Rena Garrett

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Science
1:28 pm
Wed April 23, 2014

Learn more about the bald eagle on Nature on Wednesday, May 28th at 7 pm

Bald Eagles.

Unique to North America, the bald eagle is the continent’s most recognizable aerial predator, with a shocking white head, electric yellow beak and penetrating eyes. In the 1960s, this symbol of the United States became an emblem of environmental degradation, as the pesticide DDT and other human pressures brought it to the brink of extinction. Following their protection as an endangered species, bald eagles have come roaring back. Photographed by three-time Emmy-winning cinematographer Neil Rettig, this profile of the bald eagles focuses on the drama of the nest.

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Politics
1:22 pm
Wed April 23, 2014

The conclusion of Coming Back with Wes Moore airs Tuesday, May 27th at 7 pm

Examine the veterans’ drive to find a new mission, to be part of something bigger than themselves

The final episode explores the drive veterans often have of finding a new mission, to contribute, to be part of something bigger than themselves.

"Moving Forward" on Coming Back with Wes Moore airs on Tuesday, May 27th at 7:00 pm  on channels 3 and 3-1.

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Politics
11:54 am
Wed April 23, 2014

"Death and the Civil War" on American Experience airs on Monday, the 26th at 8 pm

A soldier looking upon a Union soldier's grave with the body of a Confederate soldier seemingly tossed aside in Antietam, Maryland. (September 1862) Courtesy of Library of Congress

Drawing heavily on This Republic of Suffering, historian and Harvard president Drew Gilpin Faust’s acclaimed book, “Death and the Civil War” explores a critical but largely overlooked aspect of the Civil War experience: the immense and varied implications of the war’s staggering and unprecedented death toll. The war created a veritable “republic of suffering,” as landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted described the wounded and dying arriving at Union hospital ships on the Virginia Peninsula.

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Arts
11:51 am
Wed April 23, 2014

"Richmond, Pt. 3" on Antiques Roadshow airs Monday, May 26th

David Walker (left) appraises a Jamaican silver presentation cup, ca. 1740, for $20,000 to $30,000 in Richmond, Virginia.

While ANTIQUES ROADSHOW is in Richmond, Virginia, host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Gary Sullivan visit Colonial Williamsburg to discuss tall case clocks. Highlights include a collection of Langston Hughes-signed first editions, bought at an estate sale for a dollar per book, now valued at $8,000 to $10,000; a 1935 Bride of Frankenstein pressbook, featuring many of the graphics used for the film’s top posters; and an 1890 Frank Henry Shapleigh oil painting that was purchased for the look of the frame is appraised for $50,000 to $70,000.

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Politics
11:41 am
Wed April 23, 2014

The Last Ridge recounts the story of the legendary 10th Mountain Division, airing Sunday, the 25th

Allied troops returning from the front lines, Italy, 1945.

On a freezing winter night in February 1945, the U.S. Army's 10th Mountain Division accomplished the impossible: they scaled a 2,000-foot cliff in northern Italy to knock the seemingly invincible Germans from their impenetrable perch. THE LAST RIDGE recounts the remarkable story of the legendary 10th Mountain Division, whose extraordinary efforts turned the tide for the Allied forces in Italy, revolutionized winter mountain warfare abroad, transformed winter sports and inspired an entire generation of soldiers.

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