When an elderly man is murdered with a ceremonial dagger, Morse’s investigation leads him to an isolated and dreary school for girls. Digging into the school building’s disturbing history, he learns of a series of murders that took place almost 100 years before to the day. As the centenary approaches, Morse races to prevent the ghosts of the past from crashing into the present.
'Overpass Light Brigade' tells the story behind Wisconsin's Holders of the Lights using innovative time-lapse photography and interviews with founding members and other activists. The film showcases OLB's simple, beautiful approach to performance art and action that beckons any who want to creatively join public discourse and voice concerns an elitist political system clamors to quiet. From CET Cincinnati & ThinkTV Dayton. The 25 films in this year's PBS Online Film Festival are guaranteed to amaze, move and excite you. WATCH, VOTE and then SHARE your favorites through July 31.
Fourth of July with KCPT VIDEO
Join us Friday, July 4, LIVE on KCPT from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. for the 2014 A Capitol Fourth concert. Hosted by Tom Bergeron, the show will feature performances by Frankie Valli, Michael McDonald, Patti LaBelle, Jordin Sparks, Kendall Schmidt, Sara Evans, John Williams and the National Symphony Orchestra. Afterwards, enjoy an encore presentation of the Bank of America Celebration at the Station recorded Memorial Day, 2014: Michael Stern and the Kansas City Symphony are joined by special guests The Texas Tenors, General Richard B. Myers, Jim Birdsall, U.S. Air Force Band of Mid-America Brass Ensemble and Staff Sergeant Albert…
Endeavour writer Russell Lewis, Inspector Morse novelist Colin Dexter, Executive Producer Michelle Buck and stars Abigail Thaw and Anton Lesser on casting the role of Endeavour Morse, and the accessible, intuitive talent they found in Shaun Evans.
Meryl Streep's discussion of beauty is animated by PBS Digital Studios as part of their Blank on Blank web series.
Come fall at Mill Creek Middle School, some students will get to build something in their math and English language arts classes other than equations and essays: wind turbines. English teacher Kristan Langton and math teacher Amber Boyington were two of 70 teachers from around the world who were invited to spend a week at Honeywell’s “Green Boot Camp” at the San Diego Gas & Electric Energy Innovation Center. Now in its sixth year, the boot camp hosts middle school educators, most of whom are science teachers, for a five-day workshop on new ways to teach sustainability and environmental issues.…