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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…
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…
Barack Obama
Part of the Series: ICONS: Big Star Profiles
Barack Obama will always have the distinction of being the first African American to be elected President of the United States, securing his place as one of the most recognized political Icons in the world. How he accomplished this is…
The Boeing 787 - A Revelation in Air Travel
Part of the Series: The Amazing World of Aviation
The Boeing 787 may not look different, but according to it's manufacturers it is a revolution in air travel and will help preserve the natural resources of the planet. Similar to the Airbus A380, the plane is made from carbon-fiber…
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…
J. K. Rowling
Part of the Series: ICONS: Big Star Profiles
The adventures of that certain boy wizard, Harry Potter, were enough to propel J.K Rowling into millionaire status, but by 2007 the story that began it all came to an end. Rowling said goodbye to the series with the launch…
Christian: The Story of Christ in Art
Part of the Series: Art Through the Ages Collection
Narrated by Claire Dodin, this moving documentary uses art masterpieces from the 13th century through the 19th century, featuring many of the world's greatest artists, including Botticelli, da Vinci, Raphael, Janmot, Rubens, Bougereau, van Eyck, Hughes, Memling and Rembrandt, and…
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…
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…
Canada
Part of the Series: Globetrotting Series
Bundle up Globetrotters and join us in this episode for snow, mountains, polar bears, and so much more as we visit Canada, the second largest country by area in the world. You will delight in checking out the wild Calgary…
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…
Flying at the Speed of Sound - the Concorde
Part of the Series: The Amazing World of Aviation
Flying at the speed of sound doesn't seem lime the type of thing that was possible in the 1960's, but that was when traditional rivals Britain and France collaborated to build the world's first Concorde, a jet that could traverse…
Adaptation - Tools for Survival: Sea Animals
Part of the Series: Animal Studies Series
Sea animals, like land animals, must have food and the ability to reproduce in order to survive, and in this program we observe how a number of sea animals have adapted to aquatic environments, allowing them to survive harmoniously with…
Aldo Leopold 2: "A Sand County Almanac"
"If the eco of ecology has literary cornerstones, they are Thoreau's 'Walden,' Marsh's 'Man and Nature,' Carson's 'Silent Spring,' and Leopold's 'A Sand County Almanac.'"-Sierra Club Magazine "The power of 'A Sand County Almanac' is that it helps us see…
The Life and Art of Bo Bartlett: Heartland
Part of the Series: Artists of America Series
Bo Bartlett painted for many years under the watchful eye of one of America's greatest artists, Andrew Wyeth. A protege of Wyeth, Bo shared a passion and understanding about painting that bonded him to Andrew in a truly unique way.…
Patrick Dougherty: Twisted Logic
Part of the Series: Artists of Vision Series
Artist Patrick Dougherty, also known as the "Stick Man," is an internationally acclaimed sculptor who has created over 175 site-specific sculptures throughout the world, including "Crossing Over" at the American Craft Museum in New York City; "Toad Hall" at the…
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…
George Lucas
Part of the Series: ICONS: Big Star Profiles
After more than forty years of working in the film industry, George Lucas still gets just as much of a kick out of his movies as his fans do. A car accident forced him to change course in his career,…
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…
Dinosaurs: Thunder Lizards
Part of the Series: Spirit of America Series
"Highly Recommended. Quality production values are evident throughout this lively and informative video. It leaves the viewer eagerly anticipating a visit to the nearest natural history museum. Includes an interview with James Gurney, author and illustrator of "Dinotopia," who discusses…