Coming Back with Wes Moore tells the story of best-selling author and U.S. army veteran Wes Moore's search for answers to some of the most difficult questions facing veterans returning from war. Moore’s journey, spurred by the suicide of one of his oldest friends and a fellow officer, takes him into the personal lives of different soldiers as they attempt to reintegrate into society.
In this excerpt from the Independent Lens documentary Let the Fire Burn, former MOVE members Laverne Sims and Louise James tell the Philadelphia Special Investigation Commission about the philosophy of MOVE and its leader John Africa, including “absolute truth” and “exposing the lie in the system.” Review the feud between Philadelphia police and radical group MOVE that ended tragically in 1985 on Independent Lens: Let the Fire Burn, premiering on KCPT tonight at 9pm.
Trace the bases of Jenny’s disaffection, Chummy’s distress and the Turners’ devastating secret on Call the Midwife. Then watch Mae and Loxley cross swords and hear Leclair’s good news — and bad on Masterpiece Classic's Mr. Selfridge.
Jack White on ACL VIDEO
Jack White of the White Stripes and Raconteurs performs in support of his solo LP Blunderbuss.
From PBS NewsHour | Parenting Now: Jenny Marder shares advice from three experts with different backgrounds —a parenting teacher, child psychiatrist, and an expert in conflict management— about how they’d deal with a variety of real-world parenting scenarios. By the time your children are 16, you want to be able to work with them, but you can’t work with them if they won’t talk to you. See what these experts have to share to help you develop the skills they need to manage their emotions, listen with empathy, talk in ways that others will hear, and work together with others to…
Humans have been creating likenesses of each other for thousands of years, but with the introduction of photography, a new language developed for capturing the human image. Photography created opportunities for not just for biography and documentation, but also depth, empathy, and experimentation. Many portrait photographers today elevate their work from mere photo to art, communicating ideas and capturing the human subject with dignity, all while exploring the meaning and potential of portraiture.