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For nearly four decades, John Coykendall’s passion has been preserving the farm heritage – the seeds and stories - of a small, farming culture in Southeastern Louisiana and this work is the subject of a new documentary from Louisiana Public Broadcasting.  

This documentary is nominated for two 2017 Suncoast Emmy Awards and is being nationally distributed by American Public Television. Contact your local PBS station for broadcast information.


The Atchafalaya is a mysterious land, as much underwater as above. Its lush environment is home to alligators, egrets, black bears – and for a time two people who yearned for a simple, natural life. Atchafalaya Houseboat shares the experiences of Gwen Roland and her companion Calvin Voisin, who left civilization in the turmoil of the early 1970s for the unspoiled beauty of the nation’s largest river swamp, Louisiana’s Atchafalaya Basin.

Louisiana Public Square is LPB’s monthly public affairs program. It provides citizens a forum to voice their opinions and concerns about issues affecting Louisiana to leading experts and key decision makers. 

Louisiana: The State We’re In, Louisiana's only statewide news magazine and one of the longest running television programs in the nation, is in its 42nd season on the air.

Art Rocks! is LPB’s weekly series, hosted by James Fox-Smith, publisher of Country Roads Magazine that explores the broad spectrum of art! 

Newsmakers features news and speakers from the state's capitol.

The meetings of the Baton Rouge Press Club are brought to you as a service of LPB!

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Tonight

Antiques Roadshow
7:00 pm on LPB
"Meadow Brook Hall, Hour Three" - Magnificent Michigan treasures shine at Meadow Brook Hall, including a Civil War presentation sword and portrait; Danny Lyon Civil Rights posters; and a copy of "The First Men in the Moon" signed by Neil Armstrong. More Info
Antiques Roadshow
8:00 pm on LPB
"Chicago, Hour Three" - Learn the fascinating stories of treasures found in Chicago, including a group of Ayn Rand inscribed books, an Edward Borein watercolor, ca. 1930, and a 1931 Carnegie hero medal. But which is the episode's top find? Also: a trip to Crab Tree Farm. More Info
New Tricks
9:00 pm on LPB
"Deep Swimming" - Investigating the death of the terrorist father of a city lawyer, the UCOS team stumbles upon a dangerous, high-powered police cover-up. More Info
Shetland
10:00 pm on LPB
Tosh heads to Norway to track down the mysterious Andreas Hagan, where she meets detective Lars Bleymann, who takes an instant shine to her. More Info

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