The state's once internationally-recognized Arts-In-Prisons system is making a comeback following budget cuts. In the first of three stories, KQED Arts visits a fine art class at Soledad Prison to find out how the program is changing lives
The season finale of GENEALOGY ROADSHOW is upon us! Find out the answer to a question about one woman’s past, which could lead to an inheritance worth millions. Tune in Tuesday, June 28 at 8/7c to see what our genealogists discover. http://www.pbs.org/genealogy-roadshow/home/ #GenealogyPBS
Well-respected members of the Republican Party's professional class say they can't look past their deep personal and professional reservations about the presumptive presidential nominee (From PBS NewsHour)
In the name of fighting communism, hundreds of thousands of Indonesians were killed in the 1965 genocide. What happens to those who survived that atrocity? Silenced by terror, a son risks his life to demand responsibility for the lives shattered in The Look of Silence, airing Monday at 10/9c on POV.
In the name of fighting communism, hundreds of thousands of Indonesians were killed in the 1965 genocide. What happens to those who survived that atrocity? Silenced by terror, a son risks his life to demand responsibility for the lives shattered in The Look of Silence.
A new TV series and documentary generated renewed interest in the O.J. Simpson trial. In this week's #BriefButSpectacular, writer David McMillan -- who wrote a play based on the response to the verdict -- explains why the outcome still matters 20 years later. Learn more: http://to.pbs.org/28QfJ29
Watch as ancient Greeks strive for excellence, strife proves to be an inescapable certainty—and it’s not long before the rising civilization and all that it promises will face its gravest tests. The second episode of the three-part miniseries THE GREEKS premieres June 28 at 9/8c. www.pbs.org/thegreeks #TheGreeksPBS
Meet Joe Kwon, the high-energy cellist for the North Carolina-grown, American folk rock band, The Avett Brothers.
Joe invited the My Home, NC crew over for a dinner party where his mom and aunt help him prepare Korean soul food.
For giant manta rays in the Indo-Pacific, home means a surprisingly small spot in the ocean. Sometimes called ‘pandas of the sea’, these gregarious, toothless, and more than 4,000-pound sea creatures call warm saltwaters across the globe home. Until this week, most experts also thought that, much li...
June 24, 2016 at 2:00 pm
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