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William Clinton

1993 - 2001 During the administration of Clinton, the U.S. enjoyed more peace and economic well-being than at any time in its history. He was the first Democratic president since FDR to win a second term in office.
Release
Minutes
14
Grade Level
E-S
Format
DVD

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William Faulkner

Mississippi-born Nobel Prize winner Faulkner struggled throughout his life with alcoholism, disappointment in life, and the South's Civil War heritage. In his own difficulties lie many of the sources of inspiration for his writing - Sound and the Fury, Absalom, Absalom, As I Lay Dying, and others.
Release
Minutes
30
Grade Level
S,C
Format
DVD

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William Shakespeare

Travels through Shakespeare's early years in Stratford to his marriage to Anne Hathaway and the London in which he worked.
Release
Minutes
35
Grade Level
S,C
Format
DVD

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William Wordsworth

Traces William Wordsworth's life, focusing on his love of nature and on his relationships with his sister and with Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
Release
Minutes
30
Grade Level
S,C
Format
DVD

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Wine Cents: 4-Part Series

This new series tours various parts of the world with expert wine enthusiasts, sommeliers, and regional cuisine historians offering a wealth of information on the distinctive regional wines and food pairings. Exploring some of the most breathtaking vineyards and unique vintages available today, this show highlights the ins and outs of operating a winery and organic farming from soil analysis, the use of certain terrain-slopes, climates, decanting, to the blending of grapes and the preservation of the wine's distinctive taste. Interviews of winery owners give an insight into the business of wine making as well.
Release
2010
Minutes
26
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Wine Cents: Chardonnay: "So You Dont' Like Chardonnay"

Meet the ugly duckling of the wine family. Mark examines this fascinating blend and the reasons behind why it sometimes gets such a bad rap in the world of wines.
Release
2010
Minutes
26
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Wine Cents: Meritage: "The Balance of Blending"

Learn how the balance of barrels and Bordeaux blends can create a complex, food-friendly wine that is easy on the palete and the pocketbook.
Release
2010
Minutes
26
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Wine Cents: Pinots and Organics: "Three Little Pinots Go to Market"

Discover how grapes that are the most difficult to grow can produce wines that are not only food friendly, but good for you.
Release
2010
Minutes
26
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Wine Cents: Shiraz: Gnarly Old Beasts

Gain a new understanding of Australian Shiraz while uncovering the value in a country that has some of the oldest vines on the planet.
Release
2010
Minutes
26
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Wine-Chateau Haut Brion

Since 1593, a succession of four families has kept the
wine growing tradition of Château Haut Brion estate.
Since the 1930's it has belonged to the family of american
financier Clarence Dillon.

Release
2012
Minutes
26
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Wine-Napa Valley

The american wine industry didn't come into its own until the
1960. Napa Valley led the way in transition from homemade
prohibition era wines and standard table wines to the mature
wines for today's sophisticated palate.

Release
2012
Minutes
52
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Wines

All over the world, French wines are considered exceptional, especially the wines of Bordeaux and Burgundy. In the recent years, California has been producing notable wines, comparable to the best French, Italian and German 'Grands Crus'. A young industry in both Australia and New Zealand, wine making has taken root in the well drained soils of the two countries, becoming a key player in the global wine market.

Release
2012
Minutes
26-52
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Wines-Australia

Wine had to earn the love of Australians, who for years only knew the fortified wines of England and preferred to drink beer. Now wine making here is a blossoming industry. The delicate aromatic wines of Australia are unique and express the low fertility soils of the region.

Release
2012
Minutes
52
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Wines-Chateau Lafite Rothschild

This estate has a rich history and vineyards predating the 17th century. A cooperage on site supplies many wineries with finest French-oak barrels. Barrel making is featured in detail.

Release
2012
Minutes
26
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Wines-Chateau Margaux

The history of Château Margaux goes back to the 12th century. Wine making methods have changed over the centuries, but the memories are kept alive in the estate's antique wine collections.

Release
2012
Minutes
26
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Wines-Chateau Mouton Rothschild

Located in the village of Pouillac, this estate is known for creating some of the best clarets in the world. It has transformed the region, bringing agricultural innovation and the arts to Bordeaux.

Release
2012
Minutes
26
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Wines-New Zealand

Geography of the narrow mountainous islands of New Zealand divides the country into warmer and cooler regions, each optimal with climate for a specific grape varietal. The greatest wine producing regions are Marlborough, Hawkes Bay and Gisborn, while Auckland is the historic origin of New Zealand's wine industry.

Release
2012
Minutes
52
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Wine-Sonoma Valley

The hills and valleys have distinct atmospheric conditions
and are composed of different soils, from volcanic rich soils
to clay. This makes the vineyards of Sonoma Valley a patchwork
of different renowned varietals.

Release
2012
Minutes
26
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Wines-Santa Barbara County

Fame came to this region when the movie Sideways was filmed in its vineyards. Warm climate and mineral rich soils of Santa Barbara County determine which grapes can be grown and how they are treated to produce dark earthy blends.

Release
2012
Minutes
26
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Wired

Explores the biology and function of the bodys nervous system.
Release
Minutes
27
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD and VHS

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Wolf/Baby Animals

Wolves have incredible hearing, sight and smell. They also have a perfect sense of direction. In the winter, their coats turn into thick fur to protect them from the weather. Their typical prey is fast and it is sometimes a group effort to catch food. There is a misconception that wolves attack humans, but the truth is often humans attack first and the wolves must defend themselves.
Release
2007
Minutes
16
Grade Level
P-E
Format
DVD

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Woman Soldiers of WWII (Free a Man to Fight)

Severe manpower shortages forced the U.S. to recruit 400,000 women into military service during WWII.
Release
Minutes
52
Grade Level
C-A
Format
DVD

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Wonders of Chocolate, The

Experience the amazing and delectable delights of chocolate… Plunge your senses into the world of master chocolatier Patrick Roger – from the lab where this audacious artist creates his luxurious chocolate gems
Release
2012
Minutes
52
Grade Level
S-C
Format

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Woodrow Wilson

1913 - 1921 Like Roosevelt before him, Wilson regarded himself a personal representative of the people, who proclaimed America's entrace into World War I a crusade to make the world "safe for democracy."
Release
Minutes
14
Grade Level
E-S
Format
DVD and VHS

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Work

Release
Minutes
25 each
Grade Level
S, G
Format
DVD

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Working Body, The

The morning routine of a young boy reveals how our body works as a system. He uses his muscles and bones to get out of bed, and as he yawns, his lungs, blood and heart work. As he eats his breakfast his digestive system, and his brain as the control center of the body makes all these things happen. All these things are inside our body, beneath our skin.
Release
2003
Minutes
15
Grade Level
I-S
Format
DVD

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World in Conflict, The 1929-1945

A three-cornered contest of Liberal Nazi, and Communism for the future of the world, ending with Communist control of China.
Release
1985
Minutes
26
Grade Level
S,C
Format
DVD and VHS

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World Religions, The 600 BC - AD 500

The great world religions of Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Zoroastrianism, and Taoism all developed in Asia within a thousand years.
Release
1985
Minutes
26
Grade Level
S,C
Format
DVD

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World, The: A Television History - A Twenty-Six Part Series

The World consists of 26 programs and covers the history of the world from the dawn of mankind to ancient Greece and Rome, the expansion of Europe, Asia, and Africa, the development of the United States through the Great Depression and the Cold War, to the present. Concise, accurate and complete, The World is an excellent resource for all students.
Release
1985
Minutes
26x26
Grade Level
S,C
Format
DVD and VHS

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Worlds of Masters 3-Part Series

Worlds of the Masters traces major developments in artistic traditions of Northern and Italian Renaissance.

Release
2011
Minutes
26
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Worlds of the Masters: From Caravaggio to Canaletto

Masterpieces of Carravagio and Rembrant exemplify the 
dramatic use of strong chiaroscuro. A detailed look at the 
work of art historians shows the process of determining 
authorship of a painting previously attributed to Rembrandt.
Release
2011
Minutes
27
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Worlds of the Masters: From Dürer to Ruben

Albrecht Dürer mastered the Florentine style of painting 
and spread its influence to northern Europe.
Release
2011
Minutes
27
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Worlds of the Masters: From Van Eyck to Titian

Breaking away from stylistic canon of medieval religious
art, artists of the early Renaissance turned to oil painting,
visual perspective and realism. Flemish 15th century
master van Eyck introduced unprecedented realism to the
rendering of light.
Release
2011
Minutes
27
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Written Word, The - A Three Part Series

The Written Word investigates the development of ancient writing. Who invented letters, how did they do it, and what was their motivation? The answers to these questions provide a key to understanding the development of civilization itself.
Release
2005
Minutes
3x28
Grade Level
S,C
Format
DVD and VHS

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Year in Argiano, The

A unique and entertaining look into the art and craft of making great wine, spiced with beautiful images of the Tuscan landscape. Spend a year in one of oldest and finest wineries in Tuscany as we head to Argiano, situated in the beautiful Moltalcino region and produces the famous Brunello di Montalcino.
Release
2010
Minutes
26
Grade Level
S-C
Format
DVD

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Yim And Thai Boxing- Thailand

Yim is trying to be like his older brother who is the featherweight junior world champion, has boxed all over the world, and is a real star.
Release
1998
Minutes
13
Grade Level
E,I
Format
DVD

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Young Akbar, The

When the second Emperor Humayun died suddenly, his 13-year-old son was crowned emperor. He was called Akbar, meaning great. Akbar would grow up amply to deserve that name, for he was to be undeniably the greatest of the great moghuls.
Release
1990
Minutes
30
Grade Level
S, C
Format
DVD

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Zandile in South Africa

I am Zandile from Atteridgeville, South Africa. It is near Pretoria, the nation's capital. At school I am the captain of the drum majorettes. I like to study math, English and Setswana.
Release
2003
Minutes
15
Grade Level
E-I
Format
DVD and VHS

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