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PBS video offers you to explore new ideas and new worlds through its verity online video series. American Experience: Profiles of the people that helped form this nation. Antiques Roadshow: A searchable video archive of "America's hidden treasures." Art: 21: Behind-the-sense with today's leading visual artists. Bill Moyers journal: Fresh and original public service journalism. CEO Exchange: Brings the human element of business to life. EXPOSÉ: The prime-time spotlight on America's best journalism. FRONTLINE: Programs that illuminate the critical issues of our times. FRONTLINE/World: Dispatches from around our small planet. History Detectives: Experts solving mysteries from across the ages. Independent Lens: A weekly independent film festival in your living room. Julia Child: Prime cuts of Julia's famous skill and charm. NATURE: Exploring our planet and all of its creatures. NerdTV: An online interview series on the world of technology. The Online NewsHour: Trusted and reliable reporting from the NewsHour. Nightly Business Report: America's most-watched evening business program. NOVA: Engaging viewers with science as never before. NOW on PBS: In-depth reports on the pressing issues of our day. P.O.V.: The award-winning showcase for independent documentaries. R & E NewsWeekly: Analysis of religious and ethical issues. Tavis Smiley: Nightly interviews with leading and upcoming figures. This Old House: How-tos and tips to demystify home improvement. The War: Historical archives and clips from the Ken Burns film. Washington Week: Roundtable discussions on the nation's news. Wide Angle: Current affairs documentaries on global stories. Wired Science: The next-generation science and technology series.