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Arts and Music

Austin City Limits

Phoenix - Preview

Premieres Saturday, October 12, 2013 at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT. Check your local listings.

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Austin City Limits

Behind the Scenes: Alabama Shakes

Go behind the scenes with Alabama Shakes as they return to Austin City Limits.

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Landscapes of South Dakota

Mammoth Site

The Mammoth Site in Hot Springs offers a glimpse or the area before explorers arrived.

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NC Weekend

July 30, 2015

We visit the Inn at Brevard, the Thirsty Monk, and enjoy southern food in Goldsboro.

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Austin City Limits

Kenny Chesney - Preview

Airs Saturday, July 14, 2012 at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT. Check your local listings.

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Culture

University Place

Gender Verification and Sports

Katrina Karkazis and David Allen discuss issues with gender testing of female athletes.

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Up Close With Cathy Unruh

June 2012 Preview

Meet the extraordinary people that impact West Central Florida.

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Drama

The Bletchley Circle

Preview

Follow four ordinary women with the extraordinary ability to break codes.

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Masterpiece

Foyle's War: The Cage Preview

See a preview of Foyle's War: The Cage before it airs Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013, 9pm on PBS.

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Food

America's Heartland

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New England cranberries, urban mushrooms, summer squash recipes, cattle sale barn.

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America's Heartland

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Foster Farmers Animal Welfare, Fort Boise Produce, Farm to Market bread, inflight dining.

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Martha Stewart's Cooking School

Learn About Dressings and Emulsions

Martha Stewart shows you how to make some great mayonnaise, dressing and aioli

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Kitchen Explorers

How to Naturally Dye Easter Eggs

See how to dye eggs using foods, spices and other items from your kitchen.

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Savor San Diego

Convoy District

Su-Mei will explore the burgeoning Asian community in the Convoy District.

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America's Heartland

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Wheat, grains, fruits, vegetables, and peanuts.

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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.

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American Experience

We Shall Remain Promo

We Shall Remain establishes Native history as an essential part of American history.

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Biographical Conversations With...

Bob Timberlake: Part 1

Episode One of Biographical Conversations with Bob Timberlake traces family history.

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Dakota Pathways

Telling Stories

What is it about South Dakota's people, animals, and land that makes for good stories?

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Nazi Mega Weapons

Season 2 Preview – Kamikaze

Uncover the secrets of the terrifying weapons Japan sent into war.

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San Diego Historic Places

Heritage Park

The renovation of San Diego's Heritage Park.

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Home & How to

Making It Grow

September 29, 2015

September 29, 2015

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Reading Rockets

Fluent Reading

The ability to decode quickly, achieve fluency, and early testing for struggling readers

26:46

Maryland Farm & Harvest

Maryland Farm & Harvest 112

Maryland agritourism attractions, county fairs, and filtering run-off with wood chips.

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Central Texas Gardener

Austin Pond and Garden Tour 2011

Tom Spencer meets with Terrie and Michael Lumsden from the Austin Pond...

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Making It Grow

January 29, 2013

The Feature segment is “The Unpainted South.”

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Indie Films

TvFilm

Season 7 | Episode 3 (Preview)

Premieres Sunday, July 5, 2015 at 11pm on WMHT TV! Encore Tuesday, July 7 at 7:30pm.

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PBS Online Film Festival

2015 Festival | Seed Art

Forget paintbrushes or clay, these artists make magnificent and intricate art with seeds!

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Truly CA

Stand | Truly CA

South LA residents use krump dancing to take a stand.

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Indie Alaska

I Am A Whittier Teacher

For more INDIE ALASKA, visit www.youtube.com/indiealaska

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PBS Indies

Employed Identity | Linda Mai Phung

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

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TvFilm

Black Creek | Rappin' for Godot

A man's sacrifice shatters his family; hip-hop version of a Samuel Beckett play.

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News & Public Affairs

Greater Boston

May 26, 2015

Boston 2024 With Vice Chair Peter Roby & Harvard Graduate Running For President In Somalia

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Mountain Lake Journal

August 19, 2010

Last of the Mohicans preformed, VT mothers sew dresses for orphans, Redford Merry-go-Round

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Tavis Smiley

Actor Jeff Daniels

Tavis talks with the Tony-nominated actor about his new series, HBO’s The Newsroom.

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Washington Week

May 4, 2012

Chen Guangcheng; President Obama in Afghanistan; jobless numbers; election 2012.

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Tavis Smiley

Cesar Perales: Monday, 6/1

Cesar Perales weighs in on the selection of Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor.

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Overheard with Evan Smith

Barney Frank

Fmr. Congressman Barney Frank represented the 4th District of MA for more than 30 years.

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Science and Nature

Star Gazers

"What A Line Up!" 5 Min

Star Gazers #1524 5 Min June 15 - 21, 2015 "See a Moon-Star-Planet Sandwich"

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Nature

A Murder of Crows Preview

New research has shown that crows are among the most intelligent animals in the world.

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Secret Life of Scientists

Crystal Dilworth: Shoes

Crystal Dilworth encourages old, white male scientists to wear high heels.

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