The 39th annual Capitol Fourth celebration is on the horizon and a slew of stars, including TV’s coolest uncle: John Stamos, will be there. See who else is on the lineup.
Co-hosts Joe Mantegna and Mary McCormack share why this annual event is so special, while Gold Star widow Ursula Palmer remembers her fallen husband.
Alabama Public Television says it won’t air an episode of the children’s show “Arthur” that featured a same-sex marriage. “Mr. Ratburn and the Special Someone” aired as the premiere for the show’s 22nd season on May 13.
Public broadcaster PBS will move to a new headquarters building next year, but it is not moving far.
PBS host Geoffrey Baer is back this summer with new episodes of his series “10 That Changed America” focusing on streets, monuments and marvels, including one show that gives the surprising inside story behind icons like the Statue of Liberty and Mount Rushmore.
Visit the local sites and stories that inspired a popular TV drama.
Artisans live in six months of “nearly monastic isolation” to make one of the more popular beverages in the U.S. A filmmaker gives a behind-the-scenes look at how saké is made.
Faced with cloudy conditions Monday night, producers decided to use fireworks footage from previous broadcasts – a first for the live annual broadcast on PBS. But after backlash, the producers are apologizing and said they didn’t mean to deceive viewers.
Many who were watching PBS’s broadcast of “A Capitol Fourth” noticed something was a little “off” when it aired footage of the fireworks show in the nation’s capital.
A piece of art originally appraised as a piece from the late 19th century and valued at as much as $50,000 on the popular PBS series Antiques Roadshow was instead found to be a sculpture made by a high school student decades ago.
Researchers are closing in on a way to safely erase traumatic memories.
When crafting a special Civil War-themed menu, a local chef took his cues from cuisine liked by few — hospital food.
The final and sixth season of the hit British drama “Downton Abbey” premieres Sunday night on PBS.
WTOP\’s Jason Fraley chats with Michael Pack, who worked with wife Gina to create the documentary \”Rickover: The Birth of Nuclear Power.\”
TV\’s latest food show doesn\’t feature dueling celebrity chefs, cupcake competitions and timed runs through a grocery store. The PBS series \”Food Forward TV\” is a food show about people.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.