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Norma Jean, The Elephant

WQPT PBS releases a short segment episode about a small town, an elephant, and the elephant's twin sister. Watch now

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Summer of Possibilities

This summer WQPT PBS will be visiting libraries throughout the region, offering fun and engaging events for kids. Read more

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Ridley Road

MASTERPIECE’s Ridley Road is an action thriller inspired by true events from 1960s London. A surprising slice of British history. Read more

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Join Christopher Kimball Live

In June, Milk Street is hosting this free one-hour virtual event with host and renowned culinary expert Christopher Kimball. Read more

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WQPT PBS Ambassadors

WQPT PBS seeks enthusiastic college (and graduating high school) students for an exciting volunteer opportunity to represent Public Television in the region. 3 Month Summer Program Read more

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Autism Acceptance Month

Media has the power to positively shape children’s understanding and views about autism. PBS KIDS offers many options to expose children to people that look and act differently from themselves. Read more

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Birdies for Charity

The John Deere Classic’s Birdies for Charity program kicked off its annual drive to help raise donations for more Quad City regional charities, including WQPT PBS. Register online or download the official pledge card.

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Benjamin Franklin

This Ken Burns documentary explores the revolutionary life of one of the 18th century’s most consequential figures, whose work and words unlocked the mystery of electricity and helped create the United States. Read more

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Jean Seberg: Actress, Activist, Icon

Award-winning filmmaker Garry McGee (McMarr Ltd.), and Emmy-award-winning filmmakers Kelly Rundle and Tammy Rundle's documentary tells the true story of Hollywood and heartbreak. Read more

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Around The World in 80 Days

Coming in March! Get ready to set sail in the hot air balloon with Phileas Fogg, Passepartout and Fix in a brand-new adaptation of Jules Verne’s classic adventure novel, starring David Tennant. Read more

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Remembering Our Friend, Bob Ontiveros

We are deeply saddened by the loss of a true friend, advocate and supporter of the station and educational outreach efforts. "Bob fostered a sense of community—inspiring all of us to seek out the best, not only in ourselves, but everyone..." Read more

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NEW! Roadfood

Rediscover America’s regional culture through its iconic dishes. Host, Misha Collins, hits the highways and byways of America, exploring a uniquely American dish in each episode. Read more

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WQPT PBS Showcases Rich Collection of Stories to Celebrate Black History Month

"WQPT PBS is thrilled to anchor this year's Black History Month celebration in the region showcasing important stories sourced from the people and communities that make up our nation." Explore more

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The Auction is at Your House

WQPT PBS is revisiting their original fund raiser. The event featured an online auction, followed by a televised component. Proceeds fro the event benefit our Educational Outreach and programming. Learn more

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Celebrate Kwanzaa

Kwanzaa is a celebration of community, family and culture, established as a means to help Black Americans reconnect with their African roots and heritage. Read more

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Downton Abbey Movie

This winter the Crawleys are returning to WQPT PBS! Catch up with the Crawleys and their intrepid staff in this special presentation. Read more

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General Manager Announced

Dawn Schmitt, long-time station Business Manager and Interim General Manager has accepted the General Manager position. Read more

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All Creatures Great & Small
Season Two

Get the scoop on Season Two coming in January to WQPT PBS. Who's returning, who's new and more! Learn more

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Celebrate Native American & Alaska Natives Heritage Month

WQPT PBS celebrates Native American & Alaska Natives Heritage month with special programs & streaming content exploring. Explore now

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American Veteran

This documentary series, airing in November, traces the veteran experience across the arc of American history and exploring the present-day divide between civilian and veteran communities. Explore now | Air dates/times

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Grantchester, Season 6

The popular crime drama resumes with Reverend Will Davenport (Tom Brittney) and DI Geordie Keating (Robson Green). Explore more

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NEW! Alma's Way

‘Alma’s Way’ PBS KIDS series features a Boricua girl growing pp in the Bronx.  Learn more

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Hispanic Heritage Month

WQPT PBS celebrates Hispanic Heritage month with special programs & streaming content. Explore now

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PBS Short Film Festival

All 2021 PBS Short Film Festival films are now streaming here on our website or by using the PBS Video app. Explore now

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Coming Together: Talking to Children about Race, Ethnicity, and Culture

Appropriate resources to help guide children to be smarter, stronger, and kinder—and an upstander to racism.  Read more

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WQPT Airs New Culinary Series

Kevin Bolton, Carrie Morey, and Steven Raichlen join the WQPT PBS culinary programming lineup. Read more

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Juneteenth Celebration 6/19

WQPT PBS in association with The Friends of MLK will air and Livestream a local celebration held at the TMBC at Lincoln Center on Saturday, June 19. Read more

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NEW! PBS KIDS Series

This new imaginative puppet series follows the adventures of Donkey Hodie, the granddaughter of the original Donkey Hodie character (now known as “Grampy Hodie”), a puppet from Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. Learn more

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Our Enhanced Signal

With the financial assistance of our leadership donors and viewers like you, WQPT PBS has made an unprecedented investment in new technology, critical upgrades and infrastructure improvements. Read more