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It's one of Wisconsin’s largest state parks.Here and NowNoon Wednesday: Prison Gerrymandering Effects in WisconsinJerome Dillard and Peggy West-Schroder of EXPO on prison gerrymandering and elections.GrantchesterEpisode 3Will and Geordie are drawn into local politics with the death of a councilor.Call the MidwifeEpisode 3A complicated pregnancy leads the Nonnatus team on a path of discovery.VOCESLetters to Eloisa``Letters to Eloisa`` depicts the life of Author Cuban José Lezama Lima.Independent LensCuredWhen homosexuality was considered an illness to be “cured,`` LGBTQ activists fought back. 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Wisconsin Hometown Stories More Hometown Stories Video Loading Drama More Drama Video GrantchesterEpisode 2Will and Geordie negotiate a family dispute that may be connected to a murder.Call the MidwifeEpisode 2Sister Frances finds herself in a tricky situation when a pregnant woman confides in her.All Creatures Great & Small: Between the PagesAll Creatures Great & Small: Between the PagesFeaturing highlights from season one, we hear from the cast and creators.GuiltEpisode 1Jake and Max hit an elderly pedestrian and then run from the truth.Professor TAnatomy of a MemoryProfessor T is persuaded by a former student to help her investigate a serial rapist.Frankie Drake MysteriesScavenger HuntA player is murdered on a scavenger hunt.UnforgottenEpisode 1After making the decision to retire from the police force, Cassie faces a dilemma. Home & How-To More Home & How-To Video Ask This Old HouseE26 | Working from Home | Ask This Old HouseThe team shares what they have been up to during the COVID-19 pandemic.Let's Grow StuffIncorporating Native PlantsNative plants provide habitat and food for pollinators and songbirds, and are hardier.LoadingUniversity Place6 Ways to Reduce Your Risk for Alzheimer's DiseaseNathaniel Chin recommends lifestyle changes to lessen your risk of Alzheimer’s Disease.ParentalogicWhat's Up With Your Kid's Poop? We're Here to AnswerYour child’s poop is a glorious gift that gives you a window into their bodies.LoadingQuick Fit with Cassy11-Minute Lower Body StretchFloor exercises for improved flexibility and vitality. Science & Nature More Science & Nature Video University PlaceThe Ethics of Vaccine AllocationPaul Kelleher explains the process used to determine eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine.Animal IQBaby Penguins Can Navigate Better than YouPenguins are fascinating creatures, not just because of their physical characteristics.Crash Course ZoologyWhat is an Animal?So what is an animal anyway?It's Okay to Be SmartHow Well Do Masks Work?Wearing a mask is a cheap and easy way to help stop the spread of COVID-19.University PlaceAlzheimer’s DiseaseUW School of Medicine faculty on the diagnosis and care of people with Alzheimer’s diseasePhysics GirlCandid Interview with COVID-19 ER Nurse and EpidemiologistER Nurse Practitioner and Epidemiologist talk about their experiences with the pandemic.OverviewHow the Blue Ridge Mountains (Almost) Lost Their BlueThe hazy blue was disappearing from the horizon, but it wasn’t just the trees fault. Arts & Music More Arts & Music Video Director's CutJimmy Boratyn, ``Ginger``Jimmy Boratyn - GingerPBS Wisconsin Music & ArtsWisconsin Young Artists Compete: The Final Forte 2021Students in the Bolz Young Artist Competition perform at Madison's Overture Hall.PBS NewsHourHow art is retelling the powerful stories of Tulsa massacreHow art is retelling powerful stories of Tulsa massacre, capturing community's hopesGreat PerformancesVienna Philharmonic Summer Night Concert 2020Enjoy the orchestra’s performance of selections by Strauss, Puccini and more from SchönbruPoetry in AmericaUrban Love Poem, by Marilyn ChinMaxine Hong Kingston, Randy Komisar and others explore Marilyn Chin's ``Urban Love Poem``.Sound FieldJazz Shaped Hip-Hop, but How Did Hip-Hop Change Jazz?Linda Diaz and LA Buckner work together to break down how these two genres cross-pollinate PBS WISCONSIN MUSIC & ARTS The Light An autobiographical story of love woven through three lyrical music videos fusing hip-hop and the theater arts.