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Christina Zeiders

Christina Zeiders
Christina Zeiders is the Communications Specialist at WITF. She helps get the word out about all of WITF's programs, events and community conversations.

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Meet Our Next Two Chefs from “The Great American Recipe”

Robin developed a cooking style that combines Mediterranean and Middle Eastern influences with the regional cuisine of her home state of Maryland. Brian prides himself on his rustic home cooking infused with his Hungarian and German heritage.

By Christina Zeiders

“Concert for George” Honors George Harrison with an All-Star Lineup

“Concert for George” expresses the love and admiration this group of artists had for the legendary Beatle. Watch the concert on WITF TV Friday, June 3 at 9pm or Saturday, June 4 at 1pm. Stream WITF live from the PBS Video app or video.witf.org.

By Christina Zeiders

NOVA: Touching the Asteroid

NASA spacecraft OSIRIS-REx reached out and grabbed a piece of an asteroid named Bennu to bring it back to Earth. NOVA’s “Touching the Asteroid” follows the high-stakes mission. Watch Wednesday, June 1 at 9pm on WITF TV, the PBS Video app, or witf.org/watch.

By Christina Zeiders

National Memorial Day Concert: An American Tradition

The National Memorial Day Concert honors those currently serving, those who served, their families, and all those who have given their lives for our country. Watch live on WITF TV or the PBS Video app Sunday, May 29 at 8:00pm, with a replay at 9:30pm.

By Christina Zeiders

Meet Two Chefs from “The Great American Recipe”

Irma Cádiz specializes in Latin-inspired cocktails; Bambi Daniels makes Southern “Heart & Soul” food
By Christina Zeiders

Great Performances: Keeping Company with Sondheim

“Great Performances: Keeping Company with Sondheim” charts the path of Tony-winning director Marianne Elliot’s creative process in bringing a gender-swapped production of Sondheim and Furth’s musical, “Company,” to Broadway.

By Christina Zeiders


NOVA’s “Ice Age Footprints” Uncovers Ancient Human Footprints

Footprints found in White Sands, New Mexico could be the earliest evidence of humans ever found in North America
By Christina Zeiders

Frankie Drake Mysteries: Dealer’s Choice

Frankie and Trudy take on a risky case and one is accused of murder
By Christina Zeiders

Lionel Richie Receives 2022 Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song

This month, the Library of Congress presented the singer-songwriter with the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song. Lionel Richie’s unforgettable work has shown us that, even when we face problems and disagree on issues, songs can show us what we have in common.

By Christina Zeiders
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