My Vote

As the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump nears, moderator Chris Moore sits down with a group of local voters who talk openly about who they voted for in the presidential election and why.  Voters explain the campaign messages that appealed to them, and discuss whether they feel post-election healing is a possibility.

My Vote aired on Jan 19, 2017.


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Today’s dad grew up playing video games like Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, Dungeons and Dragons, and watching sci-fi films like Star Wars and Superman. On this episode of iQ:smartparent we’ll explore how digital-age dads are sharing their love of science, tech and media with their kids.

Original airdate: Jun 12, 2014


Discover some of the impressive public gardens in Western Pennsylvania. Hosted by Doug Oster, this shortened version of the one-hour documentary “Gardens of Pennsylvania” spotlights gardens within a drive of Pittsburgh, including those at Phipps Conservatory, Kennywood Park, Temple Emanuel and the Erie Zoo.

Original airdate: Jun 02, 2014


In this after-the-show bonus content for "Aiding Autism," join host Angela Santomero and guests Carla Mazefsky, Brett Spitale, and Aubrey Shick as they answer audience questions and share their advice on ways that technology can help children with autism and other learning differences.

Original airdate: Apr 24, 2014


How can digital devices and new technology be helpful to children with autism and other special needs? Join us as we discuss which apps, games, and other forms of media can be beneficial in the classroom and beyond.

Original airdate: Apr 24, 2014


The next episode of Portrayal and Perception: African American Men and Boys, looks at men who have made a career in the fine arts. The program profiles a classical musician, painter, playwright, ballet dancer, poet and arts educator -- and explores some of the obstacles and accomplishments of each in his chosen field.

Original airdate: Apr 17, 2014


Chautauqua: Charting a Life in the Arts follows four students from Chautauqua Institution Schools of Fine and Performing Arts through their auditions, practices, and performances during the summer of 2013. The story focuses on violinist Adé Williams, singer Jean-Michel Richer, and sibling dancers Colby and Christina Clark as they sharpen their already impressive skills with world-renowned masters at the state-of-the-art facility.

Original airdate: Apr 10, 2014


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