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Sioux Falls Scientists endorse Civilization for setting the stage on which
science arose in western civilization. Western civilization didn't invent
science, but it grew science beyond anyone's wildest dreams.

Civilization
A Personal View by Lord Clark

Civilization (1969) - 670 minutes
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In 1966 BBC Television embarked on its most ambitious documentary series to date. The eminent art historian Lord Clark was commissioned to write and present an epic examination of Western European culture, defining what he considered to be the crucial phases of its development. Civilization: A Personal View by Lord Clark would be more than two years in the making, with filming in over 100 locations across 13 countries. The lavish series was hailed as a masterpiece when it was first transmitted in 1969.

From the fall of the Roman Empire to the Industrial Revolution and beyond, Clark's compelling narrative is accompanied by breathtaking color photography of Europe's greatest landmarks. This 'history of ideas as illustrated by art and music' remains the benchmark for the numerous programs it inspired.

"Kenneth Clark's sumptuous, magisterial, one-man survey of the achievements of humanistic civilization is a TV landmark" - THE DAILY MAIL

  • Program 1: The Skin of Our Teeth
  • Program 2: The Great Thaw
  • Program 3: Romance and Reality
  • Program 4: Man: The Measure of All Things
  • Program 5: The Hero as Artist
  • Program 6: Protest and Communication
  • Program 7: Grandeur and Obedience
  • Program 8: The Light of Experience
  • Program 9: The Pursuit of Happiness
  • Program 10: The Smile of Reason
  • Program 11: The Worship of Nature
  • Program 12: The Fallacies of Hope
  • Program 13: Heroic Materialism

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Civilization
A Personal View by Lord Clark

Sioux Falls Scientists endorse Civilization for setting the stage on which
science arose in western civilization. Western civilization didn't invent
science, but it grew science beyond anyone's wildest dreams.