Tag: WOSU TV
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 [...]
The 21st annual Champion of Children event this year at the Southern Theatre featured former WOSU radio host Fred Andrle in conversation with Paul Tough, author and provocateur. Watch WOSU TV this Sunday, February 16 for this special interview taped live at the Southern Theatre Tuesday night.
WOSU will have live coverage this afternoon from the OSU Longaberger Alumni House of the historic naming of a new President. Coverage begins at 4 pm of the OSU Board of Trustees meeting and the appointment of the 15th President in Ohio State’s 143-year history.
What a special night of programming this Sunday (January 26th) at 8 pm on WOSU TV – our Columbus Neighborhoods documentary on the community of Clintonville produced by Mary Rathke followed by a new Downton Abbey!Â Cozy around the fireplace and enjoy the best we have to offer of local and PBS programming.
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.
You’ve endured the wait, and now the doors of Downton Abbey are about to swing open for a moving and memorable new season! Don’t miss the premiere of Downton Abbey Season 4 this Sunday, January 5, 2014, 9pm ET on WOSU TV.Â Catch a scene from Sunday’s episode here.
Robert Lazarus Jr. died on Friday in Bexley. Â My experience with Bob, half of the dynamic Bob & Mary Lazarus team, comes from his consistent support of WOSU, but also in serving with him on community boards. Â He was thoughtful, positive and kind, always. Â I saw his gentle leadership at work with boards like the [...]
“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 [...]