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October 18, 2019 | TV SCHEDULE


Donald Trump has made opposition to immigration the signature policy of his presidency, and used anti-immigration fervor to animate his supporters and fuel a political movement. Now, a new documentary from the political team at Frontline tells the inside story of how an unlikely group of outsiders became the driving force behind Trump’s most controversial initiatives, as part of a grand strategy they would call Zero Tolerance.

Zero Tolerance, the first of three new Frontline documentaries on immigration premiering this fall, will air on Tuesday, October 22, at 10:00 p.m. 
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The real possibility of a world in which cars no longer require human drivers has been sparked by a surge of innovation that’s being heralded by some as the biggest advance in transportation since horses gave way to automobiles. But successfully achieving such a radical transition poses an unprecedented set of technological, engineering, legal, regulatory and other challenges. Which ones have already been overcome, which still remain and how are scientists and engineers trying to tackle them?

NOVA: Look Who's Driving will premiere on Wednesday, October 23, at 9:00 p.m. Watch a preview now.


Discover the many sides of Baseball Hall of Famer and Boston Red Sox superstar Ted Williams, including his complicated relationships with his family, teammates, fans and the press. Through in-depth interviews with those who knew him best, the film illustrates the power of the heroic myth-making culture in which Williams flourished.

Our encore of American Masters: Ted Williams will air on Tuesday, October 22, at 7:00 p.m. Watch a preview now

This ambitious new documentary series provides fascinating and fresh insights into our planet by expanding the range of perspectives from which to look. In addition to stunning satellite photography from space, drones were employed to generate footage, while helicopters and cameras on the ground provide more conventional vantage points. What is revealed from above is a cadence -- the rhythm by which the earth moves -- as well as extraordinary colors and fascinating visual patterns. This is our home, as we've never seen it before.

Life from Above, a four-part series, premieres on Wednesday, October 23, at 10:00 p.m. Watch a preview now


Rye is known to make great bread, but this rye blueberry cookie recipe -- from PBS Kitchen Vignettes food blogger Aube Giroux -- shows a wonderful sweet side of the under-appreciated grain.

Get the recipe!


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