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Arts and Music

Funtime Polka

Season 7; Episode 4

Join Pioneer for another episode of toe-tapping, “oompah,” Funtime Polka fun.

26:55

The Arts Page

The Arts Page - Program #115

THE ARTS PAGE features segments intended to delight and inform viewers.

25:46

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Culture

Living St. Louis

Genealogical Society

Producer Ruth Ezell learns how churches can be rich sources of genealogical information.

10:16

A Gulf Coast Journal

August 2010

Mote Marine; the Cryin' Shames; North Port Church

28:17

WEDU Documentaries

Kids Rock Cancer

Meet children taking part in - and benefiting from - a unique music therapy program.

26:38

Living St. Louis

Dropout Recruiter

Living St. Louis producer Anne-Marie Berger profiles dropout recruiter Charlie Bean.

5:10

Louisville Life

Madpixel Art and Design

Madpixel Art and Design generates buzz in the Derby City with its unique graphic designs.

26:48

¿Que Pasa, USA?

Road to Little Havana

Carmen learns to drive then crashes into Pepe and Antonio.

28:18

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Drama

Call the Midwife

Season 1 | Episode 2 Preview

See why newcomer Chummy has trouble gaining the respect of Sister Evangelina.

0:30

Teleplays

FRACK YOU! Preview

FRACK YOU! is a comedy - yes, a comedy - about fracking.

Call the Midwife

Season 1 | Episode 6 Preview

Re-airs Sunday, March 17, 2013 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT. Check your local listings.

0:30

Lark Rise to Candleford

Series 3 Episode 1

The Timmins family receives some exciting news.

59:06

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Food

The Great British Baking Show

Episode 5 Preview: Pies & Tarts

Almost half-way through the baking competition, the remaining bakers face pies and tarts.

0:30

America's Heartland

604

The secret to Tabasco's success, the story behind spaghetti, building a better tomato.

26:46

Baking With Julia

Bagels with Lauren Groveman

Chef Lauren Groveman shows how to make soft, chewy bagels at home.

24:06

Food Forward

Modern Milk

American dairy is undergoing a renaissance.

24:40

Martha Bakes

French Classics

Learn how to make macarons, a Paris-Brest, madeleines, and an elegant Breton butter cake.

2:33

BBQ with Franklin

BBQ DIY: The Wood

What types of wood work best for which types of meats?

4:55

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History

Almanac Gardener

Mowing Your Lawn the Right Way

Mike Gray and his guests discuss the proper way to mow lawns.

26:46

The Tenth Inning

The Tenth Inning: Preview

Ken Burns's THE TENTH INNING premieres Sept. 28-29 on PBS

0:32

TPT Documentaries

Never Stop Singing

Minnesota is renowned for its outstanding choral music at all levels.

56:40

Biographical Conversations With...

William Friday: Early Years

William Friday discusses growing up in the small Gaston County town of Dallas, NC.

57:46

Wisconsin War Stories

Veterans Coming Home: David

OIF veteran and veterans counselor David describes the struggle of coming home.

4:12

WPT Documentaries

Wisconsin Then

Stories about Wisconsin's history researched and written by grade school students.

44:15

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Home & How to

Sewing With Nancy

A Modern Quilting Bee

Join Nancy at the Quilt Expo in Madison, WI, for a modern gathering of all things quilting

26:46

Antiques Roadshow

Austin, Hour 1

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW marks its 10th trip to Texas with a stop in Austin.

53:10

Volunteer Gardener

Volunteer Gardener 2408

Amaranth trials, direct sowing of ornamental beds, year-round raised bed gardening

27:16

Making It Grow

July 23, 2013

The Feature segment is floating wetlands.

55:00

Making It Grow

April 24, 2012

The featured segment this week is from Marvin's Meats in Hollywood, SC.

56:46

Making It Grow

November 22, 2011

The featured segment this week is from the Farmers Market in Columbia, SC.

56:46

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Indie Films

Film School Shorts

Little Favour - Film School Shorts

In this delightful animation, a single leaf morphs from clay to pencil to paper.

1:34

Independent Lens

Find the Unexpected on Monday Nights

Tune in Monday nights to PBS for Antiques Roadshow, Market Warriors, and Independent Lens.

0:29

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News & Public Affairs

The Big Picture

Biomass

The Big Picture looks in-depth at biomass

26:46

One to One

Jonathan Miller

Jonathan Miller talks about his new website,TheRecoveringPolitician.com.

28:02

Greater Boston

September 16, 2015

Black Mass Premiere, Body Cameras & Cricket

28:30

KPBS Evening Edition

Thursday, Jan. 8, 2015

How to prevent infectious diseases like the flu, measles and whooping cough.

26:27

Colorado State of Mind

K-12 Education Windfall?

Cindy Stevenson, Superintendant of JeffCo Schools talks about financing for K-12 schools.

27:42

Greater Boston

May 5, 2015

Marathon Bombing Trial, One-on-One with Marty Meehan, Former Officers Charged

28:30

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Science and Nature

Why did you become a scientist?

Tameka Huff

Computer Science Researcher & Developer, Sandia National Laboratories

1:00

Nature

The Dragon Chronicles

Ancient maps and legends tell of dragons in our world. Where did these stories come from?

50:07

Nature

Birds of the Gods

Deep in New Guinea live spectacular birds that exist nowhere else.

0:31

Life on Fire

Life on Fire - Series Preview

A never-before-seen look at volcanoes and their effect on the environment.

2:04

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