In this inspiring 90-minute documentary, filmmaker David Grubin – the son of a general practitioner – takes his camera across America to focus on the challenges and triumphs in our country’s health care delivery system.Visit WTTW Featured Website
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An interview with writer Nora Ephron by Robert Cromie on Book Beat in 1975.
Mister Rogers shares wisdom and the origins of his career on Chicago Tonight in 1985.
John Callaway interviews Christie Hefner, vice president of Playboy Enterprises.
This new documentary focuses on the value of philanthropy.
A theatrical love letter to Chicago's diverse food culture and cooking traditions.
The Success Project prepares children for success in high school and college.
The challenges and triumphs in our country’s health care delivery system.
Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine's innovative medical education program.
A 1979 interview with Janet Guthrie, the first woman to race in the Indianapolis 500.
John Callaway interviews Pauline Kael, film critic for The New Yorker.
Sarah Ward is the founder and Executive Director of South Chicago Art Center (SkyART).
Students at Perspectives Charter School started the “I Am For Peace” movement.
CPS Options Schools provide opportunities for new pathways towards high school graduation.
Chicago Public Schools has created the Early College Initiative.
American Graduate Champion Emile Cambry created Blue 1647.
Gigi’s Playhouse serves children and adults of all ages with Down syndrome.
How do banks work? With FDIC-insured banks, money is protected by the federal government.
There are many kinds of coins. Some coins are worth more than others.
We earn income by doing jobs. Kids can earn money by doing chores around the house.
There are many things you can do with money.
With more than $200,000 in prizes, you’re sure to strike it rich.
A 5-part educational and musical hip-hop 30-minute television show for 5-9 year olds.