PBS Won 12 Emmys® at the 2017 News & Documentary Emmy® Awards Ceremony--more than any other organization:
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What will it take for humans to get to Mars? The Community Idea Stations Science Matters initiative explores this question with a night of space exploration activities, and informal discussion and Q & A with scientific experts November 14 from 6:00-9:00 p.m.
Freakonomics Radio is the newest show on 88.9 WCVE, airing Saturday mornings at 10:00 a.m.
Host Stephen J. Dubner and co-host Steve Levitt explore the riddles of everyday life and the weird wrinkles of human nature—from cheating and crime to parenting and sports—using the tools of economics to explore real-world behavior.
Enter to win a family 4-pack of tickets to Virginia Rep's production of Disney's Mary Poppins The Musical. This Tony award-winning, practically perfect musical follows the charming Mary Poppins on an enchanting journey through the streets of London.
PBS NewsHour continues to be one of the most trusted news programs on television. For more than 40 years millions of Americans have looked to the show for reliable reporting on the biggest events and issues affecting our country and the world.
Under the leadership of some of the nation's most respected journalists from Jim Lehr to Gwen Ifil and Judy Woodruff, the show has maintained the best journalistic practices, leading to dozens of journalism and television awards nearly every year since 1975.
88.9 WCVE will continue the tradition of broadcasting live from the main stage at the Richmond Folk Festival this year.
Don’t miss a minute of the festival even if you're out of town. Listen on 88.9 WCVE FM or stream online at IdeaStations.org.
Want to re-live last year’s festival? We’ll be replaying select performances every Saturday at 1:00 p.m. on 88.9 WCVE FM and online at IdeaStations.org.
Hear from people in our community who experienced the Vietnam War.
We recorded live panel discussions to share the stories of our friends and neighbors and educate the community about the Vietnam Era. Moderated by Robert Hodierne, the University of Richmond Journalism Department Chair who began his career covering the Vietnam War, these two discussions included diverse perspectives on ways this turblent time touched our community.
Enter to win a family 4-pack of tickets to Virginia Rep's Akeelah And The Bee. Based on the 2006 film starring Keke Palmer, the play follows the journey of Akeelah as she travels from the south side of Chicago to the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
The Community Idea Stations is accompanying our local broadcast of Ken Burns’ The Vietnam War with an unprecedented outreach and public engagement program called Vietnam: Virginia Remembers.
This sponsorship opportunity, with online, radio, TV and live event components, will connect Virginians across cultures, generations and perspectives by chronicling the war’s impact on our community.
Contact us today to talk more about sponsorship options.