The internet has become a fantastic repository of video. A broadband connection is required for the best experience of course. If your connection is what I call ‘pretend broadband’ ie: under 512K download speed, then I suggest that after clicking the play button on the video you then press pause and wait for a minute or so until more of the video downloads in the background. That way your viewing will be less stressful!
For a start, here’s Richard Dawkins’ excellent BBC documentary, The Blind Watchmaker (47 mins)
The description from the BBC’s education catalogue follows: “…The evidence proposed is well-organized and current. The video first presents creationist ideas, articulated by Texans who support the theory of special creationism, and then provides vivid contradictory data through observation, computer simulations, robotics, experiments and close examination of designs in nature. Its central argument is that the diversity and variety we see in such complex adaptations as the eye and insect mimicry can best be explained by cumulative natural selection over long periods of time. With its vivid blend of argument and scientific detail, The Blind Watchmaker will enrich even the most advanced student’s view of evolution.”