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Arts and Music

Arts in Context

Ben Brandt

Ben Brandt is a sculptor who creates a "metaphorical translation"...

3:38

Music Gone Public

Tom Rigney

A fiddler extraordinaire wielding a fiery bow with power, passion, and exquisite taste

56:46

South Dakota Focus

Rural Healthcare Crisis 2015

This episode discusses healthcare worker shortages in certain areas across South Dakota

57:20

Landscapes of South Dakota

Terry Redlin

Terry Redlin paints realistic scenes with outdoor and wildlife themes.

1:00

Theater Close-Up

Fashions for Men Preview

Ferenc Molnár's comedy of character about a saintly shop owner and his philandering wife.

0:30

NC Weekend

01/13/11

Join host Deborah Holt as she shares the best things to "see and do" in NC.

27:09

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Culture

Florida Roadtrip

Northeast Florida

Fast, fun and full of history.

26:40

Kentucky Afield

Modern Gun Season

Tim and Niki go deer hunting the opening week of modern gun season.

26:31

Finding Your Roots

War Stories: Julianne Moore

Julianne Moore tells Henry Louis Gates, Jr. about her family and childhood.

1:22

Scout Dialogue: Writers Collection

Michael Kirk, 2004

Michael Kirk talks with Marcia Franklin about his filmmaking philosophy.

28:48

University Place

Is There Sex After 60?

John DeLamater discusses sexual activity within the 60 – 70 year old population.

39:35

Finding Your Roots

Extended Preview

An in-depth look at the 10-part series, Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

4:57

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Drama

Masterpiece

Home Fires: Preview

See a preview of the new series, coming October 4, 2015 at 8/7c.

0:30

The Widower

The Widower | Preview

The true story of Malcolm Webster, a man who marries and kills a succession of women.

0:30

Last Tango in Halifax

Season 2 | Episode 3 Preview

Find out the causes of Gillian’s growing problems and Kate’s awkwardness around Lawrence.

0:30

Masterpiece

Downton Abbey Season 6: Episode 5

Witness a generous offer, a rescue, Robert’s upsetting behavior and Mary’s suspicions.

49:19

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Food

America's Heartland

403

UC Davis vet programs, Rosewell adds to its fame, Florida bees make a special honey.

26:46

America's Heartland

601

A Virginia rancher, Louisiana rice farmers, and Hawaiian coffee farmers.

26:46

Savor San Diego

Beautiful Beans

Chef Su-Mei Yu visits successful local entrepreneurs who make delicious creations.

26:47

Flavor NC

Plum Granny Garlic

Garlic isn't just for warding off vampires! Find out more with Host Lisa Prince

26:47

Martha Stewart's Cooking School

Know Your Vegetables

Martha makes Steamed Artichokes, Braised Leeks, Fried Okra and Whole Roasted Garlic.

1:58

ChefSteps

Frozen Flavor Nuggets

Got leftover herbs? Save 'em for later with this simple trick.

0:45

Food Forward

Modern Milk

American dairy is undergoing a renaissance.

24:40

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History

Almanac Gardener

Selecting Certified Mulch

Mike and the guests lets viewers know that all mulch sold in stores are not certified.

26:45

Black Issues Forum

Building Better Charter Schools

Education advocates at PEFNC, NCAE, and Quality Education Academy discuss charter schools.

27:09

Time Team America

The Lost Pueblo Village

Was this 1,200-year-old village more than just a village?

54:45

Secrets of the Dead

Slave Ship Mutiny Preview

Find out how the Slave Ship Meermin began its ill-fated voyage.

0:31

Black Issues Forum

Roadmap to Youth Success Pt. 1

Find out about a report that can help counties build programs that ensure youth success.

26:47

American Experience

American Comandante Preview

The forgotten story of an American during the Cuban Revolution. Premieres 11/17 on PBS.

0:30

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Home & How to

Making It Grow

April 15, 2014

The side counter is homemade strawberry ice cream with Vicky and Laurie.

54:41

Volunteer Gardener

Volunteer Gardener 2401

Featured is a shady, sloped backyard garden and a sunny front yard perennial garden.

25:16

Sewing With Nancy

Knock Out Knits, Part 2

Learn to make trendy flounces, ruffles, and pleats to update a basic tee.

26:46

The Woodwright's Shop

Sawing Secrets

Chris Schwarz, editor of Popular Woodworking Magazine, joins Roy...

26:47

Making It Grow

May 10, 2011

The featured segment this week is a preview of the documentary Recovery.

56:45

The Woodwright's Shop

Carving the Camellia Woodcarver

Woodcarver Mary May gives Roy Underhill his first lessons in floral carving.

26:46

Startups: Made in Kansas City

Shatto Milk Co., Weston Brewing

In this episode: Shatto Milk Co., Weston Brewing, plus, lending tips from Peter deSilva.

23:04

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Indie Films

Local, USA

PTSD: Bringing the War Home

An examination of veterans and those around them affected by war-related PTSD.

27:43

POV

Roger and Me: Promo

Michael Moore's iconic film about the auto worker layoffs in Flint, Michigan.

0:30

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News & Public Affairs

Greater Boston

June 25, 2015

Affordable Care Act Updates, MA's First Casino & A Look Up Into The Stars

28:30

Your Money and Business

Thursday, Jan. 19, 2012

Helping local entrepreneurs, safe shredding, new DIY tools, plus, housing outlook.

25:32

Comment on Kentucky

January 10, 2014

The governor asks legislators again for tax reform and expanded gambling.

26:31

Ask the DNR

Late Fall 2010

Michigan DNRE personnel answer questions from viewers.

57:21

Off the Record

August 15, 2014 | #4408

Gov on Detroit floods, housing director resigns and wolf hunting. Guest: Todd Courser.

27:48

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Science and Nature

Outdoors Maryland

A Sportsman's Paradise

Waterfowl festival, the Tiger Beetle and the Patapsco Valley State Park.

27:31

Star Gazers

The Secret Lives Of Stars-5 Min

Oct. 10 - 16, 2011 An insider's look at the stars Albireo, Altair and Fomalhaut.

5:04

Earth's Natural Wonders

Episode 3 | Living Wonders

Witness wonders created by the force that makes our planet unique — life itself.

54:46

Second Opinion

Food Allergies

Patient Story: While some food allergies are not that severe, some can be life threatening

25:30

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