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Native American Heritage Month Resource - Native American Culture - The Dream Catcher
THEME: Nuremberg Trials
Monday, 11/20 from 3-3:30 pm NHPBS
An unlikely population explosion has hit the Boston area - the wild turkey. Turkey Town explains the comeback of the iconic bird and explores the social and environmental consequences, both positive and negative, of their return.
P.O.V. - Wisdom Gone Wild
Monday, 11/20 from 10-11:30 pm NHPBS
Reflect on aging and transformation over the course of 16 years. This film blends humor and sadness between mother and daughter that blooms into an affectionate portrait of love, care, and a relationship transformed. P.O.V. Streaming Video
GREAT PERFORMANCES - Now Hear This: Beethoven's Ghost
Monday, 11/20 from 2-3 pm NHPBS EXPLORE
Go inside the mind of a genius as host Scott Yoo and fellow musicians undertake a recording of Beethoven's most personal music at a historic Berkshires manor to explore the composer's brilliant career where they are visited by some unexpected guests. GREAT PERFORMANCES Streaming Video
INSIDE THE WARREN COMMISSION
Monday, 11/20 from 8-9 pm NH WORLD
A riveting account of the people who worked tirelessly to discover the truth behind the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The Warren Report is perhaps the most misunderstood document in modern history and remains unread by most Americans.
FILMS BYKIDS - Beekeeper
Monday, 11/20 from 9-9:30 pm NH WORLD
15-year-old Keith Griffith III developed an interest in beekeeping at age 11 when both of his parents were incarcerated. To help Keith cope with stress, his uncle taught him how to care for a bee colony, how to harvest honey, and the importance of pollinators for food production and the environment. Now, Keith has become a mental health and environmental advocate, who gives workshops and talks in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. FILMS BYKIDS Streaming Video
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