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TV Review: 10 Buildings That Changed America

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10 Buildings That Changed America is a fascinating look at influential buildings, old and new, that changed the look of America. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Dust Bowl

Ken Burns tells the story of Americans surviving a self-induced disaster. Read More »

TV Review: American Masters – Philip Roth: Unmasked

Philip Roth: Unmasked debuts on PBS in honor of the writer's 80th birthday. Read More »

DVD Review: The Power of Myth 25th Anniversay Edition

The landmark Power of Myth series is presented in a lavish 25th anniversary package. Read More »

TV Review: American Masters: Sister Rosetta Tharpe: The Godmother of Rock & Roll

American Masters: Sister Rosetta Tharpe: The Godmother of Rock & Roll looks at one of America's most influential gospel singers. Read More »

TV Review: Attenborough’s Life Stories – “Understanding the Natural World”

Join naturalist filmmaker Sir David Attenborough as he explores the greatest secrets unlocked by science over the past 60 years. Read More »

TV Review: American Experience: Henry Ford

A fascinating two-hour documentary about the life of Henry Ford. Read More »

DVD Review: Celebrate With Clifford

Celebrate With Clifford! is a fun, wholesome set of episodes from PBS featuring everyone's favorite big red dog. Read More »

TV Review: Attenborough’s Life Stories – “Life on Camera”

Follow Sir David Attenborough as he takes us on a journey through sixty years of natural history filmmaking. Read More »

TV Review: Mr. Cao Goes to Washington

A Congressman seeking re-election is forced to make some tough decisions in a new PBS documentary. Read More »