WLRN presents some of television’s best crime and mystery dramas every Friday night.
Tune in to Channel 17 to see hit British police procedurals, such as DCI Banks, built around the driven and intense detective Alan Banks and Dalziel & Pascoe, featuring two Yorkshire detectives with very different styles; followed by Circus, a behind-the-scenes look at the world beneath the Big Top, with a real-life cast of characters in the greatest show on Earth.
A recent survey by Prudential Financial advisors reveals the Hispanic American community places a priority on funding near-term goals, making it more difficult for Hispanics to prepare for retirement.
From Oct. 28 to Nov. 18 last year, the study polled 1,023 Americans who identify as "Hispanic." It covered several financial topics and what the driving force is behind making financial decisions in Hispanic American households.
WLRN looks back on Thursday nights at some of the most important milestones in human history with powerful and award-winning documentaries from around the world, including from our own backyard right here in South Florida.
On January 23, Channel 17 takes a historic bus ride to revisit one of the most significant victories in the U.S. civil rights movement and presents Sister Rosetta Tharpe with her colorful mix of gospel music and good 'ol fashioned rock & roll.
(Editor's Note: Due to technical difficulties, Mary Pleasant has been postponed. Instead, WLRN will air an original production, Instruments of Change, at 10:00 p.m. See below for more details on the program.)
The prospects for the Old Seven-Mile Bridge in the Middle Keys have turned 180 degrees in the past several weeks. The historic bridge and popular walking spot once in danger of being shut down is now close to receiving more than $77 million for repairs and 30 years' worth of upkeep.
In Hialeah’s Power Food Supermarket, a lottery cashier named Isabel takes a pause between customers.
In nine years working at the store, she has seen many hopeful people play the different Florida lottery games. The 1 in 10,000 chances of winning big with a Play 4 ticket might seem disheartening, but Isabel knows about a Cuban lottery superstition that ignores the statistics.
“I used to live in the apartments on 49th Street and a white dove stood by my window all night,” she recalls. “Because I knew about the dove, I played 0024 on Play 4 that day and I won $10,000.”
Fort Lauderdale's Stonewall National Museum and Archives is seeking a partnership with the Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C.
The Stonewall, the nation's largest collection of LGBT literature and periodicals, has applied for membership to the Smithsonian Affiliations program. The program would allow both museums to exchange artifacts among 183 affiliates across 43 states, Panama and Puerto Rico.
WLRN presents some of the best of British comedy and drama every Monday night.
In Doc Martin, a truculent and tactless London doctor causes mayhem when he takes a job in a small Cornish village, while Scott & Bailey is a crime drama following the personal and professional lives of two female detectives. Midsomer Murders, based on the novels of Caroline Graham, has a lush visual style, quirky characters and a rural village setting that recall classic British crime mysteries of the past.
Covered in white, synthetic hair, dollar bills, paint or disassembled and wrapped in wire. Those are a few of the ways in which bicycles have been transformed into art pieces for ARTcycle: Bikes Become Art, a new exhibit at the Coral Gables Museum starting Jan. 23. The creator, cyclist and graphic designer Tachi Llamas, designed the show to commemorate riders who have died on the road.