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  • < dd > Today football and baseball pack them in... but back in the 1800s ...
  • < dd > What do exercise and medicine have in common? Bob Sallis, our ...
  • In this age of exponential growth in technology, there must be space for artists to register what's possible in 2014.
  • NHK's flagship current affairs documentary program features a series of specials commemorating the fifth anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear meltdown. 

  • Starring Nick Frost of "Shaun of the Dead" and created by Emmy-winning writer-director Robert B. Weide of "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Mr. Sloane" is a bittersweet comedy drama about a buttoned-down man in crisis.

    It's December 1969 and Jeremy Sloane is at the end of his rope -- literally. He's been sacked from his accounting job and his wife Janet has left him to "find herself."...

  • The fourth iteration of the program "Songs About Place" features performances of songs about the San Gabriel Valley.
  • "Global 3000" is Deutsche Welle's weekly magazine that explores the intersection of global development and the environmental and social conditions of the diverse cultures of the world. In each program, host Michaela Kufner presents three to four video-rich segments that profile a different part of the planet where man's quest for economic and industrial strength is jeopardizing the ecosystems...

  • UNTV's news-magazine program puts a spotlight on the world's most underreported stories. Featuring character-driven, human interest stories that reflect some of the most important issues affecting the world and our lives today.The program gives viewers unparalleled access to people and places, bringing you the stories as they unfold over time, long after other news outlets leave. From the child...
  • Los Angeles is seeing more in the performing, visual and literary arts than ever before. Kristy Edmunds of CAP UCLA, Mark Murphy of REDCAT and Jessica Hanna of the Bootleg Theatre discuss their diverse programming.
  • Animation has the power to break barriers by telling stories without words or translation, titillating the imagination or provoking the visceral, and transporting viewers to places and issues that would otherwise seem unfathomable. As part of Link TV's Global Perspectives programming, "Frame by Frame" will take us around the world exploring places, history, and culture through fun, visually...

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