A Dinosaur Train One Hour Special including four new stories; “Otto Ophthalmosaurus”, “Shoshana Shonisaurus”, “Maisie Mosasaurus”, and “A Sea Turtle Tale”. Join the Pteranodon family in more underwater adventures!
WSKG’s Artist Café showcases an expansive variety of national and local artists including photographers, dancers, poets and many more. This week: Jessica Fellowes (The Chronicles of Downton Abbey writer), Architecture of Flight, Tom Otterness and Elmira, NY still life painter Marc Rubin.
When the head of a local book club is robbed and battered to death with her walking stick, suspicion soon falls on the members of her reading club. When the club is exposed as a front for a lucrative investment portfolio, many believe that money and riches were the motive behind the brutal attack. The investigation becomes increasingly urgent as more members of the club meet a lethal fate. As the hidden-secrets and mysterious pasts of these women are uncovered, Barnaby finds that for one murder unrequited love is a stronger motive than money.
Each half-hour episode of Let's Polka! is full of bona fide polka fun, hosted by Bill Flynn. Tap your toes to the polka beat or dance along in your living room with our live studio audience. Plus, you'll really get to know the music and musicians as each episode contains an interview with Bill Flynn and the leader of the band! This week we bring back Eddie Derwin and the Polka Naturals to the studio.
Enjoy a special concert from Lincoln Center’s 2013 American Songbook series celebrating the legendary songwriting duo of John Kander and Fred Ebb, who wrote “All That Jazz” and “New York, New York.” Broadway stars Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley perform, alongside theater legends Joel Grey and Chita Rivera, in a review conceived and conducted by Rob Fisher.
LIFECASTERS unites fiction and documentary filmmakers to tell stories of Americans who use their strength, creativity and determination to reach their goals – a bit later in life. Filmmakers Adam McKay and Shira Piven follow former MC5 guitarist and punk pioneer Wayne Kramer, who finds hope and comfort through music; Oscar-nominees Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert observe African-American dancer Sheri "Sparkle" Williams, one of the oldest female professional dancers still practicing in the U.S.; and Emmy-nominees Aron Gaudet and Gita Pullapilly share the story of Albert Hurwit, a retired doctor who couldn’t read or write music, yet composed an award-winning symphony.