Vermont PBS Specials

Making the Civil War Part 4

PART 4: 25 years ago, for the premiere of “The Civil War,” ‘Vermont ETV’ (that’s us) interviewed Ken Burns at his home in Walpole, NH. Ken discussed each episode of the groundbreaking documentary – and called these the best interviews he’s ever done for The Civil War. Enjoy!
  • Vermont Congressional Delegation Joint Town Meeting
  • Governor Scott's Budget Address 2017
  • Lt Governor Zuckerman's Inauguration
  • Governor Scott's Inaugural Address 2017
  • Pure Maple!
  • Making the Civil War Part 1
  • Making the Civil War Part 4
  • Making the Civil War Part 3
  • Making the Civil War Part 2
  • Bernie Sanders' Campaign Kickoff Speech
  • Salman Rushdie in Vermont
  • Governor's Community Forum on Opiate Addiction
  • Holiday Maple Recipes
  • Damage Control
  • Vermont Craft Beer Night
  • The Invisible War: Impact Vermont
  • Protecting Vermont's Wildlife
  • Vermont's Diversity Report Card
  • Cafe Scientifique: Concussions & Brain Trauma
  • Impact Irene
  • Cafe Scientifique: The Next Frontier
  • Café Scientifique: Measuring Happiness
  • Cafe Scientifique: Emerging Contaminants

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Watch our Vermont PBS Kids' 24/7 channel. Enjoy the benefits of joining our Kids' Club! Explore our many free videos, games, and resources for educators and parents!

Britcom Teas are Coming!

Join our Britcom Club today to support great British programming – and get your invite to this year’s Britcom Teas. Act soon!

High School Town Meeting with the Lt. Governor

May 4 at 8 pm - Lieutenant Governor David Zuckerman hosts a forum for high school students to discuss what has motivated a panel of young activists, and to ask questions or share thoughts and ideas. Broadcast live from our studios. Join us!

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