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Masterclass - Margaret Atwood Teaches Creative Writing
.MP4, AVC, 1500 kbps, 1280x720 | English, AAC, 192 kbps, 2 Ch | 3+ hours | + PDF Workbook | 2.23 GB

The art of powerful storytelling

Called the "Prophet of Dystopia," Margaret Atwood is one of the most influential literary voices of our generation. In her first-ever online class, the author of The Handmaid's Tale teaches how she crafts compelling stories-from historical to speculative fiction-that remain timeless and relevant. Explore Margaret's creative process for developing ideas into novels with strong structures and nuanced characters.

Lesson Plan
01. Introduction
Meet your new instructor: Man Booker Prize-winning author Margaret Atwood. In your first lesson, Margaret shares her perspective on the art of writing and who ultimately gives your book its meaning.

02. Getting Started as a Writer
Margaret encourages you to find your own path, overcome obstacles like fear, and start writing by sharing her own writer's story and creative process.

03. Story and Plot
Learn what makes a strong plot. Margaret advises you to study myths, fairy tales, and other historical works of literature so that you can use them as building blocks for your stories.

04. Structuring Your Novel: Layered Narratives and Other Variations
Margaret illustrates the myriad ways you can structure your story and create a multi-layered narrative, using the classic tales Little Red Riding Hood, Arabian Nights, and her own novel The Blind Assassin as examples.

05. Who Tells the Story: Narrative Point of View
Choosing the right point of view to tell your story from involves a lot of trial and error. Margaret explains the impact this decision has on your story, and offers an exercise to help you explore the effects of various points of view.

06. Point of View Case Studies
In this chapter, Margaret discusses her use of multiple points of view in Alias Grace, and why she wrote The Handmaid's Tale from the first person point of view.

07. Bringing Characters to Life Through Detail
Actions and reactions reveal character, but so do details the writer thoughtfully weaves into the story. Margaret offers concrete tools to help you create nuanced, well-developed characters you know by heart.

08. Creating Compelling Characters
Margaret teaches why the most compelling characters are often not very likeable, and delves into how gender plays into our expectations about character.

09. Writing Through Roadblocks
Learn Margaret's advice for overcoming challenges such as constant interruption, writer's block, or a narrative problem you can't figure out how to solve.

10. Crafting Dialogue
Margaret teaches how to use dialogue to reveal character and story, and discusses the importance of making your dialogue authentic to the time and place in which your narrative transpires.

11. Revealing the World Through Sensory Imagery
The more specific your details, the more engaged your readers. Learn how Margaret uses The Handmaid's Tale to illustrate her approach to imagery.

12. Prose Style and Texture
Learn the difference between style and description as Margaret illustrates two different prose style extremes-baroque and plainsong.

13. Working With Time in Fiction
Margaret explains the significance of time in fiction, and offers advice on keeping readers oriented without compromising your story structure.

14. The Door to Your Book: The Importance of the First Five Pages
From Melville to Dickens, Margaret shares some of her favorite opening lines and underscores the value of making your first five pages utterly compelling.

15. Writing the Middle and Ending
Margaret teaches her approach to keeping readers engaged through the middle of your book and discusses the merits of closed and open endings to your story.

16. Revision: Seeing Your Work Anew
For Margaret, revision is an opportunity to take a fresh look at your book and consider new possibilities. Learn the value of soliciting feedback from select readers, and the importance of a good line editor.

17. The Novel and the Shifting Sands of Genre
Margaret discusses the evolution of the novel and asserts that the writer's objective should be to stay true to the foundational elements of storytelling, regardless of genre.

18. Speculative Fiction
Learn Margaret's approach to writing speculative fiction and her advice on how to generate ideas and build your world in this genre.

19. Speculative Fiction Case Study: The Handmaid's Tale
Margaret reveals the ideas and research that inspired The Handmaid's Tale, offering a first-hand look at some of these materials.

20. Research and Historical Accuracy
Getting details right is critical in historical fiction and can lend believability to any story. Margaret emphasizes this point but also shows how to avoid letting research slow you down.

21. The Writer's Path
Margaret reveals the one book she recommends to all writers, and shares inspirational stories from writers past and present to encourage you to persevere despite the obstacles you may confront.

22. The Business of Being a Writer
From finding an agent, to getting published, and dealing with negative reviews, Margaret offers her perspective on the business of being a writer.

23. Parting Words
Margaret bids her students farewell, sharing her desire to pass on her wisdom to the next generation of writers.
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MasterClass - Chris Hadfield Teaches Space Exploration
.MP4, AVC, 1000 kbps, 1280x720 | English, AAC, 128 kbps, 2 Ch | + PDF Guidebook | 7.6 hours | 3.41 GB

In 28+ lessons, the former commander of the International Space Station teaches you the science of space exploration and what the future holds.

Impossible things happen. At age nine, Chris Hadfield knew he wanted to go to space. He eventually went there three times, becoming a commander of the International Space Station. In his MasterClass, Chris teaches you what it takes to explore space and what the future holds for humans in the final frontier. Learn about the science of space travel, life as an astronaut, and how flying in space will forever change the way you think about living on Earth.

Lesson Plan
01. Introduction
Meet your instructor: Chris Hadfield, retired astronaut and former Commander of the International Space Station. In his first lesson, Chris reflects on overcoming the impossible to explore outer space.

02. Astronaut Training
To become an astronaut, you have to become an expert on everything. Chris outlines the scope of an astronaut's training from leadership skills to survival skills.

03. Rockets: How Rockets Work
Chris explains the functions of the basic parts of a rocket, the physics of launching one beyond the atmosphere, and how rocket design has evolved from mission to mission.

04. Rockets: What It Feels Like to Launch
Only a few hundred humans have ever traveled to space. Chris describes in precise detail the emotions an astronaut feels on launch day and the physical feeling of leaving Earth.

05. Rockets: Atmospheric Drag
Chris breaks down the equation for drag and shows how rockets are designed to overcome the biggest hurdle of launching into space-the atmosphere.

06. Rockets: Orbital Mechanics
Chris uses familiar situations-like driving a car and jumping off a diving board-to illustrate how the laws of orbital mechanics govern spaceflight and navigation

07. Rockets: Fuels and Propulsion
Chris explains the pros and cons of different types of rocket fuels including liquid fuel, solid fuel, and ionized gas.

08. Rockets: The Price of Exploration
"Rockets and spaceflight are dangerous by definition. Learn how astronauts manage their fears and cope with tragedy as Chris had to do after the loss of a friend in the Columbia Space Shuttle mission. "

09. Spaceships: Capsule Design
Learn the virtues and drawbacks of using the capsule model for human transport to space as Chris analyzes the designs of the Apollo, Gemini, Lunar Lander, and Soyuz.

10. Spaceships: Shuttles and Beyond
Two-thirds of those who've flown to space got there on a Space Shuttle. Chris outlines the design of the Shuttle, the impact of its reusability, and how spacecraft will evolve in the future.

11. Spaceships: Navigation Systems and Human Variables
Learn how astronauts use stars, planets, and instruments to understand where their spaceship is, how it's oriented, and where it's going.

12. Spaceships: Navigating to the International Space Station
"It's kind of like an elephant ballet." Chris talks you through the process of flying your spaceship to the ISS, docking, and beginning your adventure aboard the laboratory in the sky.

13. The ISS: Conception, Design, and Construction
The International Space Station couldn't have been built without teams coming together from around the world. Chris details the process of constructing the ISS and explains the idea of shared exploration.

14. The ISS: Life Support Systems
Learn about the many systems that work together to keeps astronauts alive aboard the ISS and how those systems are evolving so that we can travel even further in space.

15. The ISS: Experiments
Chris outlines a few experiments currently running on the ISS and explains how astronauts learn to conduct experiments in space on behalf of scientists on Earth.

16. Leadership: Commanding the ISS
Chris describes the great honor and responsibility of commanding the ISS, ranks the commander's priorities, and outlines what it takes to reach and fulfill such an elite and difficult leadership position.

17. Training and Learning: One-Pagers
Preparing for space travel means learning massive amounts of information. Learn how Chris used a series of one-page summaries to recall complex systems and concepts on the fly during his time in space.

18. Comms: Mission Control Evolution and Operations
The first words spoken from the Moon were directed to Mission Control for a reason. Learn how Mission Control functions and why it is so critical to the success of a mission to space.

19. Spacewalking: Spacesuits
Chris gives a head-to-toe tour of an EMU (Extravehicular Mobility Unit), explaining how it keeps astronauts alive while spacewalking and conducting work outside the ship.

20. Spacewalking: Spacewalks
Chris outlines the physical and mental challenges of walking in space, describing the important roles played by support teams on Earth and inside the spacecraft during a spacewalk.

21. Spacewalking: Training
Chris describes his personal experience training for spacewalking in an underwater simulation and emphasizes the importance of gaining confidence in maneuvering and monitoring the spacesuit.

22. Spacewalking: Space and Perspective
What can we learn from looking down at Earth from above? Chris explains what spaceflight means for our human perspective and how we can use what we learn in space to preserve our species and planet.

23. Training and Learning: Simulations
Chris teaches you the principles behind simulation setup, the mindset you need to learn as much as possible from simulations, and how astronauts prepare for worst-case scenarios.

24. Mars: How to Get to Mars
Chris explains the technical and societal challenges we face in traveling to Mars, including the ideal flight path required, the physics of slowing down and landing, and the risk of human life.

25. Mars: Living on Another Planet
Chris walks through the basic human needs required to live on another planet. Learn what it takes to grow food in space, protect ourselves from the elements, and readjust to gravity.

26. Mars: In-Situ Resource Utilization
If we can safely get to Mars, in-situ resource utilization could help us sustain life there. Chris breaks down the vital Sabatier process for creating hydrogen, oxygen, and methane on Mars.

27. Mars: Exploring Mars, Geology, and Astrobiology
Chris discusses how finding life on Mars could deepen our understanding of the universe and illuminate our place within it. Learn how we're working with robots to search for life and build an outpost on Mars.

28. Conclusion: The Future of Exploration
In his parting words, Chris reflects on the cyclical nature of human exploration and Earth's place in outer space.

29. Bonus Chapter: Chris's Journey
Chris tells his personal story of becoming an astronaut and gives advice for achieving your goals-no matter where life takes you.
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Masterclass - Helen Mirren Teaches Acting
.MP4, AVC, 700 kbps, 1280x720 | English, AAC, 128 kbps, 2 Ch | 6+ hours | + PDF Workbook | 2.82 GB

Find freedom in your roles

Oscar, Golden Globe, Emmy, and Tony winner Helen Mirren is one of the greatest actresses of our time. In her first online class, she discusses the dualism that is core to her method: the necessity for mastering technique (craft) and then letting go so that your imagination can take over (art). Learn how to break down a script, research characters, and master techniques so you can transcend them to find freedom in every role.

01. Introduction
To start her MasterClass, Helen demonstrates a simple act that's one of the hardest things for an actor to do: walking naturally. She then introduces you to the world of acting and the empty space that will be your classroom.

02. Helen's Journey in the Theater
Helen talks about the beginning of her career and the events that inspired her to become an actress, from an amateur production of Hamlet to a variety show in her hometown.

03. Evolving as a Theater Actress
While performing with an experimental theater group, Helen learned valuable lessons about voice training, physicality, and control. Here, she shares them with you.

04. Choosing Roles
Helen offers you advice for auditions and shares her unique way of assessing a role.

05. Breaking Down a Script
Breaking down a script is a very personal process. Learn Helen's tricks for tackling a large volume of material at once, and experience the joy of discovering your character's dialogue in your own mouth.

06. Shakespeare, Part 1
Helen shares her process for breaking down a Shakespeare passage by working through Portia's "Quality of Mercy" speech from The Merchant of Venice, a monologue she's never performed before.

07. Shakespeare, Part 2
Helen breaks down her favorite speech-"Our Revels" from The Tempest-giving you insight into her deeply personal relationship with the lines.

08. Finding Your Character
Real life is one of Helen's greatest inspirations-she says it will always be better than anything we can invent. Learn how to find your character in the world around you and the importance of having a secret story that drives you in every role.

09. Research: Fictional Characters
Helen breaks down her two types of research-literal and poetic-and emphasizes the importance of researching the people in your character's profession, rather than just the profession itself.

10. Research: Real Characters
Learn how Helen approached research for historical roles such as Elizabeth I, Elizabeth II, and Ayn Rand.

11. Creating Characters: Costume, Part 1
Helen has a deep enthusiasm for costume. She walks you through how various costumes serve the characters who wear them and how to make more thoughtful choices about what your characters wear.

12. Creating Characters: Costume, Part 2
Every piece of your character's costume-down to the shoes-has to tell the right story. Learn how to evaluate accessories for your character.

13. Creating Characters: Hair & Makeup, Part 1
Helen teaches you to let go of vanity and approach hair and makeup through the lens of your character.

14. Creating Characters: Hair & Makeup, Part 2
For Helen, an actor's face is an "empty space," just like a stage, on which characters come to life and tell their stories.

15. Preparation and Rehearsal
Helen advises you on aspects of the preparation and rehearsal process, from learning your lines to working with a dialect coach to overcoming creative blocks.

16. Human Behavior
Learn the essential human behaviors and aspects of the human experience you'll need in your toolbox throughout your acting career.

17. Film Acting Technique, Part 1
For Helen, mastering on-camera technique allowed her to find freedom in her roles and to have moments of pure, out-of-control inspiration. She shares how she found inspiration in this vein from a surprising source: an abstract painter.

18. Film Acting Technique, Part 2
Helen dives into the nitty-gritty of working to camera, sharing advice for staying oriented on set and reserving your energy and emotions for your coverage on camera. She also encourages you not to obsess over every take.

19. Film Acting Technique, Part 3
Learn how to drop into character right before a take, how to stay grounded in your process, and how to give your best performance amid the distractions on set.

20. Case Study: Prime Suspect
Close-up shots are an opportunity to show your character's emotions and thoughts without putting words to them. Helen breaks down a scene from the first episode of Prime Suspect to illustrate.

21. Case Study: Elizabeth I
Learn the two-track thinking required to have an impactful performance on camera: You must play the emotional moment of the scene in real time while knowing exactly where the camera is.

22. Case Study: The Queen
Helen breaks down two powerful moments of her Academy Award-winning performance in The Queen, illustrating how she reveals the nuances of her character without saying a word.

23. Acting on a Film Set
Helen gives you a unique look at what acting on a film set is actually like and shares the key to success when working to camera: concentration.

24. Characterizing the Set
Actors may overlook details of set decoration, but Helen encourages you to think about what set dressing can say about your character. Learn how changing the dressing of a set can tell different stories about the character who lives there.

25. Props
For Helen, props are an extension of your character. Learn how to use them naturally on camera while also cultivating an awareness of the demands of continuity.

26. Working With Writers & Directors
Helen advises you on how to create successful relationships with writers and directors, and she shares lessons learned from working with renowned director Robert Altman on the film Gosford Park.

27. Conclusion
Helen shares her final thoughts and leaves you with her practical-and delightfully blunt-advice for young actors.

28. Bonus: Naturalism
Discover which film actors had the biggest influence on Helen and why their work is so important to her.

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Masterclass - Stephen Curry Teaches Shooting, Ball-Handling, and Scoring
.MP4, AVC, 1500 kbps, 1280x720 | English, AAC, 128 kbps, 2 Ch | 3 hours | + PDF Workbook | 2.08 GB

Transform your game

Stephen was barely recruited by college coaches. Today, he's a two-time champion and one of the best shooters in NBA history. Join Stephen on the court in his first-ever online class as he teaches you how to improve your shooting mechanics, and leads you through ball-handling, footwork, and scoring drills. Then see the game through Stephen's eyes as he analyzes NBA game footage to help you elevate your basketball IQ.

Lesson Plan
01. Introduction: Write Your Own Story
Meet Stephen. The two-time MVP starts his class by sharing two turning points in his personal transformation from "nervous" junior varsity player to NBA champion.

02. Shooting: Stance, Alignment, and Mechanics
Stephen breaks down his shooting techniques and shares some common mistakes that shooters should avoid.

03. Form Shooting Practice
Now that you've got the mechanics down, Stephen teaches you how to practice your form every day on the court.

04. Shooting off the Catch
Adding the catch to your mechanics puts you in a position to score at a moment's notice. Here's how Stephen shoots when he receives a pass.

05. Ball-Handling: Foundations
The best way to become a better shooter is to become a better ball-handler. From posture to practice techniques, Stephen shows you his form for handling the ball.

06. Shooting off the Dribble, Part 1
Once you build strong foundations in ball-handling and shooting, it's time to start combining them. Stephen teaches you how to shoot off the dribble and how to practice pickup shooting.

07. Ball-Handling: On the Move
Now that you're comfortable with your stationary ball-handling mechanics, Stephen teaches you what to keep in mind when you take the dribble on the move.

08. Shooting off the Dribble, Part 2
Stephen incorporates movement and footwork into shooting off the dribble, teaching you more sophisticated ways to practice becoming a dynamic scorer.

09. Creating Space From Your Defender
With the help of his practice partner, Brandon, Stephen teaches a few concepts for getting past a defender and creating an open shot.

10. Film Session: Creating Space and Beating Your Defender
Illustrating the concepts from the previous chapter with real in-game scenarios, Stephen talks through scoring moves and shows you his mechanics at work on the court.

11. Ball Screens
Every player should work to master the ball screen. Stephen shares concepts, strategies, and practice tips for executing perfect ball screens.

12. Film Session: Ball Screens
Taking a look at game film, Stephen brings the ball screen work from the previous chapter to life and teaches you what to look for when watching ball screens in games.

13. Scoring at the Rim
With an emphasis on protecting the ball, layups, and floaters, Stephen breaks down his technique for finishing at the rim both in practice and in games.

14. Off Screens: Curl, Pop, and Fade
Curl, pop, and fade are a few techniques for scoring when coming off of screens without the ball. Stephen teaches you how to lose a defender and score once the ball hits your hands.

15. Ball-Handling: Overloading
Stephen teaches you his approach to overloading with two basketballs and a tennis ball to help you become a more confident ball-handler and make faster decisions in games.

16. Pregame Preparation
Stephen shows you how to mentally prepare for competition and build a ball-handling warm-up you can use before games.

17. Conclusion: The Journey Towards Perfection
Stephen ends his class and prepares you to continue your journey, reminding you to always love what you do, be your own biggest fan, and push yourself toward your full potential.
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MasterClass - David Axelrod and Karl Rove Teach Campaign Strategy and Messaging
WEBRip | MP4 | Video: H.264/MPEG4, 1920x1080, 2503 kb/s, 29.97 fps | Audio: AAC, 192 kb/s, 48 KHz, 2 Ch
Language: English | Duration: 5 h 4 min | Size: 5.74 GB

What it takes to win elections
David Axelrod and Karl Rove reach across the aisle to offer an inside look at winning campaign strategies. The respective architects of Barack Obama's and George W. Bush's historic election victories teach how to develop a campaign platform and reach an audience with consistent messaging. Find the inspiration and tools to get involved at any level, or simply become a more informed, engaged citizen.

Lesson Plan
01 - Introduction
02 - Starting a Campaign
03 - Assessing Your Candidate
04 - Researching Your Opponent
05 - Working on a Campaign
06 - The Campaign Plan
07 - Understanding the Electorate and Targeting Voters
08 - Polling and Focus Groups
09 - Budgeting and Fundraising
10 - The Campaign Message
11 - Campaign Messaging Case Study
12 - Public Appearances
13 - Getting Your Message Out
14 - Harnessing Social Media
15 - Direct Mail
16 - Slogans and Logos
17 - Supporting Your Candidate
18 - Mobilizing Volunteers
19 - Debates
20 - Keeping the Campaign on Track
21 - Identifying Influencers
22 - The End of the Race
23 - The Current State of Politics
24 - Parting Words

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Revit: Tips, Tricks, and Troubleshooting (Updated 6/4/2019)
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 48 KHz, 2 Ch | Duration: 25h 44m
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + Sub | Size: 9.22 GB

In this series, there's a little something for every Revit designer-beginners and seasoned users alike. Each video focuses on a specific tip, trick, or troubleshooting technique within Revit. Do you import CAD files and want to achieve consistency? Want to get more from your dimensions? Need to check all of the views in a project and see if the settings are correct? Want to consistently configure crop boxes across the entire project? What about getting all the parameters in your family content in just the right order? These are just some of the topics in store. With a new video every week, you are sure to find something useful to add to your growing arsenal of Revit tools and techniques.

Notes: The exercise files included with this course can be opened in the latest version of Revit. If you are using an older version, some files may be incompatible. Because this is an ongoing series, viewers will not receive a certificate of completion.


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MasterClass - Jimmy Chin Teaches Adventure Photography
MasterClass | Duration: 4 h 10 m | Video: H264 1024x576 | Audio: AAC 48 kHz 2ch | 2.11 GB | Language: English | 2018

Jimmy Chin has built his career taking photos at the top of the world, earning him the cover of National Geographic and multiple awards. Now he's taking you on location to teach you techniques for capturing breathtaking shots. Learn his different creative approaches for commercial shoots, editorial spreads, and passion projects. Gather the gear-and the perspective-to bring your photography to new heights.

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Masterclass - Gordon Ramsay Teaches Cooking
.MP4, AVC, 3500 kbps, 1920x1080 | English, AAC, 256 kbps, 2 Ch | 3.4 hours | + PDF Workbook | 5.58 GB

Go inside Gordon Ramsay's kitchen. Take your cooking to the next level in 20 exclusive video lessons.

Transform your cooking

This is Gordon Ramsay like you've never experienced. The seven-star Michelin chef takes you into his home kitchen to learn everything from kitchen setup and buying the freshest ingredients to constructing unforgettable dishes. In this MasterClass, you're not just learning recipes, you're learning how to take your cooking to the next level.

01. Introduction
Welcome to Gordon Ramsay's kitchen. Meet the Michelin star chef and learn what he has got planned for his students.

02. Gordon's Journey: Learning from Masters
Learn how Gordon became one of the most recognizable chefs in the world. Hear how his passion for cooking brought him from his mother's home to some of the world's greatest kitchens.

03. Method: Kitchen Layout
Take a tour of Gordon's own kitchen as he shares the design concepts driving its layout. He'll show you how just a few good pots, pans, utensils, and a hot plate are all you need to get cooking.

04. Mastering Ingredients: Vegetables & Herbs
Do ugly vegetables taste better? Which are the most versatile herbs? Gordon shows you how to select great produce to create phenomenal dishes.

05. Make: Poached Egg & Mushrooms on Toast
Learn how to make perfect poached eggs every time as Gordon shows you how to master one of his go-to breakfast dishes.

06. Method: Knife Skills
Knife skills: The basics are so important. Gordon shows you how to properly sharpen and hold these critical tools, and the best ways to practice and improve your knife skills.

07. Make: Elevated Scrambled Eggs
Even in a restaurant kitchen, cooking eggs is one of the most difficult tasks. Learn how to make the perfect scrambled eggs and elevate them by adding sea urchin and white truffle.

08. Method: Breaking Down a Whole Chicken
Butchery 101. Learn how to get every ounce of goodness from a chicken by breaking it down into parts.

09. Make: Chicken Suprême with Root Vegetables
Ditch dry chicken. From the stove to the oven, learn how Gordon creates a simple, yet delicious entrée using this humble protein. You won't want to miss the way Chef Ramsay roasts his root vegetables before plating this dish.

10. Mastering Ingredients: Fish & Shellfish
Learn Gordon's top tips on what to look for at the fishmongers to make sure you only get the best quality ingredients.

11. Gordon's Journey: Becoming a Master
Gordon details his path for mastering his craft, from opening his first restaurant, to gaining his third Michelin star, and to building a culinary empire.

12. Method: Breaking Down a Whole Fish
Do you find the thought of tackling a whole fish intimidating? Gordon gives you a step-by-step tutorial on how to fillet a whole salmon.

13. Make: Salmon with Shellfish Minestrone
Gain essential tips and tricks for cooking skin-on fish fillets. Gordon shows you how to perfectly cook salmon and create a delicious, light supper with an elegant shellfish and vegetable minestrone.

14. Method: Making Pasta Dough
While studying in Italy, Gordon learned the process of creating handmade fresh pasta for incredible Italian dishes. Now, he's sharing what he's learned with you.

15. Method: Rolling Pasta Dough
Gordon shows you how to roll out delicate, paper thin pasta that's perfect for ravioli, tortellini, fettuccine, and a variety of other noodles.

16. Make: Lobster Ravioli
Since its opening, only one dish has remained on the menu at three Michelin star Restaurant Gordon Ramsay: lobster ravioli. Now, Gordon shares the recipe for its signature filling and shows you how to shape and fill your ravioli to perfection.

17. Mastering Ingredients: Beef, Lamb & Pork
Gordon didn't always have the luxury of cooking with expensive ingredients. Here he shows you how to get the most from a variety of cuts of beef, lamb and pork.

18. Make: Beef Wellington
He's served over a million of this classic dish all around the globe! Now, Gordon demystifies his iconic Beef Wellington for you to share this showstopper with friends and family.

19. Advice for Life
The path hasn't always been easy for Gordon. Listen to his universal advice for how to succeed.

20. Closing
Wrap up your MasterClass with a few final words of encouragement from Gordon.
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MasterClass - Dr. Jane Goodall Teaches Conservation
WEBRip | .MP4, AVC, 2 093 kb/s, 1920x1080, 23.976 FPS | English, AAC, 128 kbps, 44.1 kHz, 2 Ch | 5:19:45 | + PDF Workbook | 2.53 GB

Take action

There is still a window of time. Nature can win if we give her a chance. In her first ever online class, Dr. Jane Goodall teaches how you can conserve the environment. She also shares her research on the behavioral patterns of chimpanzees and what they taught her about conservation. You'll learn how to act locally and protect the planet.

Lesson Plan
01 - Introduction
02 - Dreams of Africa
03 - The Breakthrough
04 - Chimpanzee Behavior
05 - Chimpanzee Behavior (Cont'd)
06 - Chimpanzee Development & Learning
07 - Animal Intelligence
08 - Chimps & Humans
09 - Chimps & Humans (Cont'd)
10 - Humans & The Environment
11 - Humans & The Environment (Cont'd)
12 - Threats to Animals
13 - Animal Cruelty
14 - Climate Change
15 - Water
16 - Land
17 - Industrial Agriculture
18 - Organic Farming
19 - Food As Activism
20 - Advocacy Strategies
21 - Communication
22 - Communication (Cont'd)
23 - Opening a Dialogue
24 - The Next Generation
25 - Making Global Change
26 - Roots & Shoots
27 - Roots & Shoots (Cont'd)
28 - Reasons for Hope
29 - Reasons for Hope (Cont'd)

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MasterClass - Alice Waters Teaches the Art of Home Cooking
.MP4, AVC, 1400 kbps, 1280x720 | English, AAC, 128 kbps, 2 Ch | 3.8h | + PDF Workbook | 2.47 GB

Farm-to-table cooking

Alice Waters started America's farm-to-table revolution. When she founded the iconic restaurant Chez Panisse, her local, organic ingredients sparked a movement-and earned her the James Beard Award for Outstanding Chef. In her first-ever online class, Alice opens the doors of her home kitchen to teach you how to pick seasonal ingredients, cook healthy and beautiful meals, and change your life by changing the food you make at home.

Lesson Plan
01. Alice's Philosophy of Food
Meet Alice in her home kitchen as she introduces you to her philosophy of cooking. She'll teach you how to cook deliciously, with spontaneity, and in harmony with nature.

02. The Farmer's Market: Learning From the Source
Alice teaches you how to become a discerning shopper whether at the farmers' market or grocery store. Learn her guidelines for selecting ingredients, including questions to ask vendors and farmers.

03. A Vegetable Lunch: Roasted, Steamed, and Raw
Alice walks you through her process of planning an India-inspired lunch based on the ingredients in her shopping basket. Learn how to prepare vegetables three ways, and reach into your pantry to round out the meal.

04. Alice's Essential Kitchen Tools
Alice feels the same way about ingredients and kitchen tools-sometimes less is more. Alice demonstrates her favorite tools and challenges you to pare down your own collection for usefulness and beauty.

05. A Well-Stocked Pantry
Alice teaches you how to choose the best quality ingredients with which to stock your pantry. She shares seven dishes all sourced from her own pantry including "Coming Home Pasta," her go-to when returning home to an empty fridge after a long trip.

06. Cooking For Your Pantry: Alice's Staples
Alice's distinctive pantry also includes items she mixes and makes herself to use throughout the week. Learn how to make Alice's pantry staples including Quick Pickles, Sautéed Greens, and Oat Pancakes.

07. Leaves, Herbs, and Aromatics
Fresh herbs are an essential element in Alice's cooking. Learn how she uses tender and strong herbs for different dishes, and how she finds use for the whole plant-not just the leaves.

08. Cooking From Your Kitchen Garden: Salsa Verde
Alice teaches you to make one of her favorite and most versatile sauces, salsa verde. Alice demonstrates a version made with macerated shallots and offers variations on the sauce to serve with meats, vegetables, and fish.

09. Preparing a Beautiful Salad
Alice believes the making of a salad can bring as much joy as eating it. Learn Alice's method for washing lettuces and follow her recipe for Mesclun Salad.

10. Chez Panisse Cooking: Galette
Alice teaches you how to make Chez Panisse's everyday dessert, the galette. Learn how the perfect pastry dough results in a beautifully flakey crust.

11. Chez Panisse Cooking: Ravioli
Learn to make an egg pasta dough that can be used to make any shape of pasta. Then, use your dough to make Chez Panisse's ricotta ravioli with chanterelle mushrooms.

12. Follow the Rhythms of Nature: Seasonal Eating
Learn why the most iconic dessert at Chez Panisse is the most unembellished-the fruit bowl. Alice teaches you how to engage all of your senses to test ripeness and choose fruits at the peak of their season.

13. A Market Fresh Dinner: Planning and Prep
Finish preparing Alice's dinner party menu with a last-minute burst of cooking over the fire or stovetop. Then learn how to plate and serve each course.

14. A Market Fresh Dinner: Finish and Serve
Finish preparing Alice's dinner party menu with a last-minute burst of cooking over the fire or stovetop. Then learn how to plate and serve each course.

15. Coming Back to the Table
Learn how a life-changing trip to France led Alice from the frozen dinners of her childhood to pioneering the farm-to-table movement.

16. The Power of Food: The Edible Schoolyard
Alice breaks down the five principles of her Edible Schoolyard Project to show that food is a powerful teacher. She encourages you to continue your edible education by shopping and cooking sustainably and remembering that food is precious.

17. BONUS: Alice's Egg in a Spoon
Now that Alice has covered her approach to home cooking, she challenges you to practice cooking over fire with the simple dish of an egg and grilled toast.
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