In 1979, (Nobel prize-winning physicist) Richard Feynman visited the University of Auckland in New Zealand and delivered the Douglas Robb Memorial Lectures. Luckily, these lectures were captured on video. The footage has been digitized and, in cooperation with the University of Auckland, made available by The Vega Science Trust. View these excellent talks at The Vega Science Trust Videos page. Each of the four lectures is over an hour and half, providing a lot of interesting viewing. These videos were chosen as the “Best On-Line Videos” by New Scientist in 2007.