I spent two days on the Harvard campus with Dr. Wilson in the year 2000 as preparation for a smaller documentary about his life and work. At the time, I was Director of the Center for Public Television & Radio at the University of Alabama, where E.O. Wilson received his undergraduate and Master’s degree.
A panel discussion inspired by the Ken Burns’ directed PBS documentary, Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies, will feature physicians from The James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute along with a local representative from the American Cancer Society.
I mean. Buzzfeed can perfectly summarize a lot of things. And its recent article “22 Things All PBS Kids Will Never Forget” hits the nail on the head. If you watched PBS at all in the 90′s (either as a kid, or as a parent of a PBS kid) this will most likely hit home.
An independent survey finds PBS programming is a most trusted place and safe place for children. Â Perhaps that is why the PBS Kids website had well over a million hits from kids and their parents in central Ohio last year. Â Or why WOSU TV is so proud to present PBS Kids programming all day every [...]
Trish Callahan, Vice President of Human Resources at the Sesame Workshop, will return to her Ohio State University for a special program on Wednesday, February 12th at the Longaberger Alumni House.
Take a look at the BBC trailer on the opening of season three of Sherlock. The season opener hit the UK on Jan. 1 and premieres in Columbus on Jan. 20, Monday night at 9 pm on WOSU TV. The two hour season opener will be most interesting. If you haven’t seen Sherlock, you will be hooked.
“He was born ‘Rolihlahla – Shaker of Trees.’ He became Nelson Mandela and shook the world.” So begins the FRONTLINE documentary, The Long Walk of Nelson Mandela, airing as a special tonight (Friday) at 9 pm on WOSU TV. Nelson Mandela, former South African president and anti-apartheid hero, died at home yesterday at the age [...]