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INNOVATION HUB

When Women Entered The Ivies

What was it like when men and women started going to elite colleges together? Turns out… pretty awkward.

Saturday at 12pm and Thursday at 9pm on 89.7 WGBH 

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HISTORY

When Women Won the Vote

Perfect 36: When Women Won the Vote chronicles the dramatic vote to ratify the 19th Amendment, and the years of debate about women's suffrage that preceded it.

Friday at 9:30 pm on WGBH World

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WBGH NEWS

Boston Latin School Names First Minority To Headmaster Post

A former student and teacher at Boston Latin School has been named its new headmaster — the first person of color to lead the prominent high school.

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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.

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HISTORY

Frontline: Iraq Uncovered

In Iraq Uncovered, correspondent Ramita Navai makes a dangerous and revealing journey inside the war-torn country — investigating allegations of abuse of Sunni Muslim civilians by powerful Shia militias.

DOCUMENTARY

A Champion of the Marginalized

Penny: Champion of the Marginalized is the compelling story of Penny Cooper: celebrated criminal defense attorney, philanthropist, art collector, mentor, social and moral activist... and protector of the underdog.

Saturday at 11:30pm on WGBH World

WGBH NEWS

Greater Boston: The Maple Syrup Industry vs. Climate Change

March is Maple Month in Massachusetts, but maple farmers say the weather is messing with syrup production as our winters get warmer and shorter. Is this New England tradition at risk?

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?

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