Wednesday, 21 January 2015 19:11

Target Prevention

Monday, Feb. 9 at 9 p.m.

We each hold a lot of power when it comes to our health. We have the unique opportunity to prevent, stall or lessen the impact of many diseases. Target Prevention, a WNED-TV original production, will show you the most effective things you can do to take control of your health.
Research demonstrates the positive impact of exercise and good nutrition. Small choices we make everyday really do impact our health. We also need to make certain that we take advantage of screening tests that lead to early detection, better treatment and even prevention.

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Wednesday, 21 January 2015 19:08

Great Performances at the Met: Werther

Sunday, Feb. 8 at 2 p.m.

Star tenor Jonas Kaufmann sings the title role of the tortured poet in the Met's acclaimed new production of Massenet's Werther. Richard Eyre returns to direct the first new Met production of Werther in more than 40 years. French mezzo-soprano Sophie Koch makes her Met debut as Charlotte, the object of Werther's unrequited love, in a cast that also includes Lisette Oropesa as Sophie, Serbian bass David Bižić in his Met debut as Albert, and Jonathan Summers as Le Bailli.

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Wednesday, 21 January 2015 19:07

Basquiat

Friday, Feb. 6 at 8 p.m.

In 1981, Jean-Michel Basquiat was a 19-year-old graffiti artist living on the streets. Eight years later, he was a world-renowned painter and the tragic victim of his own addiction. This film chronicles his meteoric rise in New York's art world, his anguish over his family, and his hatred of a society that both courted and exploited him.

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Wednesday, 21 January 2015 19:06

Making a Difference

Monday, Feb. 2 at 9 p.m.

This program features inspirational stories of eight different people who, through their efforts, are making a difference here in Western New York.

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Wednesday, 21 January 2015 19:02

Great Performances at the Met: La Boheme

Sunday, Feb. 1 at 2 p.m.

An exciting young cast stars in Franco Zeffirelli's lavish production of Giacomo Puccini's popular work, the most-performed opera in Met history. Italian star tenor Vittorio Grigolo is the passionate poet Rodolfo, and Latvian soprano Kristine Opolais his fragile lover, Mimi. Susanna Phillips sings the flirtatious Musetta and Massimo Cavalletti is the painter Marcello, led by Italian conductor Stefano Ranzani.

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Funding for If Our Water Could Talk is provided by HSBC and Honeywell. With additional funding from The Joy Family Foundation, Lawley Insurance and The Baird Foundation.