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Rhode Island PBS Weekly features in-depth, well-researched stories that go beyond the headlines. Our award-winning team employs balanced, reflective investigative journalism and narrative storytelling to explore the whole story and provide needed context. These are stories that matter, from politics to art, education, the environment, and more, produced by WSBE Rhode Island PBS.
 
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Joining us with a recap of the weeks events, Dave Layman Corporate Communications Consultant and former Television news anchor, Jim Vincent President of Providence branch of the NAACP, and Former State Representative Nick Gorham Support the showRhode Island PBS
 
On this week’s show, Pamela Watts sits down with New York Times bestselling author and West Warwick native Ann Hood about her latest book which reflects on the writers' time as a TWA flight attendant. Next we meet Englishman William Crisp who is flying the flag for Polo right here in Newport. - through passion and wit. Finally, Waterfire is back! P…
 
Joining us on the panel, Pablo Rodriguez Retired Professor at The Warren Alpert School of Medicine, Former Rhode Island Attorney General Arlene Violet and Boston Globe Report Ed Fitzpatrick. Support the showRhode Island PBS
 
On this week's episode of Rhode Island PBS Weekly, producer/director Dorothy Dickie introduces to those trying to turn the tide on our state's coastal erosion. Next, Pamela Watts uncovers the history of diners in America and its Rhode Island roots. Finally, local comedian Bill Simas shares some secrets of his craft.…
 
Joining us on the panel, Maureen Moakley Retired Professor of Political Science at the University of Rhode Island, Attorney and Legal analyst Lou Pulner, and Former State Representative Jon Brien Support the showRhode Island PBS
 
David Wright interviews bestselling author Don Winslow, who has made a career writing about drug wars in California and New York’s police department. Now, the crime novelist author returns home with a new book about Rhode Island’s mafia. Then, a look back in time at the Celebrity Club, a jazz club in Providence that attracted talent ranging from Lo…
 
Joining us on the panel, Billy Hunt Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Rhode Island, Brown University Political Scientist Wendy Schiller, and Former State Representative Joe Trillo Support the showRhode Island PBS
 
This week's show takes a look at the trend of thrift shopping, which has become popular among young, environmentally conscious Americans. Isabella Jibilian goes behind the scenes at a textile recycling facility and meets unique individuals looking to make green the new black. Then, Pamela Watts sits down with Javier Montañez, the new Superintendent…
 
Joining us on this weeks panel Bill Bartholomew, founder of the Bartholomew Town Podcast, Ken Block, Chairman of Watchdog RI and Republican Strategist, Lisa Pelosi Support the showRhode Island PBS
 
On this week’s broadcast, David Wright has an in-depth interview with Providence’s Bishop Tobin. Then some startling updates on Michelle San Miguel’s Long Covid segment, and sneak peak of Rhode Island PBS’s original documentary “A Stitch in Time”, produced and directed by Jamie McGuire. And finally Lylah Alphonse gives commentary on the tragic scho…
 
Joining us for our reporters roundtable Steph Machado - WPRI target 12 investigative reporter Patrick Anderson - State House Reporter for the Providence Journal and Dan McGowan - Boston Globe columnist Support the showRhode Island PBS
 
On this week’s broadcast, David Wright takes an in-depth look at critical race theory and the issue of teaching kids about systemic racism in our society. Then we have excerpts from two Rhode Island PBS documentaries. First up, in “Breaking Good,” Contributing Producer/Director Dorothy Dickie explores the escalation of the incarceration of women in…
 
Joining us on the panel Sue Cienki chairwoman of the Rhode Island Republican Party, Political contributors Scott McKay, and attorney and Former Providence mayor Angel Taveras Support the showRhode Island PBS
 
On this week’s show, Pamela Watts remembers Rhode Island State Police K-9 Unit member Ruby – who went from a being a pup on a pound kill list to hero and world famoust dog with the help of her handler and trainer Corporal Dan O’Neil. Next, we turn to a profile of Providence Journal columnist, Mark Patinkin. David Wright’s in-depth interview with Pa…
 
Joining us for the discussion: Political Contributor Don Roach, Marcela Betancur Executive Director for the Latino Policy Institute at Roger Williams University, Political Strategist Rob Horowitz Support the showRhode Island PBS
 
On this episode of Rhode Island PBS Weekly, Michelle San Miguel brings us the harrowing stories of genocide survivors who have escaped to the Ocean State. Next, Pamela Watts looks at a founding father's contribution to one of the country's oldest lending libraries. Finally, we visit a nursery spreading the Japanese artform of Bonsai in Massachusett…
 
Joining us on the panel Corporate Communications consultant and former television news anchor, Dave Leyman, Jim Vincent, President of the Providence branch of the NAACP and former state representative, Dan Riley. Support the showRhode Island PBS
 
This week on RI PBS Weekly, Pamela Watts reports on why Rhode Island has become one of the top destinations for television and film productions. Next, before there was Hollywood, Rhode Island had a film entertainment industry of its own. We explore those early productions and highlight a fragment of the thousands of hours of local films housed at t…
 
Joining us on the panel, Bob Walsh, Executive Director for the National Education Association Rhode Island, Ian Donnis, Political reporter for the Publics Radio, and Former State Representative Doreen Costa Support the show (http://ripbs.org)Rhode Island PBS
 
On this episode of Rhode Island PBS Weekly, we meet a Ukrainian born Woonsocket priest comforting parishioners coping with war while supporting fighters defending his homeland. Next, an Afghan interpreter tells the story of his dangerous escape to Rhode Island from his war torn country. Finally, Michelle San Miguel visits a flower farm in Exeter th…
 
Joining us with the analysis, Bill Lynch, Former Chairman of the Rhode Island Democratic Party, Former State Representative, Jon Brien and Republican Strategist, Lisa Pelosi Support the show (http://ripbs.org)Rhode Island PBS
 
This week on Rhode Island PBS Weekly, contributing correspondent David Wright dives into the legal battle that threatens the eviction of Newport's Jeshuat Israel congregation from the country's oldest Jewish house of worship, Touro Synagogue. Next, a presentation of a Papyrus artifact by a Harvard professor shocked religious circles around the worl…
 
Joining us on the panel Bill Bartholomew founder and host of The Bartholomew Town Podcast, Brown Political Science Professor, Wendy Schiller and Attorney and Legal Analyst Lou Pulner Support the show (http://ripbs.org)Rhode Island PBS
 
This week on Rhode Island PBS Weekly, as drug overdoses in the state surge to record levels, Michelle San Miguel introduces us to a controversial new state program aimed at saving lives. Next, Contributing reporter Bill Bartholomew introduces us to a North Kingstown High School Student gaining a legion of followers for his weather reports. And fina…
 
This week on Rhode Island PBS Weekly, as potential threats from Russia and China loom, Michelle San Miguel takes a close look at the naval defense industry of southeastern New England known as the "Silicon Valley of undersea warfare" in some circles. Next, Pamela Watts profiles maestro and Providence College graduate Troy Quinn. Finally, we discove…
 
Joining us with the analysis: Former Attorney General Arlene Violet, Boston Globe Reporter Ed Fitzpatrick And Former State Representative Nick Gorham Support the show (http://ripbs.org)Rhode Island PBS
 
Michelle San Miguel explores how the pandemic has taken a toll on mental health, increasing demand on the already drained mental healthcare system. Then, Pamela Watts speaks to two transgender Rhode Islanders about their journeys to living their best lives. Finally, a look at the link between social media use and poor mental health, especially amon…
 
Joining us on the panel, Pablo Rodriguez Professor Emeritus at the Warren Alfred School of Medicine, LeeAnn Sennick, National Committee Woman for the Rhode Island Republican Party and Political Contributor, Scott McKay Support the show (http://ripbs.org)Rhode Island PBS
 
On this episode, contributing reporter David Wright sits down with Arlene Violet for an in-depth interview. As a former nun who later became the first female attorney general in Rhode Island, Violet has long been a pioneer for justice. Then, contributing reporter Bill Bartholomew profiles Dan Blakeslee, visual artist and musician. Plus, an excerpt …
 
Joining us with there perspective, Political Strategist Rob Horowitz, Sue Cienkie, Chairwoman of the Rhode Island Republican Party and Political Contributor Don Roach Support the show (http://ripbs.org)Rhode Island PBS
 
Rhode Island PBS Weekly takes an in-depth look at long COVID, exploring how symptoms can linger for months after a COVID infection. Then, Pamela Watts interviews a former gang member about what’s behind the alarming rise of gun violence in Providence. Plus, a Providence artist turns guns into art.RI PBS Weekly
 
Joining us with their perspective Billy Hunt, Chairman of the Libertarian party of Rhode Island, Jim Vincent President of the Providence branch of the NAACP and Bob Walsh Executive Director of the National Education Association Rhode Island Support the show (http://ripbs.org)Rhode Island PBS
 
Rhode Island PBS Weekly takes an in-depth look at a movement in Rhode Island hoping to help pregnant women by increasing their access to doulas. Then, John Smith explores how climate fears have sparked new interest in a controversial source of energy: nuclear. Finally, Lylah Alphonse, Editor of Globe Rhode Island, provides her take on the benefits …
 
Joining us on the panel: Bill Lynch, Former Chairman of the Rhode Island Democratic Party. Attorney and Legal Analyst, Lou Pulner. And Former State Representative, Doreen Costa. Support the show (http://ripbs.org)Rhode Island PBS
 
On this episode, Michelle San Miguel introduces u to Central Falls Mayor Maria Rivera, who speaks candidly about the challenges facing Rhode Island’s smallest city. Then, Pamela Watts interviews Congressman David Cicilline, who has taken on tech giants like Facebook and Amazon. Plus, a visit to White Electric, Rhode Island’s first cooperatively-own…
 
Joining us on the panel Marcela Betancur Executive Director of the Latino policy Institute at Roger Williams University, Ian Donis Political Reporter for the Public Radio and former State Representative Dan Reilly. Support the show (http://ripbs.org)Rhode Island PBS
 
On this episode, contributing reporter David Wright sits down with the creator of the nationally syndicated cartoon, Wallace the Brave. Then, we re-visit Pamela Watts in-depth interview with children’s book author, Jeff Kinney, creator of the best seller “Diary of a Wimpy Kid”. And finally, Rhode Island PBS Weekly's senior producer Justin Kenny pro…
 
Joining us for this weeks reporters roundtable : Bill Bartholomew founder of the Bartholomewtown podcast, Providence Journal State House reporter : Patrick Anderson and WPRI target 12 investigative reporter : Steph Machado. Support the show (http://ripbs.org)Rhode Island PBS
 
On this episode, Michelle San Miguel sits down with Representative Jim Langevin, who made history as the first quadriplegic to serve in Congress. Then, a look at the shocking number of college students who can’t afford food, and a program looking to help. Finally, Lylah Alphonse, Editor of Globe Rhode Island, provides her personal take on the probl…
 
This week on a Lively Experiment. The easing of some COVID restrictions is on the horizon so what's next for Rhode Island? And a full dissection of the Governor's race and the candidates for Congressional District Two. Joining us on the panel: Wendy Schiller, Political Science Professor at Brown University, Former State Representative Jon Brien and…
 
On this episode of Rhode Island PBS Weekly, we report on stories that are both tragic and hidden histories that indigenous people endured in Rhode Island and around the country. We begin in the late 1800’s with the practice that lasted almost a century: Native American children taken from their families and forced in “Indian Boarding Schools” by th…
 
This week on a Lively Experiment Governor McKee's emergency orders allowing for Covid restrictions expires next week... will he renew them? and another weeks goes by we'll tell you who's in and who's out of the major political races. Joining us on the panel Dr. Pablo Rodriguez, Retired Professor at the Warren Alpert School of Medical, Republican St…
 
This week on a Lively Experiment whose in and whose out in the Governors Race and now a suddenly coveted open Congressional seat and should Rhode Island change the way they elect their candidates. Joining us on the pannel LeeAnn Sennick National Committee Women for the Rhode Island Publican Party, Attorney and former prosecutor Eva-Marie Mancuso an…
 
This week on a Lively Experiment, A political bombshell as a once in a generation Congressional seat opens up unexpectedly and a big week for Governor McKee who he delivers his State of the State Address and unveils his budget proposal for next year. Joining us for this analysis Former Providence Mayor Angel Taveras, Political Contributor Scott McK…
 
This week on a Lively Experiment, What can we expect from this years general assembly session. It's our annual sit down with leaders in each chamber to get a road map on what to look for. Joining us with their perspective Senate Majority Leader Michael McCaffrey, Senate Minority Leader Dennis Algiere and House Majority Leader Chris Blazejewski. Sup…
 
This week on A Lively Experiment, another year in the books but, before we turn the page to 2022 it's our annual year in review of the good, the bad, and the ugly of Rhode Island. Support the show (http://ripbs.org)Rhode Island PBS
 
This week on A Lively Experiment, two steps forward, one and a half steps back. As we head into the third calendar year of Covid. We'll tell you about new restrictions announced this week. And, a weeks long protest at the state house about the homelessness and affordable housing ends with the real work just beginning. Joining us this week, Bill Bar…
 
This week on A Lively Experiment, increasing calls for the Governor to reimpose an indoor mask mandate, we'll tell you who's calling for it. And, Rhode Island moves one step closer to opening up the federal covid money bank account. Joining us this week, Boston Globe reporter, Amanda Milkovits. Political strategist, Rob Horowitz. And former State R…
 
This week on A Lively Experiment, members of the state's largest employee union are in line for a three thousand dollar vaccination bonus, but with it, political blow-back for Governor Mckee. And coming to a phone near you, vaccination passports, we'll tell you what the administration has in mind. Joining us this week Dave Layman, corporate communi…
 
This week on A Lively Experiment, Rhode Island is a wash in federal covid money, and while much of the focus is on how the state will use it's share, what about the cities and towns? And the state opens up booster shot eligibility for everyone, as infection numbers trend upward...again. Joining us this week, Jim Vincent, President of the Providence…
 
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