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In 1940, the Nazi war machine was racing across Europe. England was next. Winston Churchill knew conventional forces alone wouldn't defeat Hitler. So he created a secret unit of saboteurs and assassins.
Today at 1:00pm
Repeats at 7:00pm
Joel Sartore is a National Geographic contributing photographer and fellow. His latest project is to photograph the world's animals that are on the point of extinction. His goal is to document them before they disappear.
Today at 4:00pm
Repeats at 6:30pm
Today, a lot of jobs in manufacturing require increasingly technical skills. Now, some companies scrambling for skilled workers are launching education programs aimed at retraining existing employees for more technical work
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We are aware that some Comcast/Xfinity customers have lost access to local radio stations in the upper 900 channels, particularly KQED 88.5 Public Radio on channel 960. Comcast has begun another system-wide upgrade of their equipment. It is our understanding that late last year some Xfinity customers received notices along with their bills that, in […]
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