WFSU Television is a service of Florida State University and has been serving the communities in its coverage area, the state, and the nation by providing quality television programming since 1960 throughout its daily programming schedules.
As a member station of the Public Broadcasting Service, WFSU-TV produces local programs that enhance the rich, important, and award-winning programming that makes PBS one of the most trusted institutions in the United States and abroad. WFSU-TV serves communities from Destin to Madison and beyond with a quality schedule of children’s, arts and entertainment, science and environment, and news and information programming.
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WFSU's television coverage reaches as far east as Madison County and as far west as Walton County under WFSG-TV's broadcast signal. WFSU-TV also reaches parts of Georgia including Thomas, Grady, Decatur, and Seminole counties.Approximate Signal Map
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All programming provided by WFSU-TV complies with the closed captioning requirements published by the Federal Communications Commission as embodied in 47 C.F.R.§ 79.1, including regulations concerning closed captioning quality. Programming provided by WFSU-TV complies with these regulations by either: (i) satisfying the caption quality standards set forth in 47 C.F.R. § 79.1 (j) (2); (ii) adopting and following the “Video Programming Best Practices” set forth in 47 C.F.R.. § 79.1 (k) (1); or (iii) being subject to one or more of the captioning exemptions set forth in 47 C.F. R. § 79.1 (d), including programing for which the audio is in a language other than English or Spanish and that is not scripted programming that can be captioned using the “electronic news room” technique; interstitial material, promotional announcements, and public service announcements that are 10 minutes or less in duration; and/or programming that consists primarily of non-vocal music.
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n this episode of SECRETS OF GREAT BRITISH CASTLES, Dan Jones is in Scotland, at the most besieged castle in the country: Edinburgh Castle. Edinburgh's iconic stronghold has shaped this nation's history. Over the centuries, this ancient fortress, originally defended by Iron Age warriors, has seen battles and sieges. Royalty were born, lived and died here and many were tortured here. Edinburgh was, and still is, a military base. The castle served as a secure jail for prisoners of war and was a target for the world's first aerial bombing. Today, it is Scotland's most-visited, paid tourist attraction. Jones learns about the horrific incident that inspired the shocking 'Red Wedding' in Game of Thrones. In 1440, the teenage Earl of Douglas and his brother were murdered in cold blood at a dinner with nine-year-old James II, in David's Tower. This grotesque double murder is now known as 'The Black Dinner.' It's one of the most notorious events in all of Scottish history. Jones also meets a cannon expert who tells him about James II love of canons, in particular Mons Meg. Dan fires a cannonball at a disused van to see how much damage a cannon can really do.
Follow participants as they move into an 1860s tenement made up of sparse rooms, a shared water pump and outdoor privies. They seek to make a living by matchbox making, wood turning and the rag trade, work once done by their impoverished forebears.
The camera eyes of 13 ingenious Spy Creatures, including Spy Dolphin, Spy Nautilus and Spy Turtle, capture the dolphins' "superpod" behavior never filmed before. Infiltrate the social world of dolphins from strange gatherings to gang rivalries.