WXXI opens its doors to the public on Saturday, October 2, 2010 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for a day of fun, free activities for guests of all ages.
It's every collector's dream: turning a modest outlay into a staggeringly high return on investment.
Understand the current global financial crisis in the full context of financial history.
This film brings to life the remarkable stories behind the legendary group of New Deal-sponsored photographers who captured the face of Depression-era America.
Please join us as we celebrate Sample Soap, a local non-profit company that will receive eTown's E-Chievement Award during the Monday night broadcast.
A look at three architects whose work uniquely defines American architecture.
PBS World presents and evening of dinosaurs and other ancient beasts.
A tasty tour of cool treats!
A homage to Charles Salter and the "Georgia Rambler".
Souléymane Sy Savané stars as Solo in this award-winning drama that looks at the depth of the human spirit and the power of free will.
Join Martin Kalb for three back-to-back episodes of The Kalb Report.
For two weeks in August, WXXI is offering free documentary screenings, followed by lively discussions, that explore youth self-esteem, cultural identity, crime, life choices, and more.
WXXI is offering free documentary screenings, followed by lively discussions, that explore youth self-esteem, cultural identity, crime, life choices, and more.
The amazing story of the Beatles' Soviet success followed by an encore presentation of Live From the Artists Den featuring Ringo Starr.
Call 454-6300 or 1-800-295-WXXI, or go online at WXXI.org/swh to order your tickets to one of Rochester's biggest women's health conference.
Five years after Hurricane Katrina, Tavis Smiley travels to New Orleans.
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.
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