Saturday, March 24, 2012

Washington Week | March 23, 2012

After the controversial killing of teenager Trayvon Martin, in Florida, national attention focuses on "Stand Your Ground" laws & the local police department. Plus, Mitt Romney wins Illinois but still faces criticism from conservatives. Also, a look at the GOP budget. Joining Gwen: Pierre Thomas, ABC News; Dan Balz, Washington Post; Sam Youngman, Reuters; Naftali Bendavid, Wall Street Journal.

Washington Week | March 23, 2012
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Austin City Limits | Coldplay

Modern rock giants Coldplay highlight tunes from their newest LP Mylo Xyloto.

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Rabbi Shmuley Boteach Extended Interview

Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, author of "Kosher Jesus," says "Jesus was not coming to innovate and start a new religion. He was coming to reinforce the Torah." Watch more of our interview with him about the Jewishness of Jesus.

Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Rabbi Shmuley Boteach Extended Interview
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The Open Mind | The Businessmen's Crusade Against The New Deal

New York University historian Kim Phillips-Fein discusses the Roosevelt counter-revolution.

The Open Mind | The Businessmen
The Open Mind | The Businessmen's Crusade Against The New Deal

Independent Lens | Ethnic Studies Empower One Tucson Teen

Tucson ethnic studies student, Mariah Harvey, describes how Mexican American Studies classes at Tucson High School enriched both her understanding of racial difference in her community as well as her own sense of self-identity as a biracial LGBT teen in this companion video the Independent Lens documentary, Precious Knowledge.

Independent Lens | Ethnic Studies Empower One Tucson Teen
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PBS NewsHour | On Sgt. Bales' 17 Counts, 'Prosecution Has its Challenges'

Staff Sgt. Robert Bales faces 17 counts in connection with the Afghan killings. Jeffrey Brown, Eugene Fidell of the National Institute of Military Justice and Lt. Col. Gary Solis discuss the difficulties defense and prosecution are about to endure in a military trial with a defendant who could face the death penalty.

PBS NewsHour | On Sgt. Bales
PBS NewsHour | On Sgt. Bales' 17 Counts, 'Prosecution Has its Challenges'

PBS NewsHour | 'The Hunger Games' Phenomenon

When the clock struck midnight early Friday, fans of the wildly anticipated movie "The Hunger Games," based on the young-adult series by Suzanne Collins, cheered as they flooded more than 2,000 screenings across the country. Jeffrey Brown discusses the movie's appeal and buzz with The Atlantic's Jen Doll.

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Washington Week | Webcast Extra - March 23, 2012

On the Webcast Extra: GOP Budget Chairman Paul Ryan released his budget blueprint and both Republicans and Democrats see benefits in it. Also, are tensions mounting between the Romney and Santorum campaigns as the primary continues? Plus, how members of the African American community responded to the death of Trayvon Martin.

Washington Week | Webcast Extra - March 23, 2012
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Independent Lens | An Arizona Education Superintendent Makes the Case Against Ethnic Studies

In this excerpt from the Independent Lens documentary, Precious Knowledge, Arizona State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Tom Horne, holds a press conference calling for the end of the Mexican American Studies Program. He believes ethnic studies emphasize ethnic solidarity, rather than assimilation with American ideas, and should be abolished.

Independent Lens | An Arizona Education Superintendent Makes the Case Against Ethnic Studies
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Amy-Jill Levine Extended Interview

We all choose how to read religious texts, says Vanderbilt Divinity School New Testament and Jewish studies professor Amy-Jill Levine, co-editor of "The Jewish Annotated New Testament." Watch more of our interview with her about the Jewish story of the New Testament.

Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Amy-Jill Levine Extended Interview
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PBS NewsHour | New Rules Ease Limits, Expand Intelligence Access to Data

New counterterrorism guidelines now allow the National Counterterrorism Center to keep and analyze information gathered about Americans or U.S. residents for much longer, according to a statement released Thursday. Margaret Warner discusses expanded intelligence access with analyst Michael Leiter and author James Bamford.

PBS NewsHour | New Rules Ease Limits, Expand Intelligence Access to Data
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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Obama Calls Trayvon Martin Killing a 'Tragedy'

In other news Friday, President Obama said the shooting of Trayvon Martin, an unarmed black teenager in Florida who was killed last month by a neighborhood watch volunteer, was a tragedy that struck a chord with him personally. Also, Mr. Obama unveiled his nominee to head the World Bank, Dartmouth College president Jim Yong Kim.

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Finding Your Roots (reminder!)

Coming up on NHPTV - Finding Your Roots
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Friday, March 23, 2012

Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Pope Visits Cuba

Catholic Cubans have strong lay networks, says Catholic News Service staff writer Patricia Zapor, but they still need and want "a little bit more of everything---more freedom, more services, more priests."

Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Pope Visits Cuba
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PBS Presents | Exploration Wednesdays

Investigate the world around and beyond us with host Yul Kwon. Join us for back-to-back episodes of Nature, NOVA and America Revealed, Wednesday nights on PBS. 4/11/2012

PBS Presents | Exploration Wednesdays
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American Masters | Is Gone With The Wind Literature?

Scholars and devoted readers of Margaret Mitchell's 1936 classic novel have been arguing the book's literary merits for decades. Margaret Mitchell: American Rebel premieres nationally on Monday, April 2 from 9-10 p.m.

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PBS Presents | Finding Your Roots: Barbara Walters & Geoffrey Canada - Preview

Unearth missing links in the family histories of media legend Barbara Walters and educational superstar Geoffrey Canada. 4/1/2012

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Need to Know | Coming home: The enduring sacrifice

Maria Hinojosa updates her report about military veterans who have difficulty finding work and, in some cases, have become homeless after serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. In an essay, Dr. Todd Baker, who ran an emergency room in a military hospital in Baghdad, offers ideas about how to care for returning vets.

Need to Know | Coming home: The enduring sacrifice
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NH Outlook | Boat Building; Just Rye Harbor; North Country Glass

Chip Neal follows six local families during a weekend boat-building workshop at the University of New Hampshire. Beth Carroll talks to the authors of Just Rye Harbor, who share their research on the harbor, anecdotes, and fishing tips! And we visit Hillsboro glassblowers Alex Kalish and Trish Dalto, and watch as the husband-and-wife team creates decorative pieces and share their secrets.

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Wildlife Journal | Primitive Biathlon

Join the third annual Dalton Gang primitive biathlon, where the chili is hot and the mountain wind is cold! Also join Lisa Denmore in her adventures in backcountry skiing, learn about the growing Eastern Coyote population, and take a trip to Mt. Chocorua.

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Seventh Day Adventists and Health

"How they relate to God and their fellow man, their diet, their exercise, their avoidance of tobacco and alcohol---all of that collectively contributes to longevity," says Loma Linda University public health professor Larry Beeson.

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It is rock 'n' roll ...

It is rock 'n' roll and we still really do like it! POP, ROCK & SOUL tonite at 10p: frat rock to surf pop, the British beats, Motown, soul and pop classics!

Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Jewish Jesus

Jesus, says New Testament scholar Amy-Jill Levine, "teaches like a Jew. He talks in parables...and Jesus is just a fabulous Jewish storyteller."

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Got a little downtime with kid...

Got a little downtime with kids too young for The Hunger Game? Get them to write & illustrate their own story for our K - 3 NHPTV-PBS KIDS GO! Writers Contest! (Here's a link to last year's winners for inspiration http://www.nhptv.org/kidswrite/2011winners.asp)


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America Revealed | Introduction to Energy

From Thomas Edison and the first electricity cables, to harnessing wind energy to power California, we discover what keeps our country powered and the old and new technologies that we use to do it. Yul intoduces some of the topics, themes and people that appear in epsiode three of America Revealed, Electric Nation. Watch this clip to find out more.

America Revealed | Introduction to Energy
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Wildlife Journal | Dog Rangers

Visit these unsung heroes and their human handlers as they practice searching for the proverbial needle in a haystack, as well as checking out fly-fishing for bass and the Winnipesaukee River Trail.

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America Revealed | Introduction to Transport

We take a journey with Yul Kwon and look into one of the largest transportation networks in the world. In this introduction Yul highlights some of the topics, themes and people we see in epsiode two of America Revealed, Nation on The Move. What keeps our country moving? How has our transportation system changed over the years? Watch to find out more.

America Revealed | Introduction to Transport
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Tavis Smiley | Writer-producer Matthew Weiner

The award-winning writer-producer discusses the Emmy-winning Mad Men series that he created and talks about the show's future with AMC.

Tavis Smiley | Writer-producer Matthew Weiner
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American Masters | The Atlanta Race Riot 1906

Born in 1900, young Margaret Mitchell was profoundly influenced by a violent race riot perpetrated by white mobs against innocent blacks. The Atlanta Race Riot of 1906 ravaged her home city and haunted the hub of the South for decades.

American Masters | The Atlanta Race Riot 1906
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WINTER SCOUTING SKILLS FEATURED ON WINDOWS TO THE WILD

WINTER SCOUTING SKILLS FEATURED ON WINDOWS TO THE WILD
(DURHAM, March 23, 2012) - An old Scout named Willem Lange spends a weekend at the annual Klondike Derby at Camp Carpenter in Manchester, where Boy Scouts from around NH demonstrate their winter skills, on the next WINDOWS TO THE WILD, airing Thursday, March 29th at 8:30 p.m. on New Hampshire Public Television.

Willem tags along with two teams of Scouts as they compete in a series of events that challenge their skills, including building a fire, ice rescue, first aid and hypothermia treatment, and using a compass. He also finds out what Scouting means to those at the event, young and old, on this "New Scouts, Old Scouts" episode.

Coming up this season on WINDOWS TO THE WILD after "New Scouts, Old Scouts": a New Year's Day hike tradition on Mt. Moosilauke; joining a LightHawk mission that's tracking black bears, and more!

NHPTV's popular, award-winning WINDOWS TO THE WILD outdoor series, hosted by Willem Lange, airs Thursdays at 8:30 p.m. As he hikes, floats, flies and fishes around New England, Willem offers insight into the history, ecology and special character of these wild places. Watch online anytime: http://video.nhptv.org/program/windows-wild/



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The List: Top 10 Dickens' novels in movies or TV
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To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of British writer Charles Dickens, the List looks at the best adaptations of Dickens' books on the silver screen and television.

PBS NewsHour | Martin Case Sparks New Protests, Debate Over Race, Guns, Law

Thousands of people rallied Thursday in Florida, demanding justice for Trayvon Martin, the unarmed black teenager shot last month in a gated community. Jeffrey Brown explores the many issues raised by the case with The Atlantic's Ta-Nehisi Coates, The Daily's Reihan Salam, author Donna Britt and Florida state Rep. Dennis Baxley.

PBS NewsHour | Martin Case Sparks New Protests, Debate Over Race, Guns, Law
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PBS NewsHour | Allen: U.S. Still Needs 'Combat Power' in Afghanistan

Marine Lt. Gen. John Allen testified at his second congressional hearing this week, acknowledging that incidents in Afghanistan like the civilian massacre and Quran burnings "can't be ignored," but that keeping 68,000 troops on the ground is necessary. Ray Suarez reports on the top commander's call to pause the troop drawdown.

PBS NewsHour | Allen: U.S. Still Needs
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PBS NewsHour | Thursday, March 22, 2012

Tonight on the program, we examine the continuing controversy over the shooting of Trayvon Martin, a black teen gunned down last month, with protests in Florida and a police chief stepping down temporarily. Also: Lt. Gen. Allen recommends pausing troop withdrawal in Afghanistan, water running low in Texas from drought, and analyzing the Supreme Court's coming arguments on the Health Care Law.

PBS NewsHour | Thursday, March 22, 2012
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PBS NewsHour | Rashid: 'Enormous Anti-Americanism' Spreading in Afghanistan

Despite escalating tensions after the killing of Afghan civilians, allegedly by a U.S. soldier, the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan said he believed that pausing the drawdown and keeping 68,000 troops on the ground is a good idea. Ray Suarez discusses the situation in Afghanistan and Pakistan with journalist Ahmed Rashid.

PBS NewsHour | Rashid:
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HealthSmart | Personal Responsibility

Over the past seven seasons of HealthSmart, we've met many people who have discovered power in accepting personal responsibility for the things they can control. Join us as we check back with some of our most memorable HealthSmart guests.

HealthSmart | Personal Responsibility
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American Masters | The Grand Premiere

The premiere of the blockbuster movie Gone With the Wind took place in Atlanta on December 15, 1939. With crowds swelling to the hundreds of thousands, it was apparent the South had been waiting a long time for this moment. For many, Margaret Mitchell's story of survival helped to redeem the South from decades of pain and suffering experienced after the Civil War and Reconstruction.

American Masters | The Grand Premiere
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Need to Know | The enduring sacrifice (update)

Maria Hinojosa updates her report about military veterans who have difficulty finding work and, in some cases, have become homeless after serving in Iraq and Afghanistan

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PBS NewsHour | A Viewer's Guide to Supreme Court Arguments on Health Care

The Supreme Court is set to hear three days of arguments next week over challenges to the health reform law President Obama signed two years ago. Judy Woodruff, The National Law Journal's Marcia Coyle and Health Affairs' Susan Dentzer preview the upcoming arguments.

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PBS NewsHour | A Viewer's Guide to Supreme Court Arguments on Health Care

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: French Shootings Suspect Killed in Raid

In other news Thursday, a standoff in France ended in a barrage of bullets as police shot and killed a gunman who claimed al-Qaida ties and boasted about killing seven people. Also, one of the few established democracies in Africa fell into a military coup as drunken soldiers looted the presidential palace in Mali.

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: French Shootings Suspect Killed in Raid
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Wildlife Journal | Wildlife on the Runway

It's up to folks like Barden, with the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Wildlife Services Program, and airport and Fish and Game officials to assess and prevent wildlife strikes with airplanes from occurring around New Hampshire. Also in this episode are building emergency snow shelters, the protection of vernal pools, and the Hopkinton-Everett Recreation Area.

Wildlife Journal | Wildlife on the Runway
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Medal Quest | Allison Jones: "Sign Me Up!"

Allison Jones tells the story of how she came to Paralympic cycling -- and how cool it is to hear crowds chant "USA!!" while she competes. A multi-sport competitor, Allison has competed in the last five Paralympics, Summer and Winter, winning medals in skiing as well as bicycling. Her focus now, every day: "the end game for London."

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Thursday, March 22, 2012

American Masters | Margaret Mitchell's Pulitzer Prize Night

Margaret Mitchell won the Pulitzer Prize in the spring of 1937, to the dismay of some critics and the delight of others. Mitchell received news of the prize by phone, along with multiple requests for interviews. Hating publicity, she fled to a gospel concert at a small black church in Atlanta with her husband and close associates. The press scoured the city but never found her.

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American Masters | Margaret Mitchell's Pulitzer Prize Night

American Masters | Maybelle Stephens Mitchell, Southern Suffragist

The most important person in Margaret Mitchell's life was her mother Maybelle Stephens Mitchell. Maybelle was a powerful public figure who fought in the first two decades of the 20th century to get women the right to vote. Mitchell was in awe of her mother and felt she could never live up to her mother's expectations.

American Masters | Maybelle Stephens Mitchell, Southern Suffragist
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American Masters | Pat Conroy: My Mother and Gone With The Wind

One of the great writers of our time, Pat Conroy tells a poignant story of growing up in the South and listening to his mother read Gone With the Wind with heartfelt emotion and joy. The author of The Prince of Tides, The Great Santini and The Lords of Discipline attributes his mother's impassioned love of Gone With the Wind to his decision to become a novelist.

American Masters | Pat Conroy: My Mother and Gone With The Wind
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PBS NewsHour | Scene from 'Great Wall Story'

A scene from "Great Wall Story," a new play written by Lloyd Suh and produced by the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Euro Islam

Like other European nations', Holland's reputation for tolerance is being tested as the country grapples with how to welcome and integrate its growing immigrant Muslim population -- a community of 900,000 people who are increasingly vocal in demanding equality in Dutch society.

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