Quarantine has made it easier than ever to give in to procrastination. But, luckily, PBS has just what you need to put your brain cells to work again.
While the formal tone of the American broadcaster has served many stand-up comics, it’s undeniable that PBS holds one of the biggest quality TV archives in the world. And guess what? It’s making a substantial part of it available for free.
Thanks to the initiative, you can now stream 179 full documentaries on a wide range of topics, from music and architecture to finance and antiquity.
Do you feel like learning about the legendary queen Cleopatra, who ruled the Egyptian empire? Or perhaps finding more on Facebook’s business model? Then start watching – the whole selection is now available through the PBS Video app for your Roku, Apple TV, Samsung Smart TV, Fire TV Stick, phone or tablet.
Browse the wide selection and start streaming for free.
However, PBS is not the only organization to provide relief in the times of social distancing. Apple Books is giving away both classics and modern novels and Audible is streaming a free selection of kids’ audiobooks.