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The Story of China -- a "Review"

I just finished watching the PBS series and I’m left with a churning anger inside, a resentment. Ultimately it’s propaganda. The narrator — a British historian named Michael Wood — clearly loves Chinese history from a British historian’s perspective. 706 more words


When Doors Open.....

18 months ago, I made preparations to start a blog, but let’s face it, life happens and our plans sometimes get put on the back burner. 992 more words


Wednesday Trivia Question

What Academy Award nominated actor was the host of the children’s series Long Ago And Far Away?

Longtime viewers may remember Long Ago And Far Away. 91 more words


Will the Brits Help PBS Do It Better? Anticipating the New "Little Women"

Some adaptations are simply iconic.

You can’t think about To Kill a MockingbirdAnne of Green Gables, or The Godfather without one adaptation rising to the top. 1,168 more words

Throwback Thursday

Documentary Review: Sgt. Pepper's Musical Revolution

It’s been a while since I did a review of a music documentary – the last one that comes immediately to mind is a documentary review on… 510 more words


PBS' Online #Film Festival is July 17 - 28, 2017, USA: 25 #Indie #Shorts in 2 weeks

PBS’ Online #Film Festival is July 17 – 28, 2017, USA

Watch, vote and share your favorite films from this year’s PBS Online Film Festival… 78 more words

Film Reviews

Grantchester 💛 Love!

One of my absolutely favorite PBS shows is back on the air for its third season and, in celebration, I simply had to write a little something about my love for… 535 more words