A new film takes an irreverent look at the Electoral College. We talk with the co-producer of Electoral Dysfunction.
Olympic hero Jesse Owens is profiled in a new PBS documentary premiering Tuesday night on WTTW11. We talk with two of Jesse Owens' daughters about his remarkable life.
Young poets and storytellers compete this week at the Louder Than a Bomb festival. We talk to the co-founder of the fest and one of its stars.
Chicago Tonight presents a 30-minute special after Frontline: The Interrupters airs on our station tonight. Join us at 10:00 pm for a series of three panel discussions moderated by Carol Marin and Phil Ponce, and produced by Emmy winner Jay Shefsky.
It's a big year for Chicago's Joffrey Ballet. We hear all about it from the artistic director, and a visiting guest from the Royal Ballet in London.
Chicago architect Jeanne Gang recently won a MacArthur Genius grant. Gang is the subject of a new, in-depth profile airing nationally on PBS: Jeanne Gang: The Sky's the Limit.
Documentary on Tourette Syndrome
A new documentary that will air here on Channel 11 showcases a Highland Park High School senior with Tourette Syndrome. We hear from that young man who's become an inspirational youth ambassador for a disorder that's often misunderstood.