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Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of The March on Washington

On the eve of the 50th anniversary of The March on Washington, we’ll be celebrating with the premiere of "The March" at 9pm on CET and ThinkTV.

Posted on: 08/23/2013 •

Masterpiece Mystery! returns with "Silk"

Move over Endeavour, Sherlock and Foyle, Masterpiece Mystery! "Silk" is making its way to ThinkTV and CET this summer.

Posted on: 08/15/2013 •

Three Nights – Three BIG Cats

To celebrate one of the hottest times of the year, ThinkTV and CET are getting cozy with some of nature’s biggest cats.

Posted on: 07/11/2013 •

Egypt Night on CET & ThinkTV

CET and ThinkTV will be taking a trip overseas and back in time to test replicas of Egyptian royal chariots and explore new insights into Tutankhamen’s death and burial.

Posted on: 07/03/2013 •

Celebrate Independence Day with CET and ThinkTV

ThinkTV and CET will be celebrating America’s birthday with four special United States-themed program

Posted on: 06/28/2013 •

Summer mysteries are back

The summer of intrigue is back with a bittersweet ending and new beginning.

Posted on: 06/06/2013 •

"NOVA" examines the Boston Manhunt, Oklahoma Tornadoes

Wednesday, May 29th, will be a big night for NOVA as the show tackles two timely topics: the Boston bombers manhunt and the Oklahoma tornadoes.

Posted on: 05/23/2013 •

National Memorial Day Concert Celebrates Our Servicemen and Women

ThinkTV and CET are excited to invite you back to your television for the annual PBS National Memorial Day Concert on the eve of Memorial Day.

Posted on: 05/16/2013 •

"Constitution USA" and the First Amendment

ThinkTV and CET are getting ready to enter week two of a four part series called Constitution USA with Peter Sagal and the next episode is about one of America’s best loved, and most popular, documents – the Bill of Rights.

Posted on: 05/09/2013 •

"Focus" explores The Brent Spence Bridge

For those of us who have driven Interstate-71/75 between Ohio and Kentucky, crossing the Brent Spence Bridge can be a nerve-racking third of a mile. But what is being done about the "functionally obsolete" bridge?

Posted on: 04/25/2013 •


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