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News when you need it. Entertainment when you want it. Education when it counts. WHYY brings the world right into the living room through a lineup of trusted, high-quality television programs. WHYY-TV may be viewed on WHYY 12.1, Comcast 812 and FiOS 512, and its Y2 channel is WHYY 12.2, Comcast Channel 257 and FiOS 474 and Y Info channel, WHYY 12.3, Comcast 258 and FiOS 473.
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.
- December 2014: Philabundance, Soul Music and the Gross Lab Friday Arts — Inside Philabundance, the largest hunger relief organization in the Delaware Valley; the Gross Anatomy Lab at Drexel College of Medicine continues the tradition of learning art through anatomy; and Choral Arts Philadelphia celebrates the talents of local professional and amateur musicians.
- Angelina Jolie: "Unbroken" Flicks — Angelina Jolie talks with Patrick Stoner about bringing her dream movie, "Unbroken", to the big screen.
- First for Friday, December 12, 2014 First — Governor Markell on addiction issues; farming in Delaware, artist John Flourney has been collecting antique chocolate molds for years, A.I. DuPont Hospital for Children's new expansion is up and running.
- An Evening of Opera and Song with the Curtis Vocal Studies Department On Stage at Curtis — An evening of opera and song with the Curtis Vocal Studies Department. All of the selections are sung by Curtis students, accompanied by pianists Mikael Eliasen and Danielle Orlando.
- Chicago On Tour — Formed in 1967 in Chicago, the "legendary rock band with horns" released their first album "Chicago Transit Authority" in 1969. Since then, they have had record sales top the 100,000,000 mark, and include 21 Top 10 singles, 5 consecutive Number One albums, 11 Number One singles and 5 Gold singles.
- Featured artists: Axle Contemporary and Amy Leibrand ArtWorks — In this edition of art works, a little impromptu music draws crowds, the art of trash just might be beautiful, an artist creates works of art on her cell phone and a studio on wheels comes rolling into town.