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Assembly Hall: Pride of Indiana

Explore the secrets and story behind one of the most iconic venues at Indiana University.

Assembly Hall: Pride of Indiana

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Celebration in Art: Presented by The Weekly Special

A special from WTIU Public Television introduces viewers to ten Indiana artists.

Celebration in Art: Presented by The Weekly Special

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Finding the Fix: Heroin's Hold on the Heartland

Finding the Fix explores the heroin epidemic and opioid addiction in the Midwest.

Finding the Fix: Heroin's Hold on the Heartland

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The Vision of Herman B Wells

Colleagues and friends define the ideals of Herman Wells as IU President and Chancellor.

The Vision of Herman B Wells

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Spanning Time: America's Covered Bridges

A history of America's covered bridges, from construction to modern preservation.

Spanning Time: America's Covered Bridges

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Cutters of Stone

Five generations of Indiana stone cutters shaped America's most beautiful architecture.

Cutters of Stone

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Coach for Life

Friends and family tell the story of Indiana University basketball coach Branch McCracken.

Coach for Life

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Bill Cook: A Heck of a Ride

Bill Cook is the visionary founder and leader of the medical devices company Cook Group.

Bill Cook: A Heck of a Ride

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Along the Wabash

Travel along the Wabash River and discover the stories of the people who lived nearby.

Along the Wabash

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The Wylie House: Preserving Our Past

A tour of Bloomington's Wylie House, built in 1835, and its furnishings and artifacts.

The Wylie House: Preserving Our Past

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Brown County Artists: Expanding the Legacy

BROWN COUNTY ARTISTS documents the region's artists, past and present.

Brown County Artists: Expanding the Legacy

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Lew Wallace: Shiloh Soldier, Ben-Hur Bard

Lew Wallace (1827-1905) is one of the most significant Hoosiers in Indiana history.

Lew Wallace: Shiloh Soldier, Ben-Hur Bard

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Fall Creek Massacre

The first documented case in which whites were convicted of murdering Native Americans.

Fall Creek Massacre

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Spirit of Orange County

Discover the history, natural beauty, and culture of Orange County and meet the people.

Spirit of Orange County

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Bloomington: Remember When

Bloomington: Remember When examines the people and history of Bloomington, Indiana.

Bloomington: Remember When

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Dalai Lama Interfaith Service

The Interfaith Prayer Service held October 23rd, 2007, with the fourteenth Dalai Lama

Dalai Lama Interfaith Service

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Doc Counsilman: Making Waves

Doc Counsilman, at the age of 58, became the oldest person to swim the English Channel.

Doc Counsilman: Making Waves

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Doc: The Oldest Man in the Sea

In 1979 Doc Counsilman became the oldest man at the time to swim the English Channel.

Doc: The Oldest Man in the Sea

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Elkinsville - Washed Away by Progress

Through photos and interviews with former residents, Elkinsville is brought back to life.

Elkinsville - Washed Away by Progress

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Focus on Flowers

Gardening experts give practical advice for growing a diverse, beautiful spring garden.

Focus on Flowers

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The Four Seasons of Goose Pond

A wildlife adventure through one of the most famous restored wetlands for migratory birds.

The Four Seasons of Goose Pond

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Goose Pond: The Story of a Wetland and Its Neighbors

Goose Pond, in southwestern Indiana, is the largest wetland restoration in the U.S.

Goose Pond: The Story of a Wetland and Its Neighbors

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Hard Life

Examines the lives of three locals, their struggles, and the local help they receive.

Hard Life