A review of the preaching of ISKCON, the International Society for Krishan Consciousness in Italy in the mid-1980s. Very interesting, shows temples in Milan, Rome, Florence, Naples. Includes full documentary on RKC, Radio Krishna Centrale,
1980's television news presentation Houston Live , interview with Tamal Krishna Maharaja.
A short promotional film showcasing the worldwide activities of ISKCON in the early 1980's. Accompanied by a nice Hare Krishna kirtan.
Various television news clips covering ISKCON's Rathayatra festival in Sydney Australia in mid 1980's. Includes interviews with Bhavananda.
Television program 'State Affair' on Chanel 7 covers the Adelaide City Council's ban on chanting Hare Krishna in the city.
This BBC documentary on the life of the Hare Krishna devotees at ISKCON's Soho Street temple in London was produced as part of a series on cults in the UK in the 1980s. It is a very good historical documentation on the lifestyle of ISKCON d
1983 television interview with Cita Hari, the Sydney Temple President, and his wife. Very interesting to see the mood in ISKCON at that time.
1982 Television Interview of Sydney Australia's ISKCON Temple President. Interesting to see the mood of devotees in those days.
In October of 1985 Channel 10 news in Sydney did a live cross to ISKCON Sydney to cover the morning program and their new Food For Life Prasadam distribution program. In those days Hare Krishnas were in the news no matter what they did. Aus
Televison news coverage of Dhrstadyumna Swami playing his sitar and singing Bhaja Hure Mana. Newsworthy in Australia in 1982.
ISKCON Sydney Food For Life full interview with Rev Ted Noffs, founder of the famous Wayside Chapel in Kings Cross, member of parliament, etc. Includes 'wild vision' filmed by television station.
Australian television program 'Catch Them as they Go' on new religious movements. This episode documents the Hare Krishna movement in Australia in 1983
In the 1980s the Hare Krishna movement was so prominent and newsworthy that Television stations were announcing the Gaura Purnima Festival.
In 1993 a Television station declared that the real winners from Australia's 1993 budget were the Hare Krishnas.
Interview with the Sydney ISKCON temple president in mid 1980s on the Kings Cross Food for Life program. Very favorable.
During October of 1985 the Australian government cut off the funding for many services providing emergency food assistance to homeless people in Sydney. This caused a massive increase in the number of people using the ISKCON Food For Life S
Mike Willesse, an Australian daily television news program host, was very much against ISKCON in Sydney and he was constantly airing negative pieces on the devotees collecting for the Kings Cross Food for Life program. This is one of them.
Television news interviews Citahari Prabhu, Temple President of ISKCON Sydney, in mid-1980s about the Kings Cross Food For Life prasadam distribution program.
Even the television test patterns in Australia in the 1980s were accompanied with the chanting of the Hare Krishna mantra. In those days TV was not broadcast 24 hours a day, so when there was no program they would broadcast a test pattern,
News coverage of devotees with some history of the Adelaide Australia Hare Krishna chanting ban in the 1980s. Also includes coverage of the New Gaudadesh farm which was between Adelaide and Melbourne.
Seven National News coverage of the Adelaide Hare Krishna Chanting Ban Australia in the 1980s.
The biggest Australian breakfast television show, 'Good Morning Australia' celebrates the freedom of the Russian Hare Krishna devotees who had be put into psychiatric hospitals and tortured by the Russian communist government.