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BECOMING FREDERICK DOUGLASS explores the inspiring story of how a man born into slavery transformed himself into one of ...
02/05/2023

BECOMING FREDERICK DOUGLASS explores the inspiring story of how a man born into slavery transformed himself into one of the most prominent statesmen and influential voices for democracy in American history.

Watch the documentary tonight at 9 p.m. on WSBE Rhode Island PBS.

Before the broadcast, tune in to Rhode Island PBS Weekly at 7:30 p.m., where we trace Douglass' story from Newport to New Bedford.

Slater Mill in Pawtucket, RI, is recognized as the birthplace of the industrial revolution. Tonight on TREASURES INSIDE ...
02/05/2023

Slater Mill in Pawtucket, RI, is recognized as the birthplace of the industrial revolution. Tonight on TREASURES INSIDE THE MUSEUM, learn more about the people who made the area what it was and how the machines changed the face of manufacturing everywhere.

Watch tonight at 7 p.m. and Friday at 8 p.m. on WSBE Rhode Island PBS.

Blackstone River Valley National Historical Park

Pulitzer Prize-winning author, David Kertzer, joins Jim Ludes and G. Wayne Miller to discuss his book, “The Pope at War:...
02/04/2023

Pulitzer Prize-winning author, David Kertzer, joins Jim Ludes and G. Wayne Miller to discuss his book, “The Pope at War: The Secret History of Pius XII, Mussolini, and Hi**er," and the role of the papacy during the Second World War.

Watch Story in the Public Square Sunday at 11AM on WSBE Rhode Island PBS or on-demand at https://watch.ripbs.org/show/story-public-square/

In 2020, the second leading cause of death for veterans under 45 was su***de. This week on Rhode Island PBS Weekly, we t...
02/03/2023

In 2020, the second leading cause of death for veterans under 45 was su***de. This week on Rhode Island PBS Weekly, we take an in-depth look at how the military, veterans, and their families throughout New England and across the country are handling the crisis.

Watch Sunday/Wednesday at 7:30PM on WSBE Rhode Island PBS or on-demand at ripbs.org/weekly

In 2020, the second leading cause of death for veterans under 45 was su***de. This week on RHODE ISLAND PBS WEEKLY, we take an in-depth look at how the military, veterans, and their families throughout New England and across the country are handling the crisis.

Watch Sunday/Wednesday at 7:30PM on WSBE Rhode Island PBS or on-demand at ripbs.org/weekly

Discover how a man born into slavery in Maryland became one of the most influential voices for democracy in American his...
02/03/2023

Discover how a man born into slavery in Maryland became one of the most influential voices for democracy in American history. The documentary, BECOMING FREDERICK DOUGLASS, premieres on WSBE Rhode Island PBS on February 5 at 9 p.m.

Before the broadcast, tune in to RHODE ISLAND PBS WEEKLY at 7:30 p.m. for our segment on Frederick Douglass' connection to Rhode Island.

02/03/2023
A Lively Experiment Preview 2/3/2023

Governor McKee's proposed assault-style weapons ban receives overwhelming public support, plus talks of repealing the law enforcement bill of rights arise in the wake of Tyre Nichols’ death.

Moderator Jim Hummel is joined by former state representative Nick Gorham, political contributor Jim Vincent, and University of Rhode Island political science professor Emily Lynch on A Lively Experiment. Watch tonight at 7PM/Sunday at noon on WSBE Rhode Island PBS or on-demand at ripbs.org/lively

02/02/2023

South Kingstown is the 16th town to be featured in OUR TOWN! If you're a South Kingstown resident or have a story to share about the town, join us for our virtual informational meeting on February 15 at 5:30 p.m. to learn more about the project! Register today at https://conta.cc/3X2GVi9

Season 4, Episode 2 of FUTURE OF XYZ is now live! In 'Future of Democracy,' we discuss the essential role democracy has ...
02/02/2023
Future of Democracy | Dr. Andrew Schmookler

Season 4, Episode 2 of FUTURE OF XYZ is now live!

In 'Future of Democracy,' we discuss the essential role democracy has played in the evolution of human civilization, systemic forces at work today, and what people can do to help shore up democracy in the face of a continuing trend towards fascism in the U.S. and around the world.

Our guest is Dr. Andrew Schmookler, author, columnist, and 2012 U.S. Congressional candidate in Virginia’s 6th district.

The Greeks defined democracy as “power of the people” since "demos" means people and "kratos" means power. But is it still “the people” who have power in mod...

Buzz around with the 'ART inc.' team and entomologist Dr. Steven Alm to learn why some people consider insects to be nat...
02/01/2023
Art Inc. | Buzzing Around | Episode 16 | Rhode Island PBS

Buzz around with the 'ART inc.' team and entomologist Dr. Steven Alm to learn why some people consider insects to be nature's art.

Stream the newest episode of 'ART inc.' now. 🐝

University of Rhode Island College of the Environment and Life Sciences

Buzz around with the ART inc. team to learn why insects are nature’s art.

02/01/2023
Rhode Island is a great place to spot migratory birds during the winter months. The Ocean State’s relatively warmer waters combined with its 400 miles of coastline and abundant food source attract snowbirds from as far as the Arctic coast. Rhode Island PBS Weekly visits habitats where winter wildlife can be spotted and follows along as a group of birders and a photographer set out on their own.

Jason Major - RI Bird Hunter
Audubon Society of Rhode Island
Rhode Island National Wildlife Refuges

Rhode Island is a great place to spot migratory birds during the winter months. The Ocean State’s relatively warmer waters combined with its 400 miles of coastline and abundant food source attract snowbirds from as far as the Arctic coast. Rhode Island PBS Weekly visits habitats where winter wildlife can be spotted and follows along as a group of birders and a photographer set out on their own.

Jason Major - RI Bird Hunter
Audubon Society of Rhode Island
Rhode Island National Wildlife Refuges

The Greeks defined democracy as “power of the people.” But is it still “the people” who have power in modern democracies...
01/31/2023

The Greeks defined democracy as “power of the people.” But is it still “the people” who have power in modern democracies?

This Thursday, on FUTURE OF XYZ, we explore the 'Future of Democracy' with author, columnist, and former Congressional candidate Dr. Andrew Schmookler. Listen wherever you get your podcasts or watch at ripbs.org/xyz

01/29/2023
Winter Wildlife Reel

From snowy owls to harlequin ducks, migratory birds flock to Rhode Island in the winter. With the help of local birders and photographers like Jason Major - RI Bird Hunter, Rhode Island PBS Weekly explores their habitats.

Watch tonight/Wednesday at 7:30PM on WSBE Rhode Island PBS. Or on-demand at ripbs.org/weekly

Blithewold in Bristol, RI, is known for its magnificent grounds and gardens. Tonight on TREASURES INSIDE THE MUSEUM, lea...
01/29/2023

Blithewold in Bristol, RI, is known for its magnificent grounds and gardens. Tonight on TREASURES INSIDE THE MUSEUM, learn how so much of what you see today comes from the original mansion. Then, visit the Seabee Museum to hear the story behind the design of their iconic logo and see a flag that was present at the D-Day invasion in France.

Watch tonight at 7 p.m. and Friday at 8 p.m. on WSBE Rhode Island PBS.

Blithewold Mansion, Gardens and Arboretum Seabee Museum & Memorial Park

01/28/2023
Performances from Rhode Island Hall of Fame Bands

Rhode Island Music Hall of Fame inductees Steve Smith and the Nakeds, along with The Cowsills, are coming to The Historic Park Theatre and Event Center on Saturday, February 11!

Rhode Island PBS has your opportunity to see these two iconic Rhode Island bands. For more information, visit ripbs.org/happenings

Editor-in-Chief of the Science Family of Journals, Holden Thorp, joins Jim Ludes and G. Wayne Miller to discuss the role...
01/28/2023

Editor-in-Chief of the Science Family of Journals, Holden Thorp, joins Jim Ludes and G. Wayne Miller to discuss the role of science in American society and the challenges it faces in the years ahead.

Watch Story in the Public Square Sunday at 11AM on WSBE Rhode Island PBS. Or on-demand at https://watch.ripbs.org/show/story-public-square/

The Anchor Newspaper’s Editor in Chief, Raymond Baccari, political strategist Rob Horowitz, and republican strategist Li...
01/27/2023

The Anchor Newspaper’s Editor in Chief, Raymond Baccari, political strategist Rob Horowitz, and republican strategist Lisa Pelosi join moderator Jim Hummel to discuss Governor McKee’s proposed sales tax cut, affordable housing, subsidized tuition for Rhode Island College students, and more.

Watch A Lively Experiment tonight at 7PM/Sunday at noon on WSBE Rhode Island PBS. Or on-demand at ripbs.org/lively

The Anchor Newspaper’s Editor in Chief, Raymond Baccari, political strategist Rob Horowitz, and republican strategist Lisa Pelosi join moderator Jim Hummel to discuss Governor McKee’s proposed sales tax cut, affordable housing, subsidized tuition for Rhode Island College students, and more.

Watch A LIVELY EXPERIMENT tonight at 7PM/Sunday at noon on WSBE Rhode Island PBS. Or on-demand at ripbs.org/lively

01/26/2023
Going for Cold Reel

Would you go for a winter plunge at Narragansett Town Beach? Meet a South Kingstown woman who "dips" into the chilling water several times a week.

Watch Rhode Island PBS Weekly Sunday/Wednesday at 7:30PM on WSBE Rhode Island PBS. Or on-demand at ripbs.org/weekly

01/25/2023
King's Ransom

A king’s ransom, murder and mayhem on the high seas. It may sound like "Treasure Island," but it is actually a story unfolding in Rhode Island after a Warwick man finds a rare Arabic coin buried in a local pick-your-own strawberry field in Middletown.

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01/24/2023

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The fun KEEPS COMING this week. Next up a free performance: Harriet Tubman: A one-woman show by Janice Curtis Greene. Wednesday, January 25, 2023, 6:00-7:30 PM South Kingstown High School. Rhode Island PBS This live show is In anticipation of the PBS Documentary: “Harriet Tubman, Visions of Freedom” Airing February 12 at 9 p.m. on WSBE Rhode Island PBS

01/24/2023

From playing outside under car headlights to building an international all-star powerhouse, David Wright explores the legacy of Mount Saint Charles Academy's legendary program.

RI Hockey Hall of Fame Rhode Island Interscholastic League Official Mount Saint Charles Academy Mt Saint Charles Arena

01/23/2023
The Ultimate Michael Jackson Experience

The Ultimate Michael Jackson Experience is coming to The Historic Park Theatre and Event Center on February 10, and Rhode Island PBS has your opportunity to attend! For more information, visit ripbs.org/happenings

01/22/2023

Tonight, on Rhode Island PBS Weekly, we take you to to explore the evolving legacy of Mount St. Charles .

Watch tonight/Wednesday at 7:30PM on WSBE Rhode Island PBS.

Rhode Island Interscholastic League Mount St. Charles Academy Official Mount Saint Charles Academy Mount St. Charles Rink RI Hockey Hall of Fame David Wright

Military history comes to life at the American Heritage Museum in Hudson, MA. Tune in to TREASURES INSIDE THE MUSEUM for...
01/22/2023

Military history comes to life at the American Heritage Museum in Hudson, MA. Tune in to TREASURES INSIDE THE MUSEUM for a behind-the-scenes look at the restoration of a WWII tank and the museum's extensive exhibits.

Watch tonight at 7 p.m. and Friday at 8 p.m. on WSBE Rhode Island PBS.

Ali Kadivar, assistant professor of sociology and international studies at Boston College, sits down with Jim Ludes and ...
01/21/2023

Ali Kadivar, assistant professor of sociology and international studies at Boston College, sits down with Jim Ludes and G. Wayne Miller to discuss the latest wave of protests in Iran following the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini and the issues that continue to motivate demonstrators.

Watch Story in the Public Square Sunday at 11AM on WSBE Rhode Island PBS. Or on-demand at watch.ripbs.org/show/story-public-square

On a new episode of Generation Rising, host Dr. Kiara Butler sits down with Executive Director of The Economic Progress ...
01/20/2023

On a new episode of Generation Rising, host Dr. Kiara Butler sits down with Executive Director of The Economic Progress Institute, Weayonnoh Nelson-Davies, and Executive Director at the Latino Policy Institute, Marcela Betancur, to talk about the economic disparity affecting communities of color in Rhode Island.

Watch tonight at 7:30PM on WSBE Rhode Island PBS. Or on-demand at ripbs.org/generationrising

On a new episode of GENERATION RISING, host Dr. Kiara Butler sits down with Executive Director of The Economic Progress Institute, Weayonnoh Nelson-Davies, and Executive Director at the Latino Policy Institute, Marcela Betancur, to talk about the economic disparity affecting communities of color in Rhode Island.

Watch tonight at 7:30PM on WSBE Rhode Island PBS. Or on-demand at ripbs.org/generationrising

The Bartholomewtown Podcast host Bill Bartholomew, The Providence Journal reporter Antonia Farzan, and political contrib...
01/20/2023

The Bartholomewtown Podcast host Bill Bartholomew, The Providence Journal reporter Antonia Farzan, and political contributor Don Roach join moderator Jim Hummel to discuss Gov. McKee’s State of the State address, the tepid response to a proposed decrease in sales tax, a new Housing Secretary appointment, and staffing problems in the nursing home industry.
The panel also pays tribute to James Hagan, former moderator of A Lively Experiment.

Watch tonight at 7PM/Sunday at noon on WSBE Rhode Island PBS. Or on-demand at ripbs.org/lively

The Bartholomewtown Podcast host Bill Bartholomew, The Providence Journal reporter Antonia Farzan, and political contributor Don Roach join moderator Jim Hummel to discuss Gov. McKee’s State of the State address, the tepid response to a proposed decrease in sales tax, a new Housing Secretary appointment, and staffing problems in the nursing home industry.

The panel also pays tribute to James Hagan, former moderator of A LIVELY EXPERIMENT.

Watch tonight at 7PM/Sunday at noon on WSBE Rhode Island PBS. Or on-demand at ripbs.org/lively

01/19/2023
King's Ransom Reel

A king’s ransom and a pirates’ raid—Rhode Island PBS Weekly's Pamela Watts follows the intriguing tale behind a rare coin found buried in Middletown, Rhode Island.

Watch Sunday/Wednesday at 7:30PM on WSBE Rhode Island PBS. Or on-demand at ripbs.org/weekly

Rhode Island PBS and Stages of Freedom invite you to join us for BECOMING FREDERICK DOUGLASS: SCREENING & DISCUSSION Thu...
01/19/2023

Rhode Island PBS and Stages of Freedom invite you to join us for BECOMING FREDERICK DOUGLASS: SCREENING & DISCUSSION Thursday, February 2, at 6 p.m. at the historic Congdon Street Baptist Church.

This event will include a preview showing of the new documentary film, and a discussion by local historians exploring the extensive and surprising connections that Frederick Douglass had to our region.

For more information and to register, please visit: https://conta.cc/3XdfFgr
**Note: there is an option to attend virtually**

New Bedford Historical Society

Season 4, Episode 1 of FUTURE OF XYZ is now LIVE! Tune in for an incredibly informative discussion about the ‘Future of ...
01/19/2023
Future of Parkinson's Disease | Vanessa Arnedo | S4, E1

Season 4, Episode 1 of FUTURE OF XYZ is now LIVE! Tune in for an incredibly informative discussion about the ‘Future of Parkinson’s Disease.’

Since 2000, The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research has pursued the dual mission of finding a cure for Parkinson’s while also accelerating the development of treatments helping those living with the disease today. Our guest is Vanessa Arnedo, Chief of Staff at the Michael J. Fox Foundation.

You can watch the episode below or listen wherever you get your podcasts.

SEASON 4, EPISODE 1: The second most common neurodegenerative disorder in the world after Alzheimer's, Parkinson’s Disease affects approximately one million ...

01/19/2023
Rhode Island Report - Lead Poisoning in Central Falls

On the next Rhode Island Report podcast, Central Falls Mayor Maria Rivera, Rhode Island PBS Weekly Reporter Michelle San Miguel, and Globe reporter Edward Fitzpatrick discuss how the rates of lead poisoning skyrocketed during the pandemic. Central Falls was among the hardest hit. The full episode airs Thursday.

Get it early by following Rhode Island Report on Apple Podcasts https://apple.co/3FdTiBs

Join Rhode Island Black Storytellers (RIBS) and Rhode Island PBS for HARRIET TUBMAN: A ONE-WOMAN PRESENTATION by storyte...
01/18/2023

Join Rhode Island Black Storytellers (RIBS) and Rhode Island PBS for HARRIET TUBMAN: A ONE-WOMAN PRESENTATION by storyteller Janice Curtis Greene on Wednesday, January 25, at 6 p.m.

As part of FUNDA FEST 25, this free presentation will take place at South Kingstown High School.

For more information about FUNDA FEST, visit fundafest.org

The PBS documentary, HARRIET TUBMAN: VISIONS OF FREEDOM, airs February 12 at 9 p.m. on WSBE Rhode Island PBS.

Join Rhode Island PBS on Wednesday, January 25, at 6 p.m. for an exclusive virtual chat with Paul Lally from his neighbo...
01/18/2023

Join Rhode Island PBS on Wednesday, January 25, at 6 p.m. for an exclusive virtual chat with Paul Lally from his neighborhood to yours! Get to know Fred Rogers through Paul, writer and director for MISTER ROGERS' NEIGHBORHOOD and Fred's longtime friend.

Paul will share photos and stories from his personal MISTER ROGERS' NEIGHBORHOOD collection and answer questions. For more information or to register, visit: bit.ly/3QDUkLa

New year. New season. New home. The podcast FUTURE OF XYZ returns for a fourth season through its new partner, Rhode Isl...
01/17/2023

New year. New season. New home. The podcast FUTURE OF XYZ returns for a fourth season through its new partner, Rhode Island PBS, on Thursday, January 19.

In our first episode, we'll explore the ‘Future of Parkinson's Disease’ with Vanessa Arnedo, Chief of Staff at the Michael J. Fox Foundation. For more info on where to listen and watch, visit ripbs.org/xyz.

The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research

01/17/2023
Trans-Formation

Nine months after profiling a local transgender teenager as she began seeking her new identity, she provides an update on the physical and emotional changes and challenges confronting her on a daily basis.

She also reveals what she has had to leave behind in the journey toward becoming her true self.

For the full Rhode Island PBS Weekly episode, visit: https://watch.ripbs.org/.../rhode-island-pbs-weekly.../

01/17/2023
Our Town: South Kingstown Announcement

Have you heard the news? South Kingstown is the 16th town to be featured in OUR TOWN! 🏘️ Do you have a story about what makes South Kingstown such a special place to live? Share it with us at our virtual Town Meeting on Wednesday, February 15. Learn more and register at ripbs.org/our-town/towns/south-kingstown

From music studios to performance spaces, contributing reporter Bill Bartholomew explores how Rhode Island artists are r...
01/15/2023

From music studios to performance spaces, contributing reporter Bill Bartholomew explores how Rhode Island artists are reimagining mill buildings into workspaces.

Watch Rhode Island PBS Weekly tonight/Wednesday at 7:30PM on WSBE Rhode Island PBS. Or on-demand at ripbs.org/weekly

From music studios to performance spaces, contributing reporter Bill Bartholomew explores how Rhode Island artists are reimagining mill buildings into workspaces.

Watch RHODE ISLAND PBS WEEKLY tonight/Wednesday at 7:30PM on WSBE Rhode Island PBS. Or on-demand at ripbs.org/weekly

Go behind the gates of The Elms, one of Newport's grand mansions, and explore every corner inside and out. Then, take a ...
01/15/2023

Go behind the gates of The Elms, one of Newport's grand mansions, and explore every corner inside and out. Then, take a tour of the Westerly Armory Museum, where the history of the town is preserved.

Don't miss TREASURES INSIDE THE MUSEUM tonight at 7 p.m. and Friday at 8 p.m. on WSBE Rhode Island PBS. http://ow.ly/IAuZ50Mqei7

Preservation Society of Newport County Westerly Armory

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When the war on drugs was declared in the 1980s, it drove incarceration rates for women to alarming heights. BREAKING GOOD: WOMEN AND THE WAR ON DRUGS uses Rhode Island, a national leader in decarceration, as a backdrop for this story. Tune in on Friday, June 17 at 8 p.m. on WSBE Rhode Island PBS. For more info, visit http://ow.ly/3P6n50Jxmft
Is college worth the grind? High-achieving seniors at San Francisco's Lowell High School share their dreams and anxieties about getting into a top university. Don't miss TRY HARDER tonight at 9 p.m. on WSBE Rhode Island PBS. Or on-demand at http://ow.ly/riPc50IY8IB
Learn surprising facts about the sharks that call the warm waters near Hawaii’s islands their home. 🦈🏝️ Meet the whitetip reef shark, whale shark, tiger shark, and more when NATURE: SHARKS OF HAWAII airs tonight at 8 p.m. on WSBE Rhode Island PBS. Or watch on-demand at watch.ripbs.org/show/nature
Discover spectacular St. Louis treasures including a 1927 Rookwood Shirayamadani black opal vase, an Elijah Pierce preaching stick ca. 1950, and an Ozark Airlines poster ca. 1960. Watch ANTIQUES ROADSHOW tonight at 8 p.m. on WSBE Rhode Island PBS/on-demand at watch.ripbs.org/show/antiques-roadshow
Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, Sammy Davis Jr. — all titans of jazz that played Providence's Celebrity Club. On tonight's Rhode Island PBS Weekly, Michelle San Miguel - Reporter takes a look back at this historic venue. Watch tonight/Wednesday at 7:30PM on WSBE Rhode Island PBS or on-demand at ripbs.org/weekly
So excited to share this great news! CHASING SILVER: THE STORY OF GORHAM won a New England Emmy for Outstanding Historical / Cultural Content, Long Form! Congratulations to Scott and Maria Saracen and Dewey Raposo for an incredible job. See this multiple award-winning work https://watch.ripbs.org/show/chasing-silver-story-gorham/
ICYMI - (In Case You Missed It) in May. Watch the full show here https://youtu.be/0e61a2QOKyg
Noses, and their ability to detect smell, can be a powerful communication tool. 👃 Saskia Wilson-Brown joins Jim Ludes and G. Wayne Miller to discuss how The Institute for Art and Olfaction helps artists incorporate scent into their art. Watch Story in the Public Square on Sunday at 11AM on WSBE Rhode Island PBS or on-demand at watch.ripbs.org/show/story-public-square
London in the swinging sixties is a hive of violent antisemitism, as Jewish hairdresser Vivien learns when she arrives in search of her beau. Don't miss the premiere of RIDLEY ROAD tonight at 9 p.m. on WSBE Rhode Island PBS. Or on-demand at watch.ripbs.org/show/ridley-road
Crack open a cold Narragansett Beer! HI-NEIGHBOR! THE STORY OF THE NARRAGANSETT BREWING COMPANY is now available to watch on-demand at http://ow.ly/zG4z50JuBmp or on the PBS app. 🍻
Car tax is eliminated in new $13.6B budget, the gun regulation debate rages on, and the January 6 committee hearings begin.

Moderator Jim Hummel is joined by Libertarian Party of RI chairman Billy Hunt, Brown University professor Wendy Schiller, and former state representative Joe Trillo on A Lively Experiment, tonight at 7PM/Sunday at noon on WSBE Rhode Island PBS.

Or watch past episodes on-demand at ripbs.org/lively
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