With their “long-running affection for bygone post-punk and art-rock sounds to carry on traditions” (AV Club), LCD Soundsystem is back making their unique brand of music. In their AUSTIN CITY LIMITS debut, the recently revived band spotlights hits and songs from its comeback album American Dream.
Alt-pop trio lovelytheband takes the stage at SIR Studios in Los Angeles, performing the record-breaking single "Broken" off their debut album Finding It Hard to Smile as well as "These Are My Friends" and their current single, "Maybe, I’m Afraid."
Worshipped as a goddess, condemned as satanic, and spun into a stunning array of breeds, cats have long fascinated humans. But did we ever really domesticate them? NOVA looks at what can science tell us about our most mysterious companions.
Hosted by Jane Goodall, this episode profiles American shelter dogs that have been trained to help protect endangered elephants and rhinos in Africa; shows teens reading to dogs and cats at an animal shelter; and looks at a cross-country team that runs with shelter dogs, providing exercise, fun and a chance to find their forever homes!
Hosted by two-time Oscar winner Hilary Swank, this edition of SHELTER ME features an innovative program where Alzheimer’s facilities foster orphaned kittens. This not only provides the kittens the 24-hour care they need to survive but also engages the seniors at the memory care facilities in profound ways.
George tries to reassure Fiona that their relationship is sound despite Jan's pregnancy news, but Fiona has doubts. Katie unintentionally gets Shay involved in an art scam, much to Ike's dismay, while Arlo struggles with his long distance relationship.
Inger Johanne has to steel herself in order to bear working with Warren. The culture clash between the Swedish police and the FBI is becoming more and more evident as the search for the president leads to a dead bodyguard, Hunter Russell.
This week, STREET LEVEL visits three Glenwood institutions – first it is thrill rides at The Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park; then riding the rails at The Glenwood Springs Rail Road Museum; and finally, a journey of the senses at The Glenwood Canyon Brewpub.
In this 3-part series, eight British personalities from various faiths attempt the ancient Via Francigena pilgrimage. The group travel the ancient roads largely on foot, endure pain, sweat and, at times, tears but forming an indelible bond through shared experience and conversation.
This program examines the current land-use controversy gripping the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument since the Trump Administration reduced its boundaries by nearly half. Told through the local lens of the people who live, work and play in the region, the film reveals the larger truths of the assault on public lands.
SWEET DILLARD follows several of the jazz students and their families, including: Ulysses, a keyboardist who lost his father at a young age; Chris, who once stole cars and sold drugs before breaking away from his pill-addicted mother; and Kim, an intense perfectionist with Asperger's Syndrome who manages to shed his inhibitions with the band.
The way most Britons come into contact with the Foreign Office is when they get into trouble overseas. This episode follows three diplomats as they try to aid Brits who unexpectedly find themselves in serious trouble on the other side of the world. Pictured: Caseworker Sophie Lott, who oversaw the rescue of a girl in Iraq that was about to be forced into marriage.
In a rehabilitation shelter in Ghana, two children are recovering from enslavement to fishermen. But their story takes an unexpected turn when their rescuer embarks on another mission and asks the children for help. "The Rescue List" tells a moving story of friendship and courage.
Six national flags have flown over Texas since the 1500s, starting with European contests for the land that followed 10,000 years of Native American history there. From Spanish missions, to a French shipwreck, to a former sugarcane plantation, we visit to ask: How did Texas become Texas?