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On the day following the 2017 inauguration, presidential historians Jon Meacham and Doris Kearns Goodwin compare and contrast President Donald J. Trump with previous U.S. presidents, finding both similarities and sharp contrasts.
Goodwin and Meacham were onstage at America’s largest non-profit lecture series, The Richmond Forum, for a conversation moderated by Steve Inskeep, host of NPR’s Morning Edition.
Breakfast Classics with Mike Goldberg is expanding to two hours this weekend (2/4), running from 6:00 a.m. until 8:00 a.m. both Saturday and Sunday mornings. Mike will play another hour of your favorite classics and share interviews with local and international artists. Also featured on the show will be new classical releases.
So enjoy some great music to wake up to only on 88.9, WCVE, Richmond’s Public Radio station.
In the most innovative production Nature has ever presented, this five-part series employs more than 30 animatronic spy cameras disguised as animals to secretly record behavior in the wild. These “spycams” reveal animals as having emotions and behavior similar to humans: specifically, a capacity to love, grieve, deceive, and invent.
PBS, the nation’s most trusted provider of educational media for children, launched a new live TV stream for digital platforms. The live stream is also complemented by on-demand clips and full episodes, which will continue to be available for free.
Live broadcast streaming will be from 11:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.
The much-acclaimed Civil War-era drama set in the occupied city of Alexandria, Virginia, returns to PBS for a second season on January 22 2017, at 8:00 p.m. on WCVE PBS / WHTJ PBS. Allegiances blur and loyalties shift as the war pushes the drama beyond the hospital. Follow the growing chaos at Alexandria’s Mansion House, the precarious position of the Green family and the changing situation of the burgeoning black population.
Jenna Coleman (Doctor Who) stars as the young Queen Victoria at the outset of her epic reign, which set the stage for an entire era that would be named in her honor.
Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions, Donald Trump's pick for attorney general, will face the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday (1/10) and Wednesday (1/11) for his confirmation hearing. Sessions, a Republican who has served in Congress for two decades, has had his nomination protested for his record on civil rights, voting rights and criminal justice. A key controversy: In 1986, the Judiciary Committee rejected Sessions' nomination to be a federal judge.