A team of maverick mechanics convert an Aston Martin Vantage into a GT inspired racer. Can they build a super-fast track car that’s also road legal?
Inspired by a lifelong interest im yoga, meditation and Eastern religions, flautist Shaun Aston fuses world music with a chilled Jazz influence to conjure up a spiritual journey through the exotic regions of India, Tibet and China. "Spa Lounge Wellness" is an eclectic album where Western classical and Jazz influences rub shoulders with Chinese scales and Indian Ragas, creating an ambient soundscape, which takes the listener through mystical Indian forests, Tibetan monasteries and Zen gardens. The result: a natural sound to unwind the mind and pacify the soul; attuned to the soothing hum of wellbeing, this album is a musical journey impelled by an innate sensitivity…
Unless you are lucky enough to be able to escape to a tropical island at the drop of a hat, learning how to deal with stress in a positive way is more important than ever. Zen can help with the stressful gap between wanting things and how things actually are in our life. Zen is about living in the present with complete awareness. Zen can teach us how to live without too much attachment to the outcome of our actions. This does not mean that we are uncaring or do not plan for our life, or that we don't have some general intention or goal in mind. Contrary to this misconception, it actually means that we become very interested in the quality and state of our mind when we do things.
A meeting of two great British stars: baker Paul Hollywood and Aston Martin cars. Paul drives some priceless and exclusive Aston cars - the DB10, the new James Bond car from Spectre, the DBR1, the 1959 World Championship-winning racing car, and the DB5, the stunt car used in Goldfinger. Ever since he was given a toy model of the Goldfinger car at the age of five, Paul Hollywood has been a passionate fan of Aston Martin. Now, four decades on, Paul gets to fulfill his dream and find out first-hand about the company. Despite huge success, Aston Martin has never made much money. So Paul meets new boss Andy Palmer to hear about his plan to turn the company around. To find out just what these cars can do, Paul also trains up to race and joins one of the Aston teams. If he can get his licence upgrade, he will even be able compete at the world famous Le Mans race festival in France.