In the past, shrieking done in the presence of PBS content has generally been reserved for toddlers watching "Sesame Street." But in a New York City theater in early May, cries of delight were coming…
Six-part drama "Call the Midwife" and Ken Burns' "The Dust Bowl" headline the newly announced fall schedule for PBS.
Throughout its 40-year history, PBS has served as the occasional whipping boy for small government advocates. But this past year, the publicly funded network endured its fiercest attacks to date.
As PBS adjusts to serving Southern California post-KCET, the programming service doesn't expect to see any more major station defections.