Television Highlights

  • Downton Abbey Rediscovered Sunday, Nov. 30 at 9 p.m. Relive treasured moments from Downton Abbey's first four seasons…
  • Downton Abbey Rediscovered Sunday, Nov. 30 at 9 p.m. Relive treasured moments from Downton Abbey's first four seasons…
  • 50 Years with Peter, Paul and Mary Saturday, Nov. 29 at 8 p.m. Celebrate the impact of the preeminent trio that brought…

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WNED-TV Programming

Sunday, Nov. 30 at 9 p.m.

Relive treasured moments from Downton Abbey's first four seasons and get a tantalizing preview of what's in store for the Crawleys and the staff in Season 5. Celebrate the joys, triumphs and intrigue taking place at Downton Abbey - upstairs and down.

Saturday, Nov. 29 at 8 p.m.

Celebrate the impact of the preeminent trio that brought folk music to America's mass audiences, combining their artistry with their activism and inspiration over the last 50 years. See the group's emergence in Greenwich Village through the Civil Rights and anti-war eras. Their legacy and music continues to inform, inspire and enrich successive generations - still providing a moral compass for the way we live our lives.

Friday, Nov. 28 at 9 p.m.

Emmy and Tony Award-winner Kristin Chenoweth brings it home - to Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, that is - to perform music from her career. With a classically trained voice set off by a gift for acting and comedy, Chenoweth appears at a state-of-the-art theater that now bears her name. Backed by a 13-piece orchestra led by musical director Mary-Mitchell Campbell, Chenoweth welcomes song and dance friends from Broadway in a program sure to be unforgettable.

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WNED-TV consistently ranks among the most-watched U.S. public television stations in prime time. Our popular line-up draws from PBS and various other sources, including the BBC and American Public Television. As a leading producer of single-topic documentaries, our national and regional broadcasts have been seen by millions of people across the continent, stimulating cultural and heritage tourism to the Buffalo/Niagara/Toronto region.