Chef Lidia Bastianich Comes to An Evening Uncorked! on April 6

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One of the best-loved chefs on television is coming to Rhode Island as our special guest at An Evening Uncorked! Will you join us on April 6, too?

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Visit Italy's Invisible Cities

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In this three-part series, Alexander Armstrong and Dr. Michael Scott use the latest 3D scanning technology to uncover the hidden history of Italian civilization and city life.

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Francis Scott Key: After the Song

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F.S. KEY: AFTER THE SONG continues the story of Francis Scott Key’s life and times after his writing of The Star-Spangled Banner that would become the national anthem in 1814.

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New Season of Rhode Island Live Begins September 30

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This season, RHODE ISLAND LIVE captures outstanding local and national musicians recorded at the Knickerbocker Café in Westerly, RI, and at the Rhythm and Roots Festival in Charlestown, RI.

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Antarctica: Tales from the End of the World

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Across icebergs and over frigid seas, seals, sea birds and Emperor penguins make their homes amid harsh conditions. Through stunning imagery, the documentary captures stories of love and survival from the farthest reaches of the Earth.

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Downton Abbey - The Movie

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'Downton Abbey' movie wraps filming: Here's everything we know, courtesy of our friends at WETA in Washington, DC.

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New Doc Martin Episodes Arrive in February

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After three years of waiting for new episodes, Doc Martin fans finally get Season 8 in February.

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Maria's Portuguese Table: Pull up a Chair for the Newest in Food and Travel

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It started as an idea for a cookbook. Not just any cookbook, but a chronicle of delicious recipes that preserve and share the tradition, culture, and childhood memories of the Azores-born author. Now that author, Maria Lawton, brings recipes to life in a new cooking and travel show on Rhode Island PBS.

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Two Events That Advanced 1960s Civil Rights Movement

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On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, join us for two documentaries that chronicle people and events that advanced civil rights in the United States during the tumultuous 1960s. Tune in starting at 10 p.m.

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The Appalachians

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The three-part series illustrates the dramatic history of a land and its people, told in story and song.

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Modern Farming in Rhode Island: A Community Conversation Airs Friday

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Join us at 8 p.m. for Modern Farming in Rhode Island: A Community Conversation

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A Lively Experiment Wraps Up 2018 by Unveiling New Set, New Podcast

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Your week's dynamic ‘must-see’ political affairs program introduces improved access and more in-depth discussion - building on what makes 'Lively' so unique.

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Neil Diamond - Hot August Night III - Celebrates 40th Anniversary of Original Concert

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Hot August Night III chronicles Neil Diamond’s triumphant 2012 return to the legendary Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, in a concert that celebrated the 40th anniversary of his original multiplatinum-selling Hot August Night collection recorded at the very same venue in 1972.

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Happy Holidays! Festive Afternoons on Rhode Island PBS

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Countdown to Christmas weekdays at noon, starting December 17.

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They Wore the Red Suit - A Rhode Island PBS Tradition, Too

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They Wore the Red Suit is a documentary featuring the rare individuals who have devoted their lives to keeping that magic alive in the world by actually being Santa Claus 365 days a year.

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