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Stories by Julia Maish

| Julia Maish
With FIRSTHAND: Homeless, WTTW looks at the many challenges of the unhoused through the firsthand perspective of five people experiencing homelessness.
| Julia Maish
Downton Abbey: The Exhibition gives fans an up-close-and-personal look at the celebrated props, costumes, and accessories from the popular period drama, which ran on WTTW and is available to stream.
| Julia Maish
A new season of WTTW's Chicago Stories that airs this fall includes a documentary on the reversal of the Chicago River. We spoke to the producers of the film about what new things there are to learn, and why it's relevant. 
| Julia Maish
As Chicago Tonight prepares to move to 10:00 pm weeknights beginning January 23, we sat down in WTTW’s Crown Studio with news director Jay Smith to talk about the local news business and plans for Chicago Tonight and WTTW News.
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Fall brings a wide array of new and exciting programs, from an eagerly anticipated returning detective series to several scintillating new dramas to a nostalgic look back at an iconic how-to program to a whirlwind tour of European art history.
| Julia Maish
A new extended trailer has just dropped for the eagerly anticipated Downton Abbey movie sequel, and it contains some more information about elements of the plot.
| Julia Maish
As we air the original Downton Abbey film, catch up on all the goings-on that occur when the King and Queen pay a visit to Downton, bringing along a rival to the Dowager Countess.
| Julia Maish
The first extended trailer for the upcoming Downton Abbey: A New Era has been released, which just might hold us over until the film's release on March 18, 2022.
| Julia Maish
Masterpiece is lauded for its literary adaptations. Some authors have proven to be so popular with audiences that several of their works (and sometimes their life stories as well) have been adapted for television, with some reimagined more than once.
| Julia Maish
As PBS's Masterpiece celebrates its 50 years of bringing exceptional drama and mystery to your homes, look back on some of its notable adaptations of classic books, many of which can still be streamed.
| Julia Maish
2020 has been a year unlike any other in memory, with a worldwide pandemic, a recession, racial reckoning, and a presidential election. As COVID-19 turned life upside down, Chicagoans were left with more questions than answers, and WTTW News had to innovate as they tried to provide them.
| Julia Maish
Margaret works to save her relationship with Henry and Helen both, but Helen disappears to Germany and refuses much further contact. When she eventualyl returns to England, all the characters meet and events get out of control, in the final part of Howards End.
| Julia Maish
Margaret receives an unexpected offer from Henry, while he is impressed by her independence. Helen is angered by the increasing difficulties of Leonard's life, and her attempt to redress them leads to a crisis in Margaret's life. 
| Julia Maish
A surprising request from Ruth Wilcox and a change of circumstances draws Henry Wilcox closer to Margaret Schlegel, while she and Helen attempt to help the principled Leonard Bast. The Schlegels face a decision as they look for new housing.
| Julia Maish
Sisters Margaret and Helen Schlegel are independent and idealistic, but their increasing connection to the affluent, industrialist Wilcox family causes some tension. The downtrodden Leonard Bast offers a completely different perspective from either family.