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World on Fire Premieres Sunday, April 5, on CET and ThinkTV16

World on Fire Premieres Sunday, April 5, on CET and ThinkTV16

World on Fire, a show acclaimed by critics, is premiering on, CET and ThinkTV16 this Sunday, April 5, at 9pm. This new drama follows the lives of ordinary people coping with the greatest war in human history. Set in five countries— on the frontlines and the home front — World on Fire traces the interweaved fates of several families in 1939 and 1940, from the […]

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Stream PBS Programs Anywhere, Anytime

Stream PBS Programs Anywhere, Anytime

Looking for entertaining and educational PBS shows to watch while you are stuck at home? Check out our recommendations from a variety of different genres! From Martha Bakes to Ken Burn’s Baseball series, these shows are all free to watch online or on the PBS App!  Arts & Music Austin City Limits: Norah Jones/Angel Olsen Enjoy an unforgettable hour with dynamic performances from two of […]

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COVID-19 Resources for Kids and Families

COVID-19 Resources for Kids and Families

With all the news about COVID-19 – the coronavirus – it can be hard to know what to say to children and it can be difficult to know how to ease their concerns. Mister Rogers once said, “Anything that’s human is mentionable, and anything that is mentionable can be more manageable. When we can talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting and […]

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Niall Ferguson’s Networld Premieres on March 17th

Niall Ferguson’s Networld Premieres on March 17th

Mark your calendars! On March 17th, a series that takes a look into the history of social networking and where it could lead us in the future is coming to CET and ThinkTV. Hosted by historian and author Niall Ferguson, Networld uses inspiration from Ferguson’s bestselling book, “The Square and the Tower: Networks and Power, from the Freemasons to Facebook,” to explore the intersection of […]

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National Women’s History Month Highlights

National Women’s History Month Highlights

In honor of National Women’s History Month, we wanted to highlight some of our shows that are available to stream online that highlight some of the amazing accomplishments achieved by strong and determined women.  Here are just a couple of magnificent stories we’ve picked out:   Frontline: For Sama In a time of conflict and darkness in her home in Aleppo, Syria, one young woman […]

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Highlights from our February/March 2020 Membership Drive

Highlights from our February/March 2020 Membership Drive

From Doo Wop to Pop Rock: Music Celebrates 20 Years to Mumford and Sons: Live from South Africa – Dust and Thunder, our February/March Membership Drive is packed with great shows. Here are a few of the highlights we’re looking forward to watching: Chuck Berry: Brown-Eyed Handsome Man Saturday, February 29, at 6:30pm on CET Thursday, March 5, at 9pm on ThinkTV14 Sunday, March 8, at 10:30pm on […]

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“We Believe in Dinosaurs” Premieres This Week on Independent Lens

“We Believe in Dinosaurs” Premieres This Week on Independent Lens

The film that The Hollywood Reporter raves as “intriguing…and timely,” We Believe in Dinosaurs, is coming to ThinkTV and CET this month! This film explores what happens when religious ideology clashes with mainstream science in modern-day America. This film will air on Independent Lens on Monday, February 17, at 10pm on CET and then on Thursday, February 20, at 10pm on ThinkTV16. The Ark Encounter, […]

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Top “Masterpiece” Dramas Available For Streaming with Passport!

Top “Masterpiece” Dramas Available For Streaming with Passport!

Attention binge-watchers, streamers and anyone who loves PBS programming! Did you know our members get access to hundreds of hours of on-demand programming on the PBS Video App and online at http://video.thinktv.org or http://watch.CETconnect.org? That includes some of our viewers’ favorites, like Nature, NOVA, films from Ken Burns and even most of the shows from Masterpiece! CET Passport and ThinkTV Passport are available to members […]

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Explore the Polar Extremes of Planet Earth

Explore the Polar Extremes of Planet Earth

Of all the fresh water that exists on Earth today, 70 percent of it is frozen, held in glaciers and ice caps, most of it in the Arctic and Antarctic — but Earth wasn’t always like this. Hidden in the rocks and trapped under the ice are clues that reveal a planet totally different from the one we know today. Following a trail of strange […]

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Poison Squad Airs January 28 on American Experience

Poison Squad Airs January 28 on American Experience

At the close of the 19th century, technology and industry were booming. More and more Americans migrated to cities and away from farm life and fresh, homegrown food. Completely unregulated, the burgeoning food manufacturing industry took off as millions of Americans needed access to readily available and affordable food. In this pre-refrigeration world, meatpacking and canning companies sought ways to keep their products fresh at […]

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