Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month With PBS Wisconsin

September 14, 2020

Every year since 1988, Congress has recognized Sept. 15 through Oct. 15 as National Hispanic Heritage Month, highlighting the impact…

Sneak A Peek At September’s New On-Air Programs

August 31, 2020

Whether you love watching the twists and turns of a good European whodunit or you want to travel to the…

Q&A: Emily Graslie, Host of ‘Prehistoric Road Trip’

May 23, 2020

Fossilized bacteria, paleobotany and a T-Rex named Sue are just a few fascinating elements of America’s prehistory that will be…

Q&A: Tia Nelson on new Gaylord Nelson Education Resource

April 14, 2020

PBS Wisconsin Education has released a new Wisconsin Biographies story titled, Gaylord Nelson: A Vision for the Earth. Wisconsin Biographies is…

Q&A – New PBS Wisconsin Education Wisconsin Biographies: Milly Zantow: Recycling Revolutionary

March 3, 2020

PBS Wisconsin Education has released a new Wisconsin Biographies story titled Milly Zantow: Recycling Revolutionary. The Wisconsin Biographies series is a…

Q&A: Deborah Blum, The Poison Squad on American Experience

January 27, 2020

In the newest episode of American Experience, Deborah Blum‘s acclaimed book The Poison Squad comes to life. Tune in 8…

Look to the stars: Summer of Space is here!

June 25, 2019

As we near the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing on July 20, 1969, PBS brings viewers the…

Tune In: “Breakthrough” presents Ideas That Changed The World

May 2, 2019

Through incredible, lesser-known stories of familiar history, the PBS series Breakthrough – The Ideas That Changed the World captures the secrets of…