Go behind the scenes of the tearjerker Mr. Selfridge finale for insights into key scenes and performances in exclusive conversations with Mr. Selfridge star Jeremy Piven and Executive Producer Kate Lewis.
From Veterans Coming Home: U.S. Army veteran and comedian Dion Flynn is best known for his role as Barack Obama on the “Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon,” and he spoke with us about how he finds humor in the middle of something that’s otherwise tragic.
"The debate has reached a fever pitch in this country, pitting doctors and patients against well-intentioned social crusaders who see a problem and want to fix it. But there’s another side to this. The stories you rarely hear about are ones like mine.” (From Next Avenue)
World Turtle Day helps you get to know them and learn how we can help turtles and tortoises thrive. Learn how biologists in zoos across the San Francisco Bay Area are helping western pond turtles. (via KQED Science's DEEP LOOK) #WorldTurtleDay
Hari Sreenivasan is joined LIVE by NewsHour correspondent Malcolm Brabant to discuss his experiences reporting on the refugee and migrant crisis for the Peabody award-winning series #DesperateJourney.
See the full Desperate Journey series: http://to.pbs.org/22sBfd8
First comes a surge of endorphins into your bloodstream, which increases acuity and fuels you with feelings of euphoria. Then there’s the flood of magnesium, which relaxes your muscles and de-tenses your body.
Appearing for one last time on the MASTERPIECE Studio podcast, actor Kenneth Branagh discusses all of the most memorable moments from the final episode of Wallander, and dishes on his last days as the brooding detective. Find this episode on iTunes, Stitcher, and the MASTERPIECE website (or by clicking below). #WallanderPBS
After it was unanimously passed with 380 votes, President Barack Obama signed bill H.R. 4238 on Friday, which amends two federal acts from the '70s that define “minorities” with terms that are now insensitive or outdated (From PBS NewsHour)
After it was unanimously passed with 380 votes, President Barack Obama signed bill H.R. 4238 on Friday, which amends two federal acts from the '70s that define “minorities” with terms that are now insensitive or outdated.
More than 12,000 residents from a former textile mill town in North Carolina are donating their blood and urine samples to a research campus. Scientists hope to use these specimens to find cures for diseases. But there are ethical concerns around what donors have given away and what, if anything, th...
Here is The Good Stuff's look at Dorthea Dix and Clara Barton, a pioneering nurse who opened up nursing to women in the Civil War and who later founded the American Red Cross. The Good Stuff's project Time Capsule was a series in partnership with PBS LearningMedia.
For a closer look at the lasting impact of other women in the Civil War, check out the full video here-> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEit4pLLVyA
Bob Boilen is known for being the host and creator of NPR’s popular “All Songs Considered” podcast. But Boilen is also a former musician -- his band was the first ever act to play D.C.’s famous 9:30 Club. Boilen’s new book, “Your Song Changed My Life,” recounts the history of modern music through th...
May 21, 2016 at 9:00 pm
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