The Ultimate Intersection of Arts & Culture. An exciting and original weekly magazine show explores the character and creativity of Columbus. Wednesdays at 7:30pm, on WOSU TV.Visit Broad and High Website
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Carl Hoffman tracks a great 20th century mystery, the artwork of the Ohio Supreme Court.
The smelly Voodoo Lily flower hits OSU, Poetry Out Loud, and more!
The life of a BalletMet ballerina, the new Matthias Armbruster collection and more.
An all local edition of Broad & High featuring artist profiles, COSI, a cat and baton.
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Put the new Scioto Greenways project into perspective with the Columbus River Story.
Watch an all new episode of Broad & High featuring board-game bar, Kingmakers.
Hearts United, Parisian art 1880-1910, Barkitecture, Zeb Andrews, and Kasia Billhartz.
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Myles Harlan is a young, classical musician who found his voice in the oboe.
Installation artist Scott Hocking sees Detroit as a city in transition.
The Ohio Supreme Court's artwork deftly blends Native American styles with Art Deco.
Veteran journalist Carl Hoffman believes he’s solved a great mystery of the 20th century.
Texas artist Dixie Friend Gay has done her part to make airports a calmer place.
Eunice Parsons is 97-years-old, but says her life began at 34 when she began making art.
Poetry Out Loud is a national recitation contest for high-school students.
The Biological Sciences Greenhouse at OSU welcomes the smelly Voodoo Lily.
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Come along as we spend a day in the life of a BalletMet ballerina.
Carl Hoffman shares tales of cannibals, primitive art and the powerful Rockefeller family.
Fowl smelling Corpse Flowers are in bloom at Ohio State University
Join us as we share some of our favorite segments from our first season.
On the next Broad & High, a doll-making Columbus artist, COSI celebrates 50, and more!
Changes are coming to the Downtown Columbus Riverfront.
A new board game parlor aims to redefine game night and crime solving with Sherlock Holmes
A heartwarming public arts project comes to Franklinton.