Full Episodes | 74See All
Enjoy a culinary tradition that goes beyond food by visiting Wisconsin's supper clubs
The story of civil rights leader Vel Phillips, a woman of many "firsts" in Wisconsin.
Tells poignant stories of students who have experienced bullying in their school lives.
Tribal elder David Grignon shares the oral tradition of the Menominee people.
Tribal elder Randy Cornelius shares the oral tradition of the Oneida people.
Jim Thunder and Mike Alloway, Sr. share the oral tradition of the Potawatomi.
Follow MS patients as they participate in Nordic skiing to improve their quality of life.
Jerry Apps remembers country winters spent on his family’s farm in Central Wisconsin.
Clips | 39See All
The story of one of Wisconsin's great civil rights leaders. Premieres 8pm Monday, Feb. 16.
See how shelter pets can improve people's lives when given the opportunity.
Andreas Sander, a Gestapo Prison expert on the Harnacks' incarceration and interrogation.
A closer look at the anti-Nazi movement and the influence of the University of Wisconsin.
November 2009 presentation by author Anne Nelson at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Milwaukee's Art Heitzer championed efforts to recognize Mildred Fish-Harnack in Wisconsin.
Written Dec. 14, 1942 - Arvid remembers Mildred and Wisconsin. Narrated by Uli Rosenhagen.
Donald Heath, Jr., gives us a first-hand look at the Harnacks' daily lives in Berlin.