December 20, 2017

Top 15 Free Audio & Video Learning Resources from 2017

We’ve featured 100s of free audio & video learning resources in our Free Resource of the Day Email this year. Now that the year is wrapping up, we’d like to feature the most clicked-through free resources of the year. In case you missed any, here are the most popular free resources we featured in 2017:

1. 500 Best Free Movies on Tubi TV

This year we discovered Tubi TV! It is a free ad-supported streaming TV and movie network offering more than 50,000 titles from impressive partners including Lionsgate, MGM, Paramount Pictures, and Starz. They raised over $20 million earlier this year and offer popular apps on the iPhone/iPad, Android devices, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire, and more. Last year Hulu stopped offering free ad-supported movies and TV shows, but Tubi TV has stepped in to fill that void. And their platform seems a lot smoother in terms of user experience than other free movie platforms out there. A few things to note before you dive in. The viewing rights to their movies vary outside the United States, so sorry if you cannot watch these. Also if the movie is rated “R” you’re likely to have to create account and sign in, in order to view the movie. But we recommend creating an account, so then you can create a “Queue” of the movies and TV shows you want to watch in the future.

Like all movie sites there are a lot of not-so-good movies to sift through. To help you find some good movies, we’ve gone through their entire movie catalog and picked out the top 500 movies you can watch right now through their site and apps. We’ll start with their documentaries, since a lot of these we’ve added into our LearnOutLoud Free Documentaries Collection, and we’ll be adding a lot more soon. Beyond documentaries, we’ve picked out movies in the genres of Action, Classics, Comedy, Drama, Horror, and Thrillers. Here are over 500 of their best free movies that we picked out (we’ve sorted them by year) on our blog.

2. The Kama Sutra

For Valentine’s Day we featured this free audio book download of the ancient Indian Hindu text on human sexuality, love, and spirituality: The Kama Sutra. Written in about 200 CE, this work of Sanskrit literature by Indian philosopher Vatsyayana consists of prose, poetry, and aphorisms. While most known for being a sexual manual, much of the work is a guide on the nature of love, family life, and other aspects of pleasure in human life. This audio book edition is the widely known English translation from 1883 attributed to renowned orientalist and author Sir Richard Francis Burton. This unabridged audio book runs 6 hours and 15 minutes and is narrated by Mark F. Smith who has narrated many quality audio books for Librivox. If you want to dive deeper into The Kama Sutra, check out the Sounds True course by scholar Wendy Doniger called Erotic Spirituality and the Kamasutra.

3. 60 Free Language Learning Programs from Penton Overseas

Long ago the publisher Penton Overseas and their many language learning programs disappeared, but they’ve now been re-published and are available for free on streaming audio on Spotify. You listen to over 60 of their language learning programs including their popular Learn In Your Car series. The Learn In Your Car programs are digestible language tutorials offered in 3 step-by-step levels that you can listen to wherever you are, and they run 3 hours in length. They are also offering their Vocabulearn series which presents vocabulary words that will beef up the building blocks of the language you are trying to learn. The Vocabulearn programs run about 3 hours as well.

4. 45 Free Video Courses from UC-Irvine on LearnOutLoud.com

On LearnOutLoud we feature 45 free courses offered by the University of California at Irvine. Through their UCI open, online course initiative they are now offering these courses on YouTube. Many of these courses are in the areas of chemistry, physics, Earth science, math, and engineering.

5. The Book by Alan Watts

Listen to The Book: On the Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are by Alan Watts. This abridged recording of Alan Watts’s classic book is available to listen to on YouTube. In this book Watts puts forth his worldview, drawing on Hinduism, Chinese philosophy, pantheism, and modern science, in which he maintains that the whole universe consists of a cosmic Self playing hide-and-seek; hiding from itself by becoming all the living and non-living things in the universe and forgetting what it really is – the upshot being that we are all IT in disguise. Enjoy this classic interpretation of Eastern philosophy for a Western audience.

6. Over 70 Free Lectures from The Great Courses

For 2017 Back to School we featured 50 free video lectures from The Great Courses. When we started LearnOutLoud.com back in 2005, one of our main inspirations for launching was promoting audio & video learning content from companies like The Teaching Company. Founded in 1990 by Tom Rollins, The Teaching Company records courses from top professors around the United States in a broad array of university-level disciplines. If you’re a longtime fan of the Teaching Company you might recall Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto that started each lecture and Tom Rollins giving this quote at the start of each course: “By listening for less than an hour a day you can finish even the longest course in just weeks!”

These courses were developed for adult lifelong learners, and back in the early 2000s when we started listening to them, they were available on audio cassettes, CDs, VHS tapes, and DVDs from their website or the local library. Cut to 2017 and now The Teaching Company has changed their name to The Great Courses and they’ve now created over 600 audio & video courses available on CD, DVD, and audio & video download through the TheGreatCourses.com and they’ve launched The Great Courses Plus, which is a subscription service giving you unlimited access to over 350 of their courses which can be streamed online, through their apps, and even downloaded now for offline viewing and listening. They’ve also made their courses available on audio download through Audible.com, and they’ve even launched a channel on Amazon.com called The Great Courses Signature Collection which features access to 100 of their video courses (for $7.99/month for Amazon Prime members).

Although they’ve re-branded and updated their service with the latest technology, The Great Courses still maintain the highest standards for their professors and production quality. They’ve also expanded their course offerings over the years from the history, literature, religion, philosophy, music, economics, and science courses they became known for to newer courses on better living and professional development, along with courses on travel, food & wine, and hobbies like photography and gardening. While free audio & video courses have exploded on the Internet, nothing really tops the audio & video learning content of The Great Courses. To introduce The Great Courses, they’ve uploaded over 70 free sample video lectures on their YouTube channel, and after watching many of them we’ve been reminded of just how great their offerings are. For Back to School we’re featuring reviews of over 50 of these free lectures that we’ve watched. We’ve added these 50 lectures to our LearnOutLoud Free Audio & Video Learning Directory and are linking to them there.

7. Unshakeable by Tony Robbins Podcast

Coinciding with his 2017 book Unshakeable: Your Financial Freedom Playbook, Tony Robbins released a brand new Unshakeable by Tony Robbins Podcast featuring interviews with Tony and his co-author Peter Mallouk. In the first podcast they introduce the idea of being unshakable in the world of investing and finance by not being swayed by the market corrections. Many financial advisors and investment gurus teach investors to buy and sell their investments at different points of the ups and downs of the market, but Robbins and Mallouk encourage listeners to stay with the market throughout the perceived volatility. Tony sought out Peter Mallouk because of his consistent investment gains in good times and bad, remaining one of the top rated financial advisors in the United States. Be inspired into confident investing and wealth from Tony Robbins!

8. The Lessons of History

Will and Ariel Durant are perhaps best known for their monumental 11-volume work The Story of Civilization written between 1935 and 1975. Will Durant also wrote the philosophy introduction book The Story of Philosophy: The Lives and Opinions of the Greater Philosophers in 1926. In 1968, Will and Ariel Durant summarized some of the periods and trends in history they had recognized from their study of 5,000 years of world history in their short work The Lessons of History. This book is available on audio through YouTube in an abridged format running 3 Hrs. and 15 Min. and is read by narrator Grover Gardner.

9. 100+ Free Made For Success Audio Programs

We’ve been selling personal & professional development audio programs from the publisher Made for Success for many years now. In the past few years they’ve started distributing over 100 of their audio programs through YouTube. Most of these programs are shorter and usually run from 30 Min. to 1 Hr. You’ll find titles from popular authors and speakers like Mark Victor Hansen, Loral Langemeier, Sharon L. Lechter (co-author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad), and Zig Ziglar. Many of these audio programs below we are still selling on audio download, but we have embedded the YouTube video on each page of the full audio program, so you can listen to these programs by streaming them through YouTube. Enjoy over 100 free audio programs to help you on your way to success!

10. 11 Joseph Campbell Lecture Series from the Joseph Campbell Foundation

Joseph Campbell was known for his work in comparative mythology and comparative religion, including his book The Hero with a Thousand Faces. He was also a great teacher and lecturer and thankfully many of his lectures were recorded. The Joseph Campbell Foundation has put up the Joseph Campbell Audio Collection on the popular music streaming service Spotify. The Joseph Campbell Audio Collection features 11 series of talks (most of them consisting of five hour-long lectures). The lecture series cover the wide swath of Campbell’s field of knowledge incorporating mythology, religion, psychology, philosophy, and a great deal more. We organized each series into playlists on Spotify and have linked to them and embedded them on our product pages.

11. 15 Free Audio Books by James Allen

Self-help movement pioneer James Allen penned over 20 books in his lifetime all of which are in the public domain. You can now download 15 of these audio books through Librivox thanks in large part to volunteer narrator Andrea Fiore who has narrated most of them. You can download and listen to our version of his most popular work: As a Man Thinketh along with 14 others.

12. Talking Classics: 40 Abridged Audiobooks

The Talking Classics are a series of abridged audiobooks read by some of the best professional narrators in the audiobook business. Each classic audio book runs about 2 Hrs. 20 Min. in length. We’ve assembled a Spotify playlist that features 40 of the most beloved works of literature from The Talking Classics series. We’ve added the audio books in alphabetical order to the playlist which runs over 94 hours in total. Pick some of these unabridged classics for enjoyable listening.

13. The Butterfly Effect Podcast

The new Audible Originals series called The Butterfly Effect: Who Really Pays for Free Porn? has been one of the most popular titles on Audible. This new free series from Audible is basically a multi-part audio documentary by bestselling author Jon Ronson who narrates and conducts interviews for the series as he spends a year examining the wide-ranging effects that free pornography has had on individuals throughout the United States and the world. The series starts with a man named Fabian who launched the site called PornHub which became the YouTube of free porn. From there Ronson follows the butterfly effect of how free porn has changed the lives of people in the porn industry, fueled some new industries, and affected the lives of porn viewers who were flooded with free streaming adult content. The series takes many twists and turns that are fascinating, amusing, bizarre, depressing, and even a few up-lifting. It does contain some sexually explicit language, but in general is focused on the effects that the Internet and free porn have had on people’s lives. You can get the entire 3 Hrs. 30 Min. series for free as a podcast.

14. A Practical Guide to Self-Hypnosis

Learn how to hypnotize yourself and make positive changes in your life through the power of suggestion. This guide was written by self-help and inspirational book publisher Melvin Powers in 1961. Because it is more modern it includes a information on the medical uses of hypnosis which is now used in many forms of psychological treatment. Powers introduces his hypnosis to the newcomer interested in what it can do. He then gives detailed instructions on methods to achieve various levels of self-hypnosis. Listen to this unabridged 4-hour audio book on the methods and benefits of self-hypnosis. It is suitably narrated by Andrea Fiore and available on MP3 download from Librivox.org.

15. The Science of Mindfulness: Who Am I?

In this free lecture provided by The Great Courses, psychiatrist Ronald Siegel outlines the havoc that comes about when we identify “I” or “me” as something separate from the rest of the world. As Siegel argues, mindfulness practice reveals “the self” as an impersonal series of sensations that form a consistent storyline of who we think we are. But what if what you call “you” is actually not what you experience, but something deeper, and more interconnected with the rest of creation? As Eastern spiritual practices tell us, the path to happiness lies in transcending the suffering that comes as a result of identifying ourself as a separate individual. This 30 minute lecture is a good introduction as to why mindfulness meditation practices are becoming a more accepted therapeutic tool in mainstream psychiatric circles. The lecture is available on The Great Courses YouTube channel. This lecture is part of a course from The Great Courses called The Science of Mindfulness: A Research-Based Path to Well-Being taught by Professor Ronald D. Siegel, Psy.D.. This course and over 300 other courses can be accessed with a subscription to The Great Courses Plus.

December 4, 2017

Listen to A Christmas Carol Free, Plus 30 Free Charles Dickens Audio Books

Free Audio Book of A Christmas Carol on LearnOutLoud.com

Our free audio for the month of December is none other than A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Listen to the tale of Ebenezer Scrooge as he’s haunted by The Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Yet to Come. This classic tale has become Charles Dickens’ immortal holiday gift to generations of readers. This audio book has a running time of 2 Hrs. 45 Min. and is available for free on MP3 and bookmarkable MPEG-4 download. It is wonderfully narrated by Antonia Bath and can be downloaded exclusively through LearnOutLoud.com from now until the end of December. You can also watch it for free through our YouTube video which we’ve embedded on the page.

Free Audio Book of A Christmas Carol on LearnOutLoud.com

Also we feature 5 other free editions of this classic tale, if you’d like some to choose from:

A Christmas Carol from LibriVox – Read by a top narrator from LibriVox named Bob Neufeld and available on MP3 download.

A Christmas Carol from Lit2Go – Read by a solo narrator for Lit2Go.

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens Audio Book Podcast – Professionally narrated by Patrick Horgan. We’ve been told that one of the staves might cut off, but are not sure which one.

A Christmas Carol from WOUB Digital – Well narrated by Karen Chan and a full cast. This edition is on streaming through SoundCloud.

A Christmas Carol Performed by Orson Welles’ Campbell Playhouse – One hour radio dramatization performed by Orson Welles and the Campbell Playhouse crew on December 23, 1938. Available on MP3 Download.

Plenty of editions to choose from and they’re all free! Listen to these audio books to get into the Christmas spirit!

Also if you’d like to get further into the works of Dickens, we currently feature 30 free audio books by Charles Dickens from Librivox and Lit2Go:

American Notes for General Circulation

Barnaby Rudge

The Battle of Life

Bleak House

A Child’s History of England

The Chimes

The Cricket on the Hearth

David Copperfield

Dombey and Son

Great Expectations

Hard Times

The Haunted Man and the Ghost’s Bargain

A House to Let

The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit

The Life And Adventures Of Nicholas Nickleby

Little Dorrit

Mudfog and Other Sketches

The Mystery of Edwin Drood

The Old Curiosity Shop

Oliver Twist

Our Mutual Friend

The Pickwick Papers

Pictures from Italy

The Seven Poor Travellers

Sketches by Boz: Illustrative of Every-Day Life and Every-Day People

The Strange Gentleman

A Tale of Two Cities Podcast

Three Ghost Stories

The Uncommercial Traveller

The Village Coquettes

The Wreck of the Golden Mary

You can check out over 200 audio books by Charles Dickens (both paid and free) on our Charles Dickens author page here:

Charles Dickens Audio Books

November 21, 2017

Best of the Studs Terkel Radio Archive

Studs Terkel was undoubtedly one of the great radio interviewers of the 20th century. Listen to 100s of interviews conducted by the multifaceted Studs Terkel who hosted “The Studs Terkel Program” on Chicago’s fine arts radio station WFMT from 1952 to 1997. The audio galleries on Studs Terkel Radio Archive website and now on SoundCloud feature many of his radio show interviews covering the arts, literature, poetry, civil rights, philosophy, politics, film, and sports from the past century. There are also interviews with everyday people who experienced the major 20th century events of the Great Depression, World War II, Labor movements, and the Civil Rights movement in the 20th century. And then there are the interviews with some of the leading voices and minds of the 20th century.

At the beginning of 2016 the Studs Terkel Radio Archive launched a Kickstarter and earned over $80,000 along with a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Their Kickstarter pledge: “Over two years, we aim to make an additional 1000 of Studs Terkel’s programs freely available for listening, exploring, and remixing.”

UPDATE! As of 2020 the Studs Terkel Radio Archive is live! The majority of the thousands of interviews Studs conducted are now available on audio on the site with great sound quality. You can browse the entire radio archive on their site here:

Browse Hundreds of Recordings on the Studs Terkel Radio Archive

We went through the entire archive and picked out some of the best interviews from the 45 years of the radio archive. Here are some great interviews you can listen to:

Dorothy Parker Discusses Her Plays
Norman Mailer Discusses His Writing
R. Buckminster Fuller in Conversation
Simone de Beauvoir Discusses the Art of Writing
Buster Keaton Discusses Comedy
Aaron Copland Discusses His Career
Tennessee Williams Talks with Studs Terkel
Rita Moreno Discusses West Side Story
Sidney Poitier Discusses The Defiant Ones
Newton Minow Discusses Broadcasting
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Discusses Civil Rights
Woody Allen Discusses His Comedy
Marshall McLuhan Talks with Studs Terkel
Pauline Kael Discusses Her Book Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
Hunter S. Thompson Discussing Hell’s Angels
Cesar Chavez Discusses Farm Labor Rights
Gore Vidal Discusses Myra Breckinridge
Mel Brooks Discusses The Producers
Ralph Nader Discusses Unsafe at Any Speed
David Halberstam Discusses Bobby Kennedy
Noam Chomsky Discusses American Power and the New Mandarins
Bertrand Russell Talks with Studs Terkel
Maya Angelou Discusses I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
Ralph Ellison Talks with Studs Terkel
Agitator: A Tribute to Saul D. Alinsky
Alan Watts Discusses In My Own Way
Janis Joplin Discusses Her Career
Thich Nhat Hanh Discusses The Vietnam War
Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward Discuss All the President’s Men
Martin Scorsese and Paul Schrader Discuss Taxi Driver
Oceanographer Jacques Cousteau Talks with Studs Terkel
Allen Ginsberg Discusses Poetry and Meditation
Susan Sontag Discusses Tuberculosis
Pauline Kael Discusses Film in 1980
Gore Vidal Discusses Lincoln
William Friedkin Talks with Studs Terkel
Carl Sagan Discusses Contact
Oliver Sacks Talks with Studs Terkel
Margaret Atwood Discusses The Handmaid’s Tale
Elmore Leonard Discusses Get Shorty
Ray Bradbury Discusses His Books
Roger Ebert Discusses Old Movies

To learn more about the life and times of Studs Terkel check out this great interview from 2004 with Terkel:

Keeping the Faith in Difficult Times: Conversation with Studs Terkel

In this hour long streaming video interview, Conversations with History host Harry Kreisler interviews Studs later in his life. It is a fascinating and funny interview which covers much of Terkel’s life and his philosophy on life in America. He also openly expresses his opinions about the media and the politicians today. Although in his 90s at the time, Terkel lucidly reminisces about his life and the lessons he has learned from it. This video is available to stream through YouTube.

November 15, 2017

Best FRONTLINE Documentaries & Podcasts

FRONTLINE has produced over 500 documentary films on contemporary social and political issues in the past 20 years. And you can not only watch most of them online for free through the PBS FRONTLINE website, but you can also listen to over 50 of them on the Frontline Audiocast Podcast. While the popular Frontline Audiocast Podcast lacked the visual component, it still was usually comprehendible as an audio podcast with some audio cues to aid listeners. Now FRONTLINE has launched their first audio-only podcast in The FRONTLINE Dispatch Podcast and it applies FRONTLINE’s investigative reporting to the podcast medium with superb audio documentaries. Check it out here:

The FRONTLINE Dispatch Podcast

This new podcast currently features five audio documentaries. In each documentary a journalist guides you through the story as it is interspersed with interviews and audio source material to aid in the storytelling. For an interesting listen, check out the episode “The Housing Fix” which examines the complicated relationship between slum landlords, tenants, and city planners, as many living in poverty are evicted from their homes to make way for pricier housing developments. Set in the city neighborhoods of Dallas, but indicative of what’s happening in many U.S. urban cities, the audio documentary paints a complex portrait of the challenges in maintaining affordable living conditions for the nation’s poor and lower middle class. That’s just one of the audio documentaries you can hear in this new podcast from FRONTLINE that you’ll probably want to subscribe to.

If you’d like to listen to FRONTLINE documentaries, then can also listen to over 50 of them on the:

Frontline Audiocast – PBS Podcast

The PBS Frontline series are some of the best documentaries available on public television, but it’s often difficult to carve out time to sit down and watch them. Now Frontline has released a group of their documentaries as audio podcasts and they actually work really well as just audio. Since most of the Frontline documentaries feature talking heads interviews along with narration they don’t really require the visual component. Also Frontline has done the service of inserting audio of the name of the person who is talking before each interview. Each podcast runs about an hour.

We also feature over 150 of the best FRONTLINE documentaries on streaming video on our site and we plan add more soon. Browse the best of FRONTLINE on LearnOutLoud:

Browse Over 150 of the Best Free FRONTLINE Documentaries

FRONTLINE also has started their 36th season. Below are three of the best documentaries from the new season:

North Korea’s Deadly Dictator

In North Korea’s Deadly Dictator, FRONTLINE presents the bizarre story of the murder of Kim Jong-un’s half-brother Kim Jong-nam in Malaysia in February of 2017. As the days after the murder by chemical attack progressed, the investigation increasingly appeared to be an assassination conducted by the North Korean leadership in response to Kim Jong-nam speaking up against the regime. The documentary then turns towards the increasing aggression of North Korea and their nuclear weapons program which has loomed over 2017. It covers the response of the Trump administration and potential ways of dealing with the threat North Korea poses. The documentary features footage from inside North Korea and interviews of experts on the Korean conflict.


In the FRONTLINE documentary Mosul, viewers will get an inside look at the battle young Iraqi soldiers fought to drive ISIS out of Mosul in Iraq. It’s a brutal and sometimes graphic look at the violence in the region. The documentary doesn’t feature narration, but instead focuses on the battles and words of the soldiers fighting them. With many innocent men, women, and children caught in the crossfire and a city decimated, it is a difficult look into the heart of a battle that cost thousands of civilian lives.

Putin’s Revenge

In the two-part documentary Putin’s Revenge, FRONTLINE casts a light on the Russian President Vladimir Putin. In part one you’ll learn about Putin’s role in the KGB at the end of the Cold War and his rise to power under Boris Yeltsin. You’ll also hear about his ongoing strain with the United States including Presidents Clinton, Bush, and Obama. By gaining firm control of Russian state media, Putin has been able to shift the blame of many global conflicts and uprisings onto the United States. His ire against the U.S. was eventually directed towards Hillary Clinton who was the U.S. Secretary of State at the time Muammar Gaddafi was ousted from power and killed in Libya. Part two of Putin’s Revenge focuses on Putin’s more recent political meddling in the Ukraine and then in the Presidential election of the United States. U.S. intelligence agents and journalists comment on the hacking of Democratic National Committee emails and the cyber campaigns and fake news stories that were initiated to tarnish the campaign of Hillary Clinton. At the same time of these attacks, Republican candidate Donald Trump encouraged both the Russians and Wikileaks to hack emails in order to expose the corruption of his opponent Hillary Clinton. And on election day in November of 2016, Putin believed he had succeeded in his attempts to influence U.S. politics and derail the Clinton campaign, when Donald Trump was elected U.S. President. If you’d like to listen to Putin’s Revenge, you can listen to it on the Frontline Audiocast Podcast as well.

In addition to this 2-hour documentary, FRONTLINE has put up over 30 full length interviews with many of the key interviewees featured in the Putin’s Revenge documentary, including many interviews that last over an hour in length. They’ve assembled a YouTube playlist which you can watch all of the interviews on:

FRONTLINE: The Putin Files

And in the past we’ve featured numerous FRONTLINE documentaries in our Free Resource of the Day Email. Here are all the FRONTLINE documentaries we’ve featured in the past. Note: It seems that only U.S. viewers can watch these for free. Sorry to our international users.

The Long Walk of Nelson Mandela

This 2-hour PBS FRONTLINE documentary covers Nelson Mandela’s amazing life story, from his radical political activism in Johannesburg as a youth to his over 20-year imprisonment, and then to his remarkable rise as the President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999 in which he presided over the dismantling of apartheid. This documentary features excellent footage from all periods in Mandela’s life along with interviews of the people closest to him. It’s a story that must be heard to be believed. Watch this superb documentary from PBS online.

The Wounded Platoon

Watch this free FRONTLINE documentary, and it will certainly bring our armed service veterans to the forefront of your mind. This PBS documentary takes a look at a platoon of U.S. infantrymen and their tours of duty in Iraq and the difficulties they faced in returning to everyday life. It provides a glimpse into the horrors of war, along with the horrors of returning from war when psychological wounds often haunt soldiers. The film examines the lives of numerous men from this platoon, many of whom are inflicted with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) which sometimes leads to violent and self-destructive behavior. It’s a sobering reminder of our collective responsibility to our veterans and to the soldiers currently serving the United States of America.

The Soldier’s Heart

This free FRONTLINE documentary will certainly bring our armed service veterans to the forefront of your mind. This 2005 PBS documentary examines the lives of numerous men who returned from the Iraq War and were inflicted with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The veterans tell their stories of the horrors of war and the difficulty they had in coping with life after coming home. Numerous mental health professionals offer their advice on coping with PTSD throughout the documentary. It’s a sobering reminder of our collective responsibility to our veterans and to the soldiers currently serving the United States of America. This documentary is available on streaming video through the PBS website.

Syria Behind the Lines

Watch this recent PBS Frontline documentary to get an up close view of the ongoing Syrian civil war. Award-winning filmmaker Olly Lambert attempts to show both sides of the conflict by following a Sunni rebel soldier and a Syrian Army soldier serving in President Bashar al-Assad’s army. It’s a pretty horrific documentary depicting graphic imagery of the ongoing violence in this bloody conflict with a death toll surpassing 100,000. But, in light of recent events, it is definitely worth watching to get a glimpse into what is happening in Syria on the ground level.

Syria Undercover & The Regime Responds

These two documentaries on Syria were aired in November 8, 2011. In the 30-minute documentary “Syria Undercover” reporter Ramita Navai goes undercover to see what is happening to protesters during the Syria uprising. She seems to enter one dangerous scenario after another as the Syrian army cracks down on the protests. In the second 20-minute documentary “The Regime”, Frontline takes a look at the history of the rule of the Al-Assad family over Syria since 1970. They examine the rule of the current President of Syria, Bashar al-Assad, and how his reforms may have led to the Syrian uprising during the “Arab Spring” movement, which President Assad is now trying to suppress.

The Rise of ISIS

Watch this PBS Frontline documentary on the rise of ISIS in Iraq and Syria. Starting with the withdrawal of American ground troops, this documentary examines the political climate of Iraq and the conflicts between Shiites and Sunni Iraqis since that time. After increased dissatisfaction with Iraq Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and his support of Shiites, the Sunni insurgency began to grow. Aided by the rise of ISIS in the Syrian Civil War, the group began driving out Iraqi government forces in key western cities in Iraq. The documentary concludes with ISIS controlling large portions of both Iraq and Syria, and revealing their notorious human rights abuses and war crimes. With interviews from U.S. intelligence officials and members of the Obama administration, the documentary examines the increased recent involvement of the U.S. in the region and the possibility of putting ground troops back in Iraq. This 50-minute documentary is available to stream for free from the PBS Frontline website.

Digital Nation

In this PBS documentary Frontline turns its eye to our digital age and how the ubiquitousness of computers and the Internet are transforming our lives. They examine the role of digital technology from many angles, but primarily focus on its role in education. The big question is are these technologies enhancing education or dumbing it down, and the answers the filmmakers get are quite mixed. From the halls of MIT to the unique schools which utilize gaming as the primary form of learning, teachers and students chime in about what they think digital technology is doing to education. The documentary also explores virtual reality and the world of Second Life. They talk to avid gamers, IBM employees who virtually meet in Second Life, and veterans who utilize virtual reality to confront their PTSD. The film covers many other topics from Korean kids addicted to video games to military service members who conduct drone strikes from remote posts in Nevada. The filmmakers do an excellent job of showcasing what is gained and what is lost as we rapidly move forward as a digital nation.

Generation Like

In this superb follow up to his Frontline documentary The Merchants of Cool, Frontline filmmaker Douglas Rushkoff tries to figure out what is happening at the intersection of teens and corporate marketing in this new digital age. No longer the passive consumers of the media that is presented to them, teens are now empowered through social media with a new social currency of “likes”. From Facebook to YouTube to Twitter, Rushkoff looks at how teens are interacting with celebrities, movies, and brands in new ways. He interviews rising YouTube stars about the ways they are collaborating with companies to market their products. He also goes to some of the hottest social media marketing companies to see how they generate buzz for their clients. In the end he finds that the idea of “selling out” is something foreign to this new digital generation and that they are plenty willing to play along with corporate marketing in exchange for more “likes”.

And if you want to revisit them, they’ve been offering their special Presidential election documentaries “The Choice” on their YouTube channel for the past three election cycles:

FRONTLINE: The Choice 2008

Watch this 2-hour PBS Frontline documentary entitled “The Choice 2008”. This informative documentary intertwines the biographical story of the presidential candidates John McCain & Barack Obama along with a behind-the-scenes look at the ups and downs of their presidential campaigns over the past few years. A host of commentators from political strategists to biographers to personal friends of the candidates chime in with their observations. This documentary is free to watch on streaming video on YouTube.

Frontline: The Choice 2012

Each presidential election year PBS produces the Frontline documentary “The Choice”. Watch the 2-hour documentary “The Choice 2012” on YouTube. This documentary goes beyond the talking points of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, and looks at their biographies in order to discover what drives them and informs their decisions. The documentary goes back to the upbringing of both candidates and follows them through their rise in politics and some of their more recent political struggles. It’s a good look at Obama and Romney with insightful interviews from some of the people that have been closest to them. Enjoy this free documentary.

Frontline: The Choice 2016

Each presidential election the PBS series Frontline produces an election special that profiles the two major candidates. Their two-hour special is now available to stream on their YouTube channel. This special covers the biographies of the frontrunners Hillary Rodham Clinton and Donald Trump, and the long and very different paths they took to reach this point. With interviews from biographers and people closest to each of the candidates you get an idea of what has driven these individuals throughout their careers. You’ll hear the story of Hillary Clinton and her entry into Democratic politics from her years as first lady of Arkansas and then the United States, to her role as Senator of New York and Secretary of State. You’ll also hear about the rise of Donald J. Trump, the wealthy American businessman who came of age in the 1980s and kept his brand alive into 1990s and became a reality TV star in the 2000s. You’ll hear about the scandals and hardships they’ve faced throughout their long lives in the public eye and their persistence through it all in “Frontline: The Choice 2016”.

November 13, 2017

How to Access iTunes U Content in the New iTunes

For those of you who are fans of the free audio & video courses and lectures on iTunes U and you downloaded iTunes 12.7, you might’ve been shocked and dismayed to learn that the ability to browse iTunes U is no longer a main menu option within iTunes on your desktop. As of their September 2017 iTunes 12.7 release, iTunes U was merged with the Podcasts section. So while the iTunes U content is still there and you can search for it, the ability to browse it is now difficult in iTunes. You can browse it within the iTunes U iOS app on your iPhone or iPad. But if you don’t have an iPhone or iPad, it’s harder to find all this great free educational content. Also after browsing the iOS app we found that a lot of the content that universities are offering is not easy to find within the iOS app, but it is still up in iTunes. It’s a little confusing, but Apple has now divided the iTunes U content into Podcasts and Course Collections and the Course Collections are not accessible outside of iOS. But a lot of the actual courses are listed as Podcasts and are accessible via iTunes.

Anyway after some digging we did locate the link to the iTunes U browse page on iTunes. Here it is:

New iTunes U Browse Page on iTunes

But for desktop users this browse page doesn’t help a whole lot because for the most part it only links to the Course Collections that are only accessible on iOS. It does not link to the Podcasts which offer a lot more iTunes U content than is accessible in the iTunes U app.

So in this blog post we’ll try to help you out with locating all that iTunes U has to offer in iTunes. Hopefully in the future Apple will make an iTunes U Podcast browse section of their podcast directory and hopefully they’ll make the iTunes Course Collections accessible to all (not just iOS users). For now we thought we’d aid you with links to the top college & university providers on iTunes and their new Podcasts pages, along with links to iTunes U content that we’ve featured on our site.

You can access a lot of the iTunes U content directly through the university podcast provider pages. We went through all of the providers in iTunes U and picked out the best ones to link to. So we’ll start by providing you with links to some of the top iTunes U providers on iTunes:

Stanford University on iTunes

Harvard University on iTunes

Yale University on iTunes

Columbia University on iTunes

MIT OpenCourseware on iTunes

UC Berkeley on iTunes

UCLA on iTunes

Duke University on iTunes

University of Southern California on iTunes

Ohio State University on iTunes

Arizona State University on iTunes

Oxford University on iTunes

University of London on iTunes

The Open University on iTunes

University of Pennsylvania on iTunes

UCTV on iTunes

University of Chicago on iTunes

La Trobe University on iTunes

DePaul University on iTunes

The University of Texas at Austin on iTunes

Caltech on iTunes

Carnegie Mellon University on iTunes

American University on iTunes

Emory University on iTunes

Chapman University on iTunes

UC Davis on iTunes

Cornell University on iTunes

Georgetown University on iTunes

Missouri State University on iTunes

New York University on iTunes

UC Irvine on iTunes

University of Arizona on iTunes

University of Notre Dame on iTunes

Reformed Theological Seminary on iTunes

University of Glasgow on iTunes

And here are some iTunes U providers that are not universities or colleges:

Library of Congress on iTunes

The Aspen Ideas Festival on iTunes

U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum on iTunes

Center for Strategic and International Studies on iTunes

U.S. National Archives on iTunes

Smithsonian Folkways on iTunes

Also we still link to a number of iTunes U offerings through LearnOutLoud. Here are some of courses and offerings we’ve collected over the years:

Over 70 Courses & Lectures from Stanford University on iTunes & YouTube

30 Courses from La Trobe University

Over 20 Free Courses from UC Davis on iTunes & YouTube

10 Courses from Arizona State University

Over 15 Courses from East Tennessee State University

12 Courses from the University of New Orleans

9 Courses from Utah Valley University

3 Courses from the University of Oklahoma

7 Courses from Johns Hopkins University

15 Courses from Liberty University

30 Courses from Missouri State University on iTunes & YouTube

13 Courses from New York University on iTunes & YouTube

8 Courses from Ohio State University

12 Course from Seattle Pacific University

9 University of Michigan Courses

22 Courses from Harrisburg Area Community College

5 Courses from Parkland College

8 Courses from the New Jersey Institute of Technology

18 Courses from Covenant Theological Seminary

3 Courses from DePaul University

30 Courses from the Reformed Theological Seminary

4 University of Arizona Courses

And here is over 50 other iTunes U courses we link to:

50 More iTunes Courses

And here are some of the individual courses and offerings we’ve featured over the years:

Exploring the Hobbit

In this free course provided by iTunes U on audio download, Corey Olsen offers a thorough, chapter by chapter discussion of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit, discussing character, plot, and thematic elements in lovingly exhaustive detail. Olsen stresses Tolkien’s careful choice of words, the importance of poetry and music in The Hobbit and the careful tonal balance the author keeps between whimsical prose and serious subject matter. In the end, Bilbo Baggins’ journey mirrors the reader’s journey from mundane every-day existence to an ever-expanding vista that becomes more fantastic, more magical and more dangerous as the story progresses. With Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit film adaptation coming to a close, this course is a perfect way to dig into the source material, learn more about Tolkien’s work, and explore how The Hobbit fits into the grander story told with the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

The Literature of Crisis

In addition to their other offerings through Stanford on iTunes, Stanford University is offering this course for free through iTunes U on audio download. This Intro to Humanities course entitled “The Literature of Crisis” explores crisis when it occurs at the personal, familial, and societal levels through six major works of literature. Professor Martin Evans and Marsh McCall are both dynamic lecturers that lead listeners through these works. While it seems a lot can be derived from the lectures without reading the works, you may want to read (or listen to) some of the works yourself in conjuction with listening to the lectures. Here are the works they examine (with links to these titles on audio book): Apology by Plato, The Consolation of Philosophy by Boethius, Oedipus the King by Sophocles, Hamlet by Shakespeare, The Aeneid by Virgil, and Candide by Voltaire.

Story of Freedom in America

Professor J. Rufus Fears was an American historian, scholar, teacher, and author, who was best known for his many courses he taught through the Teaching Company that produces The Great Courses. Now you can get one of his “great” courses absolutely free from the University of Oklahoma through iTunes U. In a series of 18 dynamic audio & video lectures supplemented by downloadable documents, Professor J. Rufus Fears tells the story of how America’s vision of freedom became a model for the entire world. As Fears argues in the first lecture, one of the main reasons America has endured is because the founding fathers used lessons from the past to make decisions in the present and plan for the future. This sense of what works historically and what we should avoid has given the great American leaders (from Jefferson to Lincoln to FDR) a sturdy precedent that can be used as a tool to forge ahead. With that established, Fears says the purpose of the course will be to reflect upon the lessons provided by major turning points in American history and how we can use this history to tackle the problems the world faces today. Enjoy this course from a truly great professor and historian.

Introduction to Human Anatomy

Utah Valley University Professor Michael J. Shively leads a course that will explore the structure and function of the most remarkable machine on earth: the Human Body. In a series of video lectures, Shively goes over how human anatomy is broken down to the sub-atomic level, back up to the “gross” or observable elements we can study with the naked eye. As they progress through the course, Shively asks his students to continually build upon what they are learning, providing a cell by cell, bone by bone picture of how human beings function and how we differ from other living beings. Fun and easy to digest, Shively’s dynamic videos easily draw both the student and the viewer in on a fascinating topic. This 38 lesson course is available on free video via iTunes U.

History of Modern Philosophy

In this free audio course from iTunes U, Professor Clarence Mark Phillips from the University of New Orleans presents a philosophical survey from the 17th century to the beginning of the 19th century (from Descartes to Kant) and tracks how rational thought splintered into fields such as political science, economics, and evolutionary psychology. It focuses on on how certain Renaissance-era thinkers began to respond to earlier philosophical traditions from antiquity, leading to new concepts that became hallmarks of the Enlightenment period and laid the bedrock for the modern mind. Phillips stresses that one of the main points of the course is to engage the learner to grapple head-on with the concepts discussed so they might develop analytical tools that go beyond the subject at hand and so they can be used in everyday life. Download or listen to this audio course through iTunes.

Jerusalem: The Holy City

UCLA professor Robert Cargill teaches a class that considers how the the three major world religions focused on Jerusalem as a center of holy significance. Cargill begins the course by tracking why a regionally unexceptional city became so important in the first place. Starting chronologically with Genesis, he traces the history of Jewish settlement in the region, to the rise of Christianity and the latter development of Islam. Throughout each lecture, Cargill tethers every historical era to the physical geography of the city itself, showcasing how cultural and religious development was mirrored by the changing significance of specific landmarks. Viewed in this light, Cargill’s course demonstrates how different cultures externalize and maintain their religious beliefs through physical objects and places. This course is available on video through iTunes U.

Colonial and Revolutionary America

The ways in which scholars and teachers approach American History has gone through a major shakeup in recent years, and in this free course presented by Stanford, students will be given a chance to assess the new ways we might investigate American origins. Historian and professor Jack Rakove identifies two strands of thinking when it comes to American history: the first, more conventional take examines American history through the prism of British colonial involvement and the transplantation of English institutions into North America. The second, more contemporary view sets the clock back to European “discovery”, starting with Columbus and tracing the vast exchanges over what became known as the Atlantic Ocean. Setting up his survey in these terms, Rakove explains that writing a strong narrative of American history has always been tough to do, and the course will try to navigate the complex series of interactions that led to the development of the North American continent up the Revolutionary generation. This course is available on audio through iTunes U.

Romanticism Course

Who were the Romantics? In this free course conducted by Timothy Morton, listeners will learn about an innovative literary period between 1790 and 1820 that produced influential writers such as William Blake, Jane Austen, William Wordsworth, John Keats, and Mary Shelley. Centered primarily in England at the dawn of the Industrial Revolution, the Romantic poets began to grapple with a changing world that was dominated by capitalist ambition, a growing consumerism, and the explosive development of democratic political reforms. Morton also feels that with this change there came a new self-awareness that the romantics tapped into, where many became conscious of a newfound intellectual and expressive freedom. The course will not only cover the writers and their work, but also pay special attention to how their thinking helped influence modern self-understanding. It’s being offered on audio on iTunes U.

How to Think Like a Psychologist

In this free mini-course provided by Stanford University, Upside of Stress author and psychologist Kelly McGonigal hosts a survey of current trends in psychology and how they might offer strategies for use in daily life. With each class, cutting edge psychologists offer a lecture on their specific areas of study, followed by lively interviews with McGonigal and questions from the class. Fascinating topics covered include how to use meditation to combat anxiety, finding practical techniques to manage our emotions, and what really makes human beings unique. A must for anyone interested in the role psychology plays in daily life, and for those that want to learn more about the newest, exciting innovations in the field. This course is available on video through iTunes U.

Hopefully this post helps you find the riches of iTunes U!

November 8, 2017

500 Best Free Movies on Tubi TV

A lot of the movies below are now gone from Tubi but a lot more have been added. Please check out our latest blog on the best Tubi movies:

800 Best Free Movies on Tubi TV in 2019

We recently discovered Tubi TV! It is a free ad-supported streaming TV and movie network offering more than 50,000 titles from impressive partners including Lionsgate, MGM, Paramount Pictures, and Starz. They raised over $20 million earlier this year and offer popular apps on the iPhone/iPad, Android devices, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire, and more. Last year Hulu stopped offering free ad-supported movies and TV shows, but Tubi TV has stepped in to fill that void. And their platform seems a lot smoother in terms of user experience than other free movie platforms out there. A few things to note before you dive in. The viewing rights to their movies vary outside the United States, so sorry if you cannot watch these. Also if the movie is rated “R” you’re likely to have to create account and sign in, in order to view the movie. But we recommend creating an account, so then you can create a “Queue” of the movies and TV shows you want to watch in the future.

Like all movie sites there are a lot of not-so-good movies to sift through. To help you find some good movies, we’ve gone through their entire movie catalog and picked out the top 500 movies you can watch right now through their site and apps. We’ll start with their documentaries, since a lot of these we’ve added into our LearnOutLoud.com Free Documentaries Collection, and we’ll be adding a lot more soon. Beyond documentaries, we’ve picked out movies in the genres of Action, Classics, Comedy, Drama, Horror, and Thrillers. Here are over 500 of their best free movies that we picked out (we’ve sorted them by year):


A.K.A Cassius Clay (1970)
Marjoe (1972)
The Last Waltz (1978)
From Mao to Mozart: Isaac Stern in China (1979)
Genocide (1980)
The Decline of Western Civilization (1981)
Atomic Café (1982)
Koyaanisqatsi (1982)
Stop Making Sense (1983)
The Decline of Western Civilization, Part II: The Metal Years (1988)
Let’s Get Lost (1989)
Madonna: Truth or Dare (1990)
The Last Party (1992)
The Restless Conscience (1992)
Trinity and Beyond: The Atomic Bomb Movie (1995)
Atomic Filmmakers: Hollywoods Secret Film Studio (1996)
Heidi Fleiss: Hollywood Madam (1996)
The Long Way Home (1996)
Mandela (1996)
The Cruise (1997)
Little Dieter Needs to Fly (1997)
The Decline of Western Civilization Part III (1998)
Kurt and Courtney (1998)
Atomic Journeys: Welcome to Ground Zero (1999)
Genghis Blues (1999)
My Best Fiend (1999)
The Eyes of Tammy Faye (2000)
Startup.com (2001)
7 Days in September (2002)
Amandla!: A Revolution in Four-Part Harmony (2002)
Bowling for Columbine (2002)
Hell’s Highway (2002)
OT: Our Town (2002)
The Weather Underground (2002)
Step Into Liquid (2003)
Stevie (2003)
The End (2004)
Let the Church Say Amen (2004)
What the Bleep Do We Know!? (2004)
Word Wars (2004)
12 Ordinary Men (2005)
Grizzly Man (2005)
Rize (2005)
Deliver Us from Evil (2006)
In Search of Mozart (2006)
Jonestown: Paradise Lost (2006)
Leonard Cohen: I’m Your Man (2006)
The Rape of Europa (2006)
Wake Up and Get Healthy (2006)
Certifiably Jonathan (2007)
In the Shadow of the Moon (2007)
The Secret (2007)
Skid Row (2007)
America the Beautiful (2008)
Boogie Man: The Lee Altwater Story (2008)
Crips and Bloods: Made in America (2008)
Food Fight (2008)
Garrison Keillor: The Man on the Radio (2008)
How to Cook Your Life (2008)
The Human Experience (2008)
Know Your Mushrooms (2008)
The Life and Times of Allen Ginsberg (2008)
Wild Combination: A Portrait of Arthur Russell (2008)
Beer Wars (2009)
The Cartel (2009)
Cropsey (2009)
Fresh (2009)
How to Live Forever (2009)
Loose Change (2009)
My Dog: An Unconditional Love Story (2009)
The Night James Brown Saved Boston (2009)
Nightmares in Red, White, and Blue (2009)
Reel Injun (2009)
The September Issue (2009)
Soundtrack for a Revolution (2009)
Tapped (2009)
Transcendent Man (2009)
Under Our Skin (2009)
American Grindhouse (2010)
Carbon Nation (2010)
Cool It (2010)
Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead (2010)
Gasland (2010)
Genius Within: The Inner Life of Glenn Gould (2010)
Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story (2010)
The Lottery (2010)
Tupac Uncensored and Uncut: The Lost Prison Tapes (2010)
Who Is Harry Nilsson? (2010)
5 Broken Cameras (2011)
American: The Bill Hicks Story (2011)
Bag It (2011)
Blank City (2011)
Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope (2011)
Crazy Wisdom: The Life and Times of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche (2011)
Erasing Hate (2011)
Hell and Back Again (2011)
Homeless in Los Angeles (2011)
How to Die in Oregon (2011)
Kumare (2011)
The Look (2011)
The Loving Story (2011)
My Reincarnation (2011)
You’ve Been Trumped (2011)
2016: Obama’s America (2012)
Char-ac-ter (2012)
Craigslist Joe (2012)
The Decade You Were Born: The 1940’s (2012)
The Decade You Were Born: The 1950’s (2012)
The Decade You Were Born: The 1960’s (2012)
The Decade You Were Born: The 1970’s (2012)
The Decade You Were Born: The 1980’s (2012)
Dinotasia (2012)
The Fourth World (2012)
Harry Belafonte: Sing Your Song (2012)
Head Games (2012)
The House I Live In (2012)
The Imposter (2012)
The Joffrey Ballet: The Mavericks of American Dance (2012)
Last Will & Testament (2012)
Money and Medicine (2012)
Of Two Minds (2012)
The Revisionaries (2012)
Roman Polanski: A Film Memoir (2012)
Shut Up and Play the Hits (2012)
Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap (2012)
The Source Family (2012)
That Gal Who Was In That Thing (2012)
That Guy Who Was in That Thing (2012)
They Call It Myanmar (2012)
Undaunted: The Forgotten Giants of the Allegheny Observatory (2012)
The Waiting Room (2012)
The Woman Who Wasn’t There (2012)
$ellebrity (2013)
American Addict (2013)
Blood Brother (2013)
Burning Man: Beyond Black Rock (2013)
Desert Runners (2013)
Our Nixon (2013)
The Overnighters (2013)
Roman Polanski: Odd Man Out (2013)
Sound City (2013)
Stolen Seas (2013)
Tales From The Organ Trade (2013)
The Unbelievers (2013)
Visitors (2013)
20,000 Days On Earth (2014)
21 Years: Richard Linklater (2014)
As the Palaces Burn (2014)
Bending the Light (2014)
Children of the Light (2014)
Dsknectd (2014)
Kidnapped for Christ (2014)
Kindness Is Contagious (2014)
Love Me (2014)
Neurons to Nirvana (2014)
One Little Pill (2014)
Women Aren’t Funny (2014)
Being Evel (2015)
The Damned: Don’t You Wish That We Were Dead (2015)
Dennis Rodman’s Big Bang in Pyongyang (2015)
Dukale’s Dream (2015)
Gameplay: The Story of the Videogame Revolution (2015)
Living the Fantasy (2015)
Mindfulness: Be Happy Now (2015)
Origins (2015)
Plastic Galaxy (2015)
The Primary Instinct (2015)
Searching for Home: Coming Back from War (2015)
Why I’m Not On Facebook (2015)
1 Nation Under Trump (2016)
7 Days in Syria (2016)
Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party (2016)
Mexico’s Bravest Man (2016)
Without a Scalpel (2016)


C.C. and Company (1970)
Cotton Comes to Harlem (1970)
The McKenzie Break (1970)
Chato’s Land (1972)
Black Mama, White Mama (1973)
The Doll Squad (1973)
High Crime (1973)
Revolver (1973)
Foxy Brown (1974)
Gone in 60 Seconds (1974)
Juggernaut (1974)
The Street Fighter (1974)
The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974)
Bucktown, U.S.A. (1975)
Death Race 2000 (1975)
Four of the Apocalypse (1975)
Friday Foster (1975)
Sheba, Baby (1975)
Assault on Precinct 13 (1976)
Good Guys Wear Black (1977)
Circle of Iron (1978)
Convoy (1978)
A Force of One (1979)
The Big Brawl (1980)
The Final Countdown (1980)
Death Wish 2 (1982)
Fire & Ice (1983)
Lone Wolf McQuade (1983)
The Toughest Man in the World (1983)
Dreamscape (1984)
The Protector (1985)
8 Million Ways to Die (1986)
Raw Deal (1986)
The Wraith (1986)
Police Story (1987)
Police Story 2 (1988)
Samurai Cop (1991)
Posse (1992)
Sonatine (1992)
Crime Story (1993)
Public Access (1993)
East Meets West (1995)
Belly (1998)
Antitrust (2001)
Agent Cody Banks (2003)
Dark Blue (2003)
Saints and Soldiers (2003)
Stander (2003)
Lady Vengeance (2005)
Modus Operandi (2009)
Haywire (2012)
The Grandmaster (2013)
The Last Stand (2013)
Snitch (2013)


Giorgio Moroder Presents Metropolis (1927)
Abraham Lincoln (1930)
Nothing Sacred (1937)
Pygmalion (1938)
Stagecoach (1939)
Ball of Fire (1940)
Foreign Correspondent (1940)
His Girl Friday (1940)
The Little Foxes (1941)
Penny Serenade (1941)
I Married a Witch (1942)
To Be or Not to Be (1942)
A Night in Casablanca (1946)
The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946)
The Stranger (1946)
Great Expectations (1947)
Life with Father (1947)
Cyrano De Bergerac (1950)
Beat the Devil (1953)
Dial M for Murder (1954)
Not as a Stranger (1955)
The Killing (1956)
Moby Dick (1956)
12 Angry Men (1957)
Legend of the Lost (1957)
Sweet Smell of Success (1957)
I Want to Live! (1958)
Man of the West (1958)
Paths of Glory (1958)
The Vikings (1958)
The Bat (1959)
Day of the Outlaw (1959)
The Hound of the Baskervilles (1959)
Pork Chop Hill (1959)
Solomon and Sheba (1959)
Some Like It Hot (1959)
Ten Seconds to Hell (1959)
The Apartment (1960)
Elmer Gantry (1960)
Exodus (1960)
The Little Shop of Horrors (1960)
One-Eyed Jacks (1961)
Geronimo (1962)
The Miracle Worker (1962)
Billy Liar (1963)
Contempt (1963)
Irma La Douce (1963)
Charade (1964)
Kings of the Sun (1964)
Marriage Italian Style (1964)
The Naked Kiss (1964)
The Secret Invasion (1964)
A Shot in the Dark (1964)
Darling (1965)
The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965)
Othello (1965)
The Train (1965)
What’s New Pussycat? (1965)
Duel at Diablo (1966)
Hawaii (1966)
The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming (1966)
What Did You Do in the War, Daddy? (1966)
Casino Royale (1967)
Hour of the Gun (1967)
How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (1967)
Candy (1968)
The Devil’s Brigade (1968)
The Milky Way (1968)
The Party (1968)


Hercules in New York (1970)
The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (1970)
Where’s Poppa? (1970)
The Hospital (1971)
Avanti! (1972)
Discreet Charm of the Bourgeosie (1972)
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex (But Were Afraid to Ask) (1972)
Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (1974)
Love and Death (1975)
The Return of the Pink Panther (1975)
From Noon till Three (1976)
Kentucky Fried Movie (1977)
Sextette (1978)
La Cage aux Folles (1979)
Hopscotch (1980)
A Midsummer Night’s Sex Comedy (1982)
Trail of the Pink Panther (1982)
Curse of the Pink Panther (1983)
All of Me (1984)
Garbo Talks (1984)
The Compleat Al (1985)
Teen Wolf (1985)
Baby Boom (1986)
Crimes of the Heart (1986)
Fatal Beauty (1987)
From the Hip (1987)
Salome’s Last Dance (1987)
Teen Wolf Too (1987)
Throw Momma from the Train (1987)
Bagdad Café (1988)
Johnny Be Good (1988)
Little Monsters (1988)
Tapeheads (1988)
All Dogs Go to Heaven (1989)
Dream a Little Dream (1989)
Meet the Feebles (1989)
She-Devil (1989)
Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (1990)
Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey (1991)
Life Stinks (1991)
The Wedding Banquet (1993)
Getting Even with Dad (1994)
Smoke (1994)
Jeffrey (1995)
Swimming With Sharks (1995)
Citizen Ruth (1996)
Trees Lounge (1996)
Suicide Kings (1997)
Beautiful People (1999)
Flawless (1999)
Ghost World (2000)
Bartleby (2001)
Igby Goes Down (2002)
Roger Dodger (2002)
Bubba Ho-Tep (2003)
Buffalo Soldiers (2003)
Delirious (2006)
An American Carol (2007)
Death at a Funeral (2007)
Visioneers (2008)
Casino Jack (2010)
Dark Horse (2012)
Much Ado About Nothing (2012)
Quartet (2012)
It’s Such a Beautiful Day (2014)
They Came Together (2014)
What We Did on Our Holiday (2014)


The Hawaiians (1970)
Kes (1970)
They Call Me Mister Tibbs! (1970)
Wuthering Heights (1970)
Doc (1971)
The Hunting Party (1971)
Boxcar Bertha (1972)
The Ruling Class (1972)
The Long Goodbye (1973)
Paper Moon (1973)
Lenny (1974)
Where the Red Fern Grows (1974)
Arabian Nights (1975)
The Man Who Fell to Earth (1975)
Mikey and Nicky (1976)
The Return of a Man Called Horse (1976)
Stay Hungry (1976)
Welcome to L.A. (1976)
Aguirre, The Wrath of God (1977)
The Getting of Wisdom (1977)
Stroszek (1977)
Why Shoot the Teacher? (1977)
Comes a Horseman (1978)
Interiors (1978)
Who’ll Stop the Rain (1978)
Quadrophenia (1979)
The Tempest (1979)
Breaker Morant (1980)
The Jazz Singer (1980)
The Stunt Man (1980)
Cutter’s Way (1981)
The French Lieutenant’s Woman (1981)
Heaven’s Gate (1981)
Priest of Love (1981)
True Confessions (1981)
Fitzcarraldo (1982)
Frances (1982)
The Secret of NIMH (1982)
Gorky Park (1983)
The Care Bears Movie (1984)
Death of a Salesman (1985)
My Beautiful Laundrette (1985)
Nutcracker: The Motion Picture (1986)
The Big Easy (1987)
House Of Games (1987)
Russkies (1987)
September (1987)
Another Woman (1988)
The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover (1988)
Mississippi Burning (1988)
Stormy Monday (1988)
Chattahoochee (1989)
Henry V (1989)
Jacknife (1989)
Triumph of the Spirit (1989)
The Hot Spot (1990)
Prisoner of Honor (1990)
Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll (1990)
Stanley & Iris (1990)
Vincent and Theo (1990)
Johnny Suede (1991)
The Man in the Moon (1991)
Rush (1991)
Zandalee (1991)
Of Mice and Men (1992)
Red Shoe Diaries: The Movie (1992)
Bitter Moon (1994)
Jason’s Lyric (1994)
Restoration (1994)
Hackers (1995)
Rob Roy (1995)
Showgirls (1995)
A Family Thing (1996)
Mrs. Brown (1996)
Mulholland Falls (1996)
Night Falls on Manhattan (1997)
Telling Lies in America (1997)
Guinevere (1998)
Last Night (1998)
Live Flesh (1998)
Niagara, Niagara (1998)
Slam (1998)
New Rose Hotel (1999)
The Widow of Saint-Pierre (1999)
Chuck and Buck (2000)
Dancing at the Blue Iguana (2000)
Hamlet (2000)
Panic (2000)
Tape (2000)
The Center of the World (2001)
Max (2001)
Mondays in the Sun (2001)
The Barbarian Invasions (2002)
The Best of Youth (2002)
Heaven (2002)
Nicholas Nickleby (2002)
Personal Velocity (2002)
Dogville (2003)
Crash (2004)
Akeelah and the Bee (2006)
Art School Confidential (2006)
Feast of Love (2006)
City of Men (2007)
Starting Out in the Evening (2007)
XXY (2007)
Sita Sings the Blues (2008)
Brothers (2009)
Dogtooth (2009)
Fish Tank (2009)
A Single Man (2009)
Norwegian Wood (2010)
Solitary Man (2010)
50/50 (2011)
A Better Life (2011)
Bullhead (2011)
Coriolanus (2011)
Film Socialisme (2011)
After Porn Ends (2012)
The Flowers Of War (2012)
Holy Motors (2012)
Lawless (2012)
Mood Indigo (2012)
All Is Lost (2013)
Blue Ruin (2013)
A Field in England (2013)
Cesar Chavez (2014)
God’s Not Dead (2014)
Joe (2014)


A Bucket of Blood (1959)
Black Sunday (1960)
The Pit and the Pendulum (1961)
Black Sabbath (1963)
Blood Feast (1965)
Spider Baby (1967)
The Shiver of the Vampires (1971)
Baron Blood (1972)
Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things (1972)
Silent Night, Bloody Night (1972)
Deep Red (1975)
Alice, Sweet Alice (1976)
Audrey Rose (1977)
The Island of Dr. Moreau (1977)
Suspiria (1977)
The Driller Killer (1979)
Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979)
Motel Hell (1980)
Q: The Winged Serpent (1982)
Sleepaway Camp (1983)
Phenomena (1985)
The Return of the Living Dead (1985)
The Gate (1986)
Gothic (1986)
Poltergeist II: The Other Side (1986)
Bad Taste (1987)
Dolls (1987)
Night of the Demons (1988)
Class of 1999 (1990)
Nightbreed (1990)
Two Evil Eyes (1990)
Body Bags (1993)
Bruiser (2000)
Shadow of the Vampire (2000)
Teeth (2007)


A Boy and His Dog (1975)
Wanted: Babysitter (1975)
Ms. 45 (1981)
Still of the Night (1982)
The Bedroom Window (1987)
No Way Out (1987)
A Prayer for the Dying (1987)
Heart of Midnight (1988)
Desperate Hours (1990)
Albino Alligator (1997)
Cube (1997)
Insomnia (1997)
Red Corner (1997)
Bully (2001)
Infernal Affairs (2001)
Irreversible (2002)
Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance (2002)
Gozu (2003)
Oldboy (2003)
Hard Candy (2005)
Triad Election (2005)
Night Moves (2014)

Lots to choose from here! Enjoy a free movie tonight!

October 13, 2017

Tim Ferriss Interview on Tools of Titans

Tim Ferriss is an entrepreneur, podcast host of the popular Tim Ferriss Show, and author of the new book Tools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class Performers. He is the author of past bestsellers including The 4-Hour Work Week and and The 4-Hour Body.

He recently spoke at the Commonwealth Club of California about his new book and his experiments as a “human guinea pig” for trying out new things to improve health, wealth, and many other areas of his life. He explains how he studies the outliers in different fields who achieve results that are often thought of as unthinkable. Ferriss provides insights into his writing process, his investing habits, and his experiments with psychedelic drugs. Enjoy this 80-minute chat with one of the leading voices in personal growth today.

September 21, 2017

Sounds True Free Audio & Video Talks, Podcasts, & Samples

To give you a sampling of the great audio courses and audio books published by Sounds True, we’ve put together this full list of free audio & video talks, podcasts, & samples that they are offering. Learn from many of their top authors and discover great new thinkers as you grow in your spiritual life with these free offerings.

We’ll start off with their top podcast, the Sounds True: Insights at the Edge Podcast, hosted by Sounds True founder Tami Simon and featuring over 300 episodes on their podcast feed:

Sounds True: Insights at the Edge Podcast

Listen to the best podcast yet from the publisher Sounds True! In this podcast Tami Simon, Founder of Sounds True, interviews spiritual teachers, visionary writers, and living luminaries about their newest work and current challenges of their inner inquiry and outer contribution to the world. You’ll find podcasts in which she interviews Vietnamese Zen Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh, Jack Kornfield, Geneen Roth, Dr. Ervin Laszlo, and many more.

Another podcast they offer is the:

Sounds True Producer’s Pick Podcast

Listen to over 200 podcasts from the Sounds True Producer’s Pick Podcast. The podcasts consist of about 10-minute excerpts from Sounds True audio programs, handpicked by Sounds True producers. In the podcast called “Embracing Intensity”, teacher Pema Chodron explains how to confront the most intensely painful experiences of our lives. This excerpt is from her Sounds True audio program When Pain is the Doorway. In other audio program samples you’ll hear from Eckhart Tolle, Dr. Rick Hanson, Cyndi Dale, Fred Alan Wolf, Dr. Brene Brown, Dr. Kelly McGongial, Caroline Myss, and Thich Nhat Hanh. Each podcast has a title and description to help you pick out which episode to listen to. Get some wisdom from some of the best selections of Sounds True audio titles.

And for a full free 12-hour series from Sounds True watch or listen to:

The Self-Acceptance Project: Finding Our Sense of Fundamental Worthiness

Watch or listen to a 12-hour series from SoundsTrue.com which they call “The Self-Acceptance Project”. This project features 22 different Sounds True authors and teachers in conversation with Sounds True founder Tami Simon on the subject of self-acceptance, which Simon has found to be one of the most difficult areas in spiritual life. The sessions feature recent bestselling authors as Brene Brown, Kelly McGonigal, Geneen Roth, and many other notable authors. To get this program you’ll need to enter in your name and email for registration on the Sounds True site, and then you’ll have access to all the sessions on streaming audio & video, along with downloadable audio & video. Each session has a running time of about 30-45 minutes.

And here’s another full online event they still feature on their site:

The Compassionate Brain: Activating the Neural Circuits of Kindness, Caring, and Love – Practical Neuroscience for Transformation

In 2012, the publisher Sounds True is offered a free live streaming video event series entitled “The Compassionate Brain”. The 7-part series is conducted by Dr. Rick Hanson, as he talks with world-class scholars and teachers, including Richie Davidson, Dan Siegel, Tara Brach, Dacher Keltner, Kelly McGonigal, Kristin Neff, and Jean Houston. The series looks at different ways to use the power of neuroplasticity to open the heart, build courage, find compassion, forgive oneself and others, and heal the world. The first session features Dr. Richard J. Davidson of the University of Wisconsin-Madison as he joins Dr. Hanson to discuss “How the Mind Changes the Brain”. Richie Davidson is a pioneering researcher on the plasticity of the brain and the ability of the mind to rewire the brain for happiness and compassion. You can watch this opening session on the Sounds True YouTube channel. To sign up for the course you’ll just need to enter in your name and email address on the Sounds True event page.

Listen to some teachings on meditation with:

The Jewel of Awakening: Teachings and Meditations on Natural Freedom

Download this special program from SoundsTrue.com which features five of their teachers giving talks on meditation and leading listeners through guided meditations. The teachers in this program are Eckhart Tolle, Adyashanti, Lama Surya Das, Gangaji, and Peter Fenner. All of their teachings on meditation are unique and in total the program runs 1 Hr. 10 Min. Explore some new teachings on meditation and awareness. This program is available on MP3 (as a zip file of 5 MP3s) or on MPEG-4 bookmarkable file for iTunes and the iPod/iPhone. Note: To get this program you will have to enter your email address to subscribe to the Sounds True Voice newsletter on SoundsTrue.com and then you’ll receive your free program right after you’ve done so on the next page. Sounds True sends out nice newsletters and they are not too frequent so you might want to try getting them. Of course you can unsubscribe to them whenever you’d like.

Also here’s an offer for a free video from a course by the Buddhist teacher Pema Chodron:

The Freedom to Choose Something Different Introduction

Watch a 37-minute introduction from Tibetan Buddhist teacher Pema Chodron’s course The Freedom to Choose Something Different. In this introduction Chodron teaches about the various ways we get hooked in our daily life and the habitual ways we react to these moments which often lead to suffering. The course focuses on being mindful of when you are hooked and then trying to do something different to break the bad habitual reactions. Chodron touches on the subject of groundlessness and how tragedies in life can often lead us into opening our heart instead of shutting down. She tells the story of her experiences on September 11th in which she was in a meditation retreat and how the reactions to such a tragedy on a societal level frequently mirror the reactions to life’s catastrophes on a personal level. Enjoy this introductory talk from one of Pema Chodron’s amazing retreats. Please Note: Getting access to this free 37 minute video from Pema Chodron requires you to enter in your email address on the Sounds True website. Then they’ll send you an email with a link to watch the video.

You can also access two free sessions from the Sounds True course called “Waking Up”:

Waking Up: Two Free Talks on Spiritual Awakening

A few years ago Sounds True celebrated 30 years of existence. Founder Tami Simon created a 20-hour course featuring in-depth interviews with over 30 of Sounds True’s most popular authors including Eckhart Tolle, Rick Hanson, Tara Brach, Thomas Moore, Mark Nepo, Shinzen Young, Ken Wilber, Jack Kornfield, Michael Bernard Beckwith, and many others. The course is called Waking Up and Sounds True offers two free talks from the course featuring popular Sounds True authors Adyashanti and Tara Brach. Click through to Sounds True and you can immediately access these two interviews when you enter you email on their site.

And if you want to hear from the Sounds True founder herself check out this 90-minute YouTube video:

Being True: 90-Minute Course Introduction

After 30 years of running Sounds True, Tami Simon finally recorded a course of her own called Being True: What Matters Most in Work, Life, and Love. She was generous enough to give away the first 90 minutes of the course on the Sounds True YouTube channel. Check out the introduction to her course and the wisdom she has gained over the years.

Sounds True also has a YouTube channel:

Sounds True YouTube Channel

They’ve uploaded free video samples of many of their audio & video courses and we have now embedded many of those videos onto our site. Also many of these courses are now available on video download through the Sounds True website. We link to Sounds True for both the DVDs and the video downloads. Here are some of their courses which now feature free video samples on our site:

African Healing Dance by Wyoma

Sun Salutations by Shiva Rea

Good Medicine by Pema Chodron

The Flowering of Human Consciousness by Eckhart Tolle

Yoga Shakti by Shiva Rea

The Energetics of Healing by Caroline Myss

Awakening Through Sound by Chloe Goodchild

Mindful Movements by Thich Nhat Hanh

The Breathing Box by Gay Hendricks

The Wave by Gabrielle Roth

The Inner Wave by Gabrielle Roth

The Power Wave by Gabrielle Roth

Qigong: Traditional Chinese Exercises by Ken Cohen

Mindfulness and the Brain by Jack Kornfield and Dan Siegel

Develop Qi Strength and Power by John P. Milton

Tibetan Energy Yoga by Lama Surya Das

Yoga for Your Eyes by Meir Schneider

Meditation for Beginners by Jack Kornfield

Finding Your Life’s Purpose by Eckhart Tolle

Living Your True Purpose by Eckhart Tolle

Cleanse & Build Inner Qi by John P. Milton

The Energy Medicine Kit by Donna Eden

Cultivate Longevity by John P. Milton

Sounds True has also added 10-minute selections from a number of their most popular audio courses as videos on their YouTube channel. We’ve embedded these 10-minute videos samples onto the product pages of these courses on our site. Sample some of the best courses Sounds True has to offer:

How to Meditate with Pema Chodron

Getting Unstuck by Pema Chodron

The Three Commitments: Walking the Path of Liberation by Pema Chodron

Coming Closer to Ourselves by Pema Chodron

The Power of Vulnerability by Brene Brown

Men, Women, and Worthiness by Brene Brown

The Gifts of Imperfect Parenting by Brene Brown

Mindfulness for Beginners by Jon Kabat-Zinn

Guided Mindfulness Meditation, Series 1 by Jon Kabat-Zinn

Guided Mindfulness Meditation, Series 2 by Jon Kabat-Zinn

Guided Mindfulness Meditation, Series 3 by Jon Kabat-Zinn

Mindfulness Meditation by Tara Brach

The Way of the Superior Man by David Deida

The Enlightened Brain: The Neuroscience of Awakening by Rick Hanson

Stress-Proof Your Brain by Rick Hanson

Meditations to Change Your Brain by Rick Hanson

Meditations for Happiness by Rick Hanson

Tibetan Meditation Music by Nawang Khechog

Enjoy these free offerings and samples from Sounds True!

For our complete listing of Sounds True audio courses on audio download that we sell, along with free offerings you can browse over 700 Sounds True titles right here:

Browse Over 700 Sounds True Titles on LearnOutLoud.com

September 18, 2017

3 Neuroscience Lectures on Popular Brain Myths

Last week we featured 70 Free Lectures from The Great Courses for back to school. Today we wanted to highlight three of those free lectures from the course Brain Myths Exploded: Lessons from Neuroscience taught by Professor Indre Viskontas, Ph.D. In these lectures Dr. Viskontas provides many answers to three popular questions in neuroscience as she separates fact, myth, and things we just don’t know yet in neuroscience. The course Brain Myths Exploded: Lessons from Neuroscience and over 300 other courses can be accessed with a subscription to The Great Courses Plus. We highly recommend all three of these free lectures:

1. Can Certain Foods Make You Smarter?

Can certain foods make you smarter? That’s the question directly addressed in this lecture from the course Brain Myths Exploded: Lessons from Neuroscience taught by Professor Indre Viskontas, Ph.D. She addresses the difficulty with conducting good neuroscience studies on the effects of food because there is not much profit to made from studying foods like blueberries that can’t be patented. But Professor Viskontas points to some studies done around fish oil, anti-oxidant foods, and supplements and the often scant evidence or mixed results that these studies have produced in regards to cognitive improvement. She does point out that caffeine, exercise, and even fasting might aid in our cognitive abilities. She explodes the myth of sugar making kids crazy and also discusses the effects of popular drugs like Adderall and Ritalin for kids with ADHD. After decades of study, Professor Viskontas says we aren’t that far from the common sense wisdom that was already known, that good nutrition, a healthy diet, and exercise are good for mental performance.

2. Can Adult Brains Change for the Better?

Hear about the exciting new science of adult neurogenesis, which is the process by which new neurons are generated in the adult brain. Professor Indre Viskontas, Ph.D. explains that for many years in neuroscience, scientists thought once the adult brain was fully developed that adults could not grow new neurons. But recent science has proven that new development is possible, especially in the hippocampus of the brain which is associated with memory. Dr. Viskontas also examines some of the ways in which brain power can be boosted and how exercise, food, and pills affect the brain. Learn how you can start growing new neurons today!

3. Does Technology Make You Stupid?

It is frequently suggested that technology is making people more stupid, but in this lecture from The Great Courses, Professor Indre Viskontas, Ph.D. takes a more nuanced view of what technology might be doing to our intelligence and our ability to pay attention. This 30-minute lecture is from her course Brain Myths Exploded: Lessons from Neuroscience and she takes on many of the common myths involving smartphones, social media, and computers. She covers a lot of ground in this lecture and cites many recent studies that have dealt with how these new technologies are transforming our world and our minds.

And if you like Dr. Viskontas, you might want to check out the podcast she hosts with Kishore Hari:

Inquiring Minds Podcast

Listen to the Inquiring Minds Podcast featuring thought leaders on a wide variety of topics. Indre Viskontas & Kishore Hari make great hosts as they start off the podcast discussing some recent news or studies they found fascinating. Then they interview their guest and they explore “the place where science, politics, and society collide”. Hear from Stephen Dubner on Freakonomics, Adam Rogers on the science of booze, Traci Mann giving unconventional findings on the science of weight loss, Dr. Norman Doidge on brain plasticity, and many other leading thinkers such as Adam Savage, William Gibson, Steven Johnson, Steven Pinker, Naomi Klein, Al Gore, John Oliver, Jared Diamond, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Michael Pollan, and many more. This series has over 90 podcast episodes and they’re all on the feed. It’s an excellent podcast that will introduce you to a wide variety of subjects.

September 16, 2017

100 Free Made For Success Audio Books on YouTube

We’ve been selling personal & professional development audio programs from the publisher Made for Success for many years now. In the past few years they’ve started distributing over 100 of their audio programs through YouTube. Most of these programs are shorter and usually run from 30 Min. to 1 Hr. You’ll find titles from popular authors and speakers like Mark Victor Hansen, Loral Langemeier, Sharon L. Lechter (co-author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad), and Zig Ziglar. Many of these audio programs below we are still selling on audio download, but we have embedded the YouTube video on each page of the full audio program, so you can listen to these programs by streaming them through YouTube. Also it has been brought to our attention that many of these YouTube videos do not play outside of the United States. Sorry! Enjoy over 100 free audio programs to help you on your way to success!

The 12 Characteristics of Leadership by Chris Widener
The 3 Keys to Exceptional Achievement by Larry Iverson
5 Steps to Peak Performance by Larry Iverson
7 Years with Jim Rohn by Chris Widener
The 9 Secrets to Time Mastery by Larry Iverson
Awakening Significance: Firewall for the Mind by Warren Wandling
Be a Rip-Roaring Rich Kid by Mark Victor Hansen
Be a Star with Your Customers and Keep Them Forever by Shep Hyken
Becoming a Dreamer by Marcia Wieder
Becoming Indispensable at Work by Jeffrey Combs
Blogs and Marketing: Using Blog Marketing For Your Business by Liv Montgomery
Blood and Money: The Family Business by Sharon L. Lechter
Bringing Balance to a Chaotic Life by Chris Widener
Build a Personal Coping Strategy: Stay Grounded in the Midst of Change by Sheila Murray Bethel
Building a Healthy Self-Image by Zig Ziglar
Celebrating Christ-Centered Holidays by Jennifer Sedlock
A Change Master Leader’s Perspective Releases Future Potential by Sheila Murray Bethel
Checking Out Online: eCommerce, Cart Selection & Merchant Accounts by Liv Montgomery
A Clear Perspective about the Present Gives You Authenticity by Sheila Murray Bethel
The Colors of the Rainbow: Clearing and Balancing Your Chakra Energy by Crystal Dwyer
Communicating Beyond Your Own Style by Jennifer Sedlock
Communicating for Results from Conflict to Cooperation by Marilyn Sherman
Communication – Candor = Storyteller by Lonnie Pacelli
Communication, Sex and Money: The James Bond Strategy by Mike Schindler
Communication: The Master Skill to Powerful Relationships by Brian Tracy
Confidence & Self-Esteem in 30 Minutes by Larry Iverson
Connecting: High-Powered Strategies for Successful Communications by Elizabeth Jeffries
Consistent Peak Performance by Larry Iverson
Conversion Marketing: eCommerce Money Making Magic by Bryan Heathman
Courage – Predictability = Recklessness by Lonnie Pacelli
Creating a Wealth Cycle by Loral Langemeier
Creating Multiple Streams of Income by Robert G. Allen
Creating the Loyalty Mindset by Shep Hyken
Customer Driven Service by Tony Alessandra
Developing & Maintaining the Right Attitude by Zig Ziglar
Developing a Comic Vision for Life by Tim Gard
Developing Unshakeable Self-Confidence by Jeff Davidson
Effective Business Writing for Success by Jane Smith
Embracing Change by Larry Iverson
Energize Your Mind by Larry Iverson
Espresso Faith by Greg Surratt
Exploring Your Child’s Personality by Jennifer Sedlock
Find Your Gifts and Purpose and Get Moving on Your Path! by Jennifer Sedlock
Finding Your Dreams by Marcia Wieder
Fire Up Your Brain by Larry Iverson
Freedom From Anxiety by Crystal Dwyer
From Good to Great: 10 Little Techniques to Transform Your Speech by Patricia Fripp
From Success to Significance by Sheila Murray Bethel
Fundamental Qualities of a New Breed of Leader by Sheila Murray Bethel
Garden of New Beginnings by Crystal Dwyer
Getting to “Yes” In 10 Seconds or Less by Vanna Novak
Getting to the Heart of Your Life Purpose by Jennifer Sedlock
The Goals Program by Zig Ziglar
God is Transforming Your Wealth Now by Eddie Long
Going Back to Basics: 6 Steps to a Happier, Healthier You by Marcia Wieder
Healing Meditation by Crystal Dwyer
Help I’m In Debt by Eddie Long
High-Performance Selling by Don Hutson
Highlights of the Perfect Sales Process by Tom Hopkins
Hope: The Foundation for Successful Change by Zig Ziglar
How Did the Real Estate Financing Industry Go So Wrong? by Denny Andrews
How Over Eating Can Eat You Up by Crystal Dwyer
How to Get ‘YES’ with Your Investors by Sharon L. Lechter
How to Get More Done with Less Stress by Sarita Maybin
How To Get What You Want Out Of Life by Brad Worthley
How to Give a Persuasive Presentation by Kimberly Alyn
How To Mastermind Your Way To Success by Pegine Echevarria
How to Overcome Stress & Pressure by Larry Iverson
How to Prepare and Present Powerful, Persuasive Presentations by Patricia Fripp
Humor – Credibility = Doofus: 30-Minute Humor Lesson To Boost Your Leadership Skills by Lonnie Pacelli
I’ve Got One Nerve Left and You’re Standing On It by Karyn Buxman
Intentional Living: Reduce Your Stress & Achieve Your Dreams by Larry Iverson
Invest in Real Estate – ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ by Sharon L. Lechter
Invisible Profit System by Chris Widener
It’s What You Don’t Say That Counts by Vanna Novak
It’s Yours, Now Protect Your Wealth by Sharon L. Lechter
Jim Rohn’s 3 Philosophies for Network Marketing Success by Chris Widener
La Vida Es Una Serie De Presentaciones En Vivo by Tony Jeary
Leadership – Inspiration = Storyteller by Lonnie Pacelli
Leading Others Through the Barriers and Resistance to Change by Sheila Murray Bethel
Learn to Make Life Happen for You by Crystal Dwyer
Lease Option Your Way to Cash Flow by Loral Langemeier
Living Rich by Tim Richardson
Make More Money and How You Can Use the Tax Law to Your Advantage by Sharon L. Lechter
Mastering Influence: The Art and Skill of Using Power Wisely by Sheila Murray Bethel
A Message-Driven Life by Tim Elmore
Motivation: The Key to Accomplishments by Zig Ziglar
Networking: ‘It Factor’ Strategies to Make You Memorable by Colette Carlson
Pay Fewer Taxes Legally by Sharon L. Lechter
Personal Power Is the Key to Great Leadership by Sheila Murray Bethel
Planning Powerful Presentations that Persuade Buyers to Close by Dianna Booher
Position Power and Humility – The Greatest Force on Earth by Sheila Murray Bethel
Praying to Make a Difference by Dr. John Hull
Punchlines, Pitfalls and Powerful Programs by Scott Friedman
Results Oriented Communication Skills of a Pro by Nido Qubein
Right Now! Leadership by Chris Widener
Rip-Roaring Digital Wealth by Mark Victor Hansen
Rip-Roaring Giving by Mark Victor Hansen
Rip-Roaring Innovation by Mark Victor Hansen
Rip-Roaring Job Wealth by Mark Victor Hansen
Rip-Roaring Sustainable Wealth by Mark Victor Hansen
Rip-Roaring Wealth Creation by Mark Victor Hansen
Running Toward Your Dream by Jennifer Sedlock
The Science of Change Management by Larry Iverson
Secrets of Closing the Sale by Zig Ziglar
Social Optimization: Social Bookmarking SEO for Your Business by Liv Montgomery
Speak with Confidence by Dianna Booher
Stress Management for Better Life Balance by Kimberly Alyn
Teaching Beyond Your Own Style by Jennifer Sedlock
Ten Power Principles to Master Your Mind by Tom Haupt
Time Management Secrets of Successful Salespeople by Laura Stack
Twitter Mania: Following the World Online In Real Time by Liv Montgomery
Values Really Matter…Forging Strong Communities by Sheila Murray Bethel
What Makes the Great Ones Great by Don Yaeger
What You Don’t Know About Your Credit Score Could Hurt You by Sharon L. Lechter
Winning with Influence: Becoming a Person Others Want to Follow by Chris Widener
Words Matter: What to Say by Pamela Jett
The Worst Motivational Speaker in America by Joe Malarkey
Write It and They Will Pay… Not Necessarily by Patricia Fripp
Yikes! They Can See Me Naked: 7 Steps to Confident Presentations by Vanna Novak
You Tube Marketing: Social Marketing Media for Your Business by Liv Montgomery

For over 400 audio programs by Made For Success (300 of which we sell on audio download), check out the Made For Success publisher page right here on LearnOutLoud.com:

Browse Over 400 Made for Success Audio Programs on LearnOutLoud.com