Real Sports correspondent Frank Deford investigates the brutal hazing performed by marching bands, specifically, the death last year of Florida A&M University's drum major Robert Champion.
Premiering 17 July on PBS, Debra Morton's short documentary follows the EVX Team's participation in the 2010 Automotive X Prize, which takes them from Philadelphia to Michigan International Speedway.
NY Med confirms two notions: your fear of hospitals is well founded. And the people in them do their best to get you through it.
Dog Whisperer is the most consistently entertaining, entrancing, and reassuring show on TV.
“It’s a crappy night. We sometimes call it schmutz: that’s a local expression.” For astronomer Irve Robbins, “local” is New York. An astronomer
“You know what is interesting?” posits Marina Abramović. “After 40 years of people thinking you’re insane and you should be put in mental hospital, you
At the start of Putin’s Kiss, Masha Drokova calls Russia’s then-Prime Minister “The role model for the person I’d like to share
With Granito: How to Nail a Dictator, Pamela Yates returns to Guatemala, nearly 30 years after the release of her 1983 documentary, When the Mountains Tremble. Premiering
Chris Moukarbel and Valerie Veatch's film uses Crocker's experience as a window onto the business. He's a helpfully self-aware subject, even at his Britney-est.
It's a nightmarish situation, combining the chaos of uninsured health care and the horrors -- fictional or not -- of visiting the dentist.