Saturday, June 1, 2013

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Our TIGER Takes On Bullying wins a NE Emmy for Children/Youth Program! So proud!



Our TIGER Takes On Bullying wi...

Our TIGER Takes On Bullying wins a NE Emmy for Children/Youth Program! So proud!



PBS NewsHour | Americans Still Struggling to Recover from the Recession

The Obama administration announced the U.S. Medicare program is projected to remain solvent until 2026. Despite the positive sign, a Federal Reserve Study found Americans are still struggling to recover from the recession. Judy Woodruff talks with William Emmons, chief economist at the Center for Household Financial Stability.

PBS NewsHour | Americans Still Struggling to Recover from the Recession
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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Extreme Weather Whips Areas of the Midwest, West

In other news Friday, flash flooding and tornadoes killed three people in Arkansas overnight. Up to a dozen tornadoes touched down in Arkansas alone, as well as one in Illinois and three in Oklahoma. Also, firefighters worked to contain wildfires near Santa Fe, N.M., and in the Angeles National Forest in California.

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Extreme Weather Whips Areas of the Midwest, West
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PBS NewsHour | Presidential Push to Stop High Student Loan Interest Rates

President Barack Obama asked Congress to stop a doubling on some key interest rates for student loans before July 1. To debate possible solutions, Jeffrey Brown engages with Matthew Segal, president of OurTime.org, Even Feinberg, president of Generation Opportunity, and Anya Kamenetz, author of "Generation Debt."

PBS NewsHour | Presidential Push to Stop High Student Loan Interest Rates
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Washington Week | Democratic Dilemma, GOP Plight and the Tea Party

The panelists analyze the multiple controversies facing Obama and Democrats including problems implementing the Affordable Care Act. Plus, the internal struggles among Republicans trying to overhaul the partyahead of the 2014 midterm elections. Joining Gwen: Amy Walter, Cook Political Report; Alexis Simendinger, Real Clear Politics; Reid Wilson, National Journal Hotline; Molly Ball, the Atlantic.

Washington Week | Democratic Dilemma, GOP Plight and the Tea Party
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PBS NewsHour | Leader of the Free Syrian Army on the War's Game Changer

Ray Suarez talks with Margaret Warner who reports from Beirut where she's examining the spillover effects of the Syrian civil war. She recently spoke with Gen. Salim Idriss, leader of the Free Syrian Army, about the consequences of the West giving arms to Bashar al-Assadâ?Ts regime, and the potential game changer for the war.

PBS NewsHour | Leader of the Free Syrian Army on the War's Game Changer
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Washington Week | Races to Watch in 2013 and 2014

In the Webcast Extra: our panelists discuss the midterm races to watch including races in Colorado, Minnesota, and Virginia. Will President Obama and Democrats suffer losses in the 2014 elections? Can Republicans recruit top-tier candidates?

Washington Week | Races to Watch in 2013 and 2014
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PBS NewsHour | Jordan Struggles with Influx of Syrian Refugees

Jordan now houses a third of the Syrian refugees who fled their country's civil war, with 120,000 of them settled in tents or "caravan" trailer units at the Zaatari refugee camp in northern Jordan. PBS NewsHour reports from the camp, located just a few miles from the Syrian border.

PBS NewsHour | Jordan Struggles with Influx of Syrian Refugees
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Global Voices | Through Her Lens: International Films by and about Women

Women and Girls Lead presents an online exclusive premiere of Through Her Lens, a collection of dramatic short films exploring international stories and content about women and made by women. Through Her Lens explores social issues facing women and girls worldwide through a character driven-narrative.

Global Voices | Through Her Lens: International Films by and about Women
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PBS NewsHour | Shields and Brooks on Arms to Syria, James Comey for FBI

Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks discuss the issues surrounding sending arms to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime, the impending nomination of James Comey to head the FBI and Rep. Michele Bachmann's announcement that she will not seek reelection in 2014.

PBS NewsHour | Shields and Brooks on Arms to Syria, James Comey for FBI
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It is going to be a BEAUTIFUL ...

It is going to be a BEAUTIFUL day today at Story Land, bring the family and come see us!



It is going to be a BEAUTIFUL ...

It is going to be a BEAUTIFUL day today at Story Land, bring the family and come see us!



Global Voices | Coming Soon to Global Voices: Bolinao 52

In 1988 a group of Vietnamese boat people attempted to flee their country in search of freedom. Once at sea the boat's engine died leaving over 100 people stranded in the ocean. What happens next is an unbelievable story of perseverance that changed the lives of the survivors forever.

Global Voices | Coming Soon to Global Voices: Bolinao 52
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Need To Know | Massachusetts mandate update

The Supreme Court upheld the individual mandate included President Obamaâ?Ts Affordable Care Act. How might it work? Need to Know medical correspondent Emily Senay, M.D. travels to Massachusetts, the only state in the nation that already requires everyone to have health insurance - part of a 2006 health reform law signed by then-governor Romney.

Need To Know | Massachusetts mandate update
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PBS NewsHour | Shields and Brooks on Bachmann's Retirement, Miami Heat

Mark Shields and David Brooks made a triumphant return to the Doubleheader Friday with talk about the soon-to-be-former member of Congress Rep. Michele Bachmann. In the "politics of sport" section, David demonstrated his Mets pride, and Mark compared the Miami Heat to the Yankees.Political Editor Christina Bellantoni fills in for Hari Sreenivasan.

PBS NewsHour | Shields and Brooks on Bachmann's Retirement, Miami Heat
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PBS NewsHour | See the Difference Between Pipe and Pressure Cooker Bombs

In this web exclusive scene, science correspondent Miles O'Brien explains the difference between pipe bombs and pressure cooker bombs, like the ones used at the 2013 Boston Marathon. Pipe bombs are much smaller so the pipe itself is the shrapnel. Less space means more pressure, and their size makes them easier to conceal.

PBS NewsHour | See the Difference Between Pipe and Pressure Cooker Bombs
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PBS NewsHour | How Police Use Robots to Investigate Bomb Threats

In this web exclusive scene, science correspondent Miles O'Brien talks with New York City Police's bomb squad commanding officer Lt. Mark Torre about how the NYPD uses robots to investigate potential bomb threats, operating the robot from a remote distance that keeps officers safe from harm.

PBS NewsHour | How Police Use Robots to Investigate Bomb Threats
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Comfort Dogs

Dogs, says Tim Hetzner of Lutheran Church Charities, are â?oa very gifted part of Godâ?Ts creation.â? In disaster situations they sense when someone is hurting, and together with their handlers they minister compassionately to the needs of victims.

Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Comfort Dogs
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MotorWeek | 2014 Mazda6 & 2013 Land Rover Range Rover

In this episode, the all-new Mazda6, then the Land Rover Range Rover loses weight, gains appeal. Plus, motorcycle fork maintenance tips, and the work truck goes green on a grand scale. Also, the top ten best vehicle interiors for 2013.

MotorWeek | 2014 Mazda6 & 2013 Land Rover Range Rover
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PBS KIDS Previews | SUPER WHY!: Super You is coming June 10

Coming Monday, June 10: SUPER WHY Super You Week!

PBS KIDS Previews  | SUPER WHY!: Super You is coming June 10
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Secret Life of Scientists | 10 Final Questions for Mayim Bialik

Mayim Bialik is an Emmy-nominated actress best known for her roles in the series "Blossom" and "The Big Bang Theory." So in her case, her science is actually her secret life. Mayim is the proud possessor of a doctorate in Neuroscience from UCLA and continues to develop curricula and teach young children about science.

Secret Life of Scientists | 10 Final Questions for Mayim Bialik
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Join Robert Wagner as he reviews the life of classic songwriter Burt Bacharach, whose pieces include 'Raindrops Fallin' on My Head.' Saturday at 8 p.m. on NHPTV EXPLORE - Airing: 6/1/2013


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Friday, May 31, 2013

PBS NewsHour | Thursday, May 30, 2013

Tonight on the program, we take a look at ricin-laced letters sent to New York Mayor Bloomberg and his gun control advocacy group. Also: Former Deputy Attorney General James Comey to be nominated as next head of FBI, a look into long-term care as a daughter cares for her mother with Alzheimer's, China looks to the U.S. for meat, and the Chopra brothers tell how they came to be doctors in America.

PBS NewsHour | Thursday, May 30, 2013
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PBS NewsHour | Ricin-Laced Letters Sent to and NYC Mayor and Advocacy Group

New York Police confirmed that letters sent to New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his gun control advocacy group were found to contain trace levels of poison on them. Jeffrey Brown talks to Reuters' Jeff Mason about the investigation and for more on a similar letter sent to the White House flagged by Secret Service.

PBS NewsHour | Ricin-Laced Letters Sent to and NYC Mayor and Advocacy Group
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PBS NewsHour | A Mother and Daughter Portrait Of Long-Term Care

After being diagnosed with Alzheimer's, professional artist Mary Wyant slowly lost her ability to paint and the ability to take care of herself. Ray Suarez examines the story of Mary and her daughter Rebecca, who is now her mother's legal guardian and primary caretaker, about the daily struggles of long-term care.

PBS NewsHour | A Mother and Daughter Portrait Of Long-Term Care
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Clifford the Big Red Dog &...

Clifford the Big Red Dog & Word Girl are looking forward to seeing you tomorrow at Story Land for NHPTV FAMILY DAY! Come out and see us, have fun, and support your favorite public television station!


NHPTV Day at Story Land - June 1st!
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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Baghdad Car Bombings Kill 33 in Iraq

In other news Thursday, at least 33 people were killed in Baghdad, amid a surge of sectarian violence between minority Shiite and majority Sunni populations. The car bombs that exploded in Iraq's capital are part of the country's worst outbreak of violence since U.S. forces withdrew in December 2011.

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Baghdad Car Bombings Kill 33 in Iraq
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NOVA | Oklahoma's Deadliest Tornadoes

Hear harrowing stories from survivors of Mooreâ?Ts massive tornado and meet scientists who stalk these ferocious storms.

NOVA | Oklahoma's Deadliest Tornadoes
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PBS NewsHour | China Looks to U.S. as New Source for Pork, Meat

Over the past 30 years, China has quadrupled its meat consumption. The nation's increasing appetite for pork has led a Chinese company to bid to buy American pork producer Smithfield Farms. Judy Woodruff talks to economists Steve Meyer and Thilo Hanemann about China's interest in U.S. companies and concerns raised by the deal.

PBS NewsHour | China Looks to U.S. as New Source for Pork, Meat
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PBS NewsHour | Chopra Brothers Talk How They Became Americans and Doctors

In their new memoir "Brotherhood: Dharma, Destiny and the American Dream," Deepak and Sanjiv Chopra tell their family story, first as immigrants, then as Americans and how they grew up to become physicians with expertise in very different fields. Jeffrey Brown talks with the Chopras about their journey to America as brothers.

PBS NewsHour | Chopra Brothers Talk How They Became Americans and Doctors
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PBS NewsHour | Obama to Nominate James Comey as Head of the FBI

President Barack Obama will reportedly nominate James Comey, a former official in George W. Bush's Justice Department to lead the FBI. With a Republican resume and a history of positions that won him Democratic support, Judy Woodruff reports on the looming fight over his potential nomination.

PBS NewsHour | Obama to Nominate James Comey as Head of the FBI
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Arts in Context | Peligrosa Trailer

Often excluded from the mainstream arts scene, DJing is a complex art form which combines music, dance, and visual art. Established in 2007, Peligrosa is a collective of DJs, producers, and visual artists re-energizing the sights and sounds of Latin America.

Arts in Context | Peligrosa Trailer
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Flicks | Brit Marling for "The East"

Brit Marling talks with Patrick Stoner about being both star and cowriter of "The East".

Flicks | Brit Marling for "The East"
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Global Voices | Filmmaker Sasha Friedlander on Where Heaven Meets Hell

In this web exclusive video for the Global Voices documentary, Where Heaven Meets Hell, filmmaker Sasha Friedlander describes how she returned to East Java to check in with the subjects of her film were doing and to share the finished film with the miners and over 400 villagers.

Global Voices | Filmmaker Sasha Friedlander on Where Heaven Meets Hell
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NOVA | CloudLab_Megastorm_03

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NOVA | CloudLab_Megastorm_03
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Washington Week | The Backstory: Remembering Haynes Johnson

Gwen Ifill and Dan Balz of The Washington Post look back at the illustrious career of Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post columnist and Washington Week regular Haynes Johnson.

Washington Week | The Backstory: Remembering Haynes Johnson
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NOVA | CloudLab_Megastorm_02

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NOVA | CloudLab_Megastorm_02
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NOVA | CloudLab_Megastorm_01

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NOVA | CloudLab_Megastorm_01
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PBS NewsHour | Wednesday, May 29, 2013

On tonight's PBS NewsHour, U.S. home prices see the largest gain in seven years. Also: More mothers are becoming family breadwinners; a suspected American drone strike kills a top Pakistani Taliban commander; Miles O'Brien examines the facial recognition software used to identify bombing suspects; Securing the U.S.- Mexico border; and country music legend Dolly Parton's new role as "Book Lady."

PBS NewsHour | Wednesday, May 29, 2013
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Arts in Context | Young Composers

Students all over Texas dream of having their compositions performed by the Austin Symphony Orchestra in the Texas Young Composers Concert at the Long Center. This special concert presents the world premiere of nine new orchestral works composed by Texas students age 18 and younger. Arts In Context takes you through the selection process and accompanies the chosen students as they travel to Austin

Arts in Context | Young Composers
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Thursday, May 30, 2013

PBS NewsHour | Home Sales Paint a Better Fiscal Picture in the U.S.

Spring brought unexpected signs of strength and recovery for the United States economy with home prices rising at a medium 11 percent and gains seen in 20 cities. Correspondent Gwen Ifill and The New York Times' Catherine Rampell discuss consumer confidence levels as the country's economy sees incremental improvements.

PBS NewsHour | Home Sales Paint a Better Fiscal Picture in the U.S.
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