Local Production - History & Profiles Content
A Determined Voice
Profile of respected television journalist and radio personality, Lynne Hayes-Freeland.
An Unlikely Refuge
Pittsburgh connections to a little-known story of Jews who found refuge in Shanghai during the Holocaust.
August Wilson Park
A rundown Hill District park is transformed into a nature sanctuary that serves the needs of its neighbors.
Behind Enemy Lines
97-year-old Wally King reflects on his unforgettable World War II experiences.
Black Horizons: From the Archives
Rediscovering lost interviews from WQED’s iconic minority affairs series.
Emma Writt: Suffragist Pioneer
One of Pittsburgh earliest African American suffragists and her role in the voters’ rights movement.
Fred Kenderson reflects on his remarkable career, during which he became one of Pittsburgh's first corporate photographers.
Pittsburgh photographer Mikael Owunna whose work is driven by his identity as a queer Nigerian.
Out of the Woods
Takes viewers to historic sites including Fort Ligonier, Fort Necessity, Fort Pitt, Bushy Run Battlefield, Braddock’s Battlefield, and historic Hanna’s Town.
Roots Run Deep
A unique exhibit explores how contemporary Black hairstyles are tied to tradition.
The Longwell House
Efforts to restore a landmark building into the new home for Monongahela’s historical society.