Saturday, April 28, 2012

Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Signed Alexander Calder Woodcut Invitation, ca. 1926

In Atlanta Hour 2, Todd Weyman appraises a signed Alexander Calder woodcut invitation, ca. 1926.

Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Signed Alexander Calder Woodcut Invitation, ca. 1926
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ART:21 | History

In this episode, artists play with historical events, explore and expose commonly held assumptions about historic 'truth', and create narratives based on personal experiences. Featuring artists Glenn Ligon, Mary Reid Kelley, and Marina Abramovic.

ART:21 | History
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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Salesman Sample Ice Box, ca. 1890

In Atlanta Hour 2, Karen M. Keane appraises a salesman sample ice box, ca. 1890.

Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Salesman Sample Ice Box, ca. 1890
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Washington Week | April 27, 2012

As the campaigns look ahead, Mitt Romney targets Barack Obama, but he is targeting youth voters. The Supreme Court hears arguments on Arizona immigration law. Also, a year after Osama bin Laden's death, balancing terrorism and civil liberties. Joining Gwen: John Dickerson, Slate Magazine/CBS News; Alexis Simendinger, RealClearPolitics; Pete Williams, NBC News; James Kitfield, National Journal.

Washington Week | April 27, 2012
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PBS NewsHour | U.S., U.K. Poets Laureate on Being Public Face for Poetry

"A poet should be private and invisible," says U.K. Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy, "This is a different way of being a poet, to be laureate." Meanwhile, "I think we witness things, but are not witnessed," says U.S. Poet Laureate Philip Levine. They reflect with Jeffrey Brown on having very public roles as private poets.

PBS NewsHour | U.S., U.K. Poets Laureate on Being Public Face for Poetry
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PBS NewsHour | High-Deductible Plans 'Quiet Revolution in Health Insurance'

As health costs rise, insurance plans characterized by lower premiums and higher out-of-pocket costs are on the rise in American workplaces. Health correspondent Betty Ann Bowser reports on the growing trend toward high-deductible health plans, and concerns that they may encourage delays in receiving needed medical care.

PBS NewsHour | High-Deductible Plans
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Washington Week | Webcast Extra - April 20, 2012

On the Webcast Extra: Fighting erupts in Congress and on the campaign trail over student loans. Is this a substantive battle or the latest partisan dustup? Also, does a lack of endorsements hurt Romney's ability to coalesce the Republican Party? Plus, the first criminal charges levied against BP after the oil spill and the role enhanced integration techniques play in counterterrorism efforts.

Washington Week | Webcast Extra - April 20, 2012
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PBS NewsHour | Friday, April 27, 2012

Tonight on the program, we analyze the fight over student loans as the U.S. House of Representatives debates on how to prevent interest loans from doubling and how to pay for it. Also: the fragile state of the global economy as Europe suffers, high deductible insurance plans, Shields and Brooks analyze the week's politics, and U.S. and U.K. Poets Laureate Philip Levine and Carol Ann Duffy.

PBS NewsHour | Friday, April 27, 2012
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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Apparent Suicide Bombing Kills at Least 10

In other news Friday, an apparent suicide attack rocked the Syrian capital of Damascus. State TV reported at least 10 people were killed and nearly 30 were wounded in a bomb attack targeted at riot police and troops. In Afghanistan, a NATO servicemember was killed by insurgents in the South.

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Apparent Suicide Bombing Kills at Least 10
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FRONTLINE | The FRONTLINE Interview: Robert Wolf

Chairman of UBS's Group Americas division, Wolf was an informal adviser to then-Sen. Obama during his presidential campaign. During the financial meltdown, Wolf was often Obama's "inside source" on Wall Street's closed-door meetings during the crisis. Wolf is a member of the President's Council on Jobs and Competitiveness and formerly served on the President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board.

FRONTLINE | The FRONTLINE Interview: Robert Wolf
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PBS NewsHour | Nice Cave's Soundsuits

Chicago artist Nick Cave's Soundsuits in action.

PBS NewsHour | Nice Cave
PBS NewsHour | Nice Cave's Soundsuits

PBS NewsHour | Shields, Brooks on 'Mutual Pandering' Over Student Loans

Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks discuss the week's top political news including Democrats and Republicans battling over student loans, Newt Gingrich's legacy, how austerity efforts affect growth compared to spending and debt, and the Supreme Court taking up Arizona's immigration law.

PBS NewsHour | Shields, Brooks on
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PBS NewsHour | Renewed Recessions Rock Europe Amid Slower Growth in U.S.

Romania's government fell in a no-confidence vote Friday while the Czech Republic's government moved to the brink of collapse before surviving a no-confidence vote. The Dutch government collapsed Monday and Spain -- Europe's fourth-largest economy -- fell back into recession. Ray Suarez report on renewed worries across Europe.

PBS NewsHour | Renewed Recessions Rock Europe Amid Slower Growth in U.S.
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PBS NewsHour | Troubling New Signs Plague European, U.S. Economies

Even as British Prime Minister David Cameron defended the notion of austerity, governments across Europe were toppling or falling back into recession. Ray Suarez and George Washington University's Scheherazade Rehman discuss problems and potential solutions, both in the U.S. and overseas.

PBS NewsHour | Troubling New Signs Plague European, U.S. Economies
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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Eric de Kolb 14K Gold Ring, ca. 1965

Watch Gloria Lieberman's appraisal of an Eric de Kolb 14K Gold Ring, ca. 1965 from Atlanta Hour 2.

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Need To Know | Interview: Dr. Jay Gulledge

An interview about whether federal government policies encourage building in flood prone areas.

Need To Know | Interview: Dr. Jay Gulledge
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PBS NewsHour | Student Loans: the Politics, Pitfalls and Payoffs

Ignoring a veto threat by President Obama, House Republicans voted Friday to extend a 2007 provision that halves the rate on Stafford student loans, but the parties are split on how to pay for it. Jeffrey Brown, George Washington University's Sandy Baum and author Anya Kamenetz examine the political debate over college tuition.

PBS NewsHour | Student Loans: the Politics, Pitfalls and Payoffs
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Foyle's War | THE FRENCH DROP, Part 2

Foyle and Sam are led to Hill House where Special Operations Executive (SOE) personnel engage in the art of dirty warfare and train secret agents in murder and de-ception. Foyle interviews SOE members while Sam investigates disturbances at a nearby churchyard. Part 2 of 2

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Foyle's War | THE FRENCH DROP, Part 2

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Need To Know | Need to Know, Fri., April 27, 2012: Sea-level rise, death on the border

This week on Need to Know: how the city of Norfolk, Virginia is grappling with massive flooding caused by sea-level rise. Plus an update to last week's investigation into the death of an illegal immigrant.

Need To Know | Need to Know, Fri., April 27, 2012: Sea-level rise, death on the border
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Faith Groups and Immigration

The Supreme Court is weighing the legal challenge to Arizona's strict immigration law, and religious groups opposed to the law are appealing to language throughout the scriptures "to take care of the stranger," says Catholic News Service staff writer Patricia Zapor.

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Friday, April 27, 2012

Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Conversations Before Dying

"Deeply listening to what it is they're saying." That, says young hospice chaplain Kerry Egan, is the most important gift she offers to the dying patients she ministers to in New Bedford, Massachusetts.

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Beatles Parlophone Poster, ca. 1962

In Atlanta Hour 3, Philip Weiss appraises a Beatles Parlophone poster, ca. 1962.

Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Beatles Parlophone Poster, ca. 1962
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Need To Know | Update: Crossing the line

An update to last week's investigation into the death of an illegal immigrant a short time after he had been beaten and tased by U.S. border agents - an event captured on videotape.

Need To Know | Update: Crossing the line
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Need To Know | Rising tide

The city of Norfolk, Virginia is grappling with massive flooding caused by sea-level rise.

Need To Know | Rising tide
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FRONTLINE | The FRONTLINE Interview: Phil Angelides

Phil Angelides chaired the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, which spent more than a year investigating the crisis and concluded that it was avoidable, and a result of excessive risk taking, failures of regulation and poorly prepared government leaders.

FRONTLINE | The FRONTLINE Interview: Phil Angelides
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Paul Ryan and Tom Reese: Catholic Social Teaching and the Budget

Watch excerpts from an April 26, 2012 lecture at Georgetown University by Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin) and an interview with Father Thomas Reese, SJ, senior fellow at Georgetown's Woodstock Theological Center.

Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Paul Ryan and Tom Reese: Catholic Social Teaching and the Budget
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MI5 | Series 9, Episode 7 (79)

Ruth Evershed is approached by council snooper Keith Deery, who claims to have uncovered some dodgy covert activities.

MI5 | Series 9, Episode 7 (79)
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Masterpiece | Sherlock Season 2: Sherlock and Watson

Sherlock stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman and producer Sue Vertue talk about the appeal of the relationship between Sherlock and Watson.

Masterpiece | Sherlock Season 2: Sherlock and Watson
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America Revealed | Making Cars

Over the years manufacturing has seen a great revolution. Robots are now doing many of the jobs that used to be done by people. The use of robots has enabled work to be carried faster and more safely, but it has meant fewer jobs for people.

America Revealed | Making Cars
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Health Link | Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C is a contagious viral infection that can cause swelling and inflammation of the liver and can lead to cancer and death. It's called 'the silent epidemic' because as many as 70 percent of those infected with the virus are unaware that they have the disease and are unknowingly spreading it. Learn about the symptoms, diagnosis & treatment of Hepatitis C on this episode of 'Health Link.'

Health Link | Hepatitis C
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Tavis Smiley | Actor-writer Ayad Akhtar

The actor-writer talks about the real-life experiences that inspired his first novel, American Dervish, relates Islam to Christianity and discusses his challenges as a storyteller to expose new truths that readers would not normally consider.

Tavis Smiley | Actor-writer Ayad Akhtar
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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: 1963 Beatles Autographs

Watch Kathleen Guzman's appraisal of a collection of 1963 Beatles Autographs from Atlanta Hour 2.

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PBS NewsHour | Why More Women Aren't Computer Scientists, Engineers

"If you completely shut out the entire feminine perspective on the world," says Maria Klawe of Harvey Mudd College, "you're going to have a different set of products." Judy Woodruff and Klawe discuss why more women aren't pursuing careers in hard sciences, and Klawe's plans to bridge the gaps in engineering and computer science.

PBS NewsHour | Why More Women Aren
PBS NewsHour | Why More Women Aren't Computer Scientists, Engineers

America Revealed | Efficiency

Yul takes part in a training session at the Volkswagen training center in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Led by master trainer, Albert Graser, the teaching is a little different from what you might expect at an automotive training facility. New employees are taught about efficiency and being part of a production line by playing a game.

America Revealed | Efficiency
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PBS NewsHour | For Murdoch, Concerns of His Empire 'Under Serious Threat'

When Rupert Murdoch took the stand Thursday in the second day of a U.K. media ethics inquiry, he coupled an apology for News of the World's "blot" on his News Corp record with accusations that journalists had covered up the phone-hacking. Ray Suarez and The New York Times' John Burns discuss the media mogul's testimony.

PBS NewsHour | For Murdoch, Concerns of His Empire
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PBS NewsHour | Taylor's Conviction 'Pushes International Law Further'

Former Liberian President Charles Taylor's guilty verdict Thursday was the first time an international court has convicted a head of state since the Nuremberg trials. Jeffrey Brown and Eric Stover of the University of California, Berkeley discuss the conviction and the potential legal implications for other cases.

PBS NewsHour | Taylor
PBS NewsHour | Taylor's Conviction 'Pushes International Law Further'

Independent Lens | Facing the Storm: Story of the American Bison

From the first Americans who relied on bison for food, shelter and clothing, to modern wildlife conservationists who are struggling to re-establish a place for bison in the Great Plains, Facing the Storm introduces viewers to a rich history of conservation and spiritual relations with the ultimate icon of wild America.

Independent Lens | Facing the Storm: Story of the American Bison
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FRONTLINE | The FRONTLINE Interview: Christina Romer

Shortly before Obama became president, Romer, his incoming chair of the Council of Economic Advisers, projected that the $787 billion stimulus package would curb unemployment at 8 percent. (It has remained above 8 percent since February 2009.) In this interview, she laments that she and other top advisers underestimated the extent of economic damage caused by the crisis.

FRONTLINE | The FRONTLINE Interview: Christina Romer
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PBS NewsHour | Scandal in Power Transfer Nothing New for China

The scandal around ousted Chinese political leader Bo Xilai deepened Thursday when The New York Times reported that he used wiretaps to spy on other officials, including President Hu Jintao. Margaret Warner, The Financial Times' Richard McGregor and Xiao Qiang of the Berkeley China Internet Project discuss the new developments.

PBS NewsHour | Scandal in Power Transfer Nothing New for China
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PBS NewsHour | Bo Xilai Reported to Have Wiretapped China's President

Six weeks after China's Bo Xilai disappeared under a cloud of corruption allegations and the death of a British national, The New York Times reported on Bo's use of wiretaps to spy on top Chinese officials, including President Hu Jintao. Margaret Warner reports on the latest turn in the dramatic story.

PBS NewsHour | Bo Xilai Reported to Have Wiretapped China
PBS NewsHour | Bo Xilai Reported to Have Wiretapped China's President

PBS NewsHour | Liberia's Taylor Found Guilty of Aiding, Abetting War Crimes

Former Liberian President Charles Taylor was convicted Thursday by an international war crimes court in The Hague, Netherlands, for a series of atrocities, including funding rebels in Sierra Leone. Alex Thomson of Independent Television News reports on the historic verdict.

PBS NewsHour | Liberia
PBS NewsHour | Liberia's Taylor Found Guilty of Aiding, Abetting War Crimes

PBS NewsHour | 'I Failed,' Murdoch Says of Tabloid Scandal

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch took the stand Thursday in a British media ethics inquiry, describing his News of the World tabloid as a "serious blot" on his News Corp reputation. Murdoch also said he wished the paper behind the phone hacking and cover-up had been shuttered sooner. Paul Davies of Independent Television News reports.

PBS NewsHour |
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PBS NewsHour | Thursday, April 26, 2012

Tonight on the program, we examine the conviction of former Liberian president Charles Taylor and how this could further international law. Also: Rupert Murdoch testifies on the News of the World phone hacking scandal, new information on Bo Xilai suggesting he wiretapped Chinese officials, new technology enabling dangerous uses, and the gender gap in computer science and engineering jobs.

PBS NewsHour | Thursday, April 26, 2012
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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Martin Brothers Wally Birds Humidor, ca. 1905

In Atlanta Hour 2, David Rago appraises a Martin Brothers wally birds humidor, ca. 1905.

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Masterpiece | Sherlock 2: Back for a New Season

The stars and producers of Sherlock talk about their excitement in bringing the series back for another all-new season. (Sherlock 2 premieres on PBS's Masterpiece Sunday, May 6, 2012.)

Masterpiece | Sherlock 2: Back for a New Season
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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Pakistani Prime Minister Convicted

In other news Thursday, Pakistan's Supreme Court convicted Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani of contempt for refusing to pursue a corruption case against President Asif Ali Zardari. However, the ruling carried only a symbolic sentence, allowing Gilani to stay in power. In Afghanistan, three U.S troops were killed in a bombing.

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