Saturday, August 11, 2012

Washington Week | August 10, 2012

New polls show that the presidential race is as close as ever. Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama campaign in key swing states as the campaigns and super PACs release more controversial advertisements. Also, when will Romney pick his running mate? Joining Gwen: Jeff Zeleny, The New York Times; Beth Reinhard, National Journal; John Harwood, CNBC and The New York Times.

Washington Week | August 10, 2012
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PBS NewsHour | London 2012 Olympic Games Near Finish Line

Jeffrey Brown reports on the most memorable moments in the 2012 Olympic Games -- from U.S. women's soccer gold medal and Michael Phelps' medal count to Usain Bolt's back-to back wins in the men's 100 and 200 meter dashes.

PBS NewsHour | London 2012 Olympic Games Near Finish Line
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PBS NewsHour | Book Examines Varied 'Tapestry' of Michelle Obama's Ancestry

When Rachel Swarns began research on First Lady Michelle Obama's American lineage, she discovered remarkable family sagas, including the story of Mrs. Obama's white great-great-great-grandfather. Gwen Ifill talks to New York Times' Rachel Swarns about her new book on the genealogy of Michelle Obama, "American Tapestry."

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PBS NewsHour | Book Examines Varied 'Tapestry' of Michelle Obama's Ancestry

PBS NewsHour | 2012 Olympics in Review

The London Games will be remembered for many firsts, like women's boxing and 'blade runner' Oscar Pistorius racing for South Africa. Olympians pushed the limits of athleticism, breaking more world records. Jeffrey Brown talks to USA Today's Christine Brennan about the most memorable moments of the 2012 Summer Olympics.

PBS NewsHour | 2012 Olympics in Review
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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: DOJ Will Not Prosecute Goldman Sachs

In other news Friday, the Department of Justice issued a statement that they will not go forward with prosecutions of Wall Street firm Goldman Sachs, due to a lack of evidence to support financial fraud allegations. Also, Sikh mourners held a memorial service for the six people killed in a shooting at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin.

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: DOJ Will Not Prosecute Goldman Sachs
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Baking With Julia | Pita Bread and Lamb with Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid

Chefs Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid make a Mediterranean feast beginning with Pita Bread.

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PBS NewsHour | Friday, August 10, 2012

Tonight on the program, we examine the ongoing drought and the major effects it has had on corn and soybean crops. Also: analyzing the energy situation in the United States, a look at Michelle Obama's American ancestry, Ruth Marcus and Michael Gerson analyze the week's political news, and one last look at the Olympics as the games reach the finish line.

PBS NewsHour | Friday, August 10, 2012
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PBS NewsHour | Marcus and Gerson on Negative Campaign Ads, Polling Shifts

Washington Post columnists Ruth Marcus and Michael Gerson discuss the week's top political news with Judy Woodruff, including recent negative campaign ads, the shifts in polling, and Mitt Romney's anticipated vice-presidential announcement.

PBS NewsHour | Marcus and Gerson on Negative Campaign Ads, Polling Shifts
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Washington Week | Webcast Extra - August 10, 2012

On the Webcast Extra: With less than 90 days until the Presidential election, some big landmarks are coming up. The Presidential and VP debates will be closely watched, with the potential to reach the largest number of voters. Will Sarah Palin have a role for the GOP? Plus, what speakers will be featured at the Republican and Democratic National Conventions?

Washington Week | Webcast Extra - August 10, 2012
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Great Performances | Tanglewood 75th Anniversary Celebration

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. Watch the full episode.

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Need To Know | Interview: Matthew Pawa

Maria Hinojosa talks with environmental lawyer Matthew Pawa, who has become a pioneer in bringing lawsuits based on damage allegedly caused by greenhouse gas emissions.

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PBS NewsHour | Weighing Pros and Cons of Increased Oil and Gas Production

Two years ago, the U.S imported two-thirds of its oil. Now, imports are less than half of U.S. oil needs. Jeffrey Brown talks to National Resources Defense Council's Kate Sinding and the Manhattan Institute's Robert Bryce about increased domestic energy production and whether economic benefits outweigh environmental concerns.

PBS NewsHour | Weighing Pros and Cons of Increased Oil and Gas Production
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AGATHA CHRISTIE'S POIROT (reminder!)

Coming up on NHPTV - AGATHA CHRISTIE'S POIROT
David Suchet returns as the cunning Hercule Poirot in this marathon of mystery!Saturday @ 8 p.m. - Airing: 8/11/2012


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NEW HAMPSHIRE CELEBRATES JULIA CHILD (reminder!)

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We're celebrating the icons 100th birthday with help from Durham, NH's own Mary Ann Esposito, host of CIAO ITALIA.Wednesday @ 8 p.m. - Airing: 8/15/2012


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Market Warriors (reminder!)

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The pickers must find art glass at the largest outdoor market in the world in Brimfield, MA.Sunday @ 7 p.m. - Airing: 8/12/2012


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BLENKO GLASS: BEHIND THE SCENES (reminder!)

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Get to the heat and heart of the Blenko glassworks and see how the beautiful, all-handmade glassware is created.Monday @ 8 p.m. - Airing: 8/13/2012


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PBS NewsHour | Dan Arvizu, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Dan Arvizu, director of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, talks to Ray Suarez about how natural gas and renewables can work together.

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Mormon Pageant

It's the 75th anniversary of the annual Hill Cumorah Pageant near Palmyra, New York, a lavish spectacle based on the Book of Mormon.

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Friday, August 10, 2012

PBS NewsHour | Bill Ritter, Former Governor of Colorado, Talks Energy Policy

Former Colorado Governor Bill Ritter talks to Ray Suarez about America's energy future- why fossil fuels are still a part of it and why Congress hasn't pushed forward with renewable energy.

PBS NewsHour | Bill Ritter, Former Governor of Colorado, Talks Energy Policy
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Need To Know | Need to Know 8/10/12

Need to Know reports from the Pacific Island nation of Palau about its effort to hold the world's leading industrial powers legally responsible for the environmental damage their greenhouse gas emissions are causing.

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Response to Sikh Temple Shooting

"The spirit of resilience is deep in the heart of the Sikh faith," says Valarie Kaur, a Sikh woman from Auburn Seminary in New York. "Sikhs have died for their turbans, died for their faith, but drawn from their faith to rise up again and not be afraid."

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POV | Sin País: Film Update

With Sam and Elida allowed to return to the United States on a temporary visa, the Mejia family celebrates but also recounts how deportation has affected and continues to affect their family.

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Foyle's War | CASUALTIES OF WAR, PART 2

Foyle and Milner now have a murder on their hands while still being hassled by the assistant commissioner, who has decided to stay in town. As they dig deeper into the clandestine activities in the Hastings area, the question becomes: Is the victim dead because of gambling debts or love? Part 2 of 2

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Foyle's War | CASUALTIES OF WAR, PART 2

PBS NewsHour | Neil Barofsky Lauds Barney, Blasts Dodd-Frank

Should the big banks be broken up? Former TARP cop Neil Barofsky thinks so, and talks to economics correspondent Paul Solman about the problems he sees in the Dodd-Frank legislation and why he wrote his tell-all book, 'Bailout.'

PBS NewsHour | Neil Barofsky Lauds Barney, Blasts Dodd-Frank
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PBS NewsHour | Adam Brent Houghtaling, Author of 'This Will End in Tears'

Everyone has their favorite sad song, but have you ever thought about the sad song as a whole category of music? Adam Brent Houghtaling has, and he set down theories, profiles and a catalog of songs in the new book, "This Will End in Tears: The Miserabilist Guide to Music."

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Need To Know | Border Patrol 2 update

Our second Border Patrol investigation uncovered widespread abuses allegedly committed by U.S. Border Patrol agents against undocumented workers who shared with us stories of physical abuse, sexual assault, and even torture. John Larson has the latest on this ongoing investigation.

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Need To Know | Paradise lost?

Palau has crafted a novel legal strategy at the United Nations to try and hold the industrialized world accountable for the damage caused by its greenhouse gas emissions, which most scientists say are driving climate change. Could this David vs. Goliath strategy actually work?

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Antiques Roadshow | Web Extra! 1908 Olympic Postcards

Right in the middle of the 2012 Games, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW visited Corpus Christi, Texas, where Leila Dunbar was thrilled to find a large collection of signed postcard photographs featuring notable Olympians from 1908.

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Flicks | Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones for "Hope Springs"

Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones talk with Patrick Stoner about their preferences for camera shots when working on films like "Hope Springs"

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MotorWeek | 2013 Cadillac XTS & 2012 BMW 3 Series

In this episode, Cadillac's all-new ATS, then BMW tweaks the best-selling 3 Series. Plus, advice on detecting airbag fraud, and how luxury and all-weather capability are no longer mutally exclusive. Also, spy photos of the 2013 Honda Accord.

MotorWeek | 2013 Cadillac XTS & 2012 BMW 3 Series
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You love good food and you enjoy (a) beer(s)? Then wait no longer to get your ticket to our delicious fundraiser Passport - NH's Craft Beer & Culinary World Tour Event 'cause we don't have many tickets left!


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New England's premiere craft beer and food pairing event is held at beautiful, historic Strawbery Banke Museum. This year's tour features over 20 craft beers deliciously paired with tastes prepared by the region's best chefs and food purveyors.

PBS NewsHour | Justice Scalia Writes Guide for Interpreting the Law

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia says the key factor for a judge's ruling is finding where the balance resides in a case. Margaret Warner interviews Justice Scalia about his new book, "Reading Law: The Interpretation of Legal Texts," and asks about his opinions on the Second Amendment and the Affordable Care Act.

PBS NewsHour | Justice Scalia Writes Guide for Interpreting the Law
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Baking With Julia | Baba and Savarin with David Blom

Chef David Blom makes classic desserts, baba and savarin, which go as far back as the mid 1700s.

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PBS NewsHour | Candidates Spar Over Welfare Reform on the Campaign Trail

In a new ad, the Romney campaign targets 'welfare-to-work' programs and inflexibility for state changes to federal programs. Judy Woodruff talks to Georgetown University's Peter Edelman and Heritage Foundation's Robert Rector about welfare reform and the criticisms and proposals coming out of the campaign trail.

PBS NewsHour | Candidates Spar Over Welfare Reform on the Campaign Trail
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PBS NewsHour | Utah Makes Deal For Private Gas Drilling on Public Land

White River, Utah, attracts adventurers for its gorgeous vistas and rare solitude. But proposals to drill for natural gas on the public land worry environmentalists and Native American tribes. Ray Suarez tells of efforts by energy companies and the federal government to strike a deal to drill and protect the environment.

PBS NewsHour | Utah Makes Deal For Private Gas Drilling on Public Land
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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Worsening Drought Drives Up Food Prices

In other news Thursday, lack of rainfall and high temperatures have contributed to worsening drought conditions in key farm states in the U.S. As corn and soybean producers have been especially hit, world commodity prices are on the rise. Also, the U.S. Postal Service nears bankruptcy, losing $5.2 billion from April to June.

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PBS NewsHour | Soccer Is Latest Gold for U.S. Women Dominating London Games

Forty years ago, when Title IX was first enacted, only 1 in 27 girls played sports. Fast-forward to 2012 and the numbers have increased to 2 out of every 5 girls. Kathryn Olson of Women's Sports Foundation talks to Jeffrey Brown about the amazing performance of American women at the London Olympics.

PBS NewsHour | Soccer Is Latest Gold for U.S. Women Dominating London Games
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PBS NewsHour | Foreclosures Rate Increase Shows Fragility in Housing Market

Though new reports show that banks are repossessing fewer homes from a year ago, mortgage defaults are on the rise. Jeffrey Brown talks to Guy Cecala of Inside Mortgage Finance Publications about why foreclosure rates remain high, even when the house market shows signs of improvement.

PBS NewsHour | Foreclosures Rate Increase Shows Fragility in Housing Market
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PBS NewsHour | Female Athletes Have Flexed Winning Muscles for Olympics

Beginning with the women's U.S. gymnastics team win, gold medals for American women have also piled up in volleyball, swimming, soccer and track and field. Throughout these Olympic games, female athletes from every part of the world have been in the spotlight, providing daily thrills for spectators. Jeffrey Brown reports.

PBS NewsHour | Female Athletes Have Flexed Winning Muscles for Olympics
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PBS NewsHour | Wife of Chinese Politico Didn't Contest Murder Charges

Court officials say that the facts and evidence against murder suspect Gu Kailai, wife of former Chinese politician Bo Xilai, are clear. Gu is said to have poisoned British businessman Neil Heywood after he refused to smuggle money out of China on Kailai's behalf. John Sparks of Independent Television News reports.

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PBS NewsHour | Wife of Chinese Politico Didn't Contest Murder Charges

PBS NewsHour | Thursday, August 9, 2012

Tonight on the program, we examine the problems in the housing market with climbing foreclosure rates. Also: Candidates tackle welfare on the campaign trail, drilling for natural gas on public land in Utah, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia talks how to read a law, murder trial in China, and women athletes claiming gold medals at the Olympics, including a win by the U.S. Women in soccer.

PBS NewsHour | Thursday, August 9, 2012
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POV | The Barber of Birmingham: Filmmaker Interview

Robin Fryday discusses what inspired her to make her first film The Barber of Birmingham: Foot Soldier of the Civil Rights Movement and the difficulties she faced along the way.

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Baking With Julia | Traditional French Bread with Danielle Forestier

Chef Danielle Forestier shares her technique for making a traditional French baguette at home.

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NOVA | Forensics on Trial Preview

Airing October 17, 2012 at 9 pm on PBS

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Thursday, August 9, 2012

POV | Sin País: Filmmaker Interview with Theo Rigby

Theo Rigby discusses the impact of immigrant policy in the United States, and how his photography background influences his filmmaking aesthetic.

POV | Sin País: Filmmaker Interview with Theo Rigby
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PBS NewsHour | Building a Natural Gas Fleet? Infrastructure Not Included

Today, with natural gas prices at historic lows and production booming, more trucking companies are making the switch from Diesel to natural gas. But finding the infrastructure to fuel a natural gas fleet can be a challenge. The UPS branch in Denver is an example of a company that had to build its own fueling stations to accommodate the new trucks.

PBS NewsHour | Building a Natural Gas Fleet? Infrastructure Not Included
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Baking With Julia | Decorative Sourdough Loaves with Joe Ortiz

Chef Joe Ortiz makes the classic rustic and crusty sourdough bread with a decorative crust that will impress guests.

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PBS NewsHour | Pumping Natural Gas: A Primer

The UPS Denver branch had to build its own fueling station to accommodate new natural gas-fueled trucks. Here's what it looks like.

PBS NewsHour | Pumping Natural Gas: A Primer
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PBS NewsHour | Neil Barofsky on 'Foaming the Landing' for Banks

Former TARP prosecutor Neil Barofsky talks to economics correspondent Paul Solman about how Treasury's status-quo mentality -- "save the banks" --bypassed the homeowners TARP promised to save.

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