Anything there’s a hurricane, a heat wave, or any other extreme weather event you’ll hear people ask: “Is this because of climate change?” While natural occurrences and extreme storms have been happening for quite some time now, new scientific processes are allowing us to see how much human caused climate change factors into these weather events.
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On December 7, 1941, Japan launched an unprecedented attack over the Hawaiian island of Oahu. Their main target: the U.S. Naval fleet stationed at Pearl Harbor.
Pearl Harbor – USS Oklahoma: The Final Story examines new evidence of the attack and details the harrowing fate of the USS Oklahoma. Why did the USS Oklahoma sink and capsize so quickly? A new theory may explain why the Oklahoma was the only battleship that capsized - taking hundreds of men with her.
Watch the first episode of Season 2 with the cast and crew of Mercy Street, the much-acclaimed Civil War-era PBS drama set in the occupied city of Alexandria, Virginia. Guests will get a behind-the-scenes look at this year’s filming in Richmond and Petersburg with Co-creator and Executive Producer Lisa Wolfinger, Producer David A. Rosemont, and Audrey P. Davis, Director of the Alexandria Black History Museum and one of the on-set historians whose expertise is in the contraband slave movement.
Large contemporary art museums are great places to view and learn about art and artists. But don’t forget about the art museums and galleries hosted at a college or university. These exhibit spaces are more likely to expand your interest on a particular idea or social issue -- providing new information and insight during your visit.
In his new four-hour series, Black America Since MLK: And Still I Rise, Henry Louis Gates, Jr. embarks on a deeply personal journey through the last fifty years of African American history. Joined by leading scholars, celebrities, and a dynamic cast of people who shaped these years, Gates travels from the victories of the civil rights movement up to today, asking profound questions about the state of black America—and our nation as a whole.
Join us as we celebrate the Charlottesville community and the 10th anniversary of CVIO featuring highlights from seasons past and performances by several of the talented musical artists showcased on the program over the last decade! The evening will be emceed by Terri Allard, CVIO host and co-producer, local musician, and 2016 Best of C-VILLE’s “Best TV Personality.”
As we wrap up Season 16 of Virginia Home Grown, host Peggy Singlemann travels down the James River to Carrollton, Virginia for a glimpse at a private “gardener’s paradise” and gets some tips from Bill & Linda Pinkham about Landscape Design.
The First Official Thanksgiving tells the story of what some historians might call the first “official, English-speaking” Thanksgiving held in the Americas.
Gerrymandering is the process by which political district lines are drawn by the very politicians who stand to benefit by them. GerryRIGGED: Turning Democracy On Its Head shows how technology has made gerrymandering such an exact science that, in most cases, incumbents cannot lose and challengers cannot win. In this documentary, we see how non-partisan reform efforts now underway in Virginia and elsewhere can change this dangerous trend and return political power to the voters.
This documentary film brings history to vivid life through the lens of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s pop culture Broadway phenomenon Hamilton – winner of 11 Tony Awards® and the Pulitzer Prize. Hamilton’s America features interviews with Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush, Nas, Questlove, Stephen Sondheim and more.