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Special Programming on New Year’s Day

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Our sister station, ThinkTV, will be airing a variety of wellness shows on New Year’s Day to help you start 2019 in a healthier way.

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Sleeper Picks - January 2019

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Our Chief Programming Officer, Jim Wiener, has his DVR set for these shows in January. Do you?

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PBS Kids Shows on December 24 and 25

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The holidays are almost here and, however your schedule looks on December 24 and 25, you know PBS Kids has you covered with a great line-up of holiday and winter specials!

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"Letters from Baghdad" Premieres this Week

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"Letters from Baghdad," the documentary feature about Gertrude Bell, premieres this week on ThinkTV16 and CET. Bell, sometimes called the female "Lawrence of Arabia,” was an explorer, spy, archaeologist and diplomat who helped shape the Middle East after World War I, then served as advisor to Winston Churchill.

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2018 Holiday Shows on CET and ThinkTV

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From Christmas concerts to animated specials, our holiday line-up has something for every family. Take a look at the list below and tune in or set your DVR!

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“Nature” premieres the new chilling episode “Snow Bears” November 28

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In the freezing arctic, where the temperature is well below zero, a polar bear must lead her newborn cubs across the frozen tundra in order to feed. On their way, they must face many dangers—extreme weather, snowdrifts and ice cracks just to name a few.

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November and December Membership Drive Highlights

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November brings some amazing shows lined-up for the Membership Drive. Here’s what you have to look forward to:

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We’ll Meet Again Returns for Season 2

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We’ll Meet Again returns for a second season of compelling human stories of hope, courage and resilience, exploring some of history’s most dramatic events through the personal experiences of those who lived through them.

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“Dawnland” Profiles Struggles Facing Maine’s Native American communities.

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For most of the twentieth century Native Americans have been facing separation struggles that have torn families apart. "Independent Lens: Dawnland" reveals the untold stories of indigenous child removal, through the lens of the Wabanaki community in Maine, but these traumatic removals impacted most of the Native American community well into the 1970s.

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FRONTLINE Presents "The Facebook Dilemma"

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From Facebook's failure to protect millions of users’ data, to the proliferation of “fake news” and disinformation in the U.S. and across the world, mounting crises have raised the question: How has Facebook’s historic success as a social network brought about real-world harm?

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