Mosaic | KCET
"Mosaic" gathers news and current affairs from around the world, as experienced — and at times reported by— people on the ground. Unlike a conventional current affairs program, "Mosaic” is responsive to independent voices and online sources, utilizing a bottom-up, web-first news gathering framework, to create a new kind of global news for all media platforms.
"Covid-19 and U.S. Sanctions on Iran” features six Iranian-Americans discussing the impacts of economic sanctions on Iran’s response to the coronavirus, which left the nation without the medical supplies and resources to protect the population, leading to many deaths and suffering.
"The China Dream" explores the concept promoted by President Xi Jinping's government for "national rejuvenation” — to ask what the “China Dream” really means, how it plays out in real life at all levels of society, and particularly for China’s youth.
- Diverse stories about Cuba and Fidel Castro
- China’s role in managing the world’s trash
- Take a look back at the archives of the original "Mosaic: World News from the Middle East” daily news analysis program, from 2001-2014.
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"Southland Sessions" showcases the vibrancy and resilience of creators across Southern California. Tune in for virtual “sessions” across multiple disciplines.KCET Original
On the July 2 edition of the Reporter Roundup, KPCC reporters discuss LAUSD school police, swimming pool protocol and return to work numbers.KCET Original
On the July 6 edition of the Reporter Roundup, KPCC reporters discuss fears of a tuberculosis resurgence, wildfire worries and streaming Hamilton.KCET Original
A Southern California nurse discusses her work inside a COVID-19 ICU and warns the coronavirus is far from over.KCET Original
Killian, a 24-year old, likes to recycle for fun. Follow him as he searches bins and curbsides around the city for recyclables that he then exchanges for money.KCET Original
At a gala performance of Gilbert and Sullivan's Ruddigore, Phryne Fisher meets the gorgeous Lin Chung who has rescued the theatre's leading man from some thugs in a dark alley in Chinatown.
Huell looks back at 60-plus years of film history when he visits the Paramount Ranch.
As Gina takes charge of the struggling Penrose Hotel and stages a wedding, Sam receives a visit from a detective inspector who accuses Leo of fraud. Teresa and Michael talk about their relationship.
Hugh is concerned about his father's health, but Jim remains as distant and uncooperative as ever. Hugh's colleague from Sydney and co-pioneer in artificial heart research arrives with a new prototype, and the two plot an unusual way of testing it.