Episode Premieres Wednesday, March 27 at 10 p.m. on PBS (check local listings) King Arthur’s legacy portraits him as a Dark Ages hero. But Secrets of the Dead: King Arthur’s Lost Kingdom gives great insight into the lives of the Brittons, Angles and Saxons, and what archaeology reveals about them. The program constructs a map […]
Mystery Man investigates Ivy Frost and other pulp favorites.
Life-Wire News Service had a spectacular first full year. Here are our most popular stories of 2016. 1- Koko Gets Her PBS Close-Up Our crew reviewed the PBS/BBC documentary Koko: The Gorilla Who Talks. Koko lives at the Gorilla Foundation with Penny Patterson, who taught her sign language. -Anthony Pabon 2- Living with Down Syndrome: Eric
Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy star as Stan Dee and Ollie Dum. They live with the Old Woman in the Shoe and are trying to save Little Bo Peep from marrying Silas Barnaby, the heartless landlord. In the end everyone unites with the Wooden Soldiers to fight him and the Bogeymen.
The documentary is a really intriguing mystery of his days in Arles, answering the questions – was the story of his ear a fake, and who was the mystery girl ‘Rachel’
From the time he was a young boy, Darius McCollum was fascinated by trains. The trains were his hiding spot to get away from his troubles. But when he took it upon himself to steal trains, he became infamous.
Koko, the gorilla, is the ‘lovable’ subject of new documentary, premiering August 3, 8 ET on PBS. (Check local listings.)
The PBS/BBC co-production about the ‘talking gorilla’ delves into her life learning sign language from her trainer, Penny Patterson.
I have been to many coffee houses, but the Fab Cup is very good. The coffee is very smooth. We visited recently to check it out. Please enjoy our review with myself, Anthony DiFato and Joseph Jones, hosted by the lovely Dolores Palermo. – Joseph Padalino with Edward Gregory for Life-Wire News Service.