Viewer Alert: Frontline
Due to technical difficulties, the Tuesday, November 18 airing of "Frontline: Firestone and the Warlord" on WHYY-TV, did not air in its entirety. Our apologies for the inconvenience. The full program will air on WHYY-TV, Sunday, November 23 at 1 p.m. You may also watch the show online.
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Unedited interview with David Lynch
The latest from WHYY's TV programming
- WHYY Holiday Guide Celebrate the season with classic holiday television shows and radio programs. Browse our schedule for a complete listing of timeless traditions and new favorites.
- Greensgrow Farms Friday Arts — In 1997, tired of growing crops in New Jersey, Mary Seton Corboy and her friend Tom Sereduk finally found an empty lot in Kensington to start the local urban farming they have been hoping for and signed a two year lease. The lot had a terrible history of pollution and litter in the soil.
- Benedict Cumberbatch & Keira Knightley: "The Imitation Game" Flicks — Benedict Cumberbatch ("Sherlock") and Keira Knightley talk with Patrick Stoner about bringing the true story of the man who broke the Nazi Enigma code to the big screen.
- World Premieres by Curtis Student Composers On Stage at Curtis — A program of world premieres by Curtis student composers. Their program: Riho Esko Maimets: unusta Ensemble39 Toronto-born Riho Maimets moved to Tallinn, Estonia following his graduation from Curtis, where he studied with David Ludwig and Richard Danielpour.
- Doug Stone On Tour — Country music legend, Doug Stone is a Grammy nominated, platinum selling artist. Opening for Loretta Lynn at the age of seven, Stone was destined to have a career with 22 hit songs on the "Hot Country Chart", four number one songs and eleven other top ten hits including "In a Different Light".
- First for Friday, November 21, 2014 First — A look at Delaware's chicken farming industry; Wilmington Mayor Dennis Williams talks about the reorganization of the police department; increase of ACL injuries among teen athletes; Matt Haley's blue bus; and Dragonfly Art Studios.
- Featured artists: Norman Rockwell, Charles James and Jon Hill ArtWorks — In this episode, Brazilian folklore inspires captivating choreography, there's more than meets the eye when look at the work of Norman Rockwell, glamor of a bygone era is resurrected, and a craftsman puts soul into every instrument he creates.