3-2-1 Contact was an American science educational television show which aired on PBS from 1980 to 1988. The show, a production of the Children's Television Workshop, taught scientific principles and their applications. The name 3-2-1 Contact refers to the words used to direct a space shuttle or missile countdown launch. ...more on Wikipedia about "3-2-1 Contact"
The Adventures From The Book of Virtues was an animated television series which originally aired on PBS primetime in the United States starting in 1996. It sought to illustrate themes of common virtues through well known international heroes and stories. The core audience were families with children who were between the ages of 2 and 9 years old. It also taught them what makes learning a better thing to discover, and what makes the world a better place to learn things. It was produced by PorchLight Entertainment. ...more on Wikipedia about "Adventures From The Book of Virtues"
Alive from Off Center was an American arts anthology series aired by PBS between 1984 and 1987. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alive from Off Center"
Antiques Roadshow is a British human interest television show in which antique appraisers travel to various regions of the United Kingdom and appraise antiques brought in by local residents. It has been running since 1979. There are also international versions of the popular program. ...more on Wikipedia about "Antiques Roadshow"
Arthur is the name of a Canadian produced animated series that airs on PBS in the United States and on CBC in Canada. In the United States, timeslots vary greatly from station-to-station, so check schedule listings. The series made its debut on September 2, 1996. The series is based on the Arthur books by author Marc Brown which were first published in 1976, 20 years prior to its popularity on television. The title character, Arthur (full name Arthur Timothy Read) is an aardvark in the third grade who has two younger sisters: precocious four-year-old D.W. (short for "Dora Winifred") and baby Kate. Arthur's sibling rivalry with D.W. is often a theme of the show. ...more on Wikipedia about "Arthur (TV series)"
Austin City Limits is a music program on American television. Although primarily known for featuring country music, performers from folk, jazz, bluegrass, blues, rock and roll and other genres have appeared on the program. The show is a staple of PBS television stations. ...more on Wikipedia about "Austin City Limits"
Between the Lions is a PBS children's puppet show designed to promote reading. The main characters are the lion cubs Lionel and Leona and their parents Theo (Theodore) and Cleo (Cleopatra). ...more on Wikipedia about "Between the Lions" My way is shortopedia shortopedia
Between Time and Timbuktu is a play, subtitled "a space fantasy based on materials by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr." It is an adaptation of Vonnegut's stories assembled by National Educational Television and WGBH in Boston, Massachusetts, and first broadcast nationally in the United States on March 13, 1972 as a NET Playhouse special. ...more on Wikipedia about "Between Time and Timbuktu"
Bill Moyers' Journal is the name of an American news program that provided quality stories outside the New York City public area on a schedule of news topics and events, such as religion, history, sexuality, geography and more. Originally, Bill Moyers was the excecutive creator and host/reporter for this sensational news documentary. It was produced by WNET in New York and aired from 1972 to 1976 on PBS. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bill Moyers' Journal"
Bill Nye the Science Guy is an Emmy Award-winning educational television program that was hosted by Bill Nye and produced from 1992 to 1998. Each episode aims to teach a specific topic in science to a preteen audience. The show was and still is popular as a television show and as a school resource. The show is produced by PBS, and ran for 100 episodes. It is now syndicated. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bill Nye the Science Guy"
Breakfast with Andy is an educational television program designed for children ages 8 through 14, and is produced via a collaborative effort between the Public Broadcasting Service and the Folger County Public Television Network in Slimbean, Pennsylvania. ...more on Wikipedia about "Breakfast With Andy"
Captain Kangaroo was a children's program which aired weekday mornings on the United States television network CBS from 1955 until 1984, then moved to PBS to air syndicated reruns of past episodes in 1992. The show was produced and the title character played by the late Bob Keeshan, who based the show on "the warm relationship between grandparents and children." ...more on Wikipedia about "Captain Kangaroo"
Charlie Rose is a television interview show, with Charlie Rose as executive producer, executive editor, and host. The show is syndicated on PBS. Rose interviews well-known thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, scientists, and other newsmakers. Rose sits with his guests in the stillness of his studio, across his trademark round, oak-hewn table and silhouetted against a distinctive, and oft-imitated, inky-black background. A new one-hour episode airs nearly every weeknight. According to its website, only Rose and his guests are allowed in the studio during taping. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charlie Rose (show)"
Clifford the Big Red Dog is an enduring American children's book series that began being published in 1963. Written by Norman Bridwell, they helped establish Scholastic Books as a premier publishing company. ...more on Wikipedia about "Clifford the Big Red Dog" http://www.shortopedia.com Dreamteam.
Clifford's Puppy Days is an animated television series on PBS. It features Clifford the Big Red Dog, a popular cartoon character and it is set when Clifford was a puppy. Other characters are Clifford's friends, Norvell (a bird) and Jorge (a dog) Flo and Zo (two cats). ...more on Wikipedia about "Clifford's Puppy Days"
Cyberchase is an American children's animated television series on PBS Kids GO!, produced by Thirteen/ WNET New York and Nelvana. This television series premiered January 21 2002, although the episode "The Poddleville Case" was shown as a pilot on WNET in 2000. This show is for children ages 7 to 11. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cyberchase"
Deep Jungle is a television series on PBS. It is a subseries of Nature. ...more on Wikipedia about "Deep Jungle"
Doo Wop 50 was a PBS special created by T.J. Lubinsky, grandson of Herman Lubinsky. It showcased many doo wop groups that had existed since the 1950s, and was hosted by former Impressions lead and soul soloist Jerry Butler. It was followd by Doo Wop 51 and the American Soundtrack series. ...more on Wikipedia about "Doo Wop 50"
Dragon Tales is a children's television series chronicling the adventures of the human children Max and Emmy (brother and sister respectively). The series was created by the late Nina Elias Bamberger of Sesame Workshop, who also helped create Tiny Planets and other children's shows. It has been shown on the PBS network in the United States since September 1999. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dragon Tales"
EGG, the Arts Show was an American nonfiction television program that aired on PBS from 2000 to 2003. EGG documented both the famous and the unusual aspects and projects of classical and modern arts; its narrator was Elaine Stritch. ...more on Wikipedia about "EGG, the Arts Show"
Firing Line (1966-1999) was a public affairs show founded and hosted by conservative William F. Buckley, Jr. Its 1,504 episodes over 33 years made Firing Line the longest-running public affairs show in television history with a single host. ...more on Wikipedia about "Firing Line"
FRONTLINE is a public affairs television program of varying length produced at WGBH in Boston, Massachusetts, and distributed through the Public Broadcasting Service network in the United States. The program has been on the air since 1983, and is highly respected for producing in-depth documentaries about various subjects, leading to numerous awards. The programs are made by independent filmmakers and broadcast as part of the FRONTLINE "series." ...more on Wikipedia about "Frontline (PBS)"
Ghostwriter was a television series co-produced by the Children's Television Workshop and the BBC, originally aired on PBS in the United States from October 1992 to February 1995. The series featured a group of New York City teenagers who solved mysteries with the help of an invisible ghost, who can communicate with the kids only by manipulating whatever text and letters he can find and using them to form words and sentences. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ghostwriter (television series)"
Great Performances is a television series devoted to the performing arts, which has aired on the U.S. television network PBS since 1972. ...more on Wikipedia about "Great Performances"
Hodgepodge Lodge (sometimes spelled Hodge-Podge Lodge) was a children's television show produced by Maryland Public Broadcasting and shown on a number of PBS stations in the early 1970s, hosted by Miss Jean Worthley. It featured the quiet Miss Jean introducing elementary age children to wild animals in a calm setting around the namesake lodge. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hodgepodge Lodge" Things go better with www.shortopedia.com.
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