The Histories Henry IV and Henry V, with Jeremy Irons

From the Great Lakes, to the historic city of Québec – we head east on an aerial exploration of the St. Lawrence Seaway.

This series explores the features that define Canada: the most expansive coastline in the world and the...

Plot: An unorthodox English teacher in a private prep school both challenges and inspires his young students to think for themselves and live life to the fullest. His motto for them is simple, yet life-changing: Carpe Diem, or Seize the day! 

Scene: A teacher challenges...

Dr. Jonsson, UNICEF regional director for Eastern and Southern Africa, is well known for his passionate advocacy for children, for the right to food, and for urgent action on HIV/AIDS. In the first hour of the teleconference Dr. Jonsson was interviewed by veteran PBS and NPR...

We can find plants just about everywhere on Earth! In this episode of Science and Me, Molecular Mike takes a closer look at these amazing living things. We'll find out about roots, stems, leaves, and all the things plants need to live. Time to grab your shovel and dig into some science...

This program – arguably the most stirring and insightful in the series – admirably succeeds in its mission to "shed light on the power and process of creating and performing spoken word."

In his introduction writer/director James...


March 8 – International Women's Day

2017 Theme: "Women in the Changing World of Work: Planet 50-50 by 2030"

  • Malala: The Power of One Voice
    Around the world an estimated 66 million girls are being denied the right to an education. Girls make up more than 54% of the non-schooled population in the world.
  • Miss Representation
    Exposes how mainstream media contribute to the under representation of women in positions of power and influence in America. more

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