Watch the Emmy Award-winning 1968 documentary from THIRTEEN’s Public Broadcasting Laboratory series, which aired days after Dr. King’s assassination.
On Wednesday, January 5 at 1pm, THIRTEEN will broadcast the New York Governor Kathy Hochul’s State of the State address live.
Betty White was 96 years old when she appeared in her PBS documentary tribute. White was the first woman to produce a national TV show, to star in a sitcom, to receive an Emmy nomination – and the first woman to ever appear on television.
The new film Ailey is a portrait of the legendary choreographer who died in 1989 and whose company remains world famous.
A new film looks at democracy’s ideals and flaws, cycles of civil rights progress and backlash, shifting voter rights and rules, and more.
A new film portrays the first Jewish community formed in a Muslim country in centuries, and a Torah scroll dedicated to the founder of the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Christmas and Chanukah-themed episodes of Sesame Street, Alma’s Way, Curious George, Arthur and more on Kids Thirteen.
They Survived Together is a documentary about a Jewish family that escaped the Krakow Ghetto in World War II.
Powell, a City College graduate, was born and raised in New York City, and conducted many official duties in his home city, including at the United Nations and Governors Island.
A mythologized disability icon, Keller had a decades-long career and controversies included her support of socialism and her changing positions on eugenics.
Bronx talents are a big part of the PBS Kids show, Alma’s Way, about a Puerto Rican girl, her family, and friends in The Bronx. One is Sonia Manzano, who created the animated series.
The actress on Singin’ in the Rain, West Side Story, career challenges and the new documentary about her life and career.
For the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attack on the U.S., THIRTEEN airs new films about the losses and investigations, starting in August.
The new four-part documentary shows how Muhammad Ali challenged racial prejudice and religious bias in the U.S. and inspired people all over the world.
THIRTEEN will air the live broadcast of the new governor’s address, which also will livestream at thirteen.org/live in the New York City metropolitan region.