VOCES, PBS’ signature Latino arts and culture documentary showcase, is the only ongoing national television series devoted to exploring and celebrating the rich diversity of the Latino cultural experience.
Follow an Alaskan professor as he raises and studies a pet octopus in his home, making remarkable discoveries about its extraordinary intelligence, personality and skills. Octopuses are able to recognize faces and interact with other individuals.
Monty Python’s Eric Idle explores the history of the universe with Professor Brian Cox and guest stars Warwick Davis, Noel Fielding, Robin Ince and Hannah Waddingham in this comedic musical extravaganza.
Professor Darius Arya explores the hidden secrets of the most fascinating cities of the ancient world, using 3D scanning technology that allows us to view their architectural jewels as they’ve never been seen before. In Athens, Arya explores the buildings on the Acropolis and the silver mines and quarries beyond the city.
With Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power, with journalist and ethicist David Brooks, and with poet, professor, and painter Peter Sacks, ponder W.H. Auden’s World War II era reflections on suffering in “Musée des Beaux Arts.
In this three-part series, Professor Amanda Vickery explores the story of female creativity through the ages with a fascinating art history tour from the Renaissance to the 20th century.
From AFRICAN AMERICAN LIVES (2006) through the first season of FINDING YOUR ROOTS (2012), Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates Jr. has been helping people identify relatives hidden for generations. Professor Gates employs a team of genealogists and the world’s leading geneticists to uncover the origins of a diverse group of 30 guests.