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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.
Wolf Hall: First Look
The latest from WHYY's TV programming
- Graduation Recital by Shuangshuang Liu, Viola On Stage at Curtis — A graduation recital by Shuangshuang Liu, viola. Shuangshuang hails from Anhui, China. She studied at Curtis with Roberto Diaz and Michael Tree. Her program includes [...]
- Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Philadelphia’s Public Art, Jonathan Biss Articulate — Philadelphia Orchestra Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin; Philadelphia's public art collection; and pianist Jonathan Biss spreads his love of Beethoven sonatas. [...]
- First for Friday, March 20, 2015 First — Addiction and recidivism among female inmates; Attorney General Matt Denn and Health and Social Services Secretary Rita Landgraf; Narcan use in Ocean View; Attack [...]
- Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Flicks — Lillete Dubey & Tina Desai - Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel - talk with Patrick Stoner about being Indian stars working for the first time with their world famous counterparts.
- The Airborne Toxic Event On Tour — The Airborne Toxic Event is named after a section in Don DeLillo's novel "White Noise". The group is known for its blend of rock music and orchestral arrangements, having [...]
- Éclat Chocolates, Charles "Lil Buck" Riley and Philadelphia Stories Friday Arts — TWorld renowned Master Chocolatier Christopher Curtin's Eclat Chocolates; dancer Charles "Lil Buck" Riley goes to Princeton University to give a master class and lecture to students; and PHILADELPHIA STORIES celebrates its 10 year anniversary.
- Chalk art; poet Carlos Contreras; Kohler Company's artist residency; and pianist Richard Glazier ArtWorks — Chalk artists are taking to the streets in Florida; poet Carlos Contreras helps his students by supplying the tools to write; Kohler Company's artist residency program; and pianist Richard Glazier shares his love for American movie classics.