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Killer Flu (2009)

In 1918, a flu pandemic ripped through the global population with such speed and virulence that by the end of the following year an estimated 40 million people would be dead — four times the number of victims eventually claimed by the First World War. The flu’s impact was simultaneously felt in nearly every corner of the earth, from the battlefields of Europe and Northern Africa to remote Inuit villages in Alaska and the grasslands of New Zealand.

Watch Secrets of the Dead – Killer Flu on PBS

Just click on the Chromecast icon, enter full screen and bingo, Retrovision is on your TV.

Chromecast a Review and How it works with Retrovision

Chromecast Dongle
Kevin says Chromecast for $35 is really good bang for the buck

I have one of these Chromecast doo-hickeys.  You plug it into the back of the TV and it plays whatever is on your browser.  You can also use it with specific apps like Netflix on Android and IOS devices.  This has recently started working a lot better.  I think Google is getting some of the kinks in a new product  out.  You’ll need a fairly fast computer to play Retrovision movies.  A little less so for Netflix and Hulu Plus.  This thing won’t do Amazon video, which is a little annoying, but after having had a Chromecast for a couple months, I really like it.

Just click on the Chromecast icon, enter full screen and bingo, Retrovision is on your TV.
Just click on the Chromecast icon, enter full screen and bingo, Retrovision is on your TV.

 

 

 

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PBS: Nature (1982-)

Nature is a wildlife show produced by Thirteen/WNET New York. It plays on PBS television on Wednesdays.  Sometimes you’ll find some episodes on the Discovery Channel in syndication.  It’s a very well done nature show.  I record this is HDTV at home.

Here’s a bunch of episodes:

 

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