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Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning

American Masters, 8 pm Friday, Aug. 29: Her haunting "migrant mother" photo came to represent the suffering of the Great Depression.

Franklin, Eleanor and Theodore Roosevelt

Come to our preview event for Ken Burns’ ‘The Roosevelts’

7:30 pm Tues., Sept. 9: Get a sneak preview of the series and hear local experts react.

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Charities stepping in where government used to be

From Illinois Public Radio: Charities are finding themselves asked to step in to areas that were previously the government's domain.

M15 building

Secrets of Her Majesty’s Secret Service

7 pm Sunday, Aug. 31, on WILL-TV:  Lift the veil of secrecy on MI6. It's the world's most legendary spy agency, thanks to the James Bond stories.

Jean Redpath

Scottish singer Redpath made mark on C-U arts scene

Jeff Bossert looks at her ties to the area, including performances at Krannert and the Virginia, and a friendship with the director of The Chorale. Redpath died Thursday.

Words "eating wildly" on a plate

Backyard Industry: Words on the plate

As summer draws to a close, Lisa Bralts happens upon writer Ava Chin's memoir, Eating Wildly, and discovers that being in the weeds isn't always a bad thing.

young woman sleeping

Big Picture Science: ZZZZZs Please

5 pm Saturday, Aug. 30, WILL-AM: We explore the evolutionary origins of sleep and whether novel technologies could cut down on our need for those zzzzzs.

Martin Clunes as Doc Martin

New to WILL-TV: Doc Martin

8 pm Thursdays: Adventures of a socially challenged doctor in a Cornish village.

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