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The great tours African safari.

"Take an exhilarating voyage into Africa with an experienced safari guide who will show you the amazing diversity and beauty of the continent."--Container.

America's musical heritage

Professor Anthony Seeger teaches viewers how to listen to the music of America with new ears. Produced in collaboration with Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, proprietor of the vast treasury of American vernacular music, ...

Great American music Broadway musicals. —Messenger, Bill, lecturer.
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Professor Bill Messenger of The Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University delivers 16 lectures (45 min. each) on the history of musicals and Broadway.

Polar explorations

Delve into the fascinating history, science, culture, and wildlife of Antarctica and the Arctic -- and learn to photograph them like a pro -- in this educational adventure from National Geographic and The Great Courses

The life and writings of C.S. Lewis —Markos, Louis.

Twelve lectures on the author C.S. Lewis.

Pioneering skills for everyone : modern homesteading

Learn step-by-step approach to modern homesteading no matter where you live.

The cathedral

A course on the cathedral in Western civilization.

Dutch masters the age of Rembrandt

This 36 lecture series surveys the great artistic talent in Holland in the 17th century, showing approximately 450 pieces of art.

Introduction to the Qur'an

"Travel back to the 7th century Mecca to learn the earliest history of Islam and to discover the world into which it was born."--Container.

The medieval world —Armstrong, Dorsey, 1970-

Between the fall of the Roman Empire and the brief, brilliant cultural phenomenon we call the Renaissance lay the Middle Ages - fully 1,000 years of artistic, philosophical, political, and religious turmoil and treasures...

The rise and fall of the British Empire

Professor Patrick N. Allitt, Emory University, delivers lectures on the history of the British Empire.

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