Saturday, June 16, 2012

PBS NewsHour | Thursday, June 14, 2012

Tonight on the program, we analyze President Obama and presidential hopeful Mitt Romney's speeches in Ohio, where they spoke of and criticized the others' economic records. Also: a Newsmaker interview with Sen. John McCain, a new genetic map for microbes, clothing labor in Cambodia, political parody on Twitter, and the documentary 'We Were Here' examines AIDS in San Francisco in the early 80s.

PBS NewsHour | Thursday, June 14, 2012
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PBS NewsHour | Political Theater in Ohio as Obama, Romney Duel Economics

Fighting for attention Thursday in Ohio, President Obama accused Republican rival Mitt Romney of pursuing policies that would plunge the nation back into financial crisis, while Romney attacked the president's economic stewardship. Jeffrey Brown reports.

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PBS NewsHour | Are Western Consumers Willing to Pay More for Apparel?

Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on the working conditions in Cambodia's garment industry, which exports much its clothing to the United States.

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PBS NewsHour | 'We Were Here' Revisits San Francisco's 80's AIDS Epidemic

A PBS "Independent Len" documentary, "We Were Here," recalls the largely gay Castro District of San Francisco of the 1980s and chronicles the early days of the AIDS epidemic. Spencer Michels speaks with the filmmaker David Weissman.

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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Egypt High Court Quashes Parliamentary Elections

In other news Thursday, Egypt's highest court dealt a double blow to the newly empowered Muslim Brotherhood. The judges found the law governing last fall's elections unconstitutional and ordered the new Islamist-dominated parliament dissolved. Also, U.N. observers finally entered the Syrian town of Haffa.

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Egypt High Court Quashes Parliamentary Elections
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PBS NewsHour | Political Parodies: 'Mockery Can Be a Very Effective Tool'

As part of an ongoing series on how candidates use social media this election season, Margaret Warner and journalists Lauren Ashburn and Howard Kurtz of Daily-Download.com discuss how parody accounts of politicians and surrogates on Twitter and Pinterest are creating buzz online.

PBS NewsHour | Political Parodies:
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PBS NewsHour | A New Genetic Map That Could Make Your Skin Crawl

Very little has been known about the trillions of bacteria and other micro-organisms in our bodies. But now, scientists with the Human Microbiome Project have completed the first microbial map of healthy humans. Jeffrey Brown speaks with Dr. Eric Green, director of the National Human Genome Research Institute.

PBS NewsHour | A New Genetic Map That Could Make Your Skin Crawl
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PBS NewsHour | Sen. John McCain: 'There Will Be Scandals' in Campaigns

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., has criticized President Obama's foreign policy on Syria and has called for an independent investigation into high-profile leaks on drone attacks and cyber warfare. The 2008 Republican presidential nominee speaks with Judy Woodruff in his Senate office.

PBS NewsHour | Sen. John McCain:
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PBS NewsHour | What Obama's Immigration Move Means for Undocumented Youth

President Obama announced plans to shift the administration's immigration policy Friday to allow some undocumented young people to remain in the U.S. For two sides of the issue, Jeffrey Brown talks with Cecilia Munoz, the president's director of domestic policy, and Rep. James Sensenbrenner, R-Wis., who opposes the move.

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PBS NewsHour | What Obama's Immigration Move Means for Undocumented Youth

Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Healthy Visions

A nonprofit agency in Greater Cincinnati tries to guide young people in their decision-making about sexuality, dating, drugs, social media, and more.

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Debating Religious Liberty

Watch excerpts from interviews about the current debate over religious freedom and the Obama administration's contraceptive mandate.

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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: EPA Proposes New Standards to Protect Air Quality

In other news Friday, the Environmental Protection Agency announced new air quality standards to reduce levels of airborne soot. Environmental and health groups said the move would help prevent respiratory illness, strokes and heart attacks. Also, a federal jury convicted former Goldman Sachs board member Rajat Gupta.

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PBS NewsHour | Tensions High in Egypt Ahead of Presidential Election

Ahead of this weekend's first presidential election in Egypt since the fall of Hosni Mubarak, tensions were high as more than 200 policemen were deployed outside parliament to block lawmakers from entering. Jonathan Rugman of Independent Television News reports from Cairo.

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PBS NewsHour | Shields, Gerson on the Politics of Immigration, Watergate

Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson discuss the week's top political news with Judy Woodruff, including "the worst day of Mitt Romney's life," President Obama's new immigration policy, Super PACs and the 40th anniversary of Watergate.

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PBS NewsHour | Friday, June 15, 2012

Tonight on the program, we examine and analyze President Obama's announced plans to shift the administration's immigration policy Friday to allow some undocumented young people to remain in the U.S. Also: Greece elections slated for the weekend, Egypt's presidential runoff, wildfires continue in Colorado and New Mexico, and Mark Shields and Michael Gerson analyze the week's political news.

PBS NewsHour | Friday, June 15, 2012
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Washington Week | Webcast Extra - June 15, 2012

On the Webcast Extra: A fact check on President Obama's claim that illegal border crossings were down and deportations were up. Also, how are Republicans approaching immigration? Plus, Hillary Clinton accused Russia of arming Syria with helicopters. Is this part of a larger strategy to pressure Russia? Also, when is a classified information leak good for the government?

Washington Week | Webcast Extra - June 15, 2012
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PBS NewsHour | Egypt Politics 'Entering New, Dangerous Period'

More than 200 policemen were deployed outside Egypt's parliament Friday after a court nullified recent elections. Jeffrey Brown and Harvard University professor Tarek Masoud discuss the dashed hopes of the Egyptian people as voters head to the polls this weekend for a presidential election.

PBS NewsHour | Egypt Politics
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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Inro and Netsuke Group

Check out Amanda Miller's appraisal of an Inro and Netsuke Group, in Vintage Phoenix.

Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Inro and Netsuke Group
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Antiques Roadshow | ANTIQUES ROADSHOW has gone back in time!

Starting Monday, June 18, ROADSHOW turns back the clock with vintage episodes! Do ROADSHOW's prices change over the years? Find out Monday at 8pm on "Vintage Phoenix"!

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Need To Know | Need to Know, Fri., June 15, 2012: America's immigration pol

As part of its "Fixing America" series, Need to Know anchor Ray Suarez hosts a panel discussion about America's immigration policies. Among the topics: has President Obama reneged on his promises of immigration reform? Is Republican candidate Mitt Romney's proposal for "self-deportation" realistic?

Need To Know | Need to Know, Fri., June 15, 2012: America
Need To Know | Need to Know, Fri., June 15, 2012: America's immigration pol

Friday, June 15, 2012

Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Buddhist Abbot Nicholas Vreeland

"I am a human being, I'm a Buddhist monk, I am a Westerner," says this sophisticated photographer, and the Dalai Lama has also asked him to lead one of Tibetan Buddhism's most important monasteries.

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Chester County, Pennsylvania Spice Cabinet, ca. 1

In Vintage Phoenix, J. Michael Flanigan appraises a Chester County, Pennsylvania spice cabinet, ca. 1770. Guess whether its value has gone up or down!

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Antiques Roadshow | A Day in the Life of ROADSHOW

From set up to break down, see what a day at ROADSHOW looks like in fast forward!

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POV | My Reincarnation: Filmmaker Interview with Jennifer Fox

Filmed over the course of 20 years, Jennifer Fox's 'My Reincarnation' follows a father-son story amid Tibetan Buddhism spirituality. Fox sits down with POV's executive producer Simon Kilmurry to discuss the challenges of showing spirituality in a visual medium, the challenges of editing a film which such a mass of logged footage, and the nature of "truth" in documentaries.

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Foyle's War | A WAR OF NERVES, PART 2

A bomb disposal unit finds more than an unexploded bomb at the shipyard, which may also have connections to the communist agitator in town. Foyle and his team investigate a murder, numerous tips and strange connections. Part 2 of 2

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Foyle's War | A WAR OF NERVES, PART 2

American Masters | Judy Garland: By Myself - Preview

Watch as Judy Garland gets center stage all to herself. 6/22/2012

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Need To Know | Panel: America's immigration policies

Despite the president's annoucement that some younger illegal immigrants will be granted immunity from deportations, comprehensive immigration reform will most likely be left waiting for the next president.

Need To Know | Panel: America
Need To Know | Panel: America's immigration policies

Global Voices | One Filmmaker Finds His Roots While Filming in Ethiopia

In this companion video to the Global Voices documentary, Town of Runners, producer Dan Demissie and director Jerry Rothwell describe the genesis of their film project which follows three children keen to follow in their heroes' footsteps, as they move from school track to national competition in an Ethiopian town that prides itself as a training ground for world-class long-distance runners.

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PBS KIDS Previews | Martha Speaks is Out of This World!

Neil Degrasse Tyson visits Martha on Friday, June 15

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Inside Nature's Giants | Inside Nature's Giants, "Giant Squid" - Preview

Examine one of the biggest yet most mysterious animals on Earth - the giant squid. 6/20/2012

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MI5 | Series 10, Episode 6 (86)

As the man responsible for the kidnapping of their deputy-director, Harry is handed over to the CIA, ready for deportation to the US. But when fresh evidence surfaces that there are darker forces at work, his loyal team break Harry out of his enforced custody.

MI5 | Series 10, Episode 6 (86)
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Tavis Smiley | Singer-songwriter Shawn Colvin

The multiple Grammy winner talks about her new CD, "All Fall Down," and her candid new memoir, Diamond in the Rough, and reveals what she uses as her healing factors during times of clinical depression.

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: En Tremblant Dragonfly Pin, ca. 1950

Check out Barry Weber's appraisal of an en tremblant dragonfly pin, ca. 1950, in Vintage Phoenix, and find out what it's worth today!

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PBS NewsHour | Sen. John McCain on U.S. Relations with India, Pakistan

Arizona Senator John McCain talks with Judy Woodruff about the United States relationship with India and the continuing friction with Pakistan.

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The Open Mind | Will the Tea Get Cold?

Historian and biographer of American Conservatism Sam Tanenhaus discusses notions of the death of conservatism.

The Open Mind | Will the Tea Get Cold?
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Thursday, June 14, 2012

Medal Quest | Jeff Fabry: "like a robot shooting the bow"

Jeff Fabry, bronze medalist in archery in 2004 and 2008, is looking to "make a statement" in London 2012. His steady, exact routines are like "a robot shooting the bow," he says, as he sets up and shoots.

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PBS Presents | Queen Victoria's Empire - Preview

Explore the changes brought to Britain by the industrial revolution, and witness the clash of Victorian values and Indian culture, culminating in the Great Mutiny and Cawnpore massacre. 6/19/2012

PBS Presents | Queen Victoria
PBS Presents | Queen Victoria's Empire - Preview

American Woodshop | Shaker Rockers

Perfectly-designed, American-inspired original Shaker rocking chairs

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Frances Tipton Hunter Illustrations, ca. 1940

Watch Colleene Fesko's appraisal of a group of Frances Tipton Hunter illustrations, ca. 1940, in Vintage Phoenix.

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Tavis Smiley | Sportswriter Frank Deford

The Emmy and Peabody winner describes the evolution of sports over the length of his career and reflects on who he thinks is the greatest athlete of all time, as detailed in his memoir, Over Time.

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PBS NewsHour | Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Tonight on the program, we examine Washington and Moscow's war of words over Syria and President Bashar al-Assad's escalating campaign to pound rebel cities into submission. Also: JPMorgan Chase's chairman testifies before the Senate Banking Committee, the Times-Picayune's shift to an online focus and Michael Lewis discusses his Princeton Speech on luck.

PBS NewsHour | Wednesday, June 13, 2012
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American Woodshop | Outdoor Accents

Durable choices for garage doors, decks and home trim

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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Car Bombs in Baghdad

In other news Wednesday, a wave of 16 car bombings in Iraq killed at least 66 people. More than 200 others were wounded. Also, a tense calm came to western Myanmar as heavy rains dampened five days of sectarian violence.

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PBS NewsHour | 'Watching Syria Is Like Watching a Slow-Motion Trainwreck'

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warned Russia that its interests in Syria will be harmed if it does not attempt to stop bloodshed. Jeffrey Brown discusses the crisis' ties to strained diplomacy with Michele Dunne of the Atlantic Council's Center for the Middle East and Dimitri Simes of the Center for the National Interest.

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PBS NewsHour | Michael Lewis: I Aimed To Give Something Unexpected

After providing some thought-provoking words to the graduates of Princeton's Class of 2012, author Michael Lewis speaks with Jeffrey Brown on the merits of success, the relationship between luck and good fortune, and the responsibility luck warrants.

PBS NewsHour | Michael Lewis: I Aimed To Give Something Unexpected
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American Woodshop | Natural Edge Bowls

Perfect for every home. Inspired bark accents.

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PBS NewsHour | U.S., Russia at Loggerheads Over Syria

Washington and Moscow exchanged a war of words Wednesday over Syria and President Bashar al-Assad's escalating campaign to pound rebel cities into submission. Jeffrey Brown reports.

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American Masters | Judy Garland: Approach to the film

American Masters series creator and executive producer Susan Lacy revisits the film, JUDY GARLAND: BY MYSELF, which, in a national encore, will air Friday, June 22, 2012, at 9:00 p.m. (ET) on PBS (check local listings).

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PBS NewsHour | Times-Picayune Editor on Commitment Amid Cutbacks

After 175 years, one of the nation's oldest daily newspapers -- The Times-Picayune -- announced Tuesday that 200 staff members would lose their jobs this fall. Judy Woodruff, Times-Picayune Editor Jim Amoss, New York Time's David Carr discuss the paper's shift to an online focus and how New Orleans just became the largest U.S. metro without a daily.

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PBS Digital Studios | Mister Rogers Remixed - Garden of Your Mind

PBS has commissioned John D. Boswell, also known by his Youtube moniker MelodySheep, to revisit the extensive video libraries of PBS' most famous icons and produce a series of enthralling musical tributes that pay homage to our most beloved figures.

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