Friday, December 19, 2014


WINTERFEST 2014
HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

Natchitoches: A Tri-Centennial
ONLINE for a Limited Time!

Hooks, Lies & Alibis
ONLINE for a Limited Time!

LPB Presents
Watch Online!

Primetime Highlights »»»

Louisiana: The State We’re In

Louisiana: The State We’re In
»»» Tonight at 7:00 on LPB

A ruling is expected this month on Governor Jindal’s lawsuit against President Obama over the Common Core academic standards. Jindal has accused the Obama Administration of illegally coercing Louisiana and other states into adopting a national curriculum by tying the requirements for federal grant money and waivers to the standards. We’ll hear from both supporters and opponents of the standards. A recent report by the American Diabetes Association states the annual direct and indirect costs of diabetes in Louisiana is estimated at $5.4 billion. Roughly 380,000 people in Louisiana have diabetes. Research indicates moderate diet and exercise can help. Dr. Rani Whitfield and Chef Celeste Gill are in the studio to help us better understand how to live and eat healthier, especially during the holidays. How would you like to cover 300 years of history in a 45-minute walk? That’s exactly what’s happening in the city of Natchitoches as they celebrate this year’s tri-centennial. Charlie Whinham put on his walking shoes to discover a new way on learning more about the oldest settlement in the Louisiana Purchase.
Click Here for More!


Washington Week with Gwen Ifill

Washington Week with Gwen Ifill
»»» Tonight at 7:30 on LPB

News and Public Affairs: Updates from the longest-running news & public affairs program on PBS.
Click Here for More!


McLaughlin Group

McLaughlin Group
»»» Tonight at 8:00 on LPB

News and public affairs. Long-running panel discussions on topical issues that sometimes play like a noisy family dinner in which everyone speaks at once, until moderator John McLaughlin brings all to order.
Click Here for More!


Silent Night

Silent Night
»»» Tonight at 9:00 on LPB

This opera recounts the true story of the World War I Christmas Eve truce. For one magical evening on December 24, 1914, French, German and British soldiers laid down their arms and joined in a spontaneous celebration reflecting the peace, fellowship and humanity of the season. Based on the Academy Award-nominated film Joyeux Noel.


Privacy Policy    |    Public & EEO Reports    |    louisiana.gov    |    LPB Webmail   |    Closed Captions   |    Contact & Address
© 2014 LETA. All Rights Reserved.