WGBH 5K: Run for Public Media

Charge up your Fitbit and hit the starting line with fellow fans of WGBH TV and Radio as we kick off our inaugural 5K road race.

Sunday, November 15, Brighton, MA



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Jared heads to the Berkshires to view the paintings at Clark Art Institute’s “Whistler’s Mother” exhibition and chat with curator Jay Clarke. Then, he visits Stockbridge for a tour of Naumkeag gardens with curator Mark Wilson.


A Dollhouse for Little Engineers

Forget about Barbie’s Malibu Dreamhouse; this dollhouse teaches kids engineering skills. Roominate co-founder Alice Brooks talks about how toys can get kids excited about STEM.

Saturday at 10am and Thursday at 9pm on 89.7 WGBH


Moone Boy

Using the battle for the bathroom as an opportunity to catch up on some sleep, Martin falls victim to a friend's prank when she covers him in make-up while he's asleep. Martin heads off to school unaware of his Boy George-esque look.


Vienna Philharmonic

Led by guest conductor Zubin Mehta, the world-renowned Vienna Philharmonic returns for its 12th open-air summer concert, this time with a Scandinavian flavor, in the magnificent gardens of Austria’s Imperial Schönbrunn Palace.


Your Inner Monkey

Your Inner Monkey tracks our hands, feet, color vision, spine and upright gait to our primate and hominid progenitors, who also passed on perhaps the most important legacy of all: a path to the human brain.

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