Stories from Rochester residents about local life, past and present.
Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates Jr. unravels the American tapestry, following the threads of his guests’ lives back to their origins around the globe.
Young men pull together to survive over two months in the Andes.
Scott Regan, host of Open Tunings, will host his show, and a lunchtime special show from The Commons in Ithaca, NY on WRUR-FM.
The hard work and heartbreak of competitive pumpkin growing.
WXXI welcomes Red Green and his Wit & Wisdom Tour to Rochester.
George Eastman House welcomes filmmaker Ken Burns and his longtime writing partner, Geoffrey C. Ward, to the Dryden Theatre on Friday, August 13th.
Part 1 of 3 follows George Shultz’ early life, his early cabinet posts and his diplomatic challenges as he’s sworn in as secretary of state.
Radio Lab discusses understanding and trust in relationships.
Ringo Starr performs with Ben Harper & the Relentless 7 from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
A retrospective from 31 years of the broadcast featuring Richard Gladwell.
The famous foursome explores Basque Country.
The odyssey of one acre of corn from farm to food supply.
The medical experts of Second Opinion discuss fibromyalgia.
A celebration of going out for a morning meal in America.
A provocative exploration of how massive international efforts to alleviate poverty in Africa may be undermining the very communities they aim to benefit.
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir celebrated Independence Day.
Tune in for live coverage of the Senate Confirmation Hearings for Elena Kagan's U.S. Supreme Court nomination.
PBS NewsHour presents live coverage from the Oval Office as the President addresses the nation in regard to the gulf of Mexico oil spill.
AM 1370's Alex Crichton and WRUR-FM's Scott Regan talk about the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Fest
Switch to Desktop View