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  1. Amputation of the Pectoral Limb (198 Multimedia)

    Subject
    Veterinary science
    Distribution
    Hire, Tape-slide. Audiocassette. 15 min.; 17 slides., 1997 hire: £13.00 (+VAT inc. p&p)

    Lists the indications for amputation of the pectoral limb and describes the technique for performing the operation through the shoulder joint.

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  2. Blackfriars, The Parish, The Choir Boys, And the Theater (2023 Audio)

    aka: Episode 262

    Series
    That Shakespeare Life

    Weekly Podcast hosted by Cassidy Cash in which she explores Elizabethan England and Shakespeare’s world. This week Professor Christopher Highley (Ohio State University) discusses why Shakespeare and...

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  3. Wired for Books: Jane Smiley (1989)

    Subject
    Literature

    Jane Smiley, author of Horse Heaven, Moo, and A Thousand Acres, talks to Don Swaim in 1989 about writing a book for ten years, the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, teaching writing, and her novel, The Greenlanders.

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  4. Preparation and Draping of the Canine Surgical Patient (198 Video)

    Subject
    Veterinary science
    Distribution
    Hire, Videocassette. VHS. col. 38 min., 1997 hire: £13.00 (+VAT inc. p&p)

    Demonstrates clipping, washing, sterile preparation and draping of a surgical site, tand a procedure for laying out an instrument tray.

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  5. Wired for Books: Raymond Carver (1983)

    Subject
    Literature

    In this 1983 interview with Don Swaim, the short story writer and poet, Raymond Carver, talks about growing up in the Pacific Northwest, his writing life, and his struggle with alcoholism.

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  6. Wired for Books: Margaret Atwood (1986)

    Subject
    Literature

    Margaret Atwood, author of The Handmaid’s Tale and Cats’ Eye, talks to Don Swaim in 1986 about growing up in the Canadian forests, her novels, her thoughts about religion and human rights, and why she...

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  7. Wired for Books: Maya Angelou (1987)

    Subject
    Literature

    Maya Angelou, author of I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, All God’s Children Need Traveling Shoes, and The Heart of a Woman, tells how poetry cured her muteness, how she writes in the autobiographical and...

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  8. Wired for Books: Toni Morrison (1987)

    Subject
    Literature

    Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature and author of Beloved, The Bluest Eye, The Song of Solomon, Jazz, and Paradise, Toni Morrison talks about her early career, why every writer needs an editor, why she...

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  9. Wired for Books: Doris Lessing (1988)

    Subject
    English language and literature

    Two interviews, one from 1988 and one from 1992, in which Doris Lessing, author of The Fifth Child, The Golden Notebook, and several other pieces of literature, comes to talk with Don Swaim about her start...

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  10. Wired for Books: Peter Ackroyd (About Charles Dickens) (1991)

    Subject
    English language and literature

    Peter Ackroyd, author of Dickens: Public Life & Private Passion, and Dickens’ London, speaks with Don Swaim in this 1991 interview about the life of Charles Dickens. According to Peter Ackroyd, Charles...

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