New Yorkers of a certain age, myself proudly included, remember the HUGE TV set being rolled into our classrooms to watch Channel 13′s programs in the 60s. Black and white scientists told us about the … More »
Growing up in New York during the 80s to the mid-90s, Thirteen was a staple of my childhood. From Sesame Street, Mr. Rogers, Square One TV, Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? to Mystery!, … More »
Where do I start? Couldn’t do without your musical programs, your news and especially your British sit-coms and mysteries. Your programs follow the tenets of knowledge – scientific, artistic and practical.
I’m a member because of the programs. For me it’s about Bill Moyers, the Newshour and Frontline. Ocassionally the movies.
I have enjoyed the programs on 13 for many years. You make learning fun for the children and a bit entertaing for adults who watch these programs with them. I love Nature. I have learned … More »
David Van Buskirk
Our son, now age 44, was nurtured by Sesame Street and Mr. Rodgers from infancy. He still has wonderful memories of that experience. Where else could one discover programs such as Masterpiece Theater, Nature and … More »
Love 13 …been member many years iPad doesn’t allow me to take full advantage on line. Reason: NO ADOBE…NO FLASH!!!!! …not my fault….nor 13…nonsense contractural problem. Marilynof Bayside
Thanks for providing a cool, refreshing drink in the desert of content amongst hundreds of available channels.
My father, who came to the US from Cuba in the 60′s, always studied the language of a country before he visited it. In the late 70′s, he had the opportunity to visit Great Britain, … More »
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