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A western narred bandicoot scampers through dense scrub and thickets after nightfall, searching for food. The little marsupial adeptly unearths insects and roots with its sharp foreclaws, and with its long nose probes the sandy soil and crevices for seeds and herbs. During the day, the solitary bandicoot nestles into a shallow nest to sleep, […] Read more


In our next segment, we visit individual stadiums, explore tales of the classic teams, legendary stars, and the devotion of the American baseball fan. First stop: Yankee Stadium, home of the team America loves to hate and breeding ground for a host of superstars and legends. Back at the Hall of Fame in the World […] Read more

Baseball (Ken Burn’s Documentary)

In 1909, a man named Charles Hercules Ebbets began secretly buying up adjacent parcels of land in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn including the site of a garbage dump called “pig town” because of the pigs that once ate their fill there and the stench that filled the air. He hoped eventually to build a […] Read more


The American rock group, The Beach Boys, are known for their rich vocal harmonies and for songs about cars, love, and surfing in the California sun. The band was formed in 1961 by three brothers from Hawthorne, California – Brian, Carl, and Dennis Wilson, their cousin Mike Love, and a friend Al Jardine. The Beach […] Read more


The beaver builds its lodge out of intertangled twigs and sticks; as freezing weather nears, they plaster their lodge with mud, making a concrete layer that no predator can break through. During the early nineteenth century, the beaver pelt was the single most valuable commodity; the pelt being used for robes, coats, clothing trims, and […] Read more


One of the biggest misconceptions about belly dancing is that its purpose is to entertain men. It’s not-it’s actually used to entertain women and for fertility rites. It’s been portrayed in hieroglyphics on the pyramids; it’s one of the oldest recorded dances in history […] Read more

Biblical Narration

16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. 17 For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved. 18 He that believeth on him […] Read more


In 1997 it was hard not to believe in Big Forks dark side. The ruthless murder of a well-known resident stunned the town. The crime loomed over this bayside village for months, as the astonishing facts about who was behind the killing came to light. Big Fork Montana, an isolated outpost on the shore of […] Read more

Blank Spot

“For a transitory enchanted moment, man must have held his breath in the presence of this continent.” F Scott Fitzgerald. Before Europeans ever came ashore in the New World, ancient forests stretched in an unbroken expanse from the Mississippi to the Atlantic Ocean, from northern Canada to Florida. In the West, vast open prairies were […] Read more

Border Raiders

Most strongholds in the Border region employed groups of mercenaries known as reivers (or Raiders). These highly motivated soldiers would organize bloody Border raids to loot and kidnap; indeed to be visited by such a raiding party coined the phrase, “to be bereaved.” Once an individual was taken, he was dragged back to the castle, […] Read more