HEC-TV offers a front row seat to one-on-one conversations with local & national celebrities.
Go behind the scenes with arts groups as preparations heat up for this fall's major arts festival, American Arts Experience-St. Louis. And watch for a special episode of State of the Arts with all the inside information.
John Bachmann, the senior partner at Edward Jones and executive fellow at the Executive Leadership Institute, interviews St. Louis business leaders on how they became successful.
There's a lot more to education than blackboards and textbooks. Behind the Minds takes you behind the school doors to highlight educational initiatives within St. Louis city and county K-12 schools. Watch for teachers, staff, administrators, and students who will blow your mind with innovative...
Building Blocks of Jazz explores the fundamentals of jazz with Phil Dunlap, Director of Education for Jazz St. Louis. His lively lessons often feature special guests who bring their own expertise into play. Find interesting instruction on everything from Groove, to Rhythm to Latin Jazz.
This program brings the viewer a series of in-depth discussions from leaders throughout the area on a variety of biotechnical and science subjects.
Join us for our HEC-TV Live! programs from the FIRST Robotics World Championships. Programs include live matches from the field of competition, behind the scenes views of the teams working on their robots in the "pit area," interviews with students from local teams as well as those from around the...
This series takes an in-depth look at St. Louis area filmmakers and their films.
This live interactive program connects classrooms with experts from various fields through videoconferencing.
This is a series of programs that come to you throughout the area.
This magazine style program based on Don Wolff's popular jazz radio show, I Love Jazz, showcases his depth of musical knowledge and appreciation of the historical jazz tradition. As a local renowned jazz authority, Don's insightful interviews reveal his dedication to music education and his...
At the Ladue School District, students and faculty have a unique opportunity to use technology to tell powerful stories. Our goal in presenting these student and faculty video stories, is to inform, report, and entertain our audience about the amazing things happening in education, our community,...
Impact is living up to its name by highlighting people, companies, and organizations making the commitment to find innovative ways to improve the quality of life for others. These are the good news stories from our own community that will focus on those making a difference in someone's life,...
This series explores and examines questions about science and all things related that occur in and around St. Louis.
Follow St. Louis area high school students as they tackle the excitement and challenge that is FIRST Robotics. Watch teams work with engineers, build teamwork, design and construct robots, program software, and experience the gracious professionalism of this "Super Bowl of Smarts."
Watch as Aaron Mermelstein brings his unique take on all things St. Louis to HEC-TV through his report on the WF&P Railroad; Cork Ball; Pirate Fest; Kirkwood painters; horseshoes; miniature horses; and much more to come.
An intimate portrait of St. Louis leaders and legends.
HEC-TV and Don Wolff bring you this innovative new law program from the St. Louis University's School of Law. Join us live as we discuss hot current legal issues with some of the areas top law professionals.
Fascinating stories produced by local filmmakers and introduced to us through HEC-TV's partnership with University City's Commission for Local Origination Programming (CALOP). Different hosts interview each of the filmmakers and their films are shown in their entirety.
Maryville Talks Books features lectures by noted authors.
Join the Missouri Bar lawyers and jurists as they discuss current legal issues.
See how K-12 students transformed into actors, photographers, editors and graphic artists to create short films. This program also showcases dozens of their impressive films in their entirety.
Playback episodes consist of compilations of student films from Webster University.
Safety experts in the transportation, healthcare and nuclear power industries come together for the 7th annual Safety Across High-Consequence Industries Conference at SLU.
Join us for The St. Louis Symphony Town Hall programs, where you will hear from David Robertson and Fred Bronstein as they discuss the finances and future of the orchestra.
These are timely conversations between the St. Louis County and St. Louis City economic development teams, emphasizing the achievements of St. Louis based organizations.
State of the Arts is St. Louis's only program devoted to the region's vibrant arts community, taking audiences behind the scenes to meet the artists, writers, and performers who call St. Louis home.
The documentary series "The Civil War- St. Louis" will take a look at what it was like to live in a Union-controlled city located in a state with Confederate leanings. In the mid-1800's Missouri was populated by states' rights supporters who supported slavery, as well as abolitionist German...
Gives viewers an inside look at what tomorrow's leaders think about some of today's issues. High school students from across the region take an in-depth look at the issues and offer some insightful views on the topics.
Pull into our Park to see trailers from many different programs.
A biweekly look at St. Louis theatre hosted by veteran critics Bob Wilcox and Gerry Kowarsky. The program features reviews of local and touring productions, interviews with people active in the theatre, and a calendar of upcoming shows.
A variety of hosts delve into the abundant, rich history of our community by taking you on a personal tour of some of our area's most historic places.
An exploration of freedom through the art of dance by St. Louis' ANNONYArts
EMMY Mid-America 2012 EMMY Awards, Governor's Award Presentation, Gold Circle Presentation and Silver Circle Presentations.
Sixty unique, 60 second music compositions with 60 choreographers create a continuous 1 hour concert of music and live dance.
The Alzheimer's Association St. Louis Chapter and Adam E. Stone, present the world premiere of "A Life Unhappening". This spoken-word ballet explores the impact of Alzheimer's on three generations of one woman's family.
A historical journey of the River Des Peres that uncovers its pristine past, polluted present and promising prospects.
Presented by the Sheldon Concert Hall and the Bosman Twins, an all star line up of St. Louis musicians paid homage to "Lady Jazz" Mae Wheeler. Hosted by Don Wolff of I Love Jazz and Bonita Cornute, the event featured some of St. Louis' top performers.
An inside look at St. Louis' Higher Education Consortium. Learn how the TRIO program provides students and adults with the tools for a brighter future.
Meet the Agta, one of the last hunter gatherer tribes in the world, they share their powerful story about their home, which is literally being cut from beneath them and reminisce about their past, their current life in the mountains and the uncertain future of both the land and its people.
An evening with Dr. Ralph J. Cicerone, President of the National Academy of Sciences.
This documentary takes an intimate look at the impact St. Louis artists have made on the evolution of Jazz.
A look at the man behind St. Louis' Safari Coffee and its memorable TV commercials.
Dances of India presents, "The Magic Grove." This narrated dance-drama is based on a Jain fable and incorporates the pageantry of Traditional Indian Dance.
Host Jean Ponzi investigates how everyday household products can be potentially dangerous to our health and the environment. Learn how to safely use, store and dispose of hazardous household materials in an environmentally friendly way.
A comprehensive documentary, by HEC-TV's Boyd Pickup, that celebrates the beauty of the Philippines, a region that hosts a remarkable large number of species but also supports the greatest concentration of unique biological diversity currently known on the planet.
A local look at innovative recycling and sustainability in St. Louis.
An in-depth look at St. Louis businesses and institutions focusing their resources and knowledge in an effort to conquer the many social challenges facing our world today.
Poor health literacy results in higher healthcare costs and poor health for Missourians.
Get an inside peek at upcoming segments from our most popular shows.
The Horatio Alger Association proudly presents Mario Frangoulis in Concert, featuring Deborah Myers and George Perris and accompanied by the St. Louis Philharmonic Orchestra with Conductor Dr. Robert Hart Baker.
This exciting all new live multi-media program, presented by JazzReach at the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center, celebrates the legacy of the great Miles Davis.
Join us as we take a closer look at the internationally-acclaimed entertainer Josephine Baker. We interview various historians, art experts, and Baker family members to gain insight into this icon. Watch and discover the many facets of this talented performer!
A short film on the region, it's history and the St. Louis connection.
Explore the Museum of Transportation's new exhibit space; learn about how the museum will be growing and examine our region's contributions to America?s transportation history.
A very special local documentary of the history and pioneering moments of the Catholic education system in St. Louis.
A concert featuring The St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra and The Youth Symphony of Kansas City.
Delve into the life of American composer and Southwest Folk music enthusiast John Donald Robb. Discover the local connection between Robb, the St. Louis McDonnell's and UM-SL.
An opera about a strong, independent woman who gives up love to take over her father's farm. Much to the dismay of her two brothers, the farm prospers under her care, until midlife when her childhood friend returns and falls in love with her.
The Enchantment of Dreams and Dream of the Pacific
Court documents found in St. Louis tell the inspiring story of courage when slaves from around the area fought for their freedom by challenging their owners in court.
The event was presented by Arts and Faith St. Louis on September 9th, 2012 at the Sheldon Concert Hall. The concert brought together performers from Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu and Sikh traditions. The evening was "offered to allow reflection, express sorrow and unify the community in...
In the late 60′s and early 70′s, in the midst of the hippie and youth subculture, a unique set of circumstances electrified progressive rock in St. Louis.
Join us in a conversation with architect David Chipperfield about the St. Louis Art Museum's biggest design change in its extensive history.
Symposium from the Saint Louis Science Center.
The St. Louis Beacon presents the Mikado for its 3rd annual fund raiser that was held January 1, 2012.
St. Louis Philharmonic Holiday Pops Concert 2010 Featuring the St. Louis Philharmonic Orchestra, Kirkwood Children's Chorale, Lindenwood University Chorus, and St. Louis Community College at Meramce Chorus, this concert features holiday favorites from the Touhill Performing Arts Center.
Journey back, with this exclusive HEC-TV documentary, to the middle of the 19th Century when St. Louis became "The Gateway to the West." Learn why St. Louis was and continues to be a popular immigration destination.
The competition - which emphasized improved connections and transitions between the 91-acre Arch grounds, downtown St. Louis, and the Mississippi riverfront - was launched last December and initially drew 49 teams, representing eight countries. Of those, nine teams were selected for the second...
A documentary about the ethnic cleansing of the German populations in Eastern Europe after World War II.
A local documentary looking at an innovative approach to community planning in and around Pacific, Missouri.
Explores how the three-minute love story known as tango improves the lives of Parkinson's patients, while telling a personal story about living with the disease.
Tells the story of the Civilian Conservation Corps Camps; the boys who lived in the camps and the impact their work had on Missouri Conservation and history.
Annual Chancellor's Report to the Community from the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
The Higher Education Consortium and the University Missouri St. Louis Department of Music proudly presents this holiday jazz concert. The University Orchestra, University Jazz Ensemble and Vocal Point performed during the "Jazz for the Holidays" concert on Dec. 2 at the Blanche M....
Join HEC-TV for a look at the value of the arts in St. Louis-what they mean to our economy and society, plus hear from Dana Gioia, the Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts.
A biographical profile celebrating the life and work of a prolific 20th Century American artist. The documentary chronicles Smith's younger years as an actor, playwright, composer, and architect, as well as his life long study of painting. Discover the significant collection of watercolor and...
There are an estimated 35 million Americans who can claim Scottish or Scots-Irish heritage. Folk music truly has no boundaries as it follows the migration patterns of humans. As they traveled, immigrant groups carried their musical traditions with them. These musical traditions included ceremonial...
FOCUS St. Louis' What's Right with the Region! (WRWR) awards celebration recognizes success stories from throughout the greater St. Louis region.
The 16th and 17th centuries were the formative 200 years leading to the creation of the United States of America. They started with Spanish conquistadors exploring the southeastern United States and ended with 12 English colonies firmly in place along the Atlantic seaboard with well established...
An eight-part series presenting a clear overview of the people and events that distinguished the 18th century at significant pivotal points in history.
An eight-part series presenting a clear overview of the people and events that distinguished the 19th century at significant pivotal points in history.
An eight-part series presenting a clear overview of the people and events that distinguished the 20th century at significant pivotal points in history
Examines the most significant events in America since the turn of the century.
Examines how historical figures affected events and the impact on us today.
This series takes a new approach to presenting American Indian history from the first groups that crossed the Bering Sea, 14,000 years ago, to present day.
This series highlights the many contributions of Black Americans that have influenced our culture, and enriched our society.
Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture
A six-part series that reveals the true origins of Christianity and delves into what it means to be a Christian.
From the past to the present, this eight-part series takes the viewer through one of the most powerful forces in American history; the promise of equality for all.
Recounts the significant advances and the ongoing effort to gain a clear and permanent guarantee of privileges for women and all economically disadvantaged groups.
This series highlights the many contributions of Hispanic Americans that have influenced our culture, and enriched society.
Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.
This series looks at the U.S. Constitution and how it has protected the American people for over two centuries. Discover how our nation's most revered document has empowered Americans to excel in art, literature, science and technology.
An eight-part series hosted by Donna Mills celebrates women's contributions to American history and inspiring accomplishments and victories from the 17th century to present day.
Host Bo Svenson, presents a fascinating look at ten monuments associated with America's grasslands from Devil's Tower National Monument to the Agate Fossil Beds and the Capulin Volcano Monument.
Film history through the eyes of more than 150 Hollywood insiders.
Provides viewers with the information they need before they make important purchases, "Consumer Reports" the venerable buying and testing guide Americans have turned to for decades, will provide their unimpeachable objectivity and scientific testing methods to segments.
Globe Trekker's Zay Harding hosts this new look at ancient civilizations including the Mayans, the Greeks, Romans, Incas, the Anasazi, and more.
An epic story about hiking the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine. The award-winning program takes you on a six-month, 2,173-mile journey along the most famous long-distance hiking trail in the world.
This series chronicles how humanity solved the mystery of the atom. It is an inspiring and remarkable history.
The Bix Beiderbecke Jazz Festival (founded in 1972) is held in Bix's hometown of Davenport, Iowa to help keep alive the memory and musical talents of native son, Bix - cornetist, pianist, and composer.
A fast-paced program showing short segments from 16 arts.
The definitive television series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence.
A series on the art, history, and culture of the American Southwest.
Helps teach English as a second language.
An upbeat family program that explores what people are curious about.
An introductory biology course.
Presents the Mexican people as they have persisted in their spiritual journey from pre-Christian times until today.
A psychology of grief course.
Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.
A Mandarin Chinese language course.
Shot in a television studio on the campus of Drury University in Springfield, Missouri, DU Uncut features original music performed by professional musicians.
This course equips students with communications skills applicable to organizational contexts.
Financial lifestyle magazine series that redefines success through a positive look at what is possible.
A introduction to cultural anthropology.
Offers compelling family programming on North America's most cherished passions-gardening, cooking, weather watching, wellness, homemaking, and hobby farming.
The cases covered in this series guide us in the understanding of how the First Amendment is still securing our liberties in the technologically rich and rapid changing world we live in.
An introductory German language course.
A French language course.
An up-to-date series to help prepare for the GED exam.
Presented by Jane Kaczmarek, the rich, literary tradition of American storytelling is featured including such greats as Poe, Dickenson, Twain, Alcott, Hemingway, Wolfe, Steinbeck, Vonnegut, and Morrison.
A series showcasing a diverse and fascinating array of high-profile authors and interviewers, uniquely paired to reflect their areas of prominence.
Hosted by Judy Brooks, Roy Walkenhorst and Olivia Newton-John, this series provides accessible, well-researched information on the new choices available to help achieve optimum well being for mind, body & spirit.
An informative health and wellness series, explores the personal side of health breakthroughs in treatment, prevention and research.
Presents a basic education in what various religions and faiths believe and practice.
Embark on a journey to discover the untold stories of contemporary India.
An interview series that explores how people make their decisions about ethical, religious, and social justice issues.rn
An informative talk show that delves into the issues behind the headlines.
A look into the management of African Wildlife Reserves.
Recorded on location at summer bluegrass festivals in Kentucky.
Sheds light on the lives, struggles, and cultures of China's 56 ethnic groups, the people's relationships to the land, and the effects of modernization on Chinese individuals and society.
This Series brings history and archeology to life through location footage and expert commentary and analysis.
In this documentary, molecular biology leaves the classroom as the two central characters, Nathan Rarere and Oscar Kightley, both of Polynesian decent, take us on a journey across the Pacific and into Asia in search of their roots.
From Japan to Taiwan to Korea, Asian states are at the forefront of the cutting edge of architecture, design, and engineering. The tallest building, the toughest tunnel, the fastest train -- Asia is home to projects that push the limits.
A roundtable discussion about TV commercials and our commercial culture.
Music brought to you by the Minnesota Association of Songwriters.
Highlights current issues related to Missouri's business climate, efforts to create and retain jobs, and efforts to improve the quality of life in our communities.
Learn about the vast world of art through an array of programs covering artists and their art as well as Gallery exhibitions and special collections found at the National Gallery of Art.
This series focuses on the inspiration and creative process at the conception of the filmmaking process. It includes interviews and footage from leading screenwriters and filmmakers discussing their craft and films.
Examines the meaning of the U.S. Constitution and how justices and judges decide cases.
Explores the history, methods, and techniques of archaeology.
Ozarks News Journal
Host Dr. Alexander B. Murphy opens the door to a whole new way of seeing and making sense of the world we find ourselves in.rn
A psychology Telecourse.
Three college students who have no idea what to do with their lives, head out across America in a 1985 neon green RV to interview a wide-range of people who have achieved success on their own terms.
A series celebrating the relationship between horse and human.
This telecourse covers the development stages of life.
The most populous city in America, New York City holds a fascination for many Americans. With over 8 million people within just 321 square miles, it is no wonder that The Big Apple harbors many secret stories. Join host Kelly Choi to discover undocumented and unknown enigmas of New York.
An introductory course emphasizing the classical era.
Weekly series highlighting events at SIUE.
Building on a new look, new host, and contributions from the staff of Consumer Reports, episodes are geared toward empowering viewers to make informed consumer choices.
Offers firsthand insight into the trials and triumphs of artists, who have used their creativity and voice to make a difference.
Features today's best new touring artists performing live from the legendary Sun Studio in Memphis, TN.
A fast-paced, upbeat travel entertainment series on all things Scottish.
A cooking series that explores America's culinary beginnings from the Birthplace of American Cuisine.
Through the eyes of naturalist Patrick McMillan, the world becomes exotic and fascinating.
A course in environmental science.
Three generations, two RV's, and one camera. They went in search of America and found each other. Take an extraordinary journey with NBC feature correspondent Mike Leonard and his family as they delve into their past and into our hearts and minds on a month-long trip across the U.S.
Host Sam Waterston leads viewers on an extraordinary odyssey to explore the remarkable capacity Americans have to create innovative solutions to global issues.
Abnormal Psychology Course
Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.
An outdoor adventure series
Hosted by CNN's top-rated anchor Paula Zahn, this commanding new mini-series uncovers the amazing medical strides in cancer research and treatment.
The University School of Business and Technology showcase business leaders from throughout the community.
History of western civilization.
Nature and wildlife documentaries.
A new television series from Mississippi Public Broadcasting. In each episode, three authors join host Gene Edwards for an intimate, roundtable discussion on their craft.
Kol Nidre is a solemn prayer, an invocation at the start of Yom Kippur, the Jewish world's holiest day of the year. This documentary includes historical details surrounding the iconic tune and the text of Kol Nidre, including aspects of Judaism from Hasidic and Orthodox to modem...
2007 Black Fine Art Showrn
Chronicles John W. Jones' journey to freedom on the Underground Railroad and his remarkable life as a free man in Elmira, New York.
A one-hour program of popular classical and traditional holiday music.
A Thousand Suns: Food, Ecology & Religion in the 21st Century
Comedian Patrick McKenna takes a refreshing, witty, and inspiring look into adult Attention Deficit Disorder.
A documentary film about the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge produced in partnership with Fish & Wildlife Service to celebrate the 50th anniversary.
Shot on location in Zimbabwe, Botswana, and Namibia, a remarkable journey that chronicles American artist, Becci Crowe's return to the African bush. This film immerses the viewer in the dangers, beauty, and humor or living in wild and remote Africa.
Explores the Vietnam War through the prism of the surfing sub-culture.
Tells the story of longshoremen fighting for their rights in the midst of the great depression.
A one-of-a-kind film detailing the lives and artistry of bluegrass musicians across the country featuring Tony Rice, Nickel Creek and more.
Blending interviews and historical photographs with breathtaking video, this film tells the dramatic stories of America’s 49th state.
This film follows an epic journey from FDR’s signing of the TVA Act of 1933 to the impact of TVA on the lives of people across the Tennessee Valley today.
This film delves into the scientific mysteries of dystonia and delivers a story about determination, persistence and personal triumph.
As seen on Jewish Life TV, this program highlights segments from Hollywood's "The Phil Blazer Show" featuring celebrities and traditional Chanukah songs and stories.
Follows Brazillian filmmaker Denise Zmekhol as she travels a modern highway deep into the Amazon in search of the indigenous Surui and Negarote children she photographed fifteen years ago.
The film that tracks Washington, DC, and New York City comedians as they attempt to perform clean comedy in an unclean world, starring Dick Gregory.
A profile of the start of an American icon – the ice cream cone and its legacy.
This land of fighters is fighting for its own national heritage as its buildings, railroad, and boulevards are in danger of crumbling, unless a small group of architects, engineers and patriots can save it.
A film about the characters, culture and history the filmmakers encountered on a trip along one of the loneliest stretches of highway east of the Mississippi.
Using William Stafford's eloquent poetry and prose, this film invites the viewer to reflect on their own ideas regarding war.
Documents a group of animal rights activists who are the pioneers of a network to preserve the lives of domestic animals in America.
Examines the financial, societal, and time pressures facing all educators.
Inspired by Maya Angelou's poem Phenomenal Women, five African-American educators, and students themselves, bring courage, humor, and selflessness to their everyday lives as they teach young people with special needs while working with their own families and to fulfill their own dreams.
Interviews with several folk artists from Nova Scotia.
Hosted by Robert Redford, this program celebrates America's commitment to wilderness preservation.
Join four brilliant artists-the late Koko Taylor with Blues Machine, Ruthie Foster, Tommy Castro, and Ana Popovic-for a event filmed lived in Detroit.
The Crane Chorus and the Crane Symphony Orchestra come together to present a very special Holiday concert.
The story of how companies, investors, pension fund managers, innovators, and entrepreneurs worldwide are quietly growing a new, cleaner, greener, more ethical economy.
A documentary about the culture preserve by the descendants of the original slaves who have never left St. Helena Island, South Carolina where their ancestors endured their servitude.
Tells the story of the often hidden children of our times students with learning disabilities. The film follows junior and senior high school students with Down Syndrome, autism, or behavior issues as they collaborate with their dedicated art teacher to create artwork for their first professional...
A series on ideas and their consequences.
A feature documentary film about the modern immigrant rights movement.
This documentary film explores the expertly gathered opinions of Muslims around the globe through the Gallup World Poll regarding such issues as Gender, Prejudice, Terrorism and Democracy.
An Introduction to Native American Pow Wows.
Chronicling the changing kibbutz through the eyes of some of its most devoted members, Keeping the Kibbutz examines the challenges faced by a community in transition.
A heartwarming documentary about the abandoned polar bear cub in the Berlin Zoo.
A program on recycling and conservation for today's world.
A documentary profiling the increasing number of Native Americans leaving the reservation for life in the city.
This documentary looks at the changes of local radio and how some stations in South Carolina have survived while others have failed.
Meet a woman who can't forget a day of her life, and soldiers who can't forget the one-day they would give anything to forget. This documentary takes an in-depth look into the science behind memory.
St. Louis veterans exhibit their artist talents in this gala variety show. This annual competition recognizes the progress and recovery made through art therapy and raises the visibility of the creative achievements of our nation's veterans.
See how the publication grew from a small local newssheet into the leading black newsapaper of the 20th century,
Nobel Laureates explores the lives and careers of this year's Nobel Prize winners who have been awarded the highest honor in their respective fields.
Features footage from a fast-paced OilShockWave war-game exercise, along with interviews by former Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin; former Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage; former Navy Secretary John Lehman; former presidential terrorism advisor Richard Clarke; former White House Press...
Seven women struggle to escape homelessness in small towns and resort communities across America.
Environmental activist and attorney, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. makes a stop in the Gateway City to deliver a passionate defense of the environment.
Narrated by Susan Sarandon, focuses on both the science behind the spread of Hepatitis C and the devastating effects it has on it's victims.
This musical and cultural journey explores the roots of ragtime and the role of the music business.
This entertaining half hour documentary explores a medley of television shows and addresses how satellite programming affects and unites Arabs throughout the world.
This timely program looks at hypothetical scenarios reflecting the current healthcare struggles of many Americans. The panelists discuss various challenges and solutions that will shape the ongoing debate on healthcare reform.
Chronicles the ongoing battle over the resources of Northern California's and Oregon's Klamath Basin.
Told through the stories of six different men ranging in age from fourteen to eighty-six, Roots of Love documents the changing significance of hair and the turban amoung Sikhs in India.
A documentary about Tennessee Williams' time here in St. Louis.
A documentary about Nashville's maverick songwriter/producer, 'Cowboy' Jack Clement.
The Fez Festival of World Sacred Music offers an unusual combination of global tolerance and beautiful music, bringing together an eclectic group of singers and musicians. This documentary is based on the festival's regular gathering at an historic Moroccan city.
Chronicles young Wolfson's rise as the son of a socially and politically prominent Miami family, his staking of his own territory and the subsequent evolution of a world class collector of decorative arts and propaganda.
Tells the story of Clyfford Still's remarkable life and his indelible contributions to American art.
The 13th Annual Best Performance Awards for outstanding St. Louis area community musical theater.
A seasonal favorite with David Hartman featuring Paul Busse and Applied Imagination.
The inspirational address of pancreatic cancer patient Randy Pausch.
Decades ago, Mexican migrant laborers came to work in the apple orchards of northwest Virginia, and returned home after the harvest. Today, the number of unauthorized Latino immigrants living in the Commonwealth has exploded. Award-winning documentary producer Brent Finnegan examines this emotional...
An amazing, moving, acoustic performance by the late great singer-songwriter Jim Croce.
This half hour documentary takes viewers on a journey of discovery, looking at some of the most exciting scientific research being done today on the biological workings of memory.
The Next Mission
Thomas Edison, the 'wizard' of electricity, began searching for a domestic source of rubber to protect Americans from foreign control of this vital commodity.
Chronicles the controversial life of author Julia Peterkin, Pulitzer Prize winner for her sensitive portrayal of rural African American's of the 1920's.
This thought-provoking program offers a behind-the-scenes look at the construction of the ill-fated Titanic.
Features a studio audience, hosted by Dr. Nancy Snyderman, including people who have dealt with difficult end-of-life treatment issues—physicians, lawyers, nurses, social workers and members of the clergy.
Winning the War on HIV in Africa
This documentary features Winston Churchill's defining “Iron Curtain” speech, introducing a new generation to his wisdom.
Discover the past one hundred years in Virginia through stories from centenarians.
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