Thread: Does anyone here watch PBS?

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    • 5 years 1 month ago
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    I know everybody has a lot of nostalgia for their kids shows, but do people here ever watch non-kids PBS shows? I just want your reviews because I was thinking of trying to get into some of their shows like NOVA or something.
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    • 5 years 1 month ago
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    I do watch some of their craft and cooking shows. I like Cooks' Country and America's Test Kitchen. I watch Nature and Nova sometimes. It depends on the topic and if it is of interest to me.
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    • 5 years 1 month ago
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    Nova is a pretty good show (in a way the newest intro reminds me of the 1980s intros.) every once in a while I'll catch an ep of Nova. Sesame street leaves a bad taste in my mouth and I can't find This Old House. so my viewing of PBS (beside some looks at the E/i shows ) is less than what it was.
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    • 5 years 30 days ago
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    I love PBS.

    btw does anybody have PBS 1980's and 1990's home videos, especially 1980's and 1990's funding credits? If so could you upload all of what you have to YouTube? It would really be appreciated.
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    • 5 years 28 days ago
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    I enjoy the Julia Child, Kevin Dundon, and Steven Raichlen cooking programs; Rick Steves' Europe, and The Joy of Painting (Bob Ross).
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    • 5 years 27 days ago
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    Mrs sheak likes a lot of PBS shows and actively turns them on. More of a last resort for me. But I enjoy Antiques Roadshow, Ask/This Old House, Check Please, Test Kitchen, Nova, Charlie Rose, and any of their news programs.
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