Saturday, July 28, 2012

Julia Child: Cooking With Master Chefs | Foie gras with Jean-Louis Palladin

The featured chef for this episode is Jean-Louis Palladin, who has his own resturant at The Watergate. He prepares foie gras (duck liver) with poached apples and then roasts a duck breast over a fireplace and with it prepares sauteed porcini mushrooms.

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Star Gazers | Viva Las Vega - 5min

Star Gazers Five Minute #12-35 Aug 27 - Sept 2, 2012 All you want to know about the star Vega

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Washington Week | July 27, 2012

Mitt Romney has a rocky start to his overseas trip while the campaigns debate foreign policy and the role of government in private business. Legal challenges facing state voter ID laws. And who is making money from the Presidential campaigns? Joining Gwen: Dan Balz, The Washington Post; Laura Meckler, The Wall Street Journal; Robert Barnes, The Washington Post; Jeanne Cummings, Bloomberg News.

Washington Week | July 27, 2012
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Prof. Colleen McDannell Extended Interview

What does it mean to be in the modern world? "Renewal and adaptation-that's where all of the controversy comes."

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Federal Mahogany Side Chair

In Vintage Pittsburgh, Leslie Keno appraises a federal mahogany side chair.

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Need To Know | Interview: Rachel Schneider

Under and unbanked households - those who don't fully utilize or don't have access to traditional banking services - spend an estimated $45 billion dollars annually on financial fees and interest. Rachel Schneider studies the financial habits of households like these and talks to Ray Suarez about what can be done to improve the financial lives of low and middle-income consumers.

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PBS NewsHour | Friday, July 27, 2012

Tonight on the program, we examine the slow growth of the U.S. economy and reactions from around the spectrum. Also: Colorado shooter James Holmes allegedly saw a Schizophrenia expert, the Summer Olympics start in London, Shields and Brooks analyze the week's news, and how a murder investigation has affected China's Communist Party.

PBS NewsHour | Friday, July 27, 2012
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PBS NewsHour | Alleged Colorado Shooter Saw Schizophrenia Expert

Lawyers defending alleged shooter James Holmes stated Holmes sent a notebook with violent drawings of a mass killing to Lynne Fenton, a psychiatrist and schizophrenia expert, who met with Holmes in weeks prior to the shootings. Margaret Warner talks to Washington Post's Carol Leonnig about how mental health will affect the case.

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PBS NewsHour | Hosting the Olympic Games: Is it Worth the Hassle?

For Britain, money, reputation and national pride all hang upon the success of the 2012 London Olympics. But in the end, will it all be worth it? Ray Suarez speaks with Andrew Zimbalist of Smith College about whether the investments and preparations pay off for host countries of Olympic Games.

PBS NewsHour | Hosting the Olympic Games: Is it Worth the Hassle?
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PBS NewsHour | Double Header: Shields and Brooks on the Veepstakes

In this week's Double Header Christina Bellantoni with Shields and Brooks discuss politics and sports.

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PBS NewsHour | Chinese Politician's Wife Charged for Murder of Businessman

Gu Kulai, a lawyer, businesswoman and wife of a fallen Chinese politico, has been officially charged for murdering Neil Heywood last November. Investigation reports released this week state that conflicts over economic interests were the motive for the crime. Margaret Warner reports.

PBS NewsHour | Chinese Politician
PBS NewsHour | Chinese Politician's Wife Charged for Murder of Businessman

Washington Week | Webcast Extra - July 27, 2012

On the Webcast Extra: In the wake of the CO shootings, the debate over gun control continues. But with little support for it in Congress, will anything change? Also, a look at the relationships between Supreme Court Justices. Plus, local TV stations profit considerably from campaign ads.

Washington Week | Webcast Extra - July 27, 2012
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PBS NewsHour | Murder Scandal Causes Fallout in China's Communist Party

A year ago, Bo Xilai had been a rising Chinese politician in Chongqing Party. But all that changed after his wife was implicated and now indicted for the murder of British businessman Neil Heywood. Margaret Warner talks to the Atlantic's James Fallows about the impact the trial will have on Chinese leadership in the near future.

PBS NewsHour | Murder Scandal Causes Fallout in China
PBS NewsHour | Murder Scandal Causes Fallout in China's Communist Party

PBS NewsHour | U.S. Economic Growth Continues at Sluggish Pace

The Commerce Department's economic report this week was cautiously positive, with 1.5 percent growth of annual GDP. But with unemployment rates stagnant and consumer spending down, anxiety remains. Judy Woodruff talks to David Wessel of the Wall Street Journal and Mark Zandi of Moody's Analytics on the U.S economic forecast .

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Star Gazers | How To Watch This Weekend's Meteor Shower - 1min

Star Gazers One Minute #12-32M Aug 6 -12, 2012 How to watch the best meteor shower of the year.

Star Gazers | How To Watch This Weekend
Star Gazers | How To Watch This Weekend's Meteor Shower - 1min

PBS NewsHour | Shields and Brooks on Economic Forecast, Campaign Ads

Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks discuss the week's top political news, including the effect of decelerating economic growth on campaign politics, Mitt Romney's overseas trip to London, Israel and Poland and recent Republican and Democrat campaign ad strategies.

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P.O.V (reminder!)

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Churchill Series (reminder!)

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The three-episode series explores myths surrounding the Churchill legend, arguably the greatest Englishman of the 20th century.Monday starting @ 8 p.m. - Airing: 7/30/2012


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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | News Roundup

National religion reporter David Gibson says a faith-versus-works debate is underway over the Colorado shooting. Does evil just happen, or can we repair the world?

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Star Gazers | The Cat and the Scorpion - 5min

Star Gazers 5 Minute #12-34 Aug 20 - 26, 2012" "The two tail stars in Scorpius"

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Masterpiece Mystery! (reminder!)

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Lewis is drawn into a darker side of Oxford while investigating the death of a suburban babysitter. Saturday beginning @ 9 p.m. - Airing: 7/28/2012


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PBS NewsHour | AIDS Conference Ends With Hope for Cure Building

The International AIDS Conference in Washington wrapped Friday with a new phrase on the lips of many: "functional cure." But just how close is the world to an AIDS-free generation? Ray Suarez discusses the gaps between aspirations and hard realities to cure AIDS with Science magazine's Jon Cohen and GlobalPost's John Donnelly.

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Islamic Art Galleries

The many works on view at the Met in New York demonstrate how artistic motifs were shared and used by people of different faiths in different regions over the centuries.

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Friday, July 27, 2012

History Detectives | The Motown Bottom Line

Our contributor's heart skipped a beat when he came across a battered Ampeg B-15 amp with the name "James Jamerson" stenciled on the side. Jamerson, the man who's bass line drove the Motown sound, was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2000. Now the museum might want to display the amp, but only if Eduardo Pagán can prove Jamerson owned it.

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Need To Know | American Voices: Mae Watson Grote

Poverty in America is at a 52-year high with 46.2 million people living in poverty, according to income thresholds used in the 2010 national Census.

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POV | Up Heartbreak Hill

Thomas and Tamara are track stars at their rural New Mexico high school. Like many teenagers, they are torn between the lure of brighter futures elsewhere and the ties that bind them to home. For these teens, however, home is an impoverished town on the Navajo reservation, and leaving means separating from family, tradition and the land that has been theirs for generations.

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Need To Know | Hard choices

One family in Newark, N.J. keeps a monthly financial diary of expenditures, which demonstrates the difficult choices made each day by Americans living on the outskirts of the mainstream financial system.

Need To Know | Hard choices
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PBS KIDS Previews | The Cat in the Hat: Stuck Like a Fly in a Web

Stuck Like a Fly in a Web

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Foyle's War | BLEAK MIDWINTER, PART 2

Because Milner offers no alibi for the time period when his wife was bludgeoned to death in an alley, and her blood has been found on a shirt of his, the police sergeant is detained as a suspect. Now it is up to Sam and Foyle to find out how the two dead women are connected and catch the killer to prove Milner's innocence. Part 2 of 2

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Foyle's War | BLEAK MIDWINTER, PART 2

History Detectives | Clint Black's Book of Rogues

Fifteen years ago, country music star Clint Black received a crumbling, faded scrapbook as a gift from his wife. The cover reads "1909" and inside Clint found hundreds of clippings for lost and wanted men from the early 20th century. Clint asks Elyse to find out the purpose behind this book and more about the Sheriff who used it.

History Detectives | Clint Black
History Detectives | Clint Black's Book of Rogues

Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Pre-Columbian Style Mask

Watch John A. Buxton's appraisal of a pre-Columbian style mask, in Vintage Pittsburgh.

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History Detectives | Civil War Derringers

Antiques Roadshow appraiser Christopher Mitchell says this Civil War era matched gun set is worth as much as $30,000. But if the holder can find out about the original owner the guns could be worth much more. Hunting for the man behind these pistols takes host Wes Cowan to a Civil War border state torn between loyalties to the blue and the gray.

History Detectives | Civil War Derringers
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PBS NewsHour | Thursday, July 26, 2012

Tonight on the program, Syrian rebels prepare for a massive military operation aimed at retaking the city of Aleppo. Also: Counting down to the start of the 2012 Olympic Games, what social media users think about Mitt Romney, serving up Asian carp to prevent the species' growth, and examining the effectiveness of the American Disability Act, now 22 years old.

PBS NewsHour | Thursday, July 26, 2012
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POV | Mobile Exclusive: Sin País

Winner of a Student Academy Award®, 'Sin País (Without Country)' explores one family's complex and emotional journey involving deportation.

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PBS NewsHour | On Syrian-Turkish Border, 'Underdog' Rebels Have Carved Out

Pockets of Syria have fallen under the control of rebel fighters, the anti-Assad opposition forces known as the Syrian Free Army. Judy Woodruff speaks to NPR's Kelly McEvers about her recent trip to five towns along the Turkish border in rural Syria.

PBS NewsHour | On Syrian-Turkish Border,
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PBS NewsHour | Social Media Users React to Romney's Comments on Olympics

Mitt Romney traveled to the U.K. this week on a tour to bolster his foreign policy credentials. But Romney stumbled when he made comments doubting London's capability to host the Games. Daily Download's Lauren Ashburn and Howard Kurtz talk to Margaret Warner about what social media users think about Mitt Romney's trip so far.

PBS NewsHour | Social Media Users React to Romney
PBS NewsHour | Social Media Users React to Romney's Comments on Olympics

PBS NewsHour | Syrian Rebels Brace for Government Advance

Syrian troops have positioned themselves on the edge of Aleppo, preparing to retake the city from rebel control. In response, rebels have reinforced their weapons stockpiles for the expected assault. Meanwhile, Aleppo's three million civilians are caught between the two forces. Independent Television News' Alex Thomson reports.

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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: U.S. Drought Expected to Hike Up Food Prices

In other news Thursday, the Department of Agriculture announced it expects food prices will rise this year and next because of extreme drought conditions affecting large portions of the U.S. Also, the wife of an ousted official in China's ruling Communist party was charged with murdering a British businessman.

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: U.S. Drought Expected to Hike Up Food Prices
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Star Gazers | Two Planets - 5min

Star Gazers #12-33 5 Minute Aug 13 - 19, 2012 "Mars and Saturn at night and Jupiter and Venus in the morning sky

Star Gazers | Two Planets - 5min
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PBS NewsHour | Severe Drought Kills Hopes of Record Corn Harvest

The drought gripping the Midwest will send food prices up next year, according to a report released Wednesday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Hari Sreenevasan spoke Thursday with Richard Volpe, research economist for the USDA. The USDA had predicted that this would be the largest corn harvest on record, but Volpe says that prediction has been revised.

PBS NewsHour | Severe Drought Kills Hopes of Record Corn Harvest
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PBS NewsHour | Food Prices Rise Across the US Due to Drought

The drought gripping the Midwest is affecting 88 percent of the country's corn crop and will send food prices up next year, according to a report released Wednesday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Hari Sreenevasan spoke Thursday with Richard Volpe, research economist for the USDA. We asked if prices will rise equally across the country or hit particular regions harder than others.

PBS NewsHour | Food Prices Rise Across the US Due to Drought
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Thursday, July 26, 2012

PBS NewsHour | Severe Drought to Drive Up Food Prices

The drought gripping the Midwest is affecting 88 percent of the country's corn crop and will send food prices up next year, according to a report released Wednesday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Hari Sreenevasan spoke Thursday with Richard Volpe, research economist for the USDA. He began by asking how the drought will impact the global economy.

PBS NewsHour | Severe Drought to Drive Up Food Prices
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History Detectives | Preview: Native American clothing, a Lincoln signature

Learn the truth about an evocative symbol, a swatch of fabric, Native American clothing and a Lincoln signature.

History Detectives | Preview: Native American clothing, a Lincoln signature
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POV | I'm Carolyn Parker: Filmmaker Interview with Jonathan Demme

Jonthan Demme talks with POV about the subject of his portrait documentary 'I'm Carolyn Parker: The Good, the Mad, and the Beautiful.' The film follows Carolyn as she tries to rebuild and stand her ground for the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans which was devastated by Hurricane Katrina. Demme discusses the filmmaking techniques he used to make the story both personal and universal.

POV | I
POV | I'm Carolyn Parker: Filmmaker Interview with Jonathan Demme

Flicks | Kathryn McCormick and Ryan Guzman for "Step Up Revolution"

Kathryn McCormick and Ryan Guzman talk with Patrick Stoner about the value of pain in dance training for "Step Up Revolution".

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Medal Quest | Ileana Rodriguez: "I'm asking you to swim!"

Ileana Rodriguez was a dancer in Cuba before a spinal cord injury. "All of us have challenges in our life," she says, as she remembers two teachers who made a difference: the high school coach who saw she was an athlete, and the Paralympics coach who pushed her to top-level competition.

Medal Quest | Ileana Rodriguez: "I

Star Gazers | The Cat and the Scorpion - 1min

Star Gazers 5 Minute #12-34 Aug 20 - 26, 2012 The two tail stars in Scorpius

Star Gazers | The Cat and the Scorpion - 1min
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PBS NewsHour | Syrian Regime 'Relentless' in Attack

Fighting continued for a fifth day in the Syrian city of Aleppo. Reports and footage reveal that alongside rebels, al-Qaida fighters are present on the battlefront. Independent Television News' Alex Thomson reports on the evidence that suggests al-Qaida might be using the Syrian revolution for its own devices.

PBS NewsHour | Syrian Regime
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PBS NewsHour | Where Detroit Industry Has Floundered, Art Scene Flourishes

In Detroit, where the population has dropped by 2 million, abandoned and neglected buildings are a normal sight. But look more closely, and beautiful murals and graffiti appear everywhere. Correspondent Spencer Michels reports on how artists, flocking to the city, are helping to spark the ailing economy.

PBS NewsHour | Where Detroit Industry Has Floundered, Art Scene Flourishes
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PBS NewsHour | Greenland Goes Green: Ice Sheet Melted in Four Days

On July 8, NASA satellite imagery showed about 40 percent of Greenland's top ice layer intact. By July 12, only four days later, 97 percent of the ice had melted. Margaret Warner asks NASA's Thomas Wagner for scientific explanation of the massive thaw.

PBS NewsHour | Greenland Goes Green: Ice Sheet Melted in Four Days
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