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Martin Burrett

A History of the World - 4 views

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    A superb series of radio programmes from the BBC and the British Museum about the history of humans told through 100 artefacts. The website has all the shows archived and lots more resources to help you retell the human story in your class.
    http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/History
Martin Burrett

Radiowaves - 4 views

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    A website with lots of ideas and advice for making podcast for schools. It is also a place for children to upload and listen to podcasts.
    http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Music%2C+Sound+%26+Podcasts
Martin Burrett

we7 - Stream music - 10 views

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    A good music streaming site. Use the latest tunes in your classroom. Search for an artist to build a playlist. But don't dance in front of your students. No one wants to see that!
    http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Music%2C+Sound+%26+Podcasts
Claude Almansi

Interviews with Orson Welles : pamstv : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive - 2 views

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      other people's movies
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      theatre
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      radio
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      "It's all True" documentary and influence on Welles' carreer
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      Fairy stories, horror, children
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    Recordings of almost 4 hours of a series of interviews conducted by director/author Bogdanovich with Welles between the years 1969 and 1972.

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    In the late '60s and early '70s, filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich had conducted extensive interviews with Welles, but a number of circumstances--including the director's decision to compose an autobiography that he never got around to writing--kept the interviews out of the public eye. Finally edited and annotated by Jonathan Rosenbaum, these conversations give wonderful insights into Welles's craft and personality. He discusses his forays into acting, producing, and writing as well as directing, his confidences and insecurities, and his plans for film projects that were either never made or only partially completed. He also offers insights into the triumph of Citizen Kane and later masterpieces like The Lady from Shanghai, Touch of Evil, Othello, and Chimes at Midnight. His defense of his controversial adaptation of Kafka's The Trial is so fascinating that listeners might want to rush out and rent the film.
Angela Maiers

sciencefriday.com - making science user-friendly - 1 views

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    short videos and podcasts for science classes in middle school and up
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    Great science resources for MS/HS teachers
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