• 61
    How We Got to Now With Steven Johnson

    How We Got to Now With Steven Johnson

    Follow
    PBS
  • 62
    Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman

    Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman

    Follow
    PBS (ended 2010)
    Blending live-action and animation, FETCH! With Ruff Ruffman revolves around an animated dog named Ruff Ruffman, who develops, produces, and hosts his own reality TV show. Ruff runs the show from his state-of-the-art headquarters, otherwise known as his dog house, and issues wild and wacky real-world challenges to a group of 10 to 14-year-old kid contestants. Each episode follows the kids (real kids, not actors) as they tackle their challenges: Everything from training a cat for a commercial to staying afloat in a self-made boat to performing stand-up comedy to blasting off for a shuttle mission at Space Camp. And true to the reality of reality TV, the kids have NO idea what they're getting into until they're off on their challenges.moreless
  • 63
    The Crimson Field

    The Crimson Field

    Follow
    PBS
  • 64
    Makers: Women Who Make America

    Makers: Women Who Make America

    Follow
    PBS (TV Movie 2013)
  • 65
    The Widower

    The Widower

    Follow
    PBS (Mini-Series 2015)
  • 66
    California's Gold

    California's Gold

    Follow
    PBS
    Huell travels around California looking for interesting stories, hidden treasures, and exiting historic locations.
  • 67
    Animalia

    Animalia

    Follow
    PBS (ended 2010)
    This popular children's series features the adventures of two children, Alex and Zoe, in an unusual place called Animalia where animals can speak with humans. Animalia is in trouble, and it's up to Alex and Zoe to help their new animal friends save their home. This series is based on a book by Graeme Base. The series won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Music Direction and Composition.

    moreless
  • 68
    Dragonfly TV

    Dragonfly TV

    Follow
    PBS
    This multi-media show features children inventing new ways to acomplish tasks and test out scientific theories. This PBS show airs as part of PBS Kids GO!, a new series of Children's shows designed for kids on the older side of PBS Kids viewers. The show focuses on the excitement of kids discovering new ways of approaching science and math.moreless
  • 69
    Ken Burns: Baseball

    Ken Burns: Baseball

    Follow
    PBS
    It is an epic overflowing with heroes and hopefuls, scoundrels and screwballs. It is a saga spanning the quest for racial justice, the clash of labor and management, the transformation of popular culture, the limits of legality, and the unfolding of the national pastime. It is history as witnessed from the sun-drenched fields of small-town America and the gritty, makeshift diamonds of urban sandlots. Here is the story of a nation at work and play. Here is your story. Experience it anew in ten thrilling "innings" from master storyteller and award-winning filmmaker Ken Burns.moreless
  • 70
    Genealogy Roadshow

    Genealogy Roadshow

    Follow
    PBS
    Genealogy Roadshow follows three professional genealogists around the country as they undercover anecdoctes stories that connects the members of the public with their past.
  • 71
    Pioneers of Television

    Pioneers of Television

    Follow
    PBS
    PBS presents a revealing four-part documentary series that talks to nearly 100 stars from television's formative years. The special covers sitcoms, late-night, variety, and game shows with interviews with the stars and archival clips revealing never-seen-before images as well as timeless clips.moreless
  • 72
    PBS NewsHour

    PBS NewsHour

    Follow
    PBS
    PBS NewsHour is the long running news magazine broadcast every weeknight on PBS. The show was created by veteran newsmen Robert MacNeil and Jim Lehrer, and has been on the air since 1975. In 2009, the show previously known as The NewsHour With Jim Lehrer became The PBS NewsHour. This updated version also featured co-anchors, something that hadn't been implemented since the mid 90's when MacNeil co-anchored. Current correspondents and contributors for PBS NewsHour include Jeffrey Brown, Gwen Ifill, Hari Sreenivasan, Ray Suarez, Margaret Warner, and Judy Woodruff. One of the major differences between network news and the PBS NewsHour is that because the show is publicly funded, there are no commercials. This allows the NewsHour to dedicate more time to comprehensive reporting. Since its premiere, the show has been the recipient of countless awards. In 2009, it won the National Association of Media Literacy Education, Media Literate Award; in 2008 PBS NewsHour was awarded the News and Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Coverage of a Breaking News Story in a News Magazine.moreless
  • 73
    Classic Gospel

    Classic Gospel

    Follow
    PBS
    Classic Gospel combines classic gospel music performances spanning over two decades of live Gaither Homecoming Gospel Concerts. Featured in the 13-episode series are the harmony and vibrant spirit of Southern gospel music pioneers and contemporary greats.moreless
  • 74
    George Shrinks

    George Shrinks

    Follow
    PBS (ended 2001)
    George Shrinks is a boy, even though he is very small doesn't keep him from having fun. From going on adventures, to riding around in his zooper, he is always having fun with his friends and family. The series is based on the books by William Joyce.moreless
  • 75
    Washington Week

    Washington Week

    Follow
    PBS
    Washington Week in Review first aired on February 23, 1967 and became the first local program to air on the new Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) in 1969. With its 40 years of broadcasting it became the longest-running public affairs program on PBS. Every week a group of journalists participate in a roundtable discussion of current news events. Since October 01, 1999 Gwen Ifill is moderating the show. In 2001, the show was renamed Washington Week.moreless
  • 76
    Closer to Truth

    Closer to Truth

    Follow
    PBS (ended 2003)
    Closer to Truth brings together leading scientists, scholars and artists to debate latest discoveries and their impact on the human condition. Series creator Robert Lawrence Kuhn hosts a series of spontaneous and intimate conversations with some of the world's most esteemed experts that combine leading-edge science and informed intuition to address the fundamental issues of our times. Topics for the first two seasons were clustered in 5 categories: Brain & Mind, Health & Sex, Creativity & Thinking, Technology & Society, and Universe & Meaning. Topics for season 3 are clustered in 4 categories: Brain & Mind, Biology & Medicine, Cosmos & Universe, and Science & Our World.moreless
  • 77
    The Huggabug Club

    The Huggabug Club

    Follow
    PBS (ended 2000)
    This PBS one-hit wonder features former Playboy stars Audrey and Judy Landers, leading the "Buggsters" on adventures through learning, from various life lessons (expressing your feelings, good hygiene habits, good sportsmanship, etc.) and topics of children's interest (farm animals, dinosaurs, music, etc.), with some help from the mascots:

    UNCLE HUGGABUG - a four-armed blue bug, with a cowboy hat (and twang, to boot), who enjoys a good "power-packed hug"

    MISS OOPS-A-DAISY - a clumsy pink flower who reminds kids that making mistakes is OK, though she makes some herself

    AUNTIE BUMBLE - a grandmotherly bee, who explains friendship, caring, and other values to the Buggsters

    LOVEY-DOVEY - a Jamaican dove (tells the story, but nothing more)

    It appeared on select PBS stations, such as WLVT (Lehigh Valley, PA) and WNYE (Brooklyn, NY), from 1995-2001. It can still be seen today on KTV (a Christian channel).

    THEME SONG LYRICS:

    Join us at the Huggabug Club- Sunshine, laughter, and a whole lot of love! The Huggabug Club is fun, fun... fun for everyone!

    At the Huggabug Club, there's a lovable bug... there's a flower so sweet... and there's a bumblebee you've just got to meet!

    We call them Oops-A-Daisy... and Auntie Bumble... and then there's Huggabug, too...

    Come and join us - at the Huggabug Club. The place for kids - is Huggabug Club. We know you'll love... THE HUGGABUG CLUB!moreless
  • 78
    Mercy Street

    Mercy Street

    Follow
    PBS
  • 79
    Betsy's Kindergarten Adventures

    Betsy's Kindergarten Adventures

    Follow
    PBS
    Betsy's just starting kindergarten, and she's having so much fun. Join her as she experiences school for the first time and makes lots of new friends.
  • 80
    Roadtrip Nation

    Roadtrip Nation

    Follow
    PBS
    Roadtrip Nation is a PBS television series (and grassroots movement) that lets young people and students travel across America to interview men and women who have become leaders in their own ways and who have inspired others. Its first season aired in 2004. The show formulated as an idea between four friends in 2001 fresh out of college: Mike, Nathan, Brian and Amanda. They decided to get an old RV, paint it green and travel the country looking for inspiring people to interview. They realized that every young person wants to know what they'll do with their own lives, so they decided to go and ask others who have done what they have wanted to do within their life! The young travellers in Roadtrip Nation interview entertainers, entrepreneurs, artists and scientists; all who have not given in to conformity and have become successful by going their own way. The show is as free spirited and adventurous as its young travellers themselves are! It has lasted seven seasons so far.moreless
  • 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8