This dramatic series tells the story of three Israeli soldiers who were held captive for 17 years following their kidnapping while on a secret mission with their unit in Lebanon.
Tending the Wild shines light on the environmental knowledge of indigenous peoples across California by exploring how they have actively shaped and tended the land for millennia.
The Migrant Kitchen explores Los Angeles’ booming food scene through the eyes of a new generation of chefs whose cuisine is inspired by the immigrant experience.
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KCET's weekly news magazine investigates and reports on the issues that affect Southern California, from the economy to the environment.
"Democracy Now!" speaks with Eddie Conway, who was released from prison in 2014 after serving 44 years for a murder he denies committing.
Are North Dakota authorities waging a war against the public’s right to know about the ongoing Standing Rock pipeline protests?
The negotiations for the release of the Israeli soldiers has ended successfully. Nimrode Klien, Uri Zach and Amiel Ben-Chorin are coming home.
Michael Schneider, the executive editor of Indiewire and editor at large for Variety, sat down with creator Gideon Raff to discuss the critically acclaimed Israeli television show, "Prisoners of War."
Red Power Energy" is a provocative film told from the American Indian perspective that reframes today's complex energy debate.
Traveling in a tube at 750 miles an hour would take you from LA to SFO in 30 minutes. It’s called the Hyperloop.
A steam locomotive built when President Woodrow Wilson was in office is still going strong in Fillmore, California.
Who should decide if minors are tried as adults?
Drug costs for state agencies like Medi-Cal would be tied to the price paid by the V.A.
The estimated revenue from the sale and cultivation of marijuana is $1 billion or more annually.
Does Prop 53 give voters a choice or erode local control?
Governor Brown called the measure a “blunderbuss”
In this episode, we take a look at the tastiest, chicest and coolest innovations in sustainability.
Suppressed for over a century, indigenous cultural burning is still practiced today and holds important lessons for managing the threat of destructive wildfires.
"Full Frame" talks with those who want to see change in the world and are taking innovative and new approaches in the fight to eradicate global poverty.
On this episode, we meet those who are determined to defy the odds and speak up for and in defense of women, worldwide.
On this episode, 'Full Frame' introduces you to those who are among the world’s 21st century geniuses.
The world-touring rock star and musician Sami Yaffa explores the music of our little blue planet floating in space.
DI Jimmy Perez solves mysteries in a tight knit island community against the beautiful backdrop of the beautiful but remote Shetland Isles in Scotland.
In the shadowy world between right and wrong, John Mercer is a modern-day gun for hire, beholden to his sinister master but not the boundaries - moral or otherwise - of the law.
"Doc Martin" is a catchy comedy that stars Martin Clunes as Martin Ellingham, whose truculence and tactlessness causes mayhem in a small Cornish community.
Designed to connect San Francisco and Santa Cruz, the incomplete Ocean Shore Railroad offered one of the most scenic rides in California. But it did not last long.
Eighty years after Dorothea Lange snapped her "Migrant Mother" photo, a Central Coast community seeks to celebrate its connection to the legendary image.
Los Angeles was a town under military rule when gunfire greeted the rising sun on the Fourth of July, 1847.
A 9-year-old's visit to her school library sparked a lifelong quest to collect the history and cultural works of African-Americans.