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Let's Grow Stuff : Make a Bee Hotel!

Let's Grow Stuff

Make a Bee Hotel!

Insects like pollinators can benefit from having a bee hotel in your yard.

Director's Cut : Director's Cut Wisconsin Film Festival Edition

Director's Cut

Director's Cut Wisconsin Film Festival Edition

Preview the films people will be buzzing about at the annual festival in Madison.

American Masters : Amy Tan: Unintended Memoir

American Masters

Amy Tan: Unintended Memoir

The story of the author of the “The Joy Luck Club.”

PBS Wisconsin Originals : Sifting and Winnowing and Film Burning

PBS Wisconsin Originals

Sifting and Winnowing and Film Burning

Hidden camera footage reveals footage exposing housing discrimination in 1962 Madison.

FRONTLINE : The Virus That Shook The World (Part One)

FRONTLINE

The Virus That Shook The World (Part One)

The epic story of how people around the world lived through the year of the pandemic.

PBS Wisconsin Music & Arts : Wisconsin Young Artists Compete: The Final Forte 2021

PBS Wisconsin Music & Arts

Wisconsin Young Artists Compete: The Final Forte 2021

Students in the Bolz Young Artist Competition perform at Madison's Overture Hall.

Why Race Matters : Women and Barriers After Incarceration

Why Race Matters

Women and Barriers After Incarceration

A discussion of the overrepresentation of Black women in Wisconsin's correctional system.

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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.

Wisconsin Foodie : A Pig in a Fur Coat | Tenutas

Wisconsin Foodie

A Pig in a Fur Coat | Tenutas

Pig in a Fur Coat chef Daniel Bonanno is inspired by his Italian roots and time at Tenuta.

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Here and Now : Covid-19 Vaccines for 12-to-15-Year Olds

Here and Now

Covid-19 Vaccines for 12-to-15-Year Olds

Dr. James Conway discusses the FDA go ahead of C-19 vaccines for children 12 and older.

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First Nations Stories

PBS NewsHour : U.S. Native communities see COVID-19 as existential threat

PBS NewsHour

U.S. Native communities see COVID-19 as existential threat

Native communities have been hit hard by COVID-19 -- and fear for their survival

Tribal Histories : Mole Lake Ojibwe History

Tribal Histories

Mole Lake Ojibwe History

Tribal elder Fred Ackley shares stories of the Mole Lake Band of Lake Superior Chippewa.

University Place : Native American Foodways

University Place

Native American Foodways

Laura Manthe and Lea Zeise share the origins and traditions of the Ohe*láku cooperative.

America ReFramed : My Louisiana Love

America ReFramed

My Louisiana Love

A young woman's quest to find a place in her Native American community in Louisiana.

University Place : Edward Curtis's Native American Photographs

University Place

Edward Curtis's Native American Photographs

Christopher Cardozo discusses beauty, heart and spirit in Edward Curtis’s photographs.

Amanpour and Company : The Pandemic's Toll on the Native American Community

Amanpour and Company

The Pandemic's Toll on the Native American Community

Peggy Flanagan, Lt. Gov. of Minnesota, joins the program.

Independent Lens : Eating Up Easter

Independent Lens

Eating Up Easter

The challenge to protect remote Rapa Nui culture and environment from modernization.

Wisconsin Life : Pilot Abdul : Grandmother’s Food

Wisconsin Life

Pilot Abdul : Grandmother’s Food

Abdul cooks Red Beef Curry with Potatoes: Burmese dish described as ``grandmother's food.``

Wisconsin Life : Elena Terry: SassSquash

Wisconsin Life

Elena Terry: SassSquash

Chef Elena Terry (Ho-Chunk Nation) cooks “SassSquash”-dish celebrating indigenous foodways

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Wisconsin Foodie : Sap-Sap

Wisconsin Foodie

Sap-Sap

Learn about Sap-Sap —a dinner series and brand of food products created by Alex Hanesakda.

The Great British Baking Show : Patisserie

The Great British Baking Show

Patisserie

There are only four bakers left vying for a place in the much sought after final.

No Passport Required : Houston

No Passport Required

Houston

Discover the food and community in Houston's Nigerian and greater West African diaspora.

University Place : Policing Blackness after the Second World War

University Place

Policing Blackness after the Second World War

Simon Balto focuses on race, migration to urban spaces and police responses since WWII.

University Place : Insights from the 1918-19 Global Influenza Epidemic

University Place

Insights from the 1918-19 Global Influenza Epidemic

Peter Shult and Thomas Haupt discuss lessons learned from the 1918-1919 flu epidemic.

University Place : Gardening as We Age

University Place

Gardening as We Age

Mark Dwyer recommends tips, tools and techniques to make gardening accessible to everyone.

University Place : Why Is There Black Radicalism?

University Place

Why Is There Black Radicalism?

Cedric Robinson shares the history of the Black Radicalism Tradition.

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All Creatures Great and Small : Episode 3

All Creatures Great and Small

Episode 3

James is put to the test. Tristan faces temptation, and Siegfried angles for a client.

Miss Scarlet & The Duke : Episode 2

Miss Scarlet & The Duke

Episode 2

Eliza is hired to prove the innocence of a man caught red-handed.

Bleak House : Episode 1PBS Wisconsin Passport

Bleak House

Episode 1

PBS Wisconsin Passport

Esther Summerson is sent to live at Bleak House where she is welcomed by John Jarndyce.

Pride & Prejudice : Episode FourPBS Wisconsin Passport

Pride & Prejudice

Episode Four

PBS Wisconsin Passport

Angry and upset over his rejection, Darcy decides to defend himself.

Little Dorrit : Episode 1PBS Wisconsin Passport

Little Dorrit

Episode 1

PBS Wisconsin Passport

Arthur Clennam returns from China and meets his mother's seamstress Amy Dorrit.

Sense & Sensibility : Episode 1PBS Wisconsin Passport

Sense & Sensibility

Episode 1

PBS Wisconsin Passport

The Dashwoods start a new life in Devonshire following the death of their father.

Dickensian : Episode OnePBS Wisconsin Passport

Dickensian

Episode One

PBS Wisconsin Passport

The body of wealthy brewer Mr. Havisham is driven to his final resting place.

Let's Grow Stuff : Summer harvesting

Let's Grow Stuff

Summer harvesting

Harvesting is an important step to keep plants productive for the rest of the season.

Quick Fit with Cassy : Balance Exercises for Ready Reflexes

Quick Fit with Cassy

Balance Exercises for Ready Reflexes

Improve your balance and reflexes to maintain your independence.

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University Place : Invasive Jumping Worms

University Place

Invasive Jumping Worms

Brad Herrick explains how to identify jumping worms and how to keep them from spreading.

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University Place : Growing Tomatoes in Wisconsin

University Place

Growing Tomatoes in Wisconsin

Lisa Johnson offers tips on how to successfully grow tomatoes in the Midwest.

The Age of Nature : Awakening

The Age of Nature

Awakening

Discover how a new awareness of nature is helping to restore ecosystems once thought lost.

NOVA : Nature's Fear Factor

NOVA

Nature's Fear Factor

Can bringing predators—and fear—back into an ecosystem help restore its natural balance?

Animal Babies: First Year on Earth : First StepsPBS Wisconsin Passport

Animal Babies: First Year on Earth

First Steps

PBS Wisconsin Passport

See how the babies learn to understand their surroundings in their first three months.

It's Okay to Be Smart : How Well Do Masks Work?

It's Okay to Be Smart

How Well Do Masks Work?

Wearing a mask is a cheap and easy way to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

University Place : Alzheimer’s Disease

University Place

Alzheimer’s Disease

UW School of Medicine faculty on the diagnosis and care of people with Alzheimer’s disease

Physics Girl : Candid Interview with COVID-19 ER Nurse and Epidemiologist

Physics Girl

Candid Interview with COVID-19 ER Nurse and Epidemiologist

ER Nurse Practitioner and Epidemiologist talk about their experiences with the pandemic.

Overview : How the Blue Ridge Mountains (Almost) Lost Their Blue

Overview

How the Blue Ridge Mountains (Almost) Lost Their Blue

The hazy blue was disappearing from the horizon, but it wasn’t just the trees fault.

PBS Wisconsin Music & Arts : Wisconsin Young Artists Compete: The Final Forte 2021

PBS Wisconsin Music & Arts

Wisconsin Young Artists Compete: The Final Forte 2021

Students in the Bolz Young Artist Competition perform at Madison's Overture Hall.

PBS NewsHour : Black women are finally breaking through country music

PBS NewsHour

Black women are finally breaking through country music

Long excluded from country music, Black women are finally breaking through

Great Performances : Romeo & Juliet

Great Performances

Romeo & Juliet

In defiance of their feuding families, Romeo and Juliet risk everything to be together.

PBS NewsHour : What Lil Nas X's 'Montero' says about Black queerness

PBS NewsHour

What Lil Nas X's 'Montero' says about Black queerness

What Lil Nas X's 'Montero' says about Black queerness

University Place : Artist Talk: Nathan Alan Davis

University Place

Artist Talk: Nathan Alan Davis

Playwright Nathan Alan Davis shares the history of the slave rebellion led by Nat Turner.

Bluegrass Underground : Episode 6

Bluegrass Underground

Episode 6

Featuring Keb' Mo', The Suffers, and St. Paul & The Broken Bones.

The Light: A split screen of two sets in The Light - a kitchen and a bedroom

PBS WISCONSIN MUSIC & ARTS

The Light

An autobiographical story of love woven through three lyrical music videos fusing hip-hop and the theater arts.