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Arts and Music

Showcase with Barbara Kellar

Stacey & Scot Woolley

Stacey Woolley and Scot Woolley talk about their accomplished careers in music.

Colores

A City at the End of the World

This film is about the city of Albuquerque, and how it has changed over time.

26:53

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Culture

University Place

Understanding Burkitt's Lymphoma

Bill Sugden explains the cause of and treatment for the Burkitt’s Lymphoma cancer.

53:34

Living St. Louis

Holocaust Survivor

Patrick Murphy talks with Rachel Miller, a survivor of the Holocaust.

7:05

QuizBusters

Everett vs. Okemos

Everett Vikings vs. Okemos Chieftains. #2361

27:57

QB Jr.

Stockbridge vs. Homer

Stockbridge Panthers vs. Homer Trojans | Episode #1005

27:50

Louisville Life

The Artists of Gallopalooza

Gallopalooza; Kirby Adams; Courier-Journal; Sarah Reed Harris - Interfaith Relations; Loui

27:59

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Drama

Lark Rise to Candleford

Series 3 Episode 1

The Timmins family receives some exciting news.

59:06

Mercy Street

Episode 3: The Uniform

Dr. Foster operates on his brother, a Confederate soldier. Tom's trauma shocks Alice.

54:14

Masterpiece

The Paradise: Episode 5 Preview

The Paradise Episode 5 premieres Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013, 9pm ET on MASTERPIECE on PBS.

0:30

Masterpiece

Any Human Heart Preview

Premieres Sunday, February 13, 2011 at 9:00pm/ET.

0:31

Call the Midwife

Season 3 | Episode 4 Preview

Watch Jenny and Sister Winifred help an agoraphobic woman and see developments with Alec.

0:30

Masterpiece

Zen: Ratking Preview

Zen: Ratking re-airs Sunday, June 24, 2012, at 9pm/ET on MASTERPIECE MYSTERY!

0:31

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Food

ChefSteps

Umami-Bomb Vegetarian Demi Glace

An unctuous, flavor-packed demi-glace that's wheat-free, gluten-free, and vegetarian.

3:21

Martha Bakes

Crackers & Flatbreads

Join Martha for four irresistible versions that are a cinch to make.

2:43

The Lexicon of Sustainability

Traceability

Nearly 1/3 of the fish we buy isn’t what the label says. Can we trace their origins?

3:20

Martha Bakes

Spiked

Learn how Martha spikes four longtime favorites for an incomparable depth of flavor.

0:42

America's Heartland

511

Explore Texas' role as an agricultural powerhouse in the U.S.

26:46

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History

TPT Documentaries

Dakota Exile

When the Civil War and Dakota Conflict end, the cultural war begins.

55:59

Blank on Blank

Ray Bradbury on Madmen

A lost 1972 interview with Ray Bradbury.

5:12

WPT Archives: 1980s

Legislature '87: Part Two

One segment of a nightly report on the day's events in the 1987 legislature.

26:44

Colorado Experience

Pope John Paul II

A look at the historic visit of Pope John Paul II for the 1993 World Youth Day Conference.

27:19

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Home & How to

The Woodwright's Shop

Promo: Forging the Hold Fast

Blacksmithing lessons from Peter Ross in making an iron holdfast.

0:30

The Woodwright's Shop

Promo: The Enfield Cupboard

Roy Underhill shows how to make a classic white pine Shaker chest.

Maryland Farm & Harvest

Episode 209

Maryland's ag royalty, oyster aquaculture, and Vietnamese poultry growers.

26:48

In the Garden

Natural Landscapes

Stones, mounds and vertical elements combine to create spectacular living spaces.

26:47

The Woodwright's Shop

Big Ash Mallet!

With ash head and hickory handle, Roy Underhill shows how to make a mallet for the ages.

26:46

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Indie Films

PBS Indies

The Best of PBS Indies

Preview upcoming independent documentary films airing on PBS in 2016.

26:24

POV

Nutkin's Last Stand

A plague of North American grey squirrels threatens the beloved British red squirrel.

18:19

POV

Louie Bluie: Trailer

A lively portrait of 76-year-old Harold "Louie Bluie" Armstrong.

0:36

Independent Lens

See the Preview for Medora

Medora premieres on PBS Independent Lens on March 31, 2014.

0:30

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News & Public Affairs

Here and Now

HIV Awareness

We look at initiatives to prevent heroin users from contracting HIV and overdosing.

6:02

Mountain Lake Journal EXTRA

December 23, 2010

Derek Muirden tours the Olympic Village of Lake Placid NY including the Lake Placid Lodge.

26:47

KPBS Evening Edition

Thursday, Dec. 4, 2014

Residents of Lake San Marcos want the polluted water cleaned up.

26:30

FRONTLINE

"Breaking the Bank" - Preview

FRONTLINE untangles the complicated financial, political web threatening Bank of America.

0:33

Nine Network Specials

Soul of Ferguson

St. Louis musicians present their soul-themed concert to promote community and healing.

55:20

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Science and Nature

State Park Minutes

Chenango Valley State Park

Chenango Valley State Park in Broome County, New York has usable space for all seasons.

1:00

BrainCraft

Could Telepathy Exist?

A brief tale on the possibilities of brain-to-brain communication, with a few cats.

2:57

SCI TECH CENTRAL

SciTech Central 104: Robotic Systems

We look at a robotic system that‘s helping make complex spine surgeries more consistent.

24:42

Scout-Science

Trip to the Moon (Outdoor Idaho)

Craters of the Moon is one of the only continental hot spots in the world.

26:49

Rick Steves' Europe

The Best of Israel Preview

We start in Jerusalem, visit cosmopolitan Tel Aviv and savor the local cuisine.

0:30

Outdoor Idaho

Chasing the Light

This is a chance to see Idaho through the lens of some of the world's finest photographers

26:49

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