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PBS announces plans for fall

Discussion in 'TV Show Talk' started by John Corn, Jul 29, 2002.

  1. John Corn

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    PBS was last up at the Television Critics Association press tour in Pasadena, Calif., closing the TV-programming fortnight with a slew of announcements............(more)
     
  2. jrjcd

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    the schedule for PBS:

    Doctor Who
    Doctor Who
    Doctor Who
    Doctor Who
    The Prisoner
    Doctor Who
    Doctor Who
    Red Green
    Doctor Who
    Doctor Who
    Doctor Who
    Doctor Who
    Red Dwarf
    Doctor Who
    Doctor Who
    Jim Lehrer
    Doctor Who
    Doctor Who
    Doctor Who
    Frontline
    DoctorWho
     
  3. jrjcd

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    ...oh yes...on saturdays-Doctor Who
     
  4. gcutler

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    Been a long time since I've seen Red Green!!!
     
  5. bryan27

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    In addition to the Colonial House PBS will also do the 1940's House where the people have to deal with air raids, power outages, and rationing.

    Nothing like PBS taking a good concept like the 1900's House and redoing it to death! I guess when these programs are all done PBS can start a new channel called PBS-Reality
     
  6. invaliduser88

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    Houston PBS axed Doctor Who a long time ago. :(
     
  7. jegrant

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    I wouldn't be shocked to see a PBS-Life or PBS-Reality at some point. Actually, it would be nice if PBS could produce a channel similar to the old "CBS Eye On People" aka "Discovery People" - something with a fair amount of documentary material.
     
  8. Lurker

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    "Digital-video-recording service TiVo Inc. and PBS have formed an alliance, and the partners’ first project will be promoting PBS’ Sept. 11 programming. The two companies plan to work together over six months to promote local PBS stations and to determine ways DVR services can promote public television. "

    Looks like PBS is taking a cue from the BBC. :eek:
     

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