The Reason I Jump, Free Virtual Screening

Fri, 01/08/2021 - 5:00pm

Presented as part of Dialogue on Disability and Move to Include, this film examines the lives of five young people who live with autism spectrum disorder.


Second Opinion receives Daytime Emmy nomination

Mon, 03/28/2016 - 6:00am

WXXI’s national healthcare series and its host Dr. Peter Salgo have been nominated for a Daytime Emmy® Award in the Outstanding Informative Talk Show Host category. 


Fizzy's Healthy Recipe Contest

Kids! Submit the healthiest, most delicious and kid-friendly recipes.


Rethinking Mental Health Care

Sun, 05/09/2021 - 9:00pm

This two-part series offers an honest critique of the nation’s mental health care shortcomings, while highlighting tangible solutions and models for improving access and quality of care.


The Gene Virtual Screening & Discussion

Tue, 05/04/2021 - 7:00pm

Join WXXI Education for a virtual screening and discussion of Ken Burns' The Gene: An Intimate History.


Overcoming Anxiety, Depression, Trauma and Grief with Daniel Amen, MD and Tana Amen

Sun, 04/25/2021 - 1:00pm

Dr. Daniel Aman and his wife, Tana Amen, an ICU nurse, talk about taming factors that can lead to anxiety, depression, trauma and grief.


Human: The World Within

Wed, 05/05/2021 - 10:00pm

Take a deep dive into the incredible universe that’s inside the body to discover the biology that all humans share: heart, brain, eyes, blood, and tears. 


Touching the Sound: The Improbable Journey of Nobuyuki Tsujii

Sat, 05/15/2021 - 2:00pm

This film traces the artistic development of this remarkable young musician, from an early ability to play piano by ear, to his gold medal triumph in the 2009 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, to his debut at Carnegie Hall.


FRONTLINE: The Virus That Shook the World

Mon, 04/26/2021 - 9:00pm

A two-part documentary special chronicling how people around the world have experienced the COVID-19 pandemic.


The Gene Educator Training Series

Join WXXI Education for a series of 3 trainings connected to Ken Burns' The Gene: An Intimate History.

Syndicate content