Watch Endeavour: Trove: Four months after DC Endeavour Morse’s involuntary leave of absence, he returns to the force and a case that unites an unidentifiable corpse, an enigmatic note, and the theft of medieval artifacts – seemingly unrelated cases as fractured as Morse's state of mind after his terrifying brush with death.
This Friday is National HIV Testing Day, first created almost 20 years ago to encourage members of the public to learn their HIV status. Since then, what it means to be HIV-positive has changed dramatically. Individuals diagnosed as positive today can expect to live as long as they would without the virus, as long as they receive treatment. But many HIV patients, especially in African American communities, don't receive the treatment they need, and health advocates blame that on the stigma associated with HIV and AIDS. In Kansas City, a new art exhibition aims to erase that stigma. Facing Diagnosis…
The cineplexes are full of superhero movies this time of year. But they all started with pen and ink! This is a rare chance to meet one of the men who worked on one of those influential comic books back in the day. WPBT, South Florida Public Media produced this story on Allen Bellman, the man who drew Captain America.
NOVA follows investigations that may lead to a breakthrough in predicting earthquakes. Then join Sir David Attenborough on a journey through the weird and wonderful world of frogs on Nature: Fabulous Frogs.
Hillary Clinton, the former secretary of state, senator and first lady, joins Gwen Ifill for an extended conversation on international concerns like the crisis in Iraq and political upheaval in Ukraine, as well as the state of economic recovery in the United States, why Democrats should be embracing health care reform and the reason she's waiting to decide whether she'll run for president in 2016.
In this excerpt from the Independent Lens documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi, master chef Jiro Ono discusses the secrets to his success and lifetime dedication to his craft, while a renowned Japanese food critic talks about what makes Jiro’s restaurant stand apart from all the rest — especially its “minimalist, simple” sushi.