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New! The Woman in White: Episode 4 54 min.

Marian overhears Sir Percival and Fosco plotting against Laura. But Marian falls ill and Sir Percival conceals her, telling Laura that she has gone to London. Fosco puts his sinister plan into action. Will Marian be able to save Laura?

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2018

New! The Woman in White: Episode 5 56 min.

Walter, Marian, and Laura are forced into hiding from Sir Percival and Fosco. Sir Percival is haunted by the possibility of his secret being revealed, but Marian and Walter know they must discover it to prove his role in the conspiracy.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2018

New! 10 Monuments that Changed America 56 min.

A whirlwind tour of 10 monuments that mark key moments in American history: from the Statue of Liberty and Mount Rushmore, to the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial and the AIDS Quilt. Find out which 10 monuments made the list!

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2018

New! 10 Streets that Changed America 56 min.

A whirlwind tour of 10 streets that change the way we get around: from Broadway in New York and Wilshire in Los Angeles, to the Boston Post Road and the Lincoln Highway. Find out which 10 streets made the list!

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2018

New! American Masters: Ted Williams 55 min.

American Masters presents a new biography of the Boston Red Sox baseball player whose only goal in life was to be known as the greatest hitter who ever lived. A complex and entertaining portrait of a man who was as obsessive as he was talented, the documentary reveals Ted Williams' complicated relationships with family and friends and explores the impact he has had on the current generation of MLB...

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2018

New! Color and Light: Episode 7 53 min.

In this episode we explore the roles that color and light have played in the formation of art throughout history. We explore the background of the European use of color and the masterpieces which embraced the radiance of gems and silks, from the use of brilliant colors like ultramarine and vermillion, through to the development of obsession with light and shade. We explore the influences of east o...

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2018

New! The Cult of Progress: Episode 8 54 min.

This episode is about the "Progress" as an ideology, and how the "civilizing" project that arose from Enlightenment ideas was fraught with contradictions. During a time when many artists turned to non-Western art and culture for inspiration, artists like Albert Bierstadt, George Catlin and Gottfried Lindauer’s captured very different representations of the relationship between Europeans and indige...

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New! Encounters: Episode 4 54 min.

In the late 1400s, technological advances in seafaring and a thirst for trade conspired to send human beings around the planet further and faster than they'd ever been before. The result was that distant and disparate cultures met for the very first time. It provoked wonder, awe, bafflement and fear. From the magnificent Benin bronzes, recording a relationship of mutual respect and exchange to the...

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2018

New! First Civilizations: Part 1 54 min.

War addresses the paradox that good comes from bad. The threat of destruction engenders a sense of fear, but also creates tighter bonds within a community, while driving an arms race of technological progress. This happened in the Zapotec civilization in Mexico, but also with the Teotihuacan civilization which overthrew the Zapotecs and emerged as the first superpower of the Americas.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2018

New! First Civilizations: Part 2 54 min.

Religion examines the power of a shared belief system, which serves as the social glue to unify a population within a single state. Nowhere was this truer than in Ancient Egypt - still the world’s longest lasting civilization - which depended for its stability on the god-like status of its rulers.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2018