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  • BritCom Club

    This special club is only available to current Friends of IPTV members who donate $35 or more a year. For an additional gift of $25 a year, club members receive the knowledge that their added support is going directly to keep British comedies on the IPTV schedule and The Insider, a quarterly newsletter with details on what's happening on British programs, fascinating celebrity interviews, and the "inside" scoop on all things British. The site provides a listing of Britcoms airing on IPTV, synopsis of their favorite shows and details about upcoming events with Britcom stars.

  • Classroom Connection

    IPTV's Classroom Connection site is an educational service to help teachers work in this new environment making it easier for educators to find and use high quality, innovative resources and gain access to timely, relevant news on the current trends in education.

  • College Wrestling

    Join announcers Tim Johnson and Dan Gable for all the action. December - February.

  • Dan's Reading Road Trip (Blog)

    Join Dan Wardell as he travels to 53 Iowa libraries this summer during the Reading Road Trip. This map and blog will help you track all of his adventures.

  • Explore More

    Explore More is a balanced multimedia resource for middle school students to unravel issues and make informed decisions. Using videos, Web sites, and videoconferencing (ICN) events students investigate Genetic Engineering, Water Quality, Working Landscapes, and The Future of Energy.

  • Friends of Iowa Public Television

    Friends of Iowa Public Television is committed to the development, growth and support of IPTV through the building of a strong statewide membership base. Because 70,000 families across Iowa and its bordering states contribute to Friends, Iowa Public Television programming continues to educate, enlighten and entertain. The site provides viewers with ways to support their favorite programs through a variety of methods including membership, major gifts, planned giving, corporate support and volunteerism.

  • Iowa Distance Learning Database

    Access information about distance learning opportunities in the state of Iowa for both K-12 and higher education.

  • Iowa Ingredient

    Iowa Ingredient is a new Iowa Public Television series designed to showcase Iowa foods, farmers, and chefs as they explore ingredients with an Iowa flavor. Each episode features a single Iowa ingredient, like eggplant, spinach, cherries, or wine. Viewers will learn where the food is grown in Iowa, learn more about someone who grows it, and see how to use the ingredient in unique and delicious recipes. An Iowa chef will be profiled before helping us make a delectable dish or two in the Iowa Ingredient kitchen.

  • The Iowa Journal

    The Iowa Journal is a regular in-depth look at the issues that impact Iowans. The series analyzes various issues and events that are in the news from an Iowa perspective. Topics include a look at Iowa's small business successes, pioneers in the local food movement, and how the national debate on health care affects you.

  • Iowa Outdoors

    Iowa Outdoors is a new series produced by Iowa Public Television in partnership with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources that highlights outdoor recreation, environmental issues, conservation initiatives, and Iowa's outdoor natural resources.

  • Iowa Pathways

    Iowa Pathways is an online learning environment that challenges students to explore the people, places, events and ideas of Iowa in a whole new way. The Web site helps students choose topics that interest them as they examine relationships among Iowa concepts, past to present. Produced in partnership with the State Historical Society of Iowa and several other organizations, this project brings together vast resources into a valuable tool for Iowa's lifelong learners.

  • Iowa Press

    Iowa Press is a weekly (46 weeks) newsmaker program where one to two guests are invited to appear and respond to questions from statehouse reporters. Usually, the programs address issues that are important to the state of Iowa related to public affairs and politics.

  • Iowa State Fair

    Tune in nightly during the Fair for the day's highlights.

  • Iowa Stories

    Experience the stories of Iowans as captured by Iowa Public Television. Currently featuring More Than A Game: 6-On-6 Basketball In Iowa, which takes a look at the game and what it meant to the generations of girls who played it.

  • IowaLearns.org

    This Web site is a comprehensive list of distance learning opportunities available from participating Iowa colleges and universities. Everything from Web-based courses to courses offered over the state-wide fiber optic system are available. It's easy to use...just take a look!

  • Iowa's Simple Pleasures

    Hosted by Dan Kaercher, Iowa's Simple Pleasures is a new series produced by Iowa Public Television that highlights fun things for Iowans to do, see, and taste, right here at home.

  • IPTV Kids Clubhouse

    IPTV Kids Clubhouse is a safe place for kids to visit. Here, they'll find information on their favorite PBS Kids shows, see their own pictures in the Kids Art area, and play cool online games featuring their favorite characters.

  • K-12 Connections

    Opening up the world for Iowa's children, IPTV K-12 Connections provides unique educational opportunities to Iowa students and teachers via the video classrooms of the Iowa Communications Network (ICN). Over 75,000 students participate in IPTV K-12 Connections events every year.

  • Living in Iowa

    Meet the people and places which make Iowa unique.

  • Market to Market

    Market to Market is a weekly news report to the 56 million people who live in Rural America. The program covers issues affecting the rural economy, much of which is dominated by agriculture, but also involves other parts of the rural economy including taxes, environment, education, trade, transportation and communications infrastructure.

  • School to Careers

    A career exploration resource for grades 7-12 students and teachers, introduces students to the world of careers. Through videos, a Web site and interactive ICN events, students are introduced to the world of careers and become aware of connections between school and the world of work.

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