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Arts and Music

Satellite Sets

Brownout: Slinky

Brownout performs "Slinky" on ACL Presents Satellite Sets.

2:48

WUCF Artisodes

WUCF Artisodes #142: Heavy Metal

In this edition, we see how a Central Florida artist combines sculpture and jewelry.

24:42

The Arts Page

The Arts Page - Program #236

Daniel Mollohan's photography tells the story of the homeless.

26:31

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Culture

University Place

Father Groppi, Civil Rights Leader

The story of civil rights leader, Father Groppi, shared by author Stuart Stotts.

45:10

Kentucky Life

Things We Love

Kentuckians love basketball, chocolates, and weekend getaways.

26:41

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Drama

Last Tango in Halifax

Season 2 | Episode 2 Preview

Find out why Alan and Celia’s first day as husband and wife is filled with tension.

0:30

Call the Midwife

Season 4 | Episode 5 Preview

Witness the consequences of a Christian Science couple’s refusal of medicine.

0:30

Call the Midwife

Season 2 Preview

Watch the preview of Call the Midwife, Season 2. Premieres Sunday, March 31.

0:30

Masterpiece

Silk Preview

Watch a preview of Silk, with Rupert Penry-Jones and Maxine Peake, airing 8/25/13, 9pm ET.

0:29

Masterpiece

Poldark: Preview

Get a first look at the new series, coming in June.

0:30

The Crimson Field

Episode 6 | Preview

Joan faces a possible lifetime in prison, and Kitty’s wracked with guilt.

0:32

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Food

Feast TV

January 2016 Episode

Feast TV looks at trends that are defining the way we eat and drink today.

28:32

America's Heartland

816

California honeybees, Montana rodeo riding school, Hanson Family Farm, Arkansas buffalo.

26:46

ChefSteps

Blini

A tiny blini with all the fixins is the embodiment of posh (think czars and Fabergé eggs).

1:50

Food Forward

Food (Justice) for All

All across the country, the ways and means of America's small farmers are evolving.

24:40

America's Heartland

421

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

26:46

ChefSteps

Pâte Brisée

A classic recipe for golden, buttery, flaky crust that's perfect for pies and quiches.

3:02

America's Heartland

115

Organic milk, Bluegrass music, North Carolina tobacco, goat milk soap in Montana.

26:46

ChefSteps

Traditional Chocolate Ganache

A deliciously bittersweet, creamy filling that's perfect for macarons.

1:16

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History

Black Issues Forum

Empowering Force of Feminist Teaching

Dr. Alexis P. Gumbs uses black feminism to help others create empowering life strategies.

27:12

The Dust Bowl

The Dust Bowl Preview

The Dust Bowl chronicles the worst man-made ecological disaster in American history

1:43

American Experience

The Bombing of Germany Preview

During the offensive against Germany, Americans faced a moral and strategic dilemma.

0:30

Black Issues Forum

Land, Environment, and Race

Mickey Fearn, Marilynn Marsh-Robinson, and Thomas Easley examine environmental justice.

26:46

The Wall - A World Divided

Preview Trailer

The Wall - A World Divided tells the historical story of the Berlin Wall.

1:16

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Home & How to

Antiques Roadshow

Santa Clara, CA | Hour 1

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW visits the Japanese American Museum of San Jose

53:10

Craft in America

INDUSTRY episode preview

INDUSTRY: Handmade in the Creative Economy

0:30

Making It Grow

November 20, 2012

The Feature segment this week is Potters Rosa and Winton Eugene.

56:46

A Growing Passion

Growing Your Own

If you’ve ever wondered if you could grow your own vegetables, we’ll show you that you can

26:46

Prairie Yard & Garden

Fall Maintenance

Fall maintenance is discussed.

28:46

Making It Grow

November 10, 2015

Fall plants, African Eggplant and Spinach.

56:45

Central Texas Gardener

Hardy Agaves

Tom Spencer and Bob Barth from the Austin Cactus & Succulent Society illustrate ground...

26:46

A Growing Passion

From Vine to Wine

Visit the next generation of wine makers and see how they are reinventing the process.

26:50

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Indie Films

POV

Big Birding Day - Trailer

Three friends attempt to see as many species as possible in 24 hours

2:39

Director's Cut

Patrick Cady, "Triviatown"

Discover the story behind Patrick Cady's amusing documentary "Triviatown."

27:03

On Story

Deconstructing Dog Day Afternoon

Frank Pierson’s Academy Award® winning Dog Day Afternoon elevates the classic crime genre

26:46

Local, USA

Hunger in America

Portraits of hunger in America from California to Chicago, Illinois to North Carolina.

27:09

Local, USA

Urban Gardening | Promo

Sowing the Seeds of Change…planting ideas for sustainability and self-sufficiency.

0:30

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News & Public Affairs

KPBS Evening Edition

Monday, December 9, 2013

Construction of a replica 16th century Spanish galleon is about 80 percent completed.

26:27

New York NOW

Congressman Mike Arcuri

Rep. Mike Arcuri (D-NY) discusses the race for his hotly-contested congressional seat.

26:48

Tavis Smiley

Actor William Hurt

The Oscar-winning actor talks about his new AMC series, HUMANS.

26:36

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Science and Nature

NOVA

Extreme Ice Preview

Airs Wednesday, December 18, 2013 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT. Check your local listings.

0:30

HealthSmart

Prescription Drugs

Prescription drug use among Americans is increasing.

26:46

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