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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Celebrate Food and Wine with Rhode Island PBS on Saturday, April 7

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A feast for all the senses, An Evening Uncorked! will fill the spacious Pawtucket Armory with aromas, colors, sounds, and tastes of an appetizing "foodie" adventure, with wine tasting for the novice, the enthusiast, and the connoisseur. Where else can one sample foods from these great chefs all under one roof?

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Eight Teams, Seven Matches, One Champion - Who Will It Be?

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In an academic competition that pits East versus West, City versus Suburbs, All Boys versus All Girls, and a Classic Private School Rivalry, join us Saturday nights at 6 p.m. for High School Quiz Show: Rhode Island to see who takes home the trophy.

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'Mister Rogers: It's You I Like' Marks the 50th Anniversary of the Children's Series

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MISTER ROGERS: IT'S YOU I LIKE is a celebrity-filled, hour-long special that celebrates 50 years of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, an iconic and enduring landmark in the world of children's television and beyond.

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"41" May Change the Way You Think About Life and Death

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"41" is an award-winning documentary that tells a remarkable story of The Station nightclub fire's youngest victim, Nicholas O'Neill. It is a story of uplifting hope, insight, and comfort. And it may change the way you think about life and death.

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The Station Nightclub: A Life and Lyrics Special

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On February 20, 2003, the worst nightclub fire in Rhode Island history claimed 100 lives and injured 230 when The Station nightclub went up in flames. Life and Lyrics commemorates the 15th anniversary with a special tribute to the victims, survivors, first responders, officials, and volunteers.

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'Elephant Family and Me' Provides Close-Up of Pachyderms in Africa

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Wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan travels to the spectacular Tsavo wilderness in Kenya and tries to gain the trust of a herd of elephants to film this uniquely intimate portrait of their family life.

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OUR TOWN 2018: Coming to Your Town Next?

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Rhode Island PBS is accepting nominations now through January 31 for the next site for Our Town.

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2017 Year in Review and 2018 Predictions on the Next Edition of 'A Lively Experiment'

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In a year of political ups and downs, hidden high jinks and exposed shenanigans, allegations and consequences, rumors and resignations (in other words, Rhode Island politics as usual) A Lively Experiment reviews the headlines of 2017 and makes predictions for 2018.

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In Another Opinion Returns for Second Season

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In Another Opinion, the public affairs program addressing key issues that impact Rhode Island's communities of color, launches its second season on Sunday, January 14 at 10:30 a.m.

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Season 22 of Antiques Roadshow includes Newport Visit

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Beginning its new season in January 2018, Antiques Roadshow returned to Rhode Island after more than a decade for its first-ever outdoor event in the show's 22 year history. Leave it Rhode Island to provide a gorgeous mansion setting and thrilling threat of Hurricane Jose. (Did we say thrilling? We meant nerve-wracking.)

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This Show is By, For, and About Today's Woman New England

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Produced by, for, and featuring women, Today’s Woman New England fuels women’s energies and connects diverse women to each other, to successfully manage multifaceted lives as caretakers, providers, and leaders.

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OVERDOSE: Inside the Epidemic, A Second Opinion Special

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Opioid addiction is a chronic relapsing disease that can develop with repeated exposure to opioids. In this special from Second Opinion, experts discuss the drug epidemic in the U.S., and offer solid, timely information about prevention and addiction treatment.

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