Tibet: A Buddhist Trilogy takes you on an intimate journey deep into the heart of an ancient Buddhist world. Four years in the making and hailed as a cinematic masterpiece in 1979, writer/director Graham Coleman's three-part feature has been unseen for over 20 years. Now, the film has been reworked into a single presentation, complete with digital restoration of the original material and new commentary. Part 1 is an intimate portrait of the Dalai Lama as a spiritual and temporal leader.

42,000 Years ago, the only humans in Europe made clothes, educated their young, made tools. But they weren’t the same as us.
Now the very latest technology can reveal exactly how they lived, the dangers they faced and the communities they made in the Neander valley in Germany.
We all know the word “Neanderthal” to be an unflattering qualifier for some of our more uncultured and dim-witted fellow humans.
But was the real Neanderthal man truly such an intellectual dunce? The Real Neanderthal Man looks at modern scientific findings that reveal quite the opposite.

Burj Khalifa (Arabic: برج خليفة‎ "Khalifa Tower"),known as Burj Dubai prior to its inauguration, is a skyscraper in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and the tallest man-made structure ever built, at 828 m. Construction began on 21 September 2004, with the exterior of the structure completed on 1 October 2009. The building officially opened on 4 January 2010. The building is part of the 2 km2 flagship development called Downtown Burj Khalifa at the "First Interchange" along Sheikh Zayed Road, near Dubai's main business district.

Nadjia Varney, host of School Talk, converses with Associate Professor of Educational Transformation, Mark A. Hicks. Dr. Hicks' approach focuses on affecting habits of mind and heart. The goal of his intense, extended course is to produce transformed teachers who, in turn, transform schools to create justice-oriented ways of thinking, learning, and being.

Andrew W. Lo, director of the Massachusetts Institute of Technologys Laboratory for Financial Engineering, breaks down the hot debate brewing about the cause of the current financial crisis. Learn the arguments for and against the claim that complex financial securities and the mathematical models used to manage them should take the blame. Was it systematically programmed or just human nature?

In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, one Tulane University student decided to do her part to revitalize her campus and community. Join Erica Trani, Tulane alumnus and now business entrepreneur, to learn about her experiences with fair trade in economically developing areas. Inspired by travels to Ecuador, she returned to the states to begin IN Exchange, an on-campus enterprise that exhibits local and global goods for a fair price.

Communication is a crucial part of everyone's life, yet millions of Americans suffer from communication disorders. In fact, stuttering affects about 1 percent of the U. S. population. Dr. Dennis Drayna, of the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, explains how genes affect the ability to communicate and discusses his work with stuttering and disorders of pitch recognition, also known as 'tone deafness.'

The first in a series of programs exploring Multiple Sclerosis from A to Z, this program takes a broad view of the autoimmune disease which affects the brain and central nervous system. UW researchers as well as nationally- and internationally-renowned experts define MS and explore current concepts of the disease.

Some 900 million miles from the Sun in the outer regions of our Solar System orbiting the planet Saturnlies a mysterious world. Enceladus is enveloped in ice. Because nearly all of the sunlight that manages to hit its surface is reflected back into space, its one of the brightest objects in the solar system. It turns out that this distant outpost may harbor subsurface oceans and pre-conditions for life.

Rave music consists of forms of electronic dance music that are associated with the rave scene.

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