On July 15, 1989, Pink Floyd performed for more than 200,000 people in the romantic setting of Venice at a concert that was described by press as a “Night of Wonders.” Framed in the foreground by the city’s famous twin columns of its patrons — St. Mark the Evangelist and St. Theodore of Amasea — and in the background by Andrea Palladio’s San Giorgio Maggiore, the band performed from a floating platform in the middle of the Venetian lagoon. “Pink Floyd: Live in Venice” marks the first time an authorized broadcast of the restored and remastered version has been scheduled. The special premieres Sunday, Mar. 1 at 9:30 p.m.
A new feature-length dramatization of a remarkable true story about hope in the aftermath of the Holocaust premieres on Arizona PBS on Sunday, Apr. 5 at 9 p.m.
Garth Brooks is the youngest recipient of this prestigious prize. The special features an all-star tribute from his family, friends and admirers.
Discover the story of the dreaded disease that gripped the nation in fear, leaving thousands paralyzed. The film "American Experience: The Polio Crusade" weaves personal accounts of polio survivors with the story of the ardent crusader who tirelessly fought against it.