WHYY-TV: Where you go to know
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
- Art and the SS United States Friday Arts — When her father died, Susan Gibbs remembered looking through the years of magazines saved in his garage. Seeing her grandfather on the cover of TIME magazine with a picture of the SS United States [...]
- Jennifer Saunders & Joanna Lumley for "Absolutely Fabulous" Flicks — Jennifer Saunders & Joanna Lumley talk with Patrick Stoner about following up their popular TV comedy, “Absolutely Fabulous”, with a much delayed movie.
- Walé Oyéjidé, Michael Stairs, Children's Theater Articulate (presented by WHYY) — Hailed as one of America's best dressed men, fashion designer Walé Oyéjidé is on a mission to help all men dress better. At the Arden, children's theater is anything but child's play. [...]
- First First — Party conventions - the changing role of these grand political spectacles. Dace Blaskovitz talks to Delaware State Treasurer Ken Simpler. Decision 2016: Wilmington Mayoral debate. From Bombay Hook to Yellowstone National Park artist Steve Oliver has traveled and painted the animals he loves.
- Lee Ann Womack On Tour — Multiple CMA winning country artist, Lee Ann Womack is most known for her hit, "I Hope You Dance", and many other songs. Her love of classic country music fuels her passionate, stellar performances all around the world. [...]
- Student Recital: Debussy, Ortiz, Berlioz, Bellafronte, Brahms On Stage at Curtis — A student recital featuring Debussy: Preludes, Book I; Alfredo Ortiz: Venezolana for Five Pedal-Harps; Hector Berlioz: “A Ball,” from Symphonie Fantastique, Op. 14 arr. Ron Erickson; Raffaele Bellafronte: Suite No. 1 for Guitar and Cello; and Brahms: Sonata No. 3 in D minor, Op. 108.