A profile of Henry Ford, the farm boy who became the 20th century’s most influential American innovator.
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The United States Air Force brought men up 19 miles, testing the limits of human endurance
After attempting to commit the perfect crime, would two boys get the death penalty?
The story of James Garfield, one of the most extraordinary men ever elected president.
Go inside the coal miners' bitter battle for dignity at the dawn of the 20th century.
John Paul Stapp tested the limits of human physiology. Premieres March 1 at 9/8c on PBS.
Since 1783 balloonists risked their lives attempting ever-higher altitudes. Premieres 3/1.
Dr. Stapp's team hoped to fly a man to over 100,000 ft. above Earth. Premieres 3/1 on PBS.
In 1957, David Simons rose a record-breaking 101,500 ft. above Earth. Premieres 3/1 on PBS
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Executive Producer, Mark Samels talks about our upcoming documentary, "The Boys of '36."
The story of the triumph of the U.S. Men's rowing team at the 1936 Olympics. Premieres 8/2
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Live performances from some of today's finest chamber musicians, recorded in the acoustically superb Barns at Wolf Trap.
Historian Garrett Peck discusses the history of brewing in the nation's capital. D.C.'s beer heritage dates back to 1770 and claims some very innovative brewers.
Curious George uses George's insatiable curiosity as a way of acquainting preschoolers with key concepts in math, science and engineering.
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Enjoy this step through time charting WETA's history from its founding in the 1950s to becoming a major national producer for PBS.