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  • CUTLINE is Connecticut Public’s monthly deep dive into current issues, ideas, and events that are most on our minds in Connecticut. From the serious to the sublime, CUTLINE convenes the state’s leading experts, activists, journalists, and thinkers around thoughtful discussions you'll want to share that affect our families, workplaces and communities.
  • Re:source:ful, Growing Sustainable Communities features stories from across our state where people have used grassroots efforts to solve unique local challenges. They’re bringing fellow residents together, and injecting greater resilience and vibrancy to their communities.
  • Take a front-row seat to artistic expression with your host Ray Hardman as he tours the state’s artists, cultural groups and arts-related businesses throughout Connecticut. Each episode will profile two artists -- anyone from a sculptor at work in their studio to a group of singers bringing colonial tunes to life. Go explore with Ray as he introduces you to the artists’ history, influences and motivations that lead them to create.
  • A new, original documentary from Connecticut Public, Fake: Searching for Truth in the Age of Misinformation, takes on this topic, just in time for the 2020 election season. Viewers will learn how and why misinformation spreads, and how to be a smarter information consumer in our increasingly digital world.
  • The fatal police shooting of Anthony Jose “Chulo” Vega Cruz after a traffic stop in Wethersfield is examined in Collision Course, a half-hour TV documentary that kicked off Connecticut Public’s investigative journalism project.
  • Common Ground with Jane Whitney is a new series that features deep-dive conversations with the nation’s leading thinkers, leaders and experts around the nation’s most important issues.
  • Welcome to the sights, scents, and signature signs of a New England springtime with gardening expert and author Charlie Nardozzi, host of Connecticut Public Radio’s Connecticut Garden Journal.
  • Music can be a powerful force for change. Songs and lyrics can touch people where words cannot. It can be spiritual, break down barriers and connect us. Music as a form of protest has been renewed during this time of national uprising against systemic racism and the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement. Raised Voices highlights local Connecticut musicians, and talks with them about music's role in driving social change.
  • The Kate, is a national public television performance series featuring bold performers with something to say. Paying homage to the series muse and namesake, The Kate, evokes the high-spirited charisma and iconoclastic essence of Hepburn by featuring a dynamic lineup of artists.