Out & About

Episode 4

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VPT's magazine features archaeologists who use 3-D imaging to research a sunken boat in Lake Champlain, 16th-century flintlock muzzleloaders, a vineyard in Grand Isle, the ancient sport of curling in Bedford, Que. Movie in a Minute recommends the best football film.
 

Segments

Chess on Ice
Retirement on the Vine
Forging History
3D Underwater Archaeology
Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium
Movie in a Minute: Football Movies

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