Public Television for the North Coast

Highlights & Specials

PBS Chef Kevin Belton at the Ingomar

Kevin Belton

Attention PBS North Coast Members!Everyone raves about the food of New Orleans, so get ready for good eatin’ because Chef Kevin Belton is bringing the Big Easy to Eureka. The star of New Orleans Cooking is hosting a fund raising dinner for PBS North at the Carson Mansion on Monday, October 2nd. The four course dinner will feature Southern regional favorites like Shrimp Remoulade and Jambalaya. Tickets for this event are $150 per person and are available to PBS North Coast members. Call 445 0813 during regular business hours for your tickets today. As Kevin says, “It’s all about good.”

Vietnam War -- This is What We Do (July 1967 - December 1967)

Thursday, September 21 at 8 PM repeating immediately at 9:33 PM

Enemy body counts and American casualties mount as GIs chase an elusive foe and face deadly ambushes and artillery. While Hanoi lays plans for a massive surprise offensive, the Johnson Administration reassures the public that victory is in sight.

Third Rail with OZY

Friday, September 22nd at 8:30 PM

Emmy Award-winner Carlos Watson moderates an electrifying debate on a provocative topic each week with experts and celebrities. Digital and studio audiences contribute to each debate, accompanied by ongoing social media conversations.

The Best of Boston Pops

Friday, September 22nd at 9 PM

The Boston Pops releases a star-studded celebration featuring some of the greatest moments over their 129-year history. Hosted by Keith Lockhart and produced by Susan Dangel and Dick Bartlett, THE BEST OF THE BOSTON POPS tells the orchestra’s story—from its beginnings as summertime entertainment for Bostonians, to the national icon and beloved institution it is today. In 2015, the Boston Pops celebrates the 20th anniversary of its beloved conductor, Keith Lockhart, who has introduced the orchestra to millions of new attendees, viewers and listeners during his tenure. During Maestro Lockhart’s tenure, more than 700,000 people have attended live Boston Pops concerts each year. This program highlights the history and musical importance of the Boston Pops as the first and preeminent American Pops orchestra.


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