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Call the Midwife

This moving, intimate, funny and true-to-life series, based on the best-selling memoirs of the late Jennifer Worth, tells colorful stories of midwifery and families in London's East End in the 1950s. Jenny Lee, a young woman raised in the wealthy English countryside, has chosen to become a nurse and now, as a newly qualified midwife, has gone to work in the poorest area of the city. Attached to an order of nursing nuns at Nonnatus House, Jenny is part of a team of women who minister to expectant mothers, many of whom give birth at home in appalling conditions.

Independent Lens

This acclaimed Emmy Award-winning anthology series features documentaries and a limited number of fiction films united by the creative freedom, artistic achievement and unflinching visions of their independent producers. INDEPENDENT LENS features unforgettable stories about a unique individual, community or moment in history. The series is supported by interactive companion Web sites and national publicity and community engagement campaigns.

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Current affairs from across the Pacific Northwest, hosted by award-winning journalist Deborah Wang.

Ask the Governor

Governor Jay Inslee questioned by KCTS 9's Enrique Cerna, citizen participants and Washington residents.

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Writing an American Story: Playwright Yussef El Guindi

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Roadblocks for Women in Tech

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Creating Julia: UW Professor Helps Sesame Street Create a Character With Autism

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