Join WOSU Public Media this Saturday for “Storybook Village” presented by Ohio History Connection. From 10am to 5pm the Ohio Village brings to life the timeless magic of books. It’s food, fun and your favorite PBS Kids characters like Super Why, Curious George and for the first time in Columbus – Peg plus Cat! Stop [...]
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 [...]
Stoke the fireplace and cuddle up with some hot chocolate or something more interesting and get ready to tune in to Downton Abbey Season Four starting Sunday night January 5th on PBS and WOSU TV.Â Yes, it’s a month way, but if you go to the official MASTERPIECE Downton Abbey USA website there is a [...]
Lesson plans created out of WOSU’s Columbus Neighborhoods documentary series have been honored with a national award from the National Educational Telecommunications Association for best use of digital media in the classroom.
Curious George is appearing at WOSU@COSI this Saturday! He just can’t stay away from Columbus and returns this Saturday, October 19 from 11am-2pm at WOSU’s studios at COSI.Â Join us for story time, photos, activities and a chance to meet this clever little monkey.Â Anyone can come without any fee. The schedule below will help [...]
The position she holds today may be unique.Â But itâ€™s the way she got there that is even more amazing. Ling Ling Sun is the Chief Engineer here at WOSU TV. She is a Chinese immigrant and one of only a few women in broadcast engineering — even fewer reach the status of Chief Engineer.Â