The Kids and Teens: Entertainment: Television: Educational category is aimed at kids between the ages of 3 and 18. Educational programming is defined as programs that focus on teaching about a topics.
Website is a companion to WGBH produced Africans in America, a six-hour public television series.
Tribute to TVOntario, PBS and AIT Educational programs from the 1970's and 1980's
Find out biographical facts and key events of each President of the United States.
Find out about early Asian American history, immigration and culture. Includes links to Asian American history documents, timeline, books, web sites and genealogy resources.
In depth information on the stars, politicians, sports figures and others who have been featured on the Biography TV series.
A PBS television series inspired by the diaries and letters from girls who lived in different periods in American history. The site includes book excerpts, historical postcards and contests
Search favorite records, download ring tones, and watch video clips from the television series.
Historical information ranging from Great Speeches (in audio) to facts about This Day in History. Show guide and scheduled air times, discussion boards, and classroom study guides.
The interactive Scottish history site spans from pre-history to modern times.
Learn about the outdoors with the hosts of this Wisconsin kids series.
The history, people, and places of Iowa in this ongoing public broadcasting series.
Public television program NOVA features information about the 1999 expedition to find George Mallory as well as details on surviving Everest, the effect of high altitude on humans, the mountain's history, and climbing routes.
The series and companion site for Medieval Women are a journey back in time to discover how women lived in the middle ages.
A half-hour Australian youth variety show by and for kids. Viewers are invited to submit story ideas and learn how to use television equipment.
Features learning adventures on topics ranking from Astronomy to Shakespeare to Spanish to the Internet. Includes screen saver downloads and quizzes.
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