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What to Know About Sanditon Season 2 Before the March 20 Premiere

What to Know About Sanditon Season 2 Before the March 20 Premiere

Before the premiere of Sanditon Season 2 next Sunday, we’ve put together a few notes about what you can expect – and how you can watch – the new season. Take a look: Who is coming back? Rose Williams (The Power) returns as the high-spirited heroine, Charlotte Heywood, with Crystal Clarke (Ordeal by Innocence) as the independent West Indian heiress, Georgiana Lambe. In addition to […]

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March Q&A with Chief Programming Officer Jim Wiener

March Q&A with Chief Programming Officer Jim Wiener

Chief Programming Officer Jim Wiener’s infamous Q&As, which used to be featured in our Membership Magazine, are now on our blog! Read the next round below: Around the World in 80 Days on MASTERPIECE, is there a way to pick up episodes 1 and 2?-Beverly Kinney, Dayton Go to the schedule on our website (www.thinktv.org), click on the Sunday show in the grid, and a […]

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The Baker’s Corner: Inspiration

The Baker’s Corner: Inspiration

This new segment of our blog, The Baker’s Corner, features insights from The Baking Journal’s host Stephanie. To view all content from The Baking Journal, please visit www.thinktv.org/thebakingjournal/ or www.CETconnect.org/thebakingjournal and subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/channel/UC-pjrZPeeRenFKAF3kBuZcQ! Bonjour Baker’s Corner Readers! Today I am writing to you from beautiful Paris, France. This is a work trip, so there is nothing dreamy or romantic about […]

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“Redlining: Mapping Inequality” Producer’s Blog: Richard Wonderling’s Epiphany Moment

“Redlining: Mapping Inequality” Producer’s Blog: Richard Wonderling’s Epiphany Moment

Before the premiere of Redlining: Mapping Inequality in Dayton and Springfield, check out this blog written by co-producer Richard Wonderling about the epiphany moment he had creating this film. Check it out: In 1965, when I was eight years old, my family moved into a newly-minted suburban neighborhood. Rows of little boxes, this development of modest starter homes was inexplicably given the name “Royal Manor.” […]

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Our 2022 Valentine’s Day Guide

Our 2022 Valentine’s Day Guide

Celebrate Valentine’s Day this year with these activities from your local PBS station! Make your loved one a delicious treat or make them together for a fun bonding experience`. Here are a few ideas we’ve put together! Recipes Couple’s Charcuterie Board Surprise your sweetie by learning how to make a charcuterie board that’s both delicious and visually stunning! Master the art of arranging meats and […]

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Spend Black History Month with Your Local PBS Stations

Spend Black History Month with Your Local PBS Stations

CET and ThinkTV, your local PBS stations, are showcasing important stories this month in honor of Black History Month! From national features on Marian Anderson and Fannie Lou Hamer to our local specials on housing inequality, check out a list of upcoming programs that will be available to watch on CET, ThinkTV16, the stations’ livestreams and on the PBS Video App:   Independent Lens: Owned […]

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The Baker’s Corner – Reading A Recipe

The Baker’s Corner – Reading A Recipe

This new segment of our blog, The Baker’s Corner, features valuable insights from The Baking Journal’s host Stephanie. To view all content from The Baking Journal please visit https://www.thinktv.org/thebakingjournal/ and subscribe to our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-pjrZPeeRenFKAF3kBuZcQ! Here’s Stephanie’s first post! Enjoy: Hello and welcome to The Baker’s Corner! I love everything about baking – experimenting with flavors, trying new techniques, and mastering classic recipes. […]

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New POV Special Highlights New Father’s Fight for Universal Healthcare after ALS Diagnosis

New POV Special Highlights New Father’s Fight for Universal Healthcare after ALS Diagnosis

Ady Barkan was a 32-year-old rising political star and new father when he was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). After a chance encounter with a U.S. Senator on an airplane catapulted him to fame, Ady and a crew of activists started a journey across the country to ignite a movement for universal healthcare. Not Going Quietly, a new POV documentary coming to CET and […]

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5 Series to Stream While You Are Waiting For Season 2 of “Sanditon”

5 Series to Stream While You Are Waiting For Season 2 of “Sanditon”

Can’t wait for the Season 2 premiere of Sanditon on March 20? If you have already relived the first season of the series and are looking for a new series to binge, check out these five series – all available to stream with Passport – for your daily dose of drama: Beecham House Beecham House is full of romance and features Leo Suter, who plays […]

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Chief Programming Officer Jim Wiener’s January 2022 Sleeper Picks

Chief Programming Officer Jim Wiener’s January 2022 Sleeper Picks

Escape the chilly, wet dreariness of a Southwest Ohio January with a month of great shows from your local PBS station! Our Chief Programming Officer Jim Wiener’s January 2022 sleeper picks have the inside scoop on the shows you might not have heard about yet. Take a look and mark your calendars: What She Said: The Art Pauline KaelFriday, January 7, at 9pm on ThinkTV16 […]

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