Protect My Public Media

Public Broadcasting Threatened with Cuts

The president’s budget proposes to eliminate federal funding for public TV and radio, which would be devastating for public media. Show your support for the WGBH programs you value by making your voice heard.  

LEARN MORE

BRITISH DRAMAS

New Tricks

In The Queen's Speech, a mix tape from 1983 is discovered, containing the voice of a teenage girl who was murdered shortly after it went into her school's time capsule. Griffin becomes convinced that the girl is reading from a speech secretly prepared for the Queen to broadcast in the event of a nuclear war. 

Wednesday at 9pm on WGBX 44

GET THE SCHEDULE

DOCUMENTARY

POV: An Immigrant's America

Don't Tell Anyone follows immigrant activist Angy Rivera's journey from poverty in Colombia to the front page of the New York Times, as she joins a generation ready to push for change.

Wednesday at 6pm on WGBH World

WATCH THE TRAILER

WGBH NEWS

Curiosity Desk: Why March 22 Is A Great Day In American History

Not one event, but three of them, separated by decades, demonstrate the evolution of not just Massachusetts, but America on this day in history.

LISTEN TO & READ THE SEGMENT

Connect to WGBH

Follow us

Support WGBH

WGBH EventsWGBH Events

Check out the hottest events around town and at our studios.
» See what's coming up
 

Can You Put a Value on Public Television?

Meet five of the millions of people whose lives have been changed by WGBH and public media.

Recommended

NATURE

Ireland's Wild River

Wildlife filmmaker Colin Stafford-Johnson chronicles the four seasons along the Shannon, Ireland's longest river, and its many tributaries.

CLASSICAL RADIO BOSTON

A Pair of Early Music Concerts from BEMF

Soprano Suzie LeBlanc joins Fretwork for Renaissance works, and the Orlando Consort performs medieval vocal pieces, all from the Boston Early Music Festival.

On-demand at WCRB online

MUSIC

Front Row Boston: FIDLAR covers The Beastie Boys

LA skate punk band, FIDLAR, open their Fall show at Paradise Rock Club with the Beastie Boys’ Sabotage.

DOCUMENTARY

The Florence Flood of 1966

When The World Answered looks back at the worldwide efforts to save the artwork of Florence that was destroyed in the flood, as well as modern-day efforts of a group of women artists who made significant contributions during the city's time of need.

FORUM NETWORK

Transparency In Music Distribution

File sharing and streaming services have changed the way we listen to -- and pay for -- our favorite tunes. However, this distribution model has created a less-than-transparent system of how artists and rights holders are being compensated.

Support for WGBH is provided by:
Become a WGBH sponsor

myWGBH