ThinkTV16 and CET are launching Think Wednesday – a new primetime line-up featuring television’s best nature, science and technology programming. Nature and NOVA will continue to air at 8pm and 9pm respectively and we’ll be premiering new specials at 10pm each week.
The program The Story of the Jews with Simon Schama premiered on March 25th on both CET and ThinkTV16. We aired the first two episodes, Among Believers and In the Beginning, and will follow up this week with the last three episodes in the series: A Leap of Faith, Over the Rainbow and Return.
March is Women’s History Month – a time specifically dedicated to remembering and celebrating the international contributions of women past and present. In honor of women’s history month, CET and ThinkTV have multiple programs lined-up and a variety of online videos and resources available.
For two weeks every March, we turn to our community and ask for support. We have other fundraisers and drives throughout the year, but March is the biggie for us and the money raised helps keep your public television station on-the-air and enables us to provide quality educational programming for children, local arts programming and so much more.
Even if you’re a huge Call the Midwife fan, we know sometimes you just can’t make the original broadcast date. Or your DVR was full and didn’t record. Or you meant to watch it, but fell asleep on the couch after dinner.
We know that sometimes life gets in the way of great programming – which is OK, because we have many of your favorite shows available online!
This class will provide youth planning to babysit with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and responsibly care for children and infants. This training will help participants to develop leadership skills, learn how to develop a babysitting business, keep themselves and others safe, help children behave and learn about child care and basic first aid. The recommended age for this course is 11 – 15 years old.
ThinkTV is a non-profit, public media corporation. Each month, our non-commercial broadcast stations, WPTD (Dayton) and WPTO (Oxford/Cincinnati), are watched by more Ohioans than any other public television organization in Ohio. The stations serve the 3.5 million people of southwestern and west central Ohio and reach more than 20 percent of all of the state's school districts.
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