With WNET/13 (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
3. Sentimental Journey (1984 TV Movie)
97 min | Drama, Music, Musical
A precocious child has a profound effect on the lives of a successful Broadway producer and her husband.
6. A Touch of the Poet (1974 TV Movie)
Not Rated | 142 min | Drama
Cornelius "Con" Melody is an Irish tavern keeper in New England who lives in reverence of his former days as a nobleman and decorated officer in the British army during the Napoleonic wars.... See full summary »
7. The Reflecting Pool (1979)
7 min | Short
A man emerges from the forest and stands before a pool of water. He leaps up and time suddenly stops. All movement and change in the otherwise still scene is limited to the reflections and ... See full summary »
8. GZERO World with Ian Bremmer (2018– )
Ian Bremmer, a renowned political scientist, entrepreneur and bestselling author, shares his perspective on recent global events and interviews the world leaders, experts and newsmakers shaping today's international politics.
10. Tony Bennett & Diana Krall: Love Is Here To Stay (2018 TV Special)
Tony Bennett and Diana Krall celebrate their shared love of the music of George and Ira Gershwin. Among others, they sing "S Wonderful"," I've Got Rhythm", "They Can't Take That Away from ... See full summary »
12. Truth Through Mass Individuation (1976 Video)
11 min | Short
Three abrupt and violent actions are seized and suspended in time by video disc memory. Tension is held and violently released. The video refers to Carl Jung's writings on the individual and the mass.
18. Vegetable Memory (1980 Video)
15 min | Short
A loop of images recorded at the Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo is extended in progressively slower cycles, changing the form, feeling and ultimately the meaning of the original images as they move further into the subjective and pictorial.
Director: Bill Viola
20. Sodium Vapor (including Constellation and Oracle) (1979 Video)
15 min | Short
This work derives from an interest in the particular qualities of sodium vapor street lighting - its characteristic color temperature, the shadows it casts, and the eerie quality it seems to impart to the objects it illuminates.
Director: Bill Viola
23. Filming Beautiful Butterfly Footage with the Sex, Lies and Butterflies Crew (2018 TV Short)
Sex, Lies and Butterflies editor Jim Isler talks with cinematographer Mark Carroll to discuss how the documentary's stunning footage was captured and put together.
25. The Space Between the Teeth (1976 Video)
10 min | Short
Seating in an armchair against a stark background, the artist stares at the camera, his silence punctuated by screams. The camera pulls back to show he's at the end of a long hallway, and rapidly zooms again into the inside of his mouth .
26. First Person PBS (2017– )
First Person is an exploration of gender identity and sexuality, covering LGBTQ-related issues through first-person narratives. With messages of tolerance and acceptance, the show aims to ... See full summary »
American Playhouse (1981– )
Fifth of July
130 min | Comedy, Drama, Romance
Ken Talley is 32, strong, goodlooking and a Vietnam vet with both legs shot off seven years earlier. He is somewhat cynical. His lover Jed is bigger and stronger, a gardner, a good listener... See full summary »
Great Performances (1971– )
"Ellis Island: The Dream of America" with Pacific Symphony
TV-G | Music
A live concert performance of composer Peter Boyer's Grammy-nominated work "Ellis Island: The Dream of America," with Orange County's Pacific Symphony, conducted by Carl St. Clair, and a cast of actors.