Don’t miss Robert Costa’s last two Friday nights as moderator of Washington Week. His last broadcast is January 1, 2021 at 8pm. He departs to co-write a book with journalist Bob Woodward.
These 14 educators have fresh ideas that open new worlds for their students; a bold teaching style that creates joyful learning environments; and a commitment to social justice that pushes the field of education to become more equitable.
Laura Ingalls Wilder, the author of the Little House books that inspired the television series, is featured on American Masters.
In-depth reporting on COVID-19 news, including what it’s like to get a vaccine and building trust in the vaccine among minorities in New Jersey.
December concerts, holiday and Christmas music, and a Call the Midwife special, plus a unity concert featuring Anna Deavere Smith on New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day Celebration from Vienna.
In-depth reporting on COVID-19 news. Building trust for the coronavirus vaccine, and what populations are a priority.
Ledisi pays tribute to Nina Simone in her first PBS special.
City Hall (2020) by Frederick Wiseman premieres December 22 at 9:30 p.m. The New York Times placed the documentary at Number 2 on its Top 10 list of Best Movies of 2020.
In-depth reporting on COVID-19 news, including new CDC guidelines for “universal mask-wearing” outside the home.
Seneca Falls is the possible model for the Bedford Falls setting of Frank Capra’s holiday film classic, It’s a Wonderful Life.