Saturday, June 9, 2012

Washington Week | Webcast Extra - June 8, 2012

On the Webcast Extra: With the recent atrocities in Syria, could the country be headed for a civil war? Also, President Obama's comment that the private sector was doing "just fine" caused an outrage among Republicans. Is this continuing a trend of both parties pouncing on these isolated statements made by the candidates? Also, how helpful could Bill Clinton be to Obama's campaign?

Washington Week | Webcast Extra - June 8, 2012
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Need To Know | Need to Know, Fri., June 8, 2012: Cambodia revisited, intern

A report from Cambodia, where former leaders of the Khmer Rouge are being tried for the mass murders committed there decades ago. Ray Suarez interviews author Philip Gourevitch. Plus, an essay from Sadia Hameed from Human Rights First.

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PBS NewsHour | In Syrian Town, NPR Reporter Sees Blood-Soaked Carpets

Friday morning brought a new barrage of shelling in the Syrian city of Homs. Also, U.N. monitors saw evidence of multiple killings in a small town where activists reported a massacre. They said they found flesh, blood and piles of ash but no bodies. NPR's Deborah Amos joins Ray Suarez by phone from Damascus.

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PBS NewsHour | Shields and Brooks on Eurozone, Lessons of Wisconsin Recall

Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks discuss the week's top political news with Judy Woodruff including Europe's growing debt crisis, President Obama's comments on the economic health of the American private sector and the takeaways from the Wisconsin recall election.

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PBS NewsHour | Shields and Brooks on Rick Santorum's Future, Belmont Stakes

In this week's Doubleheader, Mark Shields and David Brooks agree on one thing -- former Sen. Rick Santorum will not be on a short list (or long list) to join Mitt Romney's ticket.

PBS NewsHour | Shields and Brooks on Rick Santorum
PBS NewsHour | Shields and Brooks on Rick Santorum's Future, Belmont Stakes

Finding Your Roots | Finding Your Roots: Michelle Rodriguez, Adrian Grenier & Linda Chavez - Preview

See how the American experience has been shaped by people who were in the New World long before the Mayflower. 5/20/2012

Finding Your Roots | Finding Your Roots: Michelle Rodriguez, Adrian Grenier & Linda Chavez - Preview
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Finding Your Roots | The Pueblo Revolt

Linda Chavez discovers how her family was involved in the Pueblo Revolt in New Mexico in 1680 - and that she has surprising family roots.

Finding Your Roots | The Pueblo Revolt
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PBS NewsHour | How Vulnerable Is U.S. Over Europe's Economic Troubles?

European leaders must stabilize their financial system to create a stronger eurozone, President Obama said Friday, urging them to act on the growing debt crisis. Jeffrey Brown, economist Nariman Behravesh and Drew Greenblatt of Marlin Steel Wire Products discuss how Europe's economic troubles might affect U.S. economic growth.

PBS NewsHour | How Vulnerable Is U.S. Over Europe
PBS NewsHour | How Vulnerable Is U.S. Over Europe's Economic Troubles?

Washington Week | June 8, 2012

What do the results from the recall election in Wisconsin mean for the 2012 Presidential election? The Obama and Romney campaigns ramp up fundraising efforts. Also, a look at how Obama has accelerated drone attacks against terrorist targets and related intelligence leaks. Joining Gwen: John Dickerson, Slate Magazine and CBS News; Jeanne Cummings, Bloomberg News; David Sanger, New York Times.

Washington Week | June 8, 2012
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PBS NewsHour | Friday, June 8, 2012

Tonight on the program, we examine Europe's continuing debt crisis and how it could affect the U.S. economy. Also: continued strife in Syria after more killings, soda and junk food causing tooth decay in El Salvador, Shields and Brooks discuss the week's political news, and Triple Crown hopes were dashed after "I'll Have Another" is scratched from this weekend's Belmont Stakes.

PBS NewsHour | Friday, June 8, 2012
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Masterpiece | A Scene from Endeavour

Watch an exclusive scene from Endeavour, starring Shaun Evans, premiering Sunday, July 1, 2012, on Masterpiece Mystery at 9pm ET/CT. Check local listings.

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PBS NewsHour | Tim Kaine makes the case for winning Virginia's Senate seat.

Tim Kaine makes the case for winning Virginia's Senate seat.

PBS NewsHour | Tim Kaine makes the case for winning Virginia
PBS NewsHour | Tim Kaine makes the case for winning Virginia's Senate seat.

Antiques Roadshow | Coming Monday, June 18, at 9/8C, Atlantic City, Hour 1

In this preview from Atlantic City, Hour 1, Nicho Lowry corrals a collection of posters advertising Buffalo and Pawnee Bill's Wild West shows.

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PBS NewsHour | In El Salvador, Tooth Decay Epidemic Blamed on Junk Food

From El Salvador, graduates of the Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism -- producer Roberto Daza and correspondent Carl Nasman -- report on an epidemic of tooth decay across the countryside, blamed largely on junk food, soda and a a lack of education about dental care.

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PBS NewsHour | Hopes for a Triple Crown Once Again a Scratch

There will be no Triple Crown winner this year. Ray Suarez speaks with Jay Privman of the Daily Racing Form at Belmont Park on the bitter blow for horse racing as the colt "I'll Have Another," winner of this year's Kentucky Derby and Preakness, was scratched from the Belmont Stakes after a career-ending leg injury.

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PBS NewsHour | Virginia voter says Obama will win the state this fall.

Virginia voter says Obama will win the state this fall.

PBS NewsHour | Virginia voter says Obama will win the state this fall.
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2012 Boston/New England Emmy Awards

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2012 Boston/New England Emmy Awards

NHPTV received five nominations for the Boston/New England Emmy Awards and came home with two statues: Phil Vaughn (producer/editor) for SAVING SONGBIRDS (outstanding environmental program), and Carla Gordon Russell (producer/editor) for the NHPTV COUNTS campaign (outstanding campaign public service campaign). Congratulations also to nominees videographer Steve Giordani, host Willem Lange and graphics producer Schuyler Scribner for their excellent work and nominations.

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2012 Boston/New England Emmy Awards

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2012 Boston/New England Emmy Awards

Videographer Steve Giordani (l) and producer Phil Vaughn. NHPTV received five nominations for the Boston/New England Emmy Awards and came home with two statues: Phil Vaughn (producer/editor) for SAVING SONGBIRDS (outstanding environmental program), and Carla Gordon Russell (producer/editor) for the NHPTV COUNTS campaign (outstanding campaign public service campaign). Congratulations also to nominees videographer Steve Giordani, host Willem Lange and graphics producer Schuyler Scribner for their excellent work and nominations.

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Need To Know | Philip Gourevitch on crimes against humanity

The New Yorker's Philp Gourevitch talks to Ray Suarez about genocide and punishing those responsible.

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PBS NewsHour | Health Care Reform: The Comic Book

Health correspondent Betty Ann Bowser talks with Jonathan Gruber, the author of "Health Care Reform," the comic book. The MIT economist and professor of economics hopes the graphic layout of his book will help more Americans understand the complex law and its implications.

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Friday, June 8, 2012

Need To Know | Imperfect justice in Cambodia

NTK reports from Cambodia, where former leaders of the Khmer Rouge are being tried for mass murder.

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Foyle's War | A WAR OF NERVES, PART 1

A bomb disposal unit engineer pulls a gun in front of Sam at a local pub. Milner works undercover to try to catch the men behind an organized crime racket. A man with ties to a local shipyard offers blackmarket petrol to Milner. And Foyle is asked to keep an eye on a communist agitator who has come to town. Part 1 of 2

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Foyle's War | A WAR OF NERVES, PART 1

2012 Boston/New England Emmy Awards

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2012 Boston/New England Emmy Awards

NHPTV received five nominations for the Boston/New England Emmy Awards and came home with two statues: Phil Vaughn (producer/editor) for SAVING SONGBIRDS (outstanding environmental program), and Carla Gordon Russell (producer/editor) for the NHPTV COUNTS campaign (outstanding campaign public service campaign). Congratulations also to nominees videographer Steve Giordani, host Willem Lange and graphics producer Schuyler Scribner for their excellent work and nominations.

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Awake in the World

We asked everyday people-tourists, businessmen, students, and others-along with Buddhist monk Nicholas Vreeland what it means to be "awake" in the world.

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PBS NewsHour | Conversation: Lou Beach, Author of '420 Characters'

Jeffrey Brown talks to Lou Beach, author of the collection of stories "420 Characters."

PBS NewsHour | Conversation: Lou Beach, Author of
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Finding Your Roots | Adrian Grenier's Conquistador Ancestor

Actor Adrian Grenier learns about about his Conquistador ancestor who had terribly violent interactions with Pueblo Indians.

Finding Your Roots | Adrian Grenier
Finding Your Roots | Adrian Grenier's Conquistador Ancestor

Masterpiece | Endeavour Preview

Endeavour, starring Shaun Evans, premieres Sunday, July 1, 2012, on Masterpiece Mystery at 9pm ET/CT. Check local listings.

Masterpiece | Endeavour Preview
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2012 Boston/New England Emmy Awards

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2012 Boston/New England Emmy Awards

Barbara & Clara Butler, of the Butler Family Foundation, which provided funding for SAVINGS SONGBIRDS.
NHPTV received five nominations for the Boston/New England Emmy Awards and came home with two statues: Phil Vaughn (producer/editor) for SAVING SONGBIRDS (outstanding environmental program)
Carla Gordon Russell (producer/editor) for the NHPTV COUNTS campaign (outstanding campaign public service announcement. Congratulations also to videographer Steve Giordani, host Willem Lange and graphics producer Schuyler Scribner for their excellent work and nominations.

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NHPTV-PBS KIDS GO! Writers Contest Awards Ceremony 2012

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NHPTV-PBS KIDS GO! Writers Contest Awards Ceremony 2012

The NHPTV-PBS KIDS GO! WRITERS CONTEST is part of NHPTV's commitment to promoting literacy and a love of reading, writing, and creative expression in children. Children's book author Kathy Brodsky spoke about writing to the participants. These photos were taken at the awards ceremony on Saturday, June 2, 2012 at Story Land in Glen, NH.

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Antiques Roadshow | Coming Monday, June 18, at 8/7C, Vintage Phoenix

For the past sixteen years, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW has bringing you antiques, collectibles, and vintage items from throughout the ages, but now it's time for ROADSHOW to turn the lens on itself - ROADSHOW's gone vintage! In this preview from the first of our vintage series, we take you back to Phoenix in 1997. Rudy Franchi appraises a Hogan's Heroes lunchbox that was quite the collectible back then, bu

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Tavis Smiley | Blues guitarist Buddy Guy

The six-time Grammy-winning musician shares why it took so long for him to record his own music and his mission to keep jazz clubs alive; he also details his memoir When I Left Home.

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A Capitol Fourth | Reflections From New Host Tom Bergeron

Watch new host of A Capitol Fourth, Tom Bergeron, share his excitement about leading the annual broadcast of America's favorite Independence Day celebration, live from the U.S. Capitol.

A Capitol Fourth | Reflections From New Host Tom Bergeron
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RT: @NHPublicTV: Enjoy. Sweater optional

NHPTV-PBS KIDS GO! Writers Contest Awards Ceremony 2012

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NHPTV-PBS KIDS GO! Writers Contest Awards Ceremony 2012

The NHPTV-PBS KIDS GO! WRITERS CONTEST is part of NHPTV's commitment to promoting literacy and a love of reading, writing, and creative expression in children. Children's book author Kathy Brodsky spoke about writing to the participants. These photos were taken at the awards ceremony on Saturday, June 2, 2012 at Story Land in Glen, NH.

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Finding Your Roots | Michelle Rodriguez's Puerto Rican Roots

Henry Louis Gates, Jr. finds some surprising connections when he traces actress Michelle Rodriguez's Puerto Rican roots.

Finding Your Roots | Michelle Rodriguez
Finding Your Roots | Michelle Rodriguez's Puerto Rican Roots

NHPTV-PBS KIDS GO! Writers Contest Awards Ceremony 2012

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NHPTV-PBS KIDS GO! Writers Contest Awards Ceremony 2012

The NHPTV-PBS KIDS GO! WRITERS CONTEST is part of NHPTV's commitment to promoting literacy and a love of reading, writing, and creative expression in children. Children's book author Kathy Brodsky spoke about writing to the participants. These photos were taken at the awards ceremony on Saturday, June 2, 2012 at Story Land in Glen, NH.

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