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Raising Citizen Scientists

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Explore the range of exciting and essential projects that allow young people to use their skills to help care for our natural world.

Black America Since MLK: And Still I Rise

Look at the last five decades of African American history since the major civil rights victories through the eyes of Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

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One of a Kind Stories

After the tragedy at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Synagogue, Barb Grossman and her family started the Pgh Handmade Hearts Campaign.

Expedition with Steve Backshall

New Series: Follow Steve Backshall into an Arabian desert canyon that no human has ever explored.

2020 Writer's Contest

The PBS KIDS Writers Contest is now open and encourages children in grades K through 5 to submit their own original illustrated stories for great prizes!


Future Jobs

The career choice of welding is in very high demand in our region. We visit Pittsburgh Technical College to learn more about this hot trade.

My Seven Weeks in Magee


Watch as Rick Sebak chronicals his extended stay at UPMC Magee Women's Hospital with seven weeks of friends, food and recovery!


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Clara Kent

WQED Sessions

Homewood's Clara Kent blends multiple genres together to create her own unique, authentic and soulful sound.

Sesame Street 50th Anniversary

Join Susie Meister as she recounts her favorite Sesame Street memory for this special anniversary year.

Hack Pittsburgh

Just a Minute

This maker space in Pittsburgh's uptown provides tools, equipment, and fun to those willing to experiment and learn.

La Gourmandine

Pittsburgh Eats

A Pittsburgh favorite, specializing in traditional French baked goods year round.

The Long Shadow of Childhood Trauma

Doctors have long known that childhood trauma often plays out again in adulthood. But new studies suggest that early adversity affects physical health across a lifetime.

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.

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.

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

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


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

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.

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.