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Busasaurus - Magic School Bus
Were dinosaurs the biggest, meanest animals that ever lived? To find out, the kids at Magic School Bus travel back to the Late Cretaceous Period - 67 million years ago. There, they see dinosaurs eat, hunt, rest, and fight. Some even take care of baby dinosaurs! The kids discover that not all dinosaurs were huge - some were as small as rabbits. And most dinosaurs weren't killers - they preferred plants to dino-burgers. But one meat eater - Tyrannosaurus rex - has a taste for a Magic School Bus sa
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Brewing beer in Pakistan


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Birth of the HammerKlavier
Johanna took Ludwig back to court after her son, Karl, ran away from Beethoven's home.  She argued that her brother-in-law was disregarding her son’s best interests.  At the end of all the legal wrangling and court hearings, however, Johanna lost all control of her son. (9:59)

During the second custody battle, Beethoven was able to keep composing.  He worked on his extremely complicated piano solo, the Hammerklavier.  Its music is unrelenting, difficult-to-play and emotionally

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1 of 10 -- MOONSHOT
"That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." American astronaut Neil Armstrong spoke those words 40 years ago this summer on July 20, 1969 Just after stepping off the lunar landing module Eagle to become the first human ever to walk on the moon. Back home on Earth (240,000 miles away) more than a billion people were listening to the broadcast. One of the most chronicled events in human history, the moon landing signaled the conquest of a new frontier and cemented America's place
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3 of 10 -- MOONSHOT
"That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." American astronaut Neil Armstrong spoke those words 40 years ago this summer on July 20, 1969 Just after stepping off the lunar landing module Eagle to become the first human ever to walk on the moon. Back home on Earth (240,000 miles away) more than a billion people were listening to the broadcast. One of the most chronicled events in human history, the moon landing signaled the conquest of a new frontier and cemented America's place
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4 of 10 -- MOONSHOT
"That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." American astronaut Neil Armstrong spoke those words 40 years ago this summer on July 20, 1969 Just after stepping off the lunar landing module Eagle to become the first human ever to walk on the moon. Back home on Earth (240,000 miles away) more than a billion people were listening to the broadcast. One of the most chronicled events in human history, the moon landing signaled the conquest of a new frontier and cemented America's place
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2 of 10 -- MOONSHOT
"That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." American astronaut Neil Armstrong spoke those words 40 years ago this summer on July 20, 1969 Just after stepping off the lunar landing module Eagle to become the first human ever to walk on the moon. Back home on Earth (240,000 miles away) more than a billion people were listening to the broadcast. One of the most chronicled events in human history, the moon landing signaled the conquest of a new frontier and cemented America's place
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5 of 10 -- MOONSHOT
"That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." American astronaut Neil Armstrong spoke those words 40 years ago this summer on July 20, 1969 Just after stepping off the lunar landing module Eagle to become the first human ever to walk on the moon. Back home on Earth (240,000 miles away) more than a billion people were listening to the broadcast. One of the most chronicled events in human history, the moon landing signaled the conquest of a new frontier and cemented America's place
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6 of 10 -- MOONSHOT
"That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." American astronaut Neil Armstrong spoke those words 40 years ago this summer on July 20, 1969 Just after stepping off the lunar landing module Eagle to become the first human ever to walk on the moon. Back home on Earth (240,000 miles away) more than a billion people were listening to the broadcast. One of the most chronicled events in human history, the moon landing signaled the conquest of a new frontier and cemented America's place
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7 of 10 -- MOONSHOT
"That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." American astronaut Neil Armstrong spoke those words 40 years ago this summer on July 20, 1969 Just after stepping off the lunar landing module Eagle to become the first human ever to walk on the moon. Back home on Earth (240,000 miles away) more than a billion people were listening to the broadcast. One of the most chronicled events in human history, the moon landing signaled the conquest of a new frontier and cemented America's place
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8 of 10 -- MOONSHOT
"That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." American astronaut Neil Armstrong spoke those words 40 years ago this summer on July 20, 1969 Just after stepping off the lunar landing module Eagle to become the first human ever to walk on the moon. Back home on Earth (240,000 miles away) more than a billion people were listening to the broadcast. One of the most chronicled events in human history, the moon landing signaled the conquest of a new frontier and cemented America's place
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9 of 10 -- MOONSHOT
"That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." American astronaut Neil Armstrong spoke those words 40 years ago this summer on July 20, 1969 Just after stepping off the lunar landing module Eagle to become the first human ever to walk on the moon. Back home on Earth (240,000 miles away) more than a billion people were listening to the broadcast. One of the most chronicled events in human history, the moon landing signaled the conquest of a new frontier and cemented America's place
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10 of 10 -- MOONSHOT
"That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." American astronaut Neil Armstrong spoke those words 40 years ago this summer on July 20, 1969 Just after stepping off the lunar landing module Eagle to become the first human ever to walk on the moon. Back home on Earth (240,000 miles away) more than a billion people were listening to the broadcast. One of the most chronicled events in human history, the moon landing signaled the conquest of a new frontier and cemented America's place
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The British Empire after World War II - The Commonwealth 4/5
This part of the documentary show civil war in Rhodesia and how civilians are involved. In 1980 Britain's Empire in Africa is over. Back in the 1960, the video shows how Caribean people were called to Ingland to work. However, there is resistance in society. They resent black immigrants. Most immigrants are offered poor jobs regardless of their trainning. Later, policies do not admit any more blacks. In the 1960's Asian immigrants arrive. Again, there is resistance from the population. There is
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The British Empire after World War II - The Commonwealth 5/5
This part of the History channel documentary refers to the 1990's, when Britatin hands in Hong Kong to China. The two world wars had weakened the Empire and in only 20 years the Empire gave the territories back to its people. The positive legacies of the Empire are named. The negative legacy is exemplified with the situation between India and Pakistan. Also in Rhodesia the attack to white farms has affected the population supply of food. The legacy is also seen in England and its diversity which
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Leonardo da Vinci Biography, Part V
This is an animated biography of Leonardo da Vinci from the Discovery Channel Education series. Leonardo is back in Florence and finds marble to create his statue.
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Elizabeth I - Documentary Part 2
This part of the video narrates Elizabeth's childhood and how she was raised by tutors. It described her knowledge of languages and how she studied hard. In 1544 Henry VII admits Elizabeth and Mary back as his legitimate children. She lives close to Henry vIII's forth wife, Katherine Par. Henry died when she was 13 and Elizabeth's life would become harder. Edward, Henry VIII's only male child, became Edward IV. There is reference to The Seymour family, Edward's mother's family.
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Elizabeth I - Documentary Part 12
This part of the documentary shows the war against the Spanish Armada. Elizabeth had avoided war for years but now her country was at war. There is an account of the causes of the war. Her Catholic enemies were both in England and abroad. Mary had been in prison for years and she had participated in different plots. In Paris, Catholics had attacked and killed protestants. Sr Francis Walsingham, English ambasador in France came back to England. Elizabeth appointed him as advisor. The relationship
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Elizabeth - Documentary part 20
This part of the documentary states the fact that Elizabeth was suspicious of some plots against her. In Ireland there were rebellions supported by Spain. In 1599 a large English army landed in Ireland. Essex was once leading the navy. Essex made secret deals with the rebel leader. Robert Cecil started secret correspondence with James VI of Scotland to garantee his own continuity in power. When Essex came back to England he was interrogated and taken to court.
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Animal Partnerships
David Attenborough looks at how some creatures have formed mutually beneficial partnerships - if you scratch my back, I'll scratch yours. From the BBC.  This video shows how symbiosis occurs in many different species of animals. (4:20)
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