, and sexually transmissible infections such as HIV/AIDS, and unwanted pregnancy; and, development, finding means to meet economic needs with least harm to our planet and advancing technological innovations for the betterment of the planet.
Rasmane Raso Ouedraogo,
seen in the picture,
Johan Forssblad and
Spiders Help Farmers Grow Safer Crops
One Second Before Sunrise II Part 2
Spiders Help Farmers Grow Safer Crops takes you from Harbin in northern China to Wuhan on the Yangzi River and into the San Joaquin Valley in California. Dr. Zhao Jing Zhao's innovative use of spiders to control cotton pests in the People's Republic of China demonstrates the significant role of integrated pest management as a means to reduce the use of harmful chemicals while increasing agricultural productivity. Cotton growers in Hubei have increased their yields while reducing the use of pesticides by 70-90%. In California, host Lynn Redgrave talks about integrated pest management with a local expert in the cotton fields of San Joaquin Valley. Spiders are protecting cotton against predators in the fields of Wuhan, while delicate green lacewings are protecting cotton in the fields of California.
One Second Before Sunrise Part 2: Spiders Help Farmers Grow Safer Crops, is a Horizon International co-production with Hei Long Jiang Television, People's Republic of China.
This episode, part of a one-hour TV program that included Cooperating for Clean Air: A Horizon International co-production with SVTV2, Swedish Television had its broadcast premier nationwide on PBS in the United States and in China in 1993. Janine Selendy is Executive Producer, Co-Producer and Director. Hosted and narrated by Lynn Redgrave. Roger P. Swain, Ph.D., Science Editor, Horticulture magazine and member of the Horizon International Scientific Review Board was the on and off-site advisor. Music is by Joe Mennona. Additional production credits are at the end of the program. Horizon's other TV programs can be seen here on jselendy's channel on YouTube and at www.horizoninternationaltv.org. Horizon International features articles, case studies and exhibits on the Horizon Solutions Site at www.solutions-site.org and on it oceans and coral reefs website www.magicporthole.org.
Anfitrión y Narrador: Lynn Redgrave, Suecia Co-Host: Johan Forssblad. Productor Ejecutivo, Productor, Director Janine Selendy. Videógrafo Anders Carlsson, Ingeniero de Sonido Klas Karlsson, Editor de Béla Selendy y muchos otros. Sitio Horizon Solutions en www.solutionssite.org presenta iniciativas globales sobre el cambio climático y la invita a la presentación de soluciones para su posible inclusión. La segunda parte de este programa de segundo antes de amanecer es arañas Ayuda agricultores cultivan más seguros los cultivos.
Las arañas Ayuda agricultores cultivan más seguras Cultivos te lleva de Harbin, en el norte de China en Wuhan en el río Yangtsé y en el Valle de San Joaquín en California. El uso innovador del Dr. Zhao Jing Zhao a las arañas para controlar las plagas del algodón en la República Popular de China demuestra el papel importante de manejo integrado de plagas como un medio para reducir el uso de productos químicos nocivos y aumentar la productividad agrícola. Los cultivadores de algodón en Hubei han aumentado sus rendimientos, mientras que la reducción del uso de pesticidas en un 70-90%. En California, el anfitrión Lynn Redgrave habla sobre manejo integrado de plagas con un experto local en los campos de algodón del Valle de San Joaquín. Las arañas son la protección contra los depredadores de algodón en los campos de Wuhan, mientras delicadas alas de encaje verde son la protección de algodón en los campos de California.
Las arañas Ayuda agricultores cultivan más seguros los cultivos es un horizonte internacional co-producción con Hei Long Jiang Televisión de la República Popular de China.
Este programa tuvo su primera emisión a nivel nacional por PBS en los Estados Unidos y en China en 1993. Janine Selendy es productor ejecutivo, co-productor y director. Organizado y narrado por Lynn Redgrave. Roger P. Swain, Ph.D., Editor de Ciencia Antigua, la revista Horticultura y miembro del Horizonte Científico Internacional de la Junta de Revisión fue el de asesor y fuera de sitio. La música es de Joe Mennona. Créditos adicionales de producción son al final del programa. Otros programas de Horizon TV se puede ver en YouTube y en www.horizoninternationaltv.org. Características horizonte internacional los artículos, estudios de casos y exposiciones sobre el sitio de Soluciones de Horizon www.solutions-site.org y en él los océanos y corales www.magicporthole.org sitio web de los arrecifes. Horizonte invita a la presentación de soluciones para su posible inclusión. Horizon Internacional era alias Comunicaciones horizonte en el momento de esta producción.
Cooperating for Clean Air
Cooperating for Clean Air: a Horizon International Swedish TV2 co-production, with the assistance of Polish Television.
Part 1 of the television program One Second Before Sunrise Program II, broadcast nationwide in the US on PBS, in Europe and in many other parts of the world. This program provides the background of problems causing global climate change and acid rain and solutions. The program presents successful initiatives including energy efficiency, solar, wind power generation, mini-hydropower, biogas from garbage, and others; from a power plant clean enough to be in the heart of Stockholm to solar villages near the Arctic Circle.
Host and Narrator: Lynn Redgrave, Sweden Co-Host: Johan Forssblad. Executive Producer, Producer, Director Janine Selendy. Videographer Anders Carlsson, Sound Engineer Klas Karlsson, Editor Béla Selendy and many others. Horizon's Solutions Site at www.solutionssite.org presents Global Climate Change initiatives and welcomes submissions of solutions for possible inclusion. The second part of this One Second Before Sunrise program: Spiders Help Farmers Grow Safer Crops is pressented above. It is also on jselendy's YouTube channel. Horizon International A.K.A. Horizon Communications at the time of this production.
One Second Before Sunrise: Program IV:
Burkina-be: People with a Future
A One-Hour Program
Host and English Narrator Lynn Redgrave
Host and French Narrator Rasmane Raso Ouedraogo
Women, men and children in Burkina Faso are working together to curb desertification, reforest the land, increase education and economic opportunities for girls and women, and reduce population growth. People mobilizing for change are bringing about a better way of life.
Women, men and children in Burkina Faso are working together to curb desertification, reforest the land, increase education and economic opportunities for girls and women, and reduce population growth.
People mobilizing for change are bringing about a better way of life. Burkina-be: People with a Future is One Second Before Sunrise: Program IV with Host and English Narrator Lynn Redgrave and Host and French Narrator Rasmane Raso Ouedraogo. This Horizon International television program was produced for and funded by UNFPA. This program was produced for presentation at the Fourth World Conference on Women held in Beijing, China - September 1995: Action for Equality, Development and Peace.Partial production credits: Executive Producer, Producer, Director Janine Selendy. Co-Director Rasmane Raso Ouedraogo, Associate Director Béla Selendy, Videographer Anders Carlsson, Sound Engineer Klas Karlsson, Co-editors Janine Selendy and Roland Carter. Additional production credits are at the end of the program.
Horizon's other TV programs can be seen here on YouTube and at www.horizoninternationaltv.org.
This program was produced for and funded by UNFPA.
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Broadcast in more than a hundred countries in fifteen languages One Second Before Sunrise has broad appeal, capturing the interest of diverse viewers of all ages with its entertaining approach.
In the United States, One Second Before Sunrise captured the position of one of seven natural history programs in a year chosen for nationwide broadcast on PBS.
Educational and Other Additional distribution:
Horizon’s distributors have included the International Broadcast Network of the United Kingdom and United States, and Bullfrog Films, former educational distributor of One Second Before Sunrise Programs I and II in the United States.
Horizon’s Programs have been shown at many venues including:
· Cine Golden Eagle
· Bronze Metal for Educational Programming
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"There is much to learn and see in this first-rate hour hosted knowledgeably on location by Lynn Redgrave ... Ms. Redgrave's lively comments and sincere curiosity make this show a standout." (King Features Syndicate)
"[The Series shows how] individuals worldwide implement ideas to improve their environments and economies." (New York Times)
"...upbeat and well-written..." (Moving Pictures Bulletin)
"...well-edited, beautifully photographed... with positive approaches to improving the environment." (Booklist)
"...an excellent and thought-provoking series about how individuals are making contributions to the future. Highly recommended." (Video Librarian).
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