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Jennifer Robinson

Web Producer

Jen is a web producer at KPBS, responsible for program promotion, online membership-related activities, and is the editor of the KPBS community calendar. Jen has worked at KPBS since 2000. She is originally from Las Vegas and attended the UNLV.

Recent Stories by Jennifer Robinson

Lucy Worsley, royal historian and Chief Curator...

Lucy Worsley's Royal Palace Secrets

Sept. 18
By Jennifer Robinson

Join the popular royal historian for an exclusive tour of London’s most extraordinary palaces. From the forbidding Tower of London to glorious Hampton Court to treasure-filled Kensington Palace, Lucy takes viewers behind the velvet ropes into each building’s most secret places.

Christopher Kimball is the founder of Christoph...

CHRISTOPHER KIMBALL'S MILK STREET TELEVISION: On The Road: Portland, Maine

Sept. 18
By Jennifer Robinson

Christopher Kimball takes a road trip up north to the foodie city Portland, Maine. Featured recipes: a salad you'll actually crave and maple-browned butter pie.

Host Danielle Chang travels around China’s Hang...

LUCKY CHOW: Food As Global Locavore

Sept. 18
By Jennifer Robinson

The farm to table movement is not at all uniquely American. We travel around China's Hangzhou region with Dai Jianjun of Dragon's Well Manor and to Sang Lee Farms in New York's North Fork to see how widespread this movement to keep things local really is.

John Akomfrah, artist, filmmaker, writer and a ...

ART IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: London (New Season Premiere)

Sept. 18
By Jennifer Robinson

See how British history and modern upheaval collide in the works of today's London artists. Their art rethinks the past, subverts tradition, and is as layered, diverse and dynamic as the centuries-old city in which these artists live.

L-R CAROLINE (Sarah Lancashire), CELIA (Anne Re...

LAST TANGO IN HALIFAX: Season 4 (New Season Premiere)

Sept. 17
By Jennifer Robinson

After seven years of marriage, Alan and Celia discover that wedded bliss isn’t always blissful. Clashing politics, Alan’s new job and a wild local lad create tension. Caroline gets emotionally embroiled at work. Alan’s brother visits.

Celebrated violinist and chief conductor of the...

GREAT PERFORMANCES: NOW HEAR THIS: Haydn: King Of Strings

Sept. 16
By Jennifer Robinson

Explore the work of famed composer Joseph Haydn’s career with host Scott Yoo and featured guest artists as he discovers how Haydn borrowed folk music from Scotland, Hungary and Austria to create his famous “Emperor Quartet.”

A view of the Zócalo plaza in Mexico City where...

CROSSING SOUTH: Chapultepec, Zócalo And Coyoacán (New!)

Sept. 16
By Jennifer Robinson

Our first stop is Chapultepec Park, a large urban park frequented by locals and tourists. We stroll the halls of a famous castle, explore the rich native and colonial past of the city’s main plaza Zócalo, and visit the Coyoacán neighborhood where some delicious street food awaits.

Boheydulang Island, just off the North East coa...

ISLANDS OF WONDER (New Series Premiere)

Sept. 15
By Jennifer Robinson

Journey to three of the most exotic, mysterious and remote islands on the planet: Madagascar, Borneo and Hawaii. Isolated from the rest of the world, they harbor remarkable wildlife and pioneering human communities found nowhere else on Earth.

Slime mold. Who says you need brains to be smar...

NOVA: Secret Mind Of Slime

Sept. 15
By Jennifer Robinson

Scientists investigate the bizarre "intelligence" of slime molds, which appear to learn and make decisions — without a brain. These cunning, single-celled blobs can navigate mazes and create efficient networks. Can they also redefine cognition?

Claudia and Alex are electricians working in Te...

Building The American Dream

Sept. 14
By Jennifer Robinson

Travel to Texas, where immigrant construction workers are seeking justice and equality in an industry rife with exploitation. Across the state, there’s an unprecedented building boom, fueled by Latino laborers with little or no rights.

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