WXXI's Community Cinema invites you to a free screenings of the Independent Lens feature film For Once in My Life.
On the occasion of Stephen Sondheim’s 80th birthday, Great Performances presents the New York Philharmonic’s gala all-star salute to a true Broadway legend.
What can a community do when it must choose between its present and its future?
David Brancaccio, host of NOW on PBS, visits communities across America that are using innovative approaches to create jobs and build prosperity.
Join us for part 2 of the encore presentation of Ken Burns' landmark documentary.
Join us for the encore presentation of Ken Burns' landmark documentary.
If you think you’ve got what it takes to perform on the popular NPR radio show From the Top, enter a solo classical performance video to win this chance of a lifetime!
While the legacy of Bob Marley is alive and well, host Jacob Edgar visits with some of today’s most popular reggae artists responsible for keeping roots reggae going strong.
FRONTLINE joins with ProPublica to examine the trail that led to the disaster in the Gulf.
NOVA chronicles the miners’ 69-day ordeal and the work of a global team of engineers who struggled tirelessly in a desperate bid to bring the trapped miners safely to the surface.
WXXI's Election Coverage includes the latest news, our local Election Guide and Candidate Free Air Time Videos.
Capitol Pressroom's Susan Arbetter speaks with RGRTA's Mark R. Aesch tonight.
Hear and watch Garrison Keillor and Company in a special cinecast show at your local movie theater!
The subtle and sophisticated Iphigénie en Tauride is gracing the screens of Met @ the Movies.
WXXI's Community Cinema invites you to a free screenings of the Independent Lens feature film Deep Down.
WXXI invites you to its new season of Community Cinema events, these free monthly screenings feature films from the Emmy Award-winning PBS series Independent Lens.
Tune in as Garrison Keillor kicks off the 37th season of A Prairie Home Companion live from the Fitzgerald Theater.
Join us for a glimpse into three different and obscure subcultures of intense competition.
Stories of people haunted by guilt over their role in others' deaths, even when everyone agrees they're blameless.
Can mercy restore what genocide destroyed?