Composition meets improvisation - tune in for John Nugent with Strings.
Set against a backdrop where servants are habitually treated as social inferiors, the film looks at what can happen when an employer shows empathy, and a silent worker finds her voice.
For the past five centuries, Western power has prevailed around the world. What led the West to be so influential?
Follow Richard Leakey, his family and colleagues as they work to unravel the mysteries of human evolution.
The longest serving consort in British history, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, has been at Queen Elizabeth's side for nearly 60 years.
Relish this new work that combines great singers, glorious Baroque music and a story drawn from Shakespeare.
Johnny Carson (1925 –2005) was seen by more people on more occasions than anyone else in American history.
Jazz singer and saxophonist Curtis Stigers kicks off the Jazz Fest week-long midnight-cap.
The Kamehameha Schools Song Contest, a tradition nearly 90 years in the making, is a one-of-a-kind presentation of Hawaiian language, song, and dance.
Rochester native Bill Klem, the father of modern umpires, is featured in the award-winning documentary Signs of the Time.
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