February 24, 2017 Mile Davis on Dizzy & Drawing In this episode of "Notes from the Ertegun Jazz Hall of Fame," Miles Davis tells journalist Ben Sidran about his fascination with sketching, his own personal need for creative reinvention, and the importance of music in his life.
February 22, 2017 The Beer Pipeline of Bruges In Belgium, there's an underground beer pipeline. Yes, it's inherently difficult to film something that's underground, but Tom Scott headed over to Bruges to investigate anyway.
February 21, 2017 Jacques Cousteau on Atlantis and Cognac "We're going to investigate every single one of these hypotheses, and we'll tell you what we think is the truth about it" - Jacques Cousteau in 1978
February 20, 2017 Michael K. Williams Asks: Am I Typecast? At The Atlantic, they believe it’s never been more important to take on established answers with tough questions. Here, Michael K. Williams, of The Wire and The Night Of, wrestles with one of his own: Is he being typecast?
February 17, 2017 Inside YouTube's Mixed Reality VR Lab At YouTube Space New York, there's the Mixed Reality lab: a virtual reality setup using an HTC Vive, a third controller, and some fancy compositing equipment. It's brilliant, and Tom Scott got to visit and look behind the scenes.
February 15, 2017 Seasons of Norway With its imposing mountains, endless plateaus and echoing valleys, Norway is a country where nature takes the lead. Using time-lapse, this film attempts to capture the ebb and flow of the seasons and is a result of one year of planning, a second year of shooting and four months of editing.
February 14, 2017 The World Is Slowly Running Out Of Sand I never thought of sand as a non-renewable resource, but there's only a limited supply — and to make things worse, it keeps getting washed into the sea. At Cape May, New Jersey, the US Army Corps of Engineers have just finished rebuilding a beach. Here's why.
February 3, 2017 Why Germans Can Say Things No One Else Can German is a wonderfully inventive and bold language, full of gloriously long compound words for emotions and ideas that most languages struggle to allow us to express.