Among the many businesses and organizations that were destroyed on 9/11 was the technical heart of Thirteen/WNET — the broadcasting equipment of New York City’s PBS station was located in the North Tower of the World Trade Center.
Follow the journey of five students throughout their education, from 2003 to 2016 in Time for School; Shaquille O’Neal is one of the many education advocates who share their models for success on American Graduate Day on September 17; new documentaries from Frontline and NOVA and more.
STOP THE PRESSES! And check out these ladyfingers!
Former THIRTEEN President & CEO Bill Baker reflects on THIRTEEN’s responses and losses on September 11, 2001, the day terrorists attacked its home city. On July 11, 2001, WNET celebrated the installation of its first digital transmitter on Tower One …
It’s Quarter Finals Week y’all! Time to step it up!
“It seems a pity to miss such a good pudding.” ~Violet Grantham, AKA The Dow G This week’s Showstopper Challenge, the Charlotte Russe, is a dessert that played an important part in Downton Abbey history.
August 11 is Presidential Joke Day. Take a break from this serious election season with four entertaining moments our presidents have provided in national debates, diplomacy, panel discussions and State of the Union addresses
This episode gave us a metaphor for the ages: As you travel through life, do everything you can to avoid a soggy bottom. That is all.
“ONCE A PRESIDENT gets to The White House, the only audience that is left that really matters is history,” said Pulitzer Prize-winning author and presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin. From August 8 through 22, THIRTEEN revisits the stories of six 20th century …
After watching our bakers use those ice cream machines for the Showstopper Challenge, I now want one! Here’s the latest on what went down in Episode 5, and how I challenged myself to conquer new recipes.