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Title: Unfinished Journey: The Lewis and Clark Expedition (special DVD-ROM edition)
Copy #: 1
Duration: None hours, None minutes
Media: 1 DVD
An innovative, 13-part radio series commemorating the 200th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark expedition. Host Peter Coyote guides listeners through the profound impact the expedition has had on American history - and most interestingly, how it greatly affects our lives even today. Each one-hour program is fresh, entertaining and thought-provoking - ideal for public radio's curious, smart audience. Aaron Meyer and Bill Lamb composed the original soundtrack for the series. On this special DVD-ROM edition of the radio series, you can listen to the full episodes as well as explore additional content such as featured excerpts, extended expert interviews, a gallery of archival images and educational materials. (DVD-ROM and speakers required, playback on computer, not on TV set-top box, PC/Mac compatible)