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David Greene near railroad tracks in Russia

Jeff Bossert interviews NPR’s David Green

discussing his new book, 'Midnight in Siberia: A Train Journey Into the Heart of Russia.'

An adult sloth high in the canopy; Panama.

A Sloth Named Velcro

7 pm Wednesday, Nov. 5, on WILL-TV: Learn about a friendship between a journalist and a sloth, and about people trying to protect the gentle creatures.

Nic's harmonium bench

Urbana’s Nic Dillon: On bringing harmoniums to life

Urbana musician is self-described "mechanic" of the tempermental acoustic instruments.

Cara Finnegan stands by her Little Free Library in Champaign.

Little free libraries spread joy of books in central Illinois

Illinois Public Media's Jim Meadows talks to people who manage the small outdoor boxes.

Shirley Chisholm

Makers: Women in Politics

8 pm Tuesday, Nov. 4, on WILL-TV: Profiles of women in public office who were “firsts” in their fields.

Vic Di Geronimo

Talking classical on NPR’s ‘Here & Now’

Hear what pieces WILL-FM's Vic Di Geronimo selected for a classical version of the program's DJ Sessions. Listen to his interview with Jeremy Hobson.

color chart

Color facts: A weird little lesson, in rainbow order

Where'd the term "red tape" come from? Why are the Simpsons yellow? NPR answers these pressing questions and more.

Fabric designed by Jill Miller

Backyard Industry: Bunch of Hooey

Once Urbana, Ill., batik artist Jill Miller discovered batik, she forgot all about that degree in sociology. Watch our newest video.

Martin Clunes as Doc Martin

Adventures of a socially challenged doctor in Cornwall

Doc Martin: 8 pm Thursdays on WILL-TV