"Storied Voices" is a new web series that profiles your favorite radio hosts from WBFO-FM 88.7 and Classical 94.5 WNED.

Outreach & Education - Our education and outreach department creates educational materials related to...


Thank You Sponsors!
Thank you to our Kid Fest Sponsors & Community Partners! Read More.

PBS KIDS is committed to making a positive impact on the lives of children through curriculum-based entertainment. Visit PBS Kids

Our staff had some fun with these awesome submissions for new ice cream flavors. Read More.

Press Room
Monday, 24 August 2015 14:01

Big Blue Live

Published in Individual Shows
Thursday, 06 August 2015 20:15

Great Performances: Driving Miss Daisy

Description: Enjoy performances by Angela Lansbury as a well-to-do Jewish matron and James Earl Jones as her African-American chauffeur, a twosome whose unlikely friendship evolves during the tumultuous years of the Civil Rights era.Friday, August 21, 08:00 pm on WNED-TV

Duration: 1:26:16



- See more at:

Published in Movies
Wednesday, 05 August 2015 20:11

Black Like Me

Description: BLACK LIKE ME is a 1964 film based on the nonfiction book of the same name by journalist John Howard Griffin. Griffin, a white native of Dallas, first published the landmark memoir Black Like Me in 1961. The book, hailed by the New York Times as an "essential document of contemporary American life," describes his six-week experience traveling on Greyhound buses (occasionally hitchhiking) throughout the racially segregated states of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia passing as a black man. At the time of the book's writing in 1959, race relations were particularly strained in America; Griffin's aim was to explain the difficulties facing black people in certain areas. The poignant and moving film dramatizes this ground-breaking and powerful piece of literature.

Friday, August 14, 08:02 pm on WNED-TV

Duration: 1:47:49


- See more at:

Published in Movies
Tuesday, 04 August 2015 19:50

The Best of Men

Description: THE BEST OF MEN is the gripping story of Dr. Ludwig Guttman's transformative care of paraplegics. Toward the end of the World War II, Guttmann, a Jewish refugee from Nazi Germany, arrived at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in England and changed the lives of his paralyzed soldiers and skeptical staff using wheel-chair based sports. Through sports the soldiers who were suffering from institutionalized neglect, learned to live more fulfilling lives, build physical strength and gain self-respect. Dr. Guttmann, an unsung hero, helped start the Paralympic Games. In 1966, the long-time British citizen was deservedly knighted for his part in bringing hope to the hopeless.

Friday, August 7, 08:00 pm on WNED-TV

Duration: 1:29:18


See more at:

Published in Movies

"Frederick Law Olmsted: Designing Western New York" airs Monday, May 4 at 9 p.m.

BUFFALO, N.Y. - Frederick Law Olmsted, America's first and best-known landscape architect, created an enduring legacy in Western New York. Perhaps best known for his design of New York City's Central Park, Olmsted had a powerful and lasting influence on our community.

Published in Press Room
Page 2 of 5