Recorded live at The Public Theater’s
Free Shakespeare in the Park, this
modern interpretation of Shakespeare’s
romantic classic with an all-black cast
features Danielle Brooks and
Grantham Coleman.

Friday,
August 14 • 9PM

Much Ado
About Nothing

Tom and Jeff build a section of a
coffered ceiling. Jenn watches as
local granite is cut to size. Richard
reviews the complex septic system
as it goes in. In Ohio, Kevin learns
how the interior doors are built.
Back in Westerly, a door is installed.

Saturday,
August 15 • 9:30AM

Westerly:
The Doors

Heath replaces a standard toggle
switch with a reproduction antique
push button switch to match the
rest of the house; Ross travels to
Albany, New York to explore ways to
make drilling for and installing
geothermal heat pumps more
affordable for average homeowners.

Saturday,
August 15 • 10AM

Switch/Affordable
Geothermal

By June 1944, there are signs on
both sides of the world that the tide
of the war is turning. On D-Day, a
million and a half Allied troops
embark on the invasion of France.
In the Pacific, the island hopping
campaign is underway, with the enemy
determined to defend to the death
every piece of territory they hold.

Click On or Tap On
this image to stream

Pride of
Our Nation

Click on or tap on this image to watch a collection of films and specials curated and updated regularly
by PBS, that are focused on issues of race, and racism in America.

Learn About
Race & Racism in
America...