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Watershed Radio on FM 91

The Maumee River Watershed is the largest watershed that empties into the Great Lakes and this region is struggling with water
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Who Killed Jimmy Hoffa? A History Detectives Special Investigation

Tuesday, July 22 at 9:00 p.m.

Hoffa's final days and hours are explored.

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MCO: A History of Healing and Teaching -

This hour-long film describes, through interviews, archival and contemporary images and footage, how a shortage of physicians
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ZOFO: Zoforbit

The ZOFO piano duet (Eva-Maria Zimmermann & Keisuke Nakagoshi) join us for a preview of their latest album, which features
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An Afternoon with Rebecca Eaton

See Rebecca Eaton and hear her fascinating insights into "Downton Abbey," "Sherlock" and more "Masterpiece" magic.

Rebecca Eaton, the
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Life As We Know It with Tom Walton

Mondays at 5:44 p.m. during "All Things Considered" on FM 91

WGTE presents “Life As We Know It,” a weekly series of four-minute
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Protect My Public Media

More than half of all Americans use public media every month. 170 million Americans connect through 368 television stations,
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Cypress String Quartet: Schubert

The San Francisco-based Cypress String Quartet takes on the remarkable string quintet of Franz Schubert in their new album,

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Next Avenue

The place where grown ups can keep growing, exploring and learning. Learn more about this public media initiative and
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Preventing Bullying = Creating Safety

A collaborative effort of WGTE and Fostering Healthy Communities (Mercy, ProMedica and the University of Toledo Medical Center)
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Sustaining Membership

Being a WGTE Sustaining Member is easy!  As a sustainer, your membership will be renewed automatically each year – with no
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  • Al Capone: Icon

    Tuesday, July 22 at 8:00 p.m.

    His name sparks images of bloody violence, but why do many Americans continue to be fascinated by Al Capone?

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  • Today's Blade on FM 91

    On "Morning Edition," Weekday Mornings on FM 91

    "Today's Blade on FM 91" is a collaboration between The Blade and WGTE FM 91, bringing public radio listeners local news reports every weekday, during NPR's "Morning Edition."

    WGTE's "Morning Edition" host Qarie Marshall reports news stories from The Blade at six-minutes past the top of the hour, throughout each "Morning Edition" broadcast, which can be heard on FM 91 each Monday through Friday, at 6:06 a.m., 7:06 a.m., and 8:06 a.m.

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  • Seeking Solutions to Senior Hunger

    Senior hunger and food insecurity are big problems nationwide and in our community. In Ohio, five percent of senior citizens are at risk of going hungry. More than 250,000 elderly Ohioans receive emergency food assistance. The risk of hunger is expected to grow 50 percent by 2015, while funding for food banks, senior programs and meal delivery is being slashed.

    The effort is comprised of a comprehensive public information campaign through TV, radio, print and the web, three live Town Hall television programs on WGTE TV; and community events.

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  • Toledo Stories on WGTENow in its twelfth year on WGTE, Toledo Stories continues to educate and inspire people all over the Northwest Ohio region. Find out more about the series, and check out past episodes.  Ask questions and share your ideas by contacting us at tv@wgte.org by email.

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