Most PBS stations recently aired the excellent 60-minute, Jane Pauley-narrated documentary JFK: Breaking the News. Produced by Dallas PBS affiliate KERA, this you-are-there documentary uses rare live footage from KERA to recreate in vivid fashion what those fateful hours were like. It is one of the best documentaries on the subject I have seen. And I was gladdened to note that it is available now on DVD, according to an announcement during the program's end credits. Unfortunately, there's a catch: A long search at ShopPBS.org didn't turn up the title. Turns out it is available, at the moment apparently, only through KERA in Dallas. And it's yours for a "gift donation" of only $100 ($150 for a special combo pack featuring the book of the same title). While I have the utmost respect for PBS and its affiliate stations, I would prefer not to make yet another "gift donation" to any PBS station (my own KCET-Channel 28 gets money enough from me each year). A Google search turned up no other vendors. So I guess I'm out of luck for now, huh?