KAMU-TV provides viewers with high-quality and educational PBS content that includes nationally known children’s, cooking and travel shows and locally produced programming that helps promote our world-class university. See how you can watch KAMU TV in your area.
A trusted source of journalism, “FRONTLINE” explores and illuminates the critical issues of our time. The news documentaries cover everything from business and health to politics and war.
One of the most popular series on TV, “MASTERPIECE” brings British dramas to America, with classic adaptations, mysteries with eclectic characters and provocative contemporary works.
TV’s most popular science series isn’t stopping. Awe-inspiring documentaries continue to air even after nearly 50 years of episodes. Learn about life around you every Wednesday or stream anytime online.
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All Creatures Great and Small
One of the biggest PBS hits is on KAMU Passport. The series captivates viewers with quirky humor, lovable characters and heartwarming stories. Watch all three seasons now.
40 years ago, Ross Poldark galloped across the TV screens of millions of viewers, vexing villains and winning female hearts in one of “MASTERPIECE’s” earliest hit series, “Poldark.” Now, the gallant hero rides again.
There’s no shortage of murder, mystery, and mayhem in the Cambridgeshire village of Grantchester. Stream every episode of the popular 1950s period drama on KAMU Passport.
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Texas A&M Today
Highlighting the best and brightest of Texas A&M. Meet special people, learn about hidden gems and understand A&M in a new way.
Host Christine Brown interviews authors and reviews publications from the Texas A&M University Press.
Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp introduces viewers to the people who make Texas like no other state in the country.
KAMU’s new afternoon schedule includes a theme for each weekday from 1-5 p.m. Read our new schedule article to learn more. Here are a few programs you can expect to see each week:
Rick Steves’ Europe
TV’s favorite travel guide Rick Steves transports viewers to Europe’s bustling cities, quaint villages and picturesque countrysides, inspiring fun and affordable vacations. Watch Rick every Wednesday at 1:30 p.m.
From the well-known landmarks to the completely obscure dives and hideaways, join host Chet Garner as he takes you on an adventure throughout Texas on Thursdays at 1:30 p.m.
TV’s favorite nature documentary series anchors our Thursday afternoons. Re-airings of the most popular episodes air each week as part of our new schedule.