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Pioneers of Television
PBS,

2008

| Documentary

A documentary series focusing on the legends that helped launch TV. Using never-before-seen images and showcasing timeless clips, the series transports viewers behind the scenes for a revealing look at television's early years.


The Electric Company
PBS,

1971

| Children

A production of the Children's Television Workshop, The Electric Company taught phonics and grammar to young viewers through songs and comedic sketches.


Dragon Tales

Two Hispanic children, Max and Emmy, move into a new home. Like any young children, they're not quite happy at first about moving. Then, Emmy finds a secret drawer and inside is box containing a magical, shimmering dragon scale. Hmmm... there's some words on the box. What do they say? "I wish, I wish, with all my heart, to fly with dragons, in a land apart." The magical decorations fly around them, transporting them (and us) to Dragon Land. Brought to you by Sesame Workshop (formerly Children's Television Workshop), the company that brings you Sesame Street it's Dragon Tales! Join Cassie, Ord, Zak & Wheezie, Quetzal, and their human friends, Max and Emmy in two daily adventures, each separated by a musical interstitial, "Dragon Tunes." Dragon Tales has enjoyed two seasons and many years of success on PBSKids. The show's popularity has spawned book, video, DVD and CD releases and even a live stage show. Now, the show's popularity has prompted its return. The third season is no


Breaking Big
PBS,

2018

| Documentary

The unusual paths followed by men and women who overcame obstacles to reach their goals.


Pati's Mexican Table
PBS,

2011

| Cooking/Food

This series brings authentic Mexican flavors, colors, textures and warmth into American kitchens. A former policy analyst focused on Latin American politics and history, Pati Jinich is also a chef, cooking teacher, food writer and mother of 3 whose true passion lies in sharing the tastes of her childhood and culinary adventures in her native country.


Dinosaur Train

Friendly dinosaurs climb aboard a train to visit different times throughout the prehistoric age, learning about dinosaurs and having fun adventures.


Cyberchase

Cyberchase chronicles the adventures of three extraordinary kids, collectively called the CyberSquad: Matt, the leader; Jackie the CyberSquad's resident fashion guru, and Inez,with a lot of questions in her mind (and she hates being called Nezzie). At the beginning of the series, Matt, Jackie and Inez, through a set of extraordinary circumstances, get warped into "Cyberspace" via a library computer in the "Real World." Now all three are involved in a power struggle between the beauteous and wise Motherboard, protectress of all Cyberspace, and the dastardly Hacker, who wishes to become its overlord. With the help of Dr. Marbles and Digit, Motherboard's faithful aides, the kids must save the Internet from Hacker's evil plans using logic and (The most hated subject in the entire history of education) mathematics instead of weapons and dramatics to defeat any obstacles in their way!


Kingdoms of the Sky
PBS,

2018

| Documentary

Kingdoms of the Sky reveals the extraordinary animals and remarkable people who make a home on the iconic mountain ranges of the Rockies, Himalaya, and Andes.


A Craftsman's Legacy
PBS,

2014

| Documentary

In A CRAFTSMAN'S LEGACY, host Eric Gorges goes on a quest to discover the true craftsmen in today's world. Traveling across the country, Gorges interviews the men and women responsible for carrying the tools, trades and traditions of fine craftsmanship into the 21st century. From a glass blower to a guitar maker, a weaver to a potter, every episode explains the history of a traditional craft and the importance of that craft in the United States today. Gorges, a welder by trade, meets and interviews master craftsmen, and learns why they chose their craft, where they learned their skills, how they live using their talents, and the challenges and importance of keeping that tradition alive in a modern-day world. He then takes on the role of apprentice on a project under the guidance of the master craftsman.


Asian Americans
PBS,

2020

| Documentary

The series examines what the 2010 U.S. Census identifies as the fastest growing racial/ethnic group in the United States. Told through individual lives and personal histories, "Asian Americans" explores the impact of this group on the country's past, present, and future. Led by a team of Asian American filmmakers, including Academy Award-nominated series producer Renee Tajima-Peña, "Asian Americans" examines the significant role of Asian Americans in shaping American history and identity, from the first wave of Asian immigrants in the 1850s and identity politics during the social and cultural turmoil of the twentieth century to modern refugee crises in a globally connected world.


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