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Louisa May Alcott: The Woman Behind Little Women

Louisa May Alcott was no little woman, and her life was no children's book. Louisa May Alcott's story is as full of incident, surprise, and heroism as any plot she invented. This first film biography of the beloved author of Little Women stars Elizabeth Marvel (House of Cards) in a detailed portrait that replaces the image of a New England spinster with a living, breathing, modern woman.
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2017; 2009
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Agatha Christie

Only the Bible has sold more than the roughly four billion copies of Agatha Christie's novels. Her books have been translated into over 100 languages, and her creations are some of the most recognized literary characters.This program documents Christie's life, from her time working as a nurse during World War I, to the 11-day disappearance in 1926, to the strained relationships she shared with her creations.
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2017; 2011
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August Wilson: The Ground on Which I Stand

Explore the life and legacy of August Wilson, the playwright some call America's Shakespeare, who chronicled the 20th-century black experience. Features James Earl Jones, Phylicia Rashad, Laurence Fishburne, Viola Davis, new dramatic readings and rare footage.
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2017; 2015
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Society's Response to Suicide

Professor of psychiatry and author Kay Redfield Jamison explains that, ". . . society has a vested interest in keeping people from killing themselves." Dr. Jamison adds that it's important to ". . . make it easier for people to talk about depression, about anxiety, about eating disorders, about alcoholism, about drug abuse problems."
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2015; 2011