WXXI honors the service and sacrifice of those who have given their lives for our country with the annual broadcast of The National Memorial Day Concert.
Hercule Poirot travels to London via the opulent Orient Express train and becomes embroiled in one of the most fiendish cases of his career.
Backstage Pass presents the founding members of the Great Lakes Guitar Society.
In 1965, Patsy Mink became the first Asian-American woman and woman of color in the United States Congress.
Language is ever changing, growing, and disappearing. WXXI presents three programs that take a close look at how we communicate.
A civilian organization, the Women's Land Army (WLA) sent city women to rural farms to replace the male workers who had been called up to the military.
Iphigénie en Tauride is often considered the culmination of Gluck’s life ambition to achieve a perfect union of music and drama.
Deeply moving and often humorous, viewers will get a glimpse of awakenings, first crushes, unlikely soul mates, intimacy and liberation.
A film about the Rochester riots, a three-day conflict that altered the course of history.
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