What happens when collecting becomes more than just a hobby? "Artbound" profiles collectors who have obsessively focused on Southern California history.
This episode explores the various ways L.A.'s inhabitants have used the Elysian Hills, a territory that existed long before Sandy Koufax threw Dodger Stadium's first pitch.
This new episode features the music of South African rapper Okmalumkoolkat, Kuwaiti musician Zahed Soltan, Chilean dance musician Matias Aguayo, and more.
Erik Olson's photos explore a subtle dance -- dawn peaking through a curtain of orchids, light bouncing off of chrome furniture, panes of glass reflecting a cloudy sky.
Before Neil Armstrong walked on the moon in 1969, the Soviets had realized a number of spectacular historical achievements, including the first man and woman in space. This documentary uses unseen archive footage to reveal the story of the Soviet space race.
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Black History Month

KCET is honoring Black History Month in February by premiering several programs that celebrate how African Americans have shaped the nation's history.

KCET Original Programs
Link Voices is a unique collection of documentaries that show a range of perspectives, untold stories, and regional flavors. Click for more about this original program
Link Voices
Transmedia journalism exploring Southern California's arts and culture.Click for more about this original program
An original music series featuring performances and interviews from Southern California's top acts.Click for more about this original program
Artbound Presents Studio A
A new KCET original world music video series comprised solely of music from groundbreaking musicians from around the world.Click for more about this original program
Border Blaster
A unique series that reveals how walking is changing life in Los Angeles and other major cities throughout the U.S.Click for more about this original program
City Walk
KCET's hyper-local web documentary, community engagement tool, and digital literacy program about the cultural history of Los Angeles' neighborhoods.Click for more about this original program
An environmental news magazine that features investigative reports and in-depth stories about our changing environment and how it affects people around the world.Click for more about this original program
Earth Focus
Presenting some of the finest documentary, comedic, dramatic, and animated shorts by students from renowned film schools across California.Click for more about this original program
Fine Cut
KCET's weekly news magazine investigates and reports on the issues that affect Southern California, from the economy to the environment. Click for more about this original program
SoCal Connected
KCET Initiatives

Community Projects

Urban Farms
KCET is working with community partners on a multiplatform project -- on-air and online -- that asks, can an urban farm be a catalyst for improving a community's health?

Community Events

Cinema Series
An eclectic series of screenings, discussions, and Q&As with actors, directors, and producers, presented by KCET.

Community Projects

#KCET50 Kiosk
KCET is visiting SoCal communities with a kiosk encouraging residents to become an active part of our 50th anniversary celebration by telling us how they envision a better California.
Food Guide
Iconic Neighborhood Restaurants: Palms, Mar Vista, and Rancho Park

These sleepy Westside neighborhoods are filled with restaurants that reflect what the food landscape in our city has become known for: deliciousness, convenience, and diversity.

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