Rickson Gracie, Peter Maguire
Breathe captures the life, philosophy, and perspective of Jiu-Jitsu master Rickson Gracie.
Brene Brown: The Call to Courage
In this filmed lecture, social work researcher and lecturer Brené Brown discusses the importance and surprising power of vulnerability.
Brew an Amazing Cup of Coffee
Most people start off their day with coffee but don't know the science behind their brew. In this course, coffee expert Michael Phillips walks students through the ins and outs of coffee.
Brexit and British Politics
Geoffrey Evans, Anand Menon
Professors Geoffrey Evans and Anand Menon conduct a brief yet thorough exploration of the societal factors that led the British public to vote to leave the European Union.
Brian Armstrong: How I Built Coinbase
How I Built This, Guy Raz, Brian Armstrong
In this episode of How I Built This with Guy Raz, Coinbase co-founder and CEO Brian Armstrong discusses his journey building his crypto wallet and the setbacks he encountered along the way.
Brian Klaas: Power, Corruption and Dictators
Armchair Expert, Dax Shepard, Brian Klaas
In this January 2022 episode of Armchair Expert, host Dax Shepard talks to political scientist Brian Klaas about the psychology of power, why certain people are attracted to control, and how corruption can happen despite good intentions.
Brief Answers to the Big Questions
Brief Answers to the Big Questions tackles some of the universe's biggest mysteries, as legendary physicist Stephen Hawking explores the laws that govern the cosmos and the future of humankind.
Bright Line Eating
Susan Peirce Thompson PHD, John Robbins
Susan Peirce Thompson Ph.D. explores the neuroscience behind food addiction, why weight loss is so hard, and how to overcome the obstacles to losing weight and keeping it off.
Bring Me to Light
Writer Eleanor Segall tells the story of her tumultuous journey with bipolar disorder and social anxiety.
Bring the War Home
In Bring the War Home, Kathleen Belew presents a carefully researched picture of the history of the white power movement in America from the 1970s and 1980s to the present day.
Britain Alone: The Path from Suez to Brexit
Political journalist Philip Stephens provides an interpretative history of Britain's domestic politics and international relationships, from the Suez Crisis to Britain's formal exit from the European Union.
Britney vs Spears
Erin Lee Carr, Jenny Eliscu
Britney Vs Spears explores the events that led to Britney's controversial conservatorship and the pop star's long fight for freedom.
Claire L. Evans
Writer and musician Claire L. Evans tells the untold and forgotten stories of the women who created and shaped the technological world we live in today.
By showing us how to unlock the power of positive words and stories, Broadcasting Happiness helps us boost our health and happiness in our relationships, work, and community.
This book shows those in their twenties and thirties how to manage their finances and start spending and saving confidently.
Brotopia motivates us to be fairer in the workplace as employees or employers by revealing the sexist state of Silicon Valley — and highlighting what we can do to change it.
Bruce Springsteen's Letter to You
Equal parts interview, documentary, and concert, this is a character study of Springsteen and his music, with the artist’s reflections on his connection to his music, his artistic career, and - most importantly - his audience.
Rick Hanson, Richard Mendius, Daniel J. Siegel, Jack Kornfield
Buddha's Brain explains how world-changing thought leaders like Moses, Mohammed, Jesus, Gandhi, and the Buddha altered their brains with the power of their minds, and how we can use the latest findings of neuroscience to do the same.
Buddhism Through Its Scriptures
Charles Hallisey, Alexis Bader, Harvard University
This course from Harvard University and edX explores Buddhism through its scriptures, introducing ways to interpret and reflect upon the teachings of Buddha to help you live a more enlightened life.
Buddhism: A Very Short Introduction
In this installment of the Very Short Introductions series, British academic Damien Keown explains the basic teachings of the Buddha, the history of Buddhism, and some modern implications of its practices.
Budgeting and Scheduling Projects
Margaret Meloni, MBA, PMP , University of California, Irvine
This course, offered by the University of California Irvine through Coursera, discusses the importance of budgeting and scheduling in projects to prevent delays and cost overruns.