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PRESS ON MASTERPIECE
Resonance

 

Duncan receives devastating news from his wife. James reopens communication with a would-be whistleblower, and Amina and Holly become convinced the story will be the most important the Herald will ever run. Holly and Duncan go head to head.

 

 

 

PRESS ON MASTERPIECE
Two Worlds

 

A new Post colleague attempts to discredit Ed. Duncan buries himself in his work. Holly is accused of losing her professional integrity when she mishandles a source. Peter and Amina prepare the way for a big announcement about the Herald’s future.

 

 

 

PRESS ON MASTERPIECE
Magic

 

Amina feels defeated in the wake of a scandal and suffers a personal crisis. Duncan is shocked when the Post is banned from Downing Street’s daily press conferences. Ed learns not to underestimate Holly’s commitment to her work above all else.

 

 

 

PRESS ON MASTERPIECE
Don’t Take My Heart, Don’t Break My Heart

PRESS ON MASTERPIECE: Don’t Take My Heart, Don’t Break My Heart

 

Holly investigates a lead that a powerful business tycoon coerces young women into sleeping with him. As another source comes forward, Amina feels pressured to run the story. Duncan proposes a deal that could make waves in the political world.

 

 

 

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Death Knock

PRESS ON MASTERPIECE: Death Knock

 

Holly, deputy news editor of the Herald, tries to obtain CCTV footage of a fatal hit-and-run after it’s given to a tabloid. Post reporter Ed comes under pressure to run a story against the will of the parents of an athlete who took his own life.

 

 

 

INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAI‘I
Literacy in Hawaiʻi

 

We know literacy as reading and writing, but it has become so much more. Literacy enables people, especially our keiki, to understand concepts and ideas and express opinions. Importantly, literacy allows them to grasp knowledge needed to meet the demands of today’s rapidly changing world. On the next INSIGHTS, we’ll discuss literacy in Hawaiʻi and look at how we are preparing children to not only participate in society but how to lead and solve problems. Join the conversation by phoning in, or leave us a comment on Facebook or Twitter.

 

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