HISTORY & DRAMA

Masterpiece: The Bronte Sisters

To Walk Invisible: The Bronte Sisters follows the Brontë sisters in the eventful three-year period that saw them rise from ordinary, unmarried women, to the secret authors of the world’s most sensational literature.

Premieres Sunday at 9pm on WGBH 2

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CLASSICAL RADIO BOSTON

Thomas Adès and the Boston Symphony Chamber Players

Hear highlights from the BSCP's 2016-2017 season, including Schubert's Trout Quintet featuring the British composer, pianist, and BSO Artistic Partner.

Sunday at 7pm on 99.5 WCRB

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MUSIC

Front Row Boston: FIDLAR

Watch FIDLAR perform “40oz On Repeat” live at Paradise Rock Club in Boston.

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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.  

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

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Boston Public Radio: Advanced Running Shoes - Performance Enhancers?

Earlier this month, Nike announced it was rolling out a cutting-edge new running shoe. But does their technological advancement cross the line into performance enhancement?

BRITISH DRAMAS

Father Brown: The Deadly Seal

Father Brown finds himself in an impossible situation when he is told, under the seal of confession, that Bishop Talbot will be assassinated tomorrow.

WGBH EVENTS

Classical Cartoon Festival

Kids of all ages will enjoy their favorite Warner Bros. cartoons set to classical music on a giant screen, along with live performances, visits from beloved PBS children's characters and more.

March 25 at Symphony Hall, Boston

WGBH NEWS

At the State House: Changing the Marijuana Law

The Legislature's new marijuana committee wants to pass a bill altering the state's barely used legal cannabis law before lawmakers break in August, putting pressure on the new panel to decide the scope of what they will change.

WGBH NEWS

NECC Pharmacist Acquitted Of Murder, Found Guilty Of Racketeering

Barry Cadden's been acquitted of causing the deaths of 25 people in a meningitis outbreak but convicted of racketeering.

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