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Made Here
Thursdays, 8-10 p.m.

Made Here brings you the important thoughts, ideas, and issues of our region. Films made by, and about your neighbors.

Premieres and repeats broadcast on our main TV channel Thursdays 8-10 p.m. Past episodes also air on our Plus channel. Select "Made Here" in our TV schedule for all current episodes. Or watch all available episodes on demand. Episode availability dependent on license agreements with our partner producers.

Season 16 brings new premieres every Thursday at 8 p.m. this fall!

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Fred and Emile
November 3

A touching short film about a Massachusetts based gay couple in their eighties, who were the first to announce their marriage publicly in the Lowell Sun. Duration: 0:24 | Schedule info


I Come from Away: An Immigrant In Maine
November 10

An intimate look inside the immigrant community in Portland, Maine as told by Nyamuon Nguany Machar who arrived as a refugee in 1995 and David Zwalita Mota who came as an asylum seeker in 2019. Duration: 0:57 | Schedule info


Turkey Town
November 17

The Massachusetts wild turkey population has exploded to the point where they are encroaching on urban areas, resulting in delight and amusement for some, exasperation, and fear from others. This short doc examines the roll these wild animals play in our modern lives, and asks the question: can we coexist peacefully? Duration: 0:30 | Schedule info


Surviving New England's Great Dying
November 17 (8:30 pm)

It's been more than 400 years since the first Thanksgiving. And there is a lot we are learning about that time. Just prior to the Pilgrim's arrival, a plague decimated New England's coastal Native American population, altering the course of colonialism. This Emmy winning story from NHPBS shows how tribal leaders are learning from the past as they deal with the effects of today's pandemic. Duration: 0:29 | Schedule info


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