Nature presents ‘Raptors: A Fist Full of Daggers: Extreme Lives’

From snowy owls in the high Arctic to honey buzzards see the extreme ways in which raptors conquer the toughest habitats on Earth.

Next at the Kennedy Center presents ‘Joshua Redman: Where Are We’

Highly celebrated jazz saxophonist Joshua Redman is joined by vocalist Gabrielle Cavassa to play at the Kennedy Center.

Poetry in America: Mushrooms, Weakness and Doubt 

Explore the diversity of American poetry. Join host Elisa New to read and discuss unforgettable American poems.

How to gamify our learning environments

Tuesday, April 9, 2024

By implementing gaming components into our learning environments, we can make education more engaging for kids of all ages.

Frontline: Children of Ukraine

Thousands of Ukrainian children have been taken and held in Russian-controlled territory since Russia’s 2022 invasion of Ukraine.

Epic Train Journeys From Above: Copper Canyon Railway

The luxury El Chepe train took 100 years to build through the world’s largest canyon region, Copper Canyon.

Great Performances: Now Hear This: Virtuosos

Explore the work of two legendary virtuosos, Niccolò Paganini and Robert Johnson, along with stars of today, Augustin Hadelich and Keb’ Mo’

Julius Caesar: The Making of a Dictator: Ides of March

A handful of senators plot to end his rule in the only way they can: by taking his life. But will it be enough to save the Republic?

Call the Midwife

Chaos has struck in Poplar and May sneaks off and Shelagh receives an unexpected visit from her social worker

Check, Please! Arizona: Season Finale

We’ll visit Neighborly Public House, enjoy homemade tiramisu at Pesto’s Italian Kitchen, and check out The Mick Brasserie’s global cuisine.