Saturday, July 7, 2012

Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: French Automaton Doll, ca. 1900

Watch Richard Wright's appraisal of a French automaton doll, ca. 1900.

Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: French Automaton Doll, ca. 1900
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POV | Guilty Pleasures: This Must Be A Dream

Hiroko's husband describes his desire to have more children, but understands that it cannot happen at this moment because it would interrupt Hiroko's dancing.

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Washington Week | July 6, 2012

President Barack Obama campaigns in Ohio and Pennsylvania and accuses Romney of outsourcing jobs during his time at Bain Capital. Meanwhile, Mitt Romney says that the federal health care mandate is indeed a tax. Plus, new unemployment numbers. Joining Gwen: Dan Balz, The Washington Post; Jan Crawford, CBS News; Charles Babington, Associated Press; Amy Walter, ABC News.

Washington Week | July 6, 2012
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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Painting Attributed to William Matthew Prior

Watch Colleene Fesko's appraisal of a painting attributed to William Matthew Prior.

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Foyle's War | BAD BLOOD, PART 1

An old flame of Milner's contacts him about her brother, who has been arrested for murder in another jurisdiction. She pleads with Milner to help prove her brother's innocence. Foyle reluctantly agrees to help and visits the farm where the man worked. While there Sam injures herself on a wire fence. Part 1 of 2

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Foyle's War | BAD BLOOD, PART 1

PBS NewsHour | Weak Job Numbers Put Recovery in Doubt

Employers added just 80,000 jobs in June, well below the numbers some economists had predicted and a clear sign the economic recovery is still faltering. Ray Suarez speaks with supporters of both presidential campaigns to hear why they believe the disappointing numbers mean their man is the best choice to fix the problem.

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PBS NewsHour | Britain's Barclays Investigated for Rigging Libor Rates

In a scandal that triggered a CEO resignation, an investigation and basic questions about the integrity of the financial system, British bank Barclays paid $450 million in fines last week to settle accusations that it helped rig the Libor rate. Margaret Warner discusses the fallout with David Enrich of the Wall Street Journal.

PBS NewsHour | Britain
PBS NewsHour | Britain's Barclays Investigated for Rigging Libor Rates

PBS NewsHour | An Unconventional Road to Opera

Corey Crider, a father of three young children, has had a less conventional path to opera from a childhood and education in Kentucky to the big houses of opera around the world now. He told us what it takes to make it in the opera world.

PBS NewsHour | An Unconventional Road to Opera
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PBS NewsHour | Libya Prepares for First Free Elections After Gadhafi Regime

For the first time in nearly 50 years, Libyans will go to the polls on Saturday to vote for a new parliamentary government. Lindsey Hilsum of Independent Television News reports on the excitement in that country, nine months after the fall of its last leader, Moammar Gadhafi.

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PBS NewsHour | Maestros Mix With Students for Castleton Music Festival

In rural Virginia, a month-long program of recitals, concerts and operas is both a traditional summer music festival as well as an opportunity for students to train with music greats. Jeffrey Brown visits with founder and renowned conductor Lorin Maazel.

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: 1732 Benjamin Franklin Printed Book

In Vintage Atlanta, Francis J. Wahlgren appraises a 1732 Benjamin Franklin printed book.

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POV | Guilty Pleasures: He Has the Look of the Heroes

Continuing her lessons in ballroom dance, Hiroko describes her teacher and what she idealizes about him.

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: 1813 Zedekiah Belknap Portraits

Check out Ronald Bourgeault's appraisal of a pair of 1813 Zedekiah Belknap portraits.

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PBS NewsHour | Opera is thriving, a young singer declares

Davone Tines, 25, grew up only a half hour from Castleton, just finished his first year of his Master's degree at the Juilliard School. He told us why he thinks opera is in fact not only surviving but thriving.

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PBS NewsHour | Brooks, Dionne on Jobs Report, Romney's Health Care Message

New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne discuss the week's top political news, including the dismal June jobs report, why the stimulus recovery plan hasn't had a greater effect, and Mitt Romney's health care message and evolving relationship with the conservative base.

PBS NewsHour | Brooks, Dionne on Jobs Report, Romney
PBS NewsHour | Brooks, Dionne on Jobs Report, Romney's Health Care Message

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Deadly Storms Strike As Heat Wave Continues

In other news Friday, the National Weather Service says it has logged more than 4,000 record-high temperatures in the past month. The current heat wave has produced deadly storms and knocked out power for thousands. Also, a senior member of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's military has defected to France.

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Deadly Storms Strike As Heat Wave Continues
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PBS NewsHour | Friday, July 6, 2012

Tonight on the program, we take a look at June's dismal job numbers and examine the Obama and Romney campaign's response to the report. Also: Britain's Barclays banks investigated for rigging Libor rates, Libya holds its first parliamentary elections this weekend, David Brooks and E.J. Dionne discuss the week's top political news, and an opportunity for students to train with music greats.

PBS NewsHour | Friday, July 6, 2012
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Washington Week | Webcast Extra - July 6, 2012

On the Webcast Extra: Mitt Romney's wife, Ann took issue with the way President Obama's campaign has represented her husband. Could she be Mitt's secret weapon? Meanwhile, the Super PAC war wages on as campaign spending grows. Can Romney lock down North Carolina? Also, do people care about when presidential candidates go on vacation?

Washington Week | Webcast Extra - July 6, 2012
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PBS NewsHour | Davone Tines sings from I Puritani by Bellini

Davone Tines, 25, sings an aria from I Puritani by Bellini in rehearsal.

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PBS NewsHour | Maestro Lorin Maazel on his rise to fame

Now in his seventh decade of music making, Maestro Lorin Maazel shared reflections on how he got to where he is today.

PBS NewsHour | Maestro Lorin Maazel on his rise to fame
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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: American Mahogany Liquor Case, ca. 1800

In Vintage Houston, Ken Farmer appraises an American mahogany liquor case, ca. 1800.

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PBS NewsHour | Who Is This Syrian Defector?

Andrew Tabler of The Washington Institute explains who Syrian defector Brig. Gen. Manaf Tlass is, his next steps and what his defection means for the U.S.

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Friday, July 6, 2012

Austin City Limits | Kenny Chesney - Preview

Country music superstar Kenny Chesney hits the ACL stage. 7/14/20102

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PBS NewsHour | Thursday, June 28, 2012

Tonight on the program, we examine the Supreme Court's 5-4 decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act, after Chief Justice John Roberts wrote for the majority that the individual mandate could be interpreted as a tax. We get analysis from Marcia Coyle, Susan Dentzer, Christina Bellantoni, and other guests. Also: Attorney General Eric Holder ruled in contempt, and news from the Colorado wildfires.

PBS NewsHour | Thursday, June 28, 2012
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POV | Granito: Descubriendo los Desapredidos (En Español)

In this short video companion to 'Granito: How to Nail a Dictator,' a forensic archivist and a forensic anthropologist explain the steps that led them to uncovering the stories of those disappeared during the Guatemalan genocide.

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Yavapai Apache Pictorial Basket

Watch Linda Dyer's appraisal of a Yavapai Apache pictorial basket.

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PBS NewsHour | Mexican Elections: 'People Just Want a Change'

On Sunday, Mexicans go to the polls to elect a new president. Jeffrey Brown talks to Margaret Warner in Mexico City about the voters' concerns and whether the country's drug war policy is likely to change.

PBS NewsHour | Mexican Elections:
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Converting the Masai

Christian missionaries have been proselytizing the legendary African Masai tribal members for over 150 years, with little success. But recently many Masai have been converting to Christianity.

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | E. J. Dionne on Liberty and the Community

In his new book "Our Divided Political Heart," Dionne argues that since the beginning of the nation, Americans have tried to balance an impulse toward individualism and an impulse toward community. He says in today's politics, the balance has shifted too far in favor of individualism, and the result has been division and gridlock.

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Antiques Roadshow | Premiering Monday, July 16, at 8/7C, Vintage San Francisco

In this preview from Vintage San Francisco, Catherine Leonhard Gellert appraises a beautiful Nevada landscape painting by Western artist Maynard Dixon. Back then, the painting's value had increased significantly since the owner's parents received the painting as a gift from Dixon himself, but has the sun set on Dixon's western work in the past 15 years?

Antiques Roadshow | Premiering Monday, July 16, at 8/7C, Vintage San Francisco
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PBS NewsHour | Shields and Gerson on Health Care Ruling, Contempt Vote

Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson discuss the political impact of the Supreme Court ruling on the health care law and the House's vote to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt.

PBS NewsHour | Shields and Gerson on Health Care Ruling, Contempt Vote
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POV | The City Dark

Is darkness becoming extinct? Exploring the physical and psychological effects of light pollution, 'The City Dark' is a portrait of the world after dusk, and a meditation on the human relationship to the stars.

POV | The City Dark
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MotorWeek | 2012 Scion iQ & 2012 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Roadster

In this episode, the Scion iQ, a small car that drives big. Then, tearing up the pavement in the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Roadster. Plus, first impressions of the 2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe, the 2013 Porsche Boxster and two wheelin' on the Triumph Tiger 800XC. Also, an easy way to bleed brakes.

MotorWeek | 2012 Scion iQ & 2012 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Roadster
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PBS NewsHour | Has the Health Care Ruling Upped the Ante for the Election?

Ray Suarez talks to Democratic Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley and Romney campaign adviser Tevi Troy about how the election campaigns will use the Supreme Court's decision to uphold the Obama administration's health care law.

PBS NewsHour | Has the Health Care Ruling Upped the Ante for the Election?
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PBS KIDS Previews | Oh Noah!: Breaking the Ice

Learn Spanish with Noah!

PBS KIDS Previews | Oh Noah!: Breaking the Ice
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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: French Clock & Jardinière, ca. 1850

Watch Nicholas M. Dawes's appraisal of a French clock and jardinière, ca. 1850.

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PBS NewsHour | EU Ambassador on Debt Crisis Deal: 'Major Step Forward'

EU Ambassador to the United States Joao Vale de Almeida told Jeffrey Brown an agreement among eurozone nations that includes creating a bank rescue fund is a "major step forward" in solving the region's debt crisis.

PBS NewsHour | EU Ambassador on Debt Crisis Deal:
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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Judge Weighs Granting Bond in Zimmerman Case

In other news Friday, a Florida judge began weighing for a second time whether to grant bond to George Zimmerman, the man accused of killing Trayvon Martin. Also, Congress passed a bill that would hold down interest rates on student loans.

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Judge Weighs Granting Bond in Zimmerman Case
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PBS Presents | Monarchy, "Inside the Firm" - Preview

Listen in as the queen's children talk frankly about the roles they were born into and the challenges of royal life. 7/9/2012

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FRONTLINE | HIV, Stigma & The Black Church

Two Birmingham, Ala.pastors have very different approaches when it comes to addressing HIV. This clip is from FRONTLINE's "Endgame: AIDS in Black America," which airs Tues., July 10 on PBS.

FRONTLINE | HIV, Stigma & The Black Church
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PBS NewsHour | Obama Visits Colorado's Wildfire Sites

President Obama traveled to Colorado to assess the damages wreaked by record-breaking wildfires. One person has died in the fires and more than 300 homes were destroyed.

PBS NewsHour | Obama Visits Colorado
PBS NewsHour | Obama Visits Colorado's Wildfire Sites

PBS NewsHour | Friday, June 29, 2012

Tonight on the program, we examine the ongoing wildfires in Colorado as President Obama visited sites of the destruction. Also: we talk to the EU Ambassador to the United States about the bank rescue plan, we get more reactions on the Supreme Court's health care ruling, Mark Shields and Michael Gerson analyze the week's news, a photographer captures photos of violence-stricken Juarez, Mexico.

PBS NewsHour | Friday, June 29, 2012
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PBS NewsHour | Eurozone Leaders Agree to Bail Out and Supervise Banks

After tough negotiations, eurozone nations brokered a deal to use a bailout fund to recapitalize banks in European Union states and establish a supervisory mechanism for banks. James Mates of Independent Television News provides a report.

PBS NewsHour | Eurozone Leaders Agree to Bail Out and Supervise Banks
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PBS NewsHour | Mexican Photographer Captures Shades of Juarez

In the next in a series of reports from Mexico, photographer and Juarez resident Julian Cardona speaks with Margaret Warner about how the border city is struggling with violent criminal cartels.

PBS NewsHour | Mexican Photographer Captures Shades of Juarez
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Great Performances | GP at the Met: Manon

Star soprano Anna Netrebko sings her first Met performances of the title role in Manon, Massenet's opera about a country girl with conflicting desires for love and luxury who is drawn into a life of glamorous -- but hollow -- Parisian sophistication. Manon airs on THIRTEEN's Great Performances at the Met Sunday, August 5 at 12 p.m. on PBS (check local listings).

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Tavis Smiley | Singer-songwriter Eddie Levert

The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer reflects on 50 years with the O'Jays, fatherhood and losing his sons; he also talks about his debut solo album, "I Still Have It."

Tavis Smiley | Singer-songwriter Eddie Levert
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PBS NewsHour | In Mexico, Some Voters Voice Discontent With Ruling Party

Margaret Warner reports from a polling site in the Condesa neighborhood of Mexico City, where some voters expressed "disaffection" with the ruling party on security and the economy.

PBS NewsHour | In Mexico, Some Voters Voice Discontent With Ruling Party
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PBS NewsHour | Thursday, July 5, 2012

Tonight on the program, we examine the battle of the presidential campaigns and Mitt Romney's new stance on the individual mandate of the health care law as a tax. Also: a report evaluates Japan's Fukushima disaster, the battle over medicaid on a state level, dangers of politician's words being instantly available on the internet, free college credits in high school, and storyteller Jack Hitt.

PBS NewsHour | Thursday, July 5, 2012
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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Japanese Cloisonné Palace Vase

Check out David P. McCarron's appraisal of a Japanese cloisonné palace vase.

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Gold Nugget Bracelet, ca. 1885

Check out Barry Webber's appraisal of a gold nugget bracelet, ca. 1885, in Vintage Secaucus.

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