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Public Television for the Northcoast

Highlights & Specials

Remember Pearl Harbor

Wednesday, December 7th at 8 PM

Narrated by veteran Hollywood actor Tom Selleck, REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR chronicles the personal stories of veterans and citizens who witnessed the surprise attack by the Japanese on the American Pacific Fleet on December 7, 1941, launching the United States into World War II. Using archival footage and photos and graphics, the documentary shows in detail the bombings on Oahu, along with the fiery explosion of the USS Arizona, the sinking of the USS Oklahoma, and the attacks on Hickam Field, as well as on other parts of the island. REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR documents the 75th anniversary, the tragic events and the courageous acts of those who were in or near Pearl Harbor on that day. The film includes first-person accounts from sailors, airmen, soldiers and civilians, including Lou Conter, USS Arizona; James Downing, USS Virginia; Vernon Carter, US Army Air Corps, Hickam Field; and Barbara Kotinek, who was just six years old at the time.

Secrets of Scotland Yard

Thursday, December 8th at 10 PM

Secrets of Scotland Yard breaks through the façade of the most famous police headquarters in the world: the very name Scotland Yard is synonymous with all that’s best in the detection of crime. Scotland Yard is the headquarters of one of the oldest police forces in the world – London’s Metropolitan Police Service – known to Londoners as "the Met." Today, 33,000 Scotland Yard police officers safeguard one of the largest cities in Europe, patrolling nearly ten thousand miles of street, more than 200 miles of waterway, six hundred square miles of airspace, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

First You Dream: The Music of Kander and Ebb

Friday, December 9th at 9 PM

First You Dream – The Music of Kander & Ebb is a landmark television event: a tribute to John Kander and Fred Ebb, the legendary Oscar, Emmy, Tony and Grammy-award winning songwriting team whose Broadway shows include Cabaret, Chicago, Kiss of the Spider Woman, The Act, Curtains and The Scottsboro Boys and timeless songs including “New York, New York,” “All That Jazz,” “Money Makes the World Go Around” and “Maybe This Time.”

Stories From the Clarke

Saturday, December 10th at 5 PM

This series includes interviews focusing on Native American objects held at the Clarke Museum, Old Town Eureka's legacy of its bar and brothel heyday, dance bands from the 20's on, and the maritime history of the Humboldt Bay Area. Stories from the Clarke is a local collaboration between the Clarke Museum, award winning host/producer Bill Morrill and KEET-TV. This project was funded in part by Cal Humanities, a partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities, Sierra Pacific Foundation, the A.J. Cleland Trust, and three Humboldt Area Foundation funds.


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