Returning to Your Roots: A Sixth Season of the Genealogical Odyssey

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This January, witness the astonishing potential of genealogical research as Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. returns for a new season on Rhode Island PBS.

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'America’s Test Kitchen' Hosts Come to Providence

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Fans of 'America’s Test Kitchen' are invited to start the New Year in smart, tasty style when co-hosts Julia Colin Davison and Bridget Lancaster come to Providence for a cooking demonstration and cookbook signing at Boscov's.

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Local TV Journalist Joins Rhode Island PBS News Show

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In a state where the “Kevin Bacon’s Six Degrees of Separation” theory is really only two or three degrees, keeping good news under wraps in Rhode Island is a tough job. We know a guy. You know the same guy. His name is Bill Rappleye, and this talented guy is joining a growing list of talented and seasoned news professionals moving to WSBE Rhode Island PBS.

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Making News Before the Cameras Roll

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In a news climate of "flash and dash" - in which stories are reduced to headlines and sound bites - Rhode Island PBS has engaged the formidable talents of Barbara Dury to lead a team of journalists and producers in our new news show.

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New Year, New Season: doubleFEATURE Reels in Season 4

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Lights, camera, action! doubleFEATURE returns January 2 for a fourth season.

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Welcoming Outside Source and World News Today

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As CNBC wraps its final episode of the Nightly Business Report on December 27, Rhode Island PBS introduces two new BBC programs to our content schedule.

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It's OK Not to Be OK: Destigmatizing Mental Health and Substance Use

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This December, the state of Rhode Island and the Rhode Island Broadcasters Association embark on a year-long campaign to raise awareness about mental health and substance use.

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Time to (Finally) Scan

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The wait is over, antenna viewers. Rhode Island PBS is coming back to a TV near you!

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Rediscover the Spirit of Rhode Island with OUR TOWN: A Look Back

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Jump back into the local culture of OUR TOUR with a retrospective tour of the series, featuring segments from each episode.

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CNBC Ceases Production of Nightly Business Report

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After 40 years on public television, Nightly Business Report airs its final episode in December.

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A Monumental Trip Across the Bay

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Featuring breathtaking aerial perspectives and never-before-seen footage of the original construction, The Newport Bridge: A Rhode Island Icon tells the untold story of one of the world's longest suspension bridges.

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The Height of the Issue

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As we conclude our eighth week of construction on a new broadcast antenna, the team of dedicated aerial technicians continues to work to restore our two over-the-air channels.

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Weather Continues to Delay Resumption of Over-The-Air Signal

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Rain, rain (and wind) go away. Come again another day. (But only after we are back on the air with our new transmitter!)

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It's A Heated Thanksgiving!

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Chef Nick Rabar and friends debate cooking techniques and recipes in 'A Heated! Thanksgiving' – you know how the holidays can be!

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While Time Stands Still

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An inspiring documentary about love, courage, and sacrifice, 'While Time Stands Still' tells the gripping story of America's military families during war.

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