Downton Abbey

Frozen! Mornings this week on Classical 91.5

Looking out the window, I'm filled with delicious anticipation of cozy indoor pursuits.  It's 11 degrees, the trees are frosted, and it helps to embrace what Wallace Stevens called "a mind of winter."  Here we are. Inside. I hope you are keeping warm and well-occupied.  The National Weather Service is warning of the dangers of frost bite.

Counting Down to Downton!

For fans of Downton Abbey, this is truly a wonderful time, and WXXI is the place where it all comes together!

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Comfort and joy

I admit it.  December is not my favorite time of year. With so many cards to write, gifts to wrap, cookies to frost, and extra church services to plan and direct, I often feel overwhelmed by what feels like a month-long To Do List.  That's a terrible thing to say, but I know I'm not alone. A survey conducted a couple of years ago by Harris Interactive showed 90 percent of respondents experience stress during the holiday season. 

Summer nights at Downton Abbey

One of the questions I am most asked is, "When will you air Downton Abbey again!?" Despite Season Two ending back in February, there is still an insatiable appetite for the program — and due to that popular demand, we are beginning at the beginning as we air the compete series every Thursday at 8

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Downton Abbey is "impossible to resist"

As a fan of WXXI-TV, you may already be aware of our rich history of British dramas. With favorites like Upstairs, Downstairs, Prime Suspect, The Forsyte Saga, Little Dorrit and Pride and Prejudice, we have had members of all generations tuning in for the austere clothing, proper manners and irresistible plotlines of our British dramas.

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