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PBS NewsHour : How the Associated Press calls winners on election night

PBS NewsHour

How the Associated Press calls winners on election night

How the Associated Press calls winners on election night

Here and Now : Here & Now 2022 Election Special

Here and Now

Here & Now 2022 Election Special

An in-depth preview of Wisconsin's 2022 midterm elections.

Wisconsin Life : Hmong Wausau Festival

Wisconsin Life

Hmong Wausau Festival

Celebrate the Hmong Wausau Festival and meet a beekeeper, a macramé artist and farmers.

Antiques Roadshow : Election Collection

Antiques Roadshow

Election Collection

Watch political items across history from both sides, plus a $600K-$800K find!

PBS NewsHour : Translators remove barriers to voting for Indigenous people

PBS NewsHour

Translators remove barriers to voting for Indigenous people

How translators help remove barriers to voting for Indigenous communities

Why Race Matters : Civic Engagement and Representation

Why Race Matters

Civic Engagement and Representation

Angela speaks to an activist about hurdles to Black political participation.

Here and Now : Michael Wagner on Fights over Facts Before the 2022 Election

Here and Now

Michael Wagner on Fights over Facts Before the 2022 Election

Mike Wagner on impacts of disinformation on voting and connections to political violence.

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University Place : The Ho-Chunk Struggle Against Removal, 1828-1875

University Place

The Ho-Chunk Struggle Against Removal, 1828-1875

Stephen Kantrowitz explores the Ho-Chunk victory against forcible exile from Wisconsin.

Let's Grow Stuff : How to Plant Garlic

Let's Grow Stuff

How to Plant Garlic

Garlic is planted in fall before the ground freezes, and the process is very simple.

Why Race Matters : Art & Black Joy

Why Race Matters

Art & Black Joy

Artist Anwar Floyd-Pruitt talks art, identity and the importance of Black joy.

Here and Now : Don Millis on Certifying Wisconsin's 2022 Election Results

Here and Now

Don Millis on Certifying Wisconsin's 2022 Election Results

Don Millis on the 2022 vote and what's in store for the Wisconsin Elections Commission.

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PBS Short Film Festival : On All Fronts

PBS Short Film Festival

On All Fronts

Family member reveals personal experiences never shared before with their loved ones.

PBS Short Film Festival : Twice as Likely

PBS Short Film Festival

Twice as Likely

Why are Black infants twice as likely as White infants to die before their first birthday?

PBS Short Film Festival : Amplified Voices

PBS Short Film Festival

Amplified Voices

A community public mural project amplifies the voices of local artists.

PBS Short Film Festival : Osage Murders

PBS Short Film Festival

Osage Murders

A documentary focusing on the events that occurred on the Osage reservation in the 1920s.

PBS Short Film Festival : I'm Free, Now You Are Free

PBS Short Film Festival

I'm Free, Now You Are Free

A story about the reunion and repair between a formerly incarcerated political prisoner.

PBS Short Film Festival : Disrupted Borders

PBS Short Film Festival

Disrupted Borders

A coming-of-age story about two best friends living on the US-Mexico border.

PBS Short Film Festival : Ka Ho'i

PBS Short Film Festival

Ka Ho'i

A Hawaiian War Veteran grapples with the struggles of growing older.

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University Place : The Ho-Chunk Struggle Against Removal, 1828-1875

University Place

The Ho-Chunk Struggle Against Removal, 1828-1875

Stephen Kantrowitz explores the Ho-Chunk victory against forcible exile from Wisconsin.

PBS NewsHour : A Brief But Spectacular take on upholding Indigenous culture

PBS NewsHour

A Brief But Spectacular take on upholding Indigenous culture

A Brief But Spectacular take on Indigenous cultures and struggles

Tribal Histories : Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe History

Tribal Histories

Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe History

Educator and former tribal chairman Rick St. Germaine tells of the Ojibwe band's history.

PBS NewsHour : Why Native Americans are buying back ancestral land

PBS NewsHour

Why Native Americans are buying back ancestral land

Why Native Americans are buying back land that was stolen from them.

University Place : Indigenous Critique of Whiteness in Children’s Books

University Place

Indigenous Critique of Whiteness in Children’s Books

Debbie Reese discusses the Native American stereotypes portrayed in children’s books.

Indie Alaska : Pamyua, Alaska's most famous Inuit band | INDIE ALASKA

Indie Alaska

Pamyua, Alaska's most famous Inuit band | INDIE ALASKA

Pamyua is the Inuit soul music group from Alaska wow-ing audiences worldwide.

PBS Short Film Festival : Without a Whisper

PBS Short Film Festival

Without a Whisper

The untold untold story of how Indigenous women influenced the early suffragists.

Let's Grow Stuff : How to Plant Garlic

Let's Grow Stuff

How to Plant Garlic

Garlic is planted in fall before the ground freezes, and the process is very simple.

Around the Farm Table : Soil Sisters

Around the Farm Table

Soil Sisters

Inga visits with a grassroots network of women farmers in southwestern Wisconsin.

Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan : Omar Tate

Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan

Omar Tate

Omar Tate speaks to the culinary history of America and the legacy that drives his work.

University Place : Introduction to Foraging: 15 Common Wild Edibles

University Place

Introduction to Foraging: 15 Common Wild Edibles

Sam Thayer identifies common, edible, plants that are easy to find and delicious to eat.

Baking With Julia : Puff Pastry with Michel Richard

Baking With Julia

Puff Pastry with Michel Richard

Master chef Michel Richard bakes creative puff pastries for dinner and dessert.

Serving Up Science : Why Beer Foam is Amazing (and Underrated)

Serving Up Science

Why Beer Foam is Amazing (and Underrated)

Explore the science of beer foam! And for those skeptics, this is totally legit chemistry!

Wisconsin Hometown Stories : Brewed to Perfection

Wisconsin Hometown Stories

Brewed to Perfection

Stevens Point is home to one of the oldest breweries in the country.

University Place : The Ho-Chunk Struggle Against Removal, 1828-1875

University Place

The Ho-Chunk Struggle Against Removal, 1828-1875

Stephen Kantrowitz explores the Ho-Chunk victory against forcible exile from Wisconsin.

University Place : The Lake Mendota Dugout Canoe Discovery

University Place

The Lake Mendota Dugout Canoe Discovery

Wisconsin Historical Society archaeologists describe the recovery of an ancient canoe.

University Place : Raising Up Fatherhood, Raising Resilient Children

University Place

Raising Up Fatherhood, Raising Resilient Children

Alvin Thomas describes his lab's research in father-child relationships.

University Place : Designing for Inclusion and Equity in the City

University Place

Designing for Inclusion and Equity in the City

Edna Ely-Ledesma describes significant challenges faced by 21st century cities.

Wisconsin Hometown Stories : Wisconsin Hometown Stories: Stevens Point

Wisconsin Hometown Stories

Wisconsin Hometown Stories: Stevens Point

The history of Stevens Point is one of industry, innovation and cultural preservation.

Wisconsin Hometown Stories : Wisconsin Hometown Stories: Sauk Prairie

Wisconsin Hometown Stories

Wisconsin Hometown Stories: Sauk Prairie

The story of two villages in South Central Wisconsin from early beginnings to today.

Wisconsin Hometown Stories : Wisconsin Hometown Stories: Eau Claire

Wisconsin Hometown Stories

Wisconsin Hometown Stories: Eau Claire

The story of a city both shaped and empowered by the convergence of two rivers.

Wisconsin Hometown Stories : Wisconsin Hometown Stories: Neenah-Menasha

Wisconsin Hometown Stories

Wisconsin Hometown Stories: Neenah-Menasha

Film, archival images, and interviews illustrate the rich history of two Wisconsin cities.

Annika : Episode 2

Annika

Episode 2

Annika’s teenage daughter, Morgan, gets mixed up with suspects in a revenge slaying.

Miss Scarlet & The Duke : Episode 2

Miss Scarlet & The Duke

Episode 2

Eliza is hired to find a missing, valuable sketch by Charles Darwin.

Magpie Murders : Episode 2

Magpie Murders

Episode 2

Everyone he knew had reason to kill Alan Conway. Was his fatal fall actually murder?

Broadchurch : Episode 3PBS Wisconsin Passport

Broadchurch

Episode 3

The discovery of the murder scene leads to the arrest of a startling suspect.

Van der Valk : Episode 3: Payback in AmsterdamPBS Wisconsin Passport

Van der Valk

Episode 3: Payback in Amsterdam

When a prestigious cellist dies, the team delves into the city’s classical music scene.

Guilt : Episode 1PBS Wisconsin Passport

Guilt

Episode 1

In an Edinburgh cellar, two gunshots ring out. Max McCall is released from prison.

Endeavour : Episode 1: StrikerPBS Wisconsin Passport

Endeavour

Episode 1: Striker

Endeavour is tasked with guarding the life of a beloved football team’s star striker.

Quick Fit with Cassy : How to Increase Flexibility Using Yoga Blocks

Quick Fit with Cassy

How to Increase Flexibility Using Yoga Blocks

Simple tools can help you get more out of your workout.

This Old House : E4 | Atlanta Postmaster's House | Cardboard Kitchen

This Old House

E4 | Atlanta Postmaster's House | Cardboard Kitchen

The HVAC ducting is installed. The homeowners daughter creates a 3d tour of the house.

Two Cents : Games That Can Teach You About Money!

Two Cents

Games That Can Teach You About Money!

From Monopoly to video games, the tradition is more popular than ever!

Ask This Old House : E4 | Woodland Garden, Chimney Repairs | Ask This Old House

Ask This Old House

E4 | Woodland Garden, Chimney Repairs | Ask This Old House

Jenn plants a woodland garden; Mauro shows how to patch porcelain; Mark repairs a chimney.

University Place : Hello! Loom: Design, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

University Place

Hello! Loom: Design, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Marianne Fairbanks shares the handheld laser cut loom she designed.

The Best of Sewing with Nancy : Solving the Pattern Fitting Puzzle Part One

The Best of Sewing with Nancy

Solving the Pattern Fitting Puzzle Part One

Nancy Zieman teaches pattern fitting using her time-tested pivot and slide techniques.

Antiques Roadshow : Vintage Grand Rapids, Hour 1

Antiques Roadshow

Vintage Grand Rapids, Hour 1

Watch glorious Grand Rapids finds and guess which treasures have soared since 2008!

NOVA : Can Psychedelics Cure?

NOVA

Can Psychedelics Cure?

Psychedelics are unlocking new ways to treat conditions like addiction and depression.

University Place : Are Algal Blooms in Lakes Really Getting Worse?

University Place

Are Algal Blooms in Lakes Really Getting Worse?

Grace Wilkinson explores the surprising findings from lake algae research.

Nature : Running with the Beest

Nature

Running with the Beest

Follow the great wildebeest migration in East Africa, one of nature’s most amazing events.

America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston : Idaho: Tied to the Land

America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston

Idaho: Tied to the Land

Life on the frontier is evolving and Baratunde is in search of Idaho’s outdoor culture.

Expedition : Saudi Arabia: Expedition Volcanic Underworld

Expedition

Saudi Arabia: Expedition Volcanic Underworld

Follow a mission into the volcanic underworld in search of Arabia's longest lava tube.

POV : Wuhan Wuhan

POV

Wuhan Wuhan

Citizens in the city of Wuhan unite to grapple with a mysterious virus called COVID-19.

Vitals : CBD is Everywhere, But Who's Regulating It?

Vitals

CBD is Everywhere, But Who's Regulating It?

We dive deep into why the FDA is cracking down on CBD companies.

PBS Wisconsin Music & Arts : 2022 WSMA State Honors Band Concert

PBS Wisconsin Music & Arts

2022 WSMA State Honors Band Concert

Band students from across the state perform before a live audience in Overture Hall.

PBS Wisconsin Music & Arts : 2022 WSMA State Honors Jazz Concert

PBS Wisconsin Music & Arts

2022 WSMA State Honors Jazz Concert

High school jazz musicians from across the state perform at Madison’s Monona Terrace.

PBS Wisconsin Music & Arts : 2022 WSMA State Honors Orchestra Concert

PBS Wisconsin Music & Arts

2022 WSMA State Honors Orchestra Concert

Orchestra students gather in Madison for an unforgettable musical experience.

PBS NewsHour : 2022 WSMA State Honors Mixed Choir Concert

PBS NewsHour

2022 WSMA State Honors Mixed Choir Concert

Choir students from across Wisconsin gather in Madison for a rewarding musical experience.

PBS Wisconsin Music & Arts : 2022 WSMA State Honors Treble Choir Concert

PBS Wisconsin Music & Arts

2022 WSMA State Honors Treble Choir Concert

Choir students from all corners of the state perform in Madison’s Overture Hall.

Director's Cut : Director's Cut: Adam Krause and Eric Heuvelman

Director's Cut

Director's Cut: Adam Krause and Eric Heuvelman

Host Pete Schwaba interviews Adam Krause and Eric Heuvelman, of ``Gags the Clown.``

Craft in America : HOME Episode

Craft in America

HOME Episode

HOME visits artists whose environments are filled with meaning and metaphor