Public Television for the Northcoast
Highlights & Specials
Check out our upcoming programs, and events!
May 24 - 26 and May 31 - June 2 beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Be sure to tune in for six nights of auction fun! With hundreds of items donated by hundreds of supportive local businesses, there is something for everyone. Bid, Buy and Win some great items like restaurant gift certificates, jewelry, vacations, auto care packages and much more.
Streaming Nightly Beginning at 6:30 PM May 24 thru 26 & May 31 thru June 2nc
Watch six night of auction on your computer courtesy of the StreamGuys!
Sunday, May 29 at 8 PM and again at 9:30 PM
The National Memorial Day Concert features uplifting musical performances, documentary footage, and dramatic readings that honor the military service of all our men and women in uniform, their families at home and those who have made the ultimate sacrifice. One of PBS’ highest-rated programs, the multi-award-winning television event has become an American tradition, featuring a star-studded lineup performing in tribute to all Americans who have sacrificed for our country. The program is co-hosted by Tony Award winner Joe Mantegna and Emmy Award winner Gary Sinise, two acclaimed actors dedicated to supporting veterans and troops. The concert’s mission is to unite the country in remembrance and appreciation of the fallen and to serve those who are grieving. Executive Producer Jerry Colbert says, “We think of the agony of the mother or father who lost a child, the spouses and children left behind, the people who are wounded in body and soul. And we do this memorial service to remember and
Monday, May 30th at 9 PM
What does it take to bring about peace? In TED Talks: War and Peace join host Baratunde Thurston to meet those who have experienced every aspect of war — fighters, journalists, psychologists, doctors and peacemakers — for a look at the impact of war and combat in our world. Learn how it affects every one of us in these extraordinary, passionate talks and performances from actor and veteran Adam Driver, who talks about his experience as a marine and how acting helped with his transition back to civilian life, journalist Sebastian Junger reflecting on PTSD after spending years reporting from war zones, author and humanitarian Samantha Nutt examining the proliferation and supply of small arms used to intimidate civilians in war-torn countries, Jamila Raqib, a peace activist and Executive Director of the Albert Einstein Institution who works on nonviolent solutions to some of the largest conflicts of the world, and activist and mother Christianne Boudreau conveying the emotional story of her son's con