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What’s The Name Of That Song? – Sesame Street

La-di-da-di-dum, la-di-da-di-dum, What's the name of that song? David, Bob, Susan, Gordon, Maria, Bert, Herry Monster, Luis, Oscar, The Count, and Mr. Hooper try to remember in episode 0666 of Sesame Street. This late...

Stephen Wiltshire draws a Mexico City panorama from memory

British architectural artist Stephen Wiltshire can remember and draw the skyline of an entire city after flying over it in a helicopter. In this October 2016 video, he travels to Mexico City, tours it from above and b...

How Old Is Your Body, Really?

Have you ever heard the statement that the cells in your body are completely replaced every seven years? Is this true? In this beautifully illustrated episode of Skunk Bear, NPR's Adam Cole explores how long our diffe...

The Dipped Painting Project by Oliver Jeffers

From children's book author and illustrator Oliver Jeffers, a project that explores memory and loss in a mix of art and experience: The Dipped Painting Project. In November of 2014 I began the first of a series of ...

Yakko’s Nations of the World: An updated version

For anyone who watched cartoons in the early 1990s, Yakko's World from Steven Spielberg Presents: Animaniacs will be familiar. A memory-challenging list song, Yakko’s World inventories the nations of the world in a to...

Fundamentals of Neuroscience Presents: Small Circuits

Small Circuits! This is one of the many wonderfully-presented lessons from Harvard's Fundamentals of Neuroscience free and open online course (or MOOC). While the video's terminology can be technical at times, the sim...

Lemon bars with olive oil and sea salt

Savory, tart, bitter, and sweet from The New York Times: Melissa Clark demonstrates how to make lemon bars with a sophisticated twist by adding olive oil and flaky sea salt. She writes: My mother wasn’t a baker, b...

Immunity and Vaccines Explained – NOVA PBS

Why do we get shots when visiting the doctor? How do vaccines work with our immune systems to keep us from getting sick? From NOVA PBS: Immunity and Vaccines Explained. Our bodies are bombarded by bacteria and ...

Father and Daughter by Michaël Dudok De Wit

Michaël Dudok De Wit’s Academy Award-winning short film about the strength of love and longing, despite the passage of time: Father and Daughter (2000). There are more dad-themed vids on this site. Updated video...

Lost Boy Remembers His Way Home – Sesame Street

Classic Sesame Street: Lost Boy Remembers His Way Home.

Loaf of Bread, Container of Milk, Stick of Butter (1972)

Loaf of Bread, Container of Milk, Stick of Butter (1972), from Sesame Street, of course. Watch more videos about memory and practice on this site. Updated video link.

The NEW Periodic Table Song – AsapScience

How fun is this AsapScience video written, directed and performed by Mitchell Moffit? Based on the famous can can piece from Orphée aux enfers by Jacques Offenbach, The NEW Periodic Table Son...

The Cloudy Dog Talks About…

Asami Ike on the passage of time, and on the devotion and love that dogs feel and bring into the lives of their humans. Dogs are all end up to be a dusty dog. Dogs’ dust consists of pride of themselves and that of ...

Artist Stephen Wiltshire draws New York City from memory

New York City is drawn from memory on a 19 foot (5.8 meter) long paper by Stephen Wiltshire, a British artist with autism. His incredible skill, drawing any city's skyline from memory after observing it from above, ta...