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WLRN Original Documentaries

Producing award winning original programs remains a high priority for WLRN. Take a closer look at some of the incredible stories that we have had the pleasure of producing for our South Florida viewers.

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PBS

THE FIDEL CASTRO TAPES - Biography - This documentary features rarely — and never-before-seen — images to tell the life story of the former controversial leader of Cuba.

NOVA: Treasures of the Earth - Science

Miami Herald

WLRN honors one of the greatest storytellers, Alan Tomlinson. He was an award winning journalist, documentary filmmaker, writer and director with the charisma that could light up a room. He could tell a story like no other, whether in film, on the radio or in person. On December 17th, we celebrate his storytelling genius by featuring a special block of programming.

Remember Pearl Harbor - Historical Documentary

December 5th at 8pm NATURE: Super Hummingbirds

9:30pm ON THE PSYCHIATRIST'S COUCH with Danial Amen, M.D. - Self Help

Saturday November 26th at 8pm

Friday November 25th at 7:30pm

Blood and Circuses

Nov 18, 2016

MISS FISHER'S MURDER MYSTERIES - Fledgling detective Phryne Fisher is known for her sharp wit and pearl-handled pistol, which she uses to fight injustice in Melbourne during the 1920s.

DOC MARTIN - Comedy-drama on the Cornish coastline with Martin Clunes as the gruff but loveable General Practitioner Doc Martin.

A PLACE TO CALL HOME - As Australia faces internal and external threats to its way of life so too do the people of Inverness, and previous alliances and relationships are tested.

MISS FISHER'S MURDER MYSTERIES - Private detective Phryne Fisher solves mysteries in 1920s Melbourne.

DOC MARTIN - Comedy/ Drama on the Cornish coastline with Martin Clunes as the gruff but loveable General Practitioner Doc Martin.

Love and War

Nov 7, 2016

A PLACE TO CALL HOME - Drama - As Australia faces internal and external threats to its way of life so too do the people of Inverness, and previous alliances and relationships are tested.

FINDING YOUR ROOTS History - Noted Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates, Jr. has unearthed the family histories of influential people helping shape our national identity.

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