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Arts and Music

Colores

¡COLORES! January 10, 2014

Designer Alexander Girard created a mural of over 5000 pieces celebrating all faiths.

Pioneer Presents

Joe Carucci Trio

Joe Carucci Trio

27:42

NYC-ARTS

Full Episode: November 22, 2012

Paula Zahn interviews filmmaker Ang Lee and actors from his latest film, “Life of Pi.”

27:30

KVIE Arts Showcase

All About Dance

A multigenerational Sacramento drum and dance company, and more dance across the country!

26:46

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Culture

America Reframed

Hanna Ranch

Hanna Ranch is the story of visionary Kirk Hanna dream's of harmony and sustainability.

1:14:49

Scout-People & Culture

Chasing the Light (Outdoor Idaho)

A chance to see Idaho through the lens of the finest resident photographers in the world.

26:49

Women War and Peace

Peace Unveiled

Three Afghan women fight to protect their hard-earned rights

52:15

Our Ohio

Honor Flight

Retired Air Force Captain, Earl Morse, talks about Honor Flight.

9:02

This Emotional Life

The Rituals of Courtship

Dr. Marc D. Hauser talks about the rituals of human courtship.

1:56

Scout Dialogue: Writers Collection

Ken Burns

Filmmaker Ken Burns discusses making historical documentaries.

28:48

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Drama

Masterpiece

Downton Abbey 6: UK Trailer

See the UK trailer for the final season of Downton Abbey.

0:59

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Food

Kitchen Vignettes

Thanksgiving Crème Brûlée

This roasted squash crème brûlée perfectly embodies the warmth and taste of Thanksgiving.

Feast TV

May 2015 Episode

Leaky Roof Meadery, Strange Donuts and Seoul Taco, Vox Vineyards, chef Ferran Adrià.

28:32

Martha Bakes

Puddings

Martha turns our modern stereotype of pudding upside down.

2:25

BBQ with Franklin

Episode 8: Competition

Aaron finds he’s not in Texas anymore when he competes at a BBQ competition.

24:18

ChefSteps

Canelés

A classic French pastry made from eggs, milk, and sugar. Full recipe at ChefSteps.com.

0:39

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History

Almanac Gardener

Caring for Wildlife

Mike Gray and the panel guests shares ways to protect wildlife while caring for gardens.

History Detectives

Season 6, Episode 8

John Adams Book; Mankato Spoon; NC-4: First Across The Atlantic

54:07

WPT Documentaries

Just a Cop

Follow a Madison police officer during his shift for two months.

58:40

WPT Documentaries

This place we call Wisconsin

The history of a state is more than names and dates. It's about change.

1:00:01

American Experience

The Crash of 1929 Preview

Preview for the film The Crash of 1929, rebroadcasting April 24, 2012.

0:30

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Home & How to

A Growing Passion

Preserve the Harvest

In this episode, we make jam from tomatoes, preserve home grown lemons, and so much more.

26:47

Making It Grow

March 1, 2011

The featured segment is from Clemson University where they are researching food safety.

56:46

The Woodwright's Shop

Dovetail Saw

Make a brass-backed hand saw perfect for the finest dovetails or the toughest tenons.

26:46

The Woodwright's Shop

The Dovetail Variations

Enjoy the journeyman joint that holds your drawers together in a variety of various forms

26:46

Central Texas Gardener

Succulent Designs

Style up with succulents in upcycled containers, with Eric Pedley...

26:46

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Indie Films

Director's Cut

Scott Rivera, "Exact Change"

See a conversation with Scott Rivera, producer of the short documentary "Exact Change."

26:25

POV

Web Junkie - Trailer

An extraordinary look into a internet addiction rehab in Beijing, China.

0:42

Mountain Lake PBS Documentaries

Lost in the Forest

An animated documentary about Samuel de Champlain, Dead Reckoning ~ Champlain in America

4:01

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News & Public Affairs

Donnybrook

October 17, 2013

Charlie Brennan debates with Wendy Wiese, Bill McClellan, Alvin Reid and Ray Hartmann.

27:47

Bill Moyers

The Journal: Hope in the Congo

The Journal takes viewers on the ground in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

53:39

Comment on Kentucky

August 22, 2014

Journalists from around the state discuss news of the day with interim host Bill Bryant.

26:31

KPBS Evening Edition

Monday, Jan. 16, 2012

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Vargas about his life as an undocumented immigrant.

28:25

Washington Week

July 30, 2010

Rangel's ethics problems, the WikiLeaks documents & Arizona's immigration law.

22:35

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Science and Nature

SOCHE Talks

Grow Food, Grow Hope

Community garden initiative "Grow Food, Grow Hope".

18:33

Outdoors Maryland

Burn the Marching Pines

Fire becomes friend not foe in an attempt to re-grow endangered serpentine grasslands.

5:25

Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies

Dr. Jose Baselga

Dr. Baselga brings his years of experience and success into the conversation about cancer.

2:19

DPTV Health & Safety

Veterans Help on the Homefront

Oakland Cty Judge Brian MacKenzie provides veterans’ assistance through his court.

1:26:46

NOVA

Deadliest Tornadoes - Preview

Airs Wednesday, May 9, 2012 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT. Check your local listings.

0:30

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