5 Radio show (France Culture) discusses the history of French cinema over a century (1895-1995):
DETAIL OF EMISSIONS: Track Listing
1st Issue: Period 1895 to 1928 (1:55).
2nd Issue: Period 1929 to 1939 (1:51).
3 rd Issue: Period 1940 to 1957 (1:55).
4 th Issue: Period 1957 to 1973 (1:54).
5 th Issue: Period 1974 to 1995 (1:54). Continue reading France Culture – A History Of French Cinema (2000)
Dalai Lama – The Path to Enlightenment
Dalai Lama – The Meaning of Life
Dalai Lama – The Art Of Happiness
Dalai Lama – Heart Sutra
Dalai Lama – How To Practice
Dalai Lama – Lamp for the Path to Enlightenment Continue reading Dalai Lama – 6 Dalai Lama books (2006)
The Complete Arkangel Shakespeare: 38 Fully-Dramatized Plays by William Shakespeare (Author), Eileen Atkins (Narrator), Joseph Fiennes (Narrator), Sir John Gielgud (Narrator), Emily Woof (Narrator)
The Complete Shakespeare for the 21st Century . This release is of major importance: for the first time all of Shakespeare’s plays are available on CD in a single set, produced by a single creative team with an extraordinary cast, with the utmost attention to detail to guarantee a listening experience that’s accessible and enjoyable.
Arkangel Productions brings together the best of academic and entertainment industry expertise. Tom Treadwell, a university professor who specialized in Elizabethan drama, and Bill Shepherd from the world of film and TV production, worked with Clive Brill, a former BBC director/producer, to make their vision a reality. Their goal was, simply, to produce Shakespeare for the 21st Century , the definitive, ultimate audio Shakespeare. This is it – they have achieved their goal.
The creative team designed a sophisticated layering of sound and music to provide a complete audio environment. Music was composed by Dominique Le Gendre, whose award-winning talents matched the art of the performers. All the plays were recorded at one of London?s leading studios. The Sound House. Continue reading William Shakespeare – The Complete Arkangel Shakespeare – 38 plays (2003)
Walden (also known as Walden; or, Life in the Woods) by Henry David Thoreau is one of the best-known non-fiction books written by an American.
Published in 1854, it details Thoreau’s life for two years, two months, and two days in second-growth forest around the shores of Walden Pond, not far from his friends and family in Concord, Massachusetts. Walden was written so that the stay appears to be a year, with expressed seasonal divisions. Thoreau called it an experiment in simple living. Continue reading Henry David Thoreau – Walden (1854)