Our Throwback Thursday this week is Lamb Chop’s Play-Along! Share if you were a fan of Shari Lewis and this PBS program!
It’s another classic show with an unforgettable song:
“This is the song that doesn’t end.
Yes, it goes on and on my friend.
Some people started singing it not knowing what it was,
And they’ll continue singing it forever just because…”
Who are the next generation of jazz musicians?
Join OPB for a discussion about the future of Jazz Education.
We found some nice asparagus at our local farmers’ market.
TUNE IN TONIGHT for Constitution USA at 9/8c.
Join @PBS @TPT and @PeterSagal on Twitter for a live discussion during the broadcast. Just use and follow #ConstitutionPBS.
More info: to.pbs.org/constitutionpbschat
“Soul food is our personal passport to the past. It is much more about heritage than it is about hominy.”- Sarah Ban Breathnach
Soul Food Junkies from Independent Lens is back and available to watch online all week.
Join us for this encore screening of Soul Food Junkies at PBS Black Culture Connection.
Writer, director, producer and editor Robert Trachtenberg talks ‘Make A Noise’ and why this film may surprise you.
‘Mel Brooks: Make a Noise’ premieres nationally on Monday, May 20 on PBS (check local listings).
Mother Mom Sea Otter Holds Pup 7 of 9 Sea Otter (Enhydra lutris), female, marine mammal, with her baby pup by mikebaird on Flickr.
o. my. goodness.
Can you name these civil rights pioneers? See if you can name all three.
Visit PBS Black Culture Connection to learn more about them … and many more!
We think @theellenshow did a pretty good job with Super Kai!