Wednesday, August 20, 2014


Festival 2014
Music Takes Center Stage!

Pavarotti: A Voice For The Ages
Tonight at 7:00pm on LPB

Big Band Years
Tonight at 8:30pm on LPB

Ed Sullivan's Rock and Roll Classics
Tonight at 10:30pm on LPB

Primetime Highlights »»»

Great Performances: Pavarotti: A Voice For The Ages

Great Performances: Pavarotti: A Voice For The Ages
»»» Tonight at 7:00 on LPB

Celebrate the 50th anniversary since his career debut. Even today, it is Pavarotti's powerful sound with its natural grace and brilliant color which still leads many to consider him the world's greatest voice.
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The Big Band Years

The Big Band Years
»»» Tonight at 8:30 on LPB

Peter Marshall hosts this celebration of big bands of the 1930s and '40s. Included: Glenn Miller, Harry James, Benny Goodman and Cab Calloway, as well as singers Helen O'Connell and Bob Eberly (Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra), the Pied Pipers (Tommy Dorsey Orchestra) and Frank Sinatra (Tommy Dorsey Orchestra).
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Ed Sullivan’s Rock and Roll Classics - The 60s

Ed Sullivan’s Rock and Roll Classics - The 60s
»»» Tonight at 10:30 on LPB

Memorable music appearances on "The Ed Sullivan Show" from the 1960s iIncluding the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Mamas and the Papas, Diana Ross and the Supremes, Sly and the Family Stone, Tommy James and Herman's Hermits. Paul Shaffer and T.J. Lubinsky host.
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Alive! In America’s Delta: Alligator: King of the Bayou

Alive! In America’s Delta: Alligator: King of the Bayou
»»» Tonight at 9:00 on LPB2

The American alligator is the largest reptile in North America and Louisiana has millions of them – from the coastal parishes to the Arkansas state line. They are so plentiful that they’re hunted for their meat and hides. But for a period of time, beginning in the early 1960s, Louisiana’s alligator population was in steep decline. Since then, Louisiana has instituted one of the world's most successful wildlife conservation projects to help ensure the alligator’s survival. Since 1985, some 300,000 gators have multiplied to nearly 3 million today. Witness first-hand how this keystone species – and cultural icon – was brought back to viability using a combination of biological science and marketplace economics.
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