PBS Kids goes natural in April

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In the heart of spring and just after Earth Day, PBS Kids will celebrate Explore the Outdoors Week.

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Bill Nye is a man on a mission in new POV documentary

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"The anti-science movement is more powerful than it’s ever been."

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Humans’ ‘instinctual drive to create’ will be explored in ‘Civilizations’

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PBS will revisit one of its most acclaimed series and expand its scope for a new era.

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Indie Lens Pop-Up screening to feature lyrical insight into evolving world of agriculture

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Explore the changing landscapes and shifting values of rural America in an era of industrial agriculture in the next Indie Lens Pop-Up screening.

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Little-known story of Jewish Americans' WW2 service explored in 'GI Jews'

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A new documentary will shine a light on the little-explored history of Jewish Americans' military service during World War II.

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Panhandle PBS members to get special Celtic Woman offer

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The Irish lovelies of Celtic Woman are coming back to Panhandle PBS — and, in person, to Amarillo.

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Two British comedy favorites will return to Panhandle PBS

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A pair of beloved British sitcoms will return to Panhandle PBS in April.

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'Call the Midwife' returns Sunday for seventh season

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Visit Poplar in 1963 for Season 7 of the beloved "Call the Midwife."

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More than a sidekick: Oscar Zeta Acosta gets his due in new film

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A genre-defying film about the life of radical Chicano lawyer, author and countercultural icon Oscar Zeta Acosta will premiere in March.

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Popular local productions get anniversary-year encores on Panhandle PBS

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Panhandle PBS turns 30 years old this year, and to celebrate, we’re opening our vault.

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Labor leader Dolores Huerta profiled in new film, part of Indie Lens Pop-Up series

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Panhandle PBS will join with several Hispanic community leaders to offer an early screening of a film about a labor activist icon.

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March pledge period to feature 'Mister Rogers' special, new concerts, more

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A star-studded special celebrating the 50th anniversary of "Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood" will headline the March pledge period on PBS.

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New special to explore what binds us as Americans

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In this time of division and rancor, what ideals do we share in common?

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Take a rodent's-eye view of poverty, racial injustice and Baltimore history in 'Rat Film'

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Director Theo Anthony uses the rat to burrow into the dark, complicated history of Baltimore in his critically acclaimed directorial debut "Rat Film."

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Helen Mirren to be honored at AARP film awards, broadcast for first time on PBS

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A new movie awards show will make its debut in February on PBS.

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