Saturday, November 3, 2012

Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Reverse Painted Glass Whiskey Sign, ca. 1890

Watch Philip Weiss's appraisal of a reverse painted glass whiskey sign, ca. 1890, in ROADSHOW's Special: Junk in the Trunk.

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Washington Week | Webcast Extra | November 2, 2012

In the Webcast Extra: While the presidential campaign is making national headlines, we take a look at heated senate races in a handful of states. Who will likely win the senate? Are there any surprises this election cycle? Also, have controversial comments become game changers?

Washington Week | Webcast Extra | November 2, 2012
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PBS NewsHour | Northeast Storm Victims Losing Patience, Lack of Basic Needs

Extensive damage to infrastructure and buildings in the Northeast has limited access to critical supplies of gasoline, electricity and clean water up and down the Jersey Coastline and in New York City. Ray Suarez talks to New York Times' Patrick McGeehan about the state of New York's five boroughs, where patience wears thin.

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PBS Arts | "La Lengua" Multi-Angle Live Performance | Havana, Havana!

Tap your toes to the beat of this music documentary, which vibrates with the soul and energy of African-Cuban drummers, guajira guitarists and the pulsing melodies of celebrated Cuban musician Raul Paz, who brings together fellow musical stars Descemer Bueno, Kelvis Ochoa and David Torrens for a concert in Havana. This web exclusive clip features all 4 camera angles...at the same time!

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Doctor Who | Night Terrors

The Doctor receives a distress call from the scariest place in the Universe, a child's bedroom. Terrified of the monsters in his cupboard, George's pleas for help break through the barriers of all time and space.

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PBS NewsHour | Shields and Brooks on How the 2012 Election Looks Like 2004

Judy Woodruff talks to NewsHour political analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks for analysis on the top news of the week, including the slight uptick in unemployment, the political aftermath of superstorm Sandy and how the 2012 and 2004 presidential campaigns, both extremely close leading up to Election Day.

PBS NewsHour | Shields and Brooks on How the 2012 Election Looks Like 2004
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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: EPA; Korean Automakers Overstated Fuel Economy

In other news Friday, Korean companies Kia and Hyundai could be expected to pay car owners hundreds of millions of dollars for falsely advertising the fuel economy of 13 car models. Owners of nearly 900,000 vehicles, all sold in the last three years, could receive compensation.

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: 1885 Civil War Reunion Posters

In ROADSHOW's Special: Junk in the Trunk, Nicholas Lowry appraises two 1885 Civil War reunion posters.

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PBS NewsHour | As Casualties Rise, Syrian Children Attend Secret Schools

According to estimates by activists, more than 28,000 civilians have been killed since the Syrian conflict began in 2011. As schools, bakeries and other community buildings are targeted, some Syrians seeking safety are moving centers of daily life to clandestine locations. Margaret Warner reports.

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Hinda Wassau Burlesque Memorabilia

Watch Leila Dunbar's appraisal of a collection of Hinda Wassau burlesque memorabilia, in ROADSHOW's Special: Junk in the Trunk.

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PBS NewsHour | Shields and Brooks: Senate Races, Bobblehead Forecast

Mark Shields and David Brooks met in the NewsHour newsroom for the final pre-election Doubleheader Friday. Talking with Politics Editor Christina Bellantoni, the guys talk about which Senate contest they will be watching Tuesday night. For our "politics of sport" section, they talked about the traditions of big sports games predicting presidential winners.

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Brad Braxton Extended Interview

Watch more of our interview with Rev. Dr. Brad Braxton, senior pastor of the Open Church in Baltimore, about his views on same-sex marriage, the Bible, and the "ambiguous, complex history" of sexuality and family relationships in African-American culture.

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PBS NewsHour | Slow Growth Is Biggest Economic Challenge for New President

U.S. employers across various sectors are hiring, signaling slow but steady growth. Still, the unemployment rate rose in October and many Americans continue to leave the labor force completely. Jeffrey Brown talks to two economists, John Taylor and Austan Goolsbee, about what economic challenges the next president will face.

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PBS NewsHour | Immigration Is Hot Topic in Iowa, Overlooked by Campaigns

Hispanics may be only 5 percent of Iowa's population, but that number represents a boom of 110 percent in 10 years, driven in part by the meat industry jobs. While immigration was a big topic for the Republican caucuses, Iowa Public Television's Paul Year reports on why presidential candidates have been silent on the issue.

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PBS NewsHour | Friday, November 2, 2012

Tonight on the program, we examine the campaigns and how the incoming president will be inheriting slow and steady growth. Also: continuing cleanup in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, children going to secret schools in Syria due to high casualties, the non-spoken immigration issue in the presidential campaigns, and Mark Shields and David Brooks analyze the week's top political stories.

PBS NewsHour | Friday, November 2, 2012
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Need To Know | What's at Stake: PBS Election 2012

What's at Stake reviews top campaign issues and considers how the outcome of the election could impact voters' lives. What's at Stake leads viewers through issues at the center of this year's campaigns: jobs and tax policy, entitlements and debt, healthcare, and foreign policy. Frontline, PBS Newshour, Need to Know and Washington Week in Review contribute their special reporting and analysis.

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Masterpiece | Downton Abbey: Michelle Dockery on Aristocratic Attractions

Downton Abbey star Michelle Dockery (Lady Mary) describes her character's journey over seasons one and two toward happiness, and what attracts Mary so strongly to Matthew. Discover what's next for Matthew and Mary in Downton Abbey Season 3, premiering Sunday, January 6, 2013 on MASTERPIECE.

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Missouri Regiment Colt Pistol & Staff Sword

In ROADSHOW's Special: Junk in the Trunk, Christopher Mitchell appraises a Missouri regiment colt pistol and a staff sword.

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PBS Arts | "Ni De Aqui" | Havana, Havana!

Join the musicians from the PBS Summer Arts Festival documentary "Havana, Havana!" as they perform the song "Ni De Aqui" live in Havana, Cuba. Written by David Torrens and performed by Raul Paz, David Torrens, Kelvis Ochoa and Descemer Bueno

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Washington Week | November 2, 2012

In our last show before Election Day, we take a look at the final campaign sprint in a close election. Also, Hurricane Sandy hit the eastern United States and influences the last week of the race. Also, a look at the new unemployment numbers. Joining Gwen: Jackie Calmes, New York Times; John Harris, Politico; John Harwood, CNBC and New York Times; Amy Walter, ABC News.

Washington Week | November 2, 2012
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Outnumbered | Series 4, Episode 2 (22)

Mum has had enough of the boy's attitudes to housework so sets out on a campaign to civilize them. Ben attempts to make a "salad" for tea and Dad goes to war with a domestic appliance.

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Southern Baptist Relief and Hurricane Sandy

The destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy "is just as much a physical crisis as it is a spiritual and emotional crisis for people," says Mike Ebert of the Southern Baptist Convention's relief arm.

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Grödnertal Carved Wooden Doll, ca. 1820

In ROADSHOW's Special: Junk in the Trunk, Marshall Martin appraises a Grödnertal carved wooden doll, ca. 1820.

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Religion in the 2012 Election

The God gap was alive and well this year in American politics, according to one professor of political science. White evangelicals, Catholics, Mormons, and a growing number of religiously unaffiliated voters all played a part in Election 2012.

Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Religion in the 2012 Election
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Need To Know | Need to Know 11/2/2012

It's not your average "Main Street" town. Dubuque's been called "Little Rome" because it boasts such a strong Catholic population, that the town is considered a barometer for the Catholic vote nationwide. John Larson reports from Dubuque, Iowa - a town in a swing state worth 6 electoral votes in the road to the White House.

Need To Know | Need to Know 11/2/2012
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Friday, November 2, 2012

NOVA scienceNOW | Profile: Nathan Myhrvold

Nathan Myhrvold may be the ultimate Renaissance Geek, but the child prodigy and former Chief Technology Officer of Microsoft has always maintained his obsessive passion for food and the science of cooking. In his kitchen at Intellectual Ventures, he and a team of chefs are using advanced lab equipment to cook up dishes that look and taste like nothing else.

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Black Churches and Same-Sex Marriage

Is the same-sex-marriage debate in black churches really about religion, the Bible, or equal rights? The issue has divided many pastors and their congregations.

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Dr. Seuss Inscribed Books

In ROADSHOW's Special: Junk in the Trunk, Stephen C. Massey appraises Dr. Seuss-inscribed books.

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PBS Arts | Summer Arts Festival Preview: Havana, Havana!

Tap your toes to the beat of this music documentary, which vibrates with the soul and energy of African-Cuban drummers, guajira guitarists and the pulsing melodies of celebrated Cuban musician Raul Paz, who brings together fellow musical stars Descemer Bueno, Kelvis Ochoa and David Torrens for a concert in Havana. Part of the Summer Arts Festival.

PBS Arts | Summer Arts Festival Preview: Havana, Havana!
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Idea Channel | How will the Animated GIF affect the Presidential Election?

The animated GIF has had a long and fascinating history, but the GIF took a giant leap forward this year when it became part of the 2012 Presidential Election!!! This election season, GIFs of Obama, Romney, Biden and Ryan, populated not only Tumblr and Buzzfeed, but also media heavyweights like The Atlantic, Forbes, and The Wall Street Journal. Will the GIF swing the election?

Idea Channel | How will the Animated GIF affect the Presidential Election?
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Antiques Roadshow | Coming Monday, November 12, at 8/7C, Cats & Dogs

Are you an animal lover? Check out Todd Weyman's appraisal of a 1909 Theophile Steinlen "Summer Cat" color lithograph and join us as we take a look at man's best friend in our new special, "Cats & Dogs" premiering next week!

Antiques Roadshow | Coming Monday, November 12, at 8/7C, Cats & Dogs
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Masterpiece | Downton Abbey: Change in Season Three

Hugh Bonneville (Robert), Elizabeth McGovern (Cora), and Michelle Dockery (Lady Mary) discuss what's ahead in season three and how their characters will adapt...for better and for worse. Find out for yourself when Downton Abbey Season 3 premieres, Sunday, January 6 on MASTERPIECE.

Masterpiece | Downton Abbey: Change in Season Three
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POV | A Perfect Candidate

Disproving the adage that there are no second acts in American life, Iran/Contra legend Oliver North re-emerged to challenge incumbent Charles Robb in a hotly contested 1994 Virginia senatorial race. R.J. Cutler and David Van Taylor weave a modern-day parable about leadership in America and campaign culture in a cynical age where voter interests are lost in a media hall of mirrors.

POV | A Perfect Candidate
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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: 1852 Merriam & Moore Celestial Globe

Check out Matthew C. Quinn's appraisal of a 1852 Merriam & Moore celestial globe, in ROADSHOW's Special: Junk in the Trunk.

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: James Naismith Signed Stein

Check out Jasmani Francis's appraisal of a James Naismith signed stein, in ROADSHOW's Special: Junk in the Trunk.

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PBS NewsHour | Democrat Has Competitive Chance to Win Arizona Senate Seat

Former U.S. Surgeon Gen. Richard Carmona hopes to achieve what no Arizona Democrat has done in more than 15 years: Win a Senate seat. Special correspondent Axel Gerdau reports on the race between Carmona and Republican challenger Rep. Jeff Flake to win the open seat, which is being vacated by retiring Sen. Jon Kyl.

PBS NewsHour | Democrat Has Competitive Chance to Win Arizona Senate Seat
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PBS Arts | The Barnes Collection

Follow Dr. Albert Barnes' remarkable rise from Philadelphia's working-class neighborhood to the top of the modern art world. This unique tale bounces back and forth through time as the late Dr. Barnes travels the world to collect works of art by some of history's most famous artists - Picasso, Cezanne, Matisse, Renoir and many others. Part of the PBS Summer Arts Festival.

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PBS NewsHour | Outside Groups Outspending Campaigns in Senate Races

For the 2012 elections, Democrats and Republicans are focused on taking control of the Senate by winning a majority of seats. Jeffrey Brown talks to NPR's Tamara Keith, who breaks down the money -- millions of dollars -- being poured into competitive Senate races by political parties and, significantly, by outside groups.

PBS NewsHour | Outside Groups Outspending Campaigns in Senate Races
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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Physiological Mannequin

Check out Julie Scott's appraisal of a physiological mannequin, in ROADSHOW's Special: Junk in the Trunk.

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PBS NewsHour | Candidates, Spouses, Surrogates Reach Across Seven States

National polls show Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama in a dead heat. For every last minute until Election Day, the candidates will be on the trail fighting for an edge in the states considered too close to call. Judy Woodruff gets analysis from Politico's Jonathan Martin and Bloomberg's Margaret Talev.

PBS NewsHour | Candidates, Spouses, Surrogates Reach Across Seven States
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PBS NewsHour | Campaigns Push Last-Minute Pleas on Twitter

The campaigns are pushing their last get-out-the-vote drive on social media and via email. If you're online, you are probably being tracked by the Romney and Obama campaigns, who use browsing history to target voters. Margaret Warner gets the scoop from Daily Download's Howard Kurtz.

PBS NewsHour | Campaigns Push Last-Minute Pleas on Twitter
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PBS NewsHour | Pastor Endorses Mitt Romney, Protests IRS Law

Bishop Harry Jackson is participating in his third Pulpit Freedom Sunday, a protest against an IRS law that forbids religious leaders from endorsing political candidates, by declaring support for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney. The movement began in 2008 and has grown to include 1400 American pastors. Opponents of the movement say these endorsements are divisive to the congregation.

PBS NewsHour | Pastor Endorses Mitt Romney, Protests IRS Law
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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Cyclone Hits South India, 150,000 to Seek Shelter

In other news Thursday, 150,000 people were moved to shelters when a cyclone slammed into the southeastern coast of India. The storm brought heavy rains and a storm surge, and is responsible for the deaths of at least six people in India and neighboring Sri Lanka.

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Cyclone Hits South India, 150,000 to Seek Shelter
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PBS NewsHour | Thursday, November 1, 2012

Tonight on the program, we take a look at the devastating destruction Sandy left behind in New Jersey, as New York begins to recover from their damage. Also: both presidential nominees hit the campaign trail with only a few days to go before election day, analyzing campaign ad spending for senate races, a democrat vies for a Senate seat in Arizona, and last-minute campaign pushes on social media.

PBS NewsHour | Thursday, November 1, 2012
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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Three Chinese Glazed Vases

Watch James Callahan's appraisal of three Chinese glazed vases, in ROADSHOW's Special: Junk in the Trunk.

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Thursday, November 1, 2012

PBS Arts | The Barnes Collection: "Mural"

Henri Matisse painted and installed a mural at The Barnes Foundation in Merion, PA. In this video we watch as it is painstakingly removed, transported, restored and re-installed in a replica of the space in Merion. Bonus clip from The Barnes Collection, part of the PBS Summer Arts Festival.

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Walker & Hall Dessert Service, ca. 1900

Check out David Walker's appraisal of a Walker & Hall dessert service, ca. 1900, in ROADSHOW's Special: Junk in the Trunk.

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Flicks | Helen Hunt for "The Sessions"

Helen Hunt talks to Patrick Stoner about how she approached the sensitive role of a sex therapist in "The Sessions" and about John Hawkes' Oscar buzz role.

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