Friday, September 04, 2015


Louisiana: The State We're In
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Katrina Ten Years After
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Louisiana Travels with Charlie Whinham
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HAPPY 40th ANNIVERSARY!
MUSIC, TRAVELS, & REMEMBRANCE

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Louisiana: The State We’re In

Louisiana: The State We’re In
»»» Tonight at 7:00 on LPB

The state primary election is just seven weeks out. One approach to create a different dynamic for a candidate forum occurred this week at Southeastern University where the candidates (excluding U.S. Senator David Vitter) fielded questions from a panel of college students. Charlie Whinham reviews the Governor’s race with Jeremy Alford, publisher and editor of LaPolitics.com and LaPolitics Weekly. It remains one of the greatest unsolved murder mysteries in Louisiana history: Who killed Huey P. Long? September 8th will mark the 80th anniversary of the day one of the state’s most iconic politicians was shot to death at the State Capitol. The documentary 61 Bullets examines the details and doubts about what happened. Shauna Sanford talks with the film’s producer whose great uncle is Dr. Carl Weiss, the alleged assassin. World War II came to an official end 70 years ago this week with the signing of Japan’s unconditional surrender aboard the USS Missouri docked in Tokyo Bay. Louisiana is home to the National WWII Museum that has drawn over two million visitors since its opening in 2000. Charlie Whinham takes us on a tour of the latest museum addition known as the U.S. Freedom Pavilion: The Boeing Center.
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Washington Week with Gwen Ifill

Washington Week with Gwen Ifill
»»» Tonight at 7:30 on LPB

News and Public Affairs: Updates from the longest-running news & public affairs program on PBS.
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Charlie Rose: The Week

Charlie Rose: The Week
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This Friday night program provides a retrospective of the best stories and interviews from the nightly PBS program CHARLIE ROSE. The show captures the defining moments in politics, science, business, culture, media and sports.
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American Masters

American Masters
»»» Tonight at 9:00 on LPB

Althea - Discover the story of Althea Gibson, who emerged as the unlikely queen of the segregated tennis world of the 1950s. She was the first African American to play and win Wimbledon and the U.S. Nationals. Features Billie Jean King and David Dinkins.
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