Headshot of Valerie Plame

Makers: Women In War

Track American women’s increasing participation in war — from Vietnam to the present — as nurses, soldiers, journalists, diplomats and spies. Among those featured are Linda Bray, the first woman to lead troops into battle, and Valerie Plame Wilson, whose career was sabotaged after she was “outed” as a high-level spy.

Tuesday, October 21 at 9pm

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Twisted Tales of Poe

Twisted Tales of Poe:
Theatre of the Mind

Bolt the door, light a single candle, and turn off the lights; then settle into the mysterious and macabre Twisted Tales of Poe, a 1940s-style radio adaptation, complete with musical accompaniment and a live crew creating all of the sound effects while you watch!

Sunday, Oct 26 at 7pm & 11pm

Photo: Congressman Glenn Thompson and Kerith Strano Taylor

Race for the 5th Congressional Debate

Hear from your 5th District U.S. Congressional candidates, incumbent Glenn Thompson (R) and challenger Kerith Strano Taylor (D) during a live debate from the WPSU studio.

Monday, October 27 at 8pm

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The Paradise, Season 2

The Paradise, Season 2

Every fairy tale has its sequel. On the brink of happiness at the end of last season, retail genius John Moray and his “little champion,” Denise, find true love a bumpy ride indeed, as Katherine and her new husband scheme to wreck their lives.

Sundays at 8pm

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