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TV Review: Nature: Raccoon Nation

Fascinating documentary about how raccoons are evolving in the city. Read More »

DVD Review: Poldark: The Complete Collection

25 hours of classic British "costume drama." Read More »

TV Review: Phil Ochs – There But for Fortune

Phil Ochs: There But for Fortune offers an authentic look at a great American folksinger and his turbulent time. Read More »

DVD Review: New Tricks – Season Five

The BBC-TV series returns to delight fans once more. Read More »

Television Premiere Review: Radioactive Wolves on PBS

PBS takes a look at the wildlife around Chernobyl 25 years later. Read More »

TV Review: Nova: The Fabric of the Cosmos: – ” What is Space?” and “What is Time?”

Nova: The Fabric of the Cosmos is an entertaining and fascinating study of space, time, and the universe. Read More »

TV Review: Independent Lens Presents Donor Unknown

Young girl's search for her paternal history Read More »

Prohibition’s Roy Olmstead: The Man Who No Longer Exists

More on Roy Olmstead from the PBS series: Prohibition. Read More »

TV Review: Great Performances – “Hugh Laurie: Let Them Talk – A Celebration of New Orleans Blues”

Hugh Laurie's personal journey into the "heart of lightness" that is New Orleans blues. Read More »

TV Review: Long Distance Warrior

The amazing story of the most successful business leader you've never heard of. Read More »