Paul Lamont presents the story of Elbert Hubbard, founder of the Roycroft artisan community in East Aurora, New York during the Arts and Crafts Movement.
Edo de Waart conducts Strauss's comic masterpiece starring Rochester native Renée Fleming.
Baritone Thomas Hampson performs with the New York Philharmonic, sending 2009 out in style.
Rachael Simmons hosts this look into the lives of four teenage girls as they face challenges and opportunities.
Follow ten very different people as they explore science and art through the ancient practice of origami.
Rick Steves' travels have taught him the power of people-to-people diplomacy. Now as tensions rise between the U.S. and Iran, he's taking action.
Join Conductor Jeff Tyzik in this Rochester tradition.
How is the climate change altering our world?
WXXI remembers a great man, and a dear friend.
New York League of Women Voters executive director Barbara Bartoletti discusses the budgetary and ethical breakdowns in state government, and examines what can be done to make Albany more effective.
Cornell University is hosting a summit on natural gas drilling in New York.
New York lawmakers relaxed the Rockefeller Drug laws, and created a new court for drug-addicted defendants.
From the Beatles to the Doors, The Ed Sullivan Show served up an unparalleled roster of timeless artists.
A magical night of classical music starring some the world's most talented musicians.
Majora Carter sits down with Grammy Award-winning artist Wyclef Jean.
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Enjoy a sneak peek at WXXI's latest documentary.
John Birge hosts this holiday special, followed by Harvest Home with the Dale Warland Singers.
Award-winning writer, producer and humorist Gwen Macsai presents the best radio documentaries of 2009.