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Tea Time: Chi, Chi, Chi

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POV
PBS


The women watch a soccer match and cheer for Chile. Continue


Althea - Preview

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American Masters
PBS


This is the story of Althea Gibson (1927-2003), a truant from the rough streets of Harlem, who emerged as the unlikely queen of the highly segregated tennis world in the 1950s. She was the first African American to play and win at Wimbledon and the U.S. Nationals (precursor of the U.S. Open) — a decade before Arthur Ashe. Interviewees include Wimbledon champion Dick Savitt and Billie Jean King. Continue


Endless Abilities

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America Reframed
PBS


In search of inspiration, four best friends travel on a cross-country trip in the summer of 2012. They meet practitioners of the adaptive sports movement, where differently abled persons rock climb, swim competitively, play soccer and more, and capture the spirit of resilient people who defy being defined by their physical disability. Continue


Endless Abilities | Promo

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America Reframed
PBS


In search of inspiration, four best friends travel on a cross-country trip in the summer of 2012. They meet practitioners of the adaptive sports movement, where differently abled persons rock climb, swim competitively, play soccer and more, and capture the spirit of resilient people who defy being defined by their physical disability. Continue


Welcome Home from This Old House | Justin Gaertner

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This Old House
PBS


When Justin was medically discharged from the Marines, he was still getting accustomed to his prosthetics, and his parents’ home wasn’t adapted for his needs. It wasn’t until he received a home from Homes For Our Troops that he was able to fully appreciate the ease of a fully ADA-compliant home. Continue


Away Games: The World's Greatest Rivalry

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World Channel
PBS


Forget Duke & North Carolina and Yankees & Red Sox. How about a rivalry that involves over a billion people in the most explosive region on the planet? Travel to India to witness the first head-to-head cricket series between India and Pakistan since the 2008 terror attacks in Mumbai. Continue


Winning Girl | Promo

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America Reframed
PBS


16-year-old judo and wrestling phenom Teshya Alo weighs 125 pounds and can throw women twice her age. Follow the journey of this part-Polynesian teenager from Hawai‘i, and her family in Winning Girl which tells the story of an elite athlete on her ascent, a girl facing the challenges of growing up and an entire family dedicated to a single dream. Continue


9-Man | Promo

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America Reframed
PBS


A competitive Chinese-American sport, 9-Man was a way for Chinese workers to escape the day-to-day but today, it provides a lasting connection to culture and community pride. Follow several teams over the course of one season as they prepare for battle and fight for the championship in Boston. What does the future hold for this street ball battle? Continue


Lessons learned after surviving an avalanche

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PBS NewsHour
PBS


James Mort survived an avalanche after skiing in the Swiss Alps. Now, he wants people to know how to be prepared and potentially save a life. Continue


Roberto or Bobby Clemente?

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American Experience
PBS


Sports journalists often mocked Latino ballplayers' English or, along with Major League Baseball, tried to ignore their "unamerican" heritage. Continue


The NEW Golden Age of Television

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Aspen Ideas Festival
PBS


Is “Netflix-ing” the way of our future? Wall Street sure thinks so. Simply stated, internet TV is growing globally in ways that traditional TV just isn’t. From our desk tops to our wrists, the opportunities to watch what, when and where we want, have dramatically impacted our habits and desire. Who IS this upender, disruptor, changemaker who is so dramatically impacting our consumption of stories? Continue


Welcome Home from This Old House | Matt DeWitt

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This Old House
PBS


Army Staff Sergeant Matt DeWitt was on his first deployment to Iraq when he sustained devastating injuries and both his arms had to be amputated. He sunk into a deep depression for over a year, but when he pulled himself out of it, he met his wife, Cat, and had two children. They are working with Homes for Our Troops to make sure their current home won’t have any obstacles for the family. Continue


James Taylor on the Red Sox and "Angels of Fenway"

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Charlie Rose The Week
PBS


Singer-songwriter James Taylor on his new song, "Angels of Fenway," and how a North Carolina boy developed a lifelong love of New England. Continue


Welcome Home from This Old House | Joe Beimfohr

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This Old House
PBS


Staff Sergeant Joseph Beimfohr spent nine years in the United States Army serving as a cavalry scout. In 2005, he was severely injured by an improvised explosive device in Iraq. Having been in his Homes for Our Troops home for almost two years, Beimfohr has the physical, emotional and financial freedom to explore his newest passion: adaptive sports. Continue


Away Games: The World's Greatest Rivalry | Promo

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World Channel
PBS


Forget Duke & North Carolina and Yankees & Red Sox. How about a rivalry that involves over a billion people in the most explosive region on the planet? Travel to India to witness the first head-to-head cricket series between India and Pakistan since the 2008 terror attacks in Mumbai. Continue


Winning Girl

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America Reframed
PBS


16-year-old judo and wrestling phenom Teshya Alo weighs 125 pounds and can throw women twice her age. Follow the journey of this part-Polynesian teenager from Hawai‘i, and her family in Winning Girl which tells the story of an elite athlete on her ascent, a girl facing the challenges of growing up and an entire family dedicated to a single dream. Continue


Asian Pacific American Heritage Month on WORLD

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America Reframed
PBS


All This May 2015 on WORLD Channel: Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. Featuring 9-Man, Winning Girl and Cambodian Son on original docu-series America ReFramed. Continue


The Mysteries of Golf: What's In A Swing?

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Antiques Roadshow
PBS


Can anyone solve the mysteries of golf? John Falter explores a plethora of swings in his Saturday Evening Post cover, "Golf Driving Range." Continue


Coming Soon to Independent Lens: Born to Fly

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Independent Lens
PBS


Born to Fly: Elizabeth Streb vs. Gravity traces the evolution of choreographer and “extreme action architect“ Elizabeth Streb’s more than 30 years of movement philosophy. The film culminates with Streb and her dancers preparing and presenting gravity-defying performances in London’s Cultural Olympiad leading up to the 2012 Olympics. Continue


Latino Ballplayers Join the Major Leagues

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American Experience
PBS


Roberto Clemente was more than just a baseball player for the Pittsburgh Pirates; he was a role model for Latinos in the United States. Continue


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