Saturday, July 21, 2012

Global Voices | Filmmakers Follow Stories from Behind the Burka

In this video companion piece to the Global Voices documentary, I Was Worth 50 Sheep, director Nima Sarvestani and producer Maryam Ebrahimi explain what led them to follow the stories "behind the burka," from women who are not typically allowed to speak up about their experiences of abuse.

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Washington Week | July 20, 2012

A horrific mass shooting at a movie theatre near Denver, Colorado. The campaigns talk about tax history and economic policy as attack ads from both campaigns intensify. And the fighting in Syria spreads to Damascus as the rebels achieve new victories. Joining Gwen: Pierre Thomas, ABC News; Karen Tumulty, The Washington Post; Jeff Zeleny, The New York Times; Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times.

Washington Week | July 20, 2012
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American Masters | Marilyn Monroe: Nude

Leif-Erik Nygards' one photograph of Marilyn Monroe. Nygards was an assistant to photographer Bert Stern. Following a shoot, Nygards asked for the privilege to take just one picture: he got more than he asked for.

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PBS NewsHour | As Crisis Deepens, Thousands Flee Syria to Escape Violence

After the bloodiest day of fighting since the Syrian uprising began 16 months ago, Syrian rebels have taken control of several key border checkpoints. As the crisis deepens, thousands of civilians have crossed those borders, fleeing to neighboring Lebanon and Iraq. Lindsey Hilsum of Independent Television News reports.

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Global Voices | Turning Poachers into Preservationists in Africa

Everyone has seen a nature documentary with a ferocious kill on the Serengeti Plain. Well, here's a different story about villagers navigating the dangers and costs of living with wildlife. The Maasai of Kenya and Namibia's Himba people are vying to share a piece of the eco-tourism pie. But can they fulfill the expectations of Westerners without abandoning their native culture?

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PBS NewsHour | Brooks, Dionne, Woodruff on Campaign Strategy, Gun Control

New York Times columnist David Brooks, Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne, Judy Woodruff and Jeffrey Brown discuss positive-versus-negative campaign strategy, the future of American capitalism and whether gun control will become a campaign issue in light of the mass shooting at a Colorado movie theater.

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Foyle's War | BLEAK MIDWINTER, PART 1

When a young woman dies in an apparent accident at a munitions factory, a coworker asks Foyle to investigate, saying the victim was upset in the days just before her death and talked of it being wrong to steal. Part 1 of 2

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Foyle's War | BLEAK MIDWINTER, PART 1

PBS NewsHour | Activists Want Smart Meters Gone, Say They're Bad for Health

Within the next five years, it is expected that nearly 65 million homes in the U.S. will have wireless smart meters. But some California environmentalists, liberals, Tea Party supporters and other activists are not enthused by this. At the heart of the debate is whether smart meters can cause illness. Spencer Michels reports.

PBS NewsHour | Activists Want Smart Meters Gone, Say They
PBS NewsHour | Activists Want Smart Meters Gone, Say They're Bad for Health

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Spain Passes Austerity to Fix Debt Crisis

In other news Friday, Spaniards gathered in 80 Spanish cities to protest austerity measures. Also, the U.S. Treasury Department warns benchmarks for global interest rates are still flawed. This announcement comes three weeks after Barclays Bank admitted to falsifying 2007 and 2008 information on borrowing costs.

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Independent Lens | Half the Sky: Rape is Civil War's Legacy in Sierra Leone

Dr. Olabisi Cole works at the Kenema Rainbo Center in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Her work there involves caring for girls and women who have been victims of sexual violence. Dr. Cole lived in Sierra Leone during the Civil War and discusses how rape and violence became part of the mainstream culture during that time period and how since, little has been done to stop it.

Independent Lens | Half the Sky: Rape is Civil War
Independent Lens | Half the Sky: Rape is Civil War's Legacy in Sierra Leone

POV | The Light in Her Eyes: Update with Enas

In July 2012, The Light In Her Eyes subject Enas gave POV an update on her life since the start of the Syrian uprising.

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PBS NewsHour | AIDS Conference Returns to U.S. For First Time Since 1990

Ray Suarez talks to Dr. Diane Havlir, U.S. Co-Chair of AIDS 2012 and Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco and Joseph Elias, Global Village Coordinator, about the AIDS Conference being held in Washington D.C. and how the gathering hopes they can 'begin to end the AIDS epidemic.'

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PBS NewsHour | Tragedy as 12 Killed, 59 Wounded in Colorado Shooting

A premiere of "The Dark Knight Rises" in suburban Colorado turned into a mass murder scene. A gunman fired upon the audience, killing 12 people and wounding 59 others. Tom Bearden reports from Colorado. Then, Ray Suarez speaks with Associated Press reporter Peter Banda who recounts the scene of the crime as it unfolded.

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PBS NewsHour | Loved Ones Reconnect with Shooting Victims at High School

When chaos broke out at a Century Theatre in Aurora, Colo., after a gunman open fired, nearby Gateway High School became a staging area for police operations. Ray Suarez talks with The Denver Post's Kurtis Lee, who reported from the high school as friends and loved ones reconnected with victims and witnesses.

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Washington Week | Webcast Extra - July 20, 2012

On the Webcast Extra: Michele Bachmann incited some controversy this week when she, along with four other Republicans, accused Hillary Clinton's advisor Huma Abedin of ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. John McCain came to her defense. Also, as the campaign continues, our panelists speculate the list of Romney's potential VP pick.

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History Detectives | Preview: Clint Black's book of posters - Preview

Uncover information about Clint Black's book of posters, a slide of Bettie Page and the original Hollywood sign. 7/24/2012

History Detectives | Preview: Clint Black
History Detectives | Preview: Clint Black's book of posters - Preview

Masterpiece | MASTERPIECE 2012 Primetime Emmy Award Nominations

Celebrate MASTERPIECE's 37 nominations for the 2012 Primetime Emmy Awards!

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Mindfulness Going Mainstream

In the U.S. in recent years, mindfulness meditation has become a mainstream stress reducer, widely practiced in schools, corporations, and even by a Member of Congress.

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Global Voices | An Afghan Girl Fights for Her Freedom

Following a long practiced tradition in Afghanistan, 10-year-old Sabere was sold to a man in his fifties. For the next six years she was both slave and wife, miscarrying four times. Now at sixteen, she is fighting for her freedom.

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Need To Know | Need to Know 7/20/12

On this week's episode of Need to Know, our team traveled deep into the mountains of central Mexico to speak with a woman who says she was sexually assaulted by a Border Patrol officer. Later, correspondant John Larson speaks with a former Border Patrol agent turned whistleblower, who describes deplorable conditions in detention centers.

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Friday, July 20, 2012

Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Syria Monastery

The Syrian desert monastery Deir Mar Musa, 50 miles southwest of Homs, was once a center of pilgrimage and interfaith dialogue. Now, the Catholic priest who leads the monastery has been expelled from Syria and the future of the ministry is uncertain. Correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro visited before the violence erupted and reports on the work once done at Deir Mar Musa.

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American Masters | Marilyn Monroe: Street Scenes

Marilyn Monroe still surrounds us: store windows, building sides, restaurants, art. Voices: Bob Henriquez (photographer), Patty Bosworth (writer), Gloria Steinem (writer/activist), Leon Constantiner (collector) Amy Greene (first wife of photographer Milton Greene).

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Global Voices | An English Neurosurgeon in the Ukraine

In the early 1990s, British neurosurgeon Henry Marsh traveled to Kiev, Ukraine and was horrified by its medieval brain surgical procedures. The Emmy Award-winning film, The English Surgeon looks at the dilemmas of the doctor-patient relationship and the moral choices of modern medicine.

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Masterpiece | A Scene from Inspector Lewis: The Indelible Stain

Watch an exclusive scene from Inspector Lewis: The Indelible Stain, premiering Sunday, July 29, 2012 on Masterpiece Mystery at 9pm ET/CT. Check local listings.

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Olympic Ramadan Fasting

The world's more than 1.5 billion Muslims have begun observing the holy month of Ramadan, when they fast every day from dawn to sunset and offer special prayers and gifts to the poor. But what about Muslim athletes at the Olympic Games, which are set to open in London this coming week? Should they participate in the fast? And if they do, will it affect their chances of winning a medal?

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American Masters | Marilyn Monroe: Darkroom (silent)

A silent short, developing a Marilyn Monroe photograph. (Photo by Roy Schatt.)

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Need To Know | Crossing the Line

In the rush to stem the tide of undocumented immigrants, has Border Patrol committed widespread abuse on American soil? A former Border Patrol agent blows the whistle on unacceptable conditions in detention centers, including massive over-crowding and detainees who claim they were deprived of food and water.

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Need To Know | Web exclusive: Interview with Andrea Guerrero

Following the two-year anniversary of Anastasio Hernandez Rojas' death, Need to Know sits down with Andrea Guerrero, Executive Director of the Equality Alliance. In an emotional interview, Guerrero speaks about her work advocating for justice in the Hernandez Rojas case.

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PBS NewsHour | 'We're Going to Find Out How Bad Climate Change Really Is'

Stand-up economist Yoram Bauman went to China recently, studying climate change and sending occasional video dispatches to us. I spent some time in China in 2005, reporting on the country's growing economy. So I was particularly interested to hear Yoram's thoughts on how China (and the rest of us) are playing a role in increased carbon emissions, presumably making the world a hotter place to live.

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PBS NewsHour | 'We're Going to Find Out How Bad Climate Change Really Is'

History Detectives | Preview: Civil War pistols, K.K.K records

Learn the real stories behind a set of Civil War-era pistols, K.K.K. Records and a battered Ampeg B-15 amp. 7/24/2012

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POV | The Light in Her Eyes

Houda al-Habash, a conservative Muslim preacher, founded a Qur'an school for girls in Damascus, Syria, 30 years ago. Every summer, her students immerse themselves in a rigorous study of Islam. A surprising cultural shift is underway - women are claiming space within the mosque. Shot right before the uprising in Syria erupted, 'The Light in Her Eyes' offers an extraordinary portrait of a leader.

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The Open Mind | Immortal Bird

Author Doron Weber discusses his book Immortal Bird: A Family Memoir.

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Independent Lens | Half the Sky: Kristof Brings Awareness to Cambodian Airwaves

Nicholas Kristof and Somaly Mam's Voices for Change agent Eam Chhai Voeurn go on a local radio show to discuss sex trafficking in Cambodia. While on the show, Eam asks Kristof for suggestions on achieving change and making the public more aware of sex trafficking as a problem.

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Tavis Smiley | Architect Frank Gehry - Part 1

The iconic architect tells stories of his childhood and youth, which include failing an art class in college, and explains his use of art and music in architecture.

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Netfiles | Netfiles Winter Edition 2012

Online photos & flash books, free audio books , NASA, Wikipanion, Map Skills, Cyberbully

Netfiles | Netfiles Winter Edition 2012
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PBS NewsHour | Climate Change Strikes Especially Hard Blow to Native Americ

Native Americans make up about one percent of the United States population, but they manage more than 95 million acres of land. Their reservations lie in some of the most diverse ecosystems in the country, ranging from Alaska to the coasts of Florida. And they are often on the frontlines of America's climate-related dangers.

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PBS NewsHour | In Washington, A Fight Against HIV

AIDS is not a foreign sickness to the residents of Washington, D.C. According to U.N. statistics, the HIV infection rate there is higher than five countries in Africa. Ray Suarez assesses the challenges in testing for HIV and treating AIDS in the nation's capital.

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Global Voices | Tracing the Fate of Argentina's Disappeared

They dreamed of a revolution that would transform Argentina. But what exactly happened to this hopeful generation who suddenly "disappeared"? Thirty years after leaving his native country of Argentina, director Juan Mandelbaum discovers that a former college girlfriend was among the thousands abducted, tortured and "disappeared" during the country's military dictatorship from 1976 to 1983.

Global Voices | Tracing the Fate of Argentina
Global Voices | Tracing the Fate of Argentina's Disappeared

PBS NewsHour | Infection Rates Down & Optimism High Before AIDS Conference

Some 25,000 scientists, political leaders, and advocates are expected to gather in Washington, D.C., next week for the world's largest AIDS meeting. Gwen Ifill talks with UNAIDS' Michel Sidibe about the successes and continuing challenges to treat and prevent HIV and AIDS.

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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Bulgaria Suicide Bomber Had Fake Michigan License

In other news Thursday, Bulgarian officials announced that the suicide bomber responsible for Wednesday's bus attack in Burgas had a fake Michigan driver's license. Also, organizers of the London Olympics fear huge delays at Heathrow Airport as British border guards announce a 24-hour strike for the eve of the Games.

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Bulgaria Suicide Bomber Had Fake Michigan License
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POV | The Light in Her Eyes: A Recitation's Personal Meaning

A Qur'an student recites a sura, then explans why this sura has special meaning for her

POV | The Light in Her Eyes: A Recitation
POV | The Light in Her Eyes: A Recitation's Personal Meaning

Netfiles | Netfiles Spring Edition 2012

B T Washington High Geometry, Dr. Seuss social media tips, texting privacy, iBook apps

Netfiles | Netfiles Spring Edition 2012
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PBS NewsHour | China, Russia Veto U.N. Sanctions Resolution Against Syria

Despite harsh condemnation from other members of the U.N. Security Council, China and Russia vetoed a resolution that would have pressured Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime to end violence against the uprising there. A Russian official said the measure would give Western countries leverage in overturning the government.

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PBS NewsHour | Fears Mount Over Assad's Stockpiles of Chemical Weapons

In addition to the diplomatic tension with China and Russia, reports that some of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's chemical weapon stockpiles were recently moved have increased fears. Jeffrey Brown talks to Leonard Spector of the Monterey Institute of International Studies and Julian Barnes of The Wall Street Journal.

PBS NewsHour | Fears Mount Over Assad
PBS NewsHour | Fears Mount Over Assad's Stockpiles of Chemical Weapons

PBS NewsHour | Thursday, July 19, 2012

Tonight on the program, our coverage of the conflict in Syria as reports surface that suggest President Bashar al-Assad's may use chemical weapon to combat rebels. Also: Single-drug lethal injection in Texas execution, optimism in preventing and treating AIDS, fighting stigma in Washington to treat and prevent HIV, and Native American tribes convene to discuss tribal answers to climate change.

PBS NewsHour | Thursday, July 19, 2012
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Independent Lens | Can a Church Preach Love and Discriminate at the Same Time?

Gene Robinson is a man whose two primary passions are in direct conflict: his love for God and for his partner Mark. Robinson is the first openly gay person to become a bishop in the historic traditions of Christendom. His consecration by the Episcopal Church in 2003, to which he wore a bullet-proof vest, caused an international stir.

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PBS NewsHour | Native American Communities Plan for Climate Change Future

Native Americans from Maine to Washington state convened for a conference this week at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian. Their goal: To discuss the effects of climate change on tribal communities. Hari Sreenivasan reports.

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Great Performances | Tanglewood 75th Anniversary Celebration Preview

The concert features the BSO, Boston Pops Orchestra and Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra, under the direction of conductors John Williams, Keith Lockhart and Andris Nelsons. Performances by pianists Emanuel Ax and Peter Serkin, cellist Yo-Yo Ma, violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter and vocalist James Taylor. Tanglewood 75th Anniversary Celebration premieres Friday, August 10 at 9pm(check local listings).

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Independent Lens | Every 90 Seconds, a Mother Dies Giving Birth

All around the world, women are dying of causes which could have been prevented. Edna Adan, founder of a maternity hospital in Somaliland, discusses her backstory and what led her to become an agent of change in this Half the Sky Movement awareness campaign video.

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Independent Lens | Half the Sky: Meg Ryan Visits Cambodia's Toul Kork Road

Meg Ryan navigates the maze-like neighborhoods of Toul Kork, a poverty-stricken district in the Phnom Penh municipality of Cambodia, to meet the prostitutes that Somaly Mam -- a Cambodian human rights and anti-sex trafficking advocate -- has worked with. Mam is a source of inspiration and strength for these women, but encounters frequent difficulties in helping them overcome their circumstances.

Independent Lens | Half the Sky: Meg Ryan Visits Cambodia
Independent Lens | Half the Sky: Meg Ryan Visits Cambodia's Toul Kork Road