Western Reserve Public Media
Schedule Updates

Please note that our programming schedule is subject to change, especially during membership drives. We make every effort to keep these changes to a minimum, and we appreciate your understanding. Please check back for schedule updates.


Monday, Nov. 6 on Fusion

8:30 p.m.   Do Not Duplicate

Safecracker, keymaker and locksmith Phil Mortillaro has an obsession: to permanently leave his mark in NYC. After years of labor, he transformed his West Village shop’s facade into a celebration of his profession and an homage to the city of his youth. Phil’s art captures the creativity and energy of an evolving Greenwich Village.


Friday, Nov. 10 on Western Reserve PBS

9 p.m.   Studio C Sessions

“Dustbowl Revival / The Zombies”


Saturday, Nov. 11 on Western Reserve PBS

3 a.m.   Studio C Sessions

“Dustbowl Revival / The Zombies”


Sunday, Nov. 12 on Fusion

3 a.m.   Studio C Sessions

“Dustbowl Revival / The Zombies”


Friday, Nov. 17 on Western Reserve PBS

9 p.m.   Studio C Sessions

“Whitehorse / Red Wanting Blue”


Saturday, Nov. 18 on Western Reserve PBS

3 a.m.   Studio C Sessions

“Whitehorse / Red Wanting Blue”

 

10 a.m.   Ric Edelman’s The Truth About Your Future

Edelman reveals his forward-thinking guide on how technology and science will reshape the way we save, invest and plan for the future.


Sunday, Nov. 19 on Fusion

5 p.m.   Great Performances

“Matthew Bourne’s Sleeping Beauty” Choreographer Matthew Bourne presents a highly theatrical production of the timeless fairy tale.

 

8 p.m.   Studio C Sessions

“Whitehorse / Red Wanting Blue”


Tuesday, Nov. 21 on Fusion

5 p.m.   Great Performances

“Matthew Bourne’s Sleeping Beauty” Choreographer Matthew Bourne presents a highly theatrical production of the timeless fairy tale.


Sunday, Nov. 26 on Western Reserve PBS

9 a.m.   Ric Edelman’s The Truth About Your Future

Edelman reveals his forward-thinking guide on how technology and science will reshape the way we save, invest and plan for the future.

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