Airing on TUTV
This program looks back on American life by way of old public domain newsreels, films and public/civic documentaries. Each episode contains one or more snippets showing the way American life used to be. Whether it is a look at dating in the 50’s or the use of good table manners, the construction of the 1964 World’s fair in New York, or everyone’s favorite TV commercials from the 40s and 50s, there is something for everyone.
Tomorrow Today is DW’s weekly science program. The compelling features and reports about science and technology, medicine and the environment give a glimpse of the world of tomorrow. See the latest innovations and trends in European technology and research as well as portraits of the scientists behind the latest developments. Along with several video features, the program invites an expert into the studio to discuss such topics as stem cell research, global climate change, or a new development in technology.
Improving the viewing public’s media literacy was host Sherri Hope Culver’s mission when she first had the idea for Media Inside Out. What is it, anyway? Ever wonder what goes into making a TV show or any media content? Have you considered the true meaning behind a news report, documentary or an advertisement? The ability to access, analyze, and evaluate media content gives you media literacy. But why is it important?
Mysterious China is a series of twelve documentaries that seek to capture the beauty, majesty, and mystery of Ancient China. Each focuses on a different chapter of Chinese history, culture and people. The episodes include Tibet: The Truth; Yangzhou: A City of Timeless Culture; Jiangsu: Land of Good Fortune; Dali: Love at First Sight; Land of Legends; Holy Mountain; Kungfu Masters; Secrets of the Silk Road; Marco Polo’s Roof of the World; Marco Polo’s Shangri-la; and Marco Polo’s Silk Road.