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How to Find Footage

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To access even more footage as well as full length programs, use the video player.


Search in the Video Player

In the video player, you can search for videos in different ways, either by using the video player's menu or in the search field.

By clicking on "Category" in the menu, you will find the videos categorized in nine fields, as shown in yellow below:

 

Some of the categories have a second choice for easier access to the material. As you can see below, the interviews are categorized in the Nobel Prize categories:

 

You can also search for videos by typing a search term into the video player search box: a name, a year, a subject or any other term.

 

Use the "How to search" button in the video player, as shown in yellow below, if you need help with the search functions:

 

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