Tag: PBS

‘House of Cards’ goes on without Kevin Spacey

It’s not yet time to bid farewell to TV’s “House of Cards,” despite the Kevin Spacey fiasco. An eight-episode final…

12 months ago

Burns, Novick doc looks at Vietnam War from all sides

There’s been nothing yet like “The Vietnam War,” the new 10-part, 18-hour documentary directed and produced by Ken Burns and…

1 year ago

KQED doc a charming profile of food pioneer Jacques Pépin

Jacques Pépin has said, “I don’t know what my last meal will be, but it will be very, very long.”…

1 year ago

Scoop: As ‘Downton Abbey’ concludes, a brief recap from the U.K.

“Downton Abbey,” the most popular show on PBS, ever, is ending its run in America on Sunday. Not in on…

3 years ago

Human environmental efforts in spotlight in ‘Earth’

The Waorani live in harmony with the rain forest in Ecuador even as oil companies destroy it. But while the…

4 years ago

‘Downton Abbey’ goes to Delaware

Officials at the Winterthur Museum in Delaware say an upcoming exhibit of costumes from the hit British television drama “Downton…

5 years ago

Scoop: ‘Sherlock’ racks up viewers

“Sherlock” spoiler alert! Anglophilia continues to seduce American TV audiences, especially on PBS, as more than 4 million viewers tuned…

5 years ago

‘Flip’ teacher charges up class

When Alex Cocoles encountered a tough question on his Advanced Placement chemistry exam a month ago, the Sacred Heart Cathedral…

5 years ago