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  • Country Music

    Explore the history of a uniquely American art form: country music. From its deep and tangled roots in ballads, blues and hymns performed in small settings, to its worldwide popularity, learn how country music evolved over the course of the twentieth century.

    8 p.m. Sunday-Wednesday, September 15-18, 22-25

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  • Voces On PBS

    Explore the best of Latino arts, culture, and history. Shining a light on current issues that impact Latino Americans and the rich diversity of the Latino experience, VOCES presents new and established filmmakers and tells illuminating stories.

    10 p.m. Wednesdays, Beginning September 20

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  • Now Entering…Rushville

    NOW ENTERING RUSHVILLE tells the history of the friends and family in the Indiana town of Rushville. Explore the stories that make the small farming community unique including a glimpse of their political contribution, involvement in the hotel industry, and how their Covered Bridges came to be.

    8 p.m. Thursday, September 26

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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:

Great Performances”Now Hear This: Vivaldi”

Friday, September 20, 9 p.m.  

Discover how Vivaldi’s classical masterwork merged religious melodies, opera, and violin playing to create a new era of music. » Preview

Country Music: Live at the Ryman Concert

Saturday, September 21, 9 p.m.

Join musicians for a celebration the film by Ken Burns. Hosted by Burns and featuring performances and appearances by County Music stars. »Preview

Country Music “The Sons and Daughters of America (1964-1968)”

Sunday, September 22, 8 p.m.

See how country music reflects a changing America, with Loretta Lynn speaking to women, audiences looking beyond race to embrace Charley Pride, and more.  » Preview

Video Features:

Look at a few of the most famous incorrect factoids in science, and get suggestions for how to make our common knowledge more correct.

The answer is pretty simple on paper: To help fight climate change, we need to convert more of our diet to plant-based foods and away from red meat. But in practice, it is REALLY hard to do.