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WQED is committed to providing the community with helpful resources during the coronavirus pandemic. We have compiled resources that answer important questions or provide advice for parents, children and educators.


Tips on Working from Home

Our producer and work-from-home veteran Gina Catanzarite provides insight on getting the job done remotely.

Pittsburgh History Series

Our classic, entertaining and informative look at Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania through the eyes of Rick Sebak are now available online!

Yo-Yo Ma's #SongsofComfort

PBS NewsHour

The NewsHour joined master cellist Yo-Yo Ma in asking the public to join the #SongsofComfort effort and contribute music both old and new.

Campaign U

The 2020 elections could be the most consequential in recent history. Campaign U aims to help voters sift through the sometimes cluttered political landscape.

iQ Smartparent

The Messy Show

Explore sensory play: any activity that stimulates a child's sense of touch, smell, taste, sight, and hearing.

Pittsburgh Curling Club

Just a Minute

This local club is dedicated to developing and promoting the sport of curling in Pittsburgh and the surrounding area.


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Women's History Month

Join us for a month-long variety of award winning and acclaimed programs that celebrate women who have impacted our region and the world!

Beaver Bagel Co.

Pittsburgh Eats

This shop in Bridgewater, PA attracts breakfast and lunch crowds for bagels, sandwiches and tasty treats.

Etta Cox

WQED Sessions

This episode features a legend in the jazz community, singer Etta Cox and pianist Daniel May.

A Crowning Achievement

Digital Docs

The story of Jean Bryant, who ended a long series of racial injustice in American beauty pageants by founding her own.

Ride to Rescue

Digital Docs

Animal Lifeline's mission is simple: Volunteers work to save homeless pets across the U.S. and beyond.

The Good Fight

A celebration of African-American men and women who served their country even when their country didn’t always serve them.

Mysteries of Sleep


Why do we sleep? And what does sleep have to do with memory, trauma, and our emotions?

    Grandma B's

    Pittsburgh Eats

    This popular Hill District diner, named after owner Dorian Moorefield's 98-year old grandmother, is a spot where guests feel at home.

    Fourth Industrial Revolution

    iQ: Smartparent

    Breakthroughs in innovative technologies are re-shaping the way we live..but what do these changes mean for today's young people?


    Just a Minute

    This dancing community was founded within the LGBTQ+ family of Pittsburgh, and invited everyone to come learn the art of country dancing!

    Life After Hate

    WQED Digital Docs

    Shannon Foley Martinez is a former neo-Nazi who shares her story and what she learned about the roots of hatred.

    Mac Miller's Mural

    Pittsburgh 360

    The late Mac Miller will be forever remembered for his music, and now in a work of art.


    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!

    Clara Kent

    WQED Sessions

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

    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.

    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.


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