An upstart genre shows its influence as reality TV dominates the fall lineup and finds its techniques adopted across the TV landscape.
A plea from a friend on the other side of the globe resulted in a healthy alternative to French fries.
Laurent Jeanneau roams the ethnic minority villages of China recording the 'unofficial' music.
A Christian Science perspective.
'If A Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front' on PBS, 'The Civil War: A Visual History,' Nation Beat's new album 'Growing Stone,' and more picks.
Set in an upscale New England boarding school, 'Tanner Hall' is a coming-of-age tale, full of rivalries and illicit romance.
Kristin Scott Thomas stars in this kinky thriller of corporate one-upmanship.
Updated, musical-theater-style 'Porgy and Bess' offers a more 'intimate' narrative but has raised controversy.
'Warrior' pits two brothers against each other in the ring as a family struggles for reconciliation.
'Contagion': a bio-thriller that comes off as a fright film, with a few quietly moving moments.
In a dance studio in small-town Mississippi, a group of 4-year-olds leap and twirl in pink tulle.
A chef shares his tricks of the trade for a deeply fruity, no-pectin spread.
Pounds of milk, births, plantings, and passings – the wall calendar recorded them all.
An environmentalist watches his son play with a garden hose and cringes about water conservation.
A Christian Science perspective: A New Yorker reflects on the 9/11 attacks and the flood of love that poured in the aftermath.
'Engineering Ground Zero' on PBS, The New York Philharmonic plays Mahler's Resurrection Symphony also on PBS, Paul McCartney's 'Concert for New York City' on Showtime, and more.