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Iowa PBS’s previous schedule for Saturday, Nov. 26, Sunday, Nov. 27 and Monday, Nov. 28 has been changed as of Tuesday, Nov. 22
Iowa PBS will present the broadcast premiere of Des Moines Metro Opera Presents A Thousand Acres on Friday, November 18 at 8:30 p.m.
Explore the wonders of the “Masterpiece on the Mississippi” in Iowa PBS’s hour-long documentary, Historic Buildings of Iowa: Dubuque.
Iowa PBS has been awarded a planning grant to develop a Learning Neighborhood plan to engage local partners and extend the reach and impact of PBS KIDS
Tour some of the iconic downtown structures in Dubuque, go behind the scenes of popular dramas, and enjoy music from a wide variety of artists during Fall Festival 2022.
Join Iowa PBS virtually on November 15 at 6 p.m. for a Pop-Up Film Series event
The debate between U.S. Representative Ashley Hinson (R - Marion) and State Senator Liz Mathis (D - Hiawatha) was scheduled to take place Tuesday, October 18 at 7 p.m. at Iowa PBS studios in Johnston.
Live coverage on-air and online Thursday, November 3.
Join Iowa PBS for a night of remembrance, pageantry, music and a celebration of agricultural breakthroughs in the battle against global hunger Friday, October 21 at 8:30 p.m.
Travel with Friends of Iowa PBS April 24 to May 3, 2023.
Iowa PBS’s commitment to early childhood education continues with the expansion of its Ready for School initiative.
Dive into the story of one Black football player’s leadership, athleticism and courage throughout his life.
Iowa PBS has contributed to a national educational effort to collect and create free media resources to assist in learning in the classroom. 
Iowa PBS’s series Iowa Press, the state’s longest-running news interview program, has reached a broadcasting milestone — in August 2022, the series began its 50th season.
Go behind the scenes of pivotal moments in Iowa history with intimate profiles of Governors Harold Hughes and Robert D. Ray.