Saturday, March 10, 2012

Independent Lens | Appreciating the Animal That Symbolizes the American West

Watch an excerpt from the Independent Lens film, Facing the Storm, in which the American Bison is described as a window looking out onto a vanished world and a living symbol of the American West.

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PBS NewsHour | The Doubleheader: On Hawaii, March Madness and POTUS Sports

Christina filled in for Hari for the Doubleheader with columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks, and surprise, surprise, they disagree about the New York Mets. Also: predictions of the outcome of the much coveted political assignment covering the Hawaii Republican caucuses on Tuesday and whether President Obama chooses North Carolina teams for his Final Four because it's a swing state.

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PBS NewsHour | Friday, March 9, 2012

Tonight on the program, we examine the newly released jobs report and what the numbers show about the unemployment rate in the United States. Also: remembering Fukushima one year after the disastrous earthquake, Mark Shields and David Brooks talk the week's political news, Need to Know showcases what to know about taxes, and talking to one of the few Americans inside the Fukushima plant last year.

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PBS NewsHour | Fukushima Survivor: 'I've Hardly Smiled This Whole Year'

Carl Pillitteri was one of 38 Americans at the Fukushima plant when the earthquake hit. Describing the "demonic" sounds he heard and the pit of fear he felt inside the turbine building that day, Pillteri recently spoke with Alex Chadwick, the host of the new American Public Media series "BURN: An Energy Journal."

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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Greece Secures Record Debt Writedown

In other news Friday, Greece's government said nearly 84 percent of its private-sector creditors agreed to accept new Greek bonds worth less than half the old ones, making it the biggest debt writedown in history. In Syria, activists reported that at least 54 people were killed in nationwide violence.

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PBS NewsHour | Fukushima Survivor: I Want 'To Breathe Freely Again'

Nuclear technician Carl Pillitteri was one of 38 Americans at the Fukushima nuclear power plant when an earthquake and tsunami struck Japan's eastern coast and triggered a radiation leak at the reactor. It's taken Pillitteri a full year to be able to talk publicly about what he saw at Fukushima.

PBS NewsHour | Fukushima Survivor: I Want
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PBS NewsHour | Jobs Report Shows Momentum, but Unevenness Seen in Recovery

New jobs numbers released Friday showed more than 142 million Americans at work in February, the most since January 2009, but the unemployment rate stayed put at 8.3 percent. Ray Suarez discusses the latest numbers and general trends in hiring with Brandeis University's Lisa Lynch and Mesirow Financial's Diane Swonk.

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Washington Week | Webcast Extra - March 9, 2012

On the Webcast Extra: As the GOP presidential candidates slug through more primary contests, a new television movie, "Game Change," provides voters with a chance to look back at the 2008 presidential race. It and other political films take viewers inside the boiler room environment of electoral campaigns. Also, how the Rush Limbaugh contraception issue has affected Democrats and Republicans.

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PBS NewsHour | Shields, Brooks on Jobs Report, Romney Lacking Appeal

Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks discuss the week's top political news including the state of play among the Republican president candidates, efforts to woo female voters, Mitt Romney's style of campaigning and President Obama's record on jobs.

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Need to Know | Fri., March 9, 2012

How do we make our tax code simpler and fairer? And how do we produce more revenue without stifling job creation? Ray Suarez hosts a panel of tax experts who debate how to fix the tax mess.

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Independent Lens | For a Circus Family, Life is a Balancing Act

In this scene from the Independent Lens documentary, CIrco, Tino and Ivonne Ponce struggle with the challenges of raising a family of their own while running a touring circus in Mexico started by Tino's parents.

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Friday, March 9, 2012

FRONTLINE | Ernie Lopez Arrives Home

After almost a decade behind bars, Ernie Lopez arrives at his home in Texas. He briefly celebrates missed holidays before breaking down remembering Isis Vas, the 6-month-old who died in his care. Lopez's conviction of sexually assaulting Vas was recently thrown out by a Texas court. Joint reporting from FRONTLINE, ProPublica and NPR raised questions about the evidence used against him.

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Post-Super Tuesday Analysis

"Rick Santorum is a very particular kind of Catholic...A lot of Catholics don't see themselves in him, and a lot of people actually don't even know that he's Catholic. Most people assume he's an evangelical," says Kevin Eckstrom, editor-in-chief of Religion News Service.

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American Masters | Allan Gurganus on To Kill a Mockingbird

Allan Gurganus, author of Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All and The Practical Heart, discusses the ways that Harper Lee's novel To Kill a Mockingbird influenced him as an adolescent. The novelist's ability to distill national issues into a local, familiar setting, he says, made him excited about literature. Harper Lee: Hey Boo airs Monday April 2nd at 10 p.m. (check local listings).

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PBS NewsHour | After Tornado, Henryville Focuses on Recovery and Restoring Power

The town of Henryville, Indiana - 20 miles north of Louisville - was especially hard hit after F4 winds estimated at 175-miles-an-hour devastated the area last Friday. Now, 1 week later, the focus is on clean up, recovery and restoring power. Diane Willis of partner station WFYI Indianapolis reports.

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Independent Lens | The Everyday Enchantment of Circus Children

During some downtime during the Ponce Family Circus's tour of the Mexican countryside, the children explore a nearby campground and palatial estate in this excerpt from the documentary, Circo.

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To The Contrary | March 9, 2012

A rundown of the issues impacting women's health care and reproductive rights, including one state lawmaker who is fighting back; as the world celebrates International Women's Day, we examine where women in the U.S. stand in relation to other countries; Female King Peggielene Bartels empowers her town in Ghana.

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American Masters | Wally Lamb on To Kill a Mockingbird

Wally Lamb, author of the critically acclaimed She's Come Undone and I Know This Much Is True and former Director of Creative Writing at University of Connecticut, discusses Scout's universally sympathetic voice and the ways in which To Kill a Mockingbird and all literature can act as an agent of change. Harper Lee: Hey Boo airs Monday April 2nd at 10 p.m. (check local listings).

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Independent Lens | Meet the Ponce Family Circus!

For generations the Ponce family has run one of Mexico's traditional family circuses. Ringmaster Tino struggles to keep the family business alive as life on the road and mounting debts threaten to pull his marriage apart.

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To The Contrary | TTC Extra: Gender Gap in Voting Widens

The gap between women and men at the polls widens as more women vote Democrat and more men vote Republican.

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Great Performances | Satyagraha

Philip Glass's inspirational opera Satyagraha (Sanskrit for "truth force"), in the first revival of Phelim McDermott and Julian Crouch's innovative 2008 production, airs on Great Performances at the Met Sunday, March 25 at 12 p.m. on PBS (check local listings). In New York, THIRTEEN will premiere the program Thursday, March 22 at 8:30 p.m. with an encore presentation Sunday, March 25 at 12:30 p.m.

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PBS NewsHour | Poet Eavan Boland Reads 'Quarantine'

Irish poet Eavan Boland reads "Quarantine."

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PBS NewsHour | Conversation: Poet Eavan Boland

Jeffrey Brown talks to Irish poet Eavan Boland about her work.

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Sound Tracks | Quick Hits: Levon Helm Performs "Ophelia"

Levon Helm - drummer and lead singer for The Band - presides over what he calls "midnight rambles" - concerts in his Woodstock, N.Y. barn, where he's surrounded by musical friends and family, including his daughter, singer Amy Helm. His voice may be raspy, but his energetic drumming and high-beam smile can warm the coldest winter night. Part of the Sound Tracks: Quick Hits series by PBS Arts.

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Live From Lincoln Center | Promo - Renee Fleming @ The Penthouse

Renee Fleming combines her musical worlds in an evening featuring Samuel Barber's "Knoxville: Summer of 1915", "A Letter From Sullivan Ballou" by John Kander, a selection of Broadway melodies, and indie rock from her 2010 release "Dark Hope". Josh Groban and Orpheus Chamber Orchestra lend their brilliance to the concert. Friday, April 6 at 9:00 P.M. on PBS - check your local listings!

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Flicks | Paul Dano for "Being Flynn"

Paul Dano--the young costar with Robert De Niro in "Being Flynn" talks with Patrick Stoner about the concept that all of us aren't that far removed from the homeless.

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Sound Tracks | Quick Hits: Levon Helm Performs "The Weight"

Levon Helm - drummer and lead singer for The Band - presides over what he calls "midnight rambles" - concerts in his Woodstock, N.Y. barn, where he's surrounded by musical friends and family, including his daughter, singer Amy Helm. His voice may be raspy, but his energetic drumming and high-beam smile can warm the coldest winter night. The latest installment the Quick Hits series by PBS Arts.

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Independent Lens | Is There Room for the American Bison in America Anymore?

The bison is an enduring symbol of America, and yet it stands on the brink of collapse. Cattle ranching, urban sprawl, and sport hunting has squeezed the beast from the Great Plains it once dominated. Is there room for the American bison in America anymore?

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The Open Mind | Free Speech: Fair Press

Editor and publisher of The American Lawyer, Steven Brill discusses American media and free speech.

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Nature | What Males Will Do - Preview

Discover what makes winners and losers in the animal dating game. 3/14/2012

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PBS NewsHour | In Uganda, Former Child Soldiers Struggle to Heal

A rehabilitation center in Gulu, Uganda, provides a haven for former child soldiers abducted into the "Lord's Resistance Army." Tom Bearden reports.

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Tavis Smiley | Emmy-winning writer-producer David E. Kelley

The prolific writer-producer and creator of Harry's Law discusses why so many TV viewers loathe lawyers, yet love legal dramas.

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PBS NewsHour | Oregon Farmers Surprised to Find Fish in Fields

Researchers in Oregon's Willamette Valley found young native fish thriving in ditches that fill with water during the winter months. The unrecognized habitat meant farmers had been inadvertently raising fish in their fields, in addition to their intended crops, for years. This report first appeared on Oregon Public Broadcasting.

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PBS NewsHour | Activist: Amid Torture, Syrians OK With Risks of No-Fly Zone

Syria's deputy oil minister appeared to defect from President Assad's regime in an online video Thursday, calling the opposition "the voice of righteousness." Ray Suarez, Syrian activist Danny Abdul Dayem and the International Crisis Group's Robert Malley discuss the hurdles of bringing aid to the country's rebels and civilians.

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PBS NewsHour | 'Kony 2012': Viral Video's Message, Backlash Examined

The "Stop Kony" campaign that's gone viral in recent days aims to spotlight the atrocities of warlord Joseph Kony in Uganda. Margaret Warner discusses the nonprofit Invisible Children's popular "Kony 2012" video and the ensuing criticism of it with the Institute for Policy Studies' Emira Woods and Porter Novelli's Dawn Arteaga.

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PBS NewsHour | 'Kony 2012': Viral Video's Message, Backlash Examined

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: World Powers Stress Diplomacy in Iran

In other news Thursday, the U.S., China, Russia, France, Britain and Germany urged Iran to let U.N. inspectors into its nuclear sites as promised, stressing that diplomacy was crucial to resolving tensions. Also, a large number of private investors agreed to help Greece slash $140 billion from its debt.

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Need to Know | Cleaning Up The Tax Mess

How do we make our tax code simpler and fairer? And how do we produce more revenue without stifling job creation? This week, Need to Know's Ray Suarez hosts a panel of tax experts who debate how to fix the tax mess.

Need to Know | Cleaning Up The Tax Mess
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PBS NewsHour | How Republicans, Democrats Are Vying to Win Women's Votes

Amid a flurry of recent news on women's issues, Democrats are working to capitalize on debates over a birth-control mandate and a proposed Virginia ultrasound requirement for abortions. Judy Woodruff discusses parties' attempts to woo women voters with The Washington Post's Ruth Marcus and Republican strategist Cheri Jacobus.

PBS NewsHour | How Republicans, Democrats Are Vying to Win Women
PBS NewsHour | How Republicans, Democrats Are Vying to Win Women's Votes

FutureStates | Nothing Is Inevitable Except the Future

This April, FUTURESTATES returns with 7 surreal visions of tomorrow's America from the cutting edge indie filmmakers of today. FUTURESTATES is a series of fictional mini-features exploring possible future scenarios through the lens of today's global realities.

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PBS NewsHour | Thursday, March 8, 2012

On tonight's program, we examine the state of Syria as another government official defects. We talk to an activist for more insight on the defection as well as the no-fly zone. Also: getting women's votes for the election, analyzing the controversial viral video about Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony, farmers finding fish in their fields, and Libyan rebels transitioning back to normalcy post-Gadhafi.

PBS NewsHour | Thursday, March 8, 2012
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PBS NewsHour | Syrian Deputy Minister Joins Opposition

Visiting Damascus on Wednesday, U.N. humanitarian official Valerie Amos said she was concerned for the Syrian people who once lived in the Baba Amr section of Homs, noting "significant" devastation. Ray Suarez reports on defections from Syria's regime as it continues its bid to repress the uprising.

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PBS NewsHour | Libyan Rebels Struggle for Normalcy After Revolution

Many Libyan rebels who took to the streets to oust Moammar Gadhafi are now struggling to return to normalcy. GlobalPost correspondent Tracey Shelton reports.

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Independent Lens | Remembering Big Medicine

In 1933, a white buffalo was born on the National Bison Range in Montana. He was named "Big Medicine" by the Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Valley. White buffalo are sacred to many Native American tribes. In the companion video to the documentary "Facing the Storm," we see a special ceremony held in 2006 commemorating this earlier appearance.

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Antiques Roadshow | June 6th, 2012 -- ROADSHOW Comes to Boston, MA!

Executive producer Marsha Bemko talks about this summer's appraisal event in Boston, and how you can get involved!

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Thursday, March 8, 2012

PBS Presents | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood | Visiting the Doctor

Ease your child's fears about going to the doctor with help from Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood.

PBS Presents | Daniel Tiger
PBS Presents | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood | Visiting the Doctor

Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Desert Monastery in Syria

"I feel the voice of God echoing from the mountains all over this place," says a Syrian Christian pilgrim visiting Deir Mar Musa, an ancient desert monastery in Syria reestablished by Jesuit priest Paolo Dall'Oglio.

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More than romantic showtunes, ...

More than romantic showtunes, OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN wrote great lyrics for The Sound of Music, Oklahoma!, South Pacific. Sing along tonite at 8 p.