This tpt original production tells the story of the creator of Peanuts, one of the most iconic and beloved cartoon strips in history.
This four-part series uses the latest tools in genealogy and genetics to explore the family histories of 12 renowned Americans.
Almanac: 27th Season Premiere
Watch the season premiere of tpt's award-winning, weekly public affairs program, with hosts Cathy Wurzer and Eric Eskola.
The next two episodes of MN Original will feature public artist Craig David, Guthrie Theater Wig Master Ivy Loughborough, hip hop artists No Bird Sing, Newbery award-winning children's author Kate DiCamillo, visual artist Frank Big Bear and the Jayhawks (pictured) perform at First Avenue to celebrate the re-release of their first album after 25 years.
Minnesota Meeting: Education Reform
Draws together local and national experts to discuss critical issues facing our community. This episode features an engaging discussion about Minnesota's educational system. Co-produced with the Minneapolis Foundation.
Hispanic Heritage Month
Minnesota is home to many people of Hispanic heritage. Joined by the powerful gift of common language, they have struggled to keep their cultures alive.
A native of Nicaragua, Esperanza came to the United States to study business but never expected to stay.
John Acosta and Armando Gutierrez paint beautiful murals on the West side of St. Paul.
This fall tpt brings you The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! Voiced by award-winning actor Martin Short, Dr. Seuss's beloved Cat will guide friends Sally and Nick on fun-filled adventures where they make natural-science discoveries.
Curious George Season Premiere
Hot on the heels of his 2010 Emmy Award for "Outstanding Children's Animated Program" George is back with all new episodes. Premiering September 7th, the fifth season of Curious George finds the lovable monkey bringing his contagious enthusiasm and curiosity to a new set of mis-adventures.
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