WXXI opens its doors to the public on Saturday, September 15, 2012 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for a day of fun, free activities for guests of all ages.
WXXI declares tonight Brainiac Night, and presents three programs that spotlight the amazing work of some brilliant individuals.
This film weaves the story of teacher John Hunter with his students' participation in the World Peace Game.
Join host Robert Hammond as he talks to Rochester native Bruce Sabath on this week's Stage Notes.
Personal accounts, lush re-enactments and evocative cinematography from former outposts of the Empire, including Africa and India, recount the dramatic clash of personalities and cultures that would drive Victoria’s remarkable 64-year reign.
"You have to be run by ideas, not hierarchy. The best ideas have to win." — Steve Jobs
This is the dynamic behind-the-scenes story of three young Americans who entered the Intel Science Talent Search: the nation’s oldest, most prestigious science competition.
June 12 marks the 83rd anniversary of the birth of Anne Frank.
Geography whiz kids vie for the 2012 National Geographic Bee title and $50,000 in college scholarships.
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