Did you know that jazz legend John Coltrane lived and created the musical masterpiece “A Love Supreme” in Long Island? Find out what’s being done to restore Coltrane’s historic Dix Hills home and how you can help rebuild it. Aired on July 21, 2017 & February 5, 2018.
A new PBS series “We’ll Meet Again,” explores significant historic events that have shaped America and its citizens, capturing the stories of people and documenting their dramatic reunions. The new documentary series is reported and executive produced by award-winning journalist Ann Curry. Curry joins us to share her own family reunion story and preview the series. Aired on February 5, […]
Dueling Russian memos look at the inner workings of the FBI’s investigation. Mayor Bill de Blasio faces tough questions in Albany about the New York City’s deteriorating subway system. And another possible government shutdown is just days away. Metro Papers columnist, Ellis Henican, is here with the latest. Aired on February 5, 2018.
It’s a victory on Second Avenue! Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, the congressional leader behind the new subway line, is here to share her vision for addressing and improving our failing infrastructure. How would you grade President Trump on leadership? Steve Adubato, PhD., Emmy award-winning news anchor and author of “Lessons in Leadership,” is here with his assessment. PBS seeks an answer to the […]
How would you grade President Trump on leadership? Steve Adubato, PhD., Emmy award-winning news anchor and author of “Lessons in Leadership,” is here with his assessment. Aired on February 2, 2018.
It’s a victory on Second Avenue! Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, the congressional leader behind the new subway line, is here to share her vision for addressing and improving our failing infrastructure. Aired on February 2, 2018.
Sexual harassment has been at the forefront of the national conversation, and is affecting both women and men from all generations. In a new five-part series, “#MeToo, Now What,” PBS examines the various aspects of sexual harassment and the #MeToo movement. Hosted by Zainab Salbi, founder of Women for Women International, the series will take the discussion further, engaging people […]
This year, Harlem’s famed Apollo Theater celebrates its 80th anniversary. For Black History Month, the Apollo’s Billy Mitchell, in-house historian and director of tours, and Ade Williams, associate director of community programs, take us on a virtual walk through the iconic artistic treasure. Aired on February 1, 2018.
From his computer at home, data scientist Ben Wellington has changed the way we pay for everything from MetroCards to cabs in New York. Find out how he’s using public information to take on New York City’s problems and save you money at the same time. Aired on February 1, 2018.