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Celebrate freedom and independence with 'A Capitol Fourth'
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Celebrate freedom and independence with 'A Capitol Fourth'

"A Capitol Fourth" on PBS kicks off our country’s 242nd birthday.

PBS to take viewers around the world for another summer of adventure
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PBS to take viewers around the world for another summer o...

This summer, the adventure continues as PBS presents a lineup of programs that take viewers to some of the most remarkable destinations in the U.S. and abroad.

PBS Kids will offer an adventurous summer
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PBS Kids will offer an adventurous summer

The PBS Summer of Adventure will be celebrated with PBS Kids shows, too.

New PBS documentary series to explore road to success for world's most influential
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New PBS documentary series to explore road to success for...

A new 12-episode documentary series will explores the unexpected journey to success of some notable figures in various fields.

Curious George will swing into area in June
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Curious George will swing into area in June

Everyone's favorite inquisitive monkey will visit several Amarillo and Canyon locations in June.

Help choose America and the Panhandle’s favorite book
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Help choose America and the Panhandle’s favorite book

Explore the power of books and the joy of reading through a new television competition and nationwide campaign.

Week of programming planned ahead of Prince Harry, Meghan Markle nuptials
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Week of programming planned ahead of Prince Harry, Meghan...

Five consecutive weeknights of programs will help prepare American PBS audiences for the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Detective firm founded by exonerated Dallas men profiled in new 'Independent Lens' film
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Detective firm founded by exonerated Dallas men profiled ...

After serving a combined 60 years in prison for crimes they did not commit, three exonerated Texans joined forces to form the unlikeliest of investigative teams.

PBS Kids goes natural in April
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PBS Kids goes natural in April

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Panhandle perspective on national opioid crisis will be addressed at forum
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Panhandle perspective on national opioid crisis will be a...

The Amarillo branch of the NAACP and Panhandle PBS will tackle the issue of opioid abuse and addiction with the first of their Community Conversations for 2018.

Panhandle PBS members to get special Celtic Woman offer
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Panhandle PBS members to get special Celtic Woman offer

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

Two British comedy favorites will return to Panhandle PBS
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Two British comedy favorites will return to Panhandle PBS

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

'Call the Midwife' returns Sunday for seventh season
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'Call the Midwife' returns Sunday for seventh season

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

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

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

Popular local productions get anniversary-year encores on Panhandle PBS
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Popular local productions get anniversary-year encores on...

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

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

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

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

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

New special to explore what binds us as Americans
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New special to explore what binds us as Americans

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

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

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

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

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

Story of historically black colleges, universities to be told in 'Tell Them We Are Rising'
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Story of historically black colleges, universities to be ...

The power of higher education to transform lives and advance civil rights and equality in the face of injustice will be revealed in a documentary premiering in February.

New film 'The Bombing of Wall Street' explores mostly forgotten terror attack that launched Hoover's career
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New film 'The Bombing of Wall Street' explores mostly for...

It was a blast that turned the nation’s financial center into a bloody war zone.

New 'American Experience' film to find parallels in modern, 19th-century American excess
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New 'American Experience' film to find parallels in moder...

A compelling portrait of an era of glittering wealth contrasted with extreme poverty, “The Gilded Age” makes its debut on "American Experience" this week.

New 'Independent Lens' portrait of Winnie Mandela looks beyond her reputation
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New 'Independent Lens' portrait of Winnie Mandela looks b...

The life of one of the most misunderstood and intriguing of contemporary female political figures will be examined in a new documentary on "Independent Lens."

Get a bird's-eye view of life among wild beasts in 'Animals with Cameras'
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Get a bird's-eye view of life among wild beasts in 'Anima...

Go where no human cameraman can go and witness a new perspective of the animal kingdom in "Animals with Cameras, A Nature Miniseries."

'We'll Meet Again' to reunite people whose paths crossed during historical events
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'We'll Meet Again' to reunite people whose paths crossed ...

A new series will explore some of contemporary history's most dramatic events through the eyes of those who lived through them.

A woman’s place is on the throne: 'Victoria' returns Sunday
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A woman’s place is on the throne: 'Victoria' returns Sunday

Jenna Coleman returns for a new season as the young queen who wants it all — romance, power, an heir and personal freedom — on "Victoria," Season 2.

Iconic crooner Tony Bennett honored with Gershwin Prize in PBS special
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Iconic crooner Tony Bennett honored with Gershwin Prize i...

A star-studded cast of performers will honor Tony Bennett as he accepts the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song.

Author, gay icon Armistead Maupin to be profiled in new 'Independent Lens' film
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Author, gay icon Armistead Maupin to be profiled in new '...

No author has had the kind of profound impact on me as Armistead Maupin.

'Two for the Road,' other favorites to be available on Create TV in Amarillo
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'Two for the Road,' other favorites to be available on Cr...

Viewers’ favorite lifestyles shows now have a new or additional home in Amarillo.

Amarillo-area holiday celebrations abound on Panhandle PBS
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Amarillo-area holiday celebrations abound on Panhandle PBS

Panhandle PBS will air festive local programs celebrating the Christmas holidays.

'Last Tango,' 'Midwife' to air special holiday episodes
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'Last Tango,' 'Midwife' to air special holiday episodes

Viewers can celebrate Christmas with special airings of two beloved programs.

The Wall That Heals will arrive in Amarillo for four-day stay beginning Dec. 6
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The Wall That Heals will arrive in Amarillo for four-day ...

Panhandle PBS will honor those who served in the Vietnam War by hosting a visit from The Wall That Heals.

Family favorite 'Anne of Green Gables' to return on Thanksgiving
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Family favorite 'Anne of Green Gables' to return on Thank...

Journey back to Prince Edward Island for another visit with Anne Shirley and family this Thanksgiving.

November pledge period to include acclaimed Beatles documentary, more
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November pledge period to include acclaimed Beatles docum...

The centerpiece of PBS’s November pledge period will be the broadcast premiere of an award-winning documentary about The Beatles at the height of fans’ mania.

David Letterman honored with Mark Twain Prize in November special
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David Letterman honored with Mark Twain Prize in November...

Late-night giant David Letterman’s lacerating wit and love of silliness will be celebrated by his peers in a star-studded special.

Scott Kelly’s re-entry to Earth explored in 'Beyond a Year in Space'
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Scott Kelly’s re-entry to Earth explored in 'Beyond a Yea...

What happens when you're not defying gravity anymore? After re-entry, when your feet are on solid ground again?

Free event Monday to offer a community conversation on Vietnam War
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Free event Monday to offer a community conversation on Vi...

The renewed discussion about one of the most divisive conflicts in American history doesn't end on your TV.

Edgar Allan Poe's life, legacy explored in Halloween-themed episode of 'American Masters'
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Edgar Allan Poe's life, legacy explored in Halloween-them...

The evocative imagery and sharply drawn plots of Edgar Allan Poe come to life in a new episode of "American Masters" about the notorious author.

Inventive, intimate documentary 'Cameraperson' to debut on POV
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Inventive, intimate documentary 'Cameraperson' to debut o...

Kristen Johnson has captured images for several acclaimed documentaries. She turns her insightful eye on herself in the intimate documentary "Cameraperson."

Top Broadway shows are coming straight to your TV
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Top Broadway shows are coming straight to your TV

Every Friday night from Oct. 20 to Nov. 24, some of the best-loved Broadway shows are coming directly to PBS viewers.

Return to paradise with second-season premiere of 'The Durrells in Corfu'
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Return to paradise with second-season premiere of 'The Du...

New romance and old ghosts highlight a return visit to the Greek isles when Season 2 of "The Durrells in Corfu" debuts Sunday.

'Finding Your Roots' digs deep in Season 4
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'Finding Your Roots' digs deep in Season 4

Leading figures discover surprising ancestral stories while learning their family history in the fourth season of the critically acclaimed series "Finding Your Roots."

'Poldark' returns for a new season of action, intrigue
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'Poldark' returns for a new season of action, intrigue

Does George Warleggan finally have the upper hand against his archenemy, Ross Poldark?

'Dazed and Confused,' 'Boyhood' filmmaker Richard Linklater to be profiled on 'American Masters'
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'Dazed and Confused,' 'Boyhood' filmmaker Richard Linklat...

From indie filmmaker to Oscar nominee, Texas-born writer-director Richard Linklater has helped change the face of American movies.

Late Princess Diana tells 'Her Story' in new documentary on PBS
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Late Princess Diana tells 'Her Story' in new documentary ...

The late Princess Diana speaks candidly about her life and troubled marriage in a new documentary debuting Tuesday on Panhandle PBS.

'Endeavour' heats up in Season 4 with Cold War intrigue
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'Endeavour' heats up in Season 4 with Cold War intrigue

Shaun Evans returns for a fourth season as the young Endeavour Morse as "Endeavour" returns Sunday.

'Great Performances' to highlight Mozart's take on the Trojan War in 'Idomeneo'
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'Great Performances' to highlight Mozart's take on the Tr...

An early masterpiece by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart will examine love and vengeance in the wake of the Trojan War during a special broadcast of "Great Performances at the Met."

August pledge drive to feature Beatles, Journey, Emmylou Harris, more
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August pledge drive to feature Beatles, Journey, Emmylou ...

Vintage concert specials will debut during our August pledge drive, which also will see new programs from Rick Steves and other favorites.

July programming highlights: 'A Capitol Fourth,' 'Murder in Suburbia,' 'Wild Alaska Live,' more
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July programming highlights: 'A Capitol Fourth,' 'Murder ...

New murder mysteries, a spectacular live exploration of Alaskan frontiers and the ultimate July 4th party: All this and more is heading your way in July.

Four iconic chefs to be profiled on 'American Masters'
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Four iconic chefs to be profiled on 'American Masters'

A “chefs flight” of documentaries will give insight into the lives of four culinary legends in May.

New documentary series explores the birth of American music
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New documentary series explores the birth of American music

The democratization of American music — and the epic changes it brought — is explored in a new three-part documentary premiering in May.

May programming highlights: 'Victorian Slum House,' 'Plants Behaving Badly,' 'American Epic,' Chefs' Flight, more
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May programming highlights: 'Victorian Slum House,' 'Plan...

In May, PBS audiences will dine with the greatest chefs, experience life with the poorest of the poor, see how music got democratized in America, celebrate Memorial Day and more.

'Live Here' to detail the life and bravery of a Hungarian woman during the Holocaust
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'Live Here' to detail the life and bravery of a Hungarian...

“This diary would be enough to hang me five times a week.”

‘The Great War’ explored in new, multi-part 'American Experience' documentary
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‘The Great War’ explored in new, multi-part 'American Exp...

See how the nation came of age in a new three-part documentary exploring America’s involvement in World War I.

'Call the Midwife' moves into the '60s in season premiere
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'Call the Midwife' moves into the '60s in season premiere

The critically acclaimed British drama "Call the Midwife" returns to PBS on Sunday for a sixth season.

Powerful Newtown documentary explores resilience in trauma-devastated community
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Powerful Newtown documentary explores resilience in traum...

In raw, heartbreaking detail, a new documentary examines life after the horrific Sandy Hook school shooting in Newtown, Conn.

New 24/7 PBS Kids channel launches in Amarillo area
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New 24/7 PBS Kids channel launches in Amarillo area

The first-ever 24/7 PBS Kids channel will be available Saturday to Panhandle PBS audiences on air and online.

Free screening, roundtable at PPHM will preview new PBS documentary on WWI
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Free screening, roundtable at PPHM will preview new PBS d...

Panhandle PBS will partner with Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum in Canyon to offer a free preview of a new look at World War I.

April program highlights: 'Call the Midwife,' 'The Great War,' 'Last Days of Jesus,' more
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April program highlights: 'Call the Midwife,' 'The Great ...

April will be packed with special programming focusing on heartbreak and renewal.

Finding justice after battle, from WWII to today
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Finding justice after battle, from WWII to today

A new three-part series explores how a model of justice conceived after World War II still has a global impact today.

Gender warriors Ovarian Psycos profiled in new 'Independent Lens' doc
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Gender warriors Ovarian Psycos profiled in new 'Independe...

A fierce pack of rabble-rousing bicyclists will roll into "Independent Lens" this week.

New drama examines the 'Invisible' lives of Brontë Sisters
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New drama examines the 'Invisible' lives of Brontë Sisters

From sheltered clergyman’s daughters to controversial authors, the Brontë Sisters lived literary lives like few others.

'Independent Lens' doc to put focus on alternative school for at-risk kids
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'Independent Lens' doc to put focus on alternative school...

One last chance: That’s what every student at Black Rock Continuation High School in California is facing.

March programming highlights: Pledge Week, 'Victoria' finale, 'Ovarian Psycos,' more
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March programming highlights: Pledge Week, 'Victoria' fin...

Musical favorites, the season finale of "Victoria" and more are heading your way during our March pledge week, with other great programming to come later in the month.

Documentary 'The Talk' explores important discussion between parents and children
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Documentary 'The Talk' explores important discussion betw...

The current state of race relations — particularly between police and people of color — is explored in an intimate context in a new documentary debuting Monday.

Boundary-pushing poet, activist Angelou celebrated in documentary
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Boundary-pushing poet, activist Angelou celebrated in doc...

The incomparable Maya Angelou’s exuberant life is explored in a new documentary on American Masters, debuting at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Imaginative documentary 'Tower' revisits 1966 mass shooting at UT
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Imaginative documentary 'Tower' revisits 1966 mass shooti...

The untold stories of witnesses, heroes and survivors of America’s first mass school shooting are told in a never-before-seen way in a new documentary airing Tuesday.

'American Experience' to revisit Oklahoma City bombing, Ruby Ridge siege
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'American Experience' to revisit Oklahoma City bombing, R...

Two milestone events in 1990s American history, both of which pointed to a rise in anti-government feelings, are explored beginning tonight in new documentaries.

February programming highlights: 'Tower,' 'Race in America,' profiles of John Lewis, Maya Angelou, more
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February programming highlights: 'Tower,' 'Race in Americ...

February's feature programming includes a look back at deadly domestic terrorism attacks, profiles of Rep. John Lewis and Maya Angelou, a celebration of Smokey Robinson and more.

Panhandle PBS, PPHM team for WWI screening, roundtable
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Panhandle PBS, PPHM team for WWI screening, roundtable

In conjunction with a year-long focus on World War I at Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, Panhandle PBS will screen a special episode of "Nova" at the museum.

Applications sought for Amarillo Community Market vendors for 2017 season
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Applications sought for Amarillo Community Market vendors...

Applications for vendors at the 2017 Amarillo Community Market will be accepted beginning Friday.

Nominations sought for annual Golden Nail Awards
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Nominations sought for annual Golden Nail Awards

Nominations are due Feb. 13 for the 35th annual Golden Nail Awards.

Programming note: 'What Matters Now' community roundtable episode of 'Live Here' to re-air
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Programming note: 'What Matters Now' community roundtable...

In observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Panhandle PBS will rebroadcast a special hour-long episode of "Live Here" on Thursday.

Amarillo man to be featured on 'Antiques Roadshow' with history-making gold medal
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Amarillo man to be featured on 'Antiques Roadshow' with h...

Amarillo man Oliver Fortenberry is on a mission when he appears on Monday's new episode of "Antiques Roadshow."

Artist, arts patron Ann Crouch dies at 84
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Artist, arts patron Ann Crouch dies at 84

One of Amarillo's most influential philanthropists and artists has died.

Carol Lovelady tabbed as new PPHM director
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Carol Lovelady tabbed as new PPHM director

An Amarillo woman whose family were among the city's earliest residents has been named director of Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum in Canyon.

Remembering Bill Quackenbush, one of Panhandle PBS's fathers
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Remembering Bill Quackenbush, one of Panhandle PBS's fathers

Amarillo giant William "Bill" Quackenbush died Dec. 30 at the age of 96.

Get a sneak peek of hotly anticipated new series 'Victoria' at Sunday screening
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Get a sneak peek of hotly anticipated new series 'Victori...

The ascension of the most powerful woman the world has ever known is at the heart of the newest "Masterpiece" offering — and Panhandle PBS fans will get a sneak peek.

January programming highlights: 'Victoria,' 'Sherlock,' 'Live Here,' more
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January programming highlights: 'Victoria,' 'Sherlock,' '...

From the return of the world's best detective to the premiere of a hotly anticipated look at an iconic monarch, PBS launches the new year in style in January.

TCA designates sprawling portion of Amarillo a cultural district
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TCA designates sprawling portion of Amarillo a cultural d...

An effort to designate a large portion of Amarillo as a cultural district has succeeded.

New Burns film 'Defying the Nazis' to get advance screening before Sept. 20 on-air debut
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New Burns film 'Defying the Nazis' to get advance screeni...

An American minister and his wife who risked their lives to save refugees from Nazi Germany are profiled in a new documentary co-directed by Ken Burns, screening Thursday.

September programs promise in-depth political analysis, stunning nature programs, 'Poldark' return and more
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September programs promise in-depth political analysis, s...

September will offer viewers no end of enlightenment and thrills, from fascinating new angles on political drama to the return of the brooding hero Ross Poldark.

Season Preview: A look at TheatreAC's 2016-17 offerings
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Season Preview: A look at TheatreAC's 2016-17 offerings

A contemporary musical, an ancient Greek comedy, an iconic absurdist classic and a contemporary mind-bender are on tap for TheatreAC's 2016-17 season.

August pledge period starts Saturday; look for old favorites alongside special programming
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August pledge period starts Saturday; look for old favori...

When the PBS pledge drive begins Saturday, you won't just see new specials. You'll also see big episodes of your beloved regular shows.

High Plains imagery sought for AMoA photography exhibition
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High Plains imagery sought for AMoA photography exhibition

Amarillo Museum of Art is seeking images shot on the High Plains for a new juried exhibition opening in November.

Childers: "This political environment is caustic"
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Childers: "This political environment is caustic"

Terry Childers, Amarillo's interim city manager, discusses the city council's search for his permanent replacement and the divisive politics affecting it.

Amarillo-based author Castillo back with another 'Wicked' tale set among the Amish
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Amarillo-based author Castillo back with another 'Wicked'...

In "Among the Wicked," Amarillo-based author Linda Castillo takes heroine Kate Burkholder out of her comfort zone — something the author herself will soon experience.

Season Preview: A look at West Texas A&M University theater's 2016-17 offerings
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Season Preview: A look at West Texas A&M University theat...

A pair of urban musicals, an American classic and a bifurcated comedy are on tap for the theatrical season at West Texas A&M University.

STATE NEWS — THE TEXAS TRIBUNE

In Texas Case, Supreme Court Upholds One Person, One Vote
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In Texas Case, Supreme Court Upholds One Person, One Vote

In a unanimous decision released Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to uphold Texas' current system for drawing legislative districts...

Analysis: Voters, Y'all
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Analysis: Voters, Y'all

Politicians won’t say it but the fact is, voters are ignorant.

Analysis: An Election Theme Seven Years in the Making
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Analysis: An Election Theme Seven Years in the Making

One thing has remained true during this political cycle, even as we all watch our early predictions sour...

Cuban Refugees Flocking to Texas Border
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Cuban Refugees Flocking to Texas Border

Even as President Obama moves to normalize relations, Cuban refugees continue pouring into Texas...

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode April 17, 2016

PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode April 17, 2016

PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode April 17, 2016.

PBS Newshour Weekend full episode April 16, 2016

PBS Newshour Weekend full episode April 16, 2016

PBS Newshour Weekend full episode April 16, 2016

PBS NewsHour full episode April 15, 2016

PBS NewsHour full episode April 15, 2016

PBS NewsHour full episode for April 15, 2016

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