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1965: American ground forces and Marine Corps tanks, land in South Vietnam, confident that conventional military might will defeat the Communist insurgency.
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The World Before Her
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A film that captures the choices and contradictions facing young women in India today.
Ray Jayawardhana: Neutrino Hunters
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Astrophysicist Ray Jayawardhana on how neutrinos can help physicists unlock the secrets of the universe.
46:04 | 113 Views August 29, 2014
Trevor explores Caribbean islands that have been dramatically shaped by the forces of nature. He meets the few remaining residents of the former paradise Montserrat, which was decimated in the 1990s by a massive volcanic eruption. In Grenada, Trevor
John C. Havens: Hacking H(app)iness
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Author and futurist John C. Havens on using our data to make us happy.
Ralph Baker: Stocks and Basketball
24:40 | 105 Views August 27, 2014
Ralph Baker on how his shock exchange shocked the financial world.
Gonzalo Riva: Empathy in Education
26:01 | 403 Views August 26, 2014
Gonzalo Riva on the value of play, from the classroom to the boardroom.
Canadian Tank Battles in Italy
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May 1944: Canadian tanks begin their final push to drive the Germans from Italy.
Uri Gneezy: The Economics of Everyday Life
24:32 | 259 Views August 25, 2014
Author Uri Gneezy on what motivates individuals to behave in certain ways and why.
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Pianist Thompson Egbo-Egbo starts a music program at a school in an inner city neighbourhood.
Great British Music
58:09 | 240 Views January 7, 2014
Dr David Starkey's exploration of how the monarchy shaped Britain's music reaches the 18th century
Hunt for the Shadow Cat
48:21 | 109 Views April 12, 2014
Boone Smith teams up with Dr. Howard Quigley, who leads Panthera's Jaguar Program, to capture, film and attach tracking collars on the cunning and elusive jaguar.
Muse of Fire: A Shakespearean Road Movie
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This unique documentary follows two actors, Giles Terera and Dan Poole, as they travel the world to find out everything they can about tackling the greatest writer of them all.