What did it take to become a superpower in the middle ages? Henry Louis Gates, Jr. uncovers how trade transformed ancient cities in north & west Africa in #AfricasCivilizationsPBS, premiering Monday Feb 27 at 9/8c on PBS. http://to.pbs.org/2lxrCLZ
“It’s very much a prevalent fear in those days…” #VictoriaPBS’s Jenna Coleman talks about pregnancy and childbirth in the Victorian era. MASTERPIECE | PBS will return Sunday, March 5 for the season finale: http://to.pbs.org/2j94kxR
Explore the National Parks in 360 degrees and hear documentarian Ken Burns contemplate America without them: “Once you lose a place, it’s lost forever. Once you save a place, it is — like freedom, like liberty — a constant vigilance to maintain it. And that’s the story of the National Parks.”
When President Donald Trump signed an executive order last month suspending the U.S. refugee program in order to implement more “extreme vetting,” PBS NewsHour viewers asked us what the current vetting process is.
With a child on the way, Queen Victoria must make a difficult choice. Catch up on #VictoriaPBS from MASTERPIECE | PBS - the latest full episode is now available for free streaming. http://to.pbs.org/2lEveQk
With a child on the way, Victoria must choose a regent in case she dies during childbirth. The Tory party disputes her choice, but she and Albert turn the tables with the aid of the latest in 19th-century technology.
Antiques Roadshow l PBS is all-new from Palm Springs tonight at 8/7c. Watch this sneak preview of a 1976 Domingo Ulloa oil painting appraisal and then let us know which would you buy first—the eggs or the painting?
Been meaning to brush up on your presidential history? Today's the day! Several of our presidential documentaries are streaming free along with hundreds of primary source documents, photo galleries, interviews and more at pbs.org/presidents.
What happens to Gitmo detainees, who were once deemed terrorists, after their release? FRONTLINE and NPR follow one man’s story in “Out of Gitmo.” Watch on PBS or online, Tues at 10/9c. http://to.pbs.org/2m4UED5