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Newly Discovered 1967 Martin Luther King Interview In His Home
Historic Films Archive has recently restored and digitised episodes from the 1967-68 interview programme Good Company. This has a wide range of interviews with Sean Connery, Hugh Hefner, and others. A highlight is the unique interview with Dr. Martin Luther King filmed at his home.
Global Conflict from GIW
Global ImageWorks' global conflict collection spans over 100 years and includes HD footage of World War Two, the Vietnam War, the Bosnian War and other hot spots around the world.
Scientists Spot Floating Plastic Waste From Orbit
Scientists in the UK are using satellites to spot floating plastic pollution on our seas and coastal areas. It's hoped the data, collected from around 700 kilometres above the Earth's surface, could help researchers answer questions about where plastic pollution comes from and where it congregates.
NFB Archives Celebrates Birthday of Author Margaret Atwood
Did you know that Canadian literary icon and Handmaid's Tale author Margaret Atwood celebrated her 80th birthday on November 18? NFB Archives has more than seven hours of previously unseen interviews and documentary footage of her and her late husband, Graeme Gibson, now available online.
HOsiHO Features Latest Great Aerial Footage
The France-based aerial footage specialist has created its latest dive into the exciting creative footage it has added to the collection including best aerial footage, photos and hyperlapses.
Bloodhound Attempts Land Speed Record
Some thrilling footage released as Bloodhound LSR reached a new top speed of 562mph / 904kmh as the vehicle ripped across the Kalahari Desert racing track as part of the high speed test programme.
Peeking Behind the Iron Curtain
The Progress collection comprises the complete film heritage of East Germany - more than 12,000 unseen films on 35mm, including documentaries, dramas and animated films.