M. Sanjayan has held a 9-foot shark in the Caribbean as it gave birth. He’s paraglided with vultures and held baby pandas in China.
It’s no spoiler to give away the ending of “The Big Burn” — the fire dies and the U.S. Forest Service lives.
Popular science writer and theorist Steven Johnson asks “How We Got to Now” in a new PBS series. The famed scientist and mathematician Galileo, pictured next to Johnson on a bench in Pisa, Italy, helped us get there.
The Yellowstone Art Museum will screen several episodes from ART21 Access ‘14 as part of Educator’s Free Day at the museum.
It is time to prepare our families for that first day and week of the school year. This point on the calendar requires serious effort to transition from the lazy days of summer to the highly scheduled school year routine. From my view, it is an instance of great excitement and new beginnings…
Why are we coming to Billings? Because the story of your town is helping to change the world!
An aggressive billboard campaign has taken root throughout Montana aimed at raising awareness of the need to improve the well-being of the state’s children.
The home to the Dukes of Devonshire for more than 500 years, Chatsworth House in Derbyshire, England, is featured in the PBS special “Secrets of Chatsworth.”
This publicity image released by PBS shows, from left, Trixie Franklin, Cynthia Miller, Jenny Lee and Chummy Noakes from the PBS series “Call the Midwife.”
Two free showings of the documentary film "Big Sky, Big Money" are scheduled for the Cottonwood Theatre in Big Timber.
Children’s music performer Kevin Roth is bringing his “Family Sing Along Concert” to the Alberta Bair Theater on Saturday, Aug. 4, at 3 p.m.
On Tuesday at 7 p.m., Montana viewers will get a first look at a new biography of Lt. Col. George A. Custer on “American Experience,” an acclaimed history series produced for PBS.
Suggestions from the Enjoy Bloggers on events and activities to attend this week:
The Yellowstone Art Museum and POV, a subsidiary of PBS, will screen a series of documentaries that explore contemporary social issues of the day.
A new PBS documentary, "Not in Our Town: Light in the Darkness," will be shown at 6:30 tonight at Petro Theatre at Montana State University Billings.
Montana’s long drought — the dominant weather factor for much of the 1990s and several years into the new decade — seems a distant memory now.
Billings will be a tour stop on the 15th season of “Antiques Roadshow,” PBS’s most-watched primetime series.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. - Federal law makes it impossible for satellite television subscribers in most of Wyoming to receive Wyoming PBS, but two bills before a U.S. House committee would change that.
The Fort Shaw girls' basketball team that became the champion of the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair is featured in a Montana PBS special Sunday.
MISSOULA - America's oldest man, Walter Breuning of Great Falls, will share his 112 years of stories and memories Thursday during "A Conversation with Walter" on Montana PBS.