Puppeteering during a pandemic takes practice – and patience.
To play Franklin Roosevelt in “Atlantic Crossing,” Kyle MacLachlan could have looked at dozens of award-winning performances. Instead, he leaned into Ken Burns’ documentary on “The Roosevelts” and pored over Doris Kearns Goodwin’s biography.
Filmmaker Ken Burns may not have lived the robust life of Ernest Hemingway but he found plenty to relate to while making “Hemingway,” a six-hour documentary on the celebrated author.
Rocky Boy's frustration at the officiating boiled over in Malta — an all-too-familiar feeling for Native basketball teams across Montana.
Produced by Dr. Henry Louis Gates Jr., the two-part documentary digs into the Black Church’s roots and how they go back before African ancestors crossed the ocean. In it, Legend details his journey.
“It is incredibly humbling,” Shalhoub says. “It really brings into sharp focus this sort of idea of the randomness of how I and my siblings ended up in the lives that we are in."
Before playing veterinarian James Herriot in the remake of “All Creatures Great and Small,” actor Nicholas Ralph read all of his books, visited the university archives in Glasgow and absorbed a biography his son wrote.
"The Great Pumpkin" never showed on broadcast TV this year, but after a deal with PBS, the Charlie Brown Thanksgiving and Christmas specials will return.
In movies and TV, Christie is the gift that keeps on murdering. “Death on the Nile,” from director/actor Kenneth Branagh, was set to open this month but shifted to December. A witty earlier version of it featured Peter Ustinov as Poirot, a role he also played in “Evil Under the Sun.”
"Seven Worlds, One Planet," "Bad Education," "Extraction" and more. Here's a curated collection of what's arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week.
And don't miss a new episode of 'The Blacklist.'
Jim Lehrer, the legendary debate moderator and former anchor of the "NewsHour" television program, died Thursday. He was 85.
In his last State of the State address, Montana Gov. Steve Bullock cast an eye back on his tenure in office, reflecting on passing some of his hallmark policies such as a pilot program for public preschool, and imploring lawmakers to continue a program he wants to see become a piece of his legacy — Medicaid expansion.
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A Montana woman is among 27 people now saying they were sexually harassed by former newsman Charlie Rose, as detailed in a lengthy investigation by The Washington Post published last Friday.
Veteran journalist Judy Woodruff has been around the political block a few times, having covered the topic nationally since 1976.
Watch and follow reactions live as President Donald Trump delivers the 2018 State of the Union.
"CBS This Morning" said three women at CBS have reported misconduct by Rose. The network said one didn't want details of her accusations made public, and all three requested anonymity. Rose has apologized for his actions.
The fourth season of PBS' "Finding Your Roots," which shares celebrities' ancestry and family stories as uncovered by impressive research and science, premieres Tuesday. Here's a look at some of the stars with standout stories that will be featured in coming episodes:
The Ken Burns documentary "The Vietnam War" debuts Sunday, Sept. 17, on PBS. The Billings Gazette conducted interviews with about 80 Montana V…
Montana PBS will screen a new documentary about Montana’s cowboy artist Charles M. Russell in seven locations across Montana in September and …
Montana resident and Nat Geo WILD executive producer Casey Anderson is featured in PBS’ new series "Great Yellowstone Thaw," which unveils the climate changes enveloping the nation’s iconic natural park and how its unusual temperature swings have created a new stage for survival.