Filmmaker Lynn Novick and others stopped by Nine PBS's Bayer Studio to explore how the film College Behind Bars aligns with local racial equity issues.
In the From the Archives section of Nine PBS Magazine, we look back at the influential programs and stories we have told since our community license was granted in 1954.
Down the St. Francis (1988)
Back in 1988, we aired a special on whitewater paddling on the St. Francis River in southeastern Missouri. Down the St. Francis featured interviews with enthusiasts of the sport, which hold the annual Missouri Whitewater Championships, now in its 54th year, on the river.
It’s a river that is atypical for this part of the country. With its granite rocks and trees, you might think you are on the banks of a river in Wyoming, Montana, or Colorado. It’s beautiful and large enough for whitewater kayaking and canoeing, but “it’s not a river for dawdlers,” said a paddler. It’s considered an excellent training river.
St. Louis Moments | Living St. Louis
In the over 250 years since St. Louis was founded, there have been countless memorable moments that have shaped the history, culture, and identity of our city. Over the past 17 years, Living St. Louis has captured, told, and in a few cases, literally "dug up" those stories, creating an immense library of St. Louis moments. Take some time, and browse through some of the moments that make St. Louis the city that we know and love today.
St. Louis People | Living St. Louis
St. Louis has been called home by all sorts of celebrities, historical people, tremendous personalities, and regular folks who just have great local stories to share. Here are many of those stories we have told over the years. Learn about some of the greatest St. Louisans that have, and in many cases still do, live among us.
St. Louis Places | Living St. Louis
A city as rich with history as St. Louis has a unique blend of historical landmarks, memorable locations, and new favorite places. That is why St. Louis constantly surprises visitors with a something for everyone, regardless of what you want to see when you are in town. There also is no shortage of things to do for locals as well.
International experts in climate science, ecology, sustainable development, and related disciplines convened the 2018 Saint Louis Climate Summit, hosted by Saint Louis University.
This 2012 documentary series that explores one of the most polarizing issues facing America today.