Saturday, March 16, 2013

Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Sydney Laurence Landscape, ca. 1935

Watch Nan Chisholm's appraisal of a Sydney Laurence landscape, ca. 1935, in Spokane Hour 2.

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Public Media Commons | The Clinic

The Clinic in Phoenixville offers medical services and health care services for those in need that lack insurance. This video tells the story about how The Clinic helped Dan Korczynski receive first class care in his time of need. Produced by Dan Korczynski and Thomas Burd

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PBS NewsHour | Syria Rebels Vow to Fight Until Assad Is Gone

The conflict in Syria hit a grim milestone: two years ago protests began that would spark the current civil war. Syrian rebels have announced they will continue to fight until the Assad regime is gone. Jeffrey Brown reports on whether western nations are any closer to interceding directly.

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PBS NewsHour | Shields and Brooks on CPAC, Obama's Outreach to Congress

New York Times columnist David Brooks and syndicated columnist Mark Shields talk with Judy Woodruff about who was and wasn't at the annual CPAC meeting, whether President Obama's bipartisan outreach to Congress will produce results, plus words on what the new pope's leadership may mean for the Catholic Church.

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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: CR Intrinsic Pay $600 Million for Insider Trading

In other news Friday, trading group CR Intrinsic will pay $600 million in a settlement with the SEC over allegations that a manager made trades on a drug for Alzheimer's disease. Also, the Vatican struck back at claims that Pope Francis didn't intervene or confront the bloody Argentine dictatorship starting in the late '70s.

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PBS NewsHour | Former JP Morgan Executive Deflects Blame for Mistake

Ina Drew, the former J.P. Morgan Chase executive who resigned after that bank made a billion dollar trading error, faced a Senate hearing Friday, where she testified she had been a diligent manager but had been lied to by subordinates. Ray Suarez talks with Bloomberg News' Dawn Kopecki who attended the hearing.

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On Canvas | George Thorogood and the Destroyers

George Thorogood & the Destroyers have been going strong since the release of their first album in 1977. With 16 studio albums to their credit, including Platinum and Gold records, their bad-boy approach is softened by Georgeâ?Ts candid interview, revealing quite a different side. Originating from Wilmington, DE, the band is know for their hit â?oBad to the Boneâ? and other blues standards.

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Shepard Hardware Mechanical Banks

Watch Andy Ourant's appraisal of Shepard Hardware mechanical banks, in Spokane Hour 2.

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PBS NewsHour | Friday, March 15, 2013

Tonight on the program, we look at the state of the conflict in Syria, where rebel forces vow to fight until the Assad regime is gone. Also: conservative activists and politicians convene at CPAC, the political analysis of Shields and Brooks, why the EPA has stalled on setting standards for safe levels of chromium-6 in the drinking water, and J.P. Morgan faces the Senate over a $1 billion error.

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Friday, March 15, 2013

Independent Lens | Boliviaâ?Ts Indigenous Workers - Classroom Module

This educational module from the film Waiting for the Revolution, part of the Women's Empowerment Curriculum, investigates the concepts of unemployment, unions and workerâ?Ts rights as universal human rights.

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Matthew from 'Downto

Matthew from 'Downton Abbey' ditches the blond hair (AP,Getty Images)

Tavis Smiley | Education Under Arrest - It's Not "One Size Fit All"

Michael Triplett, principal of St. Louisâ?T Innovative Concept Academy explains how ICA is working to reverse and mend the consequences of the outdated and inoperative system of quickly putting kids away for minor offenses.

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Matthew from 'Downto

Matthew from 'Downton Abbey' ditches the blond hair (AP,Getty Images)

NOVA | Meteor Strike Preview

A meteor burst into a fireball over Siberia. Can we spot the next deadly asteroid in time?

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Independent Lens | Egyptâ?Ts 2005 Election - Shayfeen.com Classroom Module

This educational module from the Women's Empowerment Curriculum looks at the principles that might make an election democratic as well as ways in which elections can be inefficient, manipulated or abused.

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PBS NewsHour | New Art Installation Lights Up San Francisco's Other Bridge

A new art installation brings new light to San Francisco Bay. The Bay Bridge, which connects San Francisco and Oakland, is the focus of a new public art display featuring thousands of LED technology lights. NewsHour correspondent Spencer Michels has the story of the high-tech work of art.

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PBS NewsHour | A Down-to-Earth Debut for Pope Francis

Following his historic election, Pope Francis' first day was no-nonsense, as he collected his belongings before moving into his new life as pontiff. The 76-year-old Argentina native is the first non-European pope in 12 centuries, though he is the son of Italian immigrants. Jonathan Rugman of Independent Television News reports.

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An interview with th

An interview with the Call the Midwife cast: http://www.thirteen.org/programs/call-the-midwife/#

PBS NewsHour | Michigan Gov. Puts Detroit Under Emergency Fiscal Management

Michigan's Gov. Rick Snyder announced an emergency financial manager will take over Detroit's finances. The city has faced economic struggles as residents and businesses left for suburbs and it saw reductions in state aid. Margaret Warner talks to Gov. Snyder and Detroit's new financial manager, Kevyn Orr, about the plan.

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An interview with th

An interview with the Call the Midwife cast: http://www.thirteen.org/programs/call-the-midwife/#

Nature | The Loneliest Animals - Preview

Scientists attempt to breed new generations of nearly extinct species. 3/20/2013

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Shannon Street Blues Fest | Little Boys Blue

Little Boys Blue Performs at the 2011 Shannon Street Blues Fest in Jackson, TN

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NHPTV Specials | Bringing Down the Gavel for 40 Years!

We're celebrating 40 years of bringing down the gavel! Be a part of the fun! Donate to the NHPTV Spring Auction today!

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Independent Lens | Digital Activism - Shayfeen.com Classroom Module

This educational module from the Women's Empowerment Curriculum analyzes how digital media tools work in less developed nations or areas where media access is limited. Evaluate the savvy, resources, skills and support needed to develop effective media outreach.

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Folk Miniature Portrait, ca. 1830

Watch Ken Farmer's appraisal of a folk miniature portrait, ca. 1830, in Spokane Hour 2.

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PBS NewsHour | Argentines Hope Pope Francis Can Reform Vatican Transparency

Pope Francis is the first pontiff to hail from Argentina. He's also a huge soccer fan. For more on the pope's South American roots and his home country's reaction to the papal election, as well as the intersection of religion, populism and politics there, Jeffrey Brown talks with Hugh Bronstein of Reuters from Buenos Aires.

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PBS Online Film Festival | 2013 Festival | Story of an Egg

Watch and vote for "Story of an Egg," a short documentary film about the real story behind such terms as "cage free," "free range," and "pasture raised" eggs. To cast your vote, visit http://www.pbs.org/filmfestival/vote/

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Space Shuttle Columbia: Mission of Hope | Space Shuttle Columbia - Long Preview

From the depths of hell to the heights of space, this documentary tells the compelling, untold story of a crewmemberâ?Ts determination to fulfill his â?omission within a missionâ? aboard the space shuttle Columbia. Learn how and why a small Torah scroll that survived the Holocaust was entrusted to Israeli astronaut Ilan Ramon as he lifted into space on Columbiaâ?Ts ultimately ill-fated flight.

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True Lives | Senorita Extraviada - Trailer

Someone is killing the young women of Juarez. Since 1993, over 270 young women have been raped and murdered in a chillingly consistent and brazen manner. Crafting a film that is both a poetic meditation and mystery, Lourdes Portillo's Senorita Extraviada is a haunting investigation into an unspeakable crime wave amid the corruption of one of the biggest border towns in the world.

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On Stage at Curtis | Ida Kavafian on Nikki Chooi

Ida Kavafian, Nikki's teacher at Curtis, has some thoughts on this brilliant young violinist:

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Shannon Street Blues Fest | Tyler Goodson and Friends

Tyler Goodson and Friends perform at the 2011 Shannon Street Blues Fest in Jackson, TN

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Constitution USA with Peter Sagal | Peter Sagal on CONSTITUTION USA

PBS asks Peter Sagal about his latest project CONSTITUTION USA.

Constitution USA with Peter Sagal | Peter Sagal on CONSTITUTION USA
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Secret Life of Scientists | Maria Klawe: The Proof is in the Painting

Maria Klawe is a mathematician, computer scientist and the President of Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, California. When Maria is away from her day job (and sometimes even when she's at her day job), Maria creates beautiful watercolor paintings.

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First Freedom | Campaign of 1800

By 1800, political parties had established themselves in American politics and were in full operation during the election between John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. The brutality of the campaign severed the once-strong relationship between the two patriots.

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What do you get when you take ...

What do you get when you take a hungry monkey and an apple tree? In kindergartner Aaron K.'s NHPTV PBS KIDS GO! story you get a monkey stuck in a tree! This weekend would be a great time to work on a story for the contest! http://ow.ly/iSDJJ

What do you get when you take ...

What do you get when you take a hungry monkey and an apple tree? In kindergartner Aaron K.'s NHPTV PBS KIDS GO! story you get a monkey stuck in a tree! This weekend would be a great time to work on a story for the contest! http://ow.ly/iSDJJ

Shannon Street Blues Fest | Grady Champion

Grady Champion performs at the 2011 Shannon Street Blues Fest in Jackson, TN

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First Freedom | A City Upon A Hill

Can a society that seeks religious freedom for itself also extend it to others who donâ?Tt believe the same way?

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Mr. Cao Goes to Washington | Mr. Cao Goes to Washington - Preview

Mr. Cao Goes to Washington follows the unexpected journey of Rep. Joseph Cao, the first Vietnamese American elected to the US Congress, the only non-white House Republican of the 111th Congress, and the only Republican to vote for President Obamaâ?Ts Health Care Reform Bill.

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In the Garden | Plant of the Week: Purple Loosestrife Lythrum salicaria

Exotic, non-indigenous weeds whether purposefully or inadvertently introduced are capable of reducing crop and livestock production, increasing production costs and postharvest crop losses through direct competition with agricultural crops. Nationwide, direct non-indigenous weed costs are estimated to be $3.6 to $5.4 billion annually.

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On Stage at Curtis | Graduation Recital by Violinist Rebecca Anderson

A graduation recital by violinist Rebecca Anderson. Rebecca is a native of Portland, Oregon, and studied at Curtis with Ida Kavafian. Her program, accompanied by Curtis staff pianist Amy J. Yang, includes Schumann's Sonata No. 1 in A minor, Op. 105; Eugène Ysaÿe's Sonata in E minor, Op. 27, No. 4; Sibelius' Five Pieces, Op. 81; and Messiaen's Fantaisie.

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Space Shuttle Columbia: Mission of Hope | Space Shuttle Columbia: Mission of Hope - Preview

Learn how and why Israeli astronaut Ilan Ramon brought a Torah scroll on board the shuttle Columbia. 1/31/2013

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Constitution USA with Peter Sagal | Congressional Gridlock, can it be good?

Yale professor Akhil Amar talks about Congressional gridlock. Did the framers have this in mind when they drafted the Constitution? Can gridlock be good?

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Secret Life of Scientists | 30 Second Science: Maria Klawe

Maria Klawe is a mathematician, computer scientist and the President of Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, California. When Maria is away from her day job (and sometimes even when she's at her day job), Maria creates beautiful watercolor paintings.

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