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PCN Select - PIAA Baseball Championships

PIAA 1A Baseball Championship
PIAA 2A Baseball Championship
PIAA 3A Baseball Championship
PIAA 4A Baseball Championship
PIAA 5A Baseball Championship
PIAA 6A Baseball Championship

PCN Select - PIAA Softball Championships

PIAA 1A Softball Championship
PIAA 2A Softball Championship
PIAA 3A Softball Championship
PIAA 4A Softball Championship
PIAA 5A Softball Championship
PIAA 6A Softball Championship

PCN Select - PIAA Boys Volleyball Championships

PIAA Boys 2A Volleyball Championship
PIAA Boys 3A Volleyball Championship

PCN Select - PIAA Lacrosse Championships

PIAA Boys 2A Lacrosse Championship
PIAA Boys 3A Lacrosse Championship
PIAA Girls 2A Lacrosse Championship
PIAA Girls 3A Lacrosse Championship

PCN Select - PIAA Track and Field Championships

PIAA Track and Field Championships Part 1 of 4
PIAA Track and Field Championships Part 2 of 4
PIAA Track and Field Championships Part 3 of 4
PIAA Track and Field Championships Part 4 of 4

PCN Sports - Rugby

Rugby PA Boys Single School Division 1 Championship
Rugby PA Girls Division 1 Championship

PCN Select - Voices of Veterans

Voices of Veterans Marathon on May 27th
James Chavis, Lt. Commander in the U.S. Navy, Mechanicsburg
Rick Kiernan, Colonel in the U.S. Army, Warminster
Doug O'Dell, Major General in the U.S. Marines, LaPorte
Charles Reddig, U.S. Army Air Corps, Ephrata

Voices of Veterans, Wall That Heals featuring Vietnam Veterans

Voices of Veterans Marathon on May 27th
Jack Adams, U.S. Army, Pottstown
Howard Armour, U.S. Army, Latrobe
Audrey Bergstressor, U.S. Army, Harrisburg
Ron Castille, U.S. Marines, Philadelphia
Bob Chavous, U.S. Army Lititz
Bruce Deisinger, U.S. Army, Smoketown
Dickinson DeVett, U.S Navy, Millmont
Marsha Four, U.S. Army, Philadelphia
Mike Gagnon, U.S. Navy, Camp Hill
Ralph Galati, U.S. Air Force, Wallinford
Chuck Gregg, Harrisburg, U.S. Army
Chuck Hamilton, U.S. Marines, Alburtis
Floyd Hauth, U.S. Air Force, Osceola Mills
Robert Jackson, U.S. Army, Harrisburg
Joe Kennick, U.S. Marines, Rockwood
Bob Lauver, U.S. Army, Selinsgrove
Bob McMahon, U.S. Army, Media
Michael Moynihan, U.S. Army, East Stroudsburg
Bob Ruble, U.S. Navy, Millersville
Vincent Tedesco, U.S. Army, State College
Jim Ulmer, U.S. Air Force, Clifton Heights
Jack Wagner, U.S. Marines, Pittsburgh

Battlefield PA

Host Brady Crytzer takes Battlefield Pennsylvania viewers back in time to explore Pennsylvania's role in the history of the United States through the eyes of historians and authors.

Allegheny Arsenal Explosion
Battle of Carlisle
Battle of Jumonville Glen
Battle of Kittanning
Battle of the Monongahela
The Conestoga Massacre
The Homestead Steel Strike
Whiskey Rebellion

It's History

Explore museums, historical sites and cultural events in guided tours through the preservation efforts of local historical societies and the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.

Antique Ice Tool Museum
Appalachian Trail Museum
Castle Halloween Museum
Daniel Boone Homestead
Eldred World War II Museum
The Maridon Museum
Museum of the American Revolution
National Museum of Industrial History
Quantum Communications Political Memorabilia Collection
Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum

PA Historic Courthouses

The County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania (CCAP) and PCN present a special series that features the history, architecture, and stories from some of Pennsylvania's most beautiful landmarks, our county courthouses.

Pennsylvania's Historic Courthouses
Adams County
Forest County
Juniata County
Lycoming County
Monroe County
Potter County
Somerset County
Venango County

PCN Tours

From museums to manufacturing, PCN Tours takes you behind the scenes to learn more about what makes the Commonwealth a great place to live and work.

GK Elite Sportswear
Great Coasters International
Hershey Violins
Pioneer Pole Buildings
Pulakos Chocolates
RGM Watches
Shade Mountain Naturals
Strong Spas
Sunrise Soap Company

PA Books - 18 Favorites

To celebrate the contribution to preserving Pennsylvania's history and culture by PA Books, the 18 favorite episodes, including the 800th one, will be available for FREE until the end of March. These 18 PA Books interviews were selected to tell the story of the state through a wide range of topics and guests.

Africans in New Sweden
Andrew Wyeth: In Retrospect
As American as Shoofly Pie
Buchanan Dying
The Confederate Approach on Harrisburg
Fire on the Mountain: An American Odyssey
General Ike
Marley and Me
Martin Guitar Masterpieces
Mistaken Identity
Mob Files
Pennsylvania Scrapple
I Walked With Giants

PA Books - Celebrating 800 Episodes

PA Books features interviews with authors of books about Pennsylvania-related topics.

PA Books Promotion
Road to Rust: The Disintegration of the Steel Industry in Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio
The Loyal Son: The War in Ben Franklin's House
Clowns to the Left of Me, Jokers to the Right: American Life in Columns
Young Washington: How Wilderness & War Forged America's Founding Father
Powwowing in Pennsylvania
Maine Roads to Gettysburg
Pennsylvania Farming: A History in Landscapes
Hinsonville’s Heroes: Black Civil War Soldiers in Chester County, PA
Looking Up: From the ABA to the NBA, the WNBA to the NCAA
Prohibition Pittsburgh

Keystone Cuisine

Pennsylvania is home to thousands of restaurants, each boasting unique dishes, chefs, culture, and history. Keystone Cuisine explores the best of the state's eateries.

Alfred's Victorian
City Tavern
Depot at Doolittle's
Harry’s the Neighborhood Place
The Ligonier Tavern
Shady Maple Smorgasbord
The Vault
Victor Cafe
Voodoo Brewery

PCN Profiles

PCN Profiles highlights notable Pennsylvanians from all industries through personal interviews.

Angelo Ciotti
Stephen Clark
Tom Corbett
Matthew Harris
Graham Hetrick
Jimmy Jones
Jerry Lee
BethAnn Telford
Curtis Vreeland
Chet Williamson

Exploring Pennsylvania Boroughs

PCN and the Pennsylvania State Association of Boroughs (PSAB) present this series highlighting the industry and culture our borough communities contribute to the commonwealth.

Exploring PA Boroughs Promo
Exploring Pennsylvania Boroughs: Chambersburg
Exploring Pennsylvania Boroughs: Emmaus
Exploring Pennsylvania Boroughs: Indiana
Exploring Pennsylvania Boroughs: Mechanicsburg
Exploring Pennsylvania Boroughs: Mount Joy
Exploring Pennsylvania Boroughs: Quakertown
Exploring Pennsylvania Boroughs: Sharpsburg
Exploring Pennsylvania Boroughs: Somerset
Exploring Pennsylvania Boroughs: Tamaqua

Focus on Aging Adults

PCN and Pennsylvania AARP bring you a monthly series of programs centered on issues important to our aging adult community.

Focus on Aging Adults Promotion
Focus on Aging Adults Funding for Older Adult Services 05/16/18
Focus on Aging Adults: Utility Costs for Consumers 04/17/18
Focus on Aging Adults: IRS Tax Scams and Financial Spring Cleaning 03/21/18
Focus on Aging Adults: Direct Care Workers and Home Care 02/13/18
Focus on Aging Adults: Community HealthChoices Program 01/16/18
Focus on Aging Adults: Holiday Scams 12/11/17
Focus on Aging Adults: PA Lottery 11/14/17
Focus on Aging Adults: Medicare Open Enrollment 10/10/17
Focus on Aging Adults: Emergency Preparedness for Older Adults 09/20/17
Focus on Aging Adults: Health Care 06/14/17

On The Issues

On The Issues is a thirty minutes long, one-on-one interview with lawmakers and others who influence public policy.

On the Issues Promotion
On the Issues: PA Budget with Senate Minority Leader Jay Costa
On the Issues: PA Budget with Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman
On the Issues with House Appropriations Minority Chair Joe Markosek
On the Issues: State Funding for Private Schools
On the Issues: PA Hospitals Fee Increase

PCN Call-In

PCN's Call-In Program is an hour-long interactive show allowing PCN viewers to speak directly with government officials, newsmakers and other knowledgeable parties on current Commonwealth issues.

Call In Promotion
Call-In Wednesday; PA Budget, Crawford, Smith, 06/13/19
Call In Tuesday: Redistricting, 06/12/18
Call In Monday: PA Voting System, 06/11/18

Recently Added

The 147th New York Infantry Mini
Attack and Defense of Oak Ridge
Benning's Brigade
Children's Educational Programs Mini
Civil War Letters
Confederate Attack on Blocher's Knoll & the Union Right
The David Wills House Mini
General Meredith's Iron Brigade
The Gettysburg Collection Mini
Interaction Family Battlewalks Mini
Joseph Davis' Brigade Mini
Joshua Chamberlain: Hero or Braggart?
Lee's Retreat Through Monterey Pass
McPherson's Ridge
Ranger Battlewalk Preparation Mini
River Operations in the Western Theater in 1862
Why William Oates Lost at Little Round Top

Day 1: July 1, 1863

Guided tours focused on events on the first day of the battle, led by Gettysburg National Military Park Rangers and historians.

6th Wisconsin at the Railroad Cut
The 16th Maine Infantry
26th North Carolina vs 24th Michigan
The 147th New York Infantry Mini
147th New York Infantry & 2nd Maine Battery
The 157th New York Infantry
The Battle Begins
Battle of Barlow's Knoll
The Battle of Gettysburg, Day 1
Brig. Gen. Buford's Cavalry Division
Brigadier General William's Division
The Bucktail Brigade
Cemetery Hill
Civilians Caught in the Crossfire
Collapse of The 11th Corps
Daniel's North Carolina Brigade
Defending Emmitsburg Road
Defense of Cemetery Hill
Defense of McPherson's Ridge
DeTrobriand's Brigade
The Emmanuel Harman Farm
The First Shots
Geary and Sickles on Little Round Top
Gen. Lee's Approach from Cashtown
These Honored Dead
Joseph Davis' Brigade Mini
Junius Daniel's Brigade
Krzyzanowski's Brigade
Lee and the Confederate High Command
Oak Ridge
The Peach Orchard
Perrin's South Carolina Brigade
Retreat to Cemetery Hill
Reynold's Plan For the Army of the Potomac
Robert E. Lee: The General and His Decisions
Union 11th Corps, The
Union Retreat Through Town
The Wheatfield
The Wounded and the Dead

Day 2: July 2, 1863

Guided tours focused on events on the second day of the battle, led by Gettysburg National Military Park Rangers and historians.

The 105th Pennsylvania
137th New York Regiment
Barksdale's Mississippi Brigade
Barksdale's Mississippians Take the Peach Orchard
The Battle for Little Round Top
The Cannonade
Cemetery Hill
The Codori Farm
Colonel Willard vs. General Barksdale
Company K, 1st Pennsylvania Reserves
Culp's Hill: Then and Now
Custer's Wolverines and Cobb's Legion
Devil's Den and Little Round Top
Disaster in Spangler Meadow
Early's Division
East Cemetery Hill
The Fight for Little Round Top
General Meade's Council of War
Gun Fight at the Peach Orchard
High Water Mark
Hood's Division
The Irish Brigade
Kershaw's Brigade
Lee and Longstreet At Odds
Lee and Meade Plan for Battle
Longstreet Prepares to Attack
Lt. General Longstreet: Culprit or Scapegoat?
Major General Hancock's Leadership
Meade's Left Flank
Myths Memories & Maryrs
The Rose Farm
Semmes' Georgia Brigade
Sickles' Line Under Attack
Skirmish in Pitzer Woods
The United States Regulars Unit
Valley of Death, The
The Valley of Death: Devil's Den and Little Round Top
Willard's New York Brigade

Day 3: July 3, 1863

Guided tours focused on events on the third day of the battle, led by Gettysburg National Military Park Rangers and historians.

2nd Massachusetts in Spanglers Meadow
137th New York & Culp's Hill
After Pickett's Charge
Alexander Hays and the Bliss Farm
Attack and Repulse of Longstreet's Assault: Armistead's Brigade
Attack and Repulse of Longstreet's Assault: Garnett's Brigade
Attack and Repulse of Longstreet's Assault: Union Response to Longstreet's Assault
Battle for Culp's Hill
Big Round Top
The Bliss Farm
Brigadier General George Custer's Brigade
The Cannonade
Cemetery Ridge: A Visual History
Confederate Cannonade Examined
Culp's Hill
Culp's Hill Mini
East Cavalry Field
General Meade After Pickett's Charge
General Winfield Scott Hancock
McAllister Ridge at Pre-dawn
Meade's Intentions Revisited
Pickett's Charge
Pickett's Charge & African American History
Pickett's Charge: Who Were the Men That Made Pickett's Charge?
Pickett's Charge: The Union Response
Pickett's Charge: Kemper's Brigade
Pickett's Charge: Trimble's Division
Pickett's Charge: Union Defense
Pickett's Charge: Union Defense
Pickett's Charge: Was There a Second Wave?
Steuart's Brigade
West Cavalry Field

Gettysburg: Before and After

Analysis of the events preceding the battle and its aftermath, led by Gettysburg National Military Park Rangers and historians.

Brian Farm: The Civilians
Burial of the Unknown Soldier
Children's Educational Programs Mini
Culp's Hill: Then and Now
The David Wills House Mini
Gettysburg National Cemetery
Gettysburg: Aftermath in 4D
The Gettysburg Collection Mini
The Great Reunion of 1913
Interaction Family Battlewalks Mini
Jackson's Flank Attack
Life of a Gettysburg Solder, Children's Program
McPherson's Ridge: A Visual History
PA Civil War Flag Returns From The Smithsonian
Prospect Hill
Ranger Battlewalk Preparation Mini
The Sunken Road
Sunset at Cemetery Ridge
The Wounding of Stonewall Jackson

PA Books: Gettysburg

PA Books interviews authors on books analyzing important moments and figures in the Battle of Gettysburg.

The 48th Pennsylvania in the Battle of the Crater
Camp William Penn
The Civil War in Pennsylvania
Civil War Voices from York County, PA
The Complete Gettysburg Guide
The Confederate Approach on Harrisburg
Damn Dutch
The Devil's to Pay: John Buford at Gettysburg
A Field Guide to Gettysburg
The Gettysburg Cyclorama
The Gettysburg Gospel
Gettysburg: The First Day
Philadelphia and the Civil War
Gettysburg: Day Three
Gettysburg: The Last Invasion
Gettysburg's Forgotten Cavalry Actions
Hallowed Ground
Lee's Real Plan at Gettysburg
Lost Triumph: Lee's Real Plan at Gettysburg and Why it Failed
Maps of Gettysburg
Pickett's Charge in History and Memory
Pickett's Charge: Was There a Second Wave?
Roads to Gettysburg: Lee's Invasion of the North, 1863
Searching for George Gordon Meade
Second Day at Gettysburg
Sickles at Gettysburg
Spies Scouts and Secrets in the Gettysburg Campaign
Year of Desperate Struggle


Lincoln's Journey to Gettysburg
The Maryland Campaign of 1862
Medical History of Joshua Chamberlain and Stonewall Jackson
President Abraham Lincoln
Mississippians at Gettysburg
Retreat From Gettysburg
Scott Hartwig
Women of Gettysburg
Mississippians at Gettysburg
Atlanta, 1864: The Campaign That Re-elected Lincoln
Abraham Lincoln and American Slavery
Anatomy of the Lost Cause
Battle Cry of Freedom
Black Americans and the End of Slavery
Civil War Wounds
The Confederacy at Sea: Raphael Semmes and the CSS Alabama
Confederate Tide Rising
The Emergence of Ulysses S. Grant
The Emmanuel Harman Farm
Exploring Iconic Photographs of the Civil War
The Fates of Gettysburg
Flags of the United States and the Confederate States
George Meade in 1864
Gods and Generals: Photographic Companion
Grant and Lee 1864: Masters of War
Grant and Lee: the Generals Nobody Knows
The Great Reunion of 1913
The Joshua Chamberlain You Didn't Know
Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain Repeats Appomattox
Lee and His Army From the Seven Days to Gettysburg
Lee and His Generals in War and Memory
Lee's Real Plan at Gettysburg
Lincoln's Journey to Gettysburg
The Maryland Campaign of 1862
Medical History of Joshua Chamberlain and Stonewall Jackson
Retreat From Gettysburg
The One-Armed Devil, Phil Kearny
Roads to Gettysburg
Treasures from the National Civil War Museum from 1864
Union Soldier of 1863
A War That Could Not End at Appomattox
Women of Gettysburg

PCN Profiles

Gary Casteel
Dale Gallon
James Getty
Scott Hartwig