Sign up to be in the audience at tapings of the new PBS show The Third Rail with OZY, a half-hour debate program hosted by Carlos Watson. Tapings and broadcast begin Friday, September 8.
A sound collage as long as the peak duration of totality. Unfiltered awe and amazement, shared by people at the total eclipse’s start in Oregon, to its finish in South Carolina. Crowds cheer, crickets chirp, children call out “I can see the corona!”, and adults grasp for words.
See what shows are new to THIRTEEN Passport and what the most popular Passport programs are right now. New in THIRTEEN Passport Great Yellowstone Thaw American scientist Kirk Johnson journeys to America’s famous Yellowstone park to showcase some of nature’s …
Facebook Live tutorials with SciTechNow and NOVA: Eclipse Over America, using immersive CGI animation and stunning sequences of the eclipse itself.
Facets of her famous life still surprise today, especially in footage that has been made public the first time this year in Diana – Her Story, airing August 22 on PBS.
The Bite by Mike Colameco is the chef and host’s weekly news to keep you on top of New York City’s restaurants, greenmarkets, and timely culinary events.
This seven-part documentary from 2014 receives an encore broadcast in August.
Theater Close-Up re-airs the 2016 production of the late Sam Shepard’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Buried Child.
That’s right, New Yorkers. August sizzles on THIRTEEN, too! Here are the highlights of our broadcasts this month.
Ken Burns and Lynn Novick tell the story behind their most ambitious film to date: THE VIETNAM WAR, a 10-part, 18-hour documentary series on PBS.