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The Great British Baking Show

Season 5: Tarts

The remaining 10 bakers do their best to wow Paul and Mary with their tartes tartin.

Antiques Roadshow

Vintage Savannah

Travel back to 2003 for memorable finds including one treasure appraised for up to $50,000


War on the EPA

FRONTLINE investigates how Scott Pruitt went from fighting the EPA to running the agency.


Brimstone & Glory

A plunge into the fire of Tultepec, Mexico, the site of the National Pyrotechnic Festival.


Rise of the Superstorms

Witness the devastation wrought by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria in 2017.

Wisconsin Foodie

The Louisiana Connection

Farmed Wisconsin foods join wild-caught Louisiana foods in an epic, eco-conscious feast.

University Place

The Opioid Crisis: A Historical Perspective

June Dahl provides the history of opium and opioid analgesics and discusses their uses.


Wisconsin Hometown Stories

Wisconsin Hometown Stories: Eau Claire

The story of a city both shaped and empowered by the convergence of two rivers.

Tribal Histories

St. Croix Ojibwe History

Mitchell La Sarge and Wanda McFaggen tell stories of St. Croix Ojibwe history.

Wisconsin Life

Rhythm Makers

Visit Blackhawk Island in Jefferson County to explore the life of poet Lorine Niedecker.

Here and Now

Johnson Weighs in on Russia and Trade

U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson discusses Russia, trade policy and NATO.


No Passport Required


Join chef Marcus Samuelsson to explore the culture of Detroit’s Middle Eastern community.

The Great British Baking Show


This week, the bakers get their dessert as they face three challenges all designed for a sweet tooth.

Wisconsin Foodie

MPS ProStart | Turtle Creek Gardens

See how local chefs and farmers work with Milwaukee Public Schools to teach about cooking.

Baking With Julia

A Three-Tiered Wedding Cake

Martha Stewart and Julia finish their glorious three-tiered wedding cake.

Around the Farm Table

Hold Your Horses

Inga has a birthday surprise for her nephews and celebrates with a chocolate beet cake.

A Chef's Life

Persimmon Style

Vivian takes the twins to pick persimmons and learn about the fruit's different varieties.

Food Flirts

Thailand Meets Tres Leches

The Food Flirts want to tackle something new about ice cream!


First Nation Stories

Tribal Histories

Red Cliff Ojibwe History

Marvin DeFoe and Andrew Gokee share the oral tradition of the Red Cliff Ojibwe.

America Reframed

America ReFramed: 'Little Dream Catchers' (English Captions)

Little Dream Catchers, a portrait of preschoolers on White Earth Nation. By Dustinn Craig.

Tribal Histories

Ho-Chunk History

Tribal elder Andy Thundercloud shares the oral tradition of the Ho-Chunk people.

Indie Alaska

I am a Native Youth Olympian

Autumn Ridley competes in the Alaskan High Kick at the Native Youth Olympics.

Wisconsin Stories

Wisconsin Stories: Native Journeys

Learn more about Wisconsin's Native American tribes and their history.

Wisconsin Life

Turtle Clan Art

Mark Fischer honors his Oneida Nation ancestry with his Native American copper art.

University Place

Preserving Native Languages in Wisconsin

Monica Macaulay and Rand Valentine share the history of spoken Native American languages.


Man In An Orange Shirt

Man In An Orange Shirt

Two love stories, 60 years apart, chart the changes and challenges of gay life in England.

Inspector Lewis

One for Sorrow

Learn if there’s a connection between a body discovered in a well and a murdered artist.



Past and present collide, as the auction of a priceless Faberge Egg gets underway.


Episode 1

The rivalry between George and Ross picks up where it left off.

Little Women

Episode 1

With their father away at war, the March sisters come to terms with their new life.


Episode 1

DCI Cassie Stuart and DS Sunny Khan confront a skeleton buried in a cellar.


A Soldier's Daughter / The Green-Eyed Monster

New mother Victoria is eager to return to ruling; Albert befriends Ada Lovelace.

Sewing With Nancy

Quilt with an Embroidery Machine -Part 2 Encore Presentation

Old school quilting ideas become new school technology, using an embroidery machine.


The Wisconsin Gardener

The Root of the Problem

Tackle root rot and the invasive Japanese Beetle. Plus, the flower we love, but deer hate.


Hot Mess

What Can You Actually Do About Climate Change?

What can you do to make a meaningful difference in decreasing the carbon footprint?


Do You Have an Inner Voice?

How do you hear your inner voice?

University Place

Weather Predictability and Predictions

Richard Anthes discusses weather forecasting and high-impact weather events.

It's Okay to Be Smart

97% of Climate Scientists Really Do Agree

97% of climate scientists really agree that humans are the main cause of climate change.

Gross Science

What Your Earwax Says About You

Your gross earwax can reveal a ton about who you are.

University Place

Designing and Building the New UW Meat Science Lab

Jeff Sindelar discusses the importance of the Meat Sciences Laboratory at UW-Madison.


NOVA Wonders What's Living in You?

Discover how a world of microbes living in and on you can make you sick.

Director's Cut

Wendy Schneider & Butch Vig, ``The Smart Studios Story``

Wendy Schneider, Butch Vig - The Smart Studios Story

The Art Assignment

Why You Don't Like Art History

Was your Art History class an endless succession of names and dates and movements?

Foreigner Live at the Symphony

Foreigner Live at the Symphony

Foreigner performs with the 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus.

30-Minute Music Hour

Anna Wang

Electronic artist Anna Wang writes rock-synth music which showcases her powerful vocals.


What Is Art Good For?

Explore art in the age of revolution, war and profound scientific change.

Great Performances

Movies for Grownups® Awards with AARP the Magazine

For the first time, stream the awards show for movie lovers with a grownup state of mind.

Austin City Limits

Chris Stapleton / Turnpike Troubadours

Enjoy an hour of modern country music with Chris Stapleton and Turnpike Troubadours.