Public Television for the North Coast

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PBS Chef Kevin Belton at the Ingomar

Kevin Belton

Attention PBS North Coast Members!Everyone raves about the food of New Orleans, so get ready for good eatin’ because Chef Kevin Belton is bringing the Big Easy to Eureka. The star of New Orleans Cooking is hosting a fund raising dinner for PBS North at the Carson Mansion on Monday, October 2nd. The four course dinner will feature Southern regional favorites like Shrimp Remoulade and Jambalaya. Tickets for this event are $150 per person and are available to PBS North Coast members. Call 445 0813 during regular business hours for your tickets today. As Kevin says, “It’s all about good.”

Vietnam War -- Things Fall Apart (January 1968 - July 1968)

Sunday, September 24th at 8 PM repeating immediately at 9:32 PM

On the eve of the Tet holiday, North Vietnamese and Viet Cong forces launch surprise attacks on cities and military bases throughout the south, suffering devastating losses but casting grave doubt on Johnson’s promise that there is “light at the end of the tunnel.” The president decides not to run again and the country is staggered by assassinations and unrest.

Vietnam War -- The Veneer of Civilization (June 1968 - May 1969)

Monday, September 25th at 8 PM immediately repeating at 10 PM

Public support for the war declines, and American men of draft age face difficult decisions and wrenching moral choices. After police battle with demonstrators in the streets of Chicago, Richard Nixon wins the presidency, promising law and order at home and peace overseas. In Vietnam, the war goes on and soldiers on all sides witness terrible savagery and unflinching courage.

Vietnam War -- The History of the World (April 1969 - May 1970)

Tuesday, September 26th at 8 PM immediately repeating at 10 PM

With morale plummeting in Vietnam, President Nixon begins withdrawing American troops. As news breaks of an unthinkable massacre committed by American soldiers, the public debates the rectitude of the war, while an incursion into Cambodia reignites antiwar protests with tragic consequences.

 

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