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Introducing the amplify BTPM PODS mobile app

The amplify BTPM PODS app puts great local content in one place. Our hope is that people from Western New York and Southern Ontario will use the app to stay connected with audio produced right here in our region. The  free app features BTPM podcasts alongside curated podcasts from talented creators from Western New York and Southern Ontario. We explore history, culture, arts, travel, and lifestyle programming from the best independent podcast producers in the region. 

April 26

Screening of Frank Lloyd Wright's Buffalo

In partnership with the Buffalo History Museum, Buffalo Toronto Public Media invites you to a screening of Frank Lloyd Wright's Buffalo on April 26 from 6-7:30 pm at the Buffalo History Museum. Admission to the museum is Pay What You Wish. Reserve your spot today! 

The List


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The List is Buffalo Toronto Public Media’s newsletter giving you the best of the best from our family of public media stations. When you subscribe, you'll find this newsletter in your inbox every Thursday morning so you know what’s coming up before the weekend hits! 

Coming Up This Week on WNED PBS


Canada Files Season 4

Louise Penny | Preview

Canada Files is a weekly, half-hour interview program consisting of one-on-one interviews with Canada’s most prominent and successful people. The interview guests will be Canadian, but many may also be US residents, and well-known to American audiences. Watch Sunday, March 19 at 6pm.

Call the Midwife

Season 12  | Preview

It’s 1968, and the nuns and nurses of Nonnatus House return for midwifery and family life. Watch Sunday, March 19 at 8pm.


Season 3 | Preview

 Choose your own destiny. The third and final season premieres Sunday, March 19 at 9pm.

Marie Antoinette

Marie Antoinette | Preview

The successes of independent and feminist Marie Antoinette provoke jealousy and rivalry. Premieres Sunday, March 19 at 10pm.


Antiques Roadshow season 27

Wags to Riches | Preview

Watch furry ROADSHOW finds that will be sure to leave tails wagging for more including a 1965 Charles Schulz Peanuts strip, a Julius Adam II "Kitten Symphony" oil, and a Jamie Wyeth portrait of Andy Warhol with his dog. One is $90,000! Watch Sunday, March 20 at 8pm. 

Back to back episodes

Walking Victorian England | Preview

Historian Dr. Onyeka Nubia examines Victorian Britain from the perspective of different regions throughout the nation. From impressive engineering to global supremacy, the years of Queen Victoria’s reign are often seen as a high point in British history. But, the truth is so much more complex and fascinating. From megalomaniac industrialists to workers fighting for the vote, Dr. Nubia unearths a society riddled with inequality and injustice. In London, Liverpool, Edinburgh, and beyond, he discovers a world expanding and changing like never before, filled with cutting-edge medicine, technological advancement, and no shortage of intriguing characters. Watch back-to-back episodes Monday, March 20 beginning at 9pm.


Discovering New York Suffrage Stories | Preview

Meet diverse New York women who battled oppression and racism in their fight for the vote. Watch Monday, March 20 at 10:30pm.


Love & Respect with Killer Mike

Raphael Warnock | Preview

Georgia Senator and Atlanta pastor Raphael Warnock joins “Love & Respect w/ Killer Mike” for a conversation about his Senate runoff and plans for a potential new term in the U.S. Senate. Watch Tuesday, March 21 at 7:30pm.

American Masters

Dr. Tony Fauci | Preview

Join Dr. Anthony Fauci as he reflects on his life and career as a public health advocate. Watch Tuesday, March 21 at 8pm.


Weinstein | Preview

Inside Harvey Weinstein's efforts to silence allegations of sexual harassment and abuse. Watch Tuesday, March 21 at 10pm.



Preview of Born in the Rockies: First Steps | Preview

From spring to summer, follow new animal mothers through the trials of raising a family. Watch Wednesday, March 22 at 8pm.


Ancient Maya Metropolis | Preview

Explore great ancient Maya cities and why their inhabitants abandoned them. Watch Wednesday, March 22 at 9pm.

Secrets of the Dead

Magellan’s Crossing | Preview

Ferdinand Magellan’s expedition resulted in the first circumnavigation of the globe. Watch Wednesday, March 22 at 10pm.


Agatha Christie's: Poirot 

Dumb Witness | Preview

The famous Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot, puts his skills to work as he travels the world solving difficult crimes. He relies on his trusty sidekicks, and a limited amount of clues, to get the job done. Watch Thursday, March 23 at 8pm.

Mr. Bean

The Trouble with Mr. Bean | Preview

Mr. Bean, late for his dental appointment, tries to get dressed and clean his teeth whilst on the way. After arriving just in time for the appointment, he ends up administering an anesthetic to the hapless dentist. After visiting the dentist, Bean has a picnic in the park, where he tangles with a pesky fly and a remote-control toy boat. Watch Thursday, March 23 at 10pm.

Mr. Bean

Mr. Bean Rides Again | Preview

On his way to post a letter, Bean attempts to save a man suffering from a heart attack, but when the ambulance arrives, Bean uses it to jump start his Mini's dead battery, inadvertently disabling the ambulance. After accidentally getting himself locked inside a mailbox while posting his letter, Bean packs for a holiday suffers from a noisy laughing man (Stephen Frost) during a train ride, and then attempts to entertain a sick boy on a plane. Watch Thursday, March 23 at 10:30pm.


Adrian Dunbar's Coastal Ireland | Preview

Adrian visits the Mizen bridge, suspended 45 meters above sea level, and heads to County Cork, where old friend Darina Allen makes him lunch at Ballymaloe House. He then fulfills a lifelong ambition to make the treacherous sea crossing to the Skellig Islands, where the ruins of an ancient monastic settlement are perched 600 feet above sea. Watch Friday, March 24 at 8pm.

Back-To-Back Episodes

George Clark's National Trust Unlocked | Preview

George is in Dorset at the UK's most exquisite example of Italianate architecture Kingston Lacy. He also uncovers a tale of shame and scandal at the Cotswold landmark, Hidcote Manor Garden.  Then George visits 1000-year-old Dunster Castle in Somerset and discovers that it's not size that matters at the finest surviving 17th-century water gardens, Westbury Court in Gloucestershire. Watch Friday, March 24 at 9pm.

Design In Mind: Bunny Williams

Not A House But A Home | Preview

Not A House But A Home is a half-hour program that explores the life and work of renowned interior designer Bunny Williams. With her trademark warmth and geniality, Bunny leads viewers on a tour through her lovingly and painstakingly imagined Upper East Side apartment in New York City and her country home and gardens in Connecticut. As she moves through each space, she explains her architectural and design decisions, as well as offers insight into how these personal choices create a home. Watch Friday, March 24 at 10:32pm.


Midsomer Murders Season 20

Drawing Dead | Preview

Carver Valley's seventh comic festival is in full swing when the village is shocked by the murder of a former supermodel. A scathing comic magazine targeting villagers as their only lead, Barnaby and Winter are left trying to separate fact from fiction. Guest Starring Jemma Redgrave (Grantchester). Watch two back-to-back episodes Saturday, March 25 at 8pm.

Agatha and the Midnight Murders | Preview

Discover the writer's plan to sell a manuscript that kills off her famous detective-Hercule Poirot. Struggling with money and under investigation by tax authorities in America and the UK, Agatha (Helen Baxendale) must come up with an enormous sum. Watch Saturday, March 25 at 9:31pm.


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.