Exploring Your Backyard
WUCF TV is your PBS station.
Our award-winning producers pride themselves on creating quality shows that are relevant, entertaining & meaningful for our Central Florida audience.
WUCF Artisodes is a weekly series from WUCF TV that highlights arts and culture from Central Florida and across the nation.
From musicians to painters to poets, WUCF Artisodes captures a collection of diverse stories devoted to the creative spirit.
The weekly series features a myriad of performing and visual arts and cultural experiences both locally and nationally, allowing Central Florida’s arts and culture institutions to get their stories out to a national audience.
SciTech Central airs weekly on WUCF Thursday at 8:30 p.m. and explores the hottest gadgets, the innovators creating
the startups of tomorrow and the mysteries of the scientific world happening here in Central Florida and across the country.
ONE Central Florida
ONE Central Florida showcases the best stories from across the area - from the hills of Mt. Dora to the beaches of Brevard County to the charm of Park Avenue.
Central Florida is home to millions of people and thousands of local businesses, organizations and groups. But in the end, we are ONE community…and these are our stories.
WUCF TV's local public affairs show, Metro Center Outlook, serves as forum for leaders in all fields to discuss Florida issues.
Hosted by Diane Trees, this series gives viewers a front-row seat to discussions about the economy, education, politics and more.
Authors, journalists, diplomats and activists bring their view of the world to you on Global Perspectives, WUCF TV's award-winning interview program.
Hosted by Pulitzer Prize-winner and author John Bersia, this weekly show explores topics of worldwide importance and local impact.
In addition to full-length local programming, WUCF TV also produces special series for Central Florida.
Hear from Central Florida community leaders and activists who attended the March on Washington or were active in the Civil Rights Movement. WUCF TV tells their stories to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington.