Rhode Island PBS Presents Antiques Roadshow Newport

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It was Antiques Roadshow’s first-ever visit to historic Newport, RI, and the show’s first-ever outdoor appraisal event. Neither the threat of Hurricane Jose nor construction on the Newport Pell Bridge dampened the festive spirits of almost 3,000 guests eager to see if their item, their story would be that special treasure to make it onto the show. Now you can see it, starting May 27.

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The Ripple Effect: A Community Conversation

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The effects of drunk driving reach beyond the arrest or - worse - the crash that results in injury or death. In The Ripple Effect, three panels discuss the far-reaching impact, from effects on family and friends to public safety and healthcare.

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THE FIX: Examining Rhode Island's Opioid Epidemic

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Every state in the union has a serious and debilitating opioid addiction problem. In THE FIX: EXAMINING RHODE ISLAND’S OPIOID EPIDEMIC, Rhode Island PBS takes a look at the effects of this crisis on our communities, and what is being done about it.

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New Season of 'Weekends with Yankee' begins April 23

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The travel, food, and adventure series Weekends with Yankee returns for its second season this April and showcases unique locations and attractions all across New England. Co-hosts Richard Wiese and Amy Traverso bring viewers on a variety of adventures through all six New England states on Mondays at 7:30 p.m.

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Filmmakers of The New Barbarianism featured on Story in the Public Square

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This Sunday, April 22 at 11 a.m., Jim Ludes and G. Wayne Miller interview 'The New Barbarianism' filmmakers Justin Kenny and Stephen Morrison on Story in the Public Square. The documentary points to an alarming trend of combatants targeting healthcare facilities and healthcare workers in the Syrian civil war and in other conflicts.

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Rhode Island Classroom Re-Scheduled

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The much-anticipated new episode of Rhode Island Classroom has been re-scheduled to air on Friday, March 30 at 7 p.m.

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Holocaust Remembrance in April: GI Jews- Jewish Americans in WWII

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Original production 'Salute to Patriotism and Perseverance' by Tim Gray and local vets brings home a new, local perspective to the national documentary 'GI JEWS: Jewish Americans in World War II' April 19. 'GI Jews' is the first feature-length documentary for public television to tell the profound and remarkable story of the 550,000 Jewish Americans who served their country in World War II.

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Midsomer Murders Season 13 Coming to Rhode Island PBS

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In MIDSOMER MURDERS SEASON 13, DCI Tom Barnaby (John Nettles) and his assistant Ben Jones (Jason Hughes) investigate terrible murders and dastardly deeds that befall the picturesque county of Midsomer.

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'Rhode Island Classroom' Previews 'High School Quiz Show: Rhode Island'

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There's a new academic game show in town and Rhode Island Classroom has the first look. Plus, what does it take to be Rhode Island Teacher of the Year, new views on elementary school recess, and more.

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Victoria Season 2 on Masterpiece starts April 20

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Coincidentally timed just before the royal wedding in May between Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle, luxuriate for the next several weeks in the lavish costumes and period traditions of the story of Harry's great-great-great-great-grandmother, who wore the crown.

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Tax Forum 2018 Marks 40 Years of Televised Tax Help from Local CPAs

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Helping you with your tax questions, seasoned tax professionals in both the public and private sectors provide tax preparation and filing advice. Produced in cooperation with the Rhode Island Society of Certified Public Accountants for 40 years.

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The New York Cantors

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Echoes of the past, three accomplished cantors perform this concert for PBS, recorded in Amsterdam's 17th-century Portuguese Synagogue.

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Next on Our Town: Johnston and Charlestown

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Rhode Island PBS President David W. Piccerelli announced the two towns we will visit for the 2018-2019 season of Our Town: Johnston and Charlestown. Johnston will be featured in a documentary televised in September 2018, and the Charlestown documentary will debut in March 2019.

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'GI JEWS: Jewish Americans in World War II' Film Screening

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Rhode Island PBS and The Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island are collaborating to present a community screening of 'GI JEWS: Jewish Americans in World War II' in March before the film makes its national public television premiere.

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The New Barbarianism: Hospitals Are Now a Battlefield

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Healthcare and humanitarian workers are increasingly in the crosshairs as hospitals and aid centers have become part of the battlefield in today’s wars. The New Barbarianism, an award-winning original documentary by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Global Health Policy Center (GHPC), examines the surge in violence against medical and other humanitarian workers.

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