Experience the beauty of America’s landscapes and its people on PBS’s America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston. Highly recommended!
Independent Lens’s Free Chol Soo Lee is the story of a wrongfully convicted man, and the “politically conservative and politically radical” group that came together to free him. I talked to director Julie Ha about how they told his story.
PBS’s excellent series American Veterans just allows individuals to share their own stories and experiences, which are very different even though they all served in the military.
Independent Lens’s enthralling PBS documentary reality series Philly D.A. watches from inside to see what happens when someone tries to change the system.
Former Travel Channel host and current PBS host Samantha Brown says “the most important” thing TV networks can do now is “to embrace that diversity in their own programing.”
Carla Hall, Vivian Howard, Marcus Samuelsson, Eric Ripert, and other chefs watch—and comment on—episodes of Julia Child’s The French Chef in this new show. Highly recommended.
An interview with College Behind Bars director Lynn Novick and producer Sarah Botstein about their four-part series, which goes into prisons to follow students in the Bard Prison Initiative.