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Channel:Timeline - World History Documentaries
About: Welcome to Timeline - the home of world history. Every week we'll be bringing you one-off documentaries and series from the world's top broadcasters, including the BBC, Channel 4, Discovery and PBS. We'll be exploring the mysteries of ancient Egypt, shedding light on the dark ages of medieval Europe and examining the First and Second World Wars. Subscribe so you don't miss out. Timeline is part of the History Hit Network. To get in touch please email [email protected].
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About: Welcome to Oddman Games, your destination for the best mobile gaming content on Android and iOS. Here you'll find gameplay, walkthroughs, reviews and much more for the most popular and upcoming mobile games, including car games, truck games, bus games, taxi games, police games and offroad games. Join us for exciting Let's Plays, Playthroughs and Gameplay trailers. My passion is videogames, every day new videos, I strive to bring you the best games. Support me by subscribing to grow the channel. Recommended for people 15 years and above. Keep updated on the latest releases and updates in the mobile gaming world. Developers, if you would like to have your game featured, please send us promotional and redemption codes for paid games with good gameplay and graphics. Have fun and don't forget to subscribe for more exciting mobile gaming content!
About: Open Arts Archive is hosted by the Art History Department at The Open University, and builds on our commitment to open access to the arts and widen participation. It’s a live and open archive providing free access to a wealth of artistic, cultural, and educational resources, including talks, seminars, study days, artists’ podcasts, artist interviews, curators’ talks and exhibitions. It’s also home to Open Arts Objects, a project which offers free films and teaching materials that support the teaching of Art History in schools, particularly at A-level: http://www.openartsarchive.org/open-arts-objects Come and discover films on a wide range of works from paintings, sculpture, prints, ceramics, architecture and design, to film, installation and performance art, covering ancient times to the present!