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A New Mr. Rogers Documentary Makes a Powerful Case for Love in Dark Times

In terrible times, ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor’ calls for compassion.
Peter Slattery
6.7.18
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Watch Larry David and Bernie Sanders Find Out They're Actually Cousins

PBS revealed the news on the season premiere of the show 'Finding Your Roots.'
River Donaghey
10.4.17
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Bill Nye Drinks Wine with a Climate Change Denier in the Trailer for His Doc

The upcoming film 'Bill Nye: Science Guy' will hit theaters later this year.
VICE Staff
9.28.17
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PBS Is Bringing the Bill Nye Documentary to Theaters

The film follows the Science Guy as he tries to shed his children's show personality to become an advocate for rational scientific thinking.
River Donaghey
6.14.17
free stuff

All 886 Episodes of "Mr. Rogers" Are Streaming for Free Right Now

PBS has raised thousands by giving away one of its most beloved titles on Twitch.
Beckett Mufson
5.18.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Here's Alabama Shakes Playing a Song From the 1940s in a Studio From the 1920s

They hit the studio with Jack White (of course) for PBS's 'American Epic' documentary.
Alex Robert Ross
5.18.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

This New Docu-Series About the Early American Recording Industry Stars Elton John and Nas

Jack White, Alabama Shakes, and Willie Nelson also feature in 'American Epic'.
Lauren O'Neill
4.19.17
Art Funding

Here’s How Trump’s Tax Plan Crushes America’s Arts Programs

Big Bird himself is in danger, along with local arts communities across the country.
Beckett Mufson
3.16.17
Animated Interviews

Alfred Hitchcock Doesn't Give a F*ck About a Fear of Death in This Animated Interview

"There's humor in a graveyard," he says in an interview with Colin Edwards, animated for PBS' Blank on Blank.
Beckett Mufson
3.7.17
Film

Oprah and the Clintons Celebrate Maya Angelou in a New Documentary

'Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise' combines archival footage with interviews to dive into the more personal details of her life.
Tatiana Walk-Morris
2.21.17
Film

Two KKK Documentaries Explore the Responsibilities of Activists and Filmmakers

Following the debacle around a canceled reality TV series, 'Birth of a Movement' and 'Accidental Courtesy' show how the Klan’s legacy persists today.
Christine Ro
1.6.17
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PBS Journalist Gwen Ifill Has Died

Ifill was the first African American woman to host a major political talk show, breaking race and gender barriers in newscasting.
Allison Schaller
11.14.16
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