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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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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.

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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

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WGBH NEWS

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?

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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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CLASSICAL RADIO BOSTON

Sakari Oramo Conducts Sibelius and Busoni

In an encore broadcast, the Finnish conductor leads the BSO in Sibelius's Symphony No. 3, plus the colossal Piano Concerto by Busoni.

Monday at 8pm on 99.5 WCRB

WGBH NEWS

What Makes This High School #1 In Massachusetts?

The school doesn’t have a cafeteria. It isn’t winning any accolades for state of art facilities. And every kid, regardless of grades, past performance, or special needs is placed into the same IB curriculum. So what makes this school #1?

DOCUMENTARY

Independent Lens: The Bad Kids

Located in an impoverished Mojve Desert community, Black Rock Continuation High School is a last chance for underserved students at risk of dropping out. 

Thursday at 8am & 2pm on WGBH World

WGBH NEWS

Sex Robots And Other Taboo Technologies

Antonio Regalado, biotech editor and reporter for the MIT Technology Review, joined WGBH's Morning Edition host Bob Seay for a conversation about their list of the top taboo technologies. Can we be a progressive, innovative society within ethical means? 

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.

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