Thanks to your support, tpt is among the nation's leaders in creating local and national programs. This month, you'll see two tpt-produced national documentaries: NOVA: Hunting the Edge of Space, which explores how the telescope has helped us discover our place in the universe and Through a Dog's Eyes, which chronicles service dogs and the remarkable difference they make in people's lives. And coming soon, you'll see our brand new weekly series, MN Original, which celebrates our State's artistic community. We are proud to create such diverse programming, and you can be proud that it was made right here, by your public television station. Thank you!
Presents the story of service dogs and the individuals whose lives they impact so profoundly. A tpt original production.
Wednesday, April 21, 7pm
Thursday, April 22, 3pm
Iraq & Back: Minnesotans' Stories
Five Minnesota National Guard soldiers film their own stories including their deployment to Iraq and their return home.
Sunday, April 11, 8pm
Sunday, April 18, 12pm
Joining Forces: On the Mend
Experts discuss commonly seen conditions affecting patients with military experience. Co-produced with HealthPartners.
Sunday, April 11, 6:30pm
On April 22, tpt will premiere MN Original, our new weekly arts series that presents a candid portrait of artists at work. From symphony to sculpture, from painting to pottery, you'll go behind the scenes as artists share their stories, in their own words. Tune in and celebrate Minnesota's creative spirit.
We're planning a tpt Family Fun Day at Como Town on May 22! Join us for a day of rides, fun activities and your favorite PBS characters. Stay tuned for more details.
Super Why Conquers the iPhone!
Super Why soars into another new medium with a new iPhone/iPod app now available on iTunes. The new app offers four interactive literacy games to help children achieve the power to read. Children can earn virtual stickers by playing each game and decorate an "e-sticker book" with over 50 fun items! Visit PBS KIDS Mobile Downloads to learn more.
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