Independent Lens’ The King, takes us on a journey from Elvis Presley’s humble beginnings in Tupelo, Mississippi to mega stardom, and we discover America along the way, premiering Monday, January 28, 8 to 10:30 p.m. ET (check local listings) on PBS. Elvis’ legacy has influenced musicians, people, and our culture. Eugene Jarecki, director/writer/producer, uses Elvis […]
Death Dive explores the mysteries of the rings of Saturn and unlocks the secrets of what may lie below the planet’s gaseous surface.
On the 40th Anniversary of NASA’s Voyager program, Steven Filoramo and Gregory Perosi discuss PBS’s “The Farthest: Voyager in Space.”
When they met, I wanted to cry.
The documentary is a really intriguing mystery of his days in Arles, answering the questions – was the story of his ear a fake, and who was the mystery girl ‘Rachel’
Hamilton’s America is revolutionary documentary that tells how Lin-Manuel Miranda and his collaborators made a hit Broadway musical.
Koko, the gorilla, is the ‘lovable’ subject of new documentary, premiering August 3, 8 ET on PBS. (Check local listings.)
The PBS/BBC co-production about the ‘talking gorilla’ delves into her life learning sign language from her trainer, Penny Patterson.
From Savannah to Seattle, PBS explores 10 Parks That Changed America, premiering Tuesday, April 12, 2016, 8 p.m. ET. Find out which parks on Staten Island were influenced by the PBS picks.
We learned about how to find fossils and about how the Titanosaur lived by watching Nature: Raising the Dinosaur Giant (Watch the trailer here, on Nature Online.), airing Wednesday, February 17, 8 p.m. ET (check local listings) on PBS. We enjoyed it! It was very enriching. Here are ten facts that we learned watching the program: […]
The Life-Wire News Crew reviews Autism in Love, a film by Matt Fuller, airing January 11, 10-11:30 p.m. (ET) on PBS’ Independent Lens. (Check local listings.) Autism in Love follows the lives of individuals with autism as they navigate relationships.