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  • Wellness Matters “Antibiotic Stewardship”

    Antibiotic stewardship, or using antibiotics wisely, is a high priority among healthcare providers. Tune in Saturday as host Dr. Jeff Bird is joined in the studio by Mark Saleem, M.D., F.A.C.S.; Rosette Kfoury. M.D.; and Richard G. Lugar, PharmD, BCPS.

    8 p.m.  Saturday, April 27

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  • Les Miserables On Masterpiece

    Victor Hugo’s masterpiece comes to television in an adaptation by multi award-winning screenwriter Andrew Davies. Love, death, and the struggle for social justice in early 19th-century France feature in this beautifully faithful retelling of one of the world’s most beloved stories.

    9 p.m., Sundays through May 19

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  • Breakthrough: The Ideas That Changed The World

    Take a mind-blowing journey through human history, told through six iconic objects that modern people take for granted, and see how science, invention and technology built on one another to change everything.

    10 p.m. Wednesdays through May 22

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  • Watch your PBS Favorite Progams Online Anytime

    With WIPB Passport, you get extended access to favorite programs, including full seasons of many current and past series.

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Coming Up on WIPB-TV:

Reverend Marvin Chandler: Open to the Moment

Thursday, April 25, 10 p.m.

Learn about the story of native Hoosier Reverend Marvin Chandler, whose life not only made an impact on Indiana, but on our nation. » Preview

State of the Art

Friday, April 26, 9:00 p.m.  

Ride alongside art curators as they embark on a road trip to 1,000 destinations to investigate what’s happening in art today. » Preview

Beyond Your Backyard “Boone”

Saturday, April 27, 9:30 p.m.

Travel to the hill country of the mid-Atlantic to unlock the secrets of Boone, North Carolina. Rustic scenery, fascinating frontiersman history, Bluegrass music and delicious country-chic comfort food are all on the menu. » Preview

Video Features:

Not too long ago, our early human ancestors were under attack from predators.

What is it about James Brown’s music that makes it sound so funky?