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Max Liebermann and Oskar Reinhardt in Vienna's graveyard in Vienna Blood. Photo: Petro Domenigg/2019 Endor Productions/MR Film
January 26, 2020 | Daniel Hautzinger
Max and Oskar try to discover the identity of a murderer via a creation of a psychological profile of the killer, angering powerful people in the process. Max struggles to understand what he wants in his personal life. 
Otis Molyneux, Charlotte Heywood, and Georgiana Lambe in Sanditon. Photo: Red Planet Pictures/ITV 2019
January 26, 2020 | Daniel Hautzinger
Charlotte finds herself an awkward third wheel when Georgiana's lover comes to visit her in Sanditon. Once again, Charlotte reassesses her view of Sidney. Meanwhile, Clara and Esther come to a bit of an understanding over the cruelty of men. 
Jim Lehrer speaking at the Miller Center of Public Affairs, in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2011. Photo: Wikimedia Commons
January 23, 2020 | Daniel Hautzinger
Jim Lehrer, the co-founder and anchor of PBS NewsHour, died Thursday, January 23 at the age of 85. He covered such earth-shaping events as the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the Watergate hearings, and was admired by journalists of all sorts.
(L): “Barack Obama” by Kehinde Wiley, oil on canvas, 2018. National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution. (R): “Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama” by Amy Sherald, oil on linen, 2018. National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution.
January 23, 2020 | Daniel Hautzinger
The official portraits of former President Barack Obama and former First Lady Michelle Obama will be coming to the Art Institute of Chicago next year on the first stop of a five-city tour.
Kraków-Style Roasted Duck from 'Flavor of Poland'
January 22, 2020 | Daniel Hautzinger
The new show Flavor of Poland aims to introduce Americans to the vibrancy of Polish history, culture, and food, as host Aleksandra August travels across the country learning about traditions and recipes. Here, August offers a recipe for Kraków-Style Roasted Duck.
Max and Oskar chase a suspect through a tunnel in Vienna Blood. Photo: Petro Domenigg/2019 Endor Productions/MR Film
January 19, 2020 | Daniel Hautzinger
An eager young doctor studying the new theories of Sigmund Freud observes a criminal case under the wing of a hardboiled inspector, and soon turns his observational powers and Freud's ideas to use solving the crime. 
Stringer and Charlotte Heywood in Sanditon. Photo: Red Planet Pictures/ITV 2019
January 19, 2020 | Daniel Hautzinger
Clara proves her ability during a construction accident and beings to repair relations with Sidney, while a medical demonstration is used for advantage in the struggle between Esther and Clara over Lady Denham's will.
PBS NewsHour: The Trump Impeachment Trial
January 15, 2020 | Daniel Hautzinger
The impeachment trial in the Senate has begun. Find all the ways to watch PBS NewsHour's special live coverage here.
Waad al-Kateab filming the ruins of a building destroyed by bombing in besieged east Aleppo in October 2016. Photo: Waad al-Kateab/FRONTLINE
January 13, 2020 | Daniel Hautzinger
Frontline's For Sama has been nominated in the Documentary Feature category at the Academy Awards. The film follows a young Syrian mother as she perseveres through the siege of Aleppo and is told as a love letter to a daughter.
Barack Obama and Donald Trump. Photo: Courtesy of left to right: Olivier Douliery-Pool/Getty Images; BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images
January 13, 2020 | Daniel Hautzinger
"This is really the most important political year coming that I have ever experienced," says Michael Kirk, the producer of Frontline's new, two-part documentary America's Great Divide. "I thought these films could be a kind of overture as the curtain goes up on the political year."