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A Pearl Harbor Story

WQED Digital Docs

Joseph Gasper remembers the attack like it was yesterday. He was a 23-year-old staff sergeant when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.

Hot for the Holidays

Pittsburgh 360

World-renowned glass artists show how to make beautiful holiday ornaments at the Pittsburgh Glass Center.

The Braddock Piano

Just a Minute

Several times a week, Shailen “Shy” Abram plays at Braddock’s outdoor piano. Located at The Hollander Project, the piano is a reminder that music should be available to anyone at anytime.

Building the Festival of Trees

Pittsburgh 360

Take a behind-the-scenes look at building the Winter Flower Show - Festival of Trees at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.

PSO European Tour

See highlights from the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra's 2019 European Cities Tour courtesy of our own Jim Cunningham.

Teen Suicide: Getting Help & Finding Hope

iQ: Smartparent

Explore the complex role the Internet plays in suicide-related behavior as experts provide advice for families.

College Behind Bars

A four-part series following the incarcerated men and women enrolled in one of America's most rigorous college programs.


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      Are You In The House?

      Pittsburgh 360

      Propel School in Homestead, PA shows how a program called "Project TEAM" works to stop bullying and improve learning potential.

      Sesame Street 50th Anniversary

      Join Mikey and Bob from 96.1 KISS as they recount some of their favorite Sesame Street memories for this special anniversary year.

      Yaro and the Static

      WQED Sessions

      Watch this group's unique blend of alt rock, grunge, metal and indie rock/folk come alive in their single "The Divine Beast."


      An excavation and forensics team bring closure to the family of a fallen WWII Army Air Corps engineer-gunner from Monongahela.

      WQED + Kindness

      One of a Kind Stories

      “Light in my City" spreads kindness by supplying lanterns and flashlights to Pittsburgh's homeless.

      Dobrá Tea

      Pittsburgh Eats

      With comfortable Bohemian style seating and expert tea brewers, this small shop is a great place to unwind and enjoy a warm cup!

      Drop by Drop

      WQED Digital Docs

      Follow along with five Afghanistan refugee women as they work toward their dream of owning a food business in Pittsburgh.

      Colony Cafe

      Pittsburgh 360

      Visit a bistro, bar and cafe where you can enjoy a food, drink and the company of cats.

      All the Marbles

      WQED Specials

      Witness the high stakes game of a low tech competition for kids.

      My Interview With Fred

      Nebby: Rick Sebak's Tales of Greater Pittsburgh

      In 1987, Rick Sebak interviewed Fred Rogers for the WQED special, "Our Neighbor Fred Rogers." Hear brand new stories and insights from their conversation.

      Pittsburgh AXperts

      Just a Minute

      Lumberjaxes was the first ax throwing venue to open in Pittsburgh. Get a lesson on how to throw from the Pittsburgh AXperts!

      The Pittsburgh Flip

      What makes Pittsburgh so popular and profitable for flipping houses? Get a closer look at flipping’s potential impact on the region.

      Jackson Gardner

      WQED Sessions

      An Americana singer/songwriter from Waynesburg, PA performing his latest single, "Shots Fired".