Undersea explorer Bob Ballard investigates the wreck of a German submarine in NOVA/National Geographic's 'Nazi Attack on America,' Andrew Grant Jackson's book '1965' describes the year in which radio was broadcasting breakthroughs in music at an unprecedented clip, and more top picks.
Musicals 'An American in Paris' and 'Fun Home' received multiple nods, while the plays 'Wolf Hall: Parts One & Two' and 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time' also made the list. Check out what else could be a winner this year.
Calexico's album 'Edge of the Sun' is the band’s most melodic fusion to date of indie rock and mariachi sounds, the Smithsonian Channel's 'Boomtowners' looks at the effect of the oil boom in Montana and North Dakota, and more top picks.
The 'NOVA' program 'The Great Math Mystery' explores the importance of math in everything from music to flowers, Jane Weaver's voice is as welcome to the ear as a downy pillow on her album 'The Silver Globe,' and more top picks.
The SXSW festival in Austin, Texas, included everything from an app, Meerkat, that lets users stream live video to the Web and a Saudi Arabian princess, Princess Reema Bint Bandar Al-Saud, speaking about empowering women.
London duo Public Service Broadcasting has created perhaps the most compelling record of the year so far with 'The Race for Space,' Robben Ford's 'Into the Sun' casts shade over most blues albums, and more top picks.
What began as a simple gesture of appreciation quickly grew into an international interfaith campaign that has gone viral over social media. Thousands of Muslims are now participating in #Muslims4Lent, pledging to fast alongside Christians in a show of solidarity and respect.
'The Breakfast Club' returns to movie theaters for a brief engagement, Courtney Bartnett sings anecdotal stories with a deadpan delivery on 'Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit,' and more top picks.
Patched jackets from Canada Goose have conquered urban cool centers from New York to temperate Milan, Italy. The Canada Goose company is the biggest fashion success story to come out of Canada since Lululemon commandeered the yoga pant market.
The British import opened March 8 at Broadway's Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre with unarguably its most important ingredient intact: Helen Mirren as Queen Elizabeth II. Geoffrey Beevers as the queen's right-hand man is also back at his fussy, imperial best.
The Smithsonian Channel's 'Legend of Lead Belly' tells the story of influential American folk and blues musician Huddie 'Lead Belly' Ledbetter, the documentary 'American Denial' investigates where America stands today in terms of race relations, and more top picks.
Amazon's show 'Mozart in the Jungle' is one of the best of the new shows created by the bookselling behemoth, PBS's 'The Great British Baking Show' features lovable and quirky amateur bakers, and more top picks.