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Arts and Music

Artworks

Episode 305

BSO cellist, impressionist photographer, Edward Hopper, contemporary Native American art.

26:50

AHA! A House for Arts

Form | Preview

See how artists shape their work into forms – both human and alien.

0:30

NC Weekend

August 2, 2012

We visit an outdoor drama in Valdese, a B&B in Yadkinville and Crave in Charlotte.

26:46

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Culture

Scout-People & Culture

Never Say Quit (Outdoor Idaho)

Inspirational stories of folks who are older than most of their colleagues.

26:48

In Our Community

Mid-Michigan Conversation on Cancer

Community forum following preview screening of "Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies."

1:28:01

WPT Presents

Candidate Statement: Thompson

Tommy Thompson, Republican running for US Senate makes a candidate statement.

4:48

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Drama

Masterpiece

Downton Abbey, Season 4 Preview

Downton Abbey Season 4 premieres Sunday, Jan. 5, 2014, 9pm ET on MASTERPIECE on PBS.

0:59

The Crimson Field

Episode 2 | Preview

The volunteer nurses settle into life at the hospital.

Masterpiece

Mr. Selfridge Season 2 Preview

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

1:00

Masterpiece

Breathless Preview

Breathless, starring Jack Davenport, premieres Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014, 9pm ET on PBS.

0:30

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Food

ChefSteps

Pistachio Macaron

For a fun twist on the classic macaron, sub pistachio flour for the traditional almond.

3:33

Wisconsin Foodie

Clock Shadow Creamery

Visit Milwaukee's first inner-city cheese factory, Clock Shadow Creamery.

26:45

ChefSteps

Deep Fried Glassy Nuts

One simple, foolproof technique for super-crunchy, perfect candied nuts.

1:30

ChefSteps

Kouign-Amann

These salty, buttery pastries hail from the coastal region of Brittany, in the NW France.

7:03

A Chef's Life

The Holiday Special

Join Vivian for a taste of the holidays as she serves up the best of her Southern cooking.

55:40

Original Fare

Crottin de Chavignol

Meet a real French affineur to see why they might have the coolest job of all.

6:30

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History

Take on the South

The Necessary South

Is the South Necessary? Walter Edgar, James Cobb, Peter Applebome, discuss the topic.

57:05

History Detectives

Season 7, Episode 11

Duke Ellington Plates; "Scottsboro Boys" Stamp; Civil War Bridge

54:38

Black Issues Forum

Dudley High's AVT Team

Dudley High STEM class prepares students for lifetime opportunity at Shell Eco Marathon.

26:46

WPT Archives: 1990s

Wisconsin Stories: Ice Delivery

For recreation or business, ice has always played a central role in Wisconsin history.

29:02

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Home & How to

Central Texas Gardener

Drought Defiant Plants

Beat the drought from trees to groundcovers.

26:46

Antiques Roadshow

New York City | Hour 3

In New York City, Hour 3, highlights include a Tiffany watch and an Irving Berlin script.

52:57

Making It Grow

June 10, 2014

The featured segment is Cold Creek Nurseries.

54:41

Full-Time Kid

Egg in a Bottle Experiment

Learn how to do the classic egg-in-a-bottle experiment with Mya in super slow motion.

1:42

Central Texas Gardener

No Water Plants

No-water plants, oak tree prune, forcing bulbs, blogger Zanthan Gardens at home.

26:18

Prairie Yard & Garden

Clematis

This vigorous, woody, climbing vine is a perfect addition to a trellis.

28:46

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Indie Films

On Story

Tadpoles

In episode 2 of "On Story," the creative minds behind STAR TREK...

26:47

Film School Shorts

App | Film School Shorts

A shy software developer agrees to use his mobile app to seduce a beautiful stranger.

20:32

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News & Public Affairs

Washington Week

Webcast Extra - May 4, 2012

Unemployment numbers and presidential politics; education and the economy; Afghanistan.

7:47

NC Now

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Jeff Smith brings us an update on the Wilmington District's Lock and Dam,

27:10

The Open Mind

Litigiousness

Guest: McGill, William

27:19

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Science and Nature

It’s Okay to Be Smart

What is Wind?

Joe explores the invisible force that surrounds us all: wind.

2:38

My Type 2

Monique: An Introduction

Monique's diabetes diagnosis was a wake-up call.

2:44

Secret Life of Scientists

Hugh Herr: Gorgeous Sculptures

Hugh Herr loses his own legs, then learns how to make immortal legs for himself & others.

3:43

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