Sunday dramas are back on ThinkTV16 and CET! Don't miss the premiere of "Call the Midwife" season two followed by "Masterpiece Classic: Mr. Selfridge" on March 31.
Every day women – known and unknown – are making impacts across the globe. Learn their stories on "Makers."
In the wake of the tragedy at Newtown, PBS has put together a line-up of programs to examine the life of Adam Lanza, guns in the US, the mind of a killer and the Safe School Initiative.
Science and space exploration have come a long way since the 40’s, but today’s photos and video of our planet can be just as astonishing to a 21st century audience as those 35mm photos were in the people of 1946.
This week’s Downton Abbey may be the most talked about episode so far – it has blown up the Twitter-sphere, been all over the blogs and may have caused an increase in tissue sales.
The Hall of Justice and Henry Ford. What do they have in common? Well, Ohio for starters!
Sir David Attenborough has been part of the natural history filmmaking world for 60 years – a witness to a huge period of change in Earth’s history.
Independent Lens is moving and - in January - will feature the impacts of soul food, the struggle between art and beauty, and the impact one group is having on education.
This year marks the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation – the order issued by President Abraham Lincoln that decreed all those enslaved in the Confederate territory be forever free.
Are you a Downton Abbey fan? If so, you’ve probably been holding your breath for the third season right along with us.