FALL NIGHTS ARE MADE FOR LPB
(Wednesday night, NOVA uncovers the secrets of some of aviation’s most colorful and deadly early flying machines and explores how their impact played a key role in the nightmare slaughter of the Western Front.)
See two great hours of appraisals, incredible finds, and big price tags with two episodes of Antiques Roadshow tonight on LPB. At 7PM, see hour three from Jacksonville, Florida, where a document signed by Abraham Lincoln is scrutinized. At 8, the experts are in Atlantic City and check out a collection of Enrico Caruso memorabilia.
Tuesday at 8PM, Makers profiles women from the past and present who have taken the business world by storm. At 9, FRONTLINE investigates the miscalculations and mistakes behind the brutal rise of ISIS.
On NOVA, Wednesday night at 8, uncover secrets of some colorful and deadly early flying machines and explore their role in World War I. At 9 on How We Got to Now with Steven Johnson, learn how pioneers of light have changed genetic make-up, sleeping patterns, architecture and more.
Thursday at 7PM, Father Brown investigates when a supposedly dead ex-serviceman returns to life at his funeral. Doc Martin follows at 8. At 9, see part one of The Straw Woman on Midsomer Murders. Then at 10 on Scott & Bailey, Rachel is almost hit by a car and learns the incident is linked to her discovery of Nick's affair.
Happy Halloween! No tricks on LPB! At 7, Charlie and Shauna will treat you to the latest news from around our state on Louisiana: The State We're In. At 9, on Michael Feinstein at the Rainbow Room, savor performances by an all-star cast at the legendary New York restaurant and nightclub.
Saturday night, make some popcorn and settle in for great British comedy starting at 7 on LPB. At 9 on New Tricks, the cold case of a ten-year-old child found dead on a golf course is re-opened. That's followed at 10 by Zen: Ratking on Masterpiece.
Sunday at 4PM, LPB CEO Beth Courtney interviews former Governor Mike Foster on Louisiana Legends. At 7 on Masterpiece, see part 6 of The Paradise. Watch as Moray and Tom raise the stakes in their battle for The Paradise. At 8, see part two of Death Comes to Pemberley. Follow Elizabeth’s pursuit of the truth behind a mysterious death.
GREAT AFTER-AUCTION DEALS!
Missed out on the auction? Do you want a piece of art that didn't sell? Head to the LPB website to check out everything that's available!
Great artwork will be available for a limited time in our CLOSEOUT event! Bidding ends at midnight on Monday, November 10!
Take advantage of this last opportunity to support the LPB Art & Travel Auction.
YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS SEEING CELTIC WOMAN LIVE
The lovely, talented ladies of Celtic Woman return to Louisiana in May of 2015. See the Celtic Woman 10th Anniversary Tour on Friday, May 8th at the Saenger Theatre in New Orleans. Tickets and meet and greet passes are available.
For ticket information on any of these concerts, go to the LPB Box Office website or call (225) 767-4214 or (800) 272-8161, ext. 4214.
WE COULD ALL USE A FEW PERKS
Enjoy the savings power of LPB PerksConnect in your neighborhood, across Louisiana and nationwide. For more information, visit our website.
TIME TO NOMINATE INSPIRATIONAL YOUNG PEOPLE
A lot of attention is given to the young people who get into trouble or underachieve in school, but often the students who do exceptionally well in the classroom or make a huge difference in their community do not receive the recognition they deserve. That’s why LPB and the Rotary Club of Baton Rouge created the Louisiana Young Heroes Awards. Now in its 20th year, the awards honor students in grades 7-12 who have excelled in the classroom, served their community or shown great courage in overcoming adversity in their own lives.
Nominations are now being taken for the 2015 Louisiana Young Heroes Awards. Students must be enrolled in a Louisiana school (public, private or parochial) or homeschooled and cannot be older than 19 years of age.
Some of our former Young Heroes have overcome physical handicaps, raised money for charity, cared for family members, assisted hurricane victims, and even saved lives.
Nomination forms can be downloaded from this page or submitted through the online form – the link is also on this page. Letters of recognition, newspaper articles, copies of awards, and other supporting materials should be sent to support the nomination. Remember – the panel of judges get to know the student solely through the material submitted with the application.
Students who have been nominated in past years may be re-nominated for this year’s awards. Previous winners are not eligible. The deadline for entries is February 6, 2015. Winners will be announced on the air and on the LPB website on Friday, March 6, 2015.
Louisiana Young Heroes Day will be Monday, April 27, 2015. The Young Heroes will be treated to a day full of activities including lunch on the grounds of the Governor’s Mansion. The day will culminate in a banquet that night in Baton Rouge.
The awards are co-presented by the Rotary Club of Baton Rouge.
COME SEE LPB AT THE LOUISIANA BOOK FESTIVAL
Look for the LPB booth near the Children's Village at the Louisiana Book Festival this Saturday. The Book Festival takes place from 10AM to 5PM in downtown Baton Rouge, in between the State Capitol, the State Library, and the State Museum.
Kids will be making Elmo paddle ball sets - and we will have paddle ball contests for the grownups throughout the day! The first 150 children to stop by the booth will get LPB goody bags. We'll have coloring sheets for all of the kids (while supplies last).
We will also have an LPB Kids photo area - bring your camera! And follow the Book Festival fun on Instagram.
The 2014 Louisiana Book Festival is jam-packed with outstanding literary events. Whatever book genre is your favorite, you’re sure to find something you’ll enjoy!
JOIN LPB ON FACEBOOK...OR TWITTER...OR INSTAGRAM
On LPB's Facebook page, we share programming highlights, information about upcoming events, breaking news, behind-the-scenes photos from our productions, insider information on PBS' series - plus, we just like to have fun with our "fans!" Sometimes we have contests open to just our Facebook fans!
We would love to have you join our Facebook family that numbers over 7,700 fans – go to LPB’s Facebook page and click “like!” Get the latest news about programs, events, and behind-the-scenes action. Louisiana Young Heroes and Louisiana Public Square have their own Facebook pages, too. You can also learn more about getting your children interested in reading through our Raising Readers page.
You can also follow LPB on Twitter and Pinterest - get some of Ms. Lucy's recipes. And look for LPB on Instagram - lpb_org.
HAPPY HALLOWEEN FROM PBS FOOD
Scare up some delicious Halloween recipes from kid-friendly snacks to Fall desserts. Visit PBS Food for recipes, costume ideas, and safety tips. How about this adorable recipe for Candy Corn Cookies that adults and kids will enjoy for Halloween?
Or make Salted Pumpkin Caramels! These chewy salted pumpkin caramels taste like Autumn and pumpkin spice with a rich maple flavor.
SHOPLPB IS MORE THAN JUST DVD'S
LPB has more than 250 informational, educational, inspirational and entertaining DVDs and books available on ShopLPB. Right now, get a Zooisiana t-shirt in adult's and children's sizes for just $15 - or get both the shirt and the Zooisiana children's puzzle for just $20.
If you are a member of Friends you can get a 15% discount on all ShopLPB purchases. Check Visions for the code for savings.
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October 27 - November 2, 2014
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