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The Battle of Chosin, Chapter 1
First chapter, “The Battle of Chosin” premieres Nov. 1 at 9/8c on American Experience PBS.
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Coming in Fall 2016
Executive Producer Mark Samels previews our fall lineup.
Tesla, Chapter 1
The first chapter from “Tesla” premiering October 18 at 9/8c on American Experience PBS.
Behind the Scenes of "Tesla"
Go behind the scenes for the making of "Tesla."
Cold Light from Tesla
Nikola Tesla develops wireless electricity he called "cold light". Premieres 10/18 on PBS.
George Westinghouse from Tesla
George Westinghouse set his sights on the future. Premieres 10/18 on PBS.
Nikola Tesla and Wireless Charging
Nikola Tesla pioneered Wireless power 100 years ago.
Tesla created Tesla coil to make his wireless inventions work. Premieres 10/18 on PBS.
The Columbian Exposition from Tesla
160,000 light bulbs lit the 1893 Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Premieres 10/18 on PBS.
The Contract from Tesla
Tesla's original contract with George Westinghouse. Premieres 10/18 on PBS.
The Triumph of Alternating Current from Tesla
Tesla's alternating current transformed life in the 20th century. Premieres 10/18 on PBS.
The Boys of '36: Rowing for Gold
The US men's rowing team emerged as the unexpected winner in 1936 Olympic Games.
Behind the Scenes: The Boys of '36
Go behind the scenes of the recreations in "The Boys of '36." Premieres 8/2 on PBS.
The Boys of '36, Chapter 1
The story of nine boys who rowed for gold at the 1936 Olympics. Premieres Aug. 2 on PBS.
The Boys of '36: The National Championships
Washington’s exercised patience at the National Championships. Premieres 8/2 on PBS.
The Boys of '36: The Olympic Trials
The 1936 Olympic trials were held in Princeton, NJ. Premieres Aug. 2 at 9/8c on PBS.
The Boys of '36: The Opening Ceremony
On August 1, 1936 Adolf Hitler opened the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin. Premieres Aug. 2.
The Boys of '36: The SS Manhattan
In July 1936 more than 300 athletes left for Berlin aboard the SS Manhattan. Premieres 8/2
The Boys of '36: UW's Secret Weapon
The University of Washington stroke oar Don Hume was special. Premieres 8/2 on PBS.
A New Frontier
Since 1783 balloonists risked their lives attempting ever-higher altitudes. Premieres 3/1.
A Ring-Side View of the Heavens
In 1957, David Simons rose a record-breaking 101,500 ft. above Earth. Premieres 3/1 on PBS
Dr. Stapp's team hoped to fly a man to over 100,000 ft. above Earth. Premieres 3/1 on PBS.
Space Men Chapter 1
Before NASA's rockets, a team of explorers took to the skies in balloons. Premieres 3/1
Testing Mankind's Limits
John Paul Stapp tested the limits of human physiology. Premieres March 1 at 9/8c on PBS.
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