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Live From Lincoln Center
PBS,

1986

| Variety, Music

Direct from the stages of Lincoln Center in New York City, Live From Lincoln Center brings some of the world's greatest artists into American homes with live performances of opera, drama, music, and dance. The only live performing arts series on television, Live From Lincoln Center originally launched under the Great Performances umbrella on January 30, 1976 - and remained there until the summer of 1988. For this guide, the Great Performances episodes will be identified accordingly.


The Fabric of the Cosmos
PBS,

2011

| Documentary

"The Fabric of the Cosmos," a four-hour series based on the book by renowned physicist and author Brian Greene, takes us to the frontiers of physics to see how scientists are piecing together the most complete picture yet of space, time, and the universe. With each step, audiences will discover that just beneath the surface of our everyday experience lies a world we'd hardly recognize-a startling world far stranger and more wondrous than anyone expected.


Lidia's Kitchen
PBS,

2016

| Cooking/Food, Documentary
Rating: 5/5

Lidia's Kitchen is the quintessential culinary masterclass with beloved chef, Emmy-winning TV host, and author Lidia Bastianich as your private chef-instructor. In this comprehensive new season, Lidia's passion for teaching is evident. She not only describes proper techniques to prepare foods of all kinds in classic and new Italian recipes, she guides viewers through the vast sea of subtle flavors, imparting tips about how to buy and store ingredients. After 25 years of writing cookbooks and 18 years on public television, this season is Lidia's most complete work on Italian cuisine yet. Nourish your soul with the goodness of genuine Italian hospitality and family recipes from Lidia's Kitchen to yours.


H2O: The Molecule That Made Us

H20:The Molecule That Made Us is a 3-hour series from WGBH Boston, airing three consecutive Wednesdays. The film dramatically reveals how water underpins every aspect of our existence. In the emptiness of outer space, Earth is alive because of water. Humanity's relationship with this simple molecule is everything.


The Great American Read

A journey through America that introduces our list of the 100 best-loved books and explores the many ways in which these novels affect, reflect and connect us all.


Mystery!

This long-running anthology series offers popular whodunits such as "The Inspector Lynley Mysteries," "Poirot," "Sherlock Holmes," "Marple" and many others.


Super WHY!

A program designed to help teach kids that reading can be fun by illustrated children's tales. Kids will learn through four interactive heroes who use reading to solve mysteries overcome obstacles. The fairy tale books that the interactive heroes travel into are somewhat different from the original story.


Samantha Brown's Places to Love
PBS,

2018

| Travel, Documentary
Rating: 4.5/5

This isn't your traditional travelogue show with an itinerary of "to-dos" and "greatest hits". SAMANTHA BROWN'S PLACES TO LOVE gets to the emotional heart of travel by finding the people who are changing, challenging and strengthening a destination to deliver a decidedly refreshing and personal travel experience. In each episode Samantha will seek out the little known spots and haunts where innovators and disrupters are creating a brand new travel experience. Whether it's food and drink, art and design, culture or adventure, at the end of each episode viewers will have a well curated list of experiences that focus on not just how to visit a destination but how to belong to it.


The New Yankee Workshop
PBS,

1989

| How To/Do It Yourself, Reality
Rating: 5/5

America's favorite craftsman, Norm Abram, continues to re-create timeless classics while taking on new challenges. Join Norm in TNYW for his trademark, step-by-step approach that will inspire woodworkers-from casual to expert-to roll up their sleeves, put on their safety goggles, and get building.


The Great Civilizations of Africa
PBS,

2017

| Documentary

This is a documentary from Harvard professor and Emmy Award Winning filmmaker Henry Louis Gates.


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