PBS Moves Up the Ranks and Announces A New Year of Programming
As your local PBS station, we’re always incredibly proud to bring you TV worth watching, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t fun to see the numbers backing us up! With recent Nielsen data showing that PBS ranks No. 5 among all broadcast and cable networks, we can’t wait to see what happens in the next year as we bring you a wealth of wonderful new episodes and specials. See what you have to look forward to in 2015 after the jump.
Free “Downton Abbey - Season 5 Hour 1” Preview Screenings
We have a special gift for our “Downton Abbey” fans this holiday season! Join us for free screenings of the first hour of the epic fifth season and explore the latest saga in the intimately interlaced stories you’ve come to know and love. The deliciously entertaining formula (which has made “Downton Abbey” the highest-rated drama in PBS history) will be coming to Fayetteville Saturday, Dec. 7, and Little Rock Thursday, Dec. 18.
November 2014 Cooking on the Wild Side Recipes
Whether you cook with John and Phyllis every week or need a little inspiration to walk on the wild side this Thanksgiving, be sure to check out our November “Cooking on the Wild Side” recipes! We have ingredients and steps for main dishes, sides, desserts and more after the jump.
Thomas the Tank Engine Soars in Thanksgiving Day Parade
Cinders and ashes! Your favorite little, blue locomotive will be transformed into a big, beautiful balloon for this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Watch for him Thanksgiving morning, and be sure to check out this behind-the-scenes look at the making of his balloon.
“Odd Squad” Premieres on Nov. 26
Whenever something unusual happens in their town, who can solve the problem and save the day? Olive and Otto, agents of Odd Squad, of course! In this new AETN KIDS program - airing weekdays at 6 a.m. and 3 p.m. - the clever kids work together to problem-solve and set things right, using a math concept that’s embedded into each of their cases. Don’t miss the one-hour premiere on Wednesday, Nov. 26, at 8 a.m. and 3 p.m.