I Am Not Your Negro envisions the book James Baldwin never finished.
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Explore the rich culture and natural beauty which make our region such a special place to live, work, play and retire.
Explore our Agricultural Heritage & more, Mondays at 7 p.m. on WCTE.
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American Graduate: Let’s Make it Happen is WCTE's commitment to supporting community-based solutions to the dropout crisis.
WCTE's Ready to Learn initiative addresses school readiness in the Upper Cumberland
WCTE’s documentary series, part of American Graduate: Let’s Make It Happen, a public media initiative supported by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting to help local communities
What's going on at WCTE
Join Cindy Putman on WCTE’s Get Ready To Learn radio show as she shares the airwaves with two very special Putnam County School System students, Claire and Olivia from Capshaw Elementary. On this week’s show, they share all the great things happening at their school and during the LEAPs afterschool program. Christmas brings joy and delight when seen through the eyes of children.Read More
This week on WCTE’s Get Ready To Learn radio show, host Cynthia Putman welcomed Brent Clark, parade co-host and Content and Digital Media Director at WCTE. They discussed the great traditions surrounding Christmas in the Upper Cumberland and the first ever “Live WCTE Putnam County Christmas Parade” to be broadcast by WCTE both on-air and online.Read More
Join Cynthia Whittaker Putman this week for WCTE’s Get Ready To Learn radio show as she welcomes special guest from United Way of Wilson County and the Upper Cumberland, Campaign Coordinator Mistie Ragland. They discuss opportunities for local donation dollars to support local programs in our area.Read More