Singer-songwriter author, poet and actor, Willie Nelson rose to national stardom during the outlaw country movement of the 1970s, but has remained both a musical and cultural icon through the decades. Since their inception in 1970, Asleep at the Wheel has won nine Grammy Awards, released more than 20 studio albums and have charted more than 20 singles on Billboard’s country charts. Tonight these country legends grace the Austin City Limits stage performing songs from their newest release, Willie and the Wheel.
Probe one of the nation’s most polarizing issues and a key topic in the 2012 election: immigration. The three-part series presents contemporary stories of immigrants — legal and illegal — and those who confront them, help them, employ them and craft legislation that affects them. Ray Suarez, senior PBS NewsHour correspondent, narrates.
Chris Morgan explores the world of black bears caught in the crossroads of urban development in Anchorage and the wilderness, and he journeys north 610-miles from Denali to Prudhoe Bay along the only Alaskan highway to reach the Arctic.
All Rock 'n Roll: Is this the Bob Dylan guitar that changed rock music forever? Autographs from the Beatles' Miami concert - are they real? And, did Frank Zappa create this collage? Find out on the Season 10 premiere of History Detectives!