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Bitter Melons
Part of the Series: !Kung Series Collection
...food, collecting water, hunting for animals, and sharing as a community. "Bitter Melons," his favorite song, is about a woman who learned from her Bantu...
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Bitter and Sweet
How does the startling beauty - and humour - of Aboriginal art intertwine with reverberations of the past and our present?
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Sweet Country
...preacher in the outback of Australia's Northern Territory. When Harry, a bitter war veteran, moves into a neighbouring outpost, the preacher sends Sam and...
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Louis Sullivan - The Struggle for American Architecture
...Lloyd Wright, who worked for Sullivan for seven years. Even after their bitter split in the 1890s, Wright ever after referred to Sullivan as the "beloved...
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Deep In The Tropical Forest
Part of the Series: Mekong Region
The first documentary in the collection plots the course of the river, from its source to its delta. In a succession of spectacular images we see the extraordinary geographical route that the Mekong takes, from the Tibetan plateau, down the…
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Food on the Brain
Part of the Series: Food: Delicious Science
PBS
Michael and James explore the effect of "Food on the Brain." The brain is one of the greediest organs in the body in terms of the energy it needs to run. The way it influences our diet is, in the…
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Beat the Drum
...and even a nation. Winner of a Best of the Fest Award at the Palm Springs International Film Festival and Best Feature Film at the Montreal World...
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Talking Language with Ernie Dingo [from the CAAMA Collection]
...both Non-Indigenous and Indigenous children the Arrernte language in Alice Springs, in central Australia. Episode 5: Ernie Dingo reveals the impact...
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Taking the Offensive
Part of the Series: The Unfinished Nation Series
Roosevelt runs for fourth term; survives only a few months in office. An unprepared vice president--Harry Truman--takes office. The liberation of Europe and defeat of Germany. The Pacific offensive. The Manhattan Project, dropping of the atomic bomb in Hiroshima and…
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Snow Monkeys
Part of the Series: Nature
PBS
In the frigid valleys of Japan's Shiga Highlands, a troop of snow monkeys make their way and raise their families in a complex society of rank and privilege where each knows their place. Their leader is still new to the…
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Running Out of Time
In many ways the heart of indigenous India, mineral-rich Jharkhand is and has been at the core of India's industrial development after independence. There, the indigenous Adivasi people have borne the brunt of what is arguably India's most fundamental developmental…
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Secrets of the Dead - Caveman Cold Case
PBS
In El Sidron, a remote, mountainous region of Northern Spain, a tomb of 49,000 year-old Neanderthal bones discovered, leading to an investigation to solve a double mystery: How did this group of Neanderthals die? And, could the fate of this…
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Vanishing Redwoods
Vanishing Redwoods depicts the delicate natural balance required for the growth and survival of redwood forests. Harvey Richards photographed the film in northern California and Oregon with the help of Dr. Rudolph W Becking, who narrates the film. It shows…
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Montana’s Glacier and the Canadian Rockies
Episode 31 of A Geology of North America
Journey to Glacier National Park, where the glaciers may be disappearing, but the impressive glacier-sculpted terrain remains.
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Mesoamerican Plants, Cuisine, and Medicine
Episode 5 of Maya to Aztec: Ancient Mesoamerica Revealed
Learn about the botany of Mesoamerica and how it benefited not just the people of the region but eventually the entire world. From corn and chocolate to vanilla, chili peppers, rubber trees, and other products, the native vegetation has had…
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Return
Part of the Series: The Story of the Jews
PBS
Simon Schama examines how the Holocaust and the creation of Israel have fundamentally changed what it means to be Jewish.
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Tesla - Master of Lightning
PBS
This program recounts the life of scientist, inventor, and visionary Nikola Tesla, often remembered as more of an eccentric cult figure than an electrical engineering genius. Many of his achievements are still attributed to contemporaries Thomas Edison and Guglielmo Marconi.…
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America's 60 Greatest Unsolved Mysteries & Crimes: Episode 1
Part of the Series: America's 60 Greatest Unsolved Mysteries & Crimes
Where is Natalee Ann Holloway? Could Nicola Tesla's greatest invention power the world for free? Who discovered America first? Did John Wilkes Booth get away with murder? The mystery of Ambrose Bierce. Is Jim Morrison dead? Was Marilyn Monroe murdered?…
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Home and Away
What does it mean to be 'at home' for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people? Is it where you live, or the 'country' you are exiled from?
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Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life
Taking the best from La Vie En Rose and Amelie renowned comic book artist Joann Sfar's GAINSBOURG is a completely original take on one of France's greatest mavericks, the illustrious and infamous Jewish singer-songwriter, Serge Gainsbourg (Eric Elmosnino). Born Lucien…
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