PBS Fort Wayne creates, produces and broadcasts four live shows from our studio in Fort Wayne weeknights (Monday-Matters of the Mind, Tuesday-HealthLine; Wednesday-Life Ahead; Friday-Primetime39).

“arts IN focus” which airs Thursday nights at 7:30pm on 39.1, is pre-produced on-location and in the studio as a weekly arts magazine show.

The other programs are broadcast live, featuring professional hosts and special guests from around the region while offering you a chance to call-in with your questions on a variety of topics and interests.

PBS Fort Wayne is proud of our award winning productions, and we could not do it without the support of viewers just like you. Thank you for making this all possible.

Matters Of The Mind

Hosted by Dr. Jay Fawver, discussing mental health issues Mondays at 7:30pm.
LOCAL WEEKLY SERIES

HealthLine

HealthLine is on Tuesdays at 7:30pm, featuring local professionals and experts to discuss a variety of health related topics and take your questions.

LOCAL WEEKLY SERIES

LIFE Ahead

LIFE Ahead is on Wednesdays at 7:30pm, hosted by veteran broadcaster Sandy Thomson. This program covers subjects such as elder law, hospice care, home decorating, financial planning and more.

LOCAL WEEKLY SERIES

arts IN focus

The arts are all around us! Join host Emilie Henry each week for stories and discoveries from our region’s vibrant and growing arts scene.

LOCAL WEEKLY SERIES

PrimeTime

This area’s only in-depth, live, weekly news, analysis and cultural update forum, PrimeTime, airs Fridays at 7:30pm. During the Indiana Legislative Session, PrimeTime features local legislators engaged in live discussions about the status of laws, policies, taxation and more.

LOCAL WEEKLY SERIES

Electric Legacy: The Story of General Electric in Fort Wayne

Electric Legacy will take you on a journey through 140 years of Fort Wayne history and beyond. It connects you to people, places, and events in local and American history, and the impact all of these factors have had – and continue to have on the economy and culture of northeast Indiana.

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