After Hours – Why Time Travel Wouldn’t Work For Everyone

After Hours – Why Time Travel Wouldn’t Work For Everyone

Soren: It’s not magic. Michael: It’s ostensibly magic. I mean I can’t explain it. You can’t explain it. No, I think I could, generally speaking Okay. Fine. All right. Pretend I’m a medieval peasant and explain this to me Uhhh, yeah, okay. Uh, let’s see. …

The Journey of UM – Part 3

The Journey of UM – Part 3

It’s been almost 200 years since the establishment of the University of Malta as the island’s highest educational institution. By this time, the University was made up of six faculties, those of Theology, Law, Medicine and Surgery, Engineering and Architecture, Literature and Science. In the …

The Curse of Civil War Gold: New Evidence at the Bottom of Lake Michigan (Season 2) | History

The Curse of Civil War Gold: New Evidence at the Bottom of Lake Michigan (Season 2) | History

Journey through history with David McCullough

Journey through history with David McCullough

Safer: He’s won most of the literary prizes worth winning. His voice is familiar to anyone who watches public television. As an historian, he’s bridged that yawning gap between popular and academic history. david McCullough is in love with america’s history, from its struggling birth …

Journey to the Copper Age

Journey to the Copper Age

>>Hello, good afternoon. And a very happy Mothers’ Day, and such a gorgeous day outside. Thank you so much for coming. My name is Jacob Fisch. I’m the executive director of the Friends of the Israel Antiquities Authority. And on behalf of Shelby White, chairman …

Australian Journey introduction

Australian Journey introduction

SUSAN CARLAND: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this series may contain images, voices or names of deceased persons. SUSAN CARLAND: Imagine the world’s island continent ringed by the rolling seas of three separate oceans. BRUCE SCATES: Imagine a coastline that …

The Journey of UM – Part 2

The Journey of UM – Part 2

Now, where were we? Ah yes! We’re approaching the 19th Century in our journey through the University’s history. Malta in the 1800s was part of the British Empire. It was at this point that the Language Question became central to University and the wider politics …

History of Space Travel – Looking to the Stars – Extra History – #1

On the plains of Britain, a man stands looking to the heavens. Soon, his whole tribe will drag great stones here, to mark the passage of the days. Meanwhile, in Central America, a Mayan scholar observes the moon. Suddenly, realization dawns: the cycle of the …

The Future of Cyberwarfare | Origins: The Journey of Humankind

The Future of Cyberwarfare | Origins: The Journey of Humankind

NARRATOR: September 11, 2001, terror strikes set the tone for warfare in the 21st century. But the 21st century has also seen the rise of another kind of warfare– warfare that lets nations and loners do battle without guns or bombs. These days, the biggest …

Marrakesh Practical Travel Tips | The Planet D | Travel Vlog

Marrakesh Practical Travel Tips | The Planet D | Travel Vlog

If you are invited to dinner in Marrakesh, make sure you don’t go empty handed. a good gift to bring are some figs shokran that’s what you do It is customary for people of the same sex to greet each other with a handshake once …