Volunteers at THIRTEEN

April 27, 2017

Thirteen/WNET recognizes and celebrates the individuals who offer hands-on, day-to-day support to departments throughout the station during National Volunteer Week. Volunteers donated more than 6,000 hours during the last calendar year to Thirteen/WNET. Three volunteers are marking their 40th year of service. Continue reading

Treasures of New York: Chautauqua

April 24, 2017

The Chautauqua Institution was founded 135 years ago in a remote corner of Western New York as a place of learning, renewal and inspiration. Chautauqua has always been — and continues to be — unique. It is a true utopia,…

Religious Life and History Broadcasts in April

April 3, 2017

April ushers in major religious holidays for Jewish and Christian celebrants. In Judaism, Passover is observed April 10 through April 17. Christianity observes Good Friday on April 14 and the celebration of Easter on April 16. THIRTEEN offers a diverse schedule of broadcasts to share stories of community and faith and legacy, and also, to remember the horrific genocide against Jews in the Holocaust of World War II. Continue reading

Thirteen Reasons People Support Thirteen

March 16, 2017

From learning what emotions are with Daniel the Tiger to de-mystifying math with Cyberchase, to discovering little known facts on Nature and Antiques Roadshow, to listening to experts respectfully disagree on MetroFocus and PBS NewsHour — everyone can grow with Thirteen. We not only produce high-quality programming seen by 4.4 million viewers monthly, we’re also part of your community. Continue reading

Do Not Duplicate

March 13, 2017

Locksmith, keymaker and safecracker Phil Mortillaro is a decades-long fixture in New York’s West Village. Premieres Thursday, March 16 at 10:30pm on THIRTEEN. Watch the documentary Do Not Duplicate online.

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