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Great-sounding shows on PBS for shut-ins
As a public service, I'll list some PBS shows for April that may help pass the time while we're more indoors. All these series from Netflix, Amazon, etc. get a little exhausting for me.
April 7 & 14 Ken Burns presents "The Gene: An Intimate History." April 21 "The Man Who Tried to Feed the World: American Experience" (Norman Borlaug, of The Wizard and the Prophet) April 22 "Climate Change: The Facts," with David Attenborough April 22 (three parts) "H20: The Molecule that Made Us"
Other worthwhile shows as well throughout the month. Check the PBS website.
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