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History & The Arts
Fred Davies explores the interfaces between cinema, culture and history.
TV, Radio & Events
We had offered a free 16-page booklet, with folding historic map from Charles Booth and fascinating stories behind the streets in five UK cities, but this is no longer available.
Science, Maths & Technology
A poster from The Open University that explores the colourful connections between different parts of science, engineering and technology - presented in the inimitable Bang style
Exclusive to OpenLearn, OU experts have created guides to introduce some key works of fiction for you to download and read on your prefered device. Inspired by the BBC Four series The Secret Life of Books.
Download a free booklet exploring different aspects of working class life in Britain through the years.
From casualties to commemoration, explore the realities of war with this free booklet.
BBC Four opens the archive as authors discuss their works - in their own words. Order your free guide.
Nature & Environment
The Coast Screensaver is no longer available.
The Bang Goes The Theory screensaver is no longer available.
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