THE WNET Group celebrates its volunteers, including nine who have spent 10 to 45 years helping public media educate, inform, entertain and inspire.
An interview with New Yorker Deirdre MacGuire, who has volunteered for The WNET Group for 45 years, about her favorite public media projects and programs.
Earth Emergency is a new film that looks at how humans are setting off dangerous warming loops. Richard Gere narrates and interviewees include The Dalai Lama and Greta Thunberg.
Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden is profiled on Treasures of New York, revealing its history as a sailors’ retirement home and more.
A four-hour series on Benjamin Franklin, revolutionary and inventor, is the latest Ken Burns film and begins April 4. Walter Isaacson is one of the many scholars interviewed and voice actors include Mandy Patinkin, Carolyn McCormick, Josh Lucas, Paul Giamatti and Liam Neeson.
Stream all of Ken Burns’ films on the American experience, the lives of icons, and the wars that took lives away.
PBS NewsHour will provide live coverage of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearing on March 21, 23, and 24. Stream here or watch broadcast on WLIW World.
The Ukrainian President Zelenskyy transformed from comedic actor to wartime leader of a nation. A special on March 18 focuses on his unusual story.
The Youth Collective tapped the YouTube creators for its Changemaker Award, to be given at its summit in April.
Medics in the Australian series Royal Flying Doctor Service work out in the open. The drama begins March 12 and streams on-demand with THIRTEEN Passport.
After a devastating flood in 1966, artists and art lovers helped the Italian city Florence recover. When the World Answered is their story.
THIRTEEN will broadcast President Biden’s State of the Union address live at 9pm on March 1, with commentary and analysis by PBS NewsHour starting at 8pm.
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The fascinating story of what everyone is wearing is told in new American Experience documentary, “Riveted: The History of Jeans.”
New York’s State Budget Address for will be broadcast and streamed live on Thirteen. Gov. Kathy Hochul will announce details of State programs and the surplus in the budget.