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CeCe Winans Performs This Sunday for the National Memorial Day Concert

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On this edition of THE INTERVUE, Memorial Day is around the corner for us and the people of Washington, you know what that means. A time-honored tradition returns to television, the 31st Annual National Memorial Day Concert on Sunday night at 8pm EST on PBS. While the concert won’t be televised live this year, due to COVID-19, the show does prevail with some amazing talent including our next guest. She is the best selling and most awarded female gospel artist of all time. The legendary CeCe Winans.

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PBS American Portrait Shares How Americans Are Adapting To The Coronavirus Pandemic!

PBS has announced the premiere date for a new special – In This Together: A PBS American Portrait – that will share how Americans are adapting to the coronavirus pandemic.

In This Together: A PBS American Portrait will air on Friday, May 8th – and will begin streaming on all station-branded PBS platforms, including PBS.org and the PBS Video App, available on iOS, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, YouTube TV and Chromecast, simultaneously.

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Disinformation on Social Networks Tackled on Niall Ferguson’s Networld!

Long before the Covid-19 virus reached its current pandemic designation, much of the ‘information’ on the internet has been, shall we say, dodgy.

Now with the pandemic, there is a wealth of misinformation about how to deal with it.

Niall Ferguson’s Networld – currently streaming on PBS.Org, PBS APP and Youtube – examines the spread of internet misinformation via social networks.

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COLLEGE BEHIND BARS TO AIR ON PBS IN NOVEMBER!

BPI students at Eastern Correctional Facility. Credit: Jared Ames

Lynn Novick (The Viet Nam War, Prohibition, Frank Lloyd Wright, The War) has directed and produced a new documentary series, College Behind Bars, that reveals the transformative power of higher education through the experiences of incarcerated men and women.

The four-part docu-series will air on PBS in November. Details follow.

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PBS Sets Victorian Mystery The Woman in White for October 21st!

The Woman in White – Walter Hartwright (Ben Hardy) and Marian Holcombe (Jessie Buckley) – Photo by Steffan Hill/Courtesy of The Woman in White Productions Ltd./Origin Pictures

A new drama based on Wilkie Collins’ classic Victorian mystery novel, The Woman in White, will premiere on PBS on October 21st (check local listings for times).

Following an encounter with a mysterious woman in white, young teacher Walter Hartwright finds himself drawn him into a web of mystery and deception that transforms his life forever.

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Two Veterans Walk Across America for Suicide Prevention in Almost Sunrise!

Almost Sunrise – Tom Voss and Anthony Anderson – Photo courtesy of Thoughtful Robot Productions.

Tom Voss and Anthony Anderson are Iraq veterans who came home with demons. In order to deal them, they decided to walk from Milwaukee to Santa Barbara – while also raising awareness of the pandemic of suicides among veterans.

POV is telling their story in a documentary called Almost Sunrise – appropriately premiering following Veteran’s Day on Monday, November 13th on PBS.

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Unthinkable Loss Trailer: The Child in Time!

Masterpiece: The Child in Time – Stephen Lewis (Benedict Cumberbatch) – Photo courtesy of PBS.

The Child In Time is a lyrical and heart-breaking exploration of love, loss and the power of things unseen. Benedict Cumberbatch stars as Stephen Lewis, a successful writer of children’s books, who is confronted with the unthinkable: the loss of a child.

A co-production with BBC One, The Child In Time will air on Masterpiece on PBS in 2018.

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Preview Clip: Nas Talks Memphis Jug Band In American Epic!

American Epic is a documentary series that ‘explores the pivotal recording journeys at the height of the Roaring Twenties.’

The premiere episode of American Epic, The Big Bang, explores music captured by traveling recorders – music by The Carter Family, Jimmie Rogers and the Memphis Jug Band.

Rapper Nas talks about the Memphis Jug Band and their music still sounds contemporary because of its content, ‘These guys are talking about carrying guns, shooting something, protecting their honor, chasing after some woman who’s done them dirty…it’s the same as rap music today, so it just tells you something about American culture, American music…’

American Epic premieres on PBS on Tuesday, May 16th. Concert film American Epic Sessions will premiere on Tuesday, June 6th.

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POV Presents Dalya’s Other Country – A Syrian Girl Making Her Way In America!

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Dalya’s Other Country. Photo by Anne Etheridge/Courtesy of POV.

Dalya’s Other Country is the story of how Dalya, a Syrian girl, and her family face adjusting to a new, very different culture – and how her life has changed since she and her family were displaced from their home city of Aleppo in Syria’s ongoing conflict.

Dalya’s Other Country with two equally timely shorts: the Oscar®-nominated 4.1 Miles, which  follows local coast guard officers stationed off the Greek island of Lesbos, where thousands of migrants have braved the Mediterranean to flee conflicts at home; and From Damascus to Chicago – two young Syrian siblings recently resettled in Chicago enroll in a dance class as their family navigates a new city and country.

Dalya’s Other Country, 4.1 Miles and From Damascus to Chicago premiere on POV on PBS on Monday, June 26th.

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POV Acquires Oscar-Nominated Short Joe’s Violin for 2017 Broadcast on PBS!

CREDIT: JOE’S VIOLIN

A ninety-one year old man donates an old violin to a New York program for putting musical instruments into the hands of underprivileged kids.

It’s a simple story – until you learn the history behind it – a story that became the inspiration for the Academy Award®-nominated documentary short feature, Joe’s Violin. The story of how a connection was formed between a Holocaust survivor and a twelve-year old Bronx schoolgirl…

POV, the critically acclaimed documentary series on PBS, has acquired the the film for broadcast on PBS later this year.

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