Saturday, May 18, 2013

Live From Lincoln Center | Audra McDonald: Go Back Home - Preview

Join series host Audra McDonald as she takes center stage to perform new songs and other favorites. 5/24/2013

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PBS NewsHour | Thursday, May 16, 2013

Tonight on the program, we examine President Obama and the White House's reaction to the recent IRS scandals and the actions taken to address the situation. Also: President Obama and Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan reaffirm their commitment to end the bloodshed in Syria, evangelical churches seeking immigration reform due to changing demographics, and stem cell advances raise ethical questions.

PBS NewsHour | Thursday, May 16, 2013
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Constitution USA with Peter Sagal

Coming up on NHPTV - Constitution USA with Peter Sagal
What does it really mean to live in a free country? Peter Sagal investigates what freedom means to Americans across the country. Tuesday at 9 p.m. on NHPTV PRIME - Airing: 5/21/2013


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Friday, May 17, 2013

Thursday, May 16, 2013

PBS NewsHour | Photographer Explores â?~Chicagoâ?Ts Bloody Yearâ?T

For the past 10 years photographer Jon Lowenstein has turned his lens to the slow-moving forces shaping daily life for the people of Chicagoâ?Ts South Side, chronicling the demolition of some of the nationâ?Ts largest housing projects, the closure of crumbling schools and some of the deep bonds built in a changing community amidst ongoing violence.

PBS NewsHour | Photographer Explores â?~Chicagoâ?Ts Bloody Yearâ?T
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MEET CLIFFORD AND WORD GIRL AT STORY LAND

MEET CLIFFORD AND WORD GIRL AT STORY LAND
(DURHAM, May 14, 2013) - Go on an adventure to Story Land and meet Clifford and WordGirl during NHPTV Family Day at Story Land, Saturday, June 1st from 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Enjoy a fun day at the theme park in Glen, NH, and support New Hampshire Public Television at the same time!

And, the first-, second- and third-place winners of the NHPTV-PBS KIDS GO! Writers Contest (nhptv.org/kidswrite/) will be at Story Land in the morning for their awards ceremony. The public is welcome to attend.

Regular admission rates apply; part of the admission proceeds support New Hampshire Public Television's educational programs and services. Children two and under are admitted free. The admission fee includes unlimited amusement rides, four live shows, unique play areas, live storybook characters, free parking and more. www.nhptv.org/events

NHPTV Family Day at Story Land is sponsored by Attitash Mountain Village Resort, 95.7 WZID, Heinemann and Story Land.


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Clifford The Big Red Dog follows Clifford and his pals (both canine and human) as they play, discover and interact with each other and the inhabitants of Birdwell Island, learning that good friends are what life is all about and that the world is out there to be discovered with gusto. CLIFFORD airs weekdays at 5:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. and weekends at 5:30 a.m. and 8 a.m. on NHPTV PRIME.

WordGirl uses her superhero strength and colossal vocabulary to fight crime. Along with her monkey sidekick, Captain Huggy Face, WordGirl enriches young audiences' vocabulary while putting word-wrenching scoundrels back in their place by proving once again that crime doesn't pay but knowing the right word for the right moment is priceless. WORD GIRL airs weekdays at 7:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. and weekends at 10:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. on NHPTV PRIME.


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PBS NewsHour | Global Cities Get Help Preparing for Natural Disasters

Judy Woodruff reports on a $100 million initiative to better prepare 100 cities around the world for natural disasters and extreme weather, both natural and man-made. Judy Woodruff talks to Judith Rodin, president of the Rockefeller Foundation, and Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado about the importance of making more resilient cities.

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Tavis Smiley | Education advocate Cortlan Wickliff

Wickliff, who earns his Harvard law degree this month, assesses how his generation is handling the challenges facing young people in the U.S.

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Tavis Smiley | Singer-songwriter Patty Griffin

The genre-busting artist discusses her return to personal songwriting with her first album of mostly new material in six years, â?oAmerican Kid.â?

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Antiques Roadshow | Web Appraisal: Four Charles Bergman Decoys

Simple, nostalgic, and smooth, these duck decoys created by Finnish maker Charles Bergman in 1935 fetch a fine appraisal value from expert Ken Farmer.

Antiques Roadshow | Web Appraisal: Four Charles Bergman Decoys
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Masterpiece | Mr. Selfridge: A Scene from Episode 8

See an exclusive scene from the season finale of Mr. Selfridge, starring Jeremy Piven, before it airs Sunday, May 19, 2013, on PBS's MASTERPIECE at 9pm ET/CT.

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PBS NewsHour | Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Tonight on the program, we examine charges against the IRS for unfairly auditing conservative groups and the call for more transparency. Also: the Justice Department seized AP phone records to track leaks, sparking enthusiasm for schools in India, a U.S. diplomat is arrested in Russia on accusations of spying, and arguing that technology helps the little guy.

PBS NewsHour | Tuesday, May 14, 2013
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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

FRONTLINE | Never Forget to Lie

In the most recent of his critically lauded autobiographical films, Marian Marzynski explores his own wartime childhood and the experiences of other child survivors, teasing out their feelings about Poland, the Catholic Church, and the ramifications of identities forged under circumstances where survival began with the directive "never forget to lie."

FRONTLINE | Never Forget to Lie
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FutureStates | Return to Elektra Springs

Watch the Wednesday premiere of "Return to Elektra Springs"! Retired inventor Will Friedrich and his son are forced to evacuate their home during a tsunami. As they make their way east, they encounter a pioneering community that leads Will to consider returning to his work in free energy.

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National Memorial Day Concert | The 2013 National Memorial Day Concert Longform Promo

Join us Sunday, May 26 on PBS from 8:00 to 9:30 p.m. for the 2013 National Memorial Day Concert, featuring actors, speakers, and performers such as Gen. Colin Powell, Ed Harris, Chris Mann, Kathrine Jenkins, Alfie Boe, Jack Everly and co-hosted for the seventh year by Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise.

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FRONTLINE | "Why Was I Born?"

Maja Hrabowska survived the 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City, but as a child, she also survived the Holocaust. Here, she recalls asking her mother why she was born amidst such hardship. After her parents were killed, Maja was saved from being deported to the death camps by a relative who was a Jewish policeman.

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Constitution USA with Peter Sagal | It's a Free Country

Ask Americans what the Constitutionâ?Ts most important feature is and most will say itâ?Ts the guarantees of liberty enshrined in the Bill of Rights. In this episode, Sagal explores the history of the Bill of Rights and addresses several stories â?" ripped from the headlines â?" involving freedom of speech, freedom of religion and right to privacy.

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PBS NewsHour | Was Seizure of AP's Phone Records Justified?

Judy Woodruff talks with David Schultz, legal counsel for the Associated Press, about the procedures for accessing information from the news media about confidential sources, what constitutes "crossing the line" by the government and whether the current investigation was justified by the gravity of the situation.

PBS NewsHour | Was Seizure of AP's Phone Records Justified?
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PBS NewsHour | Russia Arrests U.S. Diplomat on Spying Accusations

The Russian Federal Security Service announced U.S. diplomat Ryan Fogle had been detained in Moscow. Margaret Warner reports that Russian authorities said Fogle works for the CIA and was caught trying to recruit a Russia intelligence agent to work for the United States.

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PBS NewsHour | Involvement in IRS Targeting Calls for More Transparency

The scandal at the IRS over political targeting of conservative groups has extended to include agency officials in Washington. Meanwhile, Attorney General Eric Holder ordered the FBI to see if any laws were broken. Jeffrey Brown talks with Juliet Eilperin of The Washington Post and CQ Roll Call's Eliza Newlin Carney.

PBS NewsHour | Involvement in IRS Targeting Calls for More Transparency
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FRONTLINE | "I'm Still A Jew"

Marian Marzynski invites child survivors who had fled Poland years earlier to meet Krystyna. She tells them why she converted to Christianity and why she never left Poland. "For being a Jew, one could be murdered. For being one, you lost your family. I felt it was unfair and I felt no guilt for myself," she tells them. "I'm still a Jew, but of Christian religion."

FRONTLINE | "I'm Still A Jew"
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FRONTLINE | "I Don't Need Lies Anymore"

Marian Marzynski visits Felicia Bryn, a 74-year-old child survivor who lost both parents in the war and was adopted by a Christian couple. She recalls spending her childhood pretending to be a Christian, living in fear of being discovered. "My fear was overwhelming," she tells Marian. Today she lives in Miami Beach, but plans to return to Poland. "I don't need lies anymore," she tells Marian.

FRONTLINE | "I Don't Need Lies Anymore"
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PBS NewsHour | Incident With Diplomat Occurs as U.S. Seeks Russian Help

Sounding like something out of a spy movie, Russian authorities detained an American diplomat overnight on claims he is actually a CIA agent. Margaret Warner talks with Will Englund of The Washington Post for more details of the story and what kind of information American intelligence agencies might want to collect in Russia.

PBS NewsHour | Incident With Diplomat Occurs as U.S. Seeks Russian Help
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FRONTLINE | "I Don't Cry"

During the war, Krystyna Budnicka's family hid from the Germans in a network of sewers under a Warsaw ghetto street. Only she and one of her brothers had survived. A retired schoolteacher, she speaks to children about the Holocaust in her free time. Here, she shows Marian Marzynski haunting fragments of a German propaganda film shot in the Warsaw ghetto, and recalls her survival.

FRONTLINE | "I Don't Cry"
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PBS NewsHour | In India, Seeking to Spark Enthusiasm for School

In India, an educational group called Pratham aims to change the perception of school as a solemn enterprise and to offer instead a love of learning to the youngest -- and poorest -- students. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on what is possibly the world's largest campaign to improve remedial education.

PBS NewsHour | In India, Seeking to Spark Enthusiasm for School
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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Abortion Doctor Gets Life Sentence

In other news Tuesday, Philadelphia abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell was sentenced to life in prison without parole for murdering three babies. Gosnell forfeited his right to appeal to avoid the death penalty. Also, the Defense Department says it will furlough more than 600,000 civilian employees for 11 days through September.

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Abortion Doctor Gets Life Sentence
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PBS NewsHour | Justice Department Seized AP Phone Records to Track Leaks

The Justice Department secretly subpoenaed phone records of Associated Press journalists during two months in 2012. The AP was notified that records had been secretly seized for more than 20 of its phone lines, possibly to track government leaks of classified information about a foiled terror plot. Judy Woodruff reports.

PBS NewsHour | Justice Department Seized AP Phone Records to Track Leaks
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Tavis Smiley | Actress Diahann Carroll

The Tony winner & Oscar nominee reflects on her groundbreaking career & current roles in TVâ?Ts "White Collar" & in the feature "Peeples"â?"her first film in 16 years.

Tavis Smiley | Actress Diahann Carroll
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FRONTLINE | "Everyone Is Gone"

A professor of history in Warsaw, Wiktoria Sliwowska came from a family of Jewish writers whose home was filled with books. As they moved within in the ghetto, they took their books with them. Wiktoria remembers how her parents hid her under the bed when soldiers raided their building. From under the bed, she heard shots, and knew her family was gone.

FRONTLINE | "Everyone Is Gone"
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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Senna Persian Rug, ca. 1880

Watch James A. French's appraisal of a Senna Persian rug, ca. 1880, in Seattle Hour 1.

Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Senna Persian Rug, ca. 1880
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Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Georgian Cannetille Jewelry Suite

Check out Kevin Zavian's appraisal of a Georgian Cannetille jewelry suite, in Seattle Hour 1.

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NOVA | What Made the 1918 Flu So Deadly?

The 1918 flu killed at least 50 million people, more than died from battle in World War I.

NOVA | What Made the 1918 Flu So Deadly?
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PBS NewsHour | Abortion Dr. Kermit Gosnell Guilty of First-Degree Murder

Kermit Gosnell, a Philadelphia doctor who performed late-term abortions, has been found guilty on three counts of first-degree murder and one for involuntary manslaughter. At his sentencing, Gosnell could receive the death penalty. Ray Suarez talks with Maryclaire Dale of the Associated Press.

PBS NewsHour | Abortion Dr. Kermit Gosnell Guilty of First-Degree Murder
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Season 4 = January 5th!...

Season 4 = January 5th!


Downton Abbey: The Cast on Hopes for Season 4
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What might be ahead for some of your favorite Downton Abbey characters in Season 4? The cast offer their surprising thoughts and insights in this exclusive MASTERPIECE video.

Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Dorothy Lamour Signed Sarong, ca. 1940

In Seattle Hour 1, Kathleen Guzman appraises a Dorothy Lamour signed sarong, ca. 1940.

Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Dorothy Lamour Signed Sarong, ca. 1940
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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Chinese Jadeite Maidens, ca. 1900

In Seattle Hour 1, Dessa Goddard appraises Chinese jadeite maidens, ca. 1900.

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NOVA | How the 1918 Flu Infected People

The 1918 flu virus infects deep in the lungs, which may have made it more deadly.

NOVA | How the 1918 Flu Infected People
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PBS NewsHour | Voters in Pakistan Pick 'Traditional Choice' Sharif

On the eve of the historic election in Pakistan, Declan Walsh, Islamabad bureau chief for the New York Times, had his visa revoked for unspecified "undesirable activities." Margaret Warner talks to Walsh about what the results of the election mean for Pakistan's pressing problems and relationship to the U.S.

PBS NewsHour | Voters in Pakistan Pick 'Traditional Choice' Sharif
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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Acoma Olla, ca. 1927

In Seattle Hour 1, John A. Buxton appraises an Acoma olla, ca. 1927.

Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Acoma Olla, ca. 1927
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PBS NewsHour | Monday, May 13, 2013

Tonight on the program, we take a look at reports saying the IRS scrutinized conservative organizations. Also: Abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell convicted of first-degree murder, the Supreme Court upholds Monsanto's soybean patent, voters in Pakistan pick traditional choice, genocide conviction in Guatemala, and an anthology celebrating African-American poets.

PBS NewsHour | Monday, May 13, 2013
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So now we know: Plymouth Regio...

So now we know: Plymouth Regional High School will take on Hanover High School in the Granite State SuperChallenge Sunday at 6:30p! And the winner of that finale will take on the winners of the Bay State's High School Quiz Show on May 26! Grab your brain and let's go!


Watch now: Manchester Central Vs. Plymouth Regional | Granite State Challenge | NHPTV Video
Season 29, Round 3.

So now we know: Plymouth Regio...

So now we know: Plymouth Regional High School will take on Hanover High School in the Granite State SuperChallenge Sunday at 6:30p! And the winner of that finale will take on the winners of the Bay State's High School Quiz Show on May 26! Grab your brain and let's go!


Watch now: Manchester Central Vs. Plymouth Regional | Granite State Challenge | NHPTV Video
Season 29, Round 3.

Manchester Central Vs. Plymouth Regional

Season 29, Round 3. With a slight lead early on, Plymouth Regional High School maintained a lead throughout a close game to secure a victory of 325-275 over Manchester Central.
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