The fascinating history of social networks, from centuries past to present, is examined in the three-part series Niall Ferguson’s Networld.
Charles Hobson, a New Yorker who forged a groundbreaking and Emmy Award-winning career in public broadcasting, died on February 13, 2020, at the age of 83.
Produced by and starring Frank Sinatra, the evening included Ethel Merman, Harry Belafonte, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, Gene Kelly and more.
Here are the THIRTEEN films, shows and interviews that make a perfect match for those interested in Oscars material.
Watch the Academy Award-winning Best Animated Short by Matthew A. Cherry and learn why he made the cartoon.
America’s first female president (Kim Cattrall) visits Stockholm and her special advisor and FBI agent (Greg Wise) is a creep to his Swedish counterparts.
Giving Tuesday on December 3, 2019, was an outstanding success thanks to THIRTEEN viewers’ generous donations. Viewers like you make our programs possible. Thank you to these amazing THIRTEEN supporters who gave on Giving Tuesday.
Film screenings and performances are part of the free Open House at Apollo Theater on February 1, which kicks of Black History Month celebrations.
The American Masters film on the trumpeter and bandleader who is one of the most influential and respected figures in music comes to PBS.
In early 20th-century Vienna, a British doctor studies with Freud and teams up with a hot-headed police inspector to solve murders.