Caves of Altamira
The 20,000-year-old caves of Altamira are among the greatest and the least known of the monuments of prehistory.
Geographical Eye Over Africa
The Series Includes : Nigeria: A Tale of Two Families | Nigeria: Dammed Water | Lagos: Rich Man, Poor Man | Zimbabwe: Tourism Along the Zambezi River | Zambia: A Copper Miner's Family
Global Issues in Our Developing World
The Series Includes : Ecology and the Environment: Galapagos, Mauritania, Madagascar | Economic Development: Colombia, Bolivia, India | Human Rights: Haiti, Turkey, Oman | Drugs and Health: Peru, Uganda, Turkey
Les Fetes en France—In French with French Subtitles
France’s long and colorful history has given its people many reasons to celebrate—the country’s calendar contains a large number of historical and religious festivals. Filmed entirely in France, this entertaining program explores five of the most significant French holidays: Pâques (Easter), Les Fêtes des Rois (Three Kings Day), Poisson d'Avril (April Fool’s Day), La Fête Nationale (The National Celebration, also known in English as Bastille Day), and Noël (Christmas).
The video addresses the importance of cultural awareness in learning a language. A viewable/printable worksheet (in English) is available online. (French with French subtitles)
Indonesia's Irian Jaya is the only remaining place where civilized man can come into contact with the primitive world.