The film The Four Sons and All Their Sons moves from an actual Seder to the famous story in art, words, and music over the centuries. What twists on the tale have arrived at your Passover table?
The documentary They Played for Their Lives portrays how young musicians were able to survive ghettos and concentration camps, using music to strengthen spirits, and also as a bargaining tool.
See Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise, and more. THIRTEEN has started digitizing its broadcast archives, allowing THIRTEEN members to enjoy the programs online for the first time.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) provides funding to all public broadcasting, including THIRTEEN. See its reach across America, and watch the most famous defense of its funding, by Fred Rogers of Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood.
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.
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.
The iconic singer Tom Jones performs with special guest and Grammy winner Alison Krauss. Jones performs signature songs “Delilah,” “It’s Not Unusual,” “Green, Green Grass of Home,” “Kiss” and “Thunderball,” as well as new material from his recent albums. This …
Filmed live at the Arena Stage, The Originalist centers on Antonin Scalia, the brilliant and polarizing Supreme Court Justice, his liberal clerk, and an incendiary case.
On the verge of delivering her first child, Victoria spurns advice and ventures among her subjects, attracting the devoted and demented alike. Miss Skerrett and Francatelli reach their decisive moment.
Programs with a focus on women, plus Theater Close-Up: The Originalist; Against All Odds: The Fight for A Black Middle Class; Dead Reckoning: War Crime and Justice from World War II to the War on Terror, and more in March.