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Lakeshore PBS Memorial Day 2019

Special Memorial Day Programming

In observance of Memorial Day, we’re airing two hours of special programming Monday evening to commemorate the men and women in uniform who have so bravely served our country. You can also live stream the National Memorial Day Concert from PBS on Sunday, May 26 at 7 p.m. CST on Facebook and YouTube. Monday @…

Lakeshore PBS Making the Grade 2019

Making the Grade: Season 9

Every spring for nearly the last decade, we’ve brought some of the best and brightest high school students from Northwest Indiana together in our studios for a fun, unique and memorable experience. Not only do these young adults get to be on TV, but they get to compete against their peers to see who advances…

The Vietnam War Lakeshore PBS Passport

Don’t Miss It: The Vietnam War

As of today, only 10 days remain for you to stream all 10 episodes of the epic documentary series The Vietnam War, directed by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, via Lakeshore PBS Passport. Make it a thing and watch one episode per day, or let it ride and watch several at a time – the…

Lakeshore PBS Passport Professor T

Binge-Worthy: Belgian crime drama Professor T

If you’re a fan of shows like Monk or House, do yourself a favor and check out the newest international crime-drama available to stream via Lakeshore PBS Passport – Professor T. That recommendation doubles if you enjoyed Modus, the first thrilling foreign-language drama to hit the PBS streaming service courtesy of Walter’s Choice programming. Lakeshore…