Saturday, April 20, 2013

PBS NewsHour | Suspect's Reputation as Normal Kid Is Striking Contrast

Family, friends and acquaintances have come forward to describe the two Tsarnaev brothers, suspected of bombing Boston's Marathon. Ray Suarez talks to Farah Stockman of The Boston Globe and WBUR Public Radio's David Boeri about the city's extreme security measures, as well as what reporters know about the lives of the suspects.

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PBS NewsHour | Were Boston Suspects Part of a Larger, Radical Confederacy?

Authorities are examining whether the Tsarnaev brothers had become ideological militants and whether they acted alone or had accomplices. Jeffrey Brown talks to New York Times reporter Michael Schmidt, Mark Hosenball of Reuters and Bruce Hoffman, director of the Center for Security Studies at Georgetown University.

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PBS NewsHour | Crowdsourcing Offers Extra Eyes and Ears, Some Wrong Turns

Sophisticated technology and crowdsourcing have helped police and the public work together in identifying the suspects in the Boston bombing. But some of the theories posited online have targeted innocent people. Ray Suarez interviews former deputy homeland security adviser Richard Falkenrath and Will Oremus of Slate.

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Tavis Smiley | Rock band Heart

The Wilson sisters reflect on their pioneering career and induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

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PBS NewsHour | Manhunt for Bombing Suspect Ends After Daylong City Shutdown

The manhunt for Boston Marathon bomb suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev came to an end Friday evening in the suburb of Watertown, Mass. Ray Suarez talks to WGBH reporter Phillip Martin, Farah Stockman of the Boston Globe and Bruce Gellerman of WBUR about how police found and captured the suspect, plus a sense of relief across Boston.

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PBS NewsHour | Crowdsourced Sleuthing Offers Eyes and Ears, Wrong Turns

Sophisticated technology and crowdsourcing have helped police and the public work together in identifying the suspects in the Boston bombing. But some of the theories posited online have targeted innocent people. Ray Suarez interviews former deputy homeland security adviser Richard Falkenrath and Will Oremus of Slate.

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Washington Week | Boston, Ricin, Sandfordâ?Ts Woes and Bushâ?Ts Books

In the webcast extra we look at what the media got wrong in its coverage of Boston and the Ricin laced letters that amplified tensions in an already turbulent time. Also, what does Mark Sanfordâ?Ts future hold void of GOP support? Finally, on a lighter note, a former president welcomes a new granddaughter and opens his library.

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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Search Continues for Survivors of Texas Explosion

In other news Friday, rescuers continued to search for survivors of the fertilizer explosion in the small town of West, Texas, where 60 people were still unaccounted for. Also, the Boy Scouts of America has proposed ending the organization's ban on gay scouts while continuing to ban gay adult leaders.

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PBS NewsHour | Boston Stayed On Edge After Police Ordered City Lockdown

The city and suburbs of Boston were put on lockdown and residents were told to stay in their homes after an early morning shootout in Watertown, Mass., between police and two bombing suspects. One of the suspects, 26-year-old Tamerlan Tsarnaev, was killed, and a police officer was killed earlier that night. Kwame Holman reports.

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Live From Lincoln Center | Celebration! Stephanie Blythe Meets Kate Smith

Stephanie Blythe has thrilled audiences in opera houses around the world. Now she celebrates another great American singer, Kate Smith, whose bold, beautiful voice inspired and comforted a nation through the Great Depression and devastating wars. This fond and funny evening shines with popular standards like "We'll Meet Again," "When You Wish Upon a Star" and of course "God Bless America."

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PBS NewsHour | Shields and Brooks on Resilience During National Trauma

Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks talk to Jeffrey Brown about the Boston Marathon attack and the ensuing city-wide lockdown while authorities conducted a manhunt. They also discuss the politics and political consequences behind the failed gun legislation, and whether it can be revived.

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Need To Know | Financial literacy

To mark financial literacy month, "Need to Know" correspondent Stacey Tisdale travels to Mississippi to examine a program designed to help low-income, mostly African-American children save for college - and teach them about banking and money along the way. Anchor Ray Suarez interviews Richard Cordray, the head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

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Foyle's War | Plan of Attack, Part 2

Sam, who has been working as a librarian in the Air Ministry's cartography facility, joins the investigation. Racketeering, sabotage and murder collide as the strands of the case come together. Also together are the three law enforcement comrades. Part 2 of 2

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Religious Responses to Boston Bombing

Faith communities in Boston and beyond should pray â?ofor a sense of our connectedness to each other,â? says Rev. Samuel Lloyd, priest-in-charge at Trinity Church in Bostonâ?Ts Back Bay. In the midst of a terrible trauma, they should be â?ograteful for a God of love working through all of this.â?

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Need To Know | Mississippi Savings

To mark financial literacy month, "Need to Know" correspondent Stacey Tisdale travels to Mississippi to examine a program designed to help low-income, mostly African-American children save for college - and teach them about banking and money along the way. Statistics show that families and students who plan to save -- even a minimum amount -- have a much greater chance of attending college.

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PBS Arts | Life on Four Strings: Jake's Drum Strum

Jake Shimabukuro explains how playing drums in high school influenced his famous strum on the ukulele. Footage was taken during the production of Jake Shimabukuro: Life on Four Strings, the full-length documentary on Jake and his career airing starting May 10th on PBS. Check local listings.

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PBS Arts | Life on Four Strings: Jake Playing in the Streets of Tokyo

Jake Shimabukuro performing Me & Shirley T while on tour in Tokyo. Footage was taken during the production of Jake Shimabukuro: Life on Four Strings, the full-length documentary on Jake and his career, airing beginning May 10th on PBS. Check local listings.

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Need To Know | Interview: Richard Cordray

Richard Cordray is the first director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the new federal agency charged with supervising financial institutions, enforcing consumer financial laws, and educating consumers.

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In Performance at The White House | Alabama Shakes Born Under A Bad Sign

Alabama Shakes performs Born Under A Bad Sign.

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Rev. Sally Bingham Extended Interview

Climate change â?ois probably the most moral issue of our time," says the president and founder of Interfaith Power & Light, a coalition of thousands of religious people putting their faith into action through energy stewardship.

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PBS Arts | Life on Four Strings: Hiroshima Peace Park

Jake Shimabukuro reflects and plays his ukulele at the Peace Park in Hiroshima, Japan. Footage was taken during the production of Jake Shimabukuro: Life on Four Strings, the full-length documentary on Jake and his career, airing beginning May 10th on PBS. Check local listings.

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On Canvas | Marshall Crenshaw

Crenshaw's music has roots in classic soul music, British Invasion song craft, with influences from Burt Bacharach and Buddy Holly. Crenshaw is a noted guitarist who uses offbeat chord progressions and concise solos. He is best known for eponymous first album included the US hit Someday, Someway.

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Sarah Jawaid Extended Interview

"We saw in our texts, in the Qurâ?Tan and Hadith, that there's so much about protecting the earth and seeing nature as a sign for us to reflect upon, but we weren't seeing that in our communities." Watch more of our interview with Sarah Jawaid, director of Green Muslims.

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Religion and the Environment

Interfaith Power & Light brings together people of different faiths to be better stewards of creation by responding to global warming and by supporting changes in environmental public policy.

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PBS Arts | Life on Four Strings: Aidan and Jake

10-year-old Aidan James from Honolulu, HI talks about his hero Jake Shimabukuro before sharing the stage with him at the historic â?~Iolani Palace. Footage was taken during the production of Jake Shimabukuro: Life on Four Strings, the full-length documentary on Jake and his career.

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Live From Lincoln Center | Rodgers & Hammerstein's 'Carousel' - Preview

Salute spring with Rodgers & Hammersteinâ?Ts Carousel; Kelli Oâ?THara and Nathan Gunn star. 4/26/2013

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Friday, April 19, 2013

Live From Lincoln Center | "Soliloquy" from Rodgers & Hammerstein's Carousel

Opera star Nathan Gunn plays Billy Bigelow in the New York Philharmonic's landmark performance of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Carousel. He and his co-stars talk about Billy and the groundbreaking song, "Soliloquy," that supplies a crucial sympathetic dimension to the character.

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Flicks | Eddie Redmayne and Amanda Seyfriend for "Les Miserables"

Eddie Redmayne and Amanda Seyfriend (the young lovers in LES MIS, now on dvd) talk about the freedom the live music on the set gave them as actors.

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Tavis Smiley | Actor Harrison Ford

The Oscar-nominated actor describes lessons learned from portraying Brooklyn Dodgers GM Branch Rickey in the new Jackie Robinson biopic, "42."

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PBS NewsHour | Plant Explosion Devastates Texas Town, Residents Evacuate

A fire and resulting explosion at a fertilizer plant has ravaged the small Texas town of West. The massive blast, which occurred around 8 p.m. local time, left surrounding streets in ruins. Ray Suarez reports on the continuing search for survivors and the mounting toll of dead and wounded.

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PBS NewsHour | Search Continues for Survivors of Texas Explosion

The explosion at a Texas fertilizer plant has left scores injured and killed a still unconfirmed number of people. Although the cause of the explosion is yet unknown, authorities say there is no evidence of foul play. Ray Suarez talks with KERA Public Radio's BJ Austin for more on the investigation and the search for survivors.

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PBS NewsHour | FBI Releases Photos of Boston Blast Suspects

Tthe FBI released pictures and video of two suspects who may have planted a device at the site of the explosion near the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Jeffrey Brown talks with David Boeri of WBUR Public Radio about how investigators have combed through thousands of tips so far.

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PBS NewsHour | Messages of Mourning and Hope for Boston After Attack

In Boston, President Obama and first lady Michelle joined Mayor Tom Menino, Gov. Deval Patrick and thousands of others at an interfaith memorial service for the victims of the attack on the city's marathon. Jeffrey Brown reports on the many messages of comfort for the unnerved city.

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PBS NewsHour | Rise of Domestic Drones Draws Questions About Privacy

The increased domestic use of small unmanned aerial devices known as drones have spurred enthusiasm from law enforcement officials to amateur photographers. But the evolving use of the technology has also triggered privacy concerns. Hari Sreenivasan reports on the debate surrounding acceptable uses of domestic drones.

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PBS NewsHour | Thursday, April 18, 2013

Tonight on the program, we look at the devastating, deadly explosion of a fertilizer plant in West, Texas. Also: the FBI releases photos of Boston bombing suspects while that city begins mourning with a interfaith memorial, the rise of domestic use of drones, a sweeping immigration reform bill in the Senate and a push to alleviate global poverty by the World Bank.

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PBS NewsHour | World Bank Announces Goal to End Extreme Poverty by 2030

The World Bank wants to end extreme global poverty by the year 2030. World Bank president Jim Yong Kim announced the push as the bank began its annual spring meeting along with the International Monetary Fund. Jeffrey Brown interviews Kim about what can be done to alleviate some of the economic suffering around the world.

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PBS NewsHour | Sen. Durbin: Gang of Eight Found Balance on Immigration

A bipartisan team of senators rolled out its sweeping plan for immigration reform, meant to create a path to citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the U.S. Margaret Warner talks to Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., one of the lawmakers who collaborated on the plan.

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Windows to the Wild | In Search of Arethusa & The Falls

Willem's off to spend a weekend at the Omni Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods, right in the middle of New Hampshire's outdoor playground. The area offers hiking trails, ziplines, fishing streams, and of course, the hotel's namesake to the north.

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Live From Lincoln Center | "Playing Jigger Craigin" in Rodgers & Hammerstein's Carousel

Winner of the 2002 Tony Award for his performance as Jud Fry in Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma!, Shuler Hensley joins the cast of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Carousel to play another colorful ne'er-do-well, Jigger Craigin. Here he reveals how he was able to put his own special stamp on the character of a man you love to hate.

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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Mississippi Man Charged for Poisonous Letters

In other news Thursday, Mississippi resident Paul Kevin Curtis has been charged with sending letters tainted with ricin to President Barack Obama and Sen. Roger Wicker. Curtis claims to be innocent. Also, upper Midwest states were hit with intense flooding following heavy rainfall. A sinkhole in Chicago swallowed three cars.

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The Dust Bowl | The Dust Bowl, Part II: Reaping the Whirlwind - Preview

Experience the conservation efforts to bring farms back to life, with dangers of another Dust Bowl in the future. 4/30/2013

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Antiques Roadshow | Rapid City (Hour 2)- Preview

TWA travel posters; a 1932 signed photograph of Mount Rushmore; and a Rock-Ola juke box. 4/29/2013

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PBS NewsHour | World Bank President on Urgency of Climate Change Issues

Thursday on the NewsHour, Kim speaks with Jeffrey Brown about a new initiative to address extreme poverty. In an extended conversation, Kim also addressed the urgency of climate change. He says they must increase financial resources for sustainable energy, use innovative agriculture to put carbon back into the ground and partner with major cities to reduce their carbon footprint.

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Live From Lincoln Center | "Playing Jigger Craigin" in Rodgers & Hammerstein's Carousel

Winner of the 2002 Tony Award for his performance as Jud Fry in Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma!, Shuler Hensley joins the cast of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Carousel to play another colorful ne'er-do-well, Jigger Craigin. Here he reveals how he was able to put his own special stamp on the character of a man you love to hate.

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