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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The Miniaturist on Masterpiece

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The ravishing three-part thriller is an adaptation of Jesse Burtion's international best-seller.

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And Then There Were None

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This three part Agatha Christie thriller features familiar faces and characteristic twists of tale.

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Stark Reminder It's Hurricane Season

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Fast or slow-moving, these powerful storms test the resiliency and perseverance of the human spirit.

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Two Specials About the World's Fastest Growing Disease

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"The Truth About Dementia" and "Curing Alzheimer's" provide updates about the world's fastest growing disease.

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Award-Winning "Wake of '38" Commemorates Storm's 80th Anniversary

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The September 21 broadcast marks the storm's 80th anniversary and the film's 40th anniversary.

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Grillzz Serves Up a Whole New Recipe Among Cooking Shows

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The series takes viewers to the sources of their food - from ocean and ponds, to rolling pastures and gardens. Then it's to the griddles and grills of each episode's guests as they add their fresh ingredients to their favorite dishes and share the recipes.

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Our Town: Johnston Premieres on September 12

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In this 8th installment of the series, residents and business owners in Johnston, RI, share with viewers what they love about their town.

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Great Performances: The Chris Botti Band In Concert

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Great Performances puts the spotlight on Chris Botti and his band, capturing one of today’s leading jazz trumpeters at his peak.

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Sherlock Holmes Season 4 on Masterpiece

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It's summer and the TV is easy. So this August, we bring back a fan favorite: the dark and mysterious and brilliant - and quirky - Sherlock Holmes, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, for two episodes on Fridays, August 17 and 24. Read on...

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Betty White: First Lady of Television

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Beautiful dimples, sparkling eyes, and an unfiltered delivery that leaves you clutching your ribs in laughter wondering, 'Did she really just say that?' Betty White has made a brilliant and enduring career out of being the sweet dummy in the room for 80 years and now PBS showcases her remarkable career in a national 90-minute simulcast on Tuesday, August 21.

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Harvesting Rhode Island Season 2 Returns

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Harvesting Rhode Island captures the richness and diversity of Rhode Island's farming traditions - vegetables, fruits, flowers, trees, animals, bees, shellfish... and more. The second season of this visually beautiful and historically important chronicle returns Sundays at 7 and 7:30 p.m. beginning August 5 on Rhode Island PBS.

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Mansfield Student Wins $15,000 Journalism Scholarship

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Audrey Martin, an intern at The Sun Chronicle in Attleboro, MA, was selected from 56 qualified applicants as the first recipient of the Rhode Island PBS Foundation Scholarship.

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Harvesting Rhode Island, Season 3

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Rhode Island has a thriving farm culture, and more and more of us are shopping locally-grown produce from road stands and farmer's markets. 'Harvesting Rhode Island' discovers and shares the wide variety of growers, stretching the definition of "farming" to its most delicious and ingenious extreme.

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Is Narragansett Bay Too Clean? A Community Conversation

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Fishermen complain that bureaucrats have over-treated Narragansett Bay and damaged their livelihood. Scientists say the Bay is healthier than it has been in decades. Who's right?

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