As Time Goes By
How did a rope twirling, plain talking Cherokee cow-boy become one of the most powerful political voices in America? RSU Public Television strives to answer that question through its newly-produced documen-tary, “Will Rogers and American Politics”.Watch Clip
Largely responsible for the explosion of bold American television in the 1970s, writer/producer Norman Lear’s name is synonymous with the sitcom. The first documentary about the 94-year-old television legend, “American Masters — Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You,” premieres nationwide Tuesday, October 25 at 9 p.m. on PBS (check local listings).Watch Trailer
A population of rare Rothchild’s giraffes are endangered due to poaching and oil drilling plans in the African Nation of Uganda. Dr. Julian Fennessy and the Uganda Wildlife Authority work out an ambitious plan to protect the species.Watch Preview
The animators of OSU’s ACCAD program sponsor an annual summer workshop for aspiring young animators. We visit Honeyrun Farm which produces bee byproducts including 100% pure raw honey and bee pollen, handcrafted soap and beeswax candles. Plus a look at Amy Knight’s nativity gourds and Craig Galentine’s Kokeshi Clan.Watch Now
Saturdays at 11 p.m.
Central Ohio’s late-night, local music show returns with new performances from the Peggy R. McConnell Arts Center of Worthington at its new time.More Info