Saturday, April 14, 2012

The Woodwrights Shop | White Oak Basket

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Edward Gorey Collection

In El Paso Hour 3, Ken Sanders appraises an extensive collection of Edward Gorey memorabilia. Watch and find out how much it is worth!

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POV | The City Dark - Trailer

Is darkness becoming extinct? When filmmaker Ian Cheney moves from rural Maine to New York City and discovers streets awash in light and skies devoid of stars, he embarks on a journey to America's brightest and darkest corners, asking astronomers, cancer researchers and ecologists what is lost in the glare of city lights.

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Tavis Smiley | Rep. Xavier Becerra

The California Congressman and member of the Budget and Ways and Means committees offers his thoughts on how the deficit discussion will play out on the 2012 campaign trail.

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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Biden Jabs Romney Over 'Buffett Rule' Opposition

In other news Thursday, Vice President Joe Biden attacked Mitt Romney's opposition to the "Buffett Rule" while Romney's wife, Ann, challenged a Democratic consultant's criticism of her status as a stay-at-home mother. Also, Egyptian lawmakers advanced a bill banning officials who worked under Hosni Mubarak from seeking office.

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Charles Raphael Peyre Bronze, ca. 1900

In El Paso Hour 3, Kerry Shrives appraises a Charles Raphael Peyre Bronze statue, ca. 1900. Watch the appraisal to find out how much it's worth.

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PBS NewsHour | Will Water Pumps Bring Peace to Ivory Coast?

Part of a partnership with the Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting, special correspondent Jeff Sapienza reports from the West African nation of Ivory Coast and explains how committees set up to maintain access to water are helping bring together communities divided along ethnic lines and plagued by the unrest of a civil war.

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PBS NewsHour | Poet Nye: 'Telling a Story Helped Us Figure Out Who We Were'

When shaping verse, poet Naomi Shihab Nye reflects on her Palestinian heritage, family and the power of humanity. Jeffrey Brown and Nye discuss her most recent compilation of work, "Transfer," and what inspires her to continue crafting thoughtful and expressive poems.

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MI5 | Series 9, Episode 5 (77)

The American President is en route to London to chair secret talks between peace negotiators from Israel and Palestine. But it transpires an assassination attempt is on the agenda.

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POV | Nostalgia for the Light - Trailer

Patricio Guzmán's Nostalgia for the Light is a remarkable meditation on memory, history and eternity. Chile's remote Atacama Desert, 10,000 feet above sea level, provides stunningly clear views of the heavens for astronomers. But it also holds secrets from the past: human remains, from pre-Columbian mummies to the bones of political prisoners "disappeared" during the Pinochet dictatorship.

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NOVA | Introducing NOVA's Sun Lab

NOVA Labs will launch May, 2012.

NOVA | Introducing NOVA
NOVA | Introducing NOVA's Sun Lab

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PBS NewsHour | Indiana RV Industry's Comeback Amid An Uncertain Economy

The all-electric Think car was supposed to help save Elkhart, Ind., from a languishing economy, but instead the area's longstanding RV industry is making a comeback and helping turn the economy around. Special correspondent Elizabeth Brackett of WTTW Chicago reports on some economic hope for an area hid hard by unemployment.

PBS NewsHour | Indiana RV Industry
PBS NewsHour | Indiana RV Industry's Comeback Amid An Uncertain Economy

PBS NewsHour | North Korea Readies Long-Range Rocket, Launches Power Play

As North Korea gears up to launch a ballistic missile topped with what it says is a communication satellite, its regime -- one of the most secretive and belligerent -- continued its succession process Wednesday with new leader Kim Jong-un bolstering his power by gaining another title. Judy Woodruff reports.

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PBS NewsHour | Trayvon Martin Case: Will Zimmerman Face a Jury?

George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch volunteer arrested in the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, made his first appearance before a Florida judge Thursday. Judy Woodruff, Lynn Whitfield, city attorney for Hallandale Beach, Fla., and the University of Miami School of Law's Scott Sundby discuss the case's next steps.

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PBS NewsHour | Syria Calmer Amid Annan's Cease-Fire Deadline

After months of heavy fighting and government gunfire, Syria appears "relatively quiet," according to U.N. special envoy Kofi Annan. Annan had brokered the U.N.-backed cease-fire agreement that went into effect early Thursday. Neil Connery of Independent Television News reports.

PBS NewsHour | Syria Calmer Amid Annan
PBS NewsHour | Syria Calmer Amid Annan's Cease-Fire Deadline

NOVA | Solar Telescopes

NOVA Labs will launch May, 2012.

NOVA | Solar Telescopes
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Tavis Smiley | Writer David Treuer

The college professor-novelist explains his latest text-his first full-length nonfiction work-Rez Life, and how growing up on the margins of a reservation was a metaphor for his life.

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PBS NewsHour | 'Much Skepticism' as Assad's Guns Fall Mostly Silent

As the shelling seemed to soften on the streets of Syria in time for Thursday's cease-fire deadline, Russia and China joined the United States in urging the speedy dispatch of U.N. observers, assuming the truce holds. Margaret Warner updates the crisis with Time Magazine's Rania Abouzeid, reporting from Beirut.

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PBS NewsHour | 'Much Skepticism' as Assad's Guns Fall Mostly Silent

Independent Lens | For One Marine, a Parking Lot Becomes a Battleground

In this excerpt from the Oscar-nominated war documentary, Hell and Back Again, Sergeant Nathan Harris becomes increasingly frustrated as he and his wife look for a parking spot at a shopping mall. "I would rather be in Afghanistan, where it's simple," he says, as civilian life seems almost overwhelming after his wartime experience.

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PBS NewsHour | Thursday, April 12, 2012

Tonight on the program, we analyze the upcoming case involving George Zimmerman, the man charged with second degree murder for the shooting death of teen Trayvon Martin, who appeared in front of a judge today. Also: uneasy feelings in Syria at the ceasefire deadline, liquefaction in the northwest, Justice Department files suit against e-book prices, key Senate races, and poet Naomi Shihab Nye.

PBS NewsHour | Thursday, April 12, 2012
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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Magnitude-8.6 Earthquake Shakes Indonesia

In other news Wednesday, a magnitude-8.6 earthquake shook the Indian Ocean off Indonesia's western coast, but there were no reports of serious damage or injuries. In Syria, the military kept up its assault on rebel-held areas, even as the government vowed to halt fighting before Thursday's cease-fire deadline.

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PBS NewsHour | Outlining the Senate Six: Democrats on Defense

While a third of senators are on the ballot this November, six races should indicate where control of the Senate is headed. Part of a new series called the Senate Six, Ray Suarez and Christina Bellantoni outline what's at stake in races in Montana, Virginia, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Mexico and Wisconsin.

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Craft in America | Threads Episode Preview

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PBS NewsHour | Would a Major Earthquake Sink Portland in Liquefied Soil?

Though the impact of Wednesday's 5.9-magnitude earthquake off Oregon's coast was minimal, a lesser-known risk of temblors -- a phenomenon called liquefaction where sandy soil turns to liquid and loses its ability to support weight -- has some scientists worried. Tom Bearden reports what's being done to prepare for a major quake.

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PBS NewsHour | The E-Book War: the Stakes in the Fight for Readers' Dollars

Citing consumer losses of millions of dollars, the Justice Department accused Apple and five publishers this week of colluding to raise e-book prices and break Amazon's dominant hold in the market. Jeffrey Brown discuss the state of the market with the American Booksellers Association's Becky Anderson and attorney Steve Berman.

PBS NewsHour | The E-Book War: the Stakes in the Fight for Readers
PBS NewsHour | The E-Book War: the Stakes in the Fight for Readers' Dollars

PBS NewsHour | China's Leadership Had 'Knives Out' for Bo Xilai

China's ruling Communist Party is trying to contain headlines about the scandal surrounding the once-powerful political leader Bo Xilai. Margaret Warner discusses implications for China and its internal politics politics with Orville Schell of The Asia Society.

PBS NewsHour | China
PBS NewsHour | China's Leadership Had 'Knives Out' for Bo Xilai

Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Panama Canal Occupational Shaving Mug, ca. 1910

Watch Matthew C. Quinn's appraisal of a Panama Canal occupational shaving mug, ca. 1910, from El Paso Hour 3.

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Independent Lens | Appreciation for a Returning Veteran

In this excerpt from the Oscar-nominated war documentary, Hell and Back Again, Sergeant Nathan Harris describes how he was wounded in Afghanistan to a surprised store-greeter. "It's alright, I'm here and I'm home now," he tells her as she expresses her concern and appreciation through a hug.

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PBS NewsHour | Extended Interview: Naomi Shihab Nye

Poet Naomi Shihab Nye talks more about her work and teaching poetry.

PBS NewsHour | Extended Interview: Naomi Shihab Nye
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PBS NewsHour | The Latest Chapter in the E-Books Battle

Why are Amazon, Apple and several major publishers locked in a bitter fight over the pricing of electronic books? In the wake of a major price-fixing suit from the Department of Justice, Andrew Albanese of Publishers Weekly spoke with Jeffrey Brown about the rise of the ebook as a publishing phenomenon and the financial stakes for the industry.

PBS NewsHour | The Latest Chapter in the E-Books Battle
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Independent Lens | A Marine Company is Debriefed Before Battle

In this excerpt from the Oscar-nominated war documentary, Hell and Back Again, Echo Company is debriefed before their deployment on what is at stake in their mission. "Your conscience should be clear," they are told "and your honor should be clean."

Independent Lens | A Marine Company is Debriefed Before Battle
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Thursday, April 12, 2012

PBS NewsHour | North Korea's New Missile: 'It's Sophisticated'

North Korea, one of the world's most secretive and belligerent regimes, is gearing up to launch a missile topped with what it says is a communication satellite. Judy Woodruff and John Isaacs of the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation discuss the regime's hopes of an image boost and other possible launch outcomes.

PBS NewsHour | North Korea
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PBS NewsHour | Naomi Shihab Nye Reads Two Poems

Naomi Shihab Nye reads two poems: "Hello Palestine," an homage to her father who lost his home and arrived in the United States a refugee, and "Cinco de Mayo," which explores how people are present in our memories and lives even after they have died.

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PBS NewsHour | Angela Corey: Prosecution Must Prove 'Depraved Mind'

A special prosecutor in Florida said Wednesday that she was charging George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch volunteer who shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in a confrontation in late February, with second-degree murder. Jeffrey Brown discusses the legal reasoning behind the charge with Florida attorney Jeffrey Weiner.

PBS NewsHour | Angela Corey: Prosecution Must Prove
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PBS NewsHour | High School Student Discusses Experiences with Bullying

Granby High School student Diamond talks about being bullied in elementary school.

PBS NewsHour | High School Student Discusses Experiences with Bullying
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Flicks | Guy Pearce for "Lockout"

Guy Pearce, an actor known for his wide range of leading roles, talks with Patrick Stoner about finding a comic twist to an action film like "Lockout"

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Independent Lens | A Health Crisis Catalyzes a Political Movement

In the early years of the epidemic, delegations of people living with AIDS began going to Washington DC to raise awareness about the impact of the disease and to lobby for more research and treatment of the disease, as we see in this excerpt from the Independent Lens documentary, We Were Here.

Independent Lens | A Health Crisis Catalyzes a Political Movement
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Independent Lens | "We Don't Let Our Friends Get Hurt"

As the AIDS crisis began claiming more and more victims, the community in San Francisco rallied to care for not just those suffering from the disease, but to support the LGBT community as a whole, as we see in this excerpt from the Independent Lens documentary, We Were Here.

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Independent Lens | Realizing the Devastating Effects of AIDS

In this excerpt from the Independent Lens documentary, We Were Here, a nurse who treated patients during the early years of the AIDS epidemic describes how victims of the disease experienced rapid health declines, as they struggled with the onset of pneumonia and Karposi's sarcoma.

Independent Lens | Realizing the Devastating Effects of AIDS
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