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  • Secrets of the Dead: Mona Lisa Mystery
    In September 2012, headline news shook the art world. A secret Leonardo da Vinci painting had been uncovered, a portrait of a younger and more beautiful Mona Lisa that predated the famous Louvre masterpiece. Now, an elite group of art historians, research physicists, restoration experts and forensic imaging specialists has gained exclusive access to analyze the painting firsthand. Applying high-precision, scientific techniques, they will aim to verify the painting’s date, decipher hidden mathematical codes within it and unravel the clues that point to Leonardo’s genuine hand.
  • Great Performances at the Met: Werther
    Star tenor Jonas Kaufmann sings the title role of the tortured poet in the Met's acclaimed new production of Massenet's Werther. Richard Eyre returns to direct the first new Met production of Werther in more than 40 years. French mezzo-soprano Sophie Koch makes her Met debut as Charlotte, the object of Werther's unrequited love, in a cast that also includes Lisette Oropesa as Sophie, Serbian bass David Bižić in his Met debut as Albert, and Jonathan Summers as Le Bailli. Alain Altinoglu conducts. Soprano Patricia Racette hosts.
  • Great Performances: Dudamel Conducts the Verdi Requiem at the Hollywood Bowl
    In commemoration of the 2013 Giuseppe Verdi bicentennial, Music Director Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic perform a thrilling concert of Verdi’s towering Requiem Mass at the Hollywood Bowl. The concert presentation features soloists Julianna Di Giacomo (soprano), Michelle DeYoung (mezzo-soprano), Vittorio Grigolo (tenor) and Ildebrando D’Arcangelo (bass).
  • Secrets of the Dead: Dick CavettÕs Watergate
    From 1972 to 1974, the Watergate scandal was frequently a part of “The Dick Cavett Show.” In fact, Cavett was at the forefront of national TV coverage, interviewing nearly every major Watergate figure as the crisis unfolded. With exclusive access to the archive of the show, DICK CAVETT’S WATERGATE documents the scandal in the words of the people who lived it: from the botched burglary at the Democratic National Headquarters; to the must-see TV of the daily Congressional Watergate hearings; to the ongoing behind-the-scenes battle between the White House and “The Dick Cavett Show,” culminating with the resignation of President Nixon on August 9, 1974. DICK CAVETT’S WATERGATE offers a unique opportunity to mark the 40th anniversary of a defining moment in American history.

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American Masters
American Masters
Cyberchase
Cyberchase
Great Performances
Great Performances
Great Performances at The Met
Great Performances at The Met
Nature
Nature
PBS Newshour Weekend
PBS Newshour Weekend
Religion and Ethics NewsWeekly
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
Secrets of the Dead
Secrets of the Dead