ARTS & DRAMA

Sing That Thing! Finale

The final eight groups perform their own interpretations of an original work by international composer Jim Papoulis. Then, the final four sing a last signature selection with the hope of being named the top group.

Friday at 8pm on WGBH 2

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INNOVATION HUB

Getting (Even More) Personal

There’s a fine line between sharing and oversharing. And here at Innovation Hub, we’re all about sharing, including sharing some interviews that touch on oversharing.

Saturday at 10am and Thursday at 9pm on 89.7 WGBH

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BASIC BLACK

@POTUS: Obama Makes Twitter History

Basic Black takes a look at history in the making as President Obama becomes the latest - and according to the Guinness Book of World Records, the most followed - famous person to join Twitter.

Friday at 7:30pm on WGBH 2

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THE LINCOLN AWARDS

A Concert for Veterans & the Military Family

Enjoy a concert in celebration of the Lincoln Awards, which recognize outstanding achievement and excellence in providing opportunities and support to veterans and military families.

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Classical Music with Laura Carlo
Sinfonia Op. 5 no. 6
Johann Adolf Hasse
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