Week of September 2nd, 2019

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Great Performances | Vienna Philharmonic Summer Night Concert 2019

 

Available Saturday, September 7th

Enjoy the world-renowned Vienna Philharmonic’s annual concert from Schönbrunn Palace with guest conductor Gustavo Dudamel and famed pianist Yuja Wang playing works including Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” and Sousa’s “The Stars and Stripes Forever.”

 

POV | The Distant Barking of Dogs

Available Tuesday, September 3rd

The Distant Barking of Dogs follows the life of 10-year-old Ukrainian boy Oleg over a year, witnessing the gradual erosion of his innocence beneath the pressures of the on-going war in Eastern Ukraine. Having no other place to go, Oleg and his grandmother Alexandra stay and watch as others leave the village, showing just how crucial—and fragile—family is for survival.

 

Barnegie Hall | Mary Gauthier

Available Wednesday, September 4th

Veteran songwriter and guitar virtuoso Verlon Thompson welcomes some of the most inspiring and talented musicians in the world. Verlon welcomes folk singer-songwriter Mary Gauthier. Mary was voted "New Artist of the Year" by The Americana Music Association in 2005 and has only gotten better since.

 

Antiques Roadshow | Vintage Memphis

Available Tuesday, September 3rd

Marvel at magnificent Memphis treasures from Season 9, including an Elvis Presley outfit from around 1970, a 1942 Grandma Moses painting, and A. Martin & C.F. Martin guitars. Learn which Tennessee find has an updated appraisal of $100,000!

 

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The Vietnam War

Expires Monday, September 30th

The Vietnam War is a ten-part, 18-hour documentary film series directed by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. In an immersive 360-degree narrative, Burns and Novick tell the epic story of the Vietnam War as it has never before been told on film. The Vietnam War features testimony from nearly 100 witnesses.

 

POV | Dark Money

Expires Tuesday, October 1st

A century ago, corrupt money swamped Montana's government, but Montanans rose up to prohibit corporate campaign contributions. Today, in the wake of the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision, Montana is once again fighting to preserve open and honest elections. Following an investigative reporter through a political thriller, Dark Money exposes one of the greatest threats to American democracy.

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