Thursday, October 21, 2021
Downtown Tallahassee's Kleman Plaza, Challenger Learning Center, Museum of Florida History, Leon County Library, and others celebrate WFSU's Be My Neighbor Day 2020. Sponsored by City of Tallahassee, Prevent Child Abuse Florida, and Community Partners. Activities include meeting Daniel...
Roaming the Red Hills is a series of 10 short videos exploring the natural soul of the Red Hills of Florida and Georgia. It will air in three installments on WFSU-TV's Local Routes, starting Thursday, March 31 at 7:30...
LOCAL ROUTES producer, Rob Diaz de Villegas joined program host Suzanne Smith for a chat about his work on LOCAL ROUTES. She asked him about how he became interested in ecology, his favorite stories, and about finding bands to...
For Leah and Dorian Moore, life delayed their completion of their college education. But once they found each other, they started on a path to fulfill their dreams together at FAMU.
Velma Frye has led a life of music—From performing on WFSU's ‘Studio-A' to singing on the radio to composing her own scores—She's done it all! Robbie Gaffney sits down with her to see how she started and what she's...
Tabitha Frazier created the Leon Fruit and Nut Exchange to enable home gardeners with extra produce to pay their food forward to people within their community who lack access to fresh food. Growers can register online at leonfruitandnutexhange.org to...
WFSU's Mike Plummer spends some time with the Seminole Radio Control Club. From planes, to helicopters to drones or multi-rotors, club president Jay Wiggins discusses the myriad choices available to today's aeronautical R-C hobbiest and other club members...
Hurricane Season has begun and the staff at WFSU Public Media is preparing for the potential storms ahead. The Television and Radio departments join forces during storms to get critical information out to the public as fast as possible....
“Since the earliest I can remember, which was about… I was probably about four years old, barnstormers would come around and land in farmer's fields, oat pastures and wheat fields, and haul passengers for wherever the market would go...
You can learn more about the American Graduate Initiative & see other Gradstock performances at wfsu.org/gradstock.  Our Gradstock Concert programs will premiere on WFSU-TV starting Thursday, April 14th at 8pm ET.