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    The Crimson Field

    The Crimson Field

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    My Boy Jack

    My Boy Jack

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    PBS (TV Movie 2008)
    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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    PBS (TV Movie 2013)
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    The Widower

    The Widower

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    PBS (Mini-Series 2015)
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    Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego?

    Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego?

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    PBS (ended 1997)
    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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    PBS (ended 1972)
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    Vegetable Soup

    Vegetable Soup

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    PBS (ended 1979)
    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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    Anne of Green Gables (2002)

    Anne of Green Gables (2002)

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    Also known as Anne of Green Gables: The Animated Seris. Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert had planned to adopt a boy to help out around Green Gables farm. But waiting for Matthew at the train station is freckle-faced, red-headed Anne Shirley - a talkative 10 year old orphan with a heart full of dreams and a desperate longing for a home. From the minute Anne sets foot in Matthew's buggy, Green Gables will never be the same. Discover the world through Anne's eyes!moreless
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    California's Gold

    California's Gold

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    Huell travels around California looking for interesting stories, hidden treasures, and exiting historic locations.
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    Carrier

    Carrier

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    PBS (ended 2008)
    Expose yourself to the world of working on a nuclear aircraft carrier. Filmmakers immerse themselves in the microcosm that is life on the USS Nimitz, as they probe into the professional and person lives of the crew. This series was awarded a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Cinematography for Reality Programming.moreless
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    Ken Burns: Jazz

    Ken Burns: Jazz

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    Ken Burns: Jazz is an acclaimed 2001 television documentary miniseries produced for the venerated PBS network. A sumptuously rich bite of jazz American pie. Ken Burns succeeds in documenting this impossibly large subject. Clocking in at just less than 20 hours, the series is an exhaustive and complete overview of Jazz in the 20th Century. Never dull, this set is a sophisticated and engaging exploration of the evolution of Jazz from its roots to the present. This documentary is a social history of the musicians who created one of America's greatest contributions to art and it covers the years 1900 to around 1960. The emphasis here is on the mainstream artists of the trade. Burns unravels his story in a chronological and quite accessible way that is not over the head of the neophyte nor beneath the interest of the educated jazz connoisseur. Some artists are omitted, and the last 40 years is compressed into one single episode.moreless
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    Animalia

    Animalia

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    This popular children's series features the adventures of two children, Alex and Zoe, in an unusual place called Animalia where animals can speak with humans. Animalia is in trouble, and it's up to Alex and Zoe to help their new animal friends save their home. This series is based on a book by Graeme Base. The series won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Music Direction and Composition.

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    Kipper

    Kipper

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    PBS (ended 2000)
    This show, which used to air on Nick Jr., focused on a laid-back dog and the simple adventures he has. His best friends is Tiger, a Scottie dog, and Pig, a well, pig. Pig also has a small cousin or some relation like that called Arnold. Arnold can't talk yet. Kipper Theme Song: They call him Kipper Kipper the Dog The one with the slipper That's Kipper Kipper the Dog By the way that's a toad not a frog Now, he can do this Do you think you could? He can do that Which is more than any old cat could Would you like a dog, like a dog, like a dog, like a dog like Kipper That's Kipper the Dog Now that's a frog.moreless
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    The French Chef

    The French Chef

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    PBS (ended 1973)
    Julia Child's first cooking show, introducing America to the intricacies of French cuisine.
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    Seven Little Monsters

    Seven Little Monsters

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    PBS (ended 2003)
    From Maurice Sendak, world-renowned author/illustrator of Where the Wild Things Are, comes Seven Little Monsters. The show stars - you guessed it - seven little monsters, who really aren't so little - they're over ten feet tall! These kids live with their loving Mom at #1234567 Chestnut Street and are definitely not your typical neighbors. The series follows the seven monsters through their hilarious day-to-day misadventures as they confront life's challenges and work together as a family.

    ORIGIN: The Seven Little Monsters as PBS knows it, began as a branch of the PBS Kids Bookworm Bunch, an umbrella device used to try and bring all PBS stations together to air the same thing Saturday mornings. The seven shared the umbrella with Corduroy, Elliot Moose, Marvin the Tap-Dancing Horse, Timothy Goes to School, and George Shrinks. Initially, PBS Kids Bookworm Bunch ran three hours, but after one season, it was cut down to two hours, losing Corduroy and Elliot Moose.

    When production of the unit PBS Kids Bookworm Bunch stopped in 2002, Seven Little Monsters continued on its own, albeit in a shorter format. On January 6, 2003, the team introduced all-new, 15-minute cartoons, which PBS aired on a double bill with The Berenstain Bears. Eventually, the seven were set even further back when PBS ordered 30 new half-hours of The Berenstain Bears. Ultimately, Seven Little Monsters was taken permanently from the PBS airwaves in 2004.moreless
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    Everyday Food

    Everyday Food

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    From best-selling magazine, Everyday Food, PBS has a TV show the entire family will love! With five inspiring chefs, they will teach you all types of easy to make meals the whole family will love!moreless
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    Ghostwriter Mysteries

    Ghostwriter Mysteries

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    This guide is a duplicate of the Ghostwriter guide, and is to be deleted.
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    Dragonfly TV

    Dragonfly TV

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    This multi-media show features children inventing new ways to acomplish tasks and test out scientific theories. This PBS show airs as part of PBS Kids GO!, a new series of Children's shows designed for kids on the older side of PBS Kids viewers. The show focuses on the excitement of kids discovering new ways of approaching science and math.moreless
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    Texas Ranch House

    Texas Ranch House

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    The latest installment in PBS’s popular “House” group of history series is Texas Ranch House. Texas Ranch House sends a family back in time to post-Civil War Texas where they experience the hardships and joys of running a cattle ranch. The family’s objective over the three month course of the project is to round up the 200 head of cattle and sell them at auction for a profit to keep the ranch afloat. In addition to the Cooke family – Bill and Lisa, and their three daughters Vienna, Lacey, and Hannah – there are a maid, six cowboys, and their foreman.moreless
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    Katie And Orbie

    Katie And Orbie

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    PBS (ended 2002)
    Katie and Orbie was a children's program produced in Canada, in which a creature from another planet called Orbie came to live with a five-year-old girl named Katie and her parents. Together, Katie and Orbie went through the experiences of pain and joy as they discovered what the planet Earth is about.

    Narrated by actor Leslie Nielsen, Katie and Orbie was based on the books by Canadian cartoonist Ben Wicks and his daughter Susan Wicks (the latter of whom also wrote for the series). Each half-hour episode contained three stories and two "Did You Know?" educational segments. The series wasn't "animated" precisely, but rather consisted of "storybook page"-like stills. Katie and Orbie premiered on PBS in the US and ran from 1995 to 1996, and was rebroadcast on The Disney Channel in 1997. The series still airs on Family Channel in Canada, the country where the show was produced.moreless
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