American masters.

  • 14 November 2018
cover imageThe story of one of America's most popular, but least understood, artists. While his exhibitions routinely broke attendance records, art world critics continually assaulted his work. Through unprecedented access to family members, archival materials, and his work, this program presents the most complete portrait of the artist, bearing witness to a legacy just at the moment it is evolving.

The great British baking show.

  • 14 November 2018
cover imageAmateur British bakers compete in a series of weekly baking challenges, with each episode introducing a new technical skill and a challenge in each of three categories: Sigature Bake, to test creative flair and basic baking ability; Technical Bake, in which contestants are given basic recipes consisting of an ingredients list and minimal instruction; and Showstopper Bake, designed to display baking virtuosity.

Nothing left unsaid

  • 14 November 2018
cover imageBorn into one of the wealthiest and best-known families in American history, Gloria Vanderbilt has lived in the public eye for more than 90 years, unapologetically pursuing love, family and career, experiencing extreme tragedy and tremendous success side by side. In this HBO Documentary Films production, Vanderbilt and her son, award-winning TV journalist Anderson Cooper, look back at Vanderbilt's remarkable, still-productive life.

The eugenics crusade

  • 13 November 2018
cover imagePresents the story of the eugenics movement in the U.S., tracing its evolution from a force for human progress through the study of genetics to an anti-humanistic campaign for state-sponsored sterilization and the closing of the country's borders to peoples believed by some to be genetically inferior.

No security, San Jose '99

  • 13 November 2018
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A merry little Christmas

  • 13 November 2018
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Undefeated!

  • 12 November 2018
"Undefeated! is the world's first and only shadow boxing DVD designed specifically for Parkinson's. Patrick teaches you how to shadow box your way to improved and health and function. Fun and effective workouts filmed in beautiful California settings, you'll soon be stalking the ring like a boxer with this fun and unique program."-- from www.smartxpd.com

New York street games

  • 12 November 2018
cover imageNarrated by Hector Elizondo, capturing a special time in American history. From Boxball to Ring-o-levio to Skully, the film addresses the social and cultural importance of these games and the sense of community they engendered.

Tai chi for arthritis

  • 12 November 2018
cover imageIn 1997, Dr. Paul Lam, a family physician and tai chi expert, worked with a team of tai chi and medical specialists to create the Tai Chi for Arthritis program. This program is easy to learn, enjoyable, and provides many health benefits in a relatively short period. Studies have shown that practicing this program reduces pain significantly and improves mobility and balance, which prevents falls in the elderly. The program contains a carefully constructed set of warming-up and cooling-down exercises, Qigong breathing exercises, a Basic Core six movements, an Advanced Extension six movements, and adaptations of the movements for older adults. Most people can learn the basic Tai Chi for Arthritis movements in 8 to 12 one-hour lessons, with regular practice in between lessons. The program has enough depth to allow for continued improvement, greater facility in tai chi, and improved health for many years.

Rooms with a view

  • 11 November 2018
This 20 minute video takes a look at Lincoln County's hotel owners from the 1860s to the 1930s. Their stories provide some interesting insight into the building of Lincoln County.

Wait for your laugh

  • 11 November 2018
cover imageChronicles the showbiz career of Rose Marie, from her start at the age of 4 on her own NBC radio show, through Vaudeville, Vegas, and several television shows.

Understanding the opioid epidemic

  • 11 November 2018
cover imageExamines the toll of opioid addiction in the U.S. on individuals, families, and communities through personal stories, including a couple who lost their son to prescription painkillers, and expert commentary.

The B-side :

  • 11 November 2018
cover imagePortrait photographer Elsa Dorfman found her medium in 1980: the larger-than-life Polaroid Land 20x24 camera. For the next thirty-five years she captured the surfaces of those who visited her Massachusetts studio: families, Beat poets, rock stars, and Harvard notables.

Dark money

  • 10 November 2018
cover imageIt examines one of the greatest present threats to American democracy: the influence of untraceable corporate money on our elections and elected officials. The film takes viewers to Montana, a frontline in the fight to preserve fair elections nationwide, to follow a local journalist working to expose the real-life impacts of the US Supreme Court's Citizens United decision.

Elvis Presley :

  • 10 November 2018
cover imageA two-part profile of Elvis Presley begins with his early life in Mississippi; his first encounter with Sun Records Sam Phillips; tours of the South; and his decision to sign with a national label after his manager, Col. Tom Parker, bought out his contract.

Norah Jones :

  • 10 November 2018
cover imageNorah Jones plays a sold-out show at the world-famous Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club in September 2017. This wonderfully intimate live performance film sees her return to the piano, accompanied on stage by drummer Brian Blade and bassist Chris Thomas to form a classic jazz trio.

Primal twang

  • 10 November 2018
"Primal twang is an exciting theatrical journey through the guitar's colorful and surprisingly controversial 3500-year history. The story of the world's most popular instrument is brought to life through extraordinary stories, rare historical footage and electrifying live performances by legendary world musician Dan Crary, and an all-star ensemble. The film begins with the guitar's ancient ancestors and covers the wildly eclectic forms of music played throughout the centuries. The "instrument of the gods" has become our great connector, our musical mother tongue." --From container.

Three identical strangers

  • 9 November 2018
cover imageThe astonishing true story of three men who make the chance discovery, at the age of nineteen, that they are identical triplets, separated at birth and adopted to different parents. The trio's joyous reunion in 1980 catapults them to fame but it also sets in motion a chain of events that unearths an extraordinary and disturbing secret that goes far beyond their own lives, a secret that goes to the very heart of all human behavior.

Defining hope

  • 9 November 2018
cover image"Defining Hope is a documentary that weaves the stories of patients with life-threatening illness, and the nurses who guide them as they make choices about how they want to live, how much medical technology they can accept, what they hope for and how that hope evolves. It is about optimism and helps us define what 'quality of life' really means. The film focuses on palliative care, end of life issues, and hospice care. It offers a hopeful message about bringing power back to the patient and helping people understand that they have choices when deciding on care when confronting life threatening illness. DEFINING HOPE explores what makes life worth living and what to do for ourselves and our loved ones as we get closer to the end of life. Through the stories of patients, families, nurses, and healthcare professionals, the conversation around quality end-of-life care is brought to the forefront." -- Distributor website.

Coach Jake

  • 9 November 2018
cover imageMartin 'Coach Jake' Jacobson may be the winningest high school soccer coach in New York City public school history, but his greatest victories lie in helping others, and attaining what he likes to call, 'the beautiful game.' Jacobson has won a record seventeen New York City Championships since he began coaching soccer at Martin Luther King Jr. High School in Manhattan in 1994, gaining notoriety for flipping the school's bad reputation to a pillar of the athletic community.

Wonders

  • 8 November 2018
cover imageReporting from the frontiers of science, follow researchers on the winding paths of uncertainty and the unknown. From the mysteries of astrophysics to the technologies that could rival or surpass the abilities of the human mind, the series reveals how far humans have come, how they've managed to get here, and the remarkable scientists who are transforming the world and the future.

To Auschwitz and back :

  • 8 November 2018
cover image"Born in Zakroczym, Poland in 1927, Holocaust Survivor Joe Engel was taken by the Nazis at 14 and never saw his parents again. Now 90 years old, Joe is the embodiment of living history and spends his retirement years ensuring the Holocaust is never forgotten. With the assistance of The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's film and photographic archives, filmmaker Ron Small has successfully weaved Joe Engel's incredible storytelling into a riveting visual presentation that is both historic and contemporary. From the overwhelming despair of the Warsaw Ghetto, to the shroud of unceasing death and suffering that was Birkenau and Auschwitz, to his escape from a Death Train at 17 and his covert work as a freedom fighter, Joe personally takes us on his vivid journey to hell and back. This is a story of faith, renewal and redemption. Joe Engel, with an unwavering will to live, overcame unimaginable horrors to become a treasured citizen, community leader, teacher and philanthropist."--Container.

Whitney

  • 8 November 2018
cover imageWhitney Houston is a musical icon, known for such hit songs as "How Will I Know," "I Will Always Love You" and "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)." Her debut album, "Whitney Houston," set industry records as the best-selling debut album for a female singer. The documentary follows her life and career, culminating in her untimely death at the age of 48. Her friends and family describe their relationship with the singer and her private struggles.

Spying on the royals

  • 7 November 2018
cover imageDeclassified documents bring to light the secret story of the stunning events of 1936, detailing the most controversial espionage operation in British history, targeting King Edward VIII and his feisty American lover Wallis Simpson, both considered major security threats. Edward and Wallis were bugged, wire-tapped, and followed, on the orders of both the British king and the American president.

The New York Cantors

  • 7 November 2018
cover imageYaakov 'Yanky' Lemmer, Azi Schwartz, and Netanel Hershtik come together in Amsterdam's Portuguese Synagogue for this concert of Jewish sacred and secular music. Enjoy shabbat songs, traditional music, and songs with a nod to Broadway.

Mountain

  • 7 November 2018
cover imageFrom Tibet to Australia, Alaska to Norway armed with drones, Go-Pros and helicopters, director Jennifer Peedom has fashioned an astonishing symphony of mountaineers, ice climbers, free soloists, heliskiers, snowboarders, and parachuting mountain bikers. Willem Dafoe provides a narration sampled from British mountaineer Robert Macfarlane's acclaimed memoir Mountains of the Mind.

Strange Victory

  • 6 November 2018
cover image"'Strange Victory' was the first solo film by Leo Hurwitz, a central character in the radical Frontier Film movement. It is both an exposé and inside view of the facts of the Cold War as experienced at the very moment of its birth. The director's vision amounts to an almost surrealist network of images and sounds about the perverse consequences of the "strange victory"--How high hopes are destroyed, and the flowers of evil grow instead, with aggressive Capitalism and anti-Semitism taking over, vampire-like, all aspects of everyday life, probably including personalities who had natural goodness in them. It's not just a Cold War, it is also a civil war. The chilling existence of American fascism is revealed through a puzzle of collage materials."--Container.

The cage fighter

  • 6 November 2018
cover imageWhen life hits him hard, Joe Carman punches back. Newly 40, Joe juggles long hours working in a boiler room, an ongoing custody battle, his wife's chronic illness, and the demands of raising four girls. The one place he finds release is in the ring, where he competes in the bruising sport of mixed martial arts. Despite the promise he made to his family to stop fighting, Joe continues to train secretly, determined to prove that he can keep up with the new crop of younger, up-and-coming competitors. But as he contends with a series of increasingly worrying health scares, the question arises: how much is Joe willing to risk--his family, his marriage, maybe even his life--to keep fighting? A true-life tale of resilience that unfolds with all the drama of fiction, The Cage Fighter is a riveting look at the demons that drive a man to push himself to the limit.

Rumble :

  • 6 November 2018
cover image"This revelatory documentary brings to light the profound and overlooked influence of Indigenous people on popular music in North America. Focusing on music icons like Link Wray, Jimi Hendrix, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Taboo (The Black Eyed Peas), Charley Patton, Mildred Bailey, Jesse Ed Davis, Robbie Robertson, and Randy Castillo, RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World shows how these pioneering Native American musicians helped shape the soundtracks of our lives. The idea for RUMBLE came about when guitarist Stevie Salas, an Apache Indian and one of the film's Executive Producers, realized that no one outside of the music business knew about the profound contribution of these Native musicians. Renewed attention to this missing chapter in the history of American music led to the publishing of Brian Wright-McLeod's The Encyclopedia of Native Music, an exhibit at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, and eventually this documentary." -- Container

Monster in the mind

  • 5 November 2018
Former medical journalist Jean Carper investigates the untold truth behind the world's most feared disease. Using a backdrop of clips from sensational horror and disaster films from the mid-20th century, she attempts to illuminate a disease shrouded in mystery, looking at the truth and fiction of Alzheimer's, its origins and failed searches for a solution, and provides an upbeat vision of what we can do to avoid the disease.

American circumcision

  • 5 November 2018
cover imageThe modern circumcision debate, and the growing Intactivist movement, which says that all human beings should have the right to make their own choices about their bodies.

Sign language 101

  • 5 November 2018
cover image"This DVD is awesome as self-study material, use in classroom, distance learning, teaching, tutoring and countless other ways to learn American Sign Language with three ASL professors." website.

OCD and me

  • 4 November 2018
cover imageSee the work provided by anxiety support groups that give insight into what the disease is like and how it can be managed.

Kingdoms of the sky

  • 4 November 2018
cover imageA landmark three-part series made in conjunction with the BBC, Kingdoms of the Sky reveals the extraordinary animals and remarkable people who make a home on the iconic mountain ranges of the world.

The best of The Supremes on The Ed Sullivan Show

  • 4 November 2018
cover imageA collection of 22 of the Supremes' greatest performances, now in hi-res. Included is the Supremes' very first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show in December 1964, highlighting their #1 hit Come See About Me, plus other timeless performances including You Can't Hurry Love; Love Child; and The Happening. This collection of performances truly showcases why the Supremes are one of Motown's biggest and most beloved acts.

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

  • 4 November 2018
cover imageAmazing performances of the 2014 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction ceremony. Features poignant reunions, moving and often hilarious induction speeches, and performances from various artists.

Common expressions in American Sign Language.

  • 4 November 2018
cover image"For the first time ever, every viewer will get to learn how to express common phrases, sentences and idioms in American Sign Language (ASL). You will learn over 120 complete English sentences and idioms in ASL about everyday life"--Publishers description.

VA

  • 3 November 2018
cover imageThe film takes a broad look at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, examining the organization's history, leadership, structure, funding and relationship to veterans. The film chronicles, in depth and often in wrenching detail, the workings of this crucial but at times beleaguered American institution.

Man in red bandana

  • 3 November 2018
cover imageStory of how the courageous and selfless actions of one man can touch and inspire thousands. A documentary about Welles Remy Crowther, who saved at least ten people on September 11, 2001 at the cost of his own life.

3 days of terror

  • 3 November 2018
cover imageA searing account of the horrific events that began on January 7, 2015, when two brothers, members of Islamic terrorist group Al-Qaeda's branch in Yemen, stormed into the Paris offices of the satiric weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Killing eleven people and injuring eleven others before also killing a French police officer outside, this documentary recalls the horror of the attacks, as well as the courage and resilience of police and Parisian citizens in the face of terrorism.

Jeff Lynne's ELO :

  • 3 November 2018
cover image"The Electric Light Orchestra, led by one of rock's most iconic songwriters and producers Jeff Lynne, are one of the most successful British bands of the seventies and eighties with global sales of over 50 million albums. In September 2014, Jeff Lynne's ELO headlined BBC Radio 2's "Festival In A Day" in London's famous Hyde Park. It was the first time in almost 30 years that the band had performed on a festival stage and they delivered a stunning show. The 50,000 tickets for the event had sold out in a matter of minutes and the fans sang along to hit after hit performed by Jeff Lynne and the band accompanied by the BBC Concert Orchestra."--Container.

Rolling stone :

  • 3 November 2018
cover imageA chronicle of the last 50 years of American music, politics and popular culture. This special documentary offers the unique perspective of a celebrated magazine that always understood that rock 'n' roll was more than just music; it was a cultural force that helped shape America and defined generations.

Titanic's tragic twin

  • 2 November 2018
cover imageIn 1916, the HMHS Britannic, the last of the line of vessels that produced the Titanic, was sunk by a mine off the Greek Island of Kea. This program recounts the event, reconstructing from historic documents and artifacts the ship's final hour, and includes interviews with the decendants of survivors.

The men who built America.

  • 2 November 2018
cover imageFrom the Revolution through the California Gold Rush, it tells the visceral, immersive narrative of the American frontier through the eyes of the most iconic figures who explored and fought to claim the country's vast wilderness. A prequel to the first award-winning miniseries, this four-part docuseries features dramatized portrayals of Daniel Boone, Tecumseh, Lewis & Clark, Davy Crockett, Andrew Jackson, John Fremont, Kit Carson.

I am MLK Jr.

  • 2 November 2018
cover imageFollowing his journey across the mountaintops and valleys while capturing the Civil Rights Movement at large, the film provides intimate, firsthand insights on Dr. King, exploring moments of personal challenge and elation, and an ongoing movement that is as important today as when Dr. King first shone a light on the plight of his fellow African Americans.

The Gilded Age

  • 1 November 2018
cover imageA compelling and complex story of one of the most convulsive and transformative eras in American history. In the closing decades of the nineteenth century, the U.S. population doubled in the span of a single generation, national wealth expanded, and two classes rose simultaneously, separated by a gulf of experience and circumstance that was unprecedented in American life.

The doors

  • 1 November 2018
cover imageHere, for the very first time, is the last Doors concert ever filmed, live at the Isle of Wight Festival, 1970.

The coddling of the American mind

  • 1 November 2018
cover imageThe great untruths are harming kids by teaching them the opposite of ancient wisdom and the opposite of modern psychological findings on grit, growth, and antifragility. The result is rising rates of depression and anxiety, along with endless stories of college campuses torn apart by moralistic divisions and mutual recriminations.

Won't you be my neighbor?

  • 31 October 2018
cover imageAs one of America's most beloved children's show hosts, Mr. Rogers remains one of the most iconic television figures for families worldwide. This documentary takes a closer look at the person behind the show, persona, and personality that helped define what it meant to be a good person and be a part of a healthy community. Through his children's show, Mr. Rogers would go on to inspire a generation by not skirting real world issues, confronting issues of social justice and maturity through a lens that provided an educational aspect that was approachable by kids and appreciated by the entire family.

The breach

  • 31 October 2018
cover imageWhen fishing guide/filmmaker Mark Titus learns why wild salmon populations plummeted in his native Pacific Northwest, he embarks on a journey to discover where the fish have gone and what might bring them back. Along the way, Titus unravels a trail of human hubris, historical amnesia and potential tragedy looming in Alaska, all conspiring to end the most sustainable wild food left on the planet.

Saturday night live.

  • 31 October 2018
cover imageMemorable moments from Chris Farley's appearances on Saturday Night Live as he portrays the Chippendales dancer, Matt Foley (motivational speaker), Bennet Brauer (news correspondent) and other characters.

Bill Maher

  • 30 October 2018
cover imageIn an all-new solo HBO comedy special, Maher offers his candid opinions on a wide range of social and political issues including sex, drugs, Iraq, immigrantion, President Bush, and much more.

RBG

  • 30 October 2018
cover imageAt the age of 85, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has developed a lengthy legal legacy while becoming an unexpected pop culture icon. But the unique personal journey of her rise to the nation's highest court has been largely unknown, even to some of her biggest fans - until now. RBG explores Ginsburg's life and career.

Emergency medical words & sentences in American Sign Language.

  • 30 October 2018
cover imagePresents instruction in American Sign Language for use in medical emegencies, covering: disasters and situations; hospital terms; medical conditions; medical terms; religious terms; time; transportation; treatments and procedures.

American Sign Language vocabulary builder.

  • 30 October 2018
cover imagePresents easy-to-follow ASL vocabulary in the following areas of daily function: actions and verbs; clothes; states and cities; food and drinks; and transportation. Includes exercises for using the newly learned vocabulary in sentences.

Evelyn Wood reading dynamics :

  • 29 October 2018
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Evelyn Wood reading dynamics.

  • 29 October 2018
cover imageThis program teaches you how to read faster, comprehend better, and remember more.

Around the world with Orson Welles

  • 29 October 2018
cover imageThe renowned Orson Welles, who wrote and directed this 1955 British television series for Associated Rediffusion, leads his inimitable style to this tour through Europe, meeting up with celebrities and ordinary people, discussing everything from bullfighting to Sacher Tortes. This DVD contains all 6 episodes for the series, including the previously lost Revisiting Vienna aka The Third Man Returns to Vienna, where he takes us to some of the locations if The Third Man. The documentary, The Dominici Affair, tells the story of and reconstructs the unfinished episode also known as The Tragedy of Lurs, and is included as a bonus.

Around the world with Orson Welles

  • 29 October 2018
cover imageThe renowned Orson Welles, who wrote and directed this 1955 British television series for Associated Rediffusion, leads his inimitable style to this tour through Europe, meeting up with celebrities and ordinary people, discussing everything from bullfighting to Sacher Tortes. This Blu-ray contains all 6 episodes for the series, including the previously lost Revisiting Vienna aka The Third Man Returns to Vienna, where he takes us to some of the locations if The Third Man. The documentary, The Dominici Affair, tells the story of and reconstructs the unfinished episode also known as The Tragedy of Lurs, and is included as a bonus.

Earth's natural wonders.

  • 28 October 2018
cover imageEarth's Natural Wonders are parts of the natural world that nature has carved on an almost unbelievable scale, from vast mountain ranges to impenetrable rainforests and dazzling tropical islands, where nature is visible at its most primal, most powerful, and most extraordinarily beautiful. For human beings, survival within these wonders can pose extraordinary challenges.

Burn fat fast.

  • 28 October 2018
cover imageThese workouts condition your heart, crunch calories and melt pounds fast. Combines dynamic punches, kicks and a variety of moves to trim the hips, thighs, buns and arms. Skate, ski and jump your way to a fine-tuned body. Slim down with a classic combo of grapevines, ponies and heel jacks. Shake your hips and tighten your tummy with this low-impact cardio dance routine.

I am another you

  • 28 October 2018
cover imageEating garbage, dodging police, and hitching rides with strangers, award-winning Chinese filmmaker Nanfu Wang shares the streets with a young drifter named Dylan who left a comfortable home and loving family for a life of intentional homelessness. Fascinated by his choice and rejection of society's rules, Nanfu follows Dylan with her camera on a journey that takes her across America and explores the meaning of freedom - and its limits.

Strange occurrences in a small Irish village :

  • 28 October 2018
cover imageAn apparition of the Virgin Mary. A multi-million euro restoration project. A plane full of American pilgrims en route. Thousands of faithful seeking a miracle. Strange Occurrences in a small Irish village explores the big question of faith, in a small Irish village. One dark evening in 1879 in the town of Knock, Ireland, fifteen villagers claim to witness a vision of the Virgin Mary. After two official inquiries, the village was declared a Marian Shrine. Today, Knock’s 2,000 residents welcome over one million pilgrims annually. In the village, we meet people with compelling stories – invalids seeking cures; the eight sibling owners of rival religious merchandise shops; a woman relieved of multiple sclerosis during a 1970s pilgrimage; feisty Mildred, advocate for gender parity for the shrine’s handmaids; and the staff of the Knock Marriage Bureau, the matchmakers behind one thousand marriages and counting. Father Richard has a vision of his own – to bring Knock into the twenty-first century. The charismatic, outward-looking Parish Priest is on a mission to entice new transatlantic visitors via Knock Airport. With references to ?the scandals?, falling church attendances, and the modernisation of the shrine and the village itself, Strange Occurrences in a small Irish village presents a timely reflection on the position of the Church in modern Ireland. For the faithful it celebrates a beacon of spiritual hope; for sceptics it opens an enticing window on an anachronistic but thriving world.

Trafficked in America

  • 28 October 2018
cover imageGet the inside story of Guatemalan teens forced to work against their will in Ohio. An investigation of labor trafficking exposes a criminal network that exploited undocumented minors, companies profiting from forced labor, and the US government's role.

Rainy River Romance

  • 28 October 2018
cover imageA nature and musical relaxation DVD.

Basquiat :

  • 28 October 2018
cover imageJean-Michel Basquiat was a rock star of the early 80s art scene: he lived fast, died young and created thousands of drawings and paintings. It took less than a decade to go from anonymous graffiti writer to an epoch-defining art star. He has emerged as one of the most important artists of his generation and his work is now exhibited in museums all over the world.

Stories of hope and recovery :

  • 27 October 2018
Presents first-person accounts of three suicide survivors and related accounts of their ordeals and recoveries from their family members and health professionals.

Poverty, politics & profits :

  • 27 October 2018
cover imageLooks into reasons why despite billions of dollars going into subsidized housing for the poor, many in need experience difficulty acquiring adequate housing. Explores racial inequality in the housing market.

The amazing human body

  • 27 October 2018
cover imageThis three-part series uses cutting-edge graphics to reveal the surprisingly beautiful biological processes that keep one alive. Discover the ingenious ways your body develops, adapts, and endures, and witness the fascinating and finely tuned systems that keep one's body motoring, and the scientists guessing.

The undefeated

  • 27 October 2018
cover imageChronicles the rise of Sarah Palin, former Governor of Alaska.

The Mayo Clinic :

  • 27 October 2018
cover imageDiscover the story of the renowned institution that has been called a 'Medical Mecca', the 'Supreme Court of Medicine', and the 'place for hope when there is no hope'.

Walk your way thin.

  • 27 October 2018
cover imageSansone presents a walking workout using resistance tubes to burn calories, tone muscle, and increase cardiovascular fitness.

Sex, lies and butterflies

  • 27 October 2018
cover imageButterflies have been flying around the planet for over 50 million years, and today around 20,000 different species inhabit the globe. From egg to caterpillar to chrysalis to the winged insect, this follow their life stages, highlighting their survival techniques and the new science that is unlocking the secrets of their world and changing the view of these fantastic and yet fragile creatures.

Museum masterpieces

  • 26 October 2018
cover imageProfessor Catherine B. Scallen, an Associate Professor of Art History at Case Western Reserve University, presents an overview of the history of the National Gallery of London and focuses on several of its collections.

The 5 minute workout for Parkinson's

  • 26 October 2018
A series of 10 unique and invigorating 5 minute workouts designed to make you feel better. On his 5 minute workout DVD Patrick delivers some of his best routines, stretches and exercises that address the symptoms that can occur with Parkinson's.
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