Ken Burns talks with Tom Stewart about his new film on the life of Jackie Robinson and recounts the personal history that’s led to his over forty-year career as a filmmaker. We learn about the elements that comprise his style, what he refers…
WNET Vice President of Programming Stephen Segaller sets the stage for our month-long celebration of Shakespeare’s Legacy which features many hours of special programming plus numerous online features at thirteen.org/shakespeare. Programs include Shakespeare Uncovered and The Hollow Crown. Stephen also shares a…
Stanley Nelson, director of The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution in a discussion of the film led by WNET’s Rafael PiRoman recorded live at the Apollo Theater in New York. Panelists include former Black Panther Party members Kathleen Cleaver,…
Michael Kantor, Executive Producer of “American Masters” on PBS discusses the documentary film creative process and previews the 30th anniversary season of the multi-award winning biographical series.
Hillary Sieber, Producer of “The Chatterbox”, a PBS Digital Studios production in association with WLIW, shares her insights about putting together an intergenerational exploration of pop culture and technology.
David Horn, Executive Producer of Great Performances talks about his extensive career and the many luminaries he’s worked with in performing arts programming for public media.
Ellen Doherty, Executive Producer of the PBS Kids program, Cyberchase, takes us behind the scenes of the popular and influential animated series.
Dave Brown, Executive Producer of WNET’s MetroFocus, shares stories from his long career in multi-media news production and highlights the launch of MetroFocus as a multi-platform daily news and public affairs program.
Fred Kaufman, Executive Producer of “Nature” takes us behind the scenes for an in depth look at this public television mainstay, now entering its 34th season.
Veteran producer Mike Kostel fills us in on the 2015 seven hour marathon broadcast of “American Graduate Day” originating from the Tisch WNET Studios at Lincoln Center in New York City.