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‘Hidden Canary Islands,’ ‘Food Forward’ Series Among Programs Streaming on PBS Living Channel in November

Three programs launch on the PBS Living Prime Video Channel in November — the documentary Hidden Canary Islands, the series “Food Forward,” and the concert film Tom Lehrer: Live in Copenhagen.

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Streaming starting Nov. 5 is Hidden Canary Islands, in which viewers explore the eight islands of Spain with travel journalist Peter Greenberg. These small islands feature a continent’s worth of landscapes, climates and stories. CBS News Travel Editor Greenberg explores the Spanish islands of El Hierro, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, La Gomera, La Graciosa, Lanzarote, La Palma and Tenerife. 

Streaming starting Nov. 8 is the concert film Tom Lehrer: Live in Copenhagen. The film features a concert given by the noted musician and satirist. Lehrer spent his brief, yet remarkable music career writing and performing parody songs that entertained millions. Biting, intelligent and socially conscious, his songs were intimate commentaries on society and politics in the 1960s. This special, originally filmed for Danish television in 1967, features 17 of his best-known songs, including “The Elements” and “The Vatican Rag.” 

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Streaming starting Nov. 26 are 14 episodes of “Food Forward.” The series helps viewers learn about new ways humans can safely produce food without threatening the air we breathe, the water we drink and the soil under our feet. “Food Forward” showcases innovators and pioneers — food rebels — transforming the way we grow and eat our food. Viewers meet farmers, chefs, teachers, scientists, fishermen and ranchers in more than 50 cities across the country who are all providing new solutions to help combat America’s growing food challenges. Each episode incorporates beautiful cinematography, clever animation, cooking segments and original music videos. 

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