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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 »

DVD Review: Prime Suspect – The Complete Collection

Though the DVD set is lite on bonus features, Prime Suspect is an arresting series that deserves to be watched. Read More »

DVD Review: Fresh Fields – Set 1

The first two series from Britain’s ‘80s equivalent of I Love Lucy hit DVD in the US. Read More »

DVD Review: Doc Martin Collection: Series 1-4

Doc Martin is a charming, quirky show, and the entire series thus far is now available in one DVD set. Read More »

TV Rreview: Cinema Verite – A Life on Film

When the Camera Shows More Than a Happy Family Read More »

PBS Show Offers Reflection on Past and Present of Fighting Hunger

This story can set an example to continue that great American tradition as the world's hungry call out for help Read More »

The Great Russian Famine of 1921: When America Heard the Pleas of the Sick and Starving

Camels were used for the daunting task of hauling food into the snowy interior of Russia (National Archives 200 (S)- ARA-59)

The Russian famine was a defining moment in the history and character of America. Read More »

DVD Review: The Agatha Christie Hour, Set 2

Five beloved stories from the Queen of Crime Read More »