You Must Hear This: Chance the Rapper Covers “Arthur’s Theme”

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When I first heard that Chance the Rapper sang a rendition of "Arthur's theme" at the Sasquatch! Music Festival in Portland, I got all misty-eyed and thought of the great Christopher Cross songs of my youth – "Think of Laura," "Sailing," "Ride Like the Wind" and whatnot– I was a bit of a wussy, you know. Loved that stuff. Listened to it and cried ... See the Rest

Sad Screen Grab OTD: Philip Seymour Hoffman Guest Stars on the PBS Cartoon Arthur


  And the animators NAILED IT. ... See the Rest

Gary Carr Adds Color to Downton Abbey


The word went out that Downton Abbey was looking to cast a "musician (singer) at an exclusive club in the 1920s. He's black and very handsome. A real man (not a boy) with charm and charisma." And they found their man. Gary Carr , who has appeared in a number of British television series, has been cast as the recurring character, musician Jack ... See the Rest

Downton Abbey to Explore Race Relations

Jim Carter, Elizabeth McGovern, Sophie McShera, Rob James-Collier, Joanne Froggatt and Hugh Bonneville, from the hit British show 'Downton Abbey', promote their upcoming season on the 'Today' show in NYC

Downton Abbey is on the hunt for a black actor to play musician Jack Ross for a storyline on race relations in the 1920s. The casting calls for an attractive real man (not a boy), who has a wow factor. If they are looking for a good-looking brotha, they must be up to some antics and I can't wait to see who they pair him with. Lady Edith perhaps? ... See the Rest

We’re Getting a Season 4!


I am so freakin' THRILLED! It's been confirmed that we are indeed getting a season four of the acclaimed series  Downton Abbey. The characters are still unknown; the word is that Lady Mary and her hubby, Cousin Matthew, might not be returning but how could they NOT? Right now, I will take what I can get and won't believe anything until it's been ... See the Rest

Flashback 1969: Mr Rogers Defends PBS

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From the YouTube description: "In 1969, Fred Rogers appeared before the United States Senate Subcommittee on Communications. His goal was to support funding for PBS and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, in response to significant proposed cuts by President Nixon." And when you hear his voice again, you'll just want to cry. Oh, if only Mr ... See the Rest

Mr Rogers’ Mind Garden


An auto-tuned version of the children's TV host being that way he had of being (and looking a bit satanic at moments), produced by PBS Digital Studios. We'd been resisting posting this for a couple of days, but it's a slow day here at the WOW Report. And it turns out to be irresistible after all. ... See the Rest