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    The Tenth Inning

    The Tenth Inning

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    Ken Burns is back with his all new series "The Tenth Inning," picking up where his previous series, "Baseball," left off. Burns invites viewers to travel back in time and learn about this great American pastime and all of the history that comes along with it. Whether it be the popularity of the game or some of it's darkest moments, "The Tenth Inning" will be jam packed with baseball memories.moreless
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    The Mind of a Chef

    The Mind of a Chef

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    Anthony Bourdain takes viewers into the mind of chef and restaurateur David Chang in The Mind of a Chef. The show takes travel, cooking, history, science, and humor to a new level. Chang travels round the world to random food joints- from ramen factories in Japan to taking a BBQ tour in Texas, North Carolina, and Kansas City.moreless
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    PBS Science Specials

    PBS Science Specials

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    Each week features scientific findings, such as solar energy and the Phoenix Mars mission.
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    Prohibition

    Prohibition

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    PBS and acclaimed director Ken Burns bring you this new series that explores the risk America took when it decided to ban alcohol in the early 20th Century. A wide array of actors will lend their voices to the project including Tom Hanks, Sam Waterston and Samuel L. Jackson.moreless
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    The Fabric of the Cosmos

    The Fabric of the Cosmos

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    Brian Green hosts this Nova four-part series that explores the incredible physics of everyday objects and events.
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    Victory Garden

    Victory Garden

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    Victory Garden is television's longest running gardening show ' premiered on PBS Saturday, September 6, 2008. The show is hosted by international garden design sensation Jamie Durie and featuring Chef Michel Nischan's James Beard award-winning "Homegrown" cooking segments, The Victory Garden equips viewers with the confidence and inspiration to roll up their sleeves, get their hands dirty, and live outdoors. The newest season of The Victory Garden takes viewers on a coast-to-coast journey'from a Napa Valley garden of fruits, vegetables, and herbs modeled after the 16th-century Jardins du Villandry in France, to a Massachusetts farm that provides pristine produce to some of the finest restaurants in Boston. Each episode of The Victory Garden is hosted by Durie, and includes segments with Chef Nischan and beloved gardening correspondent Paul Epsom with six themes anchoring the new season'old, new, light, dark, soft, and edible. Season highlights include a community planting of traditional Victory Gardens at San Francisco City Hall where Durie will speak with San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom and renowned chef Alice Waters about the importance of connecting the planet to the plate.moreless
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    Spain...On the Road Again

    Spain...On the Road Again

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    Spain...On the Road Again on PBS.
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    Wishbone

    Wishbone

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    Welcome to the Wishbone guide at TV.com! Wishbone is about a little dog (a Jack Russell Terrier) with a BIG imagination. A very popular and award winning show in the mid-1990's, it encouraged children to read by alternating the main storyline of the show with a classic novel/play/short story with a parallel premise. Wishbone included catchy music and a memorable theme song: What's the story, Wishbone? Do you think it's worth a look? It kind of seems familiar Like a story from a book What's the story, Wishbone? What's this you're dreaming of? Such big imagination on such a little pup. Shake a leg now, Wishbone Let's wag another tale Sniffin' out adventure With Wishbone on the trail Come on, Wishbone What's the story, Wishbone? What's the story, Wishbone?moreless
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    Masterpiece Mystery!: Inspector Lewis

    Masterpiece Mystery!: Inspector Lewis

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    America in Primetime

    America in Primetime

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    Since its inception, television has served as a lens on American society, and in the expansive world of modern TV, today's heroes and villains have come a long way from their predecessors. America in Primetime showcases this iconic American art form, which has both reflected and shaped our national character. America in Primetime presents some of the most compelling shows on television today, as well as those of the past, by focusing on key character archetypes - the man of the house, the independent woman, the misfit and the crusader - that have remained a staple of primetime through the generations, capturing both the continuity of the character and the evolution.moreless
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    Global Voices

    Global Voices

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    Global Voices gives viewers an international perspective through intimate and uncommon stories about everyday people. Some stories include the first-ever team of women video journalists trained in Afghanistan, a 14-year-old boy working in Bolivia's silver mines, and Arab Israeli women starting a pickle cooperative.moreless
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    The Civil War

    The Civil War

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    This award-winning documentary chronicled the people and events of the bloodiest conflict in US history. The Civil War broke new ground by blending archival photographs, unique cinematography, music, narration, and a chorus of voices to animate the key figures of the time. The addition of notable experts on the subject created not only an accurate and exhaustive historical document - but also a riveting emotional journey through one of America's darkest and most pivotal times.moreless
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    Mystery!

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    Welcome to the Mystery! guide at TV.com! Mystery! is an anthology on PBS (out of the same stable as Masterpiece Theatre) which brings all kinds of British detective shows and mysteries to the US, although there are some American specials, as well. Some of the episodes are based on novels, while others are original stories. This is the home of Agatha Christie's Poirot (with David Suchet), the definitive Sherlock Holmes (with Jeremy Brett), Inspector Morse, and many more.moreless
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    The War

    The War

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    Learn about World War II through the memories and personal accounts of American men and women who experienced it firsthand in this seven-part series. This Ken Burns-produced series features dramatic historical footage and photographs of battle scenes.moreless
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    Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman

    Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman

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    Blending live-action and animation, FETCH! With Ruff Ruffman revolves around an animated dog named Ruff Ruffman, who develops, produces, and hosts his own reality TV show. Ruff runs the show from his state-of-the-art headquarters, otherwise known as his dog house, and issues wild and wacky real-world challenges to a group of 10 to 14-year-old kid contestants. Each episode follows the kids (real kids, not actors) as they tackle their challenges: Everything from training a cat for a commercial to staying afloat in a self-made boat to performing stand-up comedy to blasting off for a shuttle mission at Space Camp. And true to the reality of reality TV, the kids have NO idea what they're getting into until they're off on their challenges.moreless
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    My Boy Jack

    My Boy Jack

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    Rudyard Kipling is the British Empires greatest apologist and is at the height of fame when World War I breaks out. His son, Jack wants to go to war but is denied due to his poor eyesight. Using his notoriety, Kipling gets his son a commission, causing a bitter family conflict. Jack soon goes missing in action, believed to be wounded leaving Kipling with a crushing weight of guilt.moreless
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    Makers: Women Who Make America

    Makers: Women Who Make America

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    Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego?

    Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego?

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    Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego? began in the fall of 1996, replacing the former PBS Carmen show, Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?, both produced by WQED Pittsburgh and WGBH Boston. This version had one of Carmen's cronies going back in time to steal something that would affect the course of history. The show featured an opening round in which contestants answered questions about History. In the second round, contestants ranked eight events from most recent to earliest. Then in the final round, one contestant had to answer six multiple choice questions asked by Carmen in 90 seconds by running around the set through the gateways of time. A correct answer allowed the contestant to pass through it. If the contestant answered incorrectly, they must manually open the gate. If the contestant passed through 6 gates in time, he or she won a computer system. The series ended on December 12, 1997 after 2 seasons and aired re-runs until October 2, 1998.moreless
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    The Great American Dream Machine

    The Great American Dream Machine

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    Vegetable Soup

    Vegetable Soup

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    Before there was Chicken Soup for the Soul, there was Vegetable Soup. THEME SONG: Come on along and join us Come on along We're gonna have some fun Come on along and join us In a little bowl of Vegetable Soup It takes all kinds of vegetables All kinds of vegetables All kinds of vegetables To make a Vegetable Soup Welcome to the Vegetable Soup guide at TV.com. Produced by the Bureau of Mass Communications, New York State Education Department, Vegetable Soup was a melting pot of live-action, animation, puppets, dramas, and games. In two seasons, 78 episodes were produced, with over 200 segments used and reused. To many, Vegetable Soup may best be remembered for the Outerscope serials. These segments opened 70 of the 78 Vegetable Soup episodes, and were always fresh. The first serial starred five puppet kids, all with big hands, who have built a crude but effective spacecraft called Outerscope. During the first season, Outerscope I traveled the galaxy, with each stop giving the kids a lesson in cooperation and harmony between different cultures and races. The latter serial, Outerscope II, sent the five kids in different directions in search of a medallion. Other elements in Vegetable Soup included: The Big Game Hunt, a staple late in the first season, had a girl ready to make up games at any time. Her only threat came from the ever-changing face of bad-tempered Long John Spoilsport. (Long John Spoilsport returned for a live-action game show, The Big Job Hunt, which dominated ten shows of the second season.) Nigel the boa constrictor, segments of which were available independently to schools and media centers. Woody the Spoon (really the voice of Bette Midler), sharing recipes. But perhaps the greatest memory of Vegetable Soup was its versatility. At its peak in 1982, the show could be found on local PBS affiliates (for which it was originally devised), commercial syndication, Nickelodeon, and TBS. That's a program of harmony we just don't see today. Vegetable Soup was produced by the New York State Education Department (NYSED), Bureau of Mass Communications, under a grant from the then U.S. Office of Education, Department of Health, Education and Welfare. The content of and copyright on Vegetable Soup are the responsibility of NYSED, and no official endorsement from the U.S. government is to be implied.moreless
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