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Meet the Characters from The Crimson Field

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The Crimson Field
PBS


Learn more about the team of doctors, nurses and women volunteers who work together in a tented field hospital on the coast of France to heal the bodies and souls of men wounded in the trenches. Premieres Sunday, June 21, 2015 at 10 p.m. ET. Check your local listings. Continue


Series Preview

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The Crimson Field
PBS


In a tented field hospital on the coast of France, a team of doctors, nurses and women volunteers work together to heal the bodies and souls of men wounded in the trenches. Each episode sees the team care for new arrivals — the wounded or sick. The patients are a rich mix of British soldiers, troops from all over the world and even local civilians. Premieres Sunday, June 21, 2015 at 10 p.m. ET. Continue


Who Were the Zouaves?

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Antiques Roadshow
PBS


More on the history of the Civil War soldiers in exotic — and distinctly uncamouflaged — uniforms. Continue


What Was the Manhattan Project?

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Antiques Roadshow
PBS


Learn more about the massive, top-secret U.S. effort to develop an atomic bomb during the height of World War II. Continue


2015 National Memorial Day Concert Featured Highlights

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National Memorial Day Concert
PBS


The 2015 National Memorial Day Concert will feature the stories of courageous American heroes disabled for life; shine a spotlight on gold star Children who have lost a parent to war; and commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II. Continue


Nazi Attack on America

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NOVA
PBS


A sunken German U-boat off the coast of New Orleans tells the story of Operation Drumbeat. Airing May 6, 2015 at 9 pm on PBS Continue


9-Man | Preview 1

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America Reframed
PBS


A preview of 9-Man with Jack Tchen, Founding Director of NYU's APA Studies Program. The untold history of Chinese men and the sport of 9-Man in America during the Chinese Exclusion Act. Continue


The Ghost of Abraham Lincoln

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Washington Week
PBS


Many people believe the ghost of President Abraham Lincoln is still haunting the White House 150 years after his death. The New York Times' Peter Baker tells the story of Ronald Reagan's dog Rex who exhibited strange behavior in the Lincoln Bedroom. But was it really a ghost? "I think in some ways people might like the idea that Lincoln is still hanging around watching over us," Baker says. Continue


General Colin Powell on the Meaning of Memorial Day

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National Memorial Day Concert
PBS


General Powell shares his experience of visiting Washington D.C.'s war memorials and witnessing the remembrances left by family, friends and loved ones of service members who served and sacrificed. Continue


By The River of Babylon | Promo

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America Reframed
PBS


By the River of Babylon takes us into the unique culture and environment of South Louisiana: a habitat that gave rise to Cajun and Creole music, food, and culture, and one that is disappearing at an alarming rate. The film weaves this sad story into a fabric of famed but decaying dance halls and the musical habitat they represented. Continue


Obama at War

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FRONTLINE
PBS


Veteran FRONTLINE filmmaker Martin Smith goes inside the Obama administration's struggle to deal with ISIS and the deadly civil war in Syria. With interviews from key military and diplomatic leaders, Obama at War examines the hard choices facing the president as he tries to defeat the Islamic State without dragging America into a prolonged regional conflict. Continue


The Ghost of Abraham Lincoln

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Washington Week
PBS


With a 200-year-old building, you're bound to hear stories of strange happenings in the middle of the night, but when the building is the White House, the sightings often take on a more historical flavor. Many people believe the ghost of President Abraham Lincoln is still haunting the White House 150 years after his death. Continue


Filmmaker Tells Story of Citizens Who Revealed FBI Secret

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Independent Lens
PBS


Long before Edward Snowden’s revelations about NSA surveillance, activist-burglars exposed COINTELPRO, the FBI's illegal surveillance program that involved the intimidation of law-abiding Americans. For forty years the burglars kept their identities secret, but in Johanna Hamilton's new film 1971, these previously anonymous Americans publicly tell their story for the first time. Continue


The Forsyte Saga - Series Preview

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PBS
PBS


This 2002 dramatic miniseries chronicles three generations of the Forsytes, an upper middle-class family in Victorian and Edwardian England. Damian Lewis, Gina McKee and Ioan Gruffudd star, with Rupert Graves, Amanda Root and Corin Redgrave. Continue


A Gold Star Life

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National Memorial Day Concert
PBS


On the 1996 National Memorial Day Concert, actress Jill Eikenberry shared a letter left by Gold Star Wife Sally Griffis under her husband's name on the Vietnam Memorial Wall. In it, she talked about the experience of taking her children, gold star children, to visit the memorial as a way to honor their father. Now those children are grown-up and still seeing their lives through the lens of being g Continue


9-Man | Webisode

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America Reframed
PBS


A conversation between America ReFramed's host Natasha Del Toro and filmmaker Ursula Liang & Jack Tchen about the documentary 9-Man. Continue


In the Light of Reverence

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POV
PBS


In the Light of Reverence is a beautifully rendered account of the struggles of the Lakota in the Black Hills, the Hopi in Arizona and the Wintu in California to protect their sacred sites. Continue


Twilight: Los Angeles

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Great Performances
PBS


Online debut: April 29, 2015. Anna Deavere Smith's powerful one-woman theater piece about the 1991 Rodney King beating, the violent aftermath of the 1992 verdict, and the lasting impact of the L.A. riots on America's conscience. Award-winning director Marc Levin weaves Smith's stage performance with news footage and interviews to create a portrait of rage, sorrow, loss, and battered hope. Continue


A Photomosaic of U-166

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NOVA
PBS


A high-res mapping expert pieces together thousands of images to make one wide shot of the U-166 wreck site. Continue


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