PBS Western Reserve presents a collection of stories that are singularly focused on the region that we all call home. Here you can explore the people, places, history and events that make Northeast Ohio and Western Pennsylvania so special.
46 Days: The Confessions of Ned Kellogg
This production investigates controversial murder cases of two Kent, Ohio, women more than 70 years ago. Premiered in 2016.
Clyde Singer: An American Artist
Western Reserve PBS presents a documentary that celebrates the centennial birthday year of Ohio artist Clyde Singer. Premiered in 2008.
Joseph O’Sickey: The Art of Life
In JOSEPH O’SICKEY: THE ART OF LIFE, we visit the artist’s Ohio home and garden that serve as the inspiration for many of his paintings. Premiered in 2013.
Ken Nordine: Video for the Ear
This local production profiles renowned voice-over and recording artist Ken Nordine. Premiered in 2019.
Lines Broken: The Story of Marion Motley
Gifted football star Marion Motley was also one of pro football’s first Black players. Premiered in 2021.
Ralph Regula: The Gentleman from Ohio
Learn about former Congressman Ralph Regula, who served Ohio’s 16th district for 36 years. Premiered in 2017.
Road Kid to Writer–The Tracks of Jim Tully
ROAD KID TO WRITER is a biography of Jim Tully—vagabond, boxer and hard-boiled writer. Premiered in 2015.
A Tree Grows in Washington: The John F. Seiberling Story
Explore Congressman Seiberling's life, character and success in wildlife preservation. Premiered in 2013.
Turn Blue: The Short Life of Ghoulardi
Ernie Anderson was the creator of the unique Cleveland TV character, Ghoulardi. Premiered in 2009.