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Arts and Music

Music Spotlight

MS115

KRWG Music Spotlight 115 starring Rio Grande Ramblers.

Artworks

Episode 323

Sculptural light, Italian jeweler Bulgari, Key West sculptor, healing power of art.

26:48

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Culture

America Reframed

Radio Unnameable | Promo

Radio Unnameable is the story of DJ Bob Fass who revolutionized late night FM radio.

0:30

Common Ground

614 - Ojibwe Lacrosse Sticks

Maxwell Kelsey creates authentic, accurate replicas of fur-trade era Ojibwe Lacrosse stick

27:04

Living St. Louis

Romance Writer Karen Dodson

Producer Ruth Ezell profiles novelist Karen Dodson.

7:30

Black Folk Don't

Do Yoga

Are black folk less likely to want to downward dog than other folk?

8:13

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Drama

The Crimson Field

Episode 6 | Preview

Joan faces a possible lifetime in prison, and Kitty’s wracked with guilt.

0:32

Call the Midwife

Season 1 | Episode 4 Preview

Witness the community’s search for a missing baby and a couple’s anguish.

0:32

Call the Midwife

Season 2 Preview

Watch the preview of Call the Midwife, Season 2. Premieres Sunday, March 31.

0:30

Call the Midwife

Season 4 | Episode 7 Preview

See how the relationship of a couple, both in need of care, affects Fred.

0:30

Masterpiece

Great Expectations Preview

Great Expectations starring Gillian Anderson airs April 1 & 8, 2012, at 9pm ET/CT on PBS.

1:28

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Food

A Chef's Life

Season 2 Preview

Coming to PBS in October! Chef Vivian Howard returns!

1:00

Wisconsin Foodie

Elkhart Lake

Meet Chef Lynn Chisholm and visit the Osthoff Cooking school and Lake Street Cafe.

26:41

Wisconsin Foodie

European Homemade Sausage

Celebrate the "Old World" and the "New School" tradition of craft sausage making.

26:47

Check, Please! Arizona

Check, Please! Arizona #413

Features 3 guests who dine & then review 3 local restaurants they recommend to each other.

26:46

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History

Biographical Conversations With...

J. H. Franklin: Early Life and Colleg

John Hope Franklin speaks about his parents, his early childhood and school memories.

57:57

Arizona Collectibles

Arizona Collectibles #205

Arizona Collectibles explores the past through peoples’ treasures and stories.

26:46

History Detectives

Season 7 Highlights

Investigating strange and mysterious objects from the past.

4:31

WPT Documentaries

A Place called Chalice Stream

In the woods was a place dedicated to art, beauty and the human spirit.

58:14

Secrets of the Dead

'Executed in Error' - Preview

Airs Wednesday, June 26, 2011 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT. Check your local listings.

0:30

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Home & How to

The Woodwright's Shop

Promo: The Eleven Grooved Box

Host Roy Underhill shows how to make a tidy oak box using grooves and splines.

0:30

Prairie Yard & Garden

Peonies

Learn more about the peony, a great early-season plant.

28:44

In the Garden

Atlanta Botanical Garden

This week Bryce visits a southern staple with an urban flare…the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

28:47

Antiques Roadshow

Santa Clara, CA | Hour 2

Host Mark L. Walberg joins appraiser James Supp at the Pacific Pinball Museum

53:10

Making It Grow

May 1, 2012

The featured segment this week is from Mindstream Academy in Bluffton, SC.

56:46

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Indie Films

PBS Indies

Employed Identity | Linda Mai Phung

Linda Mai Phung shares her experience creating a bridge in the Vietnamese fashion world.

5:07

Independent Lens

45365 - Trailer

Life in a small town is anything but small.

0:26

Local, USA

Head Trauma at War

Examining the links between TBI and PTSD through the story of veteran Andrew Reeves.

26:55

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News & Public Affairs

Direct Connection

Monday, Feb. 25, 2013

Research finds Mediterranean diet preventing heart disease; Enoch Pratt CEO Carla Hayden.

25:38

Washington Week

May 14, 2010

A Supreme Court nomination, President Karzai's US visit, the oil spill and 2010 elections

24:36

Florida This Week

Friday, August 3, 2012

Rob Lorei and this week’s panelists discuss the latest local and national political news.

26:45

Media Meet

Senator Carl Levin

U.S. Senator Carl Levin discusses current issues including the economy and banking reform.

29:07

Off the Record

Jan. 18, 2013 | #4230

Voters to decide road revenue and post State of the State fallout. Guest: Mike Nystrom.

30:00

MSU Video

MSU Awards Convocation 2012

MSU 2012 faculty, staff and graduate students receive university awards.

56:44

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Science and Nature

It’s Okay to Be Smart

How Many Stars Are There?

Are there more stars out there than grains of sand on Earth?

3:30

Outdoor Idaho

Living Legends

Profiles of seniors who are still going strong.

26:47

NOVA

Making Stuff Safer Preview

Host David Pogue examines groundbreaking research that aims to keep us out of harm’s way.

0:30

Smart Health

October 2011 Preview

Angie introduces us to Catie Bauer, a 22-year-old woman battling Neurofibromatosis.

0:31

Outdoor Idaho

War of the Weeds

We are fighting a war that may be unwinnable.

26:47

NOVA scienceNOW

Can Science Stop Crime? Preview

Explore the genetics behind criminal minds, the latest in lie detection, and more.

0:30

It’s Okay to Be Smart

Life by the Numbers

How successful are we compared to other species?

4:26

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