We note the passing of the iconic Louisiana Chef Paul Prudhomme who died today. Chef Prudhomme hosted several PBS cooking shows, such as "Chef Paul Prudhomme's Always Cooking!" He achieved fame as the executive chef of Commander's Palace, a legendary New Orleans restaurant, before opening K-Paul's in 1979 in the French Quarter. Do you have any memories of him or his shows? -- leave them in the comments.
On Monday’s episode of I’ll Have What Phil’s Having, Phil Rosenthal gets his hot chocolate fix, learns the French lawn game Pétanque, and goes in search of the best roast chicken in Paris. See it Monday night at 10/9c.
Mary Tyler Moore influenced a generation of women to become independent and pursue fulfilling careers. Her new documentary, ‘Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration’ premieres Tuesday, Oct. 13 at 8/7c on PBS. Don’t miss it!
Councilmembers in the District of Columbia introduced the Universal Paid Leave Act of 2015 on Tuesday, which could make the nation’s capital the first city to offer paid family and medical leave for nearly all its residents.
Scientific American magazine calls THE BRAIN WITH DAVID EAGLEMAN "a lively 6-hour exploration of what has been called the most complex object in the known universe.” Watch the series premiere Wednesday, October 14 at 10/9c on PBS.
THE BRAIN WITH DAVID EAGLEMAN, hosted by David Eagleman, neuroscientist, reveals the true story of how our brains create the rich and beautiful world around us. Watch the premiere of the 6-part series next Wednesday, 10/14 at 10/9c on PBS.
What makes the song "Over the Rainbow" an indelible classic? Jeffrey Brown talks to composer and musician Rob Kapilow, who helps explain why we love the story of a girl caught yearning for both home and adventure.
Tonight on Think Wednesday, on PBS: Watch the unique story of flightless birds on Nature | PBS's "Big Birds Can't Fly." Then, witness a new investigation of the Biblical flood story, leading to the reconstruction of an ark. on NOVA's Secrets of Noah's Ark. Starts tonight at 8/7c.