In anticipation of the new season of Poldark, Relive the thrilling first season of the swashbuckling romantic series with hints of what's to come for the dashing captain.Read more
Ever dream about jumping out of a plane at an altitude of up to 13,000 feet, and hurtling towards the earth at a speed of up to 200 mph before pulling on a rope to deploy a giant parachute and guide it to a soft landing? No?Read more
As the season enters its final act, the whirring song of cicadas is carried on the warm air.
In 1916, the National Parks System was established "to conserve the scenery and the natural and historic objects and wildlife therein, and to provide for the enjoyment of the same in such manner and by such means as will leave them unimpaired for the enjoyment of future generations."Read more
Judy Collins: Love Letters to Stephen Sondheim takes you through Stephen Sondheim's remarkable treasure-trove of music, interweaving stories of Broadway and her life off stage.Read more
In 1902, pioneering cookbook author Fannie Farmer opened Miss Farmer’s School of Cookery in Boston. Her best-known work, The Boston Cooking-School Cook Book, introduced the concept of using standardized measuring spoons and cups, a novel culinary concept at that time.Read more
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It’s a wrap for Kevin Whately and Laurence Fox as Lewis and Hathaway on Masterpiece Mystery!’s Inspector Lewis. We’ll miss seeing them investigate new cases of murder and other crimes in the seemingly perfect academic haven of Oxford.Read more
Today is a coincidental, double anniversary, demonstrating how deep telecommunications technology has developed and, literally, how far it has gone.
Tonight, Open Studio with Jared Bowen looks at public art and the Old Manse site in Concord where artist Sam Durant is doing an installation.Read more
Opera lovers, Anthony Minghella's critically acclaimed 2006 production of Madama Butterfly comes to you on Great Performances at the Met.Read more
The thought of going to a state or county fair is a cheerful pick-me-up for those of us who watch wistfully as the summer season wanes.Read more
Embedded in the exterior wall of WGBH's studios is a Boston landmark: a digital mural designed to brighten the ride for commuters with a theme a day that provokes thought, inspires curiosity, and reflects the content and values of public media.
Funding for WGBH’s digital mural has been provided by the Massachusetts Cultural Facilities Fund, a program of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, administered through a collaborative arrangement between MassDevelopment and the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
WGBH: The Power of Public Media
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