Tonight | 7:00PM
The team investigates the death of promising young poet Sean Doherty, who’s body was found burnt to a crisp inside the scrap yard of a heroin dealer. It’s a tricky case, with motives seemingly a plenty for wanting Sean dead, and the team tackles the murky and unexpectedly complicated world of poetry.
Tonight | 10:00PM
Season 5, Episode 1: When a student from an all-female college is found dead, Will and Geordie must infiltrate the murky world of campus politics and university drinking societies to find the killer.
Tonight | 11:00PM
Season 5, Episode 2: A deadly hit-and-run in Grantchester leads Will and Geordie to a dysfunctional pair of brothers and a hidden garden, while their own home lives are tested by tricky family members.
Mask wearing has become one of the new flashpoints in education. In Iowa, many school districts are returning to mask mandates. Jim talks with T.J. Schneckloth Davenport School Superintendent, regarding the decision to enforce a mask mandate. Plus, Mark Russell Smith joins Jim to discuss the Quad City Symphony Orchestra's 107th season.
Hosted by Jim Mertens this news-magazine style current affairs program offers viewers timely-content on a variety of regional and national issues, and events.
Join us as we celebrate Hispanic Heritage month with special programs & streaming content in September and October.
Created by Lifetime Achievement Emmy®-winner Sonia Manzano and produced by Fred Rogers Productions.
All 2021 PBS Short Film Festival films are now streaming here on our website or by using the PBS Video app.
There's much to explore just outside your own front door. Mr. Scott offers awesome ideas for you and your family.
Come along as we explore the impact and value of immigrant communities here in the Mississippi Valley region.