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Frontline aims to make sense of a calamitous moment in American democracy, focusing on the rise of conspiracy and Donald Trump's takeover of the Republican Party, while also examining Joe Biden's life to better understand how he will respond.
Find all the ways you can watch the House's impeachment trial, either over-the-air or digitally, here.
Blair Kamin has announced he is leaving the Chicago Tribune after 33 years, 28 as its architecture critic. A frequent guest on Chicago Tonight, he once shared his favorite place in Chicago and a story about his first review. Revisit it now.
When the city-dweller James Herriot tries to get a job as a veterinary assistant in the rural Yorkshire dales, he finds himself in some unexpected situations but tries to prove that he's more than up to the task.
“I felt like we were just going back to a dark time and regressing, and I just wondered, ‘What is going on in that country?’” says the native Filipino filmmaker of A Thousand Cuts, which follows journalist Maria Ressa as she faces intimidation from the government of the Philippines.
Dementia is encroaching on Maud, so when she believes her friend Elizabeth has gone missing it is difficult to piece together what happened, especially since her memory is complicated by reminiscences of her sister, who disappeared when they were young.
Enjoy Playlist's top ten stories published this year, from drama and mystery recaps to features on Polish food and comedy, as well as some bonus popular stories from 2020.
On December 31, 1862, free Blacks and Black slaves gathered to await the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation on New Year's Day. The Black community has continued to celebrate Watch Night or Freedom's Eve ever since.
A series exploring the response to natural disasters, a self-portrait of America, a new British mystery as well as a remake of a classic, more Finding Your Roots, and more.
The circus is coming to Poplar as the holidays approach, and the ringmaster's daughter is pregnant. Shelagh reconnects with a woman who has had many miscarriages but is pregnant once again, and Monica Joan has a fall.
The cherished drama about a veterinarian working in rural Yorkshire in the 1930s is getting a new adaptation that premieres on WTTW through Masterpiece this January.
When it comes to Chicago’s early history, people like William Ogden or Cyrus McCormick and their families are often brought up as the city’s founders. But, according to one expert, one of Chicago’s “forgotten founders" is the writer and historian Juliette Kinzie.
To make sense of this remarkable year, WTTW sought to address some of the most important issues of our time with our content, while educating and entertaining children and families. Our Vice President of Community Engagement shares some of his favorites.
Try Pati Jinich's "favorite cookie of ALL time," a sandwich of thick sugar cookies and dulce de leche, during the holiday season.
Through storytelling and songs, I Am Ireland examines Ireland’s long struggle for freedom with traditional Irish tenor Paddy Homan performing from the perspective of some of Ireland's prominent leaders.