America's Arsenal: How Pittsburgh Powered WWII
WQED contributing reporter Dave Crawley documents Western Pennsylvania's contributions to World War II, including the Bantam Jeep designed in Butler, LST production on Neville Island, steel production in Homestead and the Westinghouse artist who created the Rosie The Riveter image.
America's Arsenal: How Pittsburgh Powered WWII aired on Nov 07, 2011.
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Also known as the National Road, Route 40 has fascinating connections to historic figures, where inns once welcomed west-bound settlers passing through Western Pennsylvania. Farmington, one of the towns along the route, still welcomes visitors, with attractions ranging from The Christian Clay Winery, Laurel Caverns, the historic Stone House, to the vistas of the Summit Inn and the legendary white buffalo at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort. Reporter Dave Crawley follows 40 to Farmington in this historic travelogue.
Original airdate: Apr 11, 2011
Almost every day there are news reports of bullying: ranging from nasty text messages to beatings. There are even reports of bullying in the workplace. Often victims suffer emotionally and physically - sometimes becoming so depressed over bullying, they take their own lives. This documentary shares stories of victims while focusing on programs that are helping put Pennsylvania on the forefront of bullying prevention in schools.
Original airdate: Mar 28, 2011