Saturday, February 2, 2013

Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: French Crystal Regulator Clock, ca. 1900

Watch John A. Delaney's appraisal of a French crystal regulator clock, ca. 1900, in Boston Hour 1.

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Nature | Population Control Controversy

The growing number of kangaroos is beginning to have a negative impact on the environment. The government solution is to reduce the number of kangaroos through culling. Other solutions include sanctuaries and contraception.

Nature | Population Control Controversy
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | The Rosa Parks Papers

Her letters, papers, photographs, and library all remain inaccessible to the public, so historians and scholars are unable to tell her story in full.

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Washington Week | Hillary Clinton's Legacy, Gabrielle Giffords' Gun Testimony

The panelists examine Hillary Clinton's legacy at the State Department. What were her accomplishments and failures? Also, did Gabrielle Giffords testimony at the gun hearing have a legislative impact? Plus, what can we expect from the Massachusetts special election for John Kerry's Senate seat? Will Scott Brown be running for the state's governorship?

Washington Week | Hillary Clinton
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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Signed John Lennon Book, ca. 1965

Check out Laura Woolley's appraisal of a signed John Lennon book, ca. 1965, in Corpus Christi Hour 2.

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Antiques Roadshow | Web-Exclusive Appraisal: Pretzel Chair

During ROADSHOW's 2012 visit to Boston, Massachusetts, John Sollo appraises a rare George Nelson for Herman Miller "Pretzel" chair.

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NHPTV Special Productions | Warren Rudman Remembered

Warren Rudman served as NH's US Senator from 1980 to 1993. Instrumental in crafting and winning passage of the Gramm-Rudman-Hollings Deficit Reduction Act, he refused to accept PAC money and chose not to run for a third term when politics became too divisive. On January 25th, 2013, at the US District Court in Concord that bears his name, friends and family gathered to remember.

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Windows to the Wild | Celebrating a Hiking Old-Timer

After meeting Don Vandenburgh, an 89-year-old WWII vet and lifelong hiker, Willem cautiously hikes the strenuous Fishin' Jimmy Trail with two of Don's sons. To honor Don, the family helped underwrite the replacement for the old Kinsman Pond Shelter just above Franconia Notch.

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The Open Mind | The Future of American Medicine

President and CEO of New York-Presbyterian Hospital Dr. Herbert Pardes discusses the promises and challenges of American medicine.

The Open Mind | The Future of American Medicine
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Grand Rapids Interfaith Year

"We're not promoting faith. We're not even promoting interfaith. We're promoting understanding," says Dr. Douglas Kindschi, director of the Kaufman Interfaith Institute at Grand Valley State University.

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Independent Lens | Meet Carmela: A Real Life Wonder Woman

In this excerpt from the Independent Lens documentary, Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines, we meet working mom, Carmela Lane, and hear why she identifies so strongly with her favorite superheroine...so much so that she has not one, but two Wonder Woman tattoos!

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American Masters | Film Outtake: 1957 Tour

The year Sister Rosetta Tharpe hit the road with Dixieland trombonist Chris Barber and his band.

American Masters | Film Outtake: 1957 Tour
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Independent Lens | Intervention - Criminal Justice System Classroom Module

This Community Classroom module introduces the Girl Scouts Beyond Bars program, which brings together daughters with their incarcerated moms. Viewers see examples of activities that are designed to strengthen the bond between mothers and daughters even when these mothers are locked up. Part of the Women and Girls Lead, Volume 3 curriculum titled Women, Girls and the Criminal Justice System.

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Need To Know | Manufacturing Jobs in Alabama

"Need to Know" examines how millions of jobs are unfilled, even during a period of high unemployment, because workers don't have the necessary skills. The program focuses on Alabama's efforts to train a new generation of shipyard workers to fight unemployment and attract business to the state.

Need To Know | Manufacturing Jobs in Alabama
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Nature | Challenges for Urban Kangaroos

Kangaroos encounter many challenges in the urban environment including: media misreports, getting caught in fences, hit by cars, or chased by dogs.

Nature | Challenges for Urban Kangaroos
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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Millner's Model Doll, ca. 1840

Watch Marshall Martin's appraisal of a millner's model doll, ca. 1840, in Boston Hour 1.

Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Millner
Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Millner's Model Doll, ca. 1840

Washington Week | U.S. Economic Recovery and Bipartisan Immigration Reform

With a combination of contrasting economic data, is the US economy really on the mend? Also, does the recent bipartisan push by Congress indicate a new era for immigration reform? Plus, Chuck Hagel's chances of becoming the next Secretary of Defense. Joining Gwen: David Wessel, Wall Street Journal; Karen Tumulty, Washington Post, Fawn Johnson, National Journal; Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times.

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Independent Lens | Mohamed Nasheed Confronts Climate Change Head-on in Maldives

In this excerpt from the Independent Lens documentary, The Island President, we see then President Mohamed Nasheed visit one of the islands of the Maldives to see the effects of the rising sea level along one of its beaches.

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After Newtown | What Next After Newtown

From WNET-Thirteen in New York, a Public Television special event continuing the coverage of the Newtown shootings: looking for long-term solutions and answers to the tragedy. Jeff Greenfield, Maria Hinojosa, Susie Gharib and Scott Simon host.

After Newtown | What Next After Newtown
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American Experience (reminder!)

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American Experience (reminder!)

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NHPTV Special Productions | A Celebration of the Life of Warren B. Rudman

The entire unedited January 25th, 2013 tribute. The tribute runs approximately 1 hour and 55 minutes.

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Beatles Records & Letter, 1970

In Boston Hour 2, Simeon Lipman appraises a collection of Beatles records and letter, 1970.

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Need To Know | 2/1/2013: Manufacturing Jobs

Need to Know examines how millions of jobs are unfilled, even during a period of high unemployment, because workers don't have the necessary skills. The program focuses on Alabama's efforts to train a new generation of shipyard workers to fight unemployment and attract business to the state. Labor lawyer George Wentworth on efforts to end hiring discrimination against the long-term unemployed.

Need To Know | 2/1/2013: Manufacturing Jobs
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Timbuktu Mali Manuscripts

The latest news from Timbuktu, according to Professor Shamil Jeppie, is that 25,000 Islamic manuscripts were quietly moved out of the fabled Saharan city to protect them from destruction by Islamist militants. Photo: REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

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Friday, February 1, 2013

MotorWeek | 2013 Jaguar XF AWD & 2013 Acura RDX

In this episode, Jaguar introduces all-wheel-drive to the XF lineup, then Acura rolls out a a more refined RDX. Plus, first impressions of the Land Rover LR2 and the Infiniti M37x. Also, new advice on old tires, and an app for parking meters.

MotorWeek | 2013 Jaguar XF AWD & 2013 Acura RDX
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American Masters | Film Comment: Mick Csaky

Director Mick Csaky on making "The Godmother of Rock & Roll."

American Masters | Film Comment: Mick Csaky
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Need To Know | Interview: Peter Cappelli

Peter Cappelli, is the George W. Taylor Professor of Management at The Wharton School and Director of Wharton's Center for Human Resources and author of Why Good People Can't Get Jobs: The Skills Gap and What Companies Can Do About It.

Need To Know | Interview: Peter Cappelli
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Health Link | Coping with Grief Preview

Health Link examines the grieving process and offers suggestions on how to support someone who is suffering a loss.

Health Link | Coping with Grief Preview
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Nature | From Wilderness, to Wilderness

This clip examines the evolution of part of the Pripyat Marshes under Soviet rule from wetland wilderness to agricultural and nuclear powerhouse and back again in the wake of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.

Nature | From Wilderness, to Wilderness
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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Maori Kotiate War Club, ca. 1850

Check out Anthony Slayter-Ralph's appraisal of a Maori Kotiate war club, ca. 1850, in Boston Hour 1.

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Health Link | Weight Loss Success

Are you one of the millions of Americans struggling to shed excess pounds? Or maybe you want to trim down but don't know where to begin. On the next HEALTH LINK we'll examine how you can 'win at losing' and maintain a healthy weight for life. We'll evaluate the diet and lifestyle changes that really work and show you how to make fitness part of your day.

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Need To Know | American Voices: George Wentworth

George Wentworth, a senior staff attorney at the National Employment Law Project, on the new laws in several states prohibiting hiring discrimination against the unemployed.

Need To Know | American Voices: George Wentworth
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Makers: Women Who Make America | Title IX

Title IX compelled schools to offer sports programs to women.

Makers: Women Who Make America | Title IX
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PBS KIDS Previews | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood: Saying I Love You

Making Something is One Way to Say I Love You

PBS KIDS Previews | Daniel Tiger
PBS KIDS Previews | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood: Saying I Love You

Independent Lens | First Day of School - Pushing the Elephant Classroom Module

This film module follows Congolese refugee Nangabire on her first day of school in the U.S. We see her sense of isolation in a new environment, where she can't speak the language and doesn't know the culture. In a conversation with her mother, she also reveals her side of the story of being separated from her mother and siblings for the past 10 years after they left the DRC as refugees.

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Jens Risom Occasional Table, ca. 1958

Watch Peter Loughrey's appraisal of a Jens Risom Occasional table, ca. 1958, in Corpus Christi Hour 1.

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PBS NewsHour | Refugees Make Treacherous Crossings Out of Syria

The civil war in Syria has causes thousands of refugees to flood into Jordan every night. Jonathan Miller of Independent Television News reports from one of the secret crossing points between the two countries, located on the outskirts of the Syrian city of Daraa.

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Makers: Women Who Make America | Civil Rights

Radicalized by their experiences for Civil Rights, women began see there needed to be a women's liberation movement.

Makers: Women Who Make America | Civil Rights
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PBS NewsHour | Israel Weighs Threat of, Action Against Nuclear Iran

Iran announced it plans to amp up uranium enrichment, stoking fears that country is getting closer to a nuclear weapon. Margaret Warner reports from Israel on the growing debate there on how much of a threat Iran poses and how Israelis, along with the international community, should respond.

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Nature | Life Goes On

In this clip, biologists monitor how several animal species have been affected by long-term radiation exposure in the "Exclusion Zone" surrounding the site of the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster.

Nature | Life Goes On
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American Experience | The Wild West in Silicon Valley

During the early days of Silicon Valley, physicists and engineers from various companies in the valley would meet at "The Wagon Wheel," a hangout for Fairchild employees and for people who worked at Fairchild spin-off companies. As one Fairchild employee put it, the Wagon Wheel was a hub of networking.

American Experience | The Wild West in Silicon Valley
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PBS NewsHour | Pew Survey: 3/4 of Americans Don't Trust the Government

A new survey from the Pew Research Center finds the nation is increasingly distrustful of the federal government: 73 percent don't have faith that lawmakers -- members of Congress in particular -- will do the right thing. Judy Woodruff asks Andy Kohut, director of the Pew Research Center, for more details and historical context.

PBS NewsHour | Pew Survey: 3/4 of Americans Don
PBS NewsHour | Pew Survey: 3/4 of Americans Don't Trust the Government

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Senate Votes to Suspend Debt Limit Until May

In other news Thursday, the Senate voted to suspend the debt limit through mid-May 2013, allowing the government to continue borrowing to pay its bills. Also, American personal incomes hit an eight-year high in December 2012.

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Senate Votes to Suspend Debt Limit Until May
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PBS NewsHour | Chuck Hagel Defends Record at Confirmation Hearing

Former Nebraska Sen. Chuck Hagel, nominee for secretary of defense, faced pointed questioning at his confirmation hearing. Fellow Republicans, including Sen. John McCain, interrogated Hagel on his past opposition to the surge of U.S. troops into Iraq. Judy Woodruff reports on the contentious exchanges in Congress.

PBS NewsHour | Chuck Hagel Defends Record at Confirmation Hearing
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Health Link | Weight Loss Success | Weight Loss Tips

Are you one of the millions of Americans struggling to shed excess pounds? Have you become an expert at losing weight, only to regain it? On the next HEALTH LINK we'll examine how you can 'win at losing' and maintain a healthy weight for life. We'll evaluate the diet and lifestyle changes that really work and show you how to make fitness part of your day.

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Feathered Cape, ca. 1860

Watch Douglas Deihl's appraisal of a feathered cape, ca. 1860, in Boston Hour 1.

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PBS NewsHour | Al Gore's 'Future' Tackles Technology, Global Economy

Jeffrey Brown talks with Oscar-winning, Nobel Prize-bearing former Vice President Al Gore about his new book, "The Future: Six Drivers of Climate Change," which examines major shifts in science, technology, the global economy, and American democracy, plus the recent sale of Gore's television network Current to Al-Jazeera.

PBS NewsHour | Al Gore
PBS NewsHour | Al Gore's 'Future' Tackles Technology, Global Economy

PBS NewsHour | Thursday, January 31, 2013

Tonight on the program, we examine the confirmation hearings that former Sen. Chuck Hagel faced today in front of the Senate. Also: families affected and separated by the fighting in Syria, decisions for Israel as Iran continues its nuclear program, Former Vice President Al Gore talks "The Future", Pew shows large disapproval for Congress, and how the New York Times was hacked.

PBS NewsHour | Thursday, January 31, 2013
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PBS NewsHour | New York Times Computer System Victim of Hacking Attack

The New York Times fell victim to a four-month cyber attack by Chinese hackers who cracked passwords to more than 50 email accounts, including those of top reporters. Ray Suarez talks with Times reporter Nicole Perlroth and Grady Summers, vice president of the cyber security company hired to investigate the attack.s

PBS NewsHour | New York Times Computer System Victim of Hacking Attack
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