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April 16, 2012
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Informal interviews with celebrities
Directed By: Richard Lipman
Starring: Debra Schiman, Sam Fox
Released: None listed
Streetside Shooter
Directed By: Rose-Marie Towle
Starring: James B. Towle
Released: 2016
A Car to Die For
Directed By: Rose-Marie Towle
Starring: None listed
Released: 2016
Wrong House
Directed By: Rose-Marie Towle
Starring: James B. Towle
Released: 2016
Knife to Gunfight
Directed By: Rose-Marie Towle
Starring: None listed
Released: None listed
''Oimachi''Walk in Tokyo
Directed By: DAISUKE MINAKAMI
Starring: None listed
Released: None listed
Talking Shop w/ Bernie Sanders 1/6: Economic Freedom | Killer Mike
Directed By: Giovanni Hidalgo
Starring: Killer Mike, Bernie Sanders
Released: None listed
Mark Cuban
Directed By: Bill Corona
Starring: J.K. Rowling, Jay-Z
Released: None listed
Ghostbusters (2016) Was It a Turd?
Directed By: Chris Chitaroni
Starring: Matt Swizzy, Kristian Lariviere
Released: 2017
Ralph Lauren
Directed By: Bill Corona
Starring: J.K. Rowling, Jay-Z
Released: 2017
Inside Johnson & Johnson
Directed By: Alex Dean
Starring: Emily Chang
Released: 2017
Iceland
Directed By: Ryan Manning
Starring: Ashlee Vance
Released: 2017
Inside Lego
Directed By: Alex Dean
Starring: Emily Chang
Released: 2017
DVD to Death
Directed By: Rose-Marie Towle
Starring: None listed
Released: 2016
''Sangen-jaya'' Walk in Tokyo
Directed By: DAISUKE MINAKAMI
Starring: None listed
Released: None listed
Forced Flat
Directed By: Rose-Marie Towle
Starring: None listed
Released: 2016
Back Door Shootout
Directed By: Rose-Marie Towle
Starring: None listed
Released: 2016
Frontline Season 33
Directed By: WGBH Educational Foundation
Starring: None listed
Released: None listed
Frontline Season 32
Directed By: None listed
Starring: None listed
Released: 2013
The world's oceans are absorbing carbon dioxide at an unprecedented rate and the resulting acidification is transforming marine ecosystems. Hari Sreenivasan reports on how ocean acidification is already affecting oysters and other shellfish in the U.S....
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Acidifying Waters Corrode Northwest Shellfish
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: Not known
Watch as Vivian prepares the "ultimate tomato sandwich" for a Southern Foodways Alliance luncheon....
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Tomatoes...You Say Heirloom, I Say Old Timey
Directed By: PBS
Starring: None listed
Released: 2015
Follow Vivian as she learns about heirloom rice and hosts dinner with each course centered on rice....
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A Road Trip for Rice
Directed By: PBS
Starring: None listed
Released: Not known
Follow Vivian as she learns about heirloom rice and hosts dinner with each course centered on rice....
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A Road Trip for Rice
Directed By: PBS
Starring: None listed
Released: 2015
Meet Vivian's mom, Scarlett, and the proprietors of a sweet potato farm....
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Love Me Some Candied Yams!
Directed By: PBS
Starring: None listed
Released: 2015
The insurance industry looks at historical data, old and new, in order to assess the risk for potential disasters and put a price on premiums. But when Sandy hit the Northeast, some insurance companies reconsidered if they priced insurance high enough for the greater risks brought on by climate...
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Climate Change Causes Insurers to Rethink Price of Risk After Hurricane Sandy
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: 2013
For the first time, new national educational standards for grades K-12 will link global warming trends to manmade emissions. As part of our Coping With Climate Change series, Hari Sreenivasan looks at the challenges teachers face when covering the topic of climate science in their classrooms....
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Teachers Endure Balancing Act Over Climate Change Curriculum
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: 2013
The world's oceans are absorbing carbon dioxide at an unprecedented rate and the resulting acidification is transforming marine ecosystems. Hari Sreenivasan reports on how ocean acidification is already affecting oysters and other shellfish in the U.S....
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Acidifying Waters Corrode Northwest Shellfish
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: 2013
In July 2012, Native Americans from Maine to Washington State convened for a conference at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian. Their goal: to discuss the effects of climate change on tribal communities. Hari Sreenivasan reports....
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Native American Communities Affected by Climate Change Plan for the Future
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: 2013
Washington State salmon depend on the cold water from glacial lakes to survive. But as temperatures increase and glaciers shrink, salmon populations are declining, threatening the way of life for the Swinomish Tribe, also known as the "salmon people." Hari Sreenivasan reports....
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Swinomish Tribe Works to Adapt to Shrinking Salmon Supply
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: 2013
In September 2012, scientists found that the Arctic ice cap had melted to the smallest size ever. Ray Suarez talks to Walt Meier, a scientist at the U.S. National Ice and Snow Data Center about the new evidence and how a lack of Arctic sea ice affects ocean currents and changes weather patterns....
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Earth Loses its 'Air Conditioner': Arctic Ice Cap Shrinks to Record Low Level
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: 2013
Native American tribal lands along the Louisiana coast are washing away as sea levels rise and marshes sink. As part of our Coping with Climate Change series, Hari Sreenivasan reports from Isle de Jean Charles, a community that is slowly disappearing into the sea....
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In Louisiana, Rising Seas Threaten Native American Land
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: 2013
Examine the accusations of criminality and corruption that have surrounded Putin's reign in Russia....
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Putin's Way
Directed By: WGBH Educational Foundation
Starring: None listed
Released: 2015
From PBS - Vivian and Ben open a burger/oyster bar called the Boiler Room....
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Blueberries and Boiling Over
Directed By: Markay Media
Starring: None listed
Released: 2014
Investigate the miscalculations and mistakes behind the brutal rise of ISIS....
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The Rise of ISIS
Directed By: WGBH Educational Foundation
Starring: None listed
Released: 2014
While winter storms have blasted parts of the Midwest and Northeast, a lack of steady and deep snow -- less accumulation and faster melt -- has had serious effects for the ski industry and other winter sports. Hari Sreenivasan reports as part of the Coping with Climate Change series....
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For Winter Sports Industry, Decreasing Snowfall Sends Businesses Downhill
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: 2013
A look at a controversial plan by the city of Richmond, California to tax soda and other sugary drinks. Spencer Michels reports....
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California City Considers Sugary Drink Tax
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: 2013
A look at the battle being waged in Mississippi against the fried foods that have become traditional staples in the state. Betty Ann Bowser reports....
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Mississippi Fried Food Fight Against Childhood Obesity
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: 2013
Lack of water, "the great air conditioner", is causing unusually high temperatures and extreme weather events in the United States. Judy Woodruff speaks with Kevin Trenberth of the National Center for Atmospheric Research....
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What's Causing Unusually Hot Temperatures in the U.S.?
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: 2013
Public health experts have long warned of a growing obesity epidemic in America. This week, the Institute of Medicine and others launched a major campaign in hopes of curbing the problem. Ray Suarez and Dr. Francis Collins of the National Institutes of Health discuss the personal and public...
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Will Obesity Reverse Rise in U.S. Life Expectancy?
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: 2013
The recent drought and record temperatures in Texas put an unprecedented strain on water resources across the state. As part of the NewsHour's Coping with Climate Change series, Hari Sreenivasan reports on the plight of two towns in their struggle for water....
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Two Texas Towns Struggle for Water
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: 2013
Two chefs from New York City have stepped out of their kitchens and into school cafeterias to lend their services in hopes of crafting healthier menus for school lunches. Betty Ann Bowser reports....
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Chefs Cook Up Ideas for Healthy School Lunches
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: 2013
In this May 2012 conversation, Judy Woodruff speaks with New York Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley and Andrew Moesel of the New York State Restaurant Association about New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's proposed ban on the sale of large, sugary drinks at restaurants, movie theaters...
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New York City's Mayor Proposes Ban on Large, Sugary Drinks
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: 2013
In this June 2010 interview, Jim Lehrer speaks with first lady Michelle Obama about her initiative to address the issue of childhood obesity in the U.S. and what needs to be done to help bring it under control....
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Michelle Obama: Team Effort Needed to Halt Childhood
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: 2013
Arlington, Virginia's Signature Theater won a 2009 Tony Award as one of the nation's best regional theaters. Jeffrey Brown explores the theater's history and humble beginnings....
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Tony-Award Winning Va. Theater Sprouted From Garage
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: Not known
Australian actors Cate Blanchett and Richard Roxburgh have brought the Anton Chekhov classic "Uncle Vanya" back to the stage. Jeffrey Brown speaks with the actors about the challenges of staging the play for a modern audience....
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Cate Blanchett on Reviving Theater Classic 'Uncle Vanya' for Modern Stage
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: Not known
Judy Woodruff speaks with actress and playwright Anna Deavere Smith about her one-woman play, "Let Me Down Easy," which tackles contemporary health care issues through the eyes of more than a dozen different characters....
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One-Woman Show Explores Human Side of Health Care Debate: Anna Deavere Smith
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: 2013
Chicago students research, write and perform plays about their own communities, tackling tough social issues race while learning about theater. Jeffrey Brown reports....
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On Stage, Chicago Students Tackle Immigration, Poverty, Race
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: Not known
For nearly 40 years the Missoula Children's Theatre has been giving disadvantaged children an opportunity to discover their inner thespian. Jeffrey Brown reports....
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Missoula Theatre Program Gives New Meaning to
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: Not known
Australian actors Cate Blanchett and Richard Roxburgh have brought the Anton Chekhov classic "Uncle Vanya" back to the stage. Jeffrey Brown speaks with the actors about the challenges of staging the play for a modern audience....
Read more »
Cate Blanchett on Reviving Theater Classic 'Uncle Vanya' for Modern Stage
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: 2013
Playwright Lynn Nottage talks to Jeffrey Brown about her Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, "Ruined," set during Congo's civil war....
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A Conversation with Playwright Lynn Nottage
Directed By: MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Starring: None listed
Released: Not known
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