Saturday, December 1, 2012

Market Warriors | Antiquing in Springfield, OH - Preview

Tag along as the pickers search the Springfield Extravaganza for cast iron to sell at auction. 9/17/2012

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Broadway or Bust | Final Performance: "Before the Summer Ends"

BROADWAY OR BUST's Drew Shafranek sings "Before the Summer Ends" from "Dracula, the Musical" by Frank Wildhorn, Don Black, and Christopher Hampton.

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Washington Week | Webcast Extra: Obama and Romney's "Turkey Chili Summit"

On the Webcast Extra: The panelists envision what occurred at the private Obama-Romney lunch and discuss the optics behind the sole photo released by the White House. Plus, what is the future of the filibuster? Will it help alleviate the Senate backlog?

Washington Week | Webcast Extra: Obama and Romney
Washington Week | Webcast Extra: Obama and Romney's "Turkey Chili Summit"

Market Warriors | Antiquing in Brimfield, MA (Part 2) - Preview

Join the pickers at Brimfield Antique Show in their search for the best piece of art pottery. 9/24/2012

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Broadway or Bust | Choreographing the Opening Number

There's no time for blood, sweat, or tears behind the scenes at the opening number rehearsal. Watch as the contestants learn and practice the routine from choreographer Kiesha Lalama.

Broadway or Bust | Choreographing the Opening Number
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PBS NewsHour | Great Steps Taken Towards AIDS Cure, But Hurdles Remain

In 2012, 34 million people are living with AIDS worldwide. That's both good news and bad news. Ray Suarez talks to National Institute of Health's Dr. Anthony Fauci about accomplishments by the medical and public health communities to address HIV/AIDS and what must be done in the future to continue curtailing transmission.

PBS NewsHour | Great Steps Taken Towards AIDS Cure, But Hurdles Remain
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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Egyptians Protest Constitution by Assembly

In other news Friday, thousands of Egyptians took to Tahir Square protesting President Mohammed Morsi's actions in claiming sweeping, unchecked powers, as well as a draft of a new constitution which was approved by an Islamist-led Assembly that doesn't ensure women's equality and outlaws language defaming prophets.

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Egyptians Protest Constitution by Assembly
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PBS NewsHour | Senators Spar Over Filibusters Amid Partisan Gridlock

Going into a high-stakes confrontation over the federal deficit and fiscal cliff, Democrats have begun to push for filibuster reform, citing it as a barrier to progress. Kwame Holman looks back at the history of the filibuster, how that strategy has evolved and what it may mean for congressional progress and bipartisanship.

PBS NewsHour | Senators Spar Over Filibusters Amid Partisan Gridlock
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PBS NewsHour | Grand Canyon May Be 60 Million Years Older Than Thought

A newly published study renews an old debate about the age of the Grand Canyon, positing a possibility that the geographical formation could be tens of millions of years older than current wisdom suggests, dating back to the time of dinosaurs. Margaret Warner talks to science correspondent Miles O'Brien about its significance.

PBS NewsHour | Grand Canyon May Be 60 Million Years Older Than Thought
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PBS NewsHour | NewsHour extended interview with Sen. Coburn

NewsHour extended interview with Sen. Coburn

PBS NewsHour | NewsHour extended interview with Sen. Coburn
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PBS NewsHour | Shields, Brooks on Obama's Bargaining Skills and Filibusters

Jeffrey Brown talks to NewsHour political analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks about President Obama's repeated push to increase revenue by taxing the wealthy, the lack of constructive debate in Congress to solve America's long-term deficit, possible filibuster reform and continued criticism of UN Ambassador Susan Rice.

PBS NewsHour | Shields, Brooks on Obama
PBS NewsHour | Shields, Brooks on Obama's Bargaining Skills and Filibusters

PBS NewsHour | Congress Negotiations on Deficit Deal 'Go Nowhere'

President Barack Obama took to the road to promote his fiscal agenda, repeating his support for increased taxes on the wealthy. While Democrats in Washington supported the president's proposals, Congressional Republicans warned a deadlock is forming around bipartisan efforts to reach a deficit deal. Margaret Warner reports.

PBS NewsHour | Congress Negotiations on Deficit Deal
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Need To Know | Crossing the line at the border: Update

In the rush to stem the tide of undocumented immigrants, has Border Patrol committed widespread abuse on American soil?

Need To Know | Crossing the line at the border: Update
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PBS NewsHour | Friday, November 30, 2012

Tonight on the program, we examine Congress and the continuing battles over the oncoming fiscal cliff. Also: the Senate wavers on filibuster reform, World AIDS Day shows significant progress towards a cure though significant hurdles remain, Mark Shields and David Brooks analyze the week's top political news, and how the Grand Canyon may be significantly older than once was thought.

PBS NewsHour | Friday, November 30, 2012
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Washington Week | Political Maneuvering Over The Looming Fiscal Cliff

Fiscal cliff negotiations between Congress and the White House have reached a standstill as both sides clash over spending cuts and tax increases. Also, the potential nomination of Susan Rice to succeed Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State has left Obama and Republicans at a political stalemate. Joining Gwen: Gloria Borger, CNN; Michael Viqueira, NBC News; Susan Davis, USA Today.

Washington Week | Political Maneuvering Over The Looming Fiscal Cliff
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This Old House | Cambridge 2012 | Plaster, Shingles, Radiant Heat

After a taste of the local Japan Town, host Kevin O'Connor meets Vito Bucco, a 60-year veteran of the plastering trade. Master carpenter Norm Abram and general contractor Tom Silva match the old staggered shingle pattern. In Boston's South End, Kevin visits interior designers Andrew Terrat and Dee Elms for a sneak peek at the Scandinavian Modern vision. Radiant heat and the boiler are going in.

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PBS NewsHour | Doubleheader: Shields, Brooks on X Tax, Hoosiers and Irish

New York Times columnist David Brooks and syndicated columnist Mark Shields sit down with correspondent Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the consumption based X-Tax that is gaining traction among conservative think tanks. In the politics of sport portion, this was a big week for Indiana college teams -- Hoosier basketball and Irish football.

PBS NewsHour | Doubleheader: Shields, Brooks on X Tax, Hoosiers and Irish
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PBS NewsHour | NewsHour extended interview with Sen. Harkin

NewsHour extended interview with Sen. Harkin

PBS NewsHour | NewsHour extended interview with Sen. Harkin
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Friday, November 30, 2012

Titanic with Len Goodman | The Titanic with Len Goodman - Preview

Join Len Goodman as he examines the 100-year legacy of the Titanic disaster. 12/11/2012

Titanic with Len Goodman | The Titanic with Len Goodman - Preview
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PBS NewsHour | 'How to Survive a Plague' Remembers First AIDS Activists

In a new documentary, "How to Survive a Plague," filmmaker David France revisits the in-your-face brand of AIDS activism that forced the nation to pay attention in the early days of the epidemic and eventually convinced the government to speed the approval of life-saving drugs. Ray Suarez speaks with France about why remembering this era in the epidemic remains so important to today's fight.

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Broadway or Bust | Coaching Moment: Telly Leung and Brittany Dankwa

Watch as BROADWAY OR BUST coach Telly Leung coaches contestant Brittany Dankwa through one of the best known songs in Broadway.

Broadway or Bust | Coaching Moment: Telly Leung and Brittany Dankwa
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Broadway or Bust | Coaching Moment: Schele Williams and Sabaa Sharma

Watch as BROADWAY OR BUST coach Schele Williams coaches contestant Sabaa Sharma to surrender to the music and ultimately, to her dream of performing.

Broadway or Bust | Coaching Moment: Schele Williams and Sabaa Sharma
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PBS NewsHour | Conversation: Lorin Stein, Editor of the Paris Review

Jeffrey Brown talks to Lorin Stein, editor of the Paris Review, about a new anthology of short stories, "Object Lessons: The Paris Review Presents the Art of the Short Story."

PBS NewsHour | Conversation: Lorin Stein, Editor of the Paris Review
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American Experience | John D. Rockefeller

John D. Rockefeller was the world's first millionaire and the most hated man in America. Watch the epic story of the man who monopolized oil.

American Experience | John D. Rockefeller
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Independent Lens | Garbage Dreams - Short Preview

Follows three teenage boys born into the trash trade and growing up in the world's largest garbage village outside Cairo. 12/10/2012

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Antiques Roadshow | Orlando, FL (Hour 1) - Preview

A photo signed by the entire cast of the hit TV series "Bonanza"; a sterling silver Tiffany vase; and a collection of etchings and dry points by James McNeill Whistler. 12/10/2012

Antiques Roadshow | Orlando, FL (Hour 1) - Preview
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Downton Abbey Season 3 preview...

Downton Abbey Season 3 preview tea in Concord at Red River Theatres 12/15. Perfect Saturday morning treat!


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Downton Abbey!!! Winter Garden Tea Party - Limited seats left! Includes Tea, Trivia and a seat at our free screening on the first hour of Episode 1 of Season 3! EEK! we are soo excited!

Downton Abbey Season 3 preview...

Downton Abbey Season 3 preview tea in Concord at Red River Theatres 12/15. Perfect Saturday morning treat!


Timeline Photos
Downton Abbey!!! Winter Garden Tea Party - Limited seats left! Includes Tea, Trivia and a seat at our free screening on the first hour of Episode 1 of Season 3! EEK! we are soo excited!

Christmas Celtic Sojourn 12/15...

Christmas Celtic Sojourn 12/15 in Derry -- 10th anniversary, fantastic show!


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Flicks | Ang Lee and Suraj Sharma for "Life of Pi"

Ang Lee, the award-winning director, and the star of his acclaimed film "The Life of Pi", Suraj Sharma, talk Patrick Stoner about the grueling pre-shoot efforts of both star and director.

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Tavis Smiley | Writer Paul Tough

Tough challenges the belief that intelligence is the sole indicator of value in the education system.

Tavis Smiley | Writer Paul Tough
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American Experience | Coming this Winter

Watch a short video about what is coming to American Experience this winter, with a message from Executive Producer Mark Samels. The season kicks off with "The Abolitionists" on January 8, 15, & 22, followed by "Henry Ford" and "Silicon Valley."

American Experience | Coming this Winter
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Dr. Anton Armstrong Extended Interview

Listen to more of our conversation with the conductor of the St. Olaf Choir, who suggests that music "will somehow seep into the bodies of those performing and certainly those who are hearing, and if it makes them reflect and they think differently about themselves and the people with whom they live day in and day out and how they lead their lives, then I think we've done our job."

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PBS NewsHour | Talking Revenue, Transition to Senate With Jeff Flake

Ray Suarez talks to U.S. Representative turned Senator-elect Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., who will take over retiring Jon Kyl's seat in the Senate Flake reflects on his hopes for the next term, including how he plans to work across party lines in the Senate to find solutions to U.S. budget issues.

PBS NewsHour | Talking Revenue, Transition to Senate With Jeff Flake
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PBS NewsHour | Rebels, Assad Regime Blame Each Other for Service Disruption

Internet and cell phone service was down throughout the majority of Syria. While rebels blamed the Syrian government for the service disruption, President Bashar al-Assad claimed it was the work of "terrorists." Independent Television News' Jonathan Rugman reports on the shutdown and intense fighting near Damascus.

PBS NewsHour | Rebels, Assad Regime Blame Each Other for Service Disruption
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PBS NewsHour | Islamist-Led Egyptian Assembly Works on Constitution

Jeffrey Brown talks to the New York Times' David Kirkpatrick about the progress of Egypt's Constitutional Assembly to wrap up work on the new Egyptian constitution before its deadline after many secular and liberal representatives have walked away from drawing table, leaving Islamists to create the road map for Egypt's future.

PBS NewsHour | Islamist-Led Egyptian Assembly Works on Constitution
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PBS NewsHour | Colleges Play Game of Musical Chairs Switching Conferences

In college sports, geography, academics and competitive levels have been thrown out in part in favor of money and television ratings. Jeffrey Brown talks to sportswriter John Feinstein about why over 30 teams, especially in football, have changed leagues or conferences in order to gain a larger profit share.

PBS NewsHour | Colleges Play Game of Musical Chairs Switching Conferences
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Tavis Smiley | Indiana University SPEA Dean John D. Graham

Dr. Graham assesses the potential well-being of the working poor, the near poor and the new poor in an economic recovery.

Tavis Smiley | Indiana University SPEA Dean John D. Graham
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PBS NewsHour | Signs of New Phase for Syrian Conflict

As fighting near Damascus intensifies, widespread communication disruptions in Syria signals that the conflict is entering a new phase, with the rebels gaining ground. Margaret Warner talks to the Washington Institute's Andrew Tabler about the latest developments and how jihadists and Salafists are aiding the rebel cause.

PBS NewsHour | Signs of New Phase for Syrian Conflict
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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Lawmakers Charge Lack of Specifics in Fiscal Fix

In other news Thursday, House Speaker John Boehner claimed the White House hadn't yet provided details on where spending cuts would come from to balance the budget. The White House responded by charging that Republicans had failed to say what tax increases they could tolerate in order to fix America's long-term deficit.

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Lawmakers Charge Lack of Specifics in Fiscal Fix
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PBS NewsHour | Thursday, November 29, 2012

Tonight on the program, we take a look into Syria, where the country has been shut off from internet access as rebels continue to put pressure against military forces. Also: Egypt attempts to finalize a constitution, Sen.-elect Jeff Flake talks fiscal cliff, a twin cities dance company showcases diversity, kids reading at the doctor's office, and college sports conferences play 'musical chairs'.

PBS NewsHour | Thursday, November 29, 2012
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PBS NewsHour | Egypt's Morsi Defends Broad Powers in Televised Interview

President Mohammed Morsi addressed the Egyptian public and world in an interview with state television. Morsi maintained his decision to grant himself broader powers free from judicial review or control until a new constitution is completed and approved by parliament, which is likely in the next few weeks. Jeffrey Brown reports.

PBS NewsHour | Egypt
PBS NewsHour | Egypt's Morsi Defends Broad Powers in Televised Interview

PBS NewsHour | Harsh Weather, Knee Injuries Doesn't Stop Filmmaker From Chasing Ice

James Balog has dedicated his life to capturing the earth's melting glaciers on film as climate change causes them to shrink drastically. Hari Sreenivasan talks to Balog about why he has risked so much for this mission.

PBS NewsHour | Harsh Weather, Knee Injuries Doesn
PBS NewsHour | Harsh Weather, Knee Injuries Doesn't Stop Filmmaker From Chasing Ice

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Tavis Smiley | Philanthropists Bernard and Shirley Kinsey

The L.A.-based couple explain how "The Kinsey Collection" explores the intersection of art and history.

Tavis Smiley | Philanthropists Bernard and Shirley Kinsey
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Tavis Smiley | Singer Bettye LaVette

The R&B; great reflects on her memoir, 'A Woman Like Me,' and her new CD, 'Thankful N' Thoughtful.'

Tavis Smiley | Singer Bettye LaVette
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Market Warriors | Extended Interview: Water Vessel Forgery

In Pasadena, CA, MARKET WARRIORS picker Miller Gaffney purchased a water vessel with a questionable past. Hear from Kara J. Hurst, Museum Curator at the Bureau of Land Management, about the investigation into the forgery.

Market Warriors | Extended Interview: Water Vessel Forgery
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Idea Channel | Should "Happy Birthday" be Protected by Copyright?

Did you know the rights to "Happy Birthday" are still privately held today? Copyright was originally created for two reasons: to protect the original creators so they could benefit from their work AND have creative works enter the Public Domain. Unfortunately, the whole system has gotten out of whack with copyright extensions that extend far beyond the life of the creator.

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