Hugh Bonneville discusses how Shakespeare uses poetic forms to direct A Midsummer Night’s Dreams actors from the page. Be sure to watch the back-to-back Series 2 premiere of Shakespeare Uncovered this Friday. #shakespearepbs
The United States and Papua New Guinea are the only countries in the world that do not provide any paid time off for new mothers. Why haven’t maternity leave laws kept pace with the increase of working parents? Economics correspondent Paul Solman explores the debate on whether time off for new paren…
A Path Appears, a four-hour documentary series, goes to locations throughout the United States, plus Colombia, Haiti, and Kenya, to uncover the harshest forms of oppression and human rights violations, as well as solutions being implemented to combat them.
Artificial light makes the modern world possible. But not all kinds of light are good for us. Electric light has fundamentally altered our lives, our bodies and the very nature of our sleep. Discover how electric light changed the night in this new Deep Look video from KQED and PBS Digital Studios.
Alexis Simendinger of RealClearPolitics and Ed O'Keefe of The Washington Post will have analysis of President Obama's State of the Union address and how his 2015 legislative priorities may be aimed at driving the debate in the 2016 election.
Michael Crowley of POLITICO will report on the Obama administration's vow to continue a foreign policy that combines "military power with strong diplomacy” while addressing a number of international threats involving ISIS militants, Iran's nuclear ambitions and al Qaeda-led violence in Yemen.
John Dickerson of Slate Magazine and CBS News will have a live report from the Iowa Freedom Summit and explain why this is the first test for the crowded GOP field of 2016 presidential hopefuls.