Tag Archives: Wisconsin Public Television

QUEST: Science and Sustainability from Wisconsin to the World

We are proud to be part of the QUEST public media project, because it gives us an opportunity to continue to go out and find stories of science and sustainability to share with our viewers. And, as a national project, … Continue reading

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Turn It Up! The Music of Muscle Shoals

Tonight at 9 on Wisconsin Public Television, Independent Lens takes us to the banks of the Tennessee River in Alabama and into the small nondescript home of FAME Studios. On the surface, it seems unlikely a place to make an … Continue reading

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The Address Still Resonates in Wisconsin and Beyond

Tonight at 8 on Wisconsin Public Television, Ken Burns’ new film, The Address,  explores the power that Abraham Lincoln’s 150-year-old Gettysburg Address has today in shaping the aspirations and achievement in a group of students grappling with learning challenges. Anticipation of the … Continue reading

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A Sesame Street Throwback Thursday

“Throwback Thursday” has become a thing on the Internet, so want to take part. Here’s one of the best ways we could think of to dive back in public television time. Take a peek at this great photo from the … Continue reading

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Meet Ephraim Sutherland – Wisconsin’s Young Artists Compete: The Final Forte

How is perfecting a concerto like building a house? Find out when you meet Viroqua high school student Ephraim Sutherland and learn how percussion has opened his eyes to the world around him and led to his mastery of the … Continue reading

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