Saturday, August 25, 2012

ACL presents Satellite Sets | Hospital Ships: Galaxies

John Geiger, a native of Lawrence, Kansas, is a former member of Shearwater and the Appleseed Cast. In his current project, Hospital Ships, Geiger has taken his fractured Midwestern influences of The Flaming Lips and Bright Eyes to fresh new heights. Geiger injects electronic beats, buzzing organ riffs, and joyous hand claps to elevate from modest humility to self-assured confidence.

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Tony Blair Faith Foundation

The former British prime minister converted to Catholicism and established a foundation to address issues of faith and globalization. "The big issue of our time," according to Blair, "is trying to deal with extremism based on a perversion of religion, and how you get peaceful coexistence between people of different faiths and cultures."

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Washington Week | Washington Week - Minneapolis Edition

As the eyes of the country turn to Tampa for the 2012 Republican Convention, we take a look back to our August 2008 Minneapolis roadshow where presidential candidate John McCain picked running mate Sarah Palin just hours before. Joining Gwen: Michael Duffy, TIME Magazine; Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times; John Dickerson, Slate Magazine; and Michele Norris, NPR.

Washington Week | Washington Week - Minneapolis Edition
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Retirement Revolution | Expert Teri Gault

How does sticking to your shopping list cost you money?

Retirement Revolution | Expert Teri Gault
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Tony Blair Extended Interview

Watch more of our interview with Tony Blair, who says faith can provide strength and spiritual consolation, but "it can't tell you the right answer. You've got to work that out, in a sense, on your own. It can't determine your policy, because life's not like that, I'm afraid."

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ACL presents Satellite Sets | Hospital Ships: I Do Not Understand

John Geiger, a native of Lawrence, Kansas, is a former member of Shearwater and the Appleseed Cast. In his current project, Hospital Ships, Geiger has taken his fractured Midwestern influences of The Flaming Lips and Bright Eyes to fresh new heights. Geiger injects electronic beats, buzzing organ riffs, and joyous hand claps to elevate from modest humility to self-assured confidence.

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PBS NewsHour | Tax Cuts, Deregulation Among Republican Election Priorities

Ahead of the Republican National Convention, Paul Solman goes to Tampa, Fla., to talk to Douglas Holtz-Eakin, former director of the Congressional Budget Office, as well as some conservative business owners about their economic priorities going into the 2012 Election, which include tax cuts and deregulation.

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PBS NewsHour | Lance Armstrong Drops Fight Against Doping Probe

Seven-time winner of the Tour de France and cancer survivor Lance Armstrong was stripped of his titles and banned from professional cycling by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency after he announced he would no longer fight charges that he had taken performance-enhancing drugs. Jeffrey Brown reports.

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PBS NewsHour | Shields, Brooks Discuss RNC 'Bounce,' Romney's Reticence

Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks talk to Judy Woodruff about tight election poll numbers and the convention "bounce," what effect Paul Ryan will have on the campaign versus the negative publicity around Todd Akin, plus Mitt Romney's comment about President Obama's birth certificate.

PBS NewsHour | Shields, Brooks Discuss RNC
PBS NewsHour | Shields, Brooks Discuss RNC 'Bounce,' Romney's Reticence

Washington Week | August 24, 2012

A Special Washington Week from St. Petersburg, Florida ahead of the Republican National Convention. How did the Mitt Romney campaign attempt to remain on-topic amidst the Todd Akin debacle? Why are the candidates sparring over Medicare again? Joining Gwen: Dan Balz, Washington Post; Beth Reinhard, National Journal; John Dickerson, Slate and CBS News; Amy Walter of ABC News.

Washington Week | August 24, 2012
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PBS NewsHour | U.S. Military Death Toll in Afghan War Reaches New Milestone

Since the beginning of the the Afghan War in 2001 up to the current day, there have been 2,000 U.S. servicemen and women who have lost their lives. That number includes both combat deaths as well as military suicides that occurred in Afghanistan. Ray Suarez looks at the factors that have contributed to those casualties.

PBS NewsHour | U.S. Military Death Toll in Afghan War Reaches New Milestone
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PBS NewsHour | Friday, August 24, 2012

Tonight on the program, we examine reports of new evidence that Iran has hundreds of underground centrifuges enriching uranium, the key fuel in nuclear reactors. Also: Lance Armstrong drops case against doping charges, deaths of U.S. troops in Afghanistan reaches 2,000, Paul Solman reports on 'Repub-O-Nomics' in Tampa, Florida, and Shields and Brooks analyze the week's top political news.

PBS NewsHour | Friday, August 24, 2012
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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Norwegian Shooter Found Sane in Court, Sentenced

In other news Friday, a Norwegian court sentenced Anders Brevik to 21 years in prison for killing 77 people during a 2011 rampage. Also, the author of a book about the killing of Osama bin Laden may be investigated for not getting Pentagon clearance first.

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PBS NewsHour | National Geographic's Peter Miller on Wild Weather

National Geographic's Peter Miller talks to Hari Sreenivasan about the September issue on wild weather.

PBS NewsHour | National Geographic
PBS NewsHour | National Geographic's Peter Miller on Wild Weather

PBS NewsHour | Reports of Iran's Nuclear Progress Add to Tensions with West

With Iran pushing ahead with its nuclear program in spite of economic sanctions and diplomatic efforts, regional actors and the West are at a stalemate. Margaret Warner talks to Leonard Spector of the Monterey Institute of International Studies about the tensions between Iran, Israel and other key players.

PBS NewsHour | Reports of Iran
PBS NewsHour | Reports of Iran's Nuclear Progress Add to Tensions with West

PBS NewsHour | In Refusing to Cooperate, Armstrong Faces Cycling Ban

The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency pursued examination of Lance Armstrong after a federal inquiry ended, citing testimony and blood tests. Not admitting guilt, the cyclist decided to stop fighting the charges. Jeffrey Brown discusses consequences for the sport as well as Armstrong's reputation with David Epstein of Sports Illustrated.

PBS NewsHour | In Refusing to Cooperate, Armstrong Faces Cycling Ban
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Washington Week | Webcast Extra 08-24-2012

In the Washington Week Election 2012 Town Hall: Gwen and the panel talk with~communities~in St. Petersburg, FL about the 2012 presidential campaign. How do Floridians cope with being a swing state? And what do they expect as the 2012 Republican Convention descends on nearby Tampa?

Washington Week | Webcast Extra 08-24-2012
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PBS NewsHour | Shields, Brooks On Romney's Comedy Act, NewsHour Wonkiness

Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks weighed in this week on Mitt Romney's sense of humor and what to expect from Rep. Paul Ryan at the Republican National Convention. For our "politics of sport" section, we checked in on what the guys think about the Lance Armstrong scandal.

PBS NewsHour | Shields, Brooks On Romney
PBS NewsHour | Shields, Brooks On Romney's Comedy Act, NewsHour Wonkiness

PBS NewsHour | New Proof Iran Is Increasing Enrichment for Nuclear Program

The International Atomic Energy Agency is due to report that Iran has hundreds of underground centrifuges enriching uranium, the key fuel in nuclear reactors. Though Iran maintains its nuclear program is only for peaceful energy production, the international community is skeptical. Judy Woodruff reports.

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PBS KIDS Previews | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood: Turn it Around

Strategy Song: Turn it Around and Find Something Good

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PBS KIDS Previews | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood: Turn it Around

Retirement Revolution | Expert Gene Cohen

Is it possible to form new brain cells?

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Ed Sullivans Rock and Roll Classics (reminder!)

Coming up on NHPTV - Ed Sullivans Rock and Roll Classics
From the Beatles' American television debut to the Doors' infamous one-time-only appearance, this special evokes the spirit of that decade's youth movement. Saturday @ 11 p.m. - Airing: 8/25/2012


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Need To Know | Need to Know 8/24/12

Need to Know airs a special edition from Tampa, the site of the GOP national convention. Host Jeff Greenfield will report on Republican efforts to carry Ohio, a state deemed critical to their chances of winning the national election.

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Friday, August 24, 2012

Need To Know | Interview: John Cassidy

Cassidy has written extensively about the intersection of economics and politics. He argues that having Ryan on the GOP ticket represents a drastic change in Romney's strategy, one from moderate to the more extreme.

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PBS NewsHour | Jeffrey Brown, Ray Suarez Talk Armstrong, Cycling and Doping

Jeffrey Brown and Ray Suarez talk about the latest developments in the Lance Armstrong doping case.

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Faith, Politics, and the National Cathedral

We talk with Rev. Frank Wade, interim dean of the Washington National Cathedral, about the value of cathedrals in a twenty-first century world and the role a cathedral can play in helping the nation understand the relationship between faith and politics.

Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Faith, Politics, and the National Cathedral
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Need To Know | Jeff Greenfield on Ohio's presidential past

Jeff Greenfield takes a look at Ohio's history as "The Mother of Presidents", and finds that native Buckeyes who won the White House, had less-than-happy presidencies.

Need To Know | Jeff Greenfield on Ohio
Need To Know | Jeff Greenfield on Ohio's presidential past

Need To Know | The battle for Ohio

Jeff Greenfield reports on Republican efforts to carry Ohio, a state deemed critical to their chances of winning

Need To Know | The battle for Ohio
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The Open Mind | The Great Emancipator

Historian/author Harold Holzer discusses his book on President Lincoln and the Emancipation Proclamation.

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Tavis Smiley | Right to Return - Part 2: Guardians of the Flame - Full

In Part 2 of "Right to Return", we talk to New Orleans educator and resident, Cherice Harrison-Nelson.

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Tavis Smiley | Right to Return - Part 3: Holy Cross Summer - Full Episode

In Part 3 of "Right to Return", we talk to New Orleans resident Kyrah Julian.

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Tavis Smiley | Right to Return - Part 4: I'm Back - Full Episode

In Part 4 of "Right to Return", we speak to minister, James Gibson.

Tavis Smiley | Right to Return - Part 4: I
Tavis Smiley | Right to Return - Part 4: I'm Back - Full Episode

PBS KIDS Previews | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood: Coming this Fall!

Have a Tigertastic Time with Daniel Tiger this Fall!

PBS KIDS Previews | Daniel Tiger
PBS KIDS Previews | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood: Coming this Fall!

Tavis Smiley | Writer Rubén Martínez

The Emmy-winning journalist offers insight into how the West could tip the scales in the 2012 presidential election and shares how immigration is changing the narrative in the U.S. and lessons learned while writing his text, Desert America.

Tavis Smiley | Writer Rubén Martínez
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PBS NewsHour | U.N. Monitors Exit Syria, Failing to Stop Bloodshed

Independent estimates say 20,000 have died since the Syrian uprising began. Now, U.N. monitors have left, failing to stop the violence. Jeffrey Brown reports. Then Margaret Warner talks to the Guardian's Ghaith Adbul-Ahad, who has been following Syrian rebels on the ground as they struggle to hold government troops at bay.

PBS NewsHour | U.N. Monitors Exit Syria, Failing to Stop Bloodshed
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ACL presents Satellite Sets | Hospital Ships: Bird in Furs

John Geiger, a native of Lawrence, Kansas, is a former member of Shearwater and the Appleseed Cast. In his current project, Hospital Ships, Geiger has taken his fractured Midwestern influences of The Flaming Lips and Bright Eyes to fresh new heights. Geiger injects electronic beats, buzzing organ riffs, and joyous hand claps to elevate from modest humility to self-assured confidence.

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PBS NewsHour | How Convention Coverage Has Shifted to Cable, Online

Jeffrey Brown talks to CNN's Howard Kurtz and Daily Download's Lauren Ashburn about how politics are being discussed in the digital world, including Todd Akin's remarks on rape and abortion, the upcoming Republican National Convention and how media coverage of political conventions has changed.

PBS NewsHour | How Convention Coverage Has Shifted to Cable, Online
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PBS NewsHour | Candidates' Medicare Plans Could Affect Undecided Voters

Under Rep. Paul Ryan's 2013 budget proposal, Medicare recipients eventually could choose to opt for a private insurance plan. Judy Woodruff talks to American Enterprise Institute's Joe Antos and Urban Institute's Judy Feder to understand the presidential candidates' plans for Medicare and how this is affecting the campaigns.

PBS NewsHour | Candidates
PBS NewsHour | Candidates' Medicare Plans Could Affect Undecided Voters

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Romney Makes Energy Independence a Priority

In other news Thursday, Mitt Romney unveiled his energy plan in New Mexico, which aims for complete energy independence in the U.S. His plans calls for increased oil and gas drilling, including offshore of Virginia and North Carolina, two states where drilling is currently banned.

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Romney Makes Energy Independence a Priority
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NHPTV PBS Kids GO Writers Contest | Brave Blueberry2 The Adventurous Vacation

A story by Art McLaughlin of Hollis, NH. Winner of the Third Grade NHPTV-PBS KIDS GO! WRITERS CONTEST.

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PBS NewsHour | Extended Interview: Richard Ford

More of Jeffrey Brown's conversation with Pulitzer Prize-winning author Richard Ford about his new novel, "Canada."

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Retirement Revolution | Making Social Security Work For You

Learn strategies that could significantly increase your Social Security income for the rest of your life.

Retirement Revolution | Making Social Security Work For You
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PBS NewsHour | Have Democrats Lost Sight of Their Founding Principle?

In his book "Spoiled Rotten" Jay Cost lays out historical context for why he says the Democratic Party has strayed from its founding principle: that all people were created equal, and the government's job is to ensure that equality. Cost explains to Judy Woodruff how Democrats have fallen off course, and what to do about it.

PBS NewsHour | Have Democrats Lost Sight of Their Founding Principle?
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PBS NewsHour | U.S. and U.K. in Legal Battle over Ex-IRA Militants' Stories

Boston University acted as a safeguard for the oral histories of former Northern Irish militants. Participants were promised their stories would remain private until their deaths. But new clues in an unsolved murder in Ireland triggered the U.S. Department of Justice to subpoena the tapes. Special correspondent Kira Kay reports.

PBS NewsHour | U.S. and U.K. in Legal Battle over Ex-IRA Militants
PBS NewsHour | U.S. and U.K. in Legal Battle over Ex-IRA Militants' Stories

PBS NewsHour | Reporting Live With Asperger's From Elementary School

News has an agenda in Worrall Elementary School, where reporters with Asperger's syndrome are routinely pulled from their classrooms to learn the basics of journalism. Their teachers say producing a newscast is one of the best ways for their students to learn how to speak clearly, work together, build confidence ... and become school celebrities all at the same time.

PBS NewsHour | Reporting Live With Asperger
PBS NewsHour | Reporting Live With Asperger's From Elementary School

Washington Week | Washington Week - Tampa Bay Edition

As we prepare to head down to Florida this week, we take a look back at how the issues discussed in our February 2008 Tampa Bay show are related to the 2012 election. Joining Gwen: James Barnes, National Journal; Gloria Borger, CNN and US News; Jeanne Cummings, Politico; and Todd Purdum, Vanity Fair.

Washington Week | Washington Week - Tampa Bay Edition
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PBS NewsHour | Destroying Malian Cultural Heritage in name of 'Pure Islam'

Many Malians harmoniously practice Islam alongside cultural traditions such as animism. But these Malians fear that they will be the first targeted as infidels by Islamic militants, who have already destroyed traditional Malian shrines. Lindsey Hilsum of Independent Television News reports.

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Thursday, August 23, 2012

Retirement Revolution | Expert Beth Kallmyer

Is Alzheimer's a normal part of aging?

Retirement Revolution | Expert Beth Kallmyer
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Masterpiece | Downton Abbey, Season 3: A Scene from Episode 1

Be the first to see a scene from Downton Abbey season 3 featuring Maggie Smith and Shirley MacLaine. Downton Abbey season 3 premieres on PBS's Masterpiece beginning on Sunday, January 6, 2013 at 9pm ET/CT.

Masterpiece | Downton Abbey, Season 3: A Scene from Episode 1
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