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Fri, June 24-Sun, June 26


If you've been enjoying our virtual Bob Ross paint nights with Lauren Pantos, then we have great news for you! Pantos will be hosting three in-person classes at our studio in downtown Buffalo!

Black History Month

Kleinhans’ Gift to Buffalo | Streaming Now

Learn the story of how a generous gift from Ed and Mary Kleinhans, whose love of music, Buffalo, and each other, led to the building of a world-class concert hall. Hear from historians, musicians, architectural scholars, and community members who have connections to the building. Learn about the design, the architect, and how this concert hall and civic auditorium has become a community asset where family is celebrated and memories are made.  

Buffalo Toronto Public Media | Mental Health Awareness Month 

Mental Health Awareness Month

May – National Mental Health Awareness Month – is dedicated to providing the public with educational and support resources they can use to better understand mental illness, find support or seek help.  Buffalo Toronto Public Media understands that mental health is a key part of your day-to-day life and we want to take a deeper dive into mental health awareness and provide programs and resources. 

Coming Up This Week on WNED PBS


Lucy Worsley Investigates

Madness of King George | Preview

How did George III's mental illness change Britain? Lucy Worsley uncovers Royal papers and explores how the assassination attempt on his life changed psychiatry forever. Airing Sunday, May 22 at 8 pm.

Ridley Road

Episode 4 | Preview

As Vivien's deception starts to crumble, she races to secure incriminating evidence against Jordan. Meanwhile, Jack faces mortal danger. Airing Sunday, May 22 at 9 pm.

Royal Wives at War


Take a fresh look at the abdication crisis of 1936 through dramatized monologues by the two women at its heart, the Queen Mother and Wallis Simpson, as they look back at the events that led to Edward VIII's decision to give up the throne. Airing Sunday, May 22 at 10 pm.


Antiques Roadshow 

Colonial Williamsburg Hour 3 | Preview

Catch captivating appraisals at Colonial Williamsburg during ROAHDSHOW's final hour in Virginia. Airing Monday, May 23 at 8 pm.

That Way Madness Lies


Award-winning filmmaker Sandra Luckow unflinchingly turns her camera on her own family as they attempt to navigate the broken mental health system in an effort to save their brother, whose iPhone video diary ultimately becomes an unfiltered look at the mind of a man with untreated schizophrenia as well as an indictment of how the system failed. Airing Monday, May 23 at 9 pm.

Breaking Loneliness | Preview

A new documentary by filmmaker Brandy Yanchyk about people finding ways to escape loneliness and social isolation. Loneliness is a social epidemic that is impacting all age groups around the world. Although most of us are connected on social media, we have never felt more alone. Many of us find ourselves isolated from our communities and feeling lonely. Airing Monday, May 23 at 10:30pm.


Finding Your Roots

Breaking Silences | Preview

Henry Louis Gates, Jr. explores the family secrets of journalist Gayle King, film director Jordan Peele, and comedian Issa Rae, introducing them to ancestors who raise profound questions about the shape and meaning of their family trees. Airing Tuesday, May 24 at 8 pm.

American Experience

Trailer | Plague at the Golden Gate

Over 100 years before the COVID-19 pandemic set off a nationwide wave of fear and anti-Asian sentiment, an outbreak of bubonic plague in San Francisco's Chinatown unleashed a similar crisis. The death of a Chinese immigrant in 1900 would have likely gone unnoticed if a medical officer hadn't discovered a swollen black lymph node on his groin - evidence of bubonic plague. Fearing the city would become the American epicenter of the disease, health officials drew on racist pseudoscience to cover up the threat and protect San Francisco's burgeoning economy. Airing Tuesday, May 24 at 9 pm.



Equus: Story of the Horse | Preview

Travel around the world with anthropologist Niobe Thompson to uncover the history of mankind's relationship with the horse. Discover the habits and biology of these majestic animals and ride along with the world's last nomadic tribes. Airing Wednesday, May 25 at 8 pm.


Ice Age Footprints | Preview

Thousands of prehistoric footprints in New Mexico's White Sands National Park capture moments when Ice Age humans crossed paths with enormous ground sloths and mammoths. What can this new evidence reveal about the peopling of the Americas? Airing Wednesday, May 25 at 9 pm.

Colombia - Wild and Free

From The Pacific to the Andes | Preview

Journey to the largely uninhabited Pacific coast of Colombia, where humpback whales give birth and fish hunt crabs in the mangrove forests. Then ascend to snow-capped Andean volcanoes, home to stunning spectacled bears, condors and hummingbirds. Airing Wednesday, May 25 at 10 pm.


Death In Paradise | S. 11 Ep. 7 | Preview

A reggae rap artist is shot dead at a soundcheck for a concert. Things prove uncomfortable for Marlon when he discovers a personal connection to the crime. Airing Thursday, May 26 at 8 pm.

Guilt | Back to back episodes

Official Preview

Returning intoxicated from a wedding, Jake and Max run down an old man and decide to tell no one. Their cover-up quickly snowballs in complexity, and the detective closes in on damaging evidence. Sheila adds a new wrinkle to the case. Airing Thursday, May 26 starting at 9 pm.


Scotland's Scenic Railways | Preview

Profiles include The Flying Scotsman - the world's most iconic steam locomotive; The Oban Line which runs 61 miles from Oban in the Highlands, past Loch Lomond and through the Trossachs National Park. The latter has been voted the world's top railway journey beating 400 contenders. Airing Friday, May 27 at 8 pm. 

My Music This Land Is Your Land | Preview

Take a musical journey through the evolution of modern American folk music, from its roots in bluegrass to San Francisco coffee houses to clubs in Greenwich Village. The Smothers Brothers and Judy Collins host. Airing Friday, May 27 at 9 pm. 

Rick Steves' Festive Europe (promo)

More info on this public television pledge special: "Rick Steves' Festive Europe" catches Europeans celebrating the good life. Travel with Rick through Andalucía — with the horses, sherry, and flamenco of the Spring Fair; in Paris — reveling in the streets on Bastille Day; running with the bulls in Pamplona; and in England’s pristine Lake district for a hunting dog show. All across Europe, life is embraced with an inspirational gusto. Airing Friday, May 27 at 10:30 pm. 


Father Brown

The Enigma of Antigonish | Preview

Ex-employee Finbar Finch served time after a brutal attack on spa owner Elsie Peters during a robbery of the spa's takings that left her struggling with seizures. After his release he returns to the area, vowing to Father Brown to live a new life after God found him in prison. Elsie, her husband Captain Peters and her sister Lola are rattled by his return and tensions run high at an open event being ran that day. Shortly afterward Finbar Finch is found dead, shot in the face; the shotgun used was taken from the spa, and a brooch found at the shooting leads to Inspector Mallory arresting Lola. Father Brown finds a clue in a poem Finch had read, Antigonish. Airing Saturday, May 28 at 8 pm. 

Mrs. Wilson 

3 Episode Premiere | Preview

Alec and Alison Wilson marry after meeting in the secret service during World War II. Two decades later, spy novelist Alec dies, and his real story begins to emerge. Alison tracks down his former partner, who was also deceived by Alec's charms. Airing Saturday, May 28 starting at 9 pm. 


PBS Kids Channel Family Night | On the WNED PBS KIDS Channel

Enjoy family viewing events featuring movie specials of themed programming Friday nights from 7-9pm on the WNED PBS KIDS channel. Remember that you can watch WNED PBS KIDS on your computer, tablet, phone and of course, on television.