WIPB-TV

  • Nature “The Mighty Weasel”

    Discover the truth about the infamous weasel, often associated with unsavory behavior. Do these critters deserve their bad reputation? Follow the adventures of a first-time weasel mom, fearless honey badger and a tiny orphan weasel.

    8 p.m. | Wednesday, February 19

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  • Frontline “The Amazon Empire”

    Examining Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ ascent to power and the global impact of the empire he built. The film also investigates the darker side of the company’s rapid growth, and the challenge of trying to rein in the power of the richest man in the world.

    9 p.m. | Tuesday, February 18

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  • Insight with Mark Oppenheim

    Experience the nine-episode series of INSIGHT with Mark Oppenheim as 17 nonprofit organizations describe their impact on the communities of the east central Indiana and highlight how they are strengthening their individual communities.

    4 p.m. | Saturdays, beginning February 1

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  • Bright by Text

    Bright by Text is now in Muncie, Indiana! Are you a parent or caregiver to a child under 5? To get free learning games and easy-to-understand tips texted to you, text “WIPB” to 27448 to sign up today!

     

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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:

Independent Lens “We Believe in Dinosaurs”

Monday, February 17, 10 p.m.

Witness Creationism and science collide aboard an enormous Noah’s Ark in rural Kentucky. » Preview

The Long Shadow

Thursday, February 20, 10 p.m.

Filmmaker Frances Causey investigates the roots of racism and the shameful legacy of slavery. » Preview

Independent Lens “Always In Season”

Monday, February 24, 10 p.m.  

A grieving mother embarks on a quest for racial justice after her teenage son’s suspicious death. » Preview

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