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Abracadabra is the only children's television series that presents health education, nutrition, and science in a fun and entertaining venue, combining these with magic, ventriloquism, and original songs for children ages 4 to 10.

Antiques Roadshow comes to Charleston on August 16, 2014! We'll be updating this page regularly with information about the show.

Watch Doctors on Call - LIVE - on West Virginia Public Television & get answers to your health questions from WVU Healthcare...

This one-hour program will document the half-century career of John D. Rockefeller, IV in his chosen home of West Virginia. Why would the scion of one of the wealthiest families in America come to one of its poorest states – and stay?...

The Story of the Jews with Simon Schama, airing on West Virginia PBS on March 25 and April 1,  hopes to establish a clearer understanding of the history and impact of the Jewish people throughout the world.

The Law Works is a weekly show on West Virginia PBS discussing legal issues that affect daily life. The Law Works considers issues ranging from how to buy a house, to identity theft, and wiretapping.

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The Legislature Today is West Virginia's source for daily legislative news and information.  The only live television program covering the West Virginia Legislature, the broadcast features reports from the Senate, House and committee meetings...

The West Virginia Music Hall of Fame 2013 induction ceremony will be held November 16 at 7 pm at the Culture Center Theater in Charleston, WV. 

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West Virginia Public Broadcasting has an excellent tradition of local produced documentaries and specials. 

"Now, after many long and weary years ... we have the profound satisfaction of proclaiming to those around us that we are a separate state in the Union." -- Arthur Boreman, first governor of West Virginia commemorating the birth of the 35th...

In 2014 we will mark the 50th anniversary of President Lyndon Johnson’s War on Poverty, yet more than one in four children in West Virginia still grow up living below the federal poverty line. One in ten West Virginia children still lives in ...