When it comes to combining good food and good times, Chef-Host-Party Planner Bob Sendall does it all with style. First, Bob takes viewers to a small farm on his search for the freshest ingredients. Then, its time to go into the kitchen where Bob and assistant chef Nick prepare a delicious summer feast that's a treat for the senses. Bob and Nick also assist viewers with helpful tips on planning, prep and recipe advice.

Original airdate: Jun 27, 2013


Can technology and digital devices contribute to our health and wellness? Join us as we identify apps, games, and other forms of media that can help iQ: smartparents and children stay fit and enjoy the outdoors!

Original airdate: Jun 20, 2013


We celebrate the 60th anniversary of the opening of the Squirrel Hill Tunnels! Looking at history, the ongoing renovation project, and some surprises, including help from Sam Hall, WTAE's traffic reporter.

Original airdate: Jun 05, 2013


Michael Bartley, Tonia Caruso and Chris Moore host this forum featuring a panel of guests with different backgrounds, views and experiences on gun violence. An invited audience includes gun violence victims, concerned citizens and representatives from community groups. Viewers will also be encouraged to join the forum through social media as WQED navigates the complex issues.

Original airdate: May 30, 2013


Tonia Caruso examines the complexities of the gun control debate. Gun experts, community groups, representatives from the mental health community and more weigh in on the issues and obstacles in the search for common ground. And as the arguing continues in Washington, Debra Germany of Pittsburgh isn't waiting for politicians. After her son was shot and killed, she's determined to make a difference by stopping gun violence in her community.

Original airdate: May 30, 2013


Rick Sebak presents a program about the many wonderful things about Millvale.

Original airdate: May 23, 2013


After the turbulent 1960s and 1970s, the torch has been passed to a new generation of leadership in the African American community in Pittsburgh. You could call them "The New Trailblazers." Reporter Harold Hayes explores the careers of attorney Blaine Jones and PA Rep. Ed Gainey. The program shows how they are making their mark in law and politics, while offering perspective from those who once walked in their shoes.

Original airdate: May 13, 2013


This program is a sampler of "Extras" from 3 of our Pittsburgh History Series specials. From RIGHTBESIDETHERIVER, Nic DiSio from Reyna Foods shows us how he makes tortilla chips in Cadogan, PA, and we talk to folks in California, PA, about an old movie of their town in 1938. Then we share some extra bits from UNDERGROUNDPITTSBURGHand WHATMAKESPITTSBURGHPITTSBURGH? Good fun stuff!

Original airdate: May 09, 2013


WQED's Chris Moore hosts this forum during which Democratic candidates discuss how they'd work to improve Pittsburgh's future.

Original airdate: May 02, 2013


In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, we bring you the fourth in our “Healthy Baby, Healthy Start” series with a program on high risk pregnancies. Then we’ll join some innovators in the world of technology, entertainment and design as they share some of their big ideas, take you to McCandless Township where a team of iconographers from Greece are painting walls and ceilings in preparation for the opening of a newly constructed church, and rendezvous for the 100th anniversary of the Kaufmann's Clock.

Original airdate: May 02, 2013

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