Video Podcasts

Many of us believe that aid to Africa is crucial to lift people out of poverty. But not Dambisa Moyo. In a controversial book, she argues that foreign aid has been a disaster for Africa and must...

The developed world holds up the ideals of capitalism, democracy and political rights for all. Those in emerging markets often don't have that luxury. In this powerful talk,...

In a disturbing — but fascinating — walk through history, Frances Larson examines humanity's strange relationship with public executions … and specifically beheadings. As she...

As America becomes more and more multicultural, Rich Benjamin noticed a phenomenon: Some communities were actually getting less diverse. So he got out a map, found the whitest...

Interview with Ibrahim Mahama (Ghana), one of the artists selected to participate in the exhibition, All The World's Futures - Biennale Arte 2015. Exhibited at the Arsenale |...

This video demonstrates the five major techniques used by potters in Burkina Faso, Ghana, and Nigeria. The techniques include concave mold, convex mold, coiling, direct pull,...

Is there anything that plagues the human animal more than love? In Pulitzer Prize--winning writer Junot Díaz's work the answer is no. Platonic love, romantic love, familial love...

If you've enjoyed watching our films of Daniel Barenboim playing Chopin at Tate Modern, this is now your chance to see all five performances together. What's more, we've also added extra unseen...

Unsettling and provocative, Kara Walker's art takes hold. With room-size assemblages of black cut-paper silhouettes, eerie video animations, and a rich body of paintings, prints, and drawings—all...

Sculptor El Anatsui speaks of his Rice Gallery installation, Gli (Wall). This piece uses bottle caps and other unconventional materials to challenge the human eye using translucent barriers. This...

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