The Music Dish
Miles Davis Documentary Airs on PBS
January 21, 2020
The American Masters film on the trumpeter and bandleader who is one of the most influential and respected figures in music comes to PBS.
Christina Knight | January 16, 2020
In early 20th-century Vienna, a British doctor studies with Freud and teams up with a hot-headed police inspector to solve murders.
THIRTEEN Screenings in the Community
Mary Burke | January 16, 2020
THIRTEEN presents free monthly film screenings at libraries in the Bronx and Harlem.
Holidays That Suspend Alternate Side Parking in NYC
Christina Knight | January 6, 2020
The 2020 Alternate Side Parking Rules calendar, plus the meanings and origins of religious and legal holidays that grant everyone more parking time on New York City streets.
The Food Dish
Hugs and Knishes: A Celebration of Our Jewish Food and Traditions
January 6, 2020
The documentary celebrates the importance of food with a diverse range of Jewish families. Interviewees include actors Fyvush Finkel and Tovah Feldshuh – who share Yiddish memories of their childhoods – and former New York City Mayor Ed Koch.
Resistance: The French Series and History Explained
Christina Knight | December 26, 2019
The French, six-part drama based on true events in World War II arrives on January 1, 2020.
The British Telly Dish
Sanditon: British Drama at the Beach
Elisa Lichtenbaum | December 24, 2019
Your beach getaway comes early in 2020, with the January premiere of Sanditon on Masterpiece, adapted from Jane Austen's unfinished novel.
PBS NewsHour hosts Democratic Debate
December 19, 2019
On December 19, PBS NewsHour and POLITICO host the Democratic presidential debate to be broadcast on THIRTEEN and PBS stations.
The Food Dish
No Passport Required: Marcus Samuelsson Explores America’s Immigrant Cuisine
Christina Knight | December 17, 2019
If you like food shows served with large sides of culture and insight, you're going to love No Passport Required.