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The Thursday Playlist: Hannibal, Parks X 2, Don't Rain on Glee's Parade

Could it be that NBC has produced a keeper in the deliciously creepy Hannibal? We shouldn't break out the proverbial Chianti just yet; the early returns have been modest, to put it mildly, but in this tough-for-NBC time period (Thursday, 10/9c) that… Read more

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Junger: Instead of Jobs, Soldiers Offered Lifelong Disability
04:25 — Veteran War Correspondent and author of “Tribe,” Sebastian Junger, responds to Veteran Affairs Security comparison of health care lines to Disney Worl (more…)
How Society Can Better Serve Vets With PTSD
06:06 — Author and veterans advocate Sebastian Junger joins Morning Joe to discuss his new book 'Tribe,' which looks at PTSD for returning U.S. troops.
The Perfect Storm - Official Trailer
01:29 — It's Halloween, 1991. Near Gloucester, Massachusetts, the six members of the Andrea Gail, a swordfishing boat, head out to sea for their last trip of (more…)
Restrepo
00:27 — A year with one platoon in the deadliest valley in Afghanistan.

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Mon May 30 9:00pm
TED TalksWar and PeaceNew(Season 1, Episode 2) PBS

The impact of war is discussed by former Marine-turned-actor Adam Driver; journalist Sebastian Junger; Albert Einstein Institution executive director Jamila Raqib; humanitarian Samantha Nutt; and Christianne Boudreau, whose son died fighting for ISIS in Sy (more…)

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Tue May 31 2:00am
TED TalksWar and Peace(Season 1, Episode 2) PBS

The impact of war is discussed by former Marine-turned-actor Adam Driver; journalist Sebastian Junger; Albert Einstein Institution executive director Jamila Raqib; humanitarian Samantha Nutt; and Christianne Boudreau, whose son died fighting for ISIS in Sy (more…)

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Sat Jun 4 9:00pm
TED TalksWar and Peace(Season 1, Episode 2) PBS

The impact of war is discussed by former Marine-turned-actor Adam Driver; journalist Sebastian Junger; Albert Einstein Institution executive director Jamila Raqib; humanitarian Samantha Nutt; and Christianne Boudreau, whose son died fighting for ISIS in Sy (more…)

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