Category Archives: .GERMANY
by Michael Moore a provocative comedy in which he will stop at nothing to figure out how to actually make America great again. Happy Independence Day!
A look at the story of Johann Gutenberg, inventor of the world’s first printing press in the 15th century, and an exploration of how and why the machine was invented. The printing press was the world’s first piece of mass-production … Continue reading
Mary Beard’s Ultimate Rome: Empire Without Limit
The Digital Concert Hall now free for everyone The Philharmonie is closed – so we will come to you!
Blutsbrüder teilen alles Our Big Time Set in the midst of World War 2 and interspersed with beautiful choir music, the horrors of the war unfold when the Germans realized one of the boys in the choir is a Jew … Continue reading
BBC: In Search of the Trojan War Back from Ancient Greece, wish we watched this documentary before the trip… Well, better later than never… Here’s to the next trip to Ancient Greece!
Franziska Buch based Emil und die Detektive on the children’s novel of the same name, written in 1928 by Erich Kästner. She produces a wonderful adaptation which sensitively preserves the core of the story – namely a strong sense of … Continue reading
It all started with a geodome science fair project 🙂 ASM Headquarters and Geodesic Dome, Ohio, USA ASTRODOME, Houston, Texas, USA BIOSPHERE, Montreal, Canada CLIMATRON, St. Louis, Missouri, USA DOME OF THE ROCK, Jerusalem, Israel EDEN PROJECT, Cornwall, UK FLORENCE … Continue reading