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Arts and Music

WEDU Arts Plus

Episode 418

The Listening Room, Dance Institute, Dangerdust, Adam Kuby

27:17

NC Weekend

April 18, 2013

We preview MerleFest, tour Grifton and Liberty and try Belgian waffles in Charlotte.

26:46

Arts and Culture Shorts

Tomas G Black

Tomas Black graduated from Alfred University in 2009 with a BFA in ceramics.

3:30

Hardly Sound

Jazz Mills Preview

On the final episode of Season 3 of Hardly Sound, the viewer steps into the shoes of Ja...

0:30

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Culture

Making It Here

Season 7, Episode 5

Visit Sheffield Pottery, naturalist John Green, & tour the Northampton Senior Center

28:59

America Reframed

Radio Unnameable | Promo

Radio Unnameable is the story of DJ Bob Fass who revolutionized late night FM radio.

0:30

Around the Corner with John McGivern

Door County 213

Fall visit to the quiet part of Door County. From Sister Bay, to Ellison Bay.

29:15

DPTV Arts & Culture

MetroArts Detroit 407

We explore African dance, acting and vocal impressions, and classical music. Ep 407.

26:48

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Drama

Masterpiece

MASTERPIECE Season Preview

Get your first look at upcoming 2015 MASTERPIECE shows.

6:29

Masterpiece

Breathless Preview

Breathless, starring Jack Davenport, premieres Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014, 9pm ET on PBS.

0:30

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Food

ChefSteps

Carotene Butter

Carotene butter tastes more like a carrot than a carrot, and more like butter than butter.

1:27

America's Heartland

607

South Dakota wheat,Chef Dave Lieberman,oils,Ag Expo,potatoes,equine retirement.

Martha Bakes

Yellow Cake

A simple recipe for yellow cake becomes the foundation for extraordinary desserts.

1:02

Martha Stewart's Cooking School

Vegetables

Martha blanches, steams and roasts vegetables.

1:23

ChefSteps

Endive Salad

Crisp endive coated in creamy dressing with rich pork belly and crunchy bread crumbs.

Check, Please! Arizona

Check, Please! Arizona #301

Features 3 guests who dine & then review 3 local restaurants they recommend to each other.

26:45

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History

Genealogy Roadshow

Austin - Preview

Premieres Monday, October 14, 2013 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT. Check your local listings.

0:30

Secrets of the Dead

Escape from Auschwitz

Two Auschwitz prisoners were determined to expose the horrors of the Nazi genocide

53:50

Black Issues Forum

Dr. Ada M. Fisher

Dr. Ada Fisher of the NCGOP discusses her book "Common Sense Conservative Prescriptions."

26:45

American Masters

Pearl Jam Twenty

Cameron Crowe's intimate new film creates a definitive portrait of the seminal band

3:00

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

In the Garden

Fantastic Foliage

Big, bold and breath-taking. How to use fantastic foliage plants to liven up the garden.

26:04

Market Warriors

Antiquing in New York, NY

Join the pickers on their search for ephemera in New York City's Antiques Garage.

53:00

Sewing With Nancy

Change Up Patchwork Part Two

Make the Square Within Square quilt block; vary the fabric sizes for creative options.

26:48

In the Garden

Flower Power Bee Pollinator

Bryce visits NC State Associate Professor and bee expert...

27:09

The Woodwright's Shop

Promo: Early Iron with Peter Ross

How to forge iron hinges and locks from the earliest days of the American experience.

0:30

The Woodwright's Shop

I Hurt My Back

I Hurt My Back

4:04

Antiques Roadshow

Tonight at 9/8C: Atlanta Hr 1

Sebastian Clarke appraises an enamel egg that turns out to be "Fauxberge" not Faberge.

3:29

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Indie Films

PBS Indies

Wood

Follow the journey of timber from the forest to the sawmill.

22:17

FutureStates

Remigration

FUTURESTATES | Remigration | Episode

19:23

Film School Shorts

Priceless Things - Film School Shorts

When jewelry goes missing in a salon, an engaged couple suspect the immigrant employees.

11:05

DPTV Documentaries

Fighting the Bat Plague

A new approach to controlling White-Nose Syndrome.

5:24

POV

Rate It X - Trailer

A bitingly funny and disarming journey through the landscape of American sexism.

1:30

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News & Public Affairs

Ask the Doctors

1411 Eyes & Vision

Ophthalmologists Mark Ulrickson and John Kublin answer viewer questions on eyes & vision.

56:58

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Science and Nature

My Type 2

Minnie Goes for a Check-Up

Minnie heads to the hospital for her regular diabetes check-up.

2:57

EARTH A New Wild

Dr. M. Sanjayan Discusses the Wild

Dr. M. Sanjayan takes viewers on a stunning visual journey in EARTH A New Wild. Airs 2/4.

5:00

Outdoor Idaho

Boat Builders

Traces the history, care and restoration of wooden boats in Idaho.

26:47

Why did you become a scientist?

Dr. Van Romero

Dr. Van Romero, New Mexico Tech

1:01

Changing Seas

Reefs of Rangiroa

Scientists are on a six year mission to study remote coral reefs around the world.

26:44

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