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    Re: Documentary recomendations

    I'm so excited! Thanks for the suggestions. And yes, Missouri has an interesting but mostly sad past. I've also watched docs on 'Hillbilly life" and "farm steading" and it's like a walk down memory lane (for Southern Missouri that is)
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    "Computers will have to ask the questions"

    I'm fascinated!

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    BBC TV in 1969 - Journalist James Cameron at NASA
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pc5gTse4fWU

    That is the documentary form in total perfection, by the best commentator I can remember from watching 200 continuous years of broadcasting, and the clip is less than ten minutes.
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    I did look at this and yes, super cheap, and available across all devices from one account! I bounce from work vehicle ipad, to dining room imac, to bedroom smart TV to car line phone all the time. Thanks for the tip.

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    If you like Documentaries, Check out Curiosity Stream https://curiositystream.com/
    They have all sorts of very interesting programs. The cost is very reasonable.

    Worth every penny, I think
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    The Swallow one won't play but I'm still looking for an alternate place. Watching this one now, thanks.

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    "In Search of India's Soul: From Mughals to Modi" seems to no longer be available.
    I was watching last month, but did not finish it.

    Oops. Nevermind. They have just moved it.
    https://www.aljazeera.com/programmes...075717949.html
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    Would like to branch out.
    Here's eighteen minutes of your life you'll never get back.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Ry4QBQejFU

    Big Clive is always interesting regardless of his chosen topic.
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    Fascinating!! Those look nothing like US MREs!
    Clive's a hoot too

    Quote Originally Posted by spot View Post
    Here's eighteen minutes of your life you'll never get back.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Ry4QBQejFU

    Big Clive is always interesting regardless of his chosen topic.
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