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2017 Terrace Hill Piano Competition IPTV.1 Episode #2017 April 17, 2017 8:00 pm Some of the finest high school musicians in Iowa share their talents and skills for everyone to enjoy during the 2017 Terrace Hill Piano Competition.
2017 Terrace Hill Piano Competition IPTV.1 Episode #2017 April 18, 2017 3:00 am Some of the finest high school musicians in Iowa share their talents and skills for everyone to enjoy during the 2017 Terrace Hill Piano Competition.
2017 Terrace Hill Piano Competition IPTV.1 Episode #2017 April 22, 2017 3:00 am Some of the finest high school musicians in Iowa share their talents and skills for everyone to enjoy during the 2017 Terrace Hill Piano Competition.
2017 Terrace Hill Piano Competition IPTV.1 Episode #2017 April 23, 2017 1:00 pm Some of the finest high school musicians in Iowa share their talents and skills for everyone to enjoy during the 2017 Terrace Hill Piano Competition.
A Chef's Life LEARN.2 Cabbage's Last Stand April 19, 2017 11:30 pm Vivian romps around the city before firing up the BBQ cabbage at Feast Portland.
A Chef's Life LEARN.2 More Than One Way to Skin A Catfish April 23, 2017 6:00 pm A personal experience with farm-raised catfish offers Vivian a new perspective on the industry.
A Chef's Life LEARN.2 More Than One Way to Skin A Catfish April 23, 2017 11:30 pm A personal experience with farm-raised catfish offers Vivian a new perspective on the industry.
A Chef's Life LEARN.2 All Sunchoked Up April 26, 2017 11:30 pm Flo and Theo's pre-school class visit the restaurant for a meal where table manners are the focus.
A Chef's Life LEARN.2 Heavenly Hocks April 30, 2017 6:00 pm A view behind-the-scenes reveals the hot and cold of curing ham.
A Chef's Life LEARN.2 Heavenly Hocks April 30, 2017 11:30 pm A view behind-the-scenes reveals the hot and cold of curing ham.
A Chef's Life LEARN.2 Mayo - The Mother Sauce May 3, 2017 11:30 pm Vivian holds a mayo blind taste test and a surprise brand takes top prize.
A Chef's Life LEARN.2 Strawberry Stay at Home May 6, 2017 10:30 pm Chef Vivian develops a recipe for coconut cornbread strawberry shortcake with basil whipped cream.
A Chef's Life LEARN.2 Onions and Avetts May 7, 2017 6:00 pm Spring onions kick off the season as Vivian prepares dinner for beginner farmers.
A Chef's Life LEARN.2 Onions and Avetts May 7, 2017 11:30 pm Spring onions kick off the season as Vivian prepares dinner for beginner farmers.
A Chef's Life LEARN.2 My Watermelon Baby May 10, 2017 11:30 pm After a summer away from the restaurant, Vivian returns and works to build camaraderie.
A Chef's Life LEARN.2 Peas, Please May 14, 2017 6:00 pm A tutorial in "beatin' peas," delivered by a 92-year-old expert, is an entertaining history lesson.
A Chef's Life LEARN.2 Peas, Please May 14, 2017 11:30 pm A tutorial in "beatin' peas," delivered by a 92-year-old expert, is an entertaining history lesson.
A Chef's Life LEARN.2 Stand By Your Cabbage May 17, 2017 11:30 pm Vivian's summer itinerary includes a 14-day photoshoot as she preps for a trip to Feast Portland.
A Chef's Life LEARN.2 Cabbage's Last Stand May 21, 2017 6:00 pm Vivian romps around the city before firing up the BBQ cabbage at Feast Portland.
A Chef's Life LEARN.2 Cabbage's Last Stand May 21, 2017 11:30 pm Vivian romps around the city before firing up the BBQ cabbage at Feast Portland.
A Chef's Life LEARN.2 More Than One Way to Skin A Catfish May 24, 2017 11:30 pm A personal experience with farm-raised catfish offers Vivian a new perspective on the industry.
A Promise to My Father IPTV.1 A Promise to My Father April 23, 2017 11:01 pm Holocaust survivor Israel Arbeiter returns to Europe to tour concentration camps and memorials.
A Promise to My Father IPTV.1 A Promise to My Father April 25, 2017 4:00 am Holocaust survivor Israel Arbeiter returns to Europe to tour concentration camps and memorials.
A Walk in the Park with Nick Molle - Real Rocky WORLD.3 Episode #102 April 23, 2017 5:00 pm Nick travels along Trail Ridge Road and enters the area of the headwaters of the Colorado River.
A Walk in the Park with Nick Molle - Real Rocky WORLD.3 Episode #103 April 30, 2017 5:00 pm Discover the beauty of the Wild Basin area and exotic Bluebird Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class WORLD.3 Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class April 25, 2017 8:00 pm New York Times Journalist Bob Herbert narrates this documentary about the extraordinary difficulty African-Americans have faced in their efforts to establish and maintain a middle class standard of living. The film will surprise a lot of people. The black middle class has never been as large or as robust as most Americans - including most black Americans - have wanted to believe. Nearly 40 percent of all black children are poor. For every dollar of wealth in the hands of the average white family, the typical black family has only a little more than a nickel. And the devastating effects of the Great Recession and housing foreclosure crisis, which hit blacks much harder than whites, left the black middle class virtually on life support. With a compelling narrative, dramatic historical footage and a series of deeply personal interviews, Bob Herbert explains why this disturbing and often tragic state of affairs exists a century and a half after slavery and a half-century after the heyday of the civil rights movement.
Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class WORLD.3 Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class April 26, 2017 12:00 am New York Times Journalist Bob Herbert narrates this documentary about the extraordinary difficulty African-Americans have faced in their efforts to establish and maintain a middle class standard of living. The film will surprise a lot of people. The black middle class has never been as large or as robust as most Americans - including most black Americans - have wanted to believe. Nearly 40 percent of all black children are poor. For every dollar of wealth in the hands of the average white family, the typical black family has only a little more than a nickel. And the devastating effects of the Great Recession and housing foreclosure crisis, which hit blacks much harder than whites, left the black middle class virtually on life support. With a compelling narrative, dramatic historical footage and a series of deeply personal interviews, Bob Herbert explains why this disturbing and often tragic state of affairs exists a century and a half after slavery and a half-century after the heyday of the civil rights movement.
Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class WORLD.3 Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class April 26, 2017 8:00 am New York Times Journalist Bob Herbert narrates this documentary about the extraordinary difficulty African-Americans have faced in their efforts to establish and maintain a middle class standard of living. The film will surprise a lot of people. The black middle class has never been as large or as robust as most Americans - including most black Americans - have wanted to believe. Nearly 40 percent of all black children are poor. For every dollar of wealth in the hands of the average white family, the typical black family has only a little more than a nickel. And the devastating effects of the Great Recession and housing foreclosure crisis, which hit blacks much harder than whites, left the black middle class virtually on life support. With a compelling narrative, dramatic historical footage and a series of deeply personal interviews, Bob Herbert explains why this disturbing and often tragic state of affairs exists a century and a half after slavery and a half-century after the heyday of the civil rights movement.
Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class WORLD.3 Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class April 26, 2017 2:00 pm New York Times Journalist Bob Herbert narrates this documentary about the extraordinary difficulty African-Americans have faced in their efforts to establish and maintain a middle class standard of living. The film will surprise a lot of people. The black middle class has never been as large or as robust as most Americans - including most black Americans - have wanted to believe. Nearly 40 percent of all black children are poor. For every dollar of wealth in the hands of the average white family, the typical black family has only a little more than a nickel. And the devastating effects of the Great Recession and housing foreclosure crisis, which hit blacks much harder than whites, left the black middle class virtually on life support. With a compelling narrative, dramatic historical footage and a series of deeply personal interviews, Bob Herbert explains why this disturbing and often tragic state of affairs exists a century and a half after slavery and a half-century after the heyday of the civil rights movement.
Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class WORLD.3 Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class April 29, 2017 10:00 pm New York Times Journalist Bob Herbert narrates this documentary about the extraordinary difficulty African-Americans have faced in their efforts to establish and maintain a middle class standard of living. The film will surprise a lot of people. The black middle class has never been as large or as robust as most Americans - including most black Americans - have wanted to believe. Nearly 40 percent of all black children are poor. For every dollar of wealth in the hands of the average white family, the typical black family has only a little more than a nickel. And the devastating effects of the Great Recession and housing foreclosure crisis, which hit blacks much harder than whites, left the black middle class virtually on life support. With a compelling narrative, dramatic historical footage and a series of deeply personal interviews, Bob Herbert explains why this disturbing and often tragic state of affairs exists a century and a half after slavery and a half-century after the heyday of the civil rights movement.
Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class WORLD.3 Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class April 30, 2017 2:00 am New York Times Journalist Bob Herbert narrates this documentary about the extraordinary difficulty African-Americans have faced in their efforts to establish and maintain a middle class standard of living. The film will surprise a lot of people. The black middle class has never been as large or as robust as most Americans - including most black Americans - have wanted to believe. Nearly 40 percent of all black children are poor. For every dollar of wealth in the hands of the average white family, the typical black family has only a little more than a nickel. And the devastating effects of the Great Recession and housing foreclosure crisis, which hit blacks much harder than whites, left the black middle class virtually on life support. With a compelling narrative, dramatic historical footage and a series of deeply personal interviews, Bob Herbert explains why this disturbing and often tragic state of affairs exists a century and a half after slavery and a half-century after the heyday of the civil rights movement.
Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class WORLD.3 Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class April 30, 2017 9:00 am New York Times Journalist Bob Herbert narrates this documentary about the extraordinary difficulty African-Americans have faced in their efforts to establish and maintain a middle class standard of living. The film will surprise a lot of people. The black middle class has never been as large or as robust as most Americans - including most black Americans - have wanted to believe. Nearly 40 percent of all black children are poor. For every dollar of wealth in the hands of the average white family, the typical black family has only a little more than a nickel. And the devastating effects of the Great Recession and housing foreclosure crisis, which hit blacks much harder than whites, left the black middle class virtually on life support. With a compelling narrative, dramatic historical footage and a series of deeply personal interviews, Bob Herbert explains why this disturbing and often tragic state of affairs exists a century and a half after slavery and a half-century after the heyday of the civil rights movement.
Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class WORLD.3 Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class April 30, 2017 6:00 pm New York Times Journalist Bob Herbert narrates this documentary about the extraordinary difficulty African-Americans have faced in their efforts to establish and maintain a middle class standard of living. The film will surprise a lot of people. The black middle class has never been as large or as robust as most Americans - including most black Americans - have wanted to believe. Nearly 40 percent of all black children are poor. For every dollar of wealth in the hands of the average white family, the typical black family has only a little more than a nickel. And the devastating effects of the Great Recession and housing foreclosure crisis, which hit blacks much harder than whites, left the black middle class virtually on life support. With a compelling narrative, dramatic historical footage and a series of deeply personal interviews, Bob Herbert explains why this disturbing and often tragic state of affairs exists a century and a half after slavery and a half-century after the heyday of the civil rights movement.
Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class WORLD.3 Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class May 1, 2017 3:00 am New York Times Journalist Bob Herbert narrates this documentary about the extraordinary difficulty African-Americans have faced in their efforts to establish and maintain a middle class standard of living. The film will surprise a lot of people. The black middle class has never been as large or as robust as most Americans - including most black Americans - have wanted to believe. Nearly 40 percent of all black children are poor. For every dollar of wealth in the hands of the average white family, the typical black family has only a little more than a nickel. And the devastating effects of the Great Recession and housing foreclosure crisis, which hit blacks much harder than whites, left the black middle class virtually on life support. With a compelling narrative, dramatic historical footage and a series of deeply personal interviews, Bob Herbert explains why this disturbing and often tragic state of affairs exists a century and a half after slavery and a half-century after the heyday of the civil rights movement.
Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class WORLD.3 Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class May 1, 2017 3:00 pm New York Times Journalist Bob Herbert narrates this documentary about the extraordinary difficulty African-Americans have faced in their efforts to establish and maintain a middle class standard of living. The film will surprise a lot of people. The black middle class has never been as large or as robust as most Americans - including most black Americans - have wanted to believe. Nearly 40 percent of all black children are poor. For every dollar of wealth in the hands of the average white family, the typical black family has only a little more than a nickel. And the devastating effects of the Great Recession and housing foreclosure crisis, which hit blacks much harder than whites, left the black middle class virtually on life support. With a compelling narrative, dramatic historical footage and a series of deeply personal interviews, Bob Herbert explains why this disturbing and often tragic state of affairs exists a century and a half after slavery and a half-century after the heyday of the civil rights movement.
Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class WORLD.3 Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class May 2, 2017 4:00 am New York Times Journalist Bob Herbert narrates this documentary about the extraordinary difficulty African-Americans have faced in their efforts to establish and maintain a middle class standard of living. The film will surprise a lot of people. The black middle class has never been as large or as robust as most Americans - including most black Americans - have wanted to believe. Nearly 40 percent of all black children are poor. For every dollar of wealth in the hands of the average white family, the typical black family has only a little more than a nickel. And the devastating effects of the Great Recession and housing foreclosure crisis, which hit blacks much harder than whites, left the black middle class virtually on life support. With a compelling narrative, dramatic historical footage and a series of deeply personal interviews, Bob Herbert explains why this disturbing and often tragic state of affairs exists a century and a half after slavery and a half-century after the heyday of the civil rights movement.
Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class WORLD.3 Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class May 2, 2017 10:00 am New York Times Journalist Bob Herbert narrates this documentary about the extraordinary difficulty African-Americans have faced in their efforts to establish and maintain a middle class standard of living. The film will surprise a lot of people. The black middle class has never been as large or as robust as most Americans - including most black Americans - have wanted to believe. Nearly 40 percent of all black children are poor. For every dollar of wealth in the hands of the average white family, the typical black family has only a little more than a nickel. And the devastating effects of the Great Recession and housing foreclosure crisis, which hit blacks much harder than whites, left the black middle class virtually on life support. With a compelling narrative, dramatic historical footage and a series of deeply personal interviews, Bob Herbert explains why this disturbing and often tragic state of affairs exists a century and a half after slavery and a half-century after the heyday of the civil rights movement.
America by the Numbers WORLD.3 The New Deciders May 4, 2017 12:00 am Asian-American, black millennial, Arab-American and Latino evangelical voters and the 2016 election.
America Reframed WORLD.3 Kivalina April 18, 2017 7:00 pm At the edge of the world, the Inupiaq people are fighting for survival. Kivalina documents life on this namesake island that teeters on the edge of the North Pacific. Once a nomadic people, the Inupiaq were relocated to Kivalina, Alaska, by the US government more than a century ago. Today, the community struggles to maintain itself in the face of forces largely beyond its control. Climate change threatens to drown the village under rising ocean levels. The neglect of a government thousands of miles away delays repairs to the crumbling sea wall that routinely fails to protect the island from the flooding caused by ever more frequent storms. And, as the melting ice opens up the north to resource extraction and tanker traffic, an oil spill would wipe out the whales and with it the community. The everyday lives of the Inupiaq people carry on under the weight of these impending disasters. Director Gina Abatemarco and her crew document traditional hunting and food preparation, coexisting with the frustrations of teenage boredom and bureaucratic intransigence. Kivalina shows the consequences of colonialism, economic exploitation, and bureaucratic neglect for this community while foregrounding the voices of the people themselves. Intimate and unflinching, the film shows the cultural as well as the environmental consequences of climate change.
America Reframed WORLD.3 Kivalina April 19, 2017 7:00 am At the edge of the world, the Inupiaq people are fighting for survival. Kivalina documents life on this namesake island that teeters on the edge of the North Pacific. Once a nomadic people, the Inupiaq were relocated to Kivalina, Alaska, by the US government more than a century ago. Today, the community struggles to maintain itself in the face of forces largely beyond its control. Climate change threatens to drown the village under rising ocean levels. The neglect of a government thousands of miles away delays repairs to the crumbling sea wall that routinely fails to protect the island from the flooding caused by ever more frequent storms. And, as the melting ice opens up the north to resource extraction and tanker traffic, an oil spill would wipe out the whales and with it the community. The everyday lives of the Inupiaq people carry on under the weight of these impending disasters. Director Gina Abatemarco and her crew document traditional hunting and food preparation, coexisting with the frustrations of teenage boredom and bureaucratic intransigence. Kivalina shows the consequences of colonialism, economic exploitation, and bureaucratic neglect for this community while foregrounding the voices of the people themselves. Intimate and unflinching, the film shows the cultural as well as the environmental consequences of climate change.
America Reframed WORLD.3 Kivalina April 19, 2017 1:00 pm At the edge of the world, the Inupiaq people are fighting for survival. Kivalina documents life on this namesake island that teeters on the edge of the North Pacific. Once a nomadic people, the Inupiaq were relocated to Kivalina, Alaska, by the US government more than a century ago. Today, the community struggles to maintain itself in the face of forces largely beyond its control. Climate change threatens to drown the village under rising ocean levels. The neglect of a government thousands of miles away delays repairs to the crumbling sea wall that routinely fails to protect the island from the flooding caused by ever more frequent storms. And, as the melting ice opens up the north to resource extraction and tanker traffic, an oil spill would wipe out the whales and with it the community. The everyday lives of the Inupiaq people carry on under the weight of these impending disasters. Director Gina Abatemarco and her crew document traditional hunting and food preparation, coexisting with the frustrations of teenage boredom and bureaucratic intransigence. Kivalina shows the consequences of colonialism, economic exploitation, and bureaucratic neglect for this community while foregrounding the voices of the people themselves. Intimate and unflinching, the film shows the cultural as well as the environmental consequences of climate change.
America Reframed WORLD.3 Kivalina April 22, 2017 9:00 pm At the edge of the world, the Inupiaq people are fighting for survival. Kivalina documents life on this namesake island that teeters on the edge of the North Pacific. Once a nomadic people, the Inupiaq were relocated to Kivalina, Alaska, by the US government more than a century ago. Today, the community struggles to maintain itself in the face of forces largely beyond its control. Climate change threatens to drown the village under rising ocean levels. The neglect of a government thousands of miles away delays repairs to the crumbling sea wall that routinely fails to protect the island from the flooding caused by ever more frequent storms. And, as the melting ice opens up the north to resource extraction and tanker traffic, an oil spill would wipe out the whales and with it the community. The everyday lives of the Inupiaq people carry on under the weight of these impending disasters. Director Gina Abatemarco and her crew document traditional hunting and food preparation, coexisting with the frustrations of teenage boredom and bureaucratic intransigence. Kivalina shows the consequences of colonialism, economic exploitation, and bureaucratic neglect for this community while foregrounding the voices of the people themselves. Intimate and unflinching, the film shows the cultural as well as the environmental consequences of climate change.
America Reframed WORLD.3 Kivalina April 23, 2017 1:00 am At the edge of the world, the Inupiaq people are fighting for survival. Kivalina documents life on this namesake island that teeters on the edge of the North Pacific. Once a nomadic people, the Inupiaq were relocated to Kivalina, Alaska, by the US government more than a century ago. Today, the community struggles to maintain itself in the face of forces largely beyond its control. Climate change threatens to drown the village under rising ocean levels. The neglect of a government thousands of miles away delays repairs to the crumbling sea wall that routinely fails to protect the island from the flooding caused by ever more frequent storms. And, as the melting ice opens up the north to resource extraction and tanker traffic, an oil spill would wipe out the whales and with it the community. The everyday lives of the Inupiaq people carry on under the weight of these impending disasters. Director Gina Abatemarco and her crew document traditional hunting and food preparation, coexisting with the frustrations of teenage boredom and bureaucratic intransigence. Kivalina shows the consequences of colonialism, economic exploitation, and bureaucratic neglect for this community while foregrounding the voices of the people themselves. Intimate and unflinching, the film shows the cultural as well as the environmental consequences of climate change.
America Reframed WORLD.3 Kivalina April 23, 2017 8:00 am At the edge of the world, the Inupiaq people are fighting for survival. Kivalina documents life on this namesake island that teeters on the edge of the North Pacific. Once a nomadic people, the Inupiaq were relocated to Kivalina, Alaska, by the US government more than a century ago. Today, the community struggles to maintain itself in the face of forces largely beyond its control. Climate change threatens to drown the village under rising ocean levels. The neglect of a government thousands of miles away delays repairs to the crumbling sea wall that routinely fails to protect the island from the flooding caused by ever more frequent storms. And, as the melting ice opens up the north to resource extraction and tanker traffic, an oil spill would wipe out the whales and with it the community. The everyday lives of the Inupiaq people carry on under the weight of these impending disasters. Director Gina Abatemarco and her crew document traditional hunting and food preparation, coexisting with the frustrations of teenage boredom and bureaucratic intransigence. Kivalina shows the consequences of colonialism, economic exploitation, and bureaucratic neglect for this community while foregrounding the voices of the people themselves. Intimate and unflinching, the film shows the cultural as well as the environmental consequences of climate change.
America Reframed WORLD.3 Cambodian Son May 2, 2017 7:00 pm This program documents the life of deported poet Kosal Khiev after receiving the most important performance invitation of his career--to represent the Kingdom of Cambodia at the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad.
America Reframed WORLD.3 Cambodian Son May 3, 2017 7:00 am This program documents the life of deported poet Kosal Khiev after receiving the most important performance invitation of his career--to represent the Kingdom of Cambodia at the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad.
America Reframed WORLD.3 Cambodian Son May 3, 2017 1:00 pm This program documents the life of deported poet Kosal Khiev after receiving the most important performance invitation of his career--to represent the Kingdom of Cambodia at the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad.
America Reframed WORLD.3 Cambodian Son May 6, 2017 9:00 pm This program documents the life of deported poet Kosal Khiev after receiving the most important performance invitation of his career--to represent the Kingdom of Cambodia at the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad.
America Reframed WORLD.3 Cambodian Son May 7, 2017 1:00 am This program documents the life of deported poet Kosal Khiev after receiving the most important performance invitation of his career--to represent the Kingdom of Cambodia at the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad.
America Reframed WORLD.3 Cambodian Son May 7, 2017 8:00 am This program documents the life of deported poet Kosal Khiev after receiving the most important performance invitation of his career--to represent the Kingdom of Cambodia at the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad.