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WTIU celebrates Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month with new programs that celebrate the Asian-American experience.

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Jody Chatelain (holding award), and other Recovery Engagement Center volunteers, recipients of the 2014 Be More Healthy Award (Health and Wellness).

Annual awards honor local volunteers for outstanding community service.

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Spirit of Brown County and The Weekly Special received a bronze award in the 35th Annual Telly Awards.

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Downton_Abbey_Trip

WTIU and the IU Alumni Association are partnering to offer a once-in-a-lifetime trip inspired by Downton Abbey.

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PBS KIDS GO! Writers Contest – Encouraging Kids to Tap Their Inner Author

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The Association of Public Television Stations (APTS) today presented its Champion of Public Broadcasting Award to Governor Mike Pence (R-IN).

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Richard Sher

You can watch a live taping of two radio shows May 3 at the BCT!

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Red Green

Red Green returns to the Buskirk-Chumley Theater in Bloomington on Sunday, April 13 at 7pm.

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Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary sits in an upholstered chair, looking at baby that she cradles in her arms was a woman servant, standing, looks on

Program reaches average audience of more than 15 million people.

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Daniel Tiger

"Daniel’s Big Feelings Week" will present stories of Daniel and his friends learning how to handle emotions that come with being a little kid in a big world.

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Six new one-hour documentaries recognize the accomplishments of women in war, comedy, space, business, Hollywood, and politics.

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Dame Judi Dench as Desirée Armfeldt, singing âSend in the Clownsâ in Stephen Sondheimâs A Little Night Music (which she originally performed at the National Theatre in 1995).

Specials include a 50th anniversary gala with Maggie Smith, a Met opera seen for the first time in 25 years, and a film about a pioneering arts school.

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Cab Calloway in 1943 at The Strand, New York City

WTIU celebrates Black History Month with new programs that unite more than a century of history and culture

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More than ten million viewers watched the Season 4 premiere

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New Technology Will Enable Stations to Share Programming Statewide and Consolidate Operations in 2014

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Isabel Leonard as Rosina in Il Barbiere di Siviglia

Specials include a beloved New Year's Day concert hosted by Julie Andrews and the story of a Louisville orchestra that changed the face of contemporary music.

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WFIU Holiday Shows

Our schedule is packed with holiday specials and holiday-themed episodes of your favorite WFIU programs!

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Lady Violet Crawley pouring tea

Get a sneak preview of next year's Downton Abbey and immerse yourself in the Edwardian elegance of a real English afternoon tea

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The St. Olaf Choir presents a concert in Trondheimâs Nidaros Cathedral

Watch a poignant retelling of the World War I Christmas Eve truce, tour European Christmas markets, learn the epic story of the rise of Christianity, and more.

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Celtic woman on stage

WTIU presents an array of exciting programming for its December membership campaign, which runs from November 29 to December 8.

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Richard Sher

You can watch a live taping of two radio shows May 3 at the BCT!

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New Technology Will Enable Stations to Share Programming Statewide and Consolidate Operations in 2014

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WFIU Holiday Shows

Our schedule is packed with holiday specials and holiday-themed episodes of your favorite WFIU programs!

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Silhouette of Abraham Lincoln and draft of the Gettysburg Address

Movie stars and politicians join video upload project; new Ken Burns film shows how Gettysburg Address builds confidence for students with learning difficulties

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Sharon Ammen

Thousands of listeners like you came together to help us toward this year's pledge goal of $365,000.

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open house

You're invited to the free event taking place on Thursday, October 10 from 6:30 to 9pm.

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Saturday opera, Pipedreams, Sunday afternoon music, and more ... back in October!

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Activities, games, and crafts for preschool and elementary-aged children - Tuesday, July 30 from 1 to 8pm

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Dominick DiOrio

Dominick DiOrio leads the Summer Festival Chorus and Orchestra in a concert from Auer Hall that also features some of Samuel Barber's best-known work.

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Ophira Eisenberg

Opera finds a new year-round home on Sunday evenings, and the sound of our weekend afternoons will change, all starting July 6.

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Edward R. Murrow Awards

The Radio Television Digital News Association honors our education reporting team with an award for the nation's best small-market radio documentary.

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City of Bloomington Commission on Aging: The Creative Aging Festival

We'll be collecting stories at two events that celebrate lifelong creativity ... and hope to see you there!

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Accolades for professional and student on-air and online work.

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Edward R. Murrow Awards

StateImpact education reporting team wins regionally, is entered nationally, for best radio documentary.

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Wait Wait ... Don't Tell Me! Cinecast

The quiz show is getting beamed live to theaters around the country, including AMC Showplace on Bloomington's east side ... Thursday, May 2, at 8!

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Public Radio Music Month

Without public radio, the survival of musical treasures -- and with them, a slice of our cultural heritage -- would be in jeopardy.

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Rick Steves Portrait

The public television and radio host and author of over 50 guidebooks will be at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater in Bloomington on Saturday, March 16 at 7pm.

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Please consider sharing the following Facebook and Twitter posts with your friends.

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TED Radio Hour

The popular series of talks has spawned an NPR program hosted by Guy Raz. Listen in for it Sundays at 4.

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Teresa Lubbers

Indiana Higher Education Commissioner Teresa Lubbers' remarks, and a panel-discussion response, will be broadcast Thursday evening at 7.

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Anna May Wong black-and-white movie still

WTIU celebrates Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month with new programs that celebrate the Asian-American experience.

Read more »

Jody Chatelain (holding award), and other Recovery Engagement Center volunteers, recipients of the 2014 Be More Healthy Award (Health and Wellness).

Annual awards honor local volunteers for outstanding community service.

Read more »

Spirit of Brown County and The Weekly Special received a bronze award in the 35th Annual Telly Awards.

Read more »

Downton_Abbey_Trip

WTIU and the IU Alumni Association are partnering to offer a once-in-a-lifetime trip inspired by Downton Abbey.

Read more »

PBS KIDS GO! Writers Contest – Encouraging Kids to Tap Their Inner Author

Read more »

The Association of Public Television Stations (APTS) today presented its Champion of Public Broadcasting Award to Governor Mike Pence (R-IN).

Read more »

Red Green

Red Green returns to the Buskirk-Chumley Theater in Bloomington on Sunday, April 13 at 7pm.

Read more »

Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary sits in an upholstered chair, looking at baby that she cradles in her arms was a woman servant, standing, looks on

Program reaches average audience of more than 15 million people.

Read more »

Daniel Tiger

"Daniel’s Big Feelings Week" will present stories of Daniel and his friends learning how to handle emotions that come with being a little kid in a big world.

Read more »

MAKERS banner

Six new one-hour documentaries recognize the accomplishments of women in war, comedy, space, business, Hollywood, and politics.

Read more »

Dame Judi Dench as Desirée Armfeldt, singing âSend in the Clownsâ in Stephen Sondheimâs A Little Night Music (which she originally performed at the National Theatre in 1995).

Specials include a 50th anniversary gala with Maggie Smith, a Met opera seen for the first time in 25 years, and a film about a pioneering arts school.

Read more »

Cab Calloway in 1943 at The Strand, New York City

WTIU celebrates Black History Month with new programs that unite more than a century of history and culture

Read more »

More than ten million viewers watched the Season 4 premiere

Read more »

New Technology Will Enable Stations to Share Programming Statewide and Consolidate Operations in 2014

Read more »

Isabel Leonard as Rosina in Il Barbiere di Siviglia

Specials include a beloved New Year's Day concert hosted by Julie Andrews and the story of a Louisville orchestra that changed the face of contemporary music.

Read more »

Lady Violet Crawley pouring tea

Get a sneak preview of next year's Downton Abbey and immerse yourself in the Edwardian elegance of a real English afternoon tea

Read more »

The St. Olaf Choir presents a concert in Trondheimâs Nidaros Cathedral

Watch a poignant retelling of the World War I Christmas Eve truce, tour European Christmas markets, learn the epic story of the rise of Christianity, and more.

Read more »

Celtic woman on stage

WTIU presents an array of exciting programming for its December membership campaign, which runs from November 29 to December 8.

Read more »

Apple TV showing multiple TV screens

Apple TV users to get on-demand access to national and WTIU programs and PBS Favorites.

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Lincoln writing the Gettysburg address at David Wills house

New documentary traces Lincoln’s pioneering use of the telegraph and the address that remade America.

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