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Spotlight on Pittsburgh musicians.

Landmarks along the GAP bike trail.

Trending Pittsburgh in 60 seconds.

Learn to draw cartoon characters.

A series on parenting in the digital age.

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Julia Parsons: World War II Codebreaker

Julia Parsons: Wolrd War 2 Codebreaker

Digital Docs
A U.S. Navy WAVE, Julia kept WWII military secrets for nearly 50 years. She worked to break the Nazi code used to encrypt German U Boat message traffic, and now tells her story at age 100.

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August Wilson Park: "You plan right..."

Remembering Pittsburgh's Chinatown

Digital Docs
It was a thriving part of downtown Pittsburgh. But not everyone knows the history of this tiny Chinese immigrant community – once located between Grant and Ross Streets.

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NOW AVAILABLE to stream with WQED Passport: Seasons of your favorite programs from the APT catalog online and on the PBS Video App!

News and Public Affairs


Independent Film

NextGeneration Fellows

WQED’s NextGeneration Fellowship training program seeks to enhance the skill set of college students and community media makers by providing actual working experience for emerging creators. Four individuals per year will participate in the training program. Fellows will learn about the editorial process by developing, researching, writing, shooting and editing their own productions.

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