"What are men compared to rocks and mountains?"
Jane Austen wasn't talking about the Super Bowl when she wrote that, but I imagine she might enjoy the prospect of her characters doing battle with the Packers and the Steelers this Sunday.
Presents Scarred Justice: The Orangeburg Massacre 1968, which brings to light one of the bloodiest tragedies of the Civil Rights era after four decades of deliberate denial.
Presents Flight to Freedom, a film that traces the evolution of the Slave System and the Freedom Trials of the North.
William S. Burrough’s work was vilified by conservatives and banned by the U.S. government, but emerged to influence artists for generations to come.
Pioneers of Television looks at some of the most hillarious moments in TV history.
Globe Trekker's Adela frolics in the vibrant streets of Madrid.
Featuring a 400 year old publication of botanical illustrations.
Pioneers of Television looks at the formative years of late-night television with Steve Allen, Jack Paar and Johnny Carson.
A story about a man — at various times a writer, lover, prisoner of war and spy — making his often precarious way through the 20th century.
The relationship between very young and gifted classical pianists and their art is explored in this perceptive documentary.