ANTIQUES ROADSHOW

The Civil War Years

This week on Antiques Roadshow, the focus is on civil war pieces - fantastic finds include a Lincoln Cabinet and Senate signed album, a Walt Whitman war letter.

Monday at 8pm on WGBH 2

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WGBH News

The Boston Women's March: A Photographer's Notebook

Photographer Meredith Nierman joined the WGBH News team at Saturday's Women's March in Boston. Her photographs detail the day, from early morning T-rides to speeches from local politicians, and the march itself. 

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CD OF THE WEEK

Mozart: Chamber Music for Strings, Oboe, and Piano

The Adaskin String Trio teams up with the Ensemble Schumann in chamber works written for a variety of sonic colors.

All week on 99.5 WCRB

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The Witness

After Kitty Genovese was attacked on a street in New York in 1964, a NY Times front-page story asserted that 38 people had watched her murder and did nothing. Genovese's death became a symbol of urban apathy. The Witness follows the efforts of her brother Bill as he uncovers the truth buried beneath the story.

Monday at 10pm on WGBH 2

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INNOVATION HUB

The Birth Of American Utopia

What would your personal utopia look like? Well, it probably wouldn’t involve furniture making and absolutely no sex. Chris Jennings talks 19th century American utopias.

Saturday at 12pm and Thursday at 9pm on 89.7 WGBH

WGBH NEWS

Two Mass. Organizers Discuss The Women's March On Washington

WGBH’s Marilyn Schairer interviewed Tammy Gouveia, a lead organizer for the Massachusetts chapter of the Women's March on Washington, and Natasha Chabria, the lead organizer in Boston.

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Alicia Keys – Landmarks Live in Concert

A native New Yorker from Hell’s Kitchen, Alicia Keys' Empire State of Mind, became the City’s newest anthem. In this debut special, Alicia’s love affair with New York continues as she performs in locations across the city.

Friday at 9pm on WGBH 2

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What Makes a Good Leader?

With America set to inaugurate a new President on Friday, we spoke with dozens of people from all walks of life at the WGBH Studio at the Boston Public Library. They shared with us their thoughts on the topic of leadership.

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