GOING AWAY SEPTEMBER 28: A reminder: you can binge watch the *entire* THE ROOSEVELTS series from Ken Burns (PBS) -- but only until Sept. 28th -- on your local PBS station's website, on the Roku Player, Apple TV and at http://to.pbs.org/rooseveltsonline #RooseveltsPBS
Antiques Roadshow is back and all new tonight at 8/7c with Knoxville, Hour 1. Join the Fall Premiere celebration with @RoadshowPBS on Twitter at 8pm EST as they live tweet the episode with appraiser Ken Gloss (@brattlebookshop) and executive producer Marsha Bemko (@MarshaBemkoEP) using #AntiquesRoadshow. Are you excited for new ROADSHOW?
As the last of the baby boomers turn 50 this year, PBS will air a documentary series celebrating this exuberant generation, The Boomer List.The series, which premieres Sept. 23, interviews 19 famous baby boomers—one born in each year from 1946 to 1964—to explore the history, pop culture, and cultura…
The Baby Boomers are the influential generation born between 1946 and 1964 that make up nearly a quarter of the U.S. population and have significantly changed our world. The #BoomerList premieres tomorrow/Tuesday at 9/8c on American Masters:
Iconic baby boomers whose lives, careers and dreams for the future capture the zeitgeist of a generation are the subject of American Masters: The Boomer List by filmmaker/photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders.
From the breathtaking top of Mauna Kea, Hawaii to the disturbing sewers of San Francisco, host Steven Johnson reveals his most memorable moments from shooting his 6-part series. HOW WE GOT TO NOW WITH STEVEN JOHNSON premieres with back-to-back episodes October 15 @ 9/8c on PBS
Steve Wozniak, co-founder, Apple Computer, recalls when a computer cost as much as a house. He then set out to build a computer he could afford, and in doing so, paved the way millions of others to afford one, too. This outtake is from American Masters "The Boomer List" premiering tomorrow/Tuesday at 9/8c.
Hundred of thousands of people marched Sunday in New York and in other cities around the world demanding that world leaders do more to halt climate change. For more, Katherine Bagley, a reporter with InsideClimate News, joins Hari Sreenivasan in New York. Continue reading →
When an iconic geological landmark outside Moab, Utah, became the site of an extreme rope-swing, it captured the attention of the Bureau of Land Management. Officials are proposing a ban on rope sport activities at Corona Arch to evaluate the impact on the rocks and on others who might use the land.…
Don't miss your chance to chat live with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. TODAY (Sunday) at 4 p.m. ET. Click here to join: https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/572lg (You'll even get a sneak peek of #FindingYourRoots Season 2)