PBS Presenting Rarely Told WWII Story In New Doc Next Month

Courtesy: PBS/Public Media Distribution By Philip Sayblack The atrocities committed against Jews before and during World War II has been well-documented throughout the decades.  It has been presented time and again in so many books, movies and documentaries.  Now this May, PBS is bringing to DVD a new, rarely told story of Jews in WWII in the new documentary GI Jew: Jewish Americans in World War...

April 9th, 2018
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PBS Presents One Of Aviation History’s Most Important Moments In New ‘NOVA’ Episode

Courtesy: PBS/Public Media Distribution By Philip Sayblack PBS and Public Media Distribution are taking audiences on an epic journey next month with the release of another new episode of NOVA. NOVA: The Impossible Flight will be released on DVD April 10. Having originally premiered on PBS Jan. 31, 2018, this episode follows the journey of the Solar Impulse II as it made its round-the-world journey,...

March 14th, 2018
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PBS Taking Audiences Back To The Pyramids In A New Episode Of ‘Secrets Of The Dead’

Courtesy: PBS/Public Media Distribution By Philip Sayblack PBS and Public Media Distribution are bringing home another episode of PBS’ hit history-based series Secrets of the Dead. Secrets of the Dead: Scanning the Pyramids will be released April 3.  It will be released exclusively on DVD.  This new episode of SOTD follows the first scientific expedition of the pyramids authorized by the Egyptian...

March 12th, 2018
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‘AE: The Secret Of Tuxedo Park’ Is A Good Introduction To A Much Bigger Story That Needs To Be Told

Courtesy: PBS/Public Media Distribution By Philip Sayblack Alfred Lee Loomis is one of the most important figures from World War II. While he might not have been a four-star general, a politician or even an accomplished soldier, his story is still one that deserves to be told. It is one of a man with a great scientific mind and drive but who was also very flawed. Late last month, PBS and Public Media...

March 5th, 2018
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‘Milk Street: Season 1′ Will Leave A Relatively Good Taste In Viewers’ Mouths

Courtesy: PBS By Philip Sayblack Chris Kimball, former host of PBS’ hit cooking series Cook’s Country and America’s Test Kitchen has had quite the journey since 2015. From leaving both series to facing a lawsuit from the heads of one of the series to even facing controversy over the very name of his new show, Kimball has had a lot on his proverbial plate, no pun intended. Even through it all,...

February 15th, 2018
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Smithsonian Channel’s African-American Aviation History Doc Is A “Soaring” Success

Courtesy: Smithsonian Channel/Public Media Distribution By Philip Sayblack African-Americans have made so many great contributions to this nation throughout the course of its now 242 years. They have also made great accomplishments over that time both for themselves and that have opened roads for those who have come after them. From agriculture to business and even to politics and beyond, those contributions...

February 8th, 2018
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PBS Tackles Today’s Social, Economic Issues With A Trip Back In Time In New ‘AmEx’ Episode

Courtesy: PBS/Public Media Distribution By Philip Sayblack This winter, PBS and Public Media Distribution will take audiences back in time to one of America’s most important eras in another new episode of its hit history-based series American Experience. American Experience: The Gilded Age is currently scheduled to be released Tuesday, Feb. 6.  The story, which will be available on DVD and Digital...

January 18th, 2018
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Smithsonian Channel Celebrates Black History Month With New Doc, ‘Black Wings’

Courtesy: Smithsonian Channel/Public Media Distribution By Philip Sayblack African-Americans have made so many great contributions to America throughout history.  From technology to food to sports and more, African-Americans have done so much for this great nation.  Later this month, Smithsonian Channel will release a new documentary outlining the contributions that African-Americans have made in...

January 18th, 2018
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Public Media Distribution Announces ‘Milk Street: Season 1’ Home Release Date

Courtesy: PBS/Public Media Distribution By Philip Sayblack Christopher Kimball, former host of PBS’ America’s Test Kitchen and Cook’s Country recently made his return to television with his own new television series Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street.  That series’ debut season will make its way home later this month. Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street: Season 1 is currently scheduled...

January 17th, 2018
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PBS Announces ‘Finding Your Roots: Season 4’ Release Date

Courtesy: PBS/Public Media Distribution By Philip Sayblack Fans of PBS’ hit genealogy series Finding Your Roots will soon be able to own the series’ fourth season. PBS and Public Media Distribution announced Monday that the series’ fourth season will be released Tuesday, Feb. 6 on DVD and digital HD.  Season Four sees host Henry Louis Gates, Jr. interviewing celebrities such as Ted Danson and...

January 15th, 2018
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