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Apr 18

Has time run out for Alice? Find out in Sunday’s (4/20) new episode of THE BLETCHLEY CIRCLE (Season 2) at 10/9c on PBS.
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Has time run out for Alice? Find out in Sunday’s (4/20) new episode of THE BLETCHLEY CIRCLE (Season 2) at 10/9c on PBS.

Watch a preview.

Troops of macaques known as snow monkeys have convened in Japan’s Jigokudani for some 50 years to warm up in specially-constructed hot springs.
Preview “Snow Monkeys” on Nature, coming Wednesday, April 23 at 8/7c.

Troops of macaques known as snow monkeys have convened in Japan’s Jigokudani for some 50 years to warm up in specially-constructed hot springs.

Preview “Snow Monkeys” on Nature, coming Wednesday, April 23 at 8/7c.

Apr 17

Sister Winifred embraces the challenges of midwifery & tragedy strikes close to home on the next episode of CALL THE MIDWIFE.
Season 3 continues this Sunday, April 20 at 8/7c.

Sister Winifred embraces the challenges of midwifery & tragedy strikes close to home on the next episode of CALL THE MIDWIFE.

Season 3 continues this Sunday, April 20 at 8/7c.

Generating solar power could someday be as easy as flipping a switch. A molecular switch, that is.
Learn more from NOVA Next.

Generating solar power could someday be as easy as flipping a switch. A molecular switch, that is.

Learn more from NOVA Next.

Apr 16

Follow U.S. Army Veteran Wes Moore in his search for answers to some of the most difficult questions facing soldiers returning home from war.
The new 3-part series COMING BACK WITH WES MOORE begins Tuesday, 5/13 at 8/7c on PBS.

Follow U.S. Army Veteran Wes Moore in his search for answers to some of the most difficult questions facing soldiers returning home from war.

The new 3-part series COMING BACK WITH WES MOORE begins Tuesday, 5/13 at 8/7c on PBS.

Say hello to your inner reptile and join Neil Shubin tonight at 10/9c for episode 2 of Your Inner Fish!

Say hello to your inner reptile and join Neil Shubin tonight at 10/9c for episode 2 of Your Inner Fish!

TONIGHT (4/16) at 8/7c on pbsnature, see Touching the Wild, the story of Joe Hutto’s 7-year journey of bonding with a wild mule deer herd.
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TONIGHT (4/16) at 8/7c on pbsnature, see Touching the Wild, the story of Joe Hutto’s 7-year journey of bonding with a wild mule deer herd.

See a preview.

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There are few images as deeply ingrained in the national consciousness as Migrant Mother. Yet for decades, no one knew what had become of this woman and her family.

During our visit to Kansas City’s The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Antiques Roadshow took a closer look at the woman and family behind the famous photograph: http://to.pbs.org/1m3dJQV.

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Let us Ifill you in: Steve uses an interview at Indiegogo as a last ditch effort to save Everything But The News: http://bit.ly/1gALpAL

Don’t go, Steve!

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Let us Ifill you in: Steve uses an interview at Indiegogo as a last ditch effort to save Everything But The News: http://bit.ly/1gALpAL

Don’t go, Steve!

Apr 15

One of the most amazing things about being a mammal is our sensitive hearing. Where does it come from? — These three little bones in our middle ear.
Our reptile ancestors only had one bone, but our two extra bones enable us to amplify sound.
Learn more and tune in tomorrow night (4/16) on PBS at 10/9c when Your Inner Fish continues.

One of the most amazing things about being a mammal is our sensitive hearing. Where does it come from? — These three little bones in our middle ear.

Our reptile ancestors only had one bone, but our two extra bones enable us to amplify sound.

Learn more and tune in tomorrow night (4/16) on PBS at 10/9c when Your Inner Fish continues.

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All of our skin organs form from simple folds in skin tissue. Once this process was in place, it was modified to produce all kinds of skin organs — from a reptile’s scale to a bird’s feather to a mammal’s mammary glands.
Learn more tomorrow with Neil Shubin when Your Inner Fish continues tomorrow (4/16) on PBS at 10/9c.

All of our skin organs form from simple folds in skin tissue. Once this process was in place, it was modified to produce all kinds of skin organs — from a reptile’s scale to a bird’s feather to a mammal’s mammary glands.

Learn more tomorrow with Neil Shubin when Your Inner Fish continues tomorrow (4/16) on PBS at 10/9c.