Enjoy this encore showing of Homealani, a 2012 documentary by Hawaiʻi filmmaker Ann Marie Kirk. The film profiles her grandfather, Oliver Homealani Kupau, who was born in Hauʻula, Windward Oʻahu in 1899, a year after the illegal annexation of Hawaiʻi by the United States. The film shares her grandfather's journey through Hawaiʻi's cultural transition from indigenous to western while never forgetting his Native Hawaiian roots.
Four boulders in Waikīkī pay tribute to healers who brought their arts from Tahiti to Hawai‘i hundreds of years ago. A plaque commemorates the healers’ contributions, but fails to mention that they were mahu – people of dual male and female spirit. The Healer Stones of Kapaemahu tells the story of these healers and explores what happened to mahu as colonialism swept across the Pacific.
Commemorating the 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor, PBS member station WYES-TV/New Orleans and The National WWII Museum have crafted an Electronic Field Trip that will teach students across the country the lessons of the historic day in U.S. history.
FRONTLINE Crime Scene: Bucha, investigates Russian war crimes through eyewitness accounts, videos and 3D data mapping the atrocities in Bucha, Ukraine. Also in this episode, a report on one family’s struggle to reunite after separation at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Go behind-the-scenes of this thrilling MASTERPIECE mystery series with cast and crew. Featuring Kate Phillips (Wolf Hall) as Victorian London’s brilliant, beautiful and first-ever female sleuth, and Stuart Martin (Medici) as her friend and associate.
Elvis and the USS Arizona, recounts events in 1961, when Elvis Presley returned to Hawaiʻi, a place he had grown to love, to begin shooting the movie Blue Hawaii. While on Oʻahu, the then 26-year-old King of rock'n'roll would jumpstart efforts to bring the USS Arizona Memorial, then under construction and lacking funding, to reality.
Drinking Culture introduces trendsetters in world of spirits and libations. We meet childhood friends who opened a bar as an homage to their Indian upbringing, the founders of a microbrewery incorporating local Hawaiian flavors, a rum company preserving sugar cane farming and traditional rum agricole, and a chef combining a dynamic bar program with her James Beard Award winning cooking.