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FRONTLINE
The Last Survivors

 

As young children, they lived through the Holocaust. Now, some of the last remaining survivors recount their memories and the lingering trauma. FRONTLINE offers a haunting look at how disturbing childhood experiences and unimaginable loss have impacted their daily lives and relationships – from survivor’s guilt, to crises of faith and second-generation trauma.

 

FRONTLINE: The Last Survivors

 

 

 

PBS NEWSHOUR SPECIAL COVERAGE:
The Impeachment Trial

 

WATCH LIVE: The Impeachment Trial

 

Wednesday, February 5 from 10:30 am Hawaiʻi time until conclusion

 

Here are the ways that you can view the Impeachment Trial coverage, with expert analysis from the PBS NewsHour team:

 

LIVE Viewing
Over-the-Air channel 11.1
Spectrum channel 10/ HD channel 1010
Hawaiian Telcom channel 11/HD channel 1011
DirecTV channel 11
Dish channel 11

 

The Impeachment Trial coverage is also available via livestream for free on PBS.org and the PBS app (ios, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast and smart TVs), as well as Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.

 

After the live telecast, the Impeachment Trial coverage will be available for viewing on-demand, for free, across digital platforms, including PBS.org and the PBS video app, as well as Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.

 

Each evening, PBS NewsHour at 6:30 pm and Amanpour and Company at 11:00 pm will also provide extensive coverage of the Impeachment Trial.

 

***PBS Kids programming during the live Impeachment Trial coverage is available on Spectrum channel 443, Hawaiian Telcom channel 96, over-the-air, Dish and DirecTV channel 11.3, and on PBSHawaii.org***

 

 

 

POV
Lindy Lou, Juror Number Two

 

Twenty years ago, Lindy Lou sat on a jury that handed down the death penalty to a Mississippi man convicted in a double homicide. Now, living with an unbearable feeling of guilt, Lindy commits to tracking down her fellow jurors to tackle past demons.

 

 

INDEPENDENT LENS
True Conviction

 

After serving a combined 60 years in prison for crimes they did not commit, three recently exonerated Texans join forces to form the unlikeliest of investigative teams, on a mission to help wrongfully convicted prisoners obtain freedom like they did. In True Conviction, brotherly bonds are formed out of shared hardships — lengthy prison sentences in a state that executes more inmates than any other.

 

 

AMERICAN EXPERIENCE
The Perfect Crime

 

When Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb, two well-educated college students from a wealthy suburb of Chicago, confessed to the brutal murder of 14-year-old Bobby Franks, the story made headlines across the country. The unlikely killers not only admitted their guilt, but also bragged that they had committed the crime simply for the thrill of it. As the sensational case unfolded during the summer of 1924, with famed defense attorney Clarence Darrow and Cook County Prosecutor Robert Crowe debating the death penalty and scores of commentators weighing in from the sidelines, the question of motive would be turned over and over again. What first seemed like a simple matter of evil gradually would give way to a complex assessment of the murderers’ minds and a searing indictment of the forces that had shaped them, and set off a national debate about morality and capital punishment.

 

 

INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAI‘I
Does Our Local Criminal Justice System Work?

 

Our criminal justice system is a unique balance of moving parts – forces tasked with protecting the community, as well as the rights of the accused. INSIGHTS convenes representatives of these multiple forces, including American Civil Liberties Union Hawai‘i, the Prosecuting Attorney, the Public Defender and the probation system, for this live discussion. Does the system work?

 

Join us during our live discussion by phoning in, or leaving us a comment on Facebook or Twitter. INSIGHTS is also live streamed on pbshawaii.org and Facebook Live.

 

Phone Lines:
462-5000 on Oahu or 800-238-4847 on the Neighbor Islands.

 

Email:
insights@pbshawaii.org

 

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