One of the great figures in human history, Leonardo da Vinci is among that very small group of people whose genius has universal relevance. Leonardo changed the way all who succeeded him viewed the world. This program illuminates all facets of his abiding ...
Infrared Astronomical Satellite Project
Segment describes IRAS project to study the universe.
Biography: John Adams
Washington's two successors were of almost opposite temperaments, yet the office's constitutional authority allowed them to handle the crises of their times and still transfer power peacefully. The rise of political parties, the XYZ Affair, Marbury v. Mad ...
Warriors of the First Emperor
China has the world's fastest growing economy, yet is also has many ancient traditions. In Beijing, where the blending of ancient and modern originates, China still rules from this political center despite its decentralizing economic changes. Viewers also ...
Segment gives background information of what led up to the first battle of the American Revolution and its first victim.
How Clouds Form
Humidity has helped life develop on Earth. The water cycle, the process of evaporation, condensation, and precipitation, leads to the formation of clouds and to water falling as rain, snow, fog, mist, drizzle, and other solid or liquid types. Each cloud b ...
Battle of Stalingrad
After countless rulers, seven decades of Communism, and domination of Eastern Europe as the power behind the former USSR, Russia still remains the world's largest country in landmass. Viewers will witness Moscow's importance, as well as other major cities ...
Crickets are viewed as they find food and defend their territory. The way these insects communicate is also discussed. Mole crickets are then shown in more detail. These insects have adapted to their unique underground environment but are as fiercely ter ...
The modern and historic features of its world-class city, London, set the tone for an introduction to the small but important island nation of England. The southwest coastal fishing villages of Cornwall and Devon are contrasted with many regions to the no ...
Interview: Honor Student
This program gently invites parents and teachers to turn away from a vision of a deaf child as someone with a hearing loss to be remediated, and to see instead the unique individual before them. In addition, they will be given very specific and practical ...
Communism in the Ukraine
Despite being Europe?s second vastest country, Ukraine has often been threatened by its larger Russian neighbor, as well as by other invaders. Its greatest city, Kiev, has its own historical treasures and renown, as have other cultural and geographic site ...
Grandfather Gruff's Dare
Three billy goats want to get to the other side of the highway to eat the lovely grass there. The only obstacle is the troll who lives under the bridge.
Oceans in Trouble
Segment presents and discusses two threats to our oceans - pollution and over-fishing.
1948 - Tennessee Williams Wins His First Pulitzer Prize for A Street Car Named Desire
After Tennessee Williams, wrote "A Street Car Named Desire", he became the greatest American playwright, and the followed it up with "The Glass Menagerie" and "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof."
In this section you will learn that productive resources (human, natural and capital) are resources used to produce goods and services. These are also called ?factors of production.?
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