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Arts and Music

AHA! A House for Arts

Act

Take a look at the creativity that goes into film, stage, and other performance-based work

26:48

AHA! A House for Arts

Communication

Discover the many ways artists communicate emotions and ideas.

26:47

South Dakota Focus

Legislative Preview 2015

On this episode of SD Focus, guests discuss what to expect in the 2015 legislative session

57:32

Landscapes of South Dakota

Al Kurtenbach

Al Kurtenbach is cofounder of Daktronics. The SD based company is known world wide.

1:00

NC Weekend

Thursday, July 7, 2011

Visit a festival that harkens back to how our earliest pioneers survived & thrived.

27:09

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Culture

Scout Dialogue: Writers Collection

Paola Gianturco

A discussion with author and photojournalist Paula Gianturco.

28:48

Living St. Louis

Romance Writer Karen Dodson

Producer Ruth Ezell profiles novelist Karen Dodson.

7:30

Black Folk Don't

Swim

Black folk don’t swim? See if the issue stays afloat or sinks to the bottom.

5:56

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Drama

Masterpiece

Sherlock Lives Preview

Sherlock Season 3 premieres Sunday, Jan. 19, 2014, on MASTERPIECE on PBS.

0:30

The Bletchley Circle

The Bletchley Circle - Preview

Premiered Sunday, September 15, 2013 at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT. Check your local listings.

0:30

Masterpiece

Mr. Selfridge Season 2 Preview

Mr. Selfridge returns to MASTERPIECE on PBS with Season 2, airing Sunday, March 30, 9pm ET

1:00

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Food

BBQ with Franklin

Episode 1: Brisket

Learn what makes brisket the centerpiece of the Central Texas BBQ plate.

26:40

The Good Stuff

Why You Should Eat Bugs

Bugs are one of the most plentiful sources of protein on our planet.

13:31

Food Forward

Quest for Water

How can agriculture use less water and still grow enough food for everyone?

24:40

America's Heartland

1112

We visit the Coppola and Rodney Strong wineries where winemakers protect the environment.

26:46

America's Heartland

421

Maine’s agricultural fair,cherry orchard in WA,Food U in AZ,feeding Fido in WI.

26:46

America's Heartland

1006

Alabama local food, pork recipe with a strawberry sauce, tropical farmers market

26:46

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History

American Masters

Phil Ochs: There But for Fortune

Premiering nationally Monday, January 23 at 10 pm (check local listings)

2:11

The Civil War

The Civil War Series Promo

THE CIVIL WAR, the award-winning film by Ken Burns, airs from September 7-11, at 9:00pm.

Moments in Time

Palace of the Governors

Examining the history of New Mexico's Palace of the Governors.

10:05

Images of the Past

Spearfish Air Show ca. 1938

Film probably shot in 1938 shows a variety of aircraft in flight and on the ground.

7:22

Scout-History

Homesteading (Visions of Idaho)

The lifestyle of ten-year-olds during Idaho's transition from territory to statehood

14:48

Biographical Conversations With...

Wendell H. Murphy: Toward Merger

Much of Part 3 focuses on the challenges confronting Mr. Murphy....

56:10

American Masters

A Letter To Elia - Preview

Scorsese's portrait of Elia Kazan premieres Monday, October 4, 2010 at 9 p.m. (ET)

0:20

San Diego Historic Places

Circus and Amusement Parks

The history of the circus and Amusement parks in San Diego.

25:46

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Home & How to

Craft in America

SERVICE episode

Documenting craft and the military and the power of the handmade to inspire and heal

55:04

Maryland Farm & Harvest

Maryland Farm & Harvest 108

Crop seeding to keep the Bay clean, high tech poultry farms, and a new Maryland winery.

26:48

Craft in America

CROSSROADS episode

Crossroads explores the intersections of craft, culture, and technology.

52:40

Making It Grow

October 27, 2015

Halloween 2015

Full-Time Kid

DIY Recycled Bottle Sprinkler

Cool off on those hot summer days with your own DIY sprinkler!

1:33

The Woodwright's Shop

2015 Promo: Double Drawer Shaker Table

Roy cuts the tricky mortise and tenon joints for the legs and frame of this Shaker table.

0:30

Prairie Yard & Garden

Raising Orchids

Orchids are one of the most diverse and largest plant families in the world.

28:45

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Indie Films

FutureStates

Promised Land

Promised Land - FUTURESTATES Season 4

19:57

VOCES

Children of Giant - Preview

Explore the making of Giant and its examination of Anglo/Mexican-American relations.

0:30

Indie Alaska

I am Daphne DoAll LaChores

Scott Koeller--AKA Daphne DoAll La Chores--has been dressing in drag since college.

5:28

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News & Public Affairs

MSU Commencements

Osteopathic Medicine

Michigan State University Osteopathic Medicine

2:05:58

Florida This Week

Friday, October 16, 2015

Panelists: Adam Smith, John Dingfelder, Mike Deeson, Ashley Intartaglia

27:12

Greater Boston

December 15, 2014

Our seasonal picks for the very best books and must-see holiday movies.

28:30

NC Now

Monday, May 19, 2014

Affordable solar power for the home consumer.

26:46

Media Meet

Upstreaming Marquette General

MGH representatives Gary Muller and Dr. John Bartlett discuss hospital merger plans.

28:45

Florida This Week

Friday, May 29, 2015

Panelists: Jim Davis, Paula Dockery, Steve Bousquet, William March

28:28

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Science and Nature

Why did you become a scientist?

Dr. Blythe G. Clark

Dr. Blythe G. Clark, Materials Scientist at Sandia National Laboratories

1:01

Star Gazers

Winter Solstice Lunar Eclipse

If you missed it, here is a time-lapse video of the lunar eclipse on Dec. 21, 2010.

4:02

Nature Adventures

Saving the Tigers

Terri and Todd visit a park dedicated to saving tigers.

26:46

Outdoors Maryland

Episode 2608

Spanning Time, Chesapeake Born, Rails to Trails.

27:05

Outdoors Maryland

Episode 2606

Bayscaping, Silent Invastion, Island Nesters

26:20

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