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.
Vivian Howard’s series A Chef’s Life ended last fall. But she’s coming back to PBS in early 2020 with a new series that has a different focus: Somewhere South.
“We tried to bring people together across notions of family.” —Family Pictures USA host and producer Thomas Allen Harris
Antiques Roadshow executive producer Marsha Bemko on how much appraisers are paid, how the show is filmed, and why it made a major change this season.
A national survey has resulted in the finalists who will compete for Americans’ votes when the PBS reality competition The Great American Read kicks off in May.
PBS announced the debut date for the next season of The Great British Bake-Off that it will air, and I’ve learned which UK season that is.
An interview with Mr. McFeely, David Newell, and the producers of Mister Rogers: It’s You I Like.
Happy anniversary, Mister Rogers. And thank you for everything you did for me.
Chef Marcus Samuelsson will travel to immigrant communities around the United States to meet people and sample cuisine for his new series No Passport Required.
Ken Burns & Lynn Novick’s The Vietnam War attempts to tell the story of it through “the experiences of ordinary people who lived through it from all sides.”
PBS’ The Farthest: Voyager in Space is a captivating look at the spacecrafts have spent 40 years teaching us and serving as evidence of our existence.
Preview Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s next work: The Vietnam War, which he calls “the most ambitious project that we have ever undertaken.”
Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise tells the full story of Maya Angelou’s life, and it was a life that included a lot more than her memorable writing.