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We have heard of the passing of Virginia Luling
Until she retired in 2004, her years were peppered with field trips, always carried out with fortitude and gusto, invariably on the thinnest of shoestrings, using the cheapest possible local transport and accommodation (or none!). We have heard of the passing of Virginia Luling. This is a great loss to African indigenous peoples, the human rights community, no doubt to all of you who worked with her at Survival, and her family.
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Surviving America's Most Hated Family is a 2019 BBC documentary film presented and written by Louis Theroux. The programme follows as Theroux revisits the family at the core of the Westboro Baptist Church and observes how its members have changed since the death of the church's founder, Fred Phelps. The documentary first aired on BBC Two in the United Kingdom on 14 July 2019, and is the third in a trilogy of documentaries Theroux has made about the church.
An extraordinarily collection of rarely seen photographs capturing Alaska's Eskimos document the hard but persevering survival of the people commonly known as the hunters of the Arctic. Photographed between 1909 and 1932, the collection offers a rare glimpse in the natives' everyday life from hunting polar bears, to building igloos, to their personal dwellings inside. In stark contrast, bringing a piece of life from the south into the frozen and otherwise barren Arctic Circle, an Eskimo is photographed while sitting back on a stool clutching a copy of the Saturday Evening Post in 1913.
So begins a recording by Virginia Woolf, first broadcast by the BBC on 29 April 1937 as part of a series called Words Fail Me. Just eight minutes of the original remain – and it is believed to be the only surviving recording of the British writer
So begins a recording by Virginia Woolf, first broadcast by the BBC on 29 April 1937 as part of a series called Words Fail Me. Just eight minutes of the original remain – and it is believed to be the only surviving recording of the British writer. To mark the 75th anniversary of Woolf’s death, BBC Culture and BBC Britain have commissioned an animation of her broadcast, which was also turned into an essay called Craftmanship and published as part of the collection The Death of the Moth, and Other Essays.