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Japan
Part of the Series: Globetrotting Series
Konechiwa! Hello and welcome to Globetrotting. In this episode we head to Japan and discover the rich culture, food and lifestyle of one of the world's most exciting countries. In Tokyo, we check out some of the latest advances in…
Eros: The Nude Through the Ages
Part of the Series: Art Through the Ages Collection
As art progressed through the ages, depictions of the human form became the ultimate representation of art. Always controversial, the nude figure has been both criticized and glorified. Narrated by Claire Dodin, this engaging program displays the evolution of the…
The Sad Story of the Banana - Dangers of Pesticide Abuse
Part of the Series: Global Issues Series
"Highly Recommended. This is the real story behind the cosmetic banana; the perfect flawless fruit that appears on tables everywhere. Although the sub-title highlights dangers of pesticide abuse, the program covers broader issues regarding banana plantations in Central America. It…
Aldo Leopold 1: His Life and Thought
Narrated by Lorne Greene (Bonanza), this classic documentary presents the biography of Aldo Leopold (1887-1948), a renowned scientist, educator, philosopher, scholar and writer, who has been called the "father of wildlife ecology," as well as the "father of wildlife management";…
Abraham Lincoln: His Life and His Legacy
Part of the Series: U.S. History Series
April 14th, 1865, just 5 days after Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered at the Appomattox Courthouse, ending the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln was shot by John Wilkes Booth and would die the next day. This one violent act…
Native Americans
Part of the Series: Spirit of America Series
What does it mean to be a Native American? Perhaps Native American model Stormy Hollingsworth (Ute) says it best, "to be proud, to know that our past and our whole history is a circle of life." This program introduces us…
Fritz Scholder: Painting the Paradox
Part of the Series: Artists of America Series
This is an impressionist study of Fritz Scholder (Luseino, 1937-2005), who was one of America's most respected Native American artists. Directed by the best-selling author Paul Perry ("Saved by the Light" and "Mastering Miracles") and narrated by Pulitzer Prize winning…
Climate Change 2: Beyond Global Warming
The reality of climate change is now beyond any doubt. The most dramatic upheavals are occurring in the Earth's northern polar regions, where communities there are facing unprecedented changes. This timely documentary, the second of two on climate change, goes…
Adaptation - Tools for Survival: Land Animals
Part of the Series: Animal Studies Series
Animals must have food and the ability to reproduce in order to survive. These processes occur in the environment in which they have evolved and to which they have adapted. The process of adaptation takes millions of years and those…
Orient: Eastern Art Through the Ages
Part of the Series: Art Through the Ages Collection
During the 19th century the term Orient described the exotic lands of the East, from Northern Africa to Asia. Rather than describing a single geographic or cultural representation, the term Orient became a metaphor of the unknown. When Napoleon Bonaparte…
The Panama Canal Cruise
Part of the Series: Exploring the World Series
This program takes viewers on one of the most memorable cruises a person can ever experience - a voyage through history and the Panama Canal. This 10-hour cruise from ocean to ocean is a sailing experience like none other. Here…
India
Part of the Series: Globetrotting Series
Join us Globetrotters in this episode for a journey across exotic India, one of the oldest countries in the world and the second-most populated with over 1.2 billion people. Here you will see festivals of color and spirituality, visit bustling…
Climb! Colorado
Part of the Series: Colorado Adventures Series
Colorado's Rocky Mountains provide some of the best and various types of rock climbing, which is why people come from all around the world to climb Colorado. This program takes us to Eldorado Canyon State Park where we meet Jenny…
Pierre H. Matisse 1: An Artist of Love and Freedom
Part of the Series: Artists of Vision Series
Pierre H. Matisse is a grandson of the renowned artist, Henri Matisse, arguably the most important French painter of the 20th century. Pierre in his own right is a remarkable artist, as is his life story that dates back to…
The Life and Work of Frank Hurley
Part of the Series: Great Explorers Series
"Frank Hurley's pictures bring an ill-fated Antarctic voyage back to life - absolutely first-rate photojournalism by a cameraman who had no reasonable expectation of survival." -Time Magazine "Photography within the Antarctic Circle is a challenge. Among the attractions are the…
Andrew Wyeth - Self-Portrait - Snow Hill
Part of the Series: Artists of America Series
The authorized biography about one of the greatest painters the world has ever known, Andrew Wyeth. Sensitively narrated by actor Stacy Keach, this intimate self-portrait explores over 60 years of Mr. Wyeth's personal drama. Incorporating the artist's great works of…
Exploring the World: Morocco
Rabat is the modern capital of Morocco but its history dates back to the 7th century. Here we visit the Mohammed V mausoleum; the Hassan Mosque, the most famous landmark in Rabat; next we explore the old city, the Fes-el-Bali…
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Italy
Part of the Series: Globetrotting Series
Buongiorno! And welcome to Globetrotting, where in this episode we take you to one of the most unforgettable countries in Europe, Italy. We visit the ruins of the ancient city Pompeii, pay tribute to the opera singer Luciano Pavarotti, and…
South Africa 3: Kruger Game Park, Londolozi, and Lost City
Part of the Series: Exploring the World Series: Africa
Kruger Game Park is one of the most renowned wildlife reserves in the world, and the oldest in Africa. It was named after the President of the former South African Republic, Paul Kruger, who in 1898 established a protected area…
Argentina - Buenos Aires, Ushuaia and the Falklands
Part of the Series: Exploring the World Series
Argentina, the second largest country in South America, offers a wide variety of natural wonders and cultural attractions. Our first stop is to the cosmopolitan capital city of Buenos Aires, a cultural centerpiece, which includes the La Boca district, a…