PBS NewsHour presents live coverage from the Oval Office as the President addresses the nation in regard to the gulf of Mexico oil spill.
AM 1370's Alex Crichton and WRUR-FM's Scott Regan talk about the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Fest
A look at one of the quirkiest show animals.
America’s favorite Independence Day celebration kicks off our country’s 237th birthday.
Escape to the country every week with Red Green and the cast from the Possum Lodge.
Joan Cusak narrates the adventures of a chicken named Peep, a robin (Chirp), an endearing duck (Quack) and an extended family of friends and (occasional) foes.
The rise and fall of the Berlin Wall.
When the mother of two cheetah cubs is killed, a veteran filmmaker becomes their new parent.
This documentary highlights free market initiatives around the world.
WITH-FM offers the perfect balance of eclectic music and engaging news programs.
A look how William Kunstler became “the most hated and most loved lawyer in America”.
An unforgettable look at the "Forgotten War".
Ian travels across the vast country of Iran.
NOVA investigates the strangest ancient human fossils ever found.
A look at one of America’s most controversial presidents.
Experience Spain through the culinary pleasures, along with the country’s art, history, culture and music.
The legendary band performs their classic hits at the Royal Albert Hall.
Science explores the minds of animals on Radio Lab.
Dr. Barnard reveals scientific studies from leading national organizations to help diminish diabetes.
Join us for an encore presentation of this WXXI original documentary narrated by the late Philip Seymour Hoffman.