New programs and topic-centric schedules are coming to NHPBS


DURHAM, NH (August 30, 2022) – As we shift the calendar from summer to fall, routines around work, school, hobbies and activities tend to follow a steady pace. New Hampshire PBS offers new programs and new programming schedules, designed to better meet the needs, interests and lifestyles of viewers.

NHPBS is available on five major broadcast channels: NHPBS, EXPLORE, WORLD, CREATE and PBS KIDS; programming is also broadcast on and via PBS Kids. Starting in September, new programming blocks will reflect popular and specific viewer interests.

“Public television viewers are always on the lookout for inspiration, quality entertainment, and reliable information,” says Dawn DeAngelis, vice president and chief content officer at New Hampshire PBS. “We also know that viewers are busier than ever and their time is valuable. Through new themed programming, we hope to meet viewers on their own terms by highlighting the types of topics that interest them and programming them in blocks; this way, information is easier to find and plan for as part of their regular viewing experiences. »

New Hampshire PBS viewers can expect new viewing options on the following channels:


Saturday nights offer a chance to explore other cultures, through quintessentially British comedy and a new Spanish offering:

Saturdays from September 3 at 8 p.m.

Britain’s wit and slapstick are on display through the adventures of a fictional British theater company in THE SHOW IS GOING BAD. The 30-minute comedy is based on the award-winning play ‘The Play That Goes Wrong’. The acclaimed members Mischief Theater company – a real British troupe who are “serious about being stupid” – play members of a fictional company, the Cornley Drama Society. New Hampshire PBS airs this British gem as the exclusive New England public television carrier.

Saturdays at 8:30 p.m., from September 3

Follow the stories of a Northern Irish town, its people and its local police service in this British crime series. The show first aired BBC One from Northern Ireland and featured an ensemble cast drawn almost exclusively from the region of Northern Ireland where the series was filmed.

Saturdays at 10:30 p.m., from September 17

THE OTRA MIRADA is the first Spanish-language program (with English subtitles) to air on New Hampshire PBS. Viewers can tune in to follow the dramatic stories of brave young women in Seville, Spain, in the 1920s. The program – set at an academy for young girls – explores feminist themes as women find their voices and their ways.


The NHPBS EXPLORE channel will now feature adult themed programming, with a different theme each day of the week.

  • Viewers can start their week with a focus on arts and music on Monday, including AUSTIN CITY LIMITS and DAVID HOLT’S STATE OF MUSIC.
  • On Tuesdays, independent news and programs will be presented, including INDEPENDENT LENS, FRONTLINE and POV.
  • Wednesdays will be devoted to history and great stories with FINDING YOUR ROOTS, THE AMERICAN MASTERS and STORIES FROM THE SCENE.
  • Science and nature-related shows will air on Thursdays, including WONDERS OF MEXICO, NOVA and EARLY CIVILIZATIONS.
  • Kick off your viewing weekend on Friday with gripping dramas including AGATHA CHRISTIE’S: POIROT, MIDSOMER MURDERS, DEATH IN PARADISE and THE INDIAN DOCTOR.


With the NHPBS EXPLORE channel now the main avenue for adult-targeted fare, children’s programming has found a new home. Parents, teachers and kids can find all the latest PBS Kids shows weekdays on NHPBS, anytime on PBS Kids 24/7 and streaming on and on the PBS Kids Video app.


Weekdays at noon

Make noon your usual check-in time for the latest world news. New Hampshire PBS will air AMANPOUR & Co. weekdays at noon on the WORLD Channel. The hour-long public affairs program features in-depth and varied conversations with global thought leaders and cultural influencers. Award-winning journalist Christiane Amanpour leads the conversation each day from London, joined by contributors from New York: author, journalist and history teacher Walter Isaacson, and public media reporters Michel Martin, ALL weekend host THINGS CONSIDERED.


Looking for a new binge watch? The NHPBS CREATE channel will broadcast two marathons in September:

Sunday September 11 – from noon

Travel the world, one dance at a time. Emmy® Award-winning entertainer Mickela Mallozzi is a professional dancer who discovers different countries and cultures through the universal art of dance. From jigging in Ireland to tango in Argentina, Viennese waltzes and Gwo ka dances inspired by the big drum of Guadeloupe, spend your Sunday exploring the magic of movement with a marathon starting at noon.

Saturday September 24 – from 10:30 a.m.

Fixer-upper did you get into a funk? Too many household projects to undertake? Toolbox leaving you lost? Spend a Saturday finding inspiration and information from the trusted home improvement program, a staple on public television since 1979.

Viewers can see the full New Hampshire PBS programming schedule here.


NHPBS passport

Viewers can watch NHPBS favorites anytime, online and on their schedule via NHPBS Passport. Passport offers members extensive access to a comprehensive library of quality public television programming. Registration is simple three step process. Passport is available on most devices: Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, iPhone, iPad and Android.

NHPBS Passport members will be able to stream programs such as:

  • THE OTRA MIRADA (Another Point of View), Season 1 (Direct to Passport)

09/15/22: Bing the 13-episode season of this new Spanish-language drama on the same day as its first airing.


09/25/22: Binge the new 3-episode season starting the same day as the first aired.


10/16/22: Bing the 6-episode season of this drama the night it first aired.


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About New Hampshire PBS: “New Hampshire PBS inspires one million Granite Staters each month with engaging and reliable local and national programs and services on air, online, via mobile, in classrooms and in communities. Beyond its award-winning television programs, New Hampshire PBS is a leader in education and community engagement.