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Rick Steves Art of Europe

Rick Steves Art of Europe weaves Europe’s greatest masterpieces into an entertaining and inspiring story.

By Christina Zeiders

Rick Steves’ European Christmas

Christmas in Europe is a fascinating mix of Christian and pre-Christian traditions – yule logs and mistletoe, shepherd’s bonfires and fondue, monastic chants, and a Christmas yodel.

By Christina Zeiders

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Rivers of Life Explores Europe’s Mighty Danube

Europe’s majestic Danube River is full of riches and magical surprises.

By Christina Zeiders

Europe Awaits

Rick Steves shares vivid and unforgettable visits to European favorites–off-beat, romantic, or just good for the soul– that he’d love to visit when we can travel again.

By Fred Vigeant/WITF


Rise of the Nazis

See how Adolf Hitler and the Nazis rise to power. In 1930, Germany is a liberal democracy. Just four years later, democracy is dead, Germany’s leader is a dictator and the government is in the hands of the Nazis. The three-part series begins November 10 at 9:00pm on WITF.

By Fred Vigeant/WITF

What can be saved? Dams threaten wild river

Some tout hydropower as a reliable, cheap and renewable energy source. But others say the benefits of hydropower are overstated and outweighed by the harm dams can do. Such barriers block the paths of fish trying to migrate upstream to spawn.

By The Associated Press
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