The Art of Scandinavia
The Art of Scandinavia is a three-part documentary series hosted by Andrew Graham-Dixon, exploring the history of Scandinavia through its art. Scandinavia - a land of extremes, on the edge of Europe. In this series, Andrew Graham-Dixon looks at the relationship between art, history and landscape in Norway, Denmark and Sweden from the Middle Ages to the present.
Episode 1 - Strangers in a Strange Land
Edmund Capon tells the story of how art helped European settlers come to terms with such an unfamiliar land on the other side of the world.
Episode 2 - Coming of Age
Edmund Capon explores how Australian art evolved in the first half of the 20th century against the backdrop of two world wars.
Episode 3 - Beyond Australia
Edmund Capon explores how, from the 1960s onwards, Australia and its art went global.
|Scandinavia - wikipedia
Scandinavia is a historical and cultural-linguistic region in Northern Europe characterized by a common ethno-cultural Germanic heritage and related languages, which includes the three kingdoms of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.
|Rick Steves' Europe: Nordic Countries
This is a series of videos that provides a travel guide to Nordic countries from the program Rick Steves' Europe. Rick Steves explores the most interesting places in Nordic countries.
|Edvard Munch: The Scream
The Scream shows exactly how and why the Norwegian expressionist Edvard Munch arrived at his extraordinary image and how that image of the screaming person has reverberated down the decades to become an icon in modern culture.
This is a four-part National Geographic documentary series that follows the lives of Nordic animals in stunning HD.
History, culture, and religion of Vikings from their Indo-European roots and migration to Scandinavia through their invasions of Europe, excursions to North America, and trade with the Byzantine and Muslim worlds.