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On March 24, the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) honored nine APT-distributed programs with a total of 11 Daytime Emmy nominations.Read More»
The host of Mexico - One Plate of a Time was awarded the 2016 Julia Child Award for making significant contributions to the way America cooks, eats and drinks.
The Wall Street Journal named the Australian drama A Place To Call Home as one of the best television shows of 2015. Seasons 1 & 2 are available now on public television, so check your local listings to watch this "impossibly addictive series." Read More»
Children who witness war and conflict grow up far too quickly, and often with debilitating side effects. SEPTEMBER'S CHILDREN, narrated by award-winning CNN anchor Judy Woodruff, focuses on the effect of war and terrorism on children. More importantly, it offers valuable insights into alleviating their emotional trauma. The program brings to life the searing events of September 11th through the eyes of students at Public School 234 in New York City, the elementary school closest to Ground Zero on 9/11. The production also travels to war zones including Afghanistan, Israel and Gaza, where teachers, parents and mental health workers are using innovative techniques to treat the emotional havoc war and violence inflict on children.