In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, we bring you a report on what has become the leading cause of cancer death among women, lung cancer. Then we’ll head over to a very unlikely space for art, a pre-World War II blast furnace. Contributor Dave Crawley takes us inside the world of competitive marble shooting and you’ll get a preview of the special, Stories from the Stands.

Original airdate: Oct 17, 2013


Football is a rite of passage for many Western Pennsylvania high school students. But along with the opportunities, camaraderie and other benefits of the sport comes the risk of injury. Concussion rates have doubled in the past decade. Is it because of more traumas on the field, or better diagnoses? This documentary shows how local sports programs and the Pittsburgh medical community are working to keep football players and other young athletes safe and healthy.

Original airdate: Oct 10, 2013


In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, we bring you the second story in our series on women and cancer with a look at ovarian cancer. We’ll also give you a preview of the documentary Concussions: A New Way of Thinking and introduce you to a young entrepreneur who has made balloon art her business.

Original airdate: Oct 10, 2013


In this first episode of the fourth season of Pittsburgh 360, we bring you the first story in our series on women and cancer. Contributor Beth Dolinar takes a ride with a charity that gives children the ability to experience the joy of riding a bike and we take you through centuries of Saudi Arabian history with a tour through the Roads of Arabia exhibit.

Original airdate: Oct 03, 2013


Do your children believe everything they see on TV? How does your child learn to separate fiction from reality? This episode of iQ: smartparent will empower families with skills and techniques for evaluating media images and ratings systems while identifying ways that media can have a positive impact on their lives.

Original airdate: Aug 29, 2013


The beloved Spanish rice dish becomes the centerpiece for a fantastic summer party. Friends and family join Bob as gives us the tips that turn a balmy evening into an event to remember. Bob and Nick return with viewers to the studio kitchen for the step-by-step instructions for crafting a pefect paella. Bob also shares insider advice on everything from selecting seafood to sensational seasonings and how to serve them all.

Original airdate: Aug 01, 2013


When it comes to combining good food and good times, Chef-Host-Party Planner Bob Sendall does it all with style. First, Bob takes viewers to a small farm on his search for the freshest ingredients. Then, its time to go into the kitchen where Bob and assistant chef Nick prepare a delicious summer feast that's a treat for the senses. Bob and Nick also assist viewers with helpful tips on planning, prep and recipe advice.

Original airdate: Jun 27, 2013


Can technology and digital devices contribute to our health and wellness? Join us as we identify apps, games, and other forms of media that can help iQ: smartparents and children stay fit and enjoy the outdoors!

Original airdate: Jun 20, 2013


We celebrate the 60th anniversary of the opening of the Squirrel Hill Tunnels! Looking at history, the ongoing renovation project, and some surprises, including help from Sam Hall, WTAE's traffic reporter.

Original airdate: Jun 05, 2013


Michael Bartley, Tonia Caruso and Chris Moore host this forum featuring a panel of guests with different backgrounds, views and experiences on gun violence. An invited audience includes gun violence victims, concerned citizens and representatives from community groups. Viewers will also be encouraged to join the forum through social media as WQED navigates the complex issues.

Original airdate: May 30, 2013


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