Television Program Guide
Take a mind-blowing journey through human history, told through six iconic objects that modern people take for granted, and see how science, invention and technology built on one another to change everything.
LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER brings live performances of opera, drama, music, and dance direct from the stages of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City into American homes, making the world's greatest artists accessible to a nationwide audience.
On Memorial Day weekend, PBS unites our nation in honor of all of America's men and women in uniform for their service and sacrifice with the 20th anniversary presentation of the NATIONAL MEMORIAL DAY CONCERT. The event is led for the fourth year by co-hosts Gary Sinise ("CSI NY") and Tony Award-winner Joe Mantegna ("Criminal Minds"), two actors who have dedicated themselves to veterans' causes and supporting our troops in active service. The program, broadcast live from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., features a mix of dramatic readings, documentary footage and live musical performances, along with an all-star line-up of dignitaries, actors and musical artists and the National Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Erich Kunzel.
- Sunday, May 26 at 9:30 pm on WFSU
Take a theatrical journey with physicist Brian Greene to uncover how Albert Einstein developed his theory of relativity. In this vivid play, science is illuminated on stage and screen through innovative projections and an original score.
Take a complex and nuanced view at daily life in Monrovia, Indiana, and gain understanding of a rural mid-American way of life that has always been important to the country, but whose influence and force have not always been recognized in big cities.