A new special spotlights legendary female country music artists, their stories and songs, and why they've stood the test of time. A love letter to the women of Nashville, the program pays tribute to 14 icons of country music — including Dolly Parton, Tammy Wynette, Loretta Lynn, Patsy Cline and Brenda Lee — with reflections on their songs from contemporary female country artists.
Iconic Women of Country airs Tuesday, June 2 at 8pm on WETA PBS, or stream on the free PBS Video App.
With the sudden impact of COVID-19, Americans are facing financial challenges unimagined just a few months ago. In an informative program created exclusively for premiere on WETA PBS, acclaimed financial advisor and New York Times bestselling author Ric Edelman reveals investment strategies to get through this crisis and offers seven action steps you can take quickly to help improve your personal finances.
COVID and Your Money: Ric Edelman Explains airs Monday, June 1 at 8pm on WETA PBS.
WETA reprises the documentary history series Africa's Great Civilizations, a 2017 WETA co-production hosted, executive-produced and written by our partner Henry Louis Gates, Jr. In the programs, airing back-to-back throughout the afternoon and evening of Sunday, June 7, the Harvard scholar travels the length and breadth of the continent to chronicle its history from an African perspective, exploring the complexity, grandeur and diversity of Africa's history from the dawn of humankind to the colonial era.a.
Africa's Great Civilizations airs Sunday, June 7, 1-9pm on WETA PBS.
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Tune in to our Classical Breakdown podcast to hear Aaron Goldman, Principal Flute of the National Symphony Orchestra, discuss the history of the flute and demonstrate various flutes you may have never heard before. He also shares his journey through the world of classical music, a more circuitous route than you might expect.
Explore, read, play, invent, build and learn — all about water and the rivers and streams in your community. The River Rangers program is kid-centered with an emphasis on inquiry and creativity. Kids will explore 5 big topics: How rivers are formed; river habitats (who lives here?); people on the river; the water in my cup; and protecting our water through shared books, hands-on activities, writing, educational apps, and local outings. Get the free toolkit and start exploring!