Humanities

Series

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USA, 1949, B&W, Film Noir, dir. Byron Haskin, with Lizabeth Scott & Arthur Kennedy
Premiere Date: 12/16/2017
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USA, 1956, B&W, Film Noir, dir. Mark Stevens, with Mark Stevens & Felicia Farr
Premiere Date: 12/16/2017
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USA, 1951, B&W, Film Noir, dir. Max Nosseck, with Lawrence Tierney & Allene Roberts
Premiere Date: 12/16/2017
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USA, 1951, B&W, Film Noir, Dir. Tay Garnett, with Loretta Young & Barry Sullivan
Premiere Date: 12/16/2017
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USA, 1953, B&W, Anti-War drama, dir. Stanley Kubrick, with Frank Silvewra & Paul Mzursky
Premiere Date: 12/12/2017
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USA, 1952, B&W, Cold War Drama, dir. Alfred E. Green, with Dan O'Herlihy & Peggy Castle
Premiere Date: 12/12/2017
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USA, 1943, B&W, Biopic, dir. Henry King, with Jennifer Jones & Vincent Price
Premiere Date: 12/12/2017
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USA, 1938, B&W, War Drama, dir. Edmund Goulding, with David Niven, Errol Flynn, & Basil Rathbone
Premiere Date: 12/12/2017
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USA, 2014, Color/B&W, Documentary-Biography, dir. Chuck Workman, with Orson Welles & Peter Bogdanovich
Premiere Date: 12/12/2017
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How can you live well with an incurable disease? Dr. Steven Pantilat, an expert in hospice and palliative care, talk with journalist Katie Hafer about innovative approaches for dealing with serious illness. Recorded on 06/08/2017.
Premiere Date: 10/9/2017
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Dr. Robert Wachter discusses his book "The Digital Doctor" that explores the complex interaction of medicine and information technology. Medicine is both an enormous business and a distinctly human endeavor which makes the interaction of medicine and information technology very complex. Recorded on 06/01/2017.
Premiere Date: 10/2/2017
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In the wilderness there is an obvious danger of being bitten by snakes, insects and arthropods. Dr. Susanne Spano offers advice on what to do in case you meet are bitten by a venomous creature far from medical help. Recorded on 05/24/2017.
Premiere Date: 9/28/2017
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Where is the line between 'enough' and 'too much' treatment? That is the topic of Sharon Kaufman's book that explores how any technology or practice that prevents death became the ordinary standard of care. She and palliative care doctor Dawn Gross discuss how improving technologies for extending life intensify debates about the issues surrounding aging and dying. Recorded on 05/25/2017.
Premiere Date: 9/25/2017
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Two nutty bellhops raise havoc at a posh hotel.

(USA, 1925, B&W, 23 mins, dir. Ted Burnsten, with Bobby Ray & Oliver Hardy)

Premiere Date: 9/23/2017
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Hypothermia is a potentially dangerous drop in body temperature. If the temperature drops too low it is a medical emergency. Emergency medicine specialist Dr. Chris Colwell explains the risk factors and the signs and symptoms of hypothermia so that it can be managed as soon as possible. Recorded on 04/26/2017.
Premiere Date: 9/21/2017
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When a new technology makes people ill, how high does the body count have to be before protective steps are taken? Dr. Paul Blanc discusses his book "Fake Silk" that explores cellulose viscose, an industrial hazard whose egregious history ranks with those of asbestos, lead, and mercury. Recorded on 05/18/2017.
Premiere Date: 9/18/2017
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Starting with a fascinating history of diving, Dr. Stephen Hoffman explores various causes, effects, and symptoms of diving accidents and complications. Recorded on 05/10/2017.
Premiere Date: 9/14/2017
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Aimee Medeiros discusses her book "Heightened Expectations" with Elena Conis. They explore the history of American's ideas about height and how short stature, particularly in boys, became a "disease" in need of medical treatment - which spawned the multibillion dollar human growth industry. Recorded on 05/11/2017.
Premiere Date: 9/11/2017
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Dr. Preston Maxim explores two situations that may require emergency aid: lightning injury and hyperthermia. Lightning injuries range from mild (temporarily stunned) to severe (full cardiac arrest). Hyperthermia, overheated body, has many stages and can be very dangerous. Find out what you can do as a bystander or a victim. Recorded on 05/24/2017.
Premiere Date: 9/7/2017
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Events at Standing Rock from April 2016 to February 2017 altered the media landscape. To discuss that aspect of the opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline are some of the organizers of the opposition and indigenous media makers. Panelists: John Bigelow, Paula Antoine, and Myron Dewey. Moderator: Todd Darling. Recorded on 05/19/2017.
Premiere Date: 9/5/2017
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