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Tuesday, May 7th @ 10:00 on WGVU Public Television - PBS FRONTLINE and NPR investigate the history of U.S.-China trade relations and the current case for the Trump administration’s tariffs imposed on Chinese made products in the documentary Trump’s Trade War. WGVU talks with NPR correspondent,  Laura Sullivan, who visited China for an inside look at the trade divide. 

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Tuesday, May 7th @ 10:00 on WGVU Public Television - PBS FRONTLINE and NPR investigate the history of U.S.-China trade relations and the current case for the Trump administration’s tariffs imposed on Chinese made products in the documentary Trump’s Trade War.

WGVU talks with NPR’s correspondent who visited China for an inside look at the trade divide.

“President Trump has been about tariffs and the trade deficit and China for at least the past two decades.”

Laura Sullivan is correspondent for FRONTLINE and NPR’s film Trump’s Trade War.

WGVU-TV Presents Frontline: "The Last Survivors"

May 1, 2019
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PBS and FRONTLINE remembers Jewish Holocaust survivors and their families who were murdered at the hands of the Nazis,  as “The Last Survivors” offers a haunting look at how disturbing childhood experiences and unimaginable loss have affected the daily lives and relationships of some of the Holocaust’s youngest victims – from survivor’s guilt, to crises of faith and second-generation trauma. 

WGVU sat down with Last Survivors Director Arthur Cary for a conversation about the gripping documentary, and what viewers can expect. 

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Monday, April 15, FRONTLINE, Independent Lens and VOCES present Marcos Doesn’t Live Here Anymore. The film examines the U.S. immigration system through the lens of a decorated Marine veteran and her fight to reunite her family, after her undocumented husband is deported. WGVU talks with filmmaker David Sutherland.

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Monday, April 15th at 9:00pm on WGVU Public Television, PBS FRONTLINE explores the human cost of deportation in the film Marcos Doesn’t Live Here Anymore. WGVU talks with its filmmaker.

“Marcos, Elizabeth’s husband, having been deported from the United States in 2010, he’s an undocumented Mexican and he’s somebody that has had a misdemeanor record. He gets stopped at a yellow light and she’s a Marine war hero who’s very patriotic to the country.”

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Tuesday, February 12th @ 10:00pm on WGVU Public Television, PBS FRONTLINE and the Wall Street Journal investigate and expose problematic government hired physicians working in Native American reservation hospitals.

WGVU talks with Wall Street Journal reporter and FRONTLINE correspondent Christopher Weaver about Predator on the Reservation.

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Tuesday, January 22nd @ 10:00 on WGVU Public Television - PBS FRONTLINE and NPR investigate an aggressive lung disease impacting thousands of Appalachia coal miners. WGVU talks with NPR correspondent Howard Berkes about the documentary, Coal's Deadly Dust.

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Chances are you have a Facebook account. How has it impacted privacy and democracy? Tuesday, October 30th at 10 o’clock WGVU Public Television airs part II of FRONTLINE’s The Facebook Dilemma.

“It’s all about the company’s accountability.”

James Jacoby is producer and correspondent of FRONTLINE’s The Facebook Dilemma investigating a series of warnings to Facebook as the company grew from Mark Zuckerberg’s Harvard dorm room to a global empire tracking user habits.

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America is in the midst of a pension crisis: Around half of all states haven't saved nearly enough money to pay for the benefits they've promised to government workers - and the total shortage adds up to trillions of dollars. WGVU spoke with FRONTLINE correspondent, Martin Smith.

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Tuesday, October 23rd at 10:00 PM on WGVU Public Television, PBS FRONTLINE premiers, The Pension Gamble. It’s an investigation into how state governments have mismanaged public pensions creating a $4-trillion hole.

“Something like half the states are underfunded fairly seriously.”

In FRONTLINE’s The Pension Gamble, correspondent Martin Smith investigates Kentucky’s fight between lawmakers and public employees.

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