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Actress Kim Delaney Sheds Light on War Victims of PTSD

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KCETLink Media Group has partnered with New Directions for Veterans to raise awareness for veterans suffering from PTSD with its Veterans Day special "Searching for Home." Read More »

Documentary Review: ‘Ball of Confusion: The 1968 Presidential Election’

Edward Nixon

Larry J. Sabato, politics professor and director of UVa’s Center for Politics, interviewed Edward Nixon at an advance screening of "Ball of Confusion." Read More »

‘On the Record with Mick Rock': Legendary Music Photographer on Snoop Dogg and More, OvationTV Show Debuts August 2

On the Record with Mick Rock OvationTV

Mick Rock visits the hometowns of an eclectic assortment of top-tier musicians from different eras in the new OvationTV series debuting this Sunday, August 2. Read More »

Emmy-Nominated Film ‘Escape Fire’ and Treating the Whole Person

Treating the Whole person

Increasingly studies confirm that nurturing love, forgiveness, humor, gratitude and other spiritual qualities promote health. Read More »

DVD Review: The War Zone – Centennial Anniversary Series: The First World War

World War I Documentary

The War Zone: Centennial Anniversary Series - The First World War: The War To End All Wars presents an Anglo-centric view of World War I. Read More »

TV News: The CW’s Social Experiment- ‘Famous In Twelve’


For the first time, the hopefuls of this reality-based show will depend on the audience's interaction via the various social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Treblinka: Hitler’s Killing Machine’


The new president of Iran, Hassan Rouhani, has started some promising steps toward reform, but for that country’s religious leadership, old habits die hard. The “Supreme Leader,” Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, recently tweeted this: “#Holocaust is an event whose reality is uncertain and if it has happened, it’s uncertain how it has happened. — (@khamenei_ir) March 21, 2014“ Khamenei might be ... Read More »

TV Review: ‘Blondie’s New York’ on The Smithsonian Channel


Blondie fans will want to dig out their old CDs and vinyl and listen once again to some great songs from 'Parallel Lines,' like "Hanging on the Telephone" and "One Way or Another." Read More »

TV Review: ‘Great Performances – The Dave Clark Five and Beyond’


This April, PBS pays tribute to the most neglected, unsung heroes of the British Invasion, the Dave Clark Five. Read More »

TV Review: ‘NOVA’ – ‘Great Cathedral Mystery’

The recently discovered cuppolina, courtesy of National Geographic Television.

Anyone who has studied Renaissance art, visited the Duomo, or who dreams of visiting the city and its cathedral in future will enjoy this informative film. Read More »