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Thu Oct 16 17:57:54 2014 UTClccn-no970338460.00Johnny Casanova /0.341.00Oral history interview with Martin Burns36522180no 970338464354161lccn-n86078677Hewitt, Hugh1956-lccn-n81062763PBS Videolccn-n78060977Keating, Thomaslccn-n81043236Kushner, Harold S.lccn-n79078640Colson, Charles W.lccn-n80079447Bstan-ʼdzin-rgya-mtshoDalai Lama XIV1935-lccn-n84039387Hestenes, Robertalccn-n79122653Maxwell, Neal A.lccn-n50028100Nasr, Seyyed Hosseinlccn-n79032200Corporation for Public BroadcastingBurns, MartinInterviewsMusical settingsBiographyDramaHistoryUnited StatesReligionKeating, ThomasKushner, Harold SColson, Charles WInterviews (Bstan-ʼdzin-rgya-mtsho, Dalai Lama XIV)Hestenes, RobertaMaxwell, Neal AMurray, CecilNasr, Seyyed HosseinWrestlingSongs (Medium voice) with pianoPetrarca, Francesco,MacArthur, Douglas,GeneralsUnited States.--ArmyMurder--InvestigationYoung womenBritishJapan--TokyoConstruction contractsCaliforniaDispute resolution (Law)Sex instructionArbitration and awardBurns, MartinGreat BritainCalifornia--Los AngelesGodIron and steel workers--Labor unionsPolice administrationPolice-community relationsAFL-CIOSteel Workers Organizing Committee (U.S.)Buildings--Energy conservationCustomer servicesUnited Steelworkers of AmericaAmalgamated Association of Iron, Steel, and Tin Workers of North AmericaAmerican Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning EngineersChurch of Jesus Christ of Latter-day SaintsLos Angeles (Calif.).--Police DepartmentStrikes and lockouts--Steel industryHughes Tool CompanyArmco Steel CorporationDiscrimination in law enforcement1951195619721976198819901991199519961997199819992003200520113883239200.973BL25251093ocn037797795visu19960.25Searching for God in America Rabbi Harold KushnerInterviewsConversation with author Rabbi Kushner, who began to rethink the relationship between individuals and God when his infant son was diagnosed with a fatal genetic disorder814ocn047967584visu19960.35Searching for God in AmericaThis is a series of conversations with some of the most respected and provocative contemporary religious leaders. Each episode profiles one individual's faith, the role he or she has had in influencing the lives of others, and the dilemmas of "keeping the faith" amidst the pressure and conflicts of their own beliefs and America's secular culture481ocn037797833visu19960.25Searching for God in America Father Thomas KeatingInterviewsConversation with Father Keating, who credits the words of Thomas Aquinas with broadening his understanding of his Catholic faith261ocn037797828visu19960.26Searching for God in America His Holiness the XIV Dalai LamaConversation with the Dalai Lama of Tibet, who heads the largest sect of Buddhism, one of the most rapidly growing Eastern religions in the United States221ocn037797746visu19960.26Searching for God in America the Reverend Roberta HestenesInterviewsConversation with Roberta Hestenes, the first female Presbyterian president of the Baptist-affiliated Eastern College, and the first woman to chair World Vision, the largest Christian relief organization in the world201ocn037797767visu19970.24Searching for God in America Elder Neal A. MaxwellInterviewsConversation with Elder Maxwell, the author of many books and a member of the Quorum of Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints201ocn037142009visu19960.25Searching for God in America the Reverend Cecil MurrayInterviewsConversation with Cecil Murray, second pastor of the Los Angeles A.M.E. Church, which became the healing center for the burning city in 1992141ocn064552196score20050.82Písně na Petrarku : písně pro střední hlas a klavír na básně Franceska Petrarky = Petrarca-Lieder : Lieder für mittlere Stimme und Klavier auf Gedichte von Francesco Petrarca = Petrarch songs : songs for medium voice and piano on poems by Francesco PetrarcaMusical settings113ocn008279192book19510.82Burns, MartinMacArthur : the real storyBiography51ocn785232617file20110.07Dryden, JohnA Tokyo murderDramaThree dramas surrounding the murder of a young teacher in Japan. Part 1, The parents: Jennifer and Peter Whitelock arrive in Japan to help find their daughter's murderer. Frustrated with the progress of the police investigation, Peter puts his trust in TV producer Norio Ito, who promises to champion their cause on his popular "news and entertainment" show, while Jennifer tries to discover what her daughter's life in Tokyo was like...Then she starts getting calls from a man claiming to be the killer. Part 2, The detective: Detective Inspector Julie Hill is sent to Tokyo to investigate the disappearance of British teacher Daisy Whitelock. Working with the Tokyo police, who are reluctant to have a foreign police officer interfering with the case, she has to overcome cultural and bureaucratic obstacles as she attempts to untangle what really happened at the foreign language school Daisy taught at. Part 3, The daughter: Daisy Whitelock arrives in Japan to teach English at a foreign language school in Tokyo. Her desire to scratch beneath the surface of Japanese society leads her to shun the companionship of the other ex-pat teachers in her shared apartment, and exposes her to the terrifying reality of a disturbed mind21ocn055109715visu20030.47Arbitration down but not outThis programme examines the current status of arbitration as a means of resolving construction disputes and looks at its future within the industry. It also looks at the effect of the Abitration Act 1996 and asks why the changes it introduced have not made more of an impact on the use of arbitration in construction. In addition it considers a 100-day arbitration procedure as a means of speeding up the process and contains comment from the RICS Dispute Resolution Service21ocn025348145visu19900.92Kids, sex and choicesA study of sex education in Southern California schools. Today's children live in a society where television, movies and music constantly emphasize adult pleasures while seldom encouraging adult responsibilities. Thus, the burden of sexually educating the kids has fallen on the schools. Includes comments by then Surgeon General C. Everett Koop11ocn498404896score1956Burns, MartinJohnny Casanova11ocn056989912book19990.47Kintner-Meyer, MichaelUtility/energy management and controls system (EMCS) communication protocol requirements11ocn249063453book19720.47Ramsay, AllanPoems, miscellaneous and uncollected11ocn265158976visu19960.10Searching for God in AmericaOne of a series of conversations with some of the most respected and provocative contemporary religious leaders. Each episode profiles one individual's faith, the role he or she has had in influencing the lives of others, and the dilemmas of "keeping the faith" amidst the pressure and conflicts of their own beliefs and America's secular culture. In this episode, host Hugh Hewitt interviews former Nixon aide, Charles Colson11ocn043720355visu19911.00[By the year 2000History"In the weeks immediately following the beating of Rodney King by officers of the Los Angeles Police Department, the community and the local press were aswirl in rhetoric, recriminations and finger-pointing. KCET ... decided to focus a single, 90 minute, LIVE broadcast on the history of and possible future of police-community relations in Southern California. The resulting special edition of our 'By the Year 2000' series combined several elements: five major documentary segments; a studio panel of civic leaders and, in a unique appearance, the embattled Chief of Police, Daryl Gates. ... the documentary segments ... broke new information on the audio content of the King 'tape' ... presented the opinions of several African-American LAPD officers reflecting on whether the King incident was an unfortunate, but isolated incident ... used archival footage to document the history of post-WWII community control over the LAPD ... profiled two LAPD officers, one a young Latina, the other an experienced Anglo ... and, in a final segment, examined the political power of the police department."--1991 Peabody Awards entry form excerpt. Included is footage of the King beating, transcripts of police radio broadcasts shortly after the arrest, and an excerpt of an interview with King after the arrest11ocn042972698book19981.00Burns, MartinLeadership styles of Speakers of the U.S. House of Representatives : chosen or preordained?11ocn265161830visu19960.10Searching for God in AmericaOne of a series of conversations with some of the most respected and provocative contemporary religious leaders. Each episode profiles one individual's faith, the role he or she has had in influencing the lives of others, and the dilemmas of "keeping the faith" amidst the pressure and conflicts of their own beliefs and America's secular culture. In this episode, host Hugh Hewitt interviews Elder Maxwell, author of 17 books on the Mormon faith and a member of the Quorum of Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints11ocn798403926book2011Burns, MartinReaction-diffusion equations with saturating flux arising in the theory pf solid-solid phase transitors141ocn004477985book19110.79Halm, Eugene Wallace JohnThe life work of "Farmer" Burns, formerly the world's champion wrestler, exponent of clean living, and temperate habits11ocn085245677book19761.00Burns, MartinOral history interview with Martin BurnsHistoryMr. Burns describes the working conditions in the mines of northern England where he was briefly employed before moving to Ambridge, Pennsylvania. Having become inspector at the Armco steel plant and a charter member of the Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel and Tin Workers, he details conflicts arising from the amalgamation of the Steel Workers Organizing Committee and the AAISTW, and the formation of the first SWOC local, Local 1360, at Spang-Chalfont. He also discusses the 1946 strike against the Hughes Tool Company, and his experiences as acting director of District 37. He describes his relationship with other unions in his area, and his own involvement in the merger between the American Federation of Labor and the Congress of Industrial Organizations11ocn072629399art0.10MichiganBurns, Martin01ocn122592905mixBurns, MartinHistoryMr. Burns describes the working conditions in the mines of northern England where he was briefly employed before moving to Ambridge, Pennsylvania. Having become inspector at the Armco steel plant and a charter member of the Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel and Tin Workers, he details conflicts arising from the amalgamation of the Steel Workers Organizing Committee and the AAISTW, and the formation of the first SWOC local, Local 1360, at Spang-Chalfont. He also discusses the 1946 strike against the Hughes Tool Company, and his experiences as acting director of District 37. He describes his relationship with other unions in his area, and his own involvement in the merger between the American Federation of Labor and the Congress of Industrial OrganizationsThu Oct 16 15:15:18 EDT 2014batch17224