"WETA All Access" provides viewers a behind-the-scenes look at one Greater Washington business, institution, or event. Episodes of "WETA All Access" comprise "Metro," a 30-minute feature on the D.C. transit system; "The Aquarium," a 30-minute profile of the National Aquarium in Baltimore; "The FBI Academy," a 30-minute exploration of the rigorous FBI training program; "NASA Goddard Space Flight Center," a 30-minute feature on the extraterrestrial and earthbound work of the pioneering space center; and the two newest episodes, "Washington National Cathedral" and "Union Station," two 30-minute features that explore the history, architecture, people and activities that make up two of Washington's most busy landmarks, premiering October 15 at 8 p.m. on WETA TV 26.
Video for all of these programs are available at www.weta.org. Visitors will also find links to other local programming, including "WETA Neighborhoods" and "The WETA Guide."
Luis Araya immigrated to Arlington, Virginia from Bolivia in 1966, when very few Latinos lived in the county. He reflects on the changes he has seen over the years and the influence of Latinos in Arlington today.
Enjoy this step through time charting WETA's history from its founding in the 1950s as an educational television station, the addition of a public radio station, and evolution into a major national producer for PBS.