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Jun 22, 2011 in Web News
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Jun 22, 2011 in Web News
Tonight's PBS NewsHour live coverage of President Obama's White House speech on Afghanistan troop levels is set to begin at 7pm. Judy Woodruff will anchor the coverage.
Jun 21, 2011 in Web News
Tonight at 7pm, an investigation of mysterious airplane parts leads to Hawaii and a story that's often overshadowed by the attack on Pearl Harbor. Also: an attempt to match metal shavings to the correct Civil War cannon.
Jun 20, 2011 in Web News
Tonight starting at 7pm, Antiques Roadshow airs both hours 2 and 3 of it's Wichita, KS visit. Antique discoveries include a circa 1875 Italian micromosaic pendant; a set of 1914 and 1915 Cracker Jack baseball cards; a 1920s Buddy “L” toy sand and gravel truck; and an 18th-century surveyor’s compass.
Jun 17, 2011 in Web News
Tonight at 8:30pm, watch "Poirot: The Third Girl," in which Poirot investigates the blood-soaked death of a former nanny. A troubled young heiress (Jemima Rooper) claims responsibility for the deed, but the sleuth doubts her guilt.
Jun 16, 2011 in Web News
Tonight at 8pm, A visit to Wichita includes a tour of the Kansas Aviation Museum, where vintage air-travel posters are highlighted. Then, at the Century II Performing Arts and Convention Center, featured items include a 1949 payroll check to Mickey Mantle.
Jun 15, 2011 in Web News
Tonight at 8pm, Nova explores music's affect on the brain via four case studies from neurologist Oliver Sacks' book "Musicophilia" and MRI visualizations of Sacks' own brain responding to classical pieces, including Bach's Mass in B Minor.
Jun 14, 2011 in Web News
Tonight at 7pm, Secrets of the dead has a report on blood doping of East German athletes during the 1970s and the impact such practices may have had on the athletes' health.
Jun 13, 2011 in Web News
"This was the Rosa Parks moment, the time that gay people stood up and said no," says the Village Voice's Lucian Truscott IV in the illuminating "Stonewall Uprising," which recalls a 1969 riot that erupted after police raided a Greenwich Village gay bar. Tonight at 8pm
Jun 12, 2011 in Web News
A demon-haunted heiress is convinced she has committed murder, but Poirot believes she is innocent. SUNDAY NIGHT AT 8. AND IN CASE YOU MISSED IT...Check out last Sunday's episode, MASTERPIECE: MYSTERY! Poirot X: Appointment With Death. Tonight (Friday) at 8:30.